Excerpted from the Gadsden County Times newspaper, Quincy.
Articles were photographed by Donna Warlick and typed by Eunice Herring. Photos
edited by Angela Cassidy.
After a week's visit with relatives and friends here, Mrs. I. Edenfield and baby returned to Marianna Sunday afternoon.
Dinner guests at the home of J. E. Dean Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Richards.
Elborn Richards happened to a misfourtune Wednesday night at the school house where a number of young folks had gathered to enjoy a social evening. Arthur Bowen was driving a Ford car and when Elborn started to step onto the car his foot slipped. He broke one rib and cracked another. We hope it will not prove anything serious.
Mrs. Ralph Green of River Junction spent a few days at the home of Rev. and Mrs. S. F. Blount the past week, returning home Sunday.
Mrs. William Dickey and children, after having spent a month here and at Quincy with relatives and friends, left Sunday night for Charleston, South Carolina.
Misses Cora, Lillie, Lorene and Clara Anderson spent the night with Misses Susie, May and Mary Anne Dean Friday.
Mrs. C. H. Richards and Miss Nora Richards were in Quincy Saturday attending to business.
The picnic over at Shepard's old mill pond Thursday afternoon was well represented from here.
Miss Majorie Bowen returned home recently from Tallahassee, where she had been attending college the past term.
Prof. Beall arrived Saturday, was at the sing Saturday evening and announced the singing school to open each morning at 9 o'clock. Prof Beall has visited here a number of times and we are glad that he has the opportunity of leading and conduction a school in the community.
Miss Sadie Williams and Tom Williams of Greensboro and a number of other visitors from other places were attending the sing Saturday evening. Glad to have visitors at the services any and all times.
Miss Abbie Logan of Sneads arrived Thursday staying until Sunday with her friends, Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Avant.
Mrs. H. L. Shepard, Misses Irma Bevis and Mae Shepard, Mrs. George H. Shepard and children, Malcolm and Marian, motored to River Junction Thursday afternoon to the bedside of Mrs. J. C. Haire, who is quite ill. Mrs. H. L. Shepard remained with them until Friday.
Mrs. J. M. Richards, Mrs. J. T. Evans, Mrs. George H. Shepard and baby, Marian, and Miss Mabel Sarett were shopping in Quincy Friday afternoon.
Mrs. W. E. Atwater and Mr. and Mrs. Elton Atwater and family of Old Mt. Pleasant were the guests of Rev. and Mrs. G. P. Hendry and family Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Ford Hamrick and baby of Marianna were the guests of Mrs. L. K. Holman Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Newberry of Mobile, Ala., is visiting her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bowman, and family.
C. F. Bevis went to Bonifay Saturday night to spend a few days with his daughter, Mrs. J. T. Evans, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Booth and family of Quincy spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Booth.
Misses Geneva Glenn and Kittie Shepard and Paul Fenoy of Quincy were visiting Mrs. H. L. Shepard Sunday afternoon.
Misses Gardner and Olga Shepard of Quincy were visiting in Mt. Pleasant Sunday afternoon.
Gordon Roach of Quincy was visiting in Mt. Pleasant Monday afternoon.
J. E. Haire and mother, Mrs. Ella Haire, of Quincy were visiting here Friday afternoon.
Miss Mildred McCall of Quincy spent several days of last week here as the guest of her cousin, Miss Irma Bevis.
|Freeman-Harris Marriage at Midway Thursday Night
Midway, June 2--Thursday evening at 9 o'clock at the home of the bride's father, J. M. Harris, near Midway, his daughter, Miss Ruth May Harris, was united in marriage with George W. Freeman, who lives seven miles south of Quincy. The ceremony was performed by Rev. D. J. Blackwell, pastor of the Presbyterian church of Quincy. The bride was led to the altar to the strains of music furnished by her sister. Jack Freeman, brother of the bridegroom, officiated as best man, while Miss Maxwell, of Midway, was bride's maid.
The ceremony was witnessed by a large circle of relatives and neighbors.
The couple are members of two of Gadsden county's most prominent families and a long list of friends wish for them every happiness during their married life.
|Local and Personal|
Mrs. J. D. Archer, Editor
__onso Grant of Tallahassee spent Monday in Quincy on business.
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Mrs. S. D. Wood spent Monday and Tuesday in Tallahassee.
_ P. Speight of Fowlstown spent Monday in Quincy on business.
Elizabeth Strange spent the week-end with her aunt, Mrs. Strange at ___.
Mrs. Lawrence Harley and son were the guests of friends in Tallahassee for the week-end.
Mrs. C. R. Shaw returned home Sunday from a two weeks' visit with her mother in Atlanta, Ga.
Miss Vera Gilbert was the guest this week of her aunt, Mrs. G. H. Boring.
Mrs. Frank Massey and Mrs. C. B. __ of Dade City are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. P. May, Jr.
F. P. May, Sr., returned home on Sunday, after a three months' visit to South Florida.
__. W. White was the guest of relatives in Bainbridge for a few hours Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Annie Shaw will entertain this afternoon with a sewing party in nonor of Miss Martha May Black___.
Miss Janie Scott, from the State Normal School at Athens, Ga., will be with her mother, Mrs. W. D. Scott during vacation.
Miss Nelle Gregory expects to leave Tuesday for Tallahassee, where she will attend the summer session of the Woman's College.
Mrs. R. G. Bishop and little son, from Camilla, Ga., are here this week for a visit to Mr. Bishop's parents and relatives.
Leonard Woodward returned home today from McCauley Institute to spent the summer with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Woodward.
__. P. Williams, who has been on a business trip to Moore Haven for the past few weeks, returned home Monday night.
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Marquardt and daughter, Nellie, have returned to their home in Atlanta, after a visit of some time with Mrs. A. S. Munroe.
Misses Fanny and Nina Holloway and Ansel Holloway of __, Ga., spent several days last week as the guests of their sister, Mrs. Ernest Cook.
B. F. Barnes of Chattahoochee was called to Quincy Monday to consult with Dr. J. C. Davis in the case of Mrs. Katherine Fletcher, who was injured in an automobile accident.
Doris Edwards returned home last week from Tallahassee, where she was a student of the Woman's College for the past year, and will spend the summer vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Drew Edwards.
__. S. Chamberlain motored to Thomasville Monday and spent the day on business. He was accompanied as far as Tallahassee by Mrs. Chamberlain and Mrs. W. H. Baur, who remained there for the day shopping.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Burns returned to their home in Panama City after a visit here with friends. Rev. __. came over to preach the baccalaureate sermon Sunday night. He was accompanied home by little Miss Marjorie Jessup, who will be their guest until Sunday.
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Elton Dezell left Tuesday for points in south Florida.
Mrs. Pierce Wood of Vilas was the guest of her sister, Mrs. L. L. Willis, Monday.
Buford Williams left Monday for Miami for a several weeks' visit with relatives.
Robert Munroe of Tallahassee spent Sunday here as the guest of his mother, Mrs. A. S. Munroe.
Misses Addie and Kate Wiggins were visitors to Havana Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. E. A. Jordan of Dade City is visiting her daughter, Mrs. G. H. Boring.
Miss Daisy Garner of Bainbridge was the guest last week of Mrs. T. J. Posten.
C. W. Cooper, who is engaged in building construction at West Palm Beach, is here this week on a visit to his father, L. W. Cooper.
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Gilbert of Dade City visited relatives in Quincy last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Pierce Wood of Vilas were the guests of relatives in Quincy Monday.
E. L. Morgan returned to Quincy Saturday from a visit of several weeks with his family in Burlington, N. C.
The King's Daughters meeting has been postponed until Friday of next week--Mrs. J. C. Scarborough, secretary.
Mrs. Jones says she is glad she has found something for Mary to do during vacation--taking art at Scott's Studio. ad 1t
Typewriter ribbons 90c, carbon paper two sheets for 5c, adding machine rolls 15c each at the Times office. Why pay more?
Miss Lelia Boring returned Sunday from Clermont, where she was teacher of public school music the past season.
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Fullam Marquardt of Atlanta arrived Thursday and spent a few days with relatives. He returned home Sunday and was accompan- ied by Mrs. Marquardt and little daughter, who have been visiting her mother, Mrs. A. S. Munroe, for the past few months.
|B. Y. P. U. Federation to Meet in Hardaway
The regular monthly meeting of the B. Y. P. U. Federation will be held in Hardaway on Friday evening, June 13, at 8:30 o'clock.
A very interesting program is being arranged, the main feature being a talk by Dr. R. T. Russell, of Quincy. The Federation is glad to welcome Dr. Russell as the new pastor of the Quincy church and feels that he will be a great help, not only to his own union, but to the other unions of the county also.
It is hoped that each union in the county will be well represented at this meeting.---Reporter.
Mrs. Minnie J. Sullivan, of Gretna announces the engagement of her daughter, Mittie Elizabeth to Mr. Fletcher Ward, of Ozark, Ala., the marriage to be solemnized Sunday evening, June 29th, at home.
|Clean Up Day Sunny Dell Cemetery at Gretna
Gretna, June 4--Everyone having loved ones buried at Sunny Dell cemetery is urged to be at the general clean-up day at Sunny Dell cemetery at Gretna, Saturday, June 14.
Bring hoes, shovels, etc., and the ladies are requested to bring lunch. Meet promptly at 9 o'clock.
Mrs. T. H. Mills and son, Felton, from Sumatra, were business visitors here Tuesday.
Mrs. T. M. Cumbie and her aunt, Mrs. Laura Howren, left Tuesday for Wachula to spend a few weeks with a cousin there. Before their return, they will also visit Lake Wales, __ssonville and other points.
The political rally held Thursday afternoon at the old Shepard mill was attended by several hundred who enjoyed the occasion very much. There were a number of candidates present and those who could not be present had their representatives to speak for them. The Woman's Club sold refreshments and realized a good amount from the affair.
Guests at the J. G. Shepard home this last week-end were Miss Elizabeth Richardson and Mr. Whitall of Marianna. On Saturday they and Miss ___ Shepard enjoyed a trip to Tallahassee. Then on Sunday Misses ___ Fletcher and Jessie Brewer and Wilbur Dezell were invited to spend the day and enjoy the hospitality one always finds at the Shepards'.
Wilbur Dezell spent Sunday here with his family and returned to Tallahassee on Monday.
[The second column was missed in photographing.]
L. B. (Lawson) Ellinor has returned from a business trip in Jacksonville. While there he saw his niece and ward, Miss Nellie Flake.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Winburn announce the birth of a daughter, May 27.
W. S. (William) Loyd, L. M. (Leslie) Lewis, O. B. Harrison and Claud Arrington were county site visitors last week. Mr. and Mrs. Jim (Jim and Cliffie) Harris, Misses Sarah and Frances and John Boynton spent last Thursday fishing at the pond.
Miss Irene Strickland, who is taking state normal teacher's course, and Miss Mary Morgan, public school music teacher at Tallahassee, are home for the summer.
Mesdames (the plural of Mrs.) Emma Watson, Lonnie Worthey, Osgood Smith and Misses Valda Shelfer and May Worthey spent Thursday fishing at the river.
Bill Doss, student at the State University at Gainesville, is home for the summer.
Leon Gray, high school principal of Bonifay, Misses Lillian Shelfer, Ben Hayden, Miss Carrie Winde, Pensacola, Miss Mary Bostick, Jacksonville, Miss Jimmie McDavid, chair of English, Montgomery high, Miss Myrtle McDavid, home economics, Winter Park, out-of-town teachers, are spending their summmer vacation with their parents here.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gray announce the birth of a daughter (Margie), May 28.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lester of Quincy were the guests of Mrs. Emma Watson Thursday evening.
Mesdames L. V. Porter of Climax and Gilmore Cox and baby of Quincy were the guests of Mrs. Roy Gregory Tuesday.
Clyde Gregory of Quincy visited relatives here Sunday.
Havana defeated Whigham 8 to 4 on the local diamond Thursday afternoon.
Farris D. Miller of Jacksonville spent Sunday with his father, D. W. (Daniel Webster) Miller.
The Girl Scouts are planning a week's camping at the river under the chaperonage of Mesdames Worthey, Watson, Smith and Shelfer.
Mrs. Homer LeVar's many friends are delighted over the steady improvement at the Gadsden County Hospital, where she recently underwent an operation.
Mesdames Tom (Johnnie) Cook and Henry (Maggie) Walsh will leave for a motor trip to Waycross next week.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Morgan have returned from their wedding journey and are at home to their friends at Miss Emma Fletcher's, where they have an apartment.
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Atkinson, Misses Rachel, Helen, Caroline Shelfer and George Porter had supper at the pond Monday evening.
L. M. (Leslie) Lewis was in Tallahassee on business Monday.
The Baptist Woman's Missionary Society had a splendid business meeting in the church Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Lonnie Worthey in the chair.
Henry Cook of Ben Haden was a visitor here Sunday.
Mrs. B. H. Gibson has returned from a week's visit with relatives in Bainbridge.
Mrs. Clarence (Mamie Miller) Boynton and little Marjorie of Midway were the guests of Mrs. Claude (Leo Miller) Arrington Monday.
Mrs. Sam Woodbery gave the Woman's Missionary Society of the Methodist church a delightful afternoon last Tuesday afternoon, when she threw open her hospitable home in their honor. The reception rooms were thrown together and beautifully arranged with foliage plants and garden flowers. A Bible lesson fraught with vital truths was earnestly and graphically pictured by Mrs. Woodbery, after which sandwiches, cake and iced tea were passed.
Byron Ellinor is shipping day-old chicks, eggs, broilers and fryers right along. A poultry business does pay, even as a side issue.
The farmers are being blessed with rains to order this week. And the crops are responding as only East Gadsden soil can.
We have in Mesdames Tillis, Turner, (Maggie) Walsh, Drigger, Rollo, (Nora) Edwards, Loyd, A. O. (Pennie) Shelfer, Gibson, Sapp, (Cliffie) Harris, Watson and Worthey fisherwomen who rank right along with their husbands in love of the sport which is really an art. And their catches are wonderful.
Mesdames Chewning, Walsh and Vickers were in town shopping Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Rollo entertained at a large beach party in honor of their house party Friday at Wakulla, at a delightful picnic dinner with hot fish, corn pones and coffee was served at noon to Mr. and Mrs. Sperk and boys, Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Flosone, of Adel, Mesdames Leslie and Sallie Whittle of Monticello, Mesdames J. B. Williamson, Jr., and Sr., of Tallahassee, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Gray, misses Dorothy, Jewell and Sara Rollo, Jim Gray, of Quincy, and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Rollo.
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