Excerpted from the Gadsden County Times newspaper, Quincy.
Articles were photographed by Donna Warlick and typed by Eunice Herren.
Mr.and Mrs. Fred McKinnon and Miss Knight of DeFuniak Springs spent a few days of the week as guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Mckinnon.
The high school minstrel, which was staged Wednesday evening at the auditorium, was a hugh success. Each character did his part to perfection and they deserve much credit. This entertainment netted $93.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Linton, Mrs. Truett and Mrs. W. O. Bell spent Thursday in Bainbridge.
Dr. and Mrs. McConnell and young son spent the week-end in Gainesville.
Mrs. J. W. Beggs, Miss Bernice Barwick and Jack Beggs spent Saturday afternoon in Quincy shopping.
Mrs. A. K. Gholson and attractive children have returned from a visit to South Florida, having been called home on account of the illness of Miss Martha Elizabeth Scarborough.
Mrs. J. M. Beggs, accompanied by her young son, Jack, will leave Wednesday for Pavo, Ga., for a visit with relatives.
The senior class of the Florida State College for Women in Tallahassee came over Saturday to go through the insane asylum here. They were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Knott for lunch.
S. W. Bell returned home friday from Columbus, Miss., where he spent a few days on business.
The Christian Endeavor social at the home of Mr.and Mrs. J. B. Howell Friday evening was a very enjoyable affair. After several spirited games and contests delicious refreshments consisiting of cream and cake were served, the color scheme of pink and green being carried out in the refreshments.
All the circles of the Presbyterian church met at the church Monday afternoon for a business meeting.
Misses Genevive Edwards and Doris Heming, of the Florida State College for Women, were the charming week-end house guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Moseley.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Shepard spent Sunday at Panama City.
Numerous friends of Miss Martha Elizabeth Scarborough are grieved to hear of her continued illness and hope is expressed on every side for her early and permanent recovery.
Miss Bettie Fletcher continues to improve, to the delight of her many friends.
Subject of Christian Endeaver Sunday evening was "How to Make a Home Happy," and a very interesting and instructive program was carried out.
Mrs. L. F. Moseley's condition shows great improvement to the delight of her many friends.
The W. M. S. of the Baptist church met at the home of Mrs. Sutton Monday afternoon. All of the circles met together, this being a business meeting.
Mrs. Barnes, Mrs. J. P. Linton and Mrs. J. M. Beggs spent Monday in Tallahassee.
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Rowan entertained very delightfully Friday evening at a beautifully appointed dinner party. The house was lovely with all the early spring flowers. The centerpiece for the table was sweet peas and a delicious three course dinner was served to Mrs. Bird, Grand Matron of O. E. S.; Mrs. Ross Harris, Past Grand Matron of O. E. S.; Miss Maggie Mahaffey and Mrs. Bessie Lester.
Mrs. Folmar played the role of hostess Wednesday afternoon, when between the hours of 3 and 5 she entertained her bridge club. The loveliest flowers that grow were used in adorning the living room and dining room, where the congenial group of ladies spent such a happy time. At two tables the ever popular game of bridge was indulged in, after which a delicious menu, faultlessly prepared, consisting of a salad and ice course, was served the members of the club, with a few additonal tea guests. As the honored guest, Dr. Mary Frank Knott was presented with a lovely piece of silver.
Miss Corleen Boykin is entertaining a bevy of attractive college girls at a lovely week-end house party. The guests include Misses Melissa Darby, Emily Couch, Evelyn O'Donnell and Mary Harrison.
Mrs. Lena Byrd, G. M., made her official visit to River Junction Chapter No. 50 Friday evening. All enjoyed Mrs. Byrd's address and as a token of the love of each one for Mrs. Byrd she was presented a lovely sterling silver bud vase. After the chapter closed a delicious ice course was served.
Mrs. T. J. Edwards was hostess to the Woman's Club Friday afternoon at her lovely home. The living and dining room were decorated in the choicest spring flowers. After the business session was over an interesting program was given. A delicious ice course was served to about fifteen guests.
Dr. Mary Frank Knott is the lovely guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Knott, at the Florida State Hospital.
Edgar Scarborough of the University of Florida is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Angus Gholson.
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Edwards of Daytona are guests of friends and relatives here.
Mrs. D. W. McClain is the guest of relatives in DeFuniak Springs, having been called to see a brother who is ill.
E. H. Boykin spent last week in DeLand, going as a delegate to the K. of P. convention.
P. A. McCall and family left Saturday for Miami, where they expect to make their home in future. They are making the trip in their car.
Miss Artie DeCostas returned to her home in Havana Thursday, after spending a week with friends in Mt. Pleasant.
Miss Kitty Shepard went to Havana Monday to spend a day or so with friends.
Mrs. Elkins and son of Concord were guests of Mrs. H. L. Shepard and family Sunday.
Dan Grubb and sister, Mrs. H. L. Shepard, and daughter motored over to Quincy Monday morning.
Isaac Shepard spent the week-end with home folks.
The farmers of this community are needing rain very much.
Miss Myrtle Bevis of near Quincy was visiting in Mt. Pleasant Sunday.
We note that Mrs. Ella Haire is improving her property here.
Miss Evelyn Chester spent Friday night with Misses Elizabeth and Ruth Thompson.
Miss Lillian Green spent Friday in Chattahoochee with Mrs. Lucy Dykes.
J. E. Thompson of Jacksonville spent the week-end with his family here.
Mrs. L. F. Andrews and Miss Evelyn Chester were guests of W. A. McDearmid of Quincy Sunday.
Mrs. W. H. Maxwell and son, Kenneth, and J. M. Mears spent Sunday afternoon in Cypress.
Mrs. S. S. Bentley entertained Mrs. Frank Robertson and little son, Frank, Jr., of Atlanta, and Mrs. D. McN. Humphrey and Mrs. C. L. Timmons with a party Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Thompson had as dinner guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Thompson and family, Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Bentley and Miss Sarah Griffin.
Miss Catherine and Mack Humphrey motored over to Tallahassee Sunday with Miss Maggie and Carl Mahaffey.
H. L. McKeown and S. S. Bentley left Monday for several days fishing on the Ocklocknee river.
The B. Y. P. U. Federation will meet with the Gretna B. Y. P. U. Friday night, May 8, at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. D. McN. Humphrey and Mrs. Frank Robertson and little son of Atlanta, accompanied by Miss Estell and Charley Humphrey, visited friends in Sneads Sunday afternoon.
Clayton Davis of Tallahassee spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Buchanan and was accompanied home by Mrs. Buchanan and daughter, Lois, for a few days visit.
Mrs. A. W. Watson and Mrs. D. N. Thompson spent Friday afternoon in Quincy shopping.
Mrs. F. W. Green and children returned last week from Chipley, where they spent a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Daniels.
Mrs. B. G. Martin of Flat Creek was a business visitor here Tuesday, making preparations for her departure on Wednesday. She has gone to Philadelphis, Pa., to join her husband and reside in the future.
Numerous fishing parties have been to the river or lakes this week and in every instance reported good catches.
Dr. and Mrs. K. M. Davis and sons, Kenneth and Harry, arrived from Carbur Friday and will visit relatives here. Dr. Davis has given up his work at Carbur and intends going to New York for a post graduate course.
E. L. Udell and family and Miss Sallie Williams of Tallahassee spent Sunday here very pleasantly with friends.
The Ladies' Aid met at the hOme of Mrs. W. H. Smith Tuesday afternoon.
The Greensbors Woman's Club held an interesting meeting on Thursday of last week, with eighteen members present.
Mrs. Jack Vrieze of Havana was the guest of relatives here Monday.
Lawson Ellinor and E. S. Slappey of Havana spent Sunday in Quincy.
Fred Millirons was a business visitor to Tallahassee Tuesday.
T. D. Woodbery left Wednesday for a business trip to Pensacola.
C. B. Palmer of Tallahassee spent Tuesday in Quincy on business.
C. H. Gray spent Tuesday attending the legislature in Tallahassee.
Ed Griffin of Apalachicola is the guest of his brother, W. A. Griffin, this week.
Mrs. A. Baur and Mrs. C. L. Moore of River Junction were the guests of Mrs. Julia Baur on Monday.
Harry Anderson and Felton mills of Greensboro were business visitors to Quincy Saturday.
Mrs. Jack Atwater of Mt. Pleasant spent Saturday shopping in Quincy.
Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Woodbery have returned home from Panama City, after a pleasant stay of several days.
John Sylvester and Malcolm Nicholson spent Saturday evening in Tallahassee with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. White returned home Tuesday, after a week's auto trip in Georgia and Tennessee.
Jack Arnsdoff and Duncan Lester of Attapulgus spent Sunday in Quincy.
Cecil Jones and Herbert Miller of Bainbridge were guests of friends here Sunday.
Mrs. Mitchell Drew is entertaining her bridge club at her home this afternoon.
Mrs. Francis Philips returned home Friday, after a visit of several weeks with relatives in Miami.
Y. L. Watson is spending this week attending to business in Tallahassee.
G. S. Gregory and W. W. Wright were business visitors to Tallahassee Tuesday.
Mrs. Lee Willis and son, Ben, spent the week-end in Vilas as the guests of Mrs. Pierce Wood.
Mrs. W. V. Knott and son, Charles Knott, of Chattahoochee spent Tuesday afternoon in Quincy.
J. C. Jessup left Saturday night for Ft. Lauderdale, returning to Quincy on Tuesday.
Cecil Blankenship and Thomas McCall of Attapulgus were visitors in Quincy on Sunday.
Glenn Jernigan left last week for a visit to relatives and friends in Indiana and Illinois.
Miss Ella O'Neil of Franklin, La., arrived Sunday to be the guest of Mrs. W. L. MacGowen.
Mrs. Adolphus Edwards of Miami, Arizona, is the guest of Mrs. A. O. Edwards.
L. A. Rocco returned home from Blountstown Sunday, where he has been on business.
Bruce Thomas of Attapulgus, a student at the Georgia School of Technology, was a visitor in Quincy last week.
Mrs. A. B. Blackburn left Tuesday for Tallahassee, where she is spending this week as the guest of relatives.
Mrs. George McGee of Leesburg and Mrs. W. White of Linden, Ind., spent Thursday as the guests of Mrs. W. H. Jernigan.
Rev. D. J. Blackwell has returned home from Crestview, where he attended the Florida Presbytery held there last week.
Representatives S. H. Strom and Henry Harrell were home with their families during the week-end, returning to Tallahassee on Monday.
Redin Bryan, Jr., traveling freight agent for the Missouri Pacific railway, and S. P. Wineman, holding a similar position with the G. F. & A. railway, were in Quincy yesterday on business for their respective lines.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Krouse and two sons, Alex and Marvin Krouse, left Wednesday for their home in Natchez, Miss., after a pleasant visit with Mr. and Mrs. H. Feinberg and family.
Misses Ester Griffin of Quitman, Ga., Kitty Williams of Orlando and Armenta Culpepper of Camilla, Ga., all student at the Florida State College for Women, and Oscar Walters of Tallahassee were guests of Miss Clare Marlin on Sunday.
Circle No. 2 of the Methodist Missionary Society was entertained on Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Abner Avirett. After the lesson and program delicious refreshments of ice cream and cake were served by the hostess.
Visitors to Quincy from Tallahassee Saturday were Mrs. elizabeth Davidson, Mrs. N. M. Bowen, Miss Bowen and Miss Evelyn Grady. Mrs. Davison was fro a number of years a resident of Quincy and is well known here. She is a daughter of the late W. N. Sheats and now makes her home with her mother in Tallahassee.
F. C. Millirons and Herbert May returned from Lakeland the latter part of the week, where they were delegates from Quincy Lodge B. P. G. E. at the State convention. While in Lakeland they were royally entertained by L. M. Lindsey, formerly exalted ruler of the Quincy Lodge and other members of the fraternity. Mr. Lindsey is now engaged in the real estate business in Lakeland.
Terrell Elkins of Concord was a visitor in Quincy Sunday.
Professor R. M. Evans and James A. Shanks spent Friday in Tallahassee on business.
Mrs. W. V. Knott and daughter, Dr. Mary Knott, were guests of friends in Quincy Saturday.
Remember gruduation time is near and that son or daughter will expect something. Conboy's. ad 5-7-2t
Our bargains for a dollar will be displayed in south window Monday, May 11. Don't miss it. Conboy's 1t
Mrs. Mike Horne of Tallahassee is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Elder, this week.
Friends of Miss Mollie Rice will regret to learn of her illness at the hospital in Chattahoochee.
Col. Greer of Colquit, Ga., spent Wednesday in Quincy on official business.
Will be glad to receive oreders for fancy cooking or catering. Phone 111. 5-7-2t
Miss Nona Hammond of Taladega, Ala., is the guest of Mrs. G. W. Lamar.
Miss Maggie Hinson of Hinson is spending the week as the guest of Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Burghard.
J. H. Harrell and sister, Miss Stella, of Tallahassee spent the week-end at their home here.
Mrs. H. L. Gregory, Misses Nelle, Alvan and Florence Gregory and Gwynn Crawford of Tallahassee spent Sunday with relatives in Quincy.
Mr. and Mrs. Fullam Marquardt and little daughter of Atlanta, Ga., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Munroe.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack C. Scarborough of Gainesville were guests of relatives and friends here the latter part of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Byron Ellinor of Havana were visitors in Quincy on Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Gregory and Miss Ella O'Neil spent Monday in Tallahassee.
Mrs. Gus Lester, Mrs. Roy Blitch, R. E. Blitch, Raiford Blitch, Jr., and Ben Woodbery spent Wednesday on a fishing trip on the Ocklocknee river.
Miss Hazel Ellis returned to the college in Tallahassee Monday, after a week's visit with her mother, Mrs. Mary Ellis.
Miss Bessie Munroe was hostess to the members of the S. S. Club at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Munroe, on Saturday.
Mrs. Marvin Owens, Mrs. L. T. Millirons and Mrs. Fred Millirons spent Monday in Bainbridge shopping.
Miss Russell Robertson of Alabama is expected to arrive Friday for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Robertson.
Mrs. Fannie Lester left for her home in Attapulgus Sunday, after a visit in Quincy with her sons, W. F. and Gus Lester.
Dr. B. F. Barnes was here from Chattahoochee Monday to attend the monthly meeting of the county board of public instruction.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rice and little daughter, Maysel, of Jacksonville, left Monday, after a visit of several days with Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Reeves.
We will have our usual big line of graduation gifts on hand for you. Call early and place it aside. Conboy's. advt 7-5-2t
Horace Curry has gone to Ft. Lauderdale, where he will be connected with the Broward County Lumber Co., of which S. E. Key is president.
Mr.and Mrs. J. D. Archer and little son returned home Saturday from Monticello, where Mrs. Archer and baby have been the guests of relatives for the past week.
Miss Armenta Culpepper of Camilla, Ga., a student at the Florida State College for Women, was the week-end guest of her cousin, Miss Clare Marlin.
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Lester, Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Gregory, Mrs. Ida Smith and Miss Lula Smith formed a fishing party to Lake Iamonia on Thursday.
Senator S. W. Anderson of Greensboro was a business visitor to Quincy on Saturday. He returned to Tallahassee to resume his work in the legislature on Monday.
Principal R. M. Evans has accepted an invitation to deliver an address to the graduating class of Malone High School Friday night. He will be accompanied by Superintendent C. H. Gray.
The Woman's Bible Class of the Presbyterian church will hold its regular meeting at the home of Mrs. R. K. Shaw Wednesday, May 13, at 4 p. m. A large attendance is expected.
Those attending the Easter Star meeting on Friday night in Chattahoochee were Mrs. Gus Lester, Mrs. Ross Harris, Miss Maggie Mahaffey, Mrs. Lena Bird, of Greenville, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Greer, Miss Mary Greer, Mrs. Neil Faircloth, Mrs. J. W. Hendrix, Mrs. G. E. Boring, Mrs. C. V. Pinson, Mrs. Jesse Reeves and Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Carman.
Among the marriage licenses issue this week from Judge Thomson's office were for Miss Ethel Chester and W. D. Lewis of Concord, who were married on Monday; another to Miss Rose Swicord and Jesse Adams, of Havana, who were married Thursday afternoon at the courthouse. Mrs. W. A. May and Mr. E. Faircloth were married by Rev. R. T. Russell last week. They are making their home in Quincy.
H. W. Coleman, Sr., of Albany spent the week-end in Quincy with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Coleman.
J. W. Simmons, "first trick" operator at the railroad telegraph office is being releived for a few days by M. Brown, relief operator.
Mrs. A. M. Gissendaner, who has been ill for the past two weeks, left Sunday night for Montgomery, Ala., to consult a specialist. It is sincerely hoped by Mrs. Gissendaner's friends that she will sonn fully recover.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Traylor and little daughter are visiting relatives in Bristol.
Mrs. J. W. Sammons, manager of the Western Union telegraph office, is being relieved by Miss Slay of Chipley, Mrs. Sammons being called to Brewton, Ala., to attend the funeral of her sister, who died in Grand Rapids, Mich., last week, of pneumonia.
Mrs. L. S. Seaman, Mrs. George Shaw and son, Elmo, and Miss Lizzie Lemon were shopping in Quincy Tuesday.
The River Junction Methodist Missionary Circle met with Mrs. George Shaw Monday afternoon.
The River Junction Baptist W. M. U. holds its general meeting for the month Monday afternoon at the church.
Rev. Floyd Dykes, Baptist pastor, will leave the first of the week for Memphis, Tenn., to attend the Southern Baptist Convention.
|Missionary Delegates Attend Council Meeting in City of Miami
Chattahoochee, April 28--A motor bus trip of Tallahassee delegates to the Missionary Council of the Methodist church, South, Miami.
On Saturday, April 18, the writer and Mrs. W. L. Shepard met Coral Gables bus at Quincy to begin their trip to the wonderful city of Miami, the bus having to stay over the previous night for repair.
We were accompanied from there by Mrs. Sallie Puleston, Quincy sending no delegates. We reached Tallahassee about 3 o'clock, were driven to a hotel, where we were joined by Mesdames Sallie Proctor and Parker of that city; Woodward and Sawyer of Apalachicola. At Miccousuki Mesdames W. F. Yarborough and Hines joined the party.
Our next stop was Monticello, where we were given a few minutes for rest. There we were joined by Miss Elenora Diffennerth. We proceeded to Lake City and were joined there by Mesdames Lee, Moore, Heineman, Hale and Mr. and Mrs. Calhoun. From there we had a wonderful road into Jacksonville, which we reached at 10:30 o"clock.
After a refreshing sleep and good breakfast we proceeded on our way. Our bus being about full and Jacksonville sending a bus with delegates we had no occasion to stop, only for rest and lunch.
We reached Daytona at high noon, where lunch was served and several ladies being fortunate enough to spend a few minutes with friends and relatives, then on to Cocoa for the night.
The beautiful drive along the Indian river front made us feel surely that we were in God's country. After a night's rest at one of Cocoa's modern hotels we were joined by Mrs. Kennerdy and continued our journey to Melbourne, where we breakfasted. After seeing other friends and Melbourn's wonderful progress for the past two years we were anxious to be on our way.
We lunched at Stewart; after lunch and a few minutes rest we were happy to be on the last lap of our journey. We reached Miami at 6 o'clock; all expressed themselves as being delighted with the trip.
Mr. Moore, our driver, unloaded the bus at Coral Gable Inn, owned by Mrs. McCall, of Quincy, where we were greeted by our hostess, who remarked "Coral Gables does nothing by halves."
Miami Trinity church extended to every delegate a most cordial welcome.
The Baptist ladies served a bountiful lunch each day in the basement of the Baptist church, in which over two hundred participated.
Their programs were full and complete. Our foreign missionary, Miss Mitchell, gave a wonderful talk on missionary work in China. Mrs. Lipscomb also gave a talk on home and foreighn missionary work.
The meeting closed Thursday night. Friday morning at 8 o'clock Tallahassee delegates turned their faces homeward, all expressing themselves as being delighted with the beautiful City of Miami and the hospitality of her people.
We all reached our destinations safely, much to the credit of our careful and prudent driver, Mr. Moore.--Mrs. T. J. Edwards.
|Mrs. Love Hostess
Mrs. E. C. Love entertained at a delightful card party on Tuesday afternoon at her home on Jackson street. The occasion was in honor of Mrs. Oglesby, who is the guest of her sister, Mrs. C. R. Shaw, and Mrs. W. H. Ide, who is visiting Mrs. W. M. Corry.
|Meeting "D.M." Club
The "D. M." Club was delightfully entertained on Saturday afternoon at the home of Miss Eugenis Lunaford on East Jefferson street. Some time was spent in conversing and games, after which Misses Edith Blackburn and Gladys Gregory were initiated into the club. Delicious refreshements consisting of strawberries with whipped cream and wafers were served to the guests, there being about twelve present.
|Mrs. Watson, Hostess
Mrs. Y. L. Watson entertained on Tuesday afternoon at her home on King street honoring Mrs. Williams, of Virginia, who is the guest of her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Williams. Delicious refreshments consisting of tomatoes stuffed with chicken salad, saltines, fruit punch and sandwiches were served.
A wedding which came as a surprise to their many friends was that of Miss Rabon Shaw to Mr. Gordon Holman Saturday at the Methodist parsonage in Chattahoochee at 3 o'clcok with Rev. A. H. Hancock officiating. The young couple left immediately after the ceremony for Panama City, where they will spend two weeks at Camp Welcome. Mrs. Holman is the daughter of Mrs. B. Stow and has been with the Quincy Telephone Co. for a number of years. She is an attractive and charming young woman and has many friends who will learn with interest of her marriage. Mr. Holman is the son of Mrs. A. M. Holman and has been connnected with the Floridin Co. for twleve years, having charge of the dryers. Mr. and Mrs. Holman have the best wishes of their many friends.
|Entertained at Bridge
Miss Annie Sowell entertained a few friends on Tuesday afternoon at a delightful bridge party given at her country home. The house was artistically decorated in cut flowers, there tables being arranged for the games. Mrs. Leo McMillan was winner of high score, while Miss Sarah Curtis was awarded the consolation prize. After the games Miss Sowell served delicious refreshments consisting of a sald and an ice course.
Miss Clare Marlin was the honoree at a birthday dinner given Sunday evening by her mother, Mrs. J. M. Marlin, at her home on West Jefferson street. Those assisting Miss Marlin to celebrate her birthday anniversary were Misses May and Helen Smith, Margaret Coleman, Ester Griffin, of Quitman, Ga., Kitty Williams, of Orlando, and Armenta Culpepper of Camilla, Ga.
Havana enjoyed its most brillant commencement beginning with the grammar school program Friday of last week; class night Monday, graduation exercises Tuesday evening and Mrs. Lester's recital Friday evening.
Misses Grace and Mary Shelfer are spending this week in Greensboro, the guests of Miss Lillian Shelfer.
The Young Matrons' Sewing Club was delightfully entertained last Tuesday afternoon by Mrs. Howard Gray.
Rev. Dr. L. R. Skinner and Mrs. Skinner left Monday for a visit with relatives in Clearwater.
Mrs. W. C. Lambert of Thomasville spent last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mose Shelfer.
Rev. J. A. Hendry and Mrs. Hendry and family desire to gratefully acknowledge the kindness shown them in the recent illness and death of their infant son and brother.
Judge and Mrs. Paul S. Thomson were guests of Mrs. Eliza Nicholson Friday evening.
Miss Carrie Winde, who has taught so successfully in Tampa, is here for the summer.
Miss Ena Darsey is visiting in Leesburg.
Misses Eloise and Margaret Duggar spent last week-end in Whigham.
Miss Kate Strickland was hostess to her sewing club Tuesday afternoon.
John Lester of Quincy was in town Friday evening.
Mrs. Annie McManus is visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Shelfer in Quincy.
Beans, carrots and white potatoes are being shipped by Havana farmers.
|[Miscellaneous Quincy socials]
Pat Linnencole left Monday for Pensacola.
James Green of Sneads was the guest of friends here Sunday.
Ray Shaw spent the week-end in Thomasville, Ga., with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. P.H. Thomas spent Thursday in Tallahassee.
Henry Roberts of Apalachicola was the guest of friends here Sunday.
Misses Maggie and Addie Mae Mahaffey and Carl Mahaffey spent Sunday in Tallahassee.
M. J. Nicholson and Frank Simms of Havana spent Wednesday in Quincy with friends.
Lester Hamrick of Miami and Jack Hamrick of Monticello spent Tuesday in Quincy.
Dr. and Mrs. W. S. Bell left Tuesday night for a visit of several days in Jacksonville.
Mrs. Bryon Bevis and little son spent Saturday and Sunday in Greenwood.
Mrs. Harry Clingman is spending this week with friends in Greenwood.
Mrs. M. D. Hays and children of Chattanooga, Tenn., are the guests of Mrs. Hays' parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Belyeu.
Miss Kittie Mae Belyeu returned home Saturday, after a visit of two weeks with friends in Dothan, Ala.
Miss Lily Fletcher returned home Sunday, after a visit with relatives in Chattahoochee.
Mrs. Turnbull, Miss Mary Love and others from the Florida State Colle visited friends here Sunday.
Mrs. J. H. Brooks of Ft. Wayne is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Kleasig.
Mrs. T. D. Woodbery, Mrs. W. B. Gossett and Miss Maggie Woodbery spent Tuesday in Tallahassee.
The home formerly owned by Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Jessup was purchased last week by Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Blackburn.
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