Excerpted from the Gadsden County Times newspaper, Quincy.
Articles were photographed by Donna Warlick and typed by Mary Hutchins. First names, when
known, have been added by Angela Cassidy.
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. (Leslie and Jessie Wells) Lewis and children and Miss Dot Wells returned Saturday from a camping trip at Sopchoppy.
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. (Lawson Byron and Frances Cumbie) Ellinor, Jr. [he was not a Junior], announce the birth of a son, August 2. This welcomed youngster is a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Ellinor, Sr. (Lawson Benjamin and Roberta), and Mr. and Mrs. Cumbie of Greensboro; also a great grandson of Mrs. Annie (FLOYD) Ellinor, and of Mr. and Mrs. (Jonah Milton) Woodberry of Dogtown.
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Lewis (Leslie and Jessie Wells) entertained at a family dinner Sunday in honor of Mrs. Ruth Shelfer and Miss Dot Wells, who are leaving Wednesday for the mountains of Virginia for a month's stay.
Mrs. Claud Beasley of Jacksonville is the guest of her father, Miles Spooner.
Mesdames [the plural of Mrs.] O. M. Tillis, E. H. Slappey and J. H. Turner were shopping in Tallahassee Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Munroe and children were in Tallahassee for the pictures Saturday evening.
Mesdames [the plural of Mrs.] P. C. Harrell and O. P. Dugger were in Tallahassee last week at the bedside of their sister, Mrs. Harris, who is quite ill.
Rev. Hendry, pastor of the First Methodist church, is conducting a series of meetings in south Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. Emory Maxwell of Calvary were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Pickren sunday.
Mrs. Lonnie Worthey and children are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bert Clyatt in Climax.
Mrs. R. T. (Thelma Harris) McDavid of Tampa has been the central figure at many bright parties the past week. Mrs. E. B. (Lucy) Shelfer of Quincy gave a spend-the-day party for her last Tuesday, and Mrs. Hubert McDavid of Bainbridge gave a luncheon Friday; both were beautiful affairs.
Mrs. E. A. Shelfer's and Miss Caroline's al fresco tea for Mrs. Ruth Shelfer Friday afternoon assembled a congenial group of kinswomen and close friends to say goodbye to the honoree, who is leaving for a lengthly visit in Virginia. Vari-colored garden flowers, ferns, delightful shade from venerable oaks formed an attractive background for the guests. Mrs. Shelfer was handsomely gowned in black crepe, relieved with white and wore a turban in same shade. Delightful fruited iced tea and sandwiches were passed by Misses Maggie Mae Hall, Rache Atkinson, Lillian, Mary and Caroline Shelfer.
Mrs. Jane Nicholson entertained the Woman's Missionary Society of the First Methodist church at its Bible study and social meeting last Wednesday afternoon.
A group of girls and boys gave Miss Caroline Shelfer a surprise party Tuesday evening.
Miss Myrtle Butler has returned to her home in Savannah, after a delightful visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Shelfer.
J. H. Turner, O. M. Tillis and Dr. H. H. Sapp were business visitors in Tallahassee Wednesday.
L. B. (Lawson Benjamin) Ellinor, Sr., was a business visitor in Madison Monday.
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W. W. Wester of Inwood was a business visitor here Wednesday.
Mrs. W. C. Winans and family are spending the week in Panama City.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Taylor of Dogtown spent Saturday here shopping.
J. B. Perkins of Concord was business visitor here Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Maxwell of __ were visitors here Saturday.
Miss Lillian Stow will leave tomorrow for Arcadia for a few weeks' visit with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Miles Womack and son, Keenan, of Havana were the guests of Miss Sallie Gee Saturday.
Miss Rachel Burghard spent several days of last week in Hinson visiting Miss Frances Hinson.
(Mrs?) A. F. Porro returned home (Sunday?) night from a four months' stay in New York with Mr. Porro.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Williams and daughters motored to Bainbridge Friday and spent the afternoon.
Clarence Harris of Tallahassee spent a few days of this week here on business.
Mrs. C. L. Neff and daughter, Miss ___ Neff, of Perry arrived Sunday and are the guests of Mrs. Neff's daughter, Mrs. Jere Pound.
Messrs. James Green, Edgar Bailey, __ ___, John Bome and Ellis Beden-? of Sneads were visitors to Quincy Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. J. A. Cogburn and two sisters of Inwood spent a few hours on Monday, enroute to Panacea Springs for a month's visit.
Miss Nelle Gregory expects to leave here Saturday for Panacea Springs, where she will spend a week with relatives.
__. K. Robertson and daughter, Miss Elizabeth Robertson, of Tallahassee spent Saturday afternoon here visiting friends.
Mrs. R. L. Sweger and son, Jack, and Mrs. J. C. Jessup and daughter, Marjorie, and Miss Farris Davis of Jacksonville left by automobile Monday for North Carolina.
Mrs. Annie Gregory and children and Gwynn Crawford of Tallahassee motored to Quincy Sunday and spent the afternoon with Sheriff and Mrs. G. S. Gregory.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Marlin of Avon Park?, who were married Tuesday at the home of the brides' parents in that city, arrived last night and will spend two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. __. M. Marlin.
Miss Elizabeth Wilson has returned from a visit of several weeks with her parents in Monticello. Miss Margaret Wilson returned with her __ will spend a while here with relatives.
Mrs. G. L. McCall and three children returned home Friday night, after a visit of six weeks to points in ___. The were accompanied __ by Mr. and Mrs. L. T. McCall who will remain for a visit of several weeks.
The Register, a small daily publication issued by the Pennsylvania Hotel, New York city, concludes an article of the conference of the Southern (Farm Bureau?) Life Insurance company, the following paragraph: "Among those who prolonged their stay at Hotel Pennsylvania after the conference were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Thomas, and their daughter, Miss Elizabeth Thomas. Mr. Thomas, who is general agent of Quincy, Florida, __ to witness a number of the __ league baseball games, and Mrs. Thomas and Miss Thomas took advantage of their trip to enjoy the theatres and the shops of the city."
R. E. Rowan of River Junction was a business visitor here Tuesday.
Mrs. C. R. Shaw returned home last week from a visit to White Sulphur Springs, Ga.
Mr.and Mrs. F. S. Chamberlain left today for Panama City for a week-end visit.
Mrs. S. W. Anderson and Miss Flossie Anderson of Greensboro spent Monday here shopping.
Edward Woodbery and Jefferson Davis, Jr., motored to Panama City Friday and spent the week-end.
Mrs. S. W. (Olivia) Anderson and Miss Flossie Anderson of Greensboro spent Monday here shopping.
Edward Woodbery and Jefferson Davis, Jr., motored to Panama City Friday and spent the week-end.
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. cook expect to leave sunday for Pavo, Ga., to spend two weeks with Mrs. Cook's parents.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Parramore and family of Juniper were visitors here Saturday.
I. J. Council left today for a month's visit to northern points to buy fall goods for J. S. Shaw Co.
Ulmont Slappey, Ben Stuart and John Floyd left by automobile Sunday morning for a two weeks tour to points in South Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Inglis of Miami are here on a visit of several days to Mrs. M. A. Love, a sister of Mr. Inglis.
Miss Pearl Gregory left Monday for Atlanta, Ga., where she has accepted a position with Rhodes' Millinery Co.
Mrs. W. F. Skipper and Miss Doris Skipper returned home Tuesday from a week's visit to White Sulphur Springs.
John Floyd, B. T. Stewart and Clarence Pinson left Monday for a trip to points in the southern part of the state.
After spending the past eighteen months in California, Cecil Skipper returned to his home here Sunday on a visit.
Mrs. J. S. Murray left last week for her home in Miami, after a visit here with Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Wilcox and family.
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Love, A. L. Wilson, Jr., and Inglis Love returned hme Friday from a ten days' tour to points in Tennessee and North Carolina.
J. V. Burke of Jacksonville arrived Friday and was the guest of his daughter, Mrs. I. F. Williams, until Sunday, when he returned home. Mrs.Burke, who has been here for the past few weeks, returned with him.
H. G. Clayton, district agricultural agent, stopped over in Quincy for a short time Saturday while returning from a trip to the western part of the state. While here he visited the tobacco experiment station.
Carl Fryer of Blakeley, Ga., arrived Saturday and was the guest of Mrs. Ida Smith until Sunday, when he returned home with his wife and two children, who spent a week with Mrs. Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Willis, after a few days visit here with Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Willis, left Thursday for Jacksonville, where they will spend a few days before returning to Walderborough, S.C.
Hon. John Harris Smithwick, member of congress from the third Forida district, was on a recent visit to Quincy and while there developed an appetite for Gadsden county sugar cured hams and selected several from the smokehouse of Walter Maxwell at Gretna to ship to Washingrton.
Among those who attended "The Covered Wagon" at the Callahan theatre in Bainbridge Monday night were Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Conboy, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Woodward, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Smith, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Scarborough, Mr. and Mrs. Linton Munroe, Misses May Carrol and Sada Bostick and Messrs. John Lester, Jefferson Davis, Jr., Wallace Wright and Edmond Corry.
Robert Munroe of Tallahassee spent Sunday here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Munroe.
A. S. Munroe, Abner Averitt and Ben Woodbery spent Monday on the Ocklocknee river on a fishing trip.
Misses Alice and Lelia Cantey of Madison arrived Monday and are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Cantey.
Miss Gladys Gregory returned home Friday from a visit of a few days in Tallahassee with Miss Alvin Gregory.
Miss Elma Wilcox has as her guest for a few days Miss Erchley Hendrix of Marianna.
Miss Ellen Bailey of Gretna is spending this week here with Miss Mae Edna Bell.
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Hinsey and two children left in their car last week for a visit to Tampa.
Mrs. S. W. Carman left Sunday for Monteagle, Tenn., where she will spend two month as the guest of her sister, Miss Jennie Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. G. L. McCall and family and Mr. and Mrs. L. T. McCall attended the "Covered Wagon" in Bainbridge Tuesday night.
Miss Hazel Ellis returned home last week, after a six weeks' visit with Miss Frances Marchburn in Columbus, Ga.
J. M. Marlin returned home Friday from a three weeks' business trip to New York, where he bought fall goods for R. E. Cantey Co.
Mrs. F. C. Millirons and daughter, Miss Susie Mae Millirons, returned home Friday, after a visit to relatives in Colquitt, Ga.
Claude Arrington, who operates one of the largest mercantile houses in Havana, was in town Monday on business.
M. Morgan of Chattahoochee and W. L. Shepard and T. P. Linton of River Junction were in Quincy Monday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Marsh left Sunday for a visit to Ft. Pierce and other points in the southern part of the state.
Elton Maxwell left Monday for Atlanta, where he has accepted a position. He will attend Georgia Tech college this fall.
Mrs. J. J. Love and little daughter, Mary Shaw, will leave Saturday for a six weeks' visit with Mrs. Love's parents in Hendersonville, N. C.
Miss Mae Gregory left Monday for Panacea Springs, where she will spend two weeks with Mrs. J. A. Cogburn of Inwood.
W. F. Gossett and Miss Mae Woodbery left in the former's car Monday for a week's visit with relatives in Andersonville, S.C.
Miss May Carrol, who has been spending this week with Mrs. J. D. Archer, expects to leave Saturday for her home in Monticello.
Mrs. L. W. Harley and son, Bill, returned home Friday night from a visit of several weeks with relatives in Miami.
Mrs. J. W. Welles and daughter, Miss Frances, have returned to their home in O'Brien, after a visit of several weeks with Mrs. E. E. Bass.
Mrs. W. F. Skipper and daughter, Miss Dorris Skipper, returned to their home in Quincy Friday, following a stay at White Sulphur Springs, near Lake City.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Smith and son, Leroy, left Saturday for Jacksonville. Mr. Smith returned home Sunday night, but Mrs. Smith and son remained for a visit with relatives.
J. W. Burghard, who has been working in Atlanta for the past year, arrived Tuesday and will spend two weeks here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. F. (Martin Fredrick and Margie Hilton) Burghard.
Mrs. I. J. Council and daughter, Catherine, left today for a visit with friends in Waycross, Ga. From there they will go to Wakulla Beach, where they will visit Mrs. Council’s mother. They will be away for a month.
Mr. and Mrs. George Dutton of Savannah, Ga., arrived in their car Tuesday for a visit with the latter’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Quarterman. Miss Louise Quarterman, who has been their guest for the past two weeks, returned home with them.
Miss Arminta Culpepper, who has been the guest of Miss Claire Marlin for the past month, left Sunday for her home in Camilla, Ga. She was accompanied by Miss May Smith and Herschel Munroe, who spent the day as her guests.
Elwood Williams and sister, Vera, former resident of this county but who now live in Jacksonville, stopped in Quincy for a short time Monday to call on friends while on their way to Alabama in their car to visit relatives.
Attorney General and Mrs. Rivers H. (and Mary) Buford were in Quincy yesterday on a visit to Mrs. Buford’s mother, Mrs. M. H. Munroe. Mr. and Mrs. Buford are both well known here, where they formerly resided, and they are always accorded a hearty welcome in Quincy.
Mrs. Walter A. McKeown left Monday for Atlanta, Ga., where she goes to buy fall millinery for J. S. Shaw Co. From there she will go to northern points and will be away a month. She was accompanied by Mrs. Nellie Black, who will visit friends in that city for a few weeks before going to Jacksonville for a visit with her sister.
Mrs. G. S. Gregory and Miss Mae Gregory and Harbert Gregory motored to Tallahassee Friday and spent a few hours. They were accompanied home by Miss Nelle Gregory, who attended the summer session of the Woman’s College. Miss Gregory will spend a few weeks here with her parents before returning to Tallahassee for the winter session.
|Lonnie I. Bush Passed to Reward Saturday Night---|
Burial at Providence
After an illness of about a year, during the last two months of which he was confined to his home on King street, Lonnie I. Bush succumbed to carcinoma at 12 o’clock Saturday night. He was 36 years old.
While the end was not unexpected the death of this young business man caused widespread grief among his many friends throughout the county where he was known so well.
Funeral services were held from the First Baptist church at 4 o’clock Sunday afternoon conducted by Rev. R. T. Russell, pastor, assisted by Rev. D. J. Blackwell, of the Presbyterian church. The choir sang the two familiar hymns, Abide With Me and Face to Face. A large number of sorrowing friends gathered at the church to pay their last respects to the departed.
Following services the body was taken to Providence, where it was laid to rest in the cemetery, a number from Quincy accompanying the remains to the grave, although the weather was inclement. Many beautiful floral tributes were in evidence.
Mr. Bush was born in Providence in this county, and had spent his entire life in the county of his birth. For the past nine years he was connected with the Quincy Furniture Co. in the capacity of salesman; he was a stockholder in the company. Always pleasing in his manner and speech he made friends readily and enjoyed a wide and well deserved popularity among his compeers.
The deceased is survived by a widow, one brother and three sisters. Wm. H. Bush of Quincy is the surviving brother and his sisters are Mrs. J. F. Hemanus, Quincy; Mrs. W. E. Clark, Lake Wales, and Mrs. Cliffie Shepard, Providence.
Lonnie Bush was a good and likable man, with always a smile and friendly word for all. He will be affectionately remembered by relatives and kindly remembered by everybody who knew him for his true worth. He so lived that when his summons came he was unafraid and passed peacefully from this earthly labors to the reward that awaits the righteous.
|Leslie M. Herring Was Married At St. Augustine
One of the most unique weddings which has ever taken place in St. Augustine was an event of Saturday afternoon, when Miss Lola Jewell Robertson, of Ownensboro, Ky., and Lester M. Herring of Tampa were married in the Oldest House.
The bride had arrived in Jacksonville, from her home on Saturday morning, where she was met by the bridegroom and her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. G. N. Robertson and little Bonnie Jean Robertson, from Sarasota, Fla.
They motored over to St. Augustine and intended to be married here after a sight-seeing visit to the city. While in the oldest house, they decided that no more romantic setting could be found so Rev. George Gary Lee was sent for, to perform the ceremony about 2:30 p.m. Mrs. Gary-Lee brought a bouquet of flowers from her garden, which is on the corner of St. George and St. Francis streets, said to be the oldest street corner in the United States.
The bride, a pretty girl of brunette type, looked very attractive in a dark blue canton crepe beaded gown, with hat and accessories of gray.
The party left Sunday, on their return trip to Tampa where the young couple will make their home at 209 South Delaware Ave.
The witnesses to the ceremony were Mr. and Mrs. Robertson, Mrs. Gary Lee, Mrs. J. S. Clifton and Miss Ruth Day. –St. Augustine Record.
Mr. Herring is a brother of Mrs. G. O. Cox of his city and was an employee of the city light plant for several months. His many friends here will learn with interest of his marriage.
|Card of Thanks
To each individual and to the Fidelis and Baraca classes of the Baptist church we extend our heartfelt thanks for the many deeds of kindness shown and for the many beautiful flowers during the sickness and death of our darling husband and brother. May god’s choicest blessings rest on each one. –Mrs. Mamie L. Bush, W. H. Bush and sisters.
|Death of a Little Girl
Tallahassee, July 21—On the night of July 26 at midnight Annie Lee Presnell, the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Presnell, formerly of Gadsden county, died at the home of her parents.
Mrs. Johnson and baby girl of Concord visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sharod (and Lottie Johnson) Rudd a few days recently.
C. H. Richards and sons, Hentz and Van Richards, were in Chattahoochee last week; it has been reported from there they are to go on to Georgia for a short visit with relatives.
The many friends here of E. L. Chester of Greensboro were surprised to hear of his marriage last week. Mr. Chester in past years owned a home here, later moving where he resides now.
Providence school opened Monday morning; one trustee, a number of visitors and fifty-eight children were present for the opening of the first day of school.
Miss Thelma Blount and her class of Sunday school girls enjoyed the afternoon Saturday on the church ground. This class os girls is known as the "Glad Girls."
Sorrowing relatives and friends were gathered in the cemetery here Sunday afternoon when the remains of Lonnie Bush of Quincy was laid away by loved ones.
Ab Cannon from Lake Mystic, Liberty county, was here a few days recently dining and shaking hands with friends.
John Rowan left last week for the southern part of the state.
Mrs. M. C. Taylor left Tuesday for visits in south Florida.
__n Sullivan of Cottondale spent the week-end with his mother, Mrs. ___ie Sullivan.
John Maxwell had as his week-end guests John Brown of Camilla, Ga., Frank Christophine of Attapulgus, Ga., and Victor Sparrow of Tampa.
Miss Lillian Glenn returned home Friday, after attending summer school in Tallahassee.
Bascom Mahaffey spent the week-end in Aucilla, Ga., visiting friends.
Kenneth Maxwell returned home Saturday, after a month's training at Camp McClellan, Ala.
Misses Mary Averitt of Madison and Elizabeth Thompson spent a few days of last week visiting relatives in River Junction.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hough of Jacksonville visited relatives last week.
Miss Evelyn Chester is spending this week with relatives in Chattahoochee.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Young and children of Cottondale spent Sunday with Mrs. Minnie Sullivan.
Elton Maxwell left Monday for Atlanta, where he will remain for several months.
C. B. Green of Madison is spending this week with home folks.
Irving Herrin entertained with a swimming party at Hough's pool Wednesday night of last week. After swimming was enjoyed, delicious sandwiches and drinks were served.
Mr. and Mrs. Neil Johnson of Bonifay spent the week-end with home folks.
Circle No. 2 of the Presbyterian church met with Miss Sara Griffin Wednesday; after the business hour sandwiches and tea were served.
Miss Edwara Fletcher of Greensboro spent last week with Miss Mabel Edwards.
Mesdames (the plural of Mrs.) Charlie Averitt and W. T. Hollingsworth returned to their home in Madison, after a week's visit with their father, B. F. McPherson.
Misses Maggie and Addie Mae Mahaffey expect to leave Saturday for Jacksonville, where they will visit for a week.
Mrs. W. S. Weaver returned home Tuesday from Gainesville, where she has been engaged in hospital work for a month.
A protracted meeting will begin at the Baptist church the third Sunday, conducted by Rev. Frank Grant. The public is cordially invited to attend.
Rev. Frank Grant of Jacksonville was visiting friends here Monday.
Mrs. J. C. Haire and children, Lillian and Melvin, of Wellborn are visiting Mrs. H. L. Shepard this week.
Mrs. J. T. Evans, Jr., and Miss Irma Bevis spent the week-end in Quincy as the guests of their brother, J. R. Bevis.
Mrs. Robert Beferly of Jacksonville is visiting friends and relatives here this week.
Elwood Williams of Sanford is visiting friends here this week.
Mrs. J. M. Richards and children, accompanied by Mrs. H. L. Shepard and Miss Mae Shapard, spent a few days last week in Cairo, Ga.
Clarence Evans returned home Sunday afternoon from Camp McClellan.
Miss Abbie Logan of Sneads if spending a few days with Mrs. D. A. Avant.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Evans and Miss Kittie Shepard motored to River Junction to church Thursday evening.
Mrs. G. H. Shepard and children and Miss Mae Shepard are spending this week in Tallahassee.
Mr. and Mrs. Bryson Smith of Tallahassee spent the week-end as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Pittman.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Haire, Mrs. Joe Morgan and Hinson Wacaser of River Junction were Sunday afternoon visitors in Mt. Pleasant.
Miss Marjorie Hendry is spending a few days in Havana.
George H. Shepard spent the week-end here with his family.
Miss Carlene Green returned last week, after a delightful visit with relatives at Lockhard, Ala.
Tobacco curing in this section has been at its height and is being hauled to packing houses in Quincy each day. All the available warehouses in town have geen used in curing the bright leaf, which has had a good tryout in this section. In most cases a good yield was obtained.
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Byron (and Frances Cumbie) Ellinor of Havana are rejoicing with them over the arrival of a son in their home recently.
On August 16 the Woman's Club here will have a chicken supper and want to ask the patronage of every-one in the town and surrounding community. There will be other good things besides chicken and since the proceeds will be used to help the school, let's all bear it in mind and be there.
A number of friends attended the funeral of Mr. Lonnie Bush Sunday at Providence. Mr. Bush was reared near here and it was with deep regret that friends and relatives learned of his death.
Rev. Thos. Williams began a revival meeting at Old Sycamore church Sunday night. The Methodist minister from Havana is assisting him.
Misses Sallie Williams and Lynda Cumbie are at home again, after attending summer school at Tallahassee.
Miss Annie Dezell left Friday night for Clearwater, where she has accepted a position with a wholesale grocery concern. Although she will be missed here, all her friends extend best wishes to her in her new endeavor.
E. L. Chester was married last week to Mrs. Mary Jane Eubanks at Blountstown, taking most everyone by surprise. His sister, Mrs. L. F. Williams, has now returned to her former home at Sarasota.
Mrs. Katie Lou Brrewer came down from Macon Monday on a business trip, spent a few days here and went to River Junction.
The services held at the Baptist church last week and this have held the interest of the entire community. The building has been inadequate aat the evening services and numbers were turned away for lack of seating room. Dr. Russell has won the admiration of everyone here, and there has been great good accomplished. Rev. Gunter preached in Quincy Sunday morning and evening in his stead. Numbers from Quincy and elsewhere have been attending the meeting.
C. B. Vanlandingham of Jacksonville was a business visitor here Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Baston, daughter, Miss Louise, and C. H. Crawford and family enjoyed a trip to Thomson, Washington and other points in Georgia last week. It is learned with regret that Mr. Crawford and his family contemplate moving back to Thomson at an early date.
Members of the Woman's Missionary Society of the Methodist church enjoyed a meeting Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Milton Clark near Juniper.
The B. Y. P. U. Federation held an interesting meeting here Friday night after preaching services were over. Rev. W. W. Willian, of Jacksonville, was the main speaker of the evening and everyone present enjoyed the occasion. After the meeting the Greensboro B. Y. P. U. served delicious cream and cake.
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