FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2«, 1924.
SOCIAL Mi? PERSONAL
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the McDuffie progress, Thomson, Ga.
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Mr. P. P. Maddox,was called to
Augusta Monday on account of the
illness of his mother, who has been
in bad health for the past two years.
She is eighty-four years of age, and
some anxiety is felt as to her recov
Mr. Clinton Bussey has been suf
fering the past week with flu. His
many friends hope that he will soon
be out again.
Miss Agnes Reynolds leaves Fri
day for Washington, D. C. After
visiting the interesting places in and
around Washington, she will begin
!her work as principal of Virginia
Highlands school, Rosslyn, Virginia.
Enroute to Washington she will spend
la few days in Augusta.
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| Miss Louise Laseter is teaching
school at Bonneau, S. C.
Mr. Olin Hughes returned to Geor
gia University at Athens Tuesday to
resume his studies. He has just re
turned from a trip through Kentucky,
where he spent his vacation selling
1 Mr. and Mrs. I. R. Faulkner, of
Augusta, were guests this week at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. M.
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Mrs. Ruth Hawes and Mrs. T. B.
Story moved this week to Boneville
where they will open up the Dixie
Inn and Tea Room. Mrs. Queen Ra
bun and family will occupy the bun
galow vacated by Mrs. Hawes.
Mrs. A. L. McLean returned home
Tuesday from Atlanta, where she
spent several days.
Mrs. Ida Summers, of Conyers, is
visiting her daughter, Mrs. Gordon
Mr. Zere Story left last week for
Georgia University to resume hi3
Mrs. B. F. Johnson and Miss Effie
Johnson will return home Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Tankersley, of
Tignall, were guests at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. W. Fanning Sunday.
Mr. James Fanning arrived Sat
urday from Geneva, Ala., to spend
a few days with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Welcome Fanning, before leav
ing for Georgia University to resume
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Mr. Wyman Lowe left 'Sunday for
Mercer University at Macon to re
sume his studies.
1 Friends of Mrs. Bert Stovall are
!glad to learn that she is much better
j after being ill this week.
Mrs. Madison Tucker and little son,
Madison Perry, of Edgefield, S. C.,
are visiting Mrs. W. J. Perry. Mr.
Tucker spent Sunday in Thomson.
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Miss Merle Palmer and Miss Ruth
Norris spent Wednesday in Augusta.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilson and
Basel and Billy Wilson, of Augusta,
were guests of , Mrs. Boj# Rivers
during the week-end.
Miss Hazel Bartlett, of Washing
ton, D. C., is visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bartlett.
Miss Lilia Montgomery and Miss
Gladys Cliatt, who are teaching in
Richmond county, spent the week-end
Mrs. Lilia Hamilton, Miss Gladys
Hamilton and Mr. Lynch Ward mot
ored to Augusta Sunday.
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Mrs. A. W. Smith is visiting her
mother, Mrs. W. M. White, in Grant-
Miss Lyle Porter, a teacher at
Meriwether, S. C., spent the week
end at home.
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Miss Edith Ware, who is teaching
school at Tennille, will spend the
week-end at home.
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Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Cliatt have re
turned home after spending several
months at Zirconia, N. C.
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Mr. T. B. Hamilton, .Jr., of Miami,
Fla., spent a few days with his
mother, Mrs. Lilia Hamilton.
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Mrs. E. M. MileB, Alice Miles and
Miss Georgia Lee visited Mrs. D. F.
Bruce in Sylvania this week.
Mi’. Billie Booker, of Augusta,
visited friends in Thomson Tues
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Mr. Roy Morris, of Augifsta, spent
Sunday with his mother, Mrs. S. F.
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Mrs. Estelle Martin is in Augusta
at the University Hospital with her
daughter, Mrs. Emmie Burnley, who
continuer, very ill with pneumonia
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Mrs. Mary Martin spent a few
days in Augusta last week.
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Miss Dora Delle Downing was the
guest of friends in Winfield during
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Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Eppes, of Au
gusta, were guests of Mrs. Lilia
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Miss Bessie Usry spent Wednesday
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Mrs. Linton Howard, of LaGrange,
is visiting her parents, Dr. and Mrs.
G. T. Neal.
Mrs. Ophelia Neal, of Umatilla,
Fla., who will spend some time in
Thomson, has rooms at the home of
Mrs. Eula Young.
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Mrs. K. L. Turner had as her
guest this week, Mrs. Robert Sprat-
lin, of Wilkes county.
Mrs. Tanner, of Sandersville, spent
the week-end with her daughter, Mr;-;.
M. W. Moseley.
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Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Crowley and
family visited relatives in Crawford
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Mr. Myer Steine spent Wednesday
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Mrs. Edgar Morris returned to her
home in Atlanta Friday after being
with her mother, Mrs. G. T. Neal,
for several days.
Mrs. Cora Harrison and Mrs. E.
Y. Lowe were guests of Mrs. C. N.
Churchill in Augusta last week.
Mr. W. W. Downing had as his
guest Sunday, Mr. Fred Downing, of
Miss Ruby Willingham and Mrs.
Henry Hogan spent Wednesday in
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Mr. Ralph Smith has returned from
Hickory, N. C., and is spending sev
eral days at home before going to
Mrs. Kate Houston had as her
guests Monday, Mr. and Mrs, H; C.
Daniel, of Waynesboro.
U. D. C. MEETING.
The United Daughters of the Con
federacy held the first meeting of the
year at the home of Mrs. A. L. Mc
Lean on Tuesday afternoon, Septem-:
her 16th. The President, Mrs. C. P.
Watson, presiding with' her usual
grace and sound judgment. She
comes to us in the beginning of- this
year full of interest in the work and
full of enthusiasm over the outlook
for even a better year than the one
just passed which we considered so
very successful. We had a very help
ful and instructive business session
Plans were discussed and adopted to
double the membership this year, be
sides many other things of great im
Then followed an interesting his
torical program presented by our
Historian, Miss Clara Stovall, and
her assistant, Mrs. G. E. Hamilton.
At the conclusion of the program a
delicious salad course with iced tea
was served by Mrs. A. L. McLean,
Mrs. E. H. McCord, Mrs. Ernest
Reese, Mrs. W. E. Hobbs and Mrs.
W. C. McCommons.
Notwithstanding the very inclem
ent weather, we had a good attend
ance and a spirit of harmony and
cooperation prevailed. We were glad
to have with us Mrs. J. T. Robins,
Mrs. Alice Palitto, of Florida, and
Mrs. Thomas Brinkley, of Atlanta.
Miss Annie Lee Walker entertained
at a pretty children’s. party on
Thursday afternoon at her home in
celebration of the fifth birthday of
her little niece, Doris Beckum.
Delicious punch was served the
‘little guests upon their arrival. The
table held as its central decoration a
large white birthday cake embossed
with candy marbles and five pink
candles. The refreshments of cream
and cake were in pink and white.
Many games were enjoyed. Miss
Louisa Black, Mrs. W. F. Beckum and
, Mrs. Dora Walker assisted in enter
I Those present were Paul and Sarah
j Montgomery, Frances and Sarah
Smith, Mary Ruth Lockett, Pace and
! Claudia McCorkle, Gladys Wiley,
I lorothy Blanchard, Francis Anchors,
1 Arthur Woodruff, Jr., Milton Brown,
Jeorge Downing, Alice Miles, Forest
Beckum, Jr., and Hazel Beckum.
When You Thiltk of
SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS MEET
The Golden Rule Class, of the
Methodist Sunday school, will meet
at the home of Mrs. Oliver Baston
this afternoon at 4 o’clock, Mrs. Bas-
| ton, Mrs. Mollie Bennett, and Mrs.
; B. C. Perry being the hostesses.
After the devotional, which' will
be led by Mrs. Claude Birchmore,
delightful features have been pre
pared for the social hour.
Musical selections will be rendered
by Miss Helen Perry and Mrs. G. E.
Hamilton will give a reading from
James Whitcomb Riley.
Mrs. M. H. Crawford, of New Jer
sey, is visiting her son, Mr. Clyde
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Mrs. Oliver Baston, Mrs. Lucy
Morris, Miss Helen Perry, Miss Eu
genia Perry and Mr. Howard Perry
spent Sunday in Milledgeville at the
home of Mrs. Julian Baston.
Mrs. Firman Penuel will return to
her home in Milledgeville Saturday
after visiting her mother, Mrs. W.
Mrs. Boyd Rivers complimented her
little daughter, Mary Ware, with a
pretty party Saturday afternoon in
honor of her third birthday.
The little guests were entertained
in the dining room which was beauti
fully decorated in a color scheme of
yellow. Vases of marigold were ar
ranged about the room and the dining
table, centered by the lovely birth
day cake on which was mounted three
yellow candles, was draped in yellow
bows and streamers suspended from
the chandelier. Dainty yellow fav
ors, filled with candy, marked the
places for the guests. The little
hostess received her guests from a
chair covered in yellow and tied with
large fluffy bows.
Mrs. Rivers -was assisted in serving
and entertaining by Miss Martha
The guest list included a few of
PHILATHEA CLASS MEETING.
An interesting meeting of the Bap
tist Philathea class v<ill be held at
the home of Mrs. A. G. Porter this
(Friday) afternoon when the monthly
business session will be followed by
a unique social affair. A Sunshine
programe planned for the occasion
will be carried out. Yellow flowers
will be used and other details will
carry out the sunshine effect. The
entertaining committee are Mrs. A.
G. Porter, Mrs. Grover Hunt, Mrs.
M. W. Moseley, Mrs. Chance and Mrs.
MARRIED AT PASTORIUM.
Mr. John Dixon, of Alabama, and
Miss Louise Lonergan, of near Ap
pling, were married at the Baptist
pnstorium by Iiev. C. C. Kiser Mon
day morning at li o’clock.
They left immediately after the
ceremony for Montgomery, Ala.,
where they will reside.
At The Economy Store For One
Week Only, Beginning Friday,
Yard Wide Silk Stripe
Madras, per yard
Men’s Heavy Dark
Overalls, $1.75 value
Lad Lassie Cloth, new
est patterns, per yard....
Men’s $1 Work Shirts, 2 »y|*
pockets, double stitch.... / DC
20c Long Cloth, 10 yardrfj*| QC
Hanes Underwear, pyj*
$1.00 garment for I DC
81 in. wide Unbleached
Sheeting, worth 50c yd.
Big boy’s heavy ribbed
50c Stockings, per pair ZiDv
Cretonnes and Curtain
Scrim, per yard
Big ball Thread, 1 A A
3 for IUC
Feather Ticking, com
pare this price, per yd....
Yd. wide best Sea Island 1 fj fl
Sheeting, 20c grade, yd. I y U
J. & P. Coats Spool
Thread, per spool
Calicoes, all colors...
Men’s best Moleskin
Pants, worth $3.50, at.. I D
On last Thursday afternoon Mrs.
W. Clarence Agee entertained a few
of the young people with a farewell
party in honor of her niece, Miss
Inez Bentley, of Savannah. Quite a
number of interesting games were
played after which partners were
drawn and ushered into the dining
room where a delicious ice course
was served. About twenty guests
were present. Mrs. Agee was assist
ed in entertaining by Miss Roberta
Newsome and Miss Roberts.
Call for tickets at
BAPTIST MISSIONARY SOCIETY.
About fifty members of the Bap
tist Woman’s Missionaiy Society were
present at the monthly mass meeting
which was held at the church Mon
Important business transacted dur
ing the meeting was the election of
new 'dfiicers and circle leaders which
are as follows: Mrs. Clyde Hunt,
president; Miss Cora O’Neal, vice-
president ; Miss Mattie Belle Burnley,
secretary; Mrs. Eva Hardaway, treas
urer; Mrs. Rosa Reese, personal ser
vice chairman. The circle leaders
are Mrs. A. G. Porter, Mrs. Ed Mc
Corkle, Mrs. C. L. Christain and Mrs.
AT BAPTIST CHURCH SUNDAY.
At the Baptist church Sunday
morning Rev. C. C. Kiser has selected
as his subject, “The World versus
Christ,” arid in the evening he will
preach on “Happiness, the Christ
Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Quillian, of
Augusta, were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. A. H. Curtis Thursday.
Mrs. Davis Clary and son, Hud
son Clary, of Culverton, are the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Horace T.
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Mrs. Hoi’ace T. Clary and Mr3. H.
D. Clary, of Culverton, spent Friday
in Harlem with Mrs. J. T. Barnsley.
Col. Sam W. Wilkes, of the Geor
gia Railroad, was a pleasant caller
at The Progress office Wednesday
Trade at Hadaway’s.
Our Stock Of
A Comparison of these prices will convince you that the
values at the
can’t be beat.
Is new larger and more com
plete than it has been for the
past ten years. New goods arriv
ing each week.
Call and inspect our stock and
be sure to get our prices before
We are specializing on Rugs
this week—Brussels Tapestries,
Katonah and Palisade Velvet in
9x12 also smaller Rugs. Prices
cheaper than for a long time.
Another car that fam
ous Seven Sisters S. R.
Flour—24 lb. sack $1.20;
48 lb. sack $2.35.
24 lb. Majestic Flour,
24 lbs. Idahome Flour,
Omega and Dainty
Home ground meal.
Armour’s Simon Pure
Lard, medium bucket,
95c; large, $1.85; goes
farther; it’s better.
Spices of all kinds.
Butter Milk Maid
Claussen’s Pou n d
A good Parched Cof
Peaberry Coffee, 40c.
Royal Scarlet Coffee,
Johnson has what you
Duke’s Relish, 15c
F resh Dromedary
Nice can Peaches at
New York June
Grimes Golden Ap
ples, 20c to 30c dozen.
Feed those hens now
for fall eggs. Purina
makes more eggs—50 lb
sack $2.00; 100 lb sack
50 lbs. Hen Chow at
$1.85; 100 lbs. $3.60.
| Cow Chow, 100 lb. sk.
Pig Chow, 100 lbs. at
Hulls, Meal, Fine
When in doubt phone
Johnson’s No. 2 Phone
196, Mr. Hoyt Gunby in
BOYD FURNITURE CO.
THE HOME TAILOR
Try the reliable tailor
for your winter suuit.
fit and woolens guaran
teed. Prices reason
able. Call at your con
venience and look over
my line. ’
1022 Broad St., Augusta
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