Excerpted from the Gadsden County Times newspaper, Quincy.
Articles were photographed by Donna Warlick and typed by Eunice Herren.
Mrs. J. T. Evans and Mrs. H. W. Tyler attended revival services at the Baptist church in Gretna last Tuesday.
Mrs. D. G. Bell, Mrs. Cora Ross, Horace Ross and Miss Blanche Galbreath of New Smyrna visited Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Wood Saturday and Sunday of last week.
Mrs. Emmie Long of Quincy is the guest of her brother and sister, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Shaw.
Misses Irma and Myrtle Bevis and Messrs. J. W. Mahaffey and Laurie Bevis attended all day sing at Providence, in Jackson county, Sunday.
Mrs. H. W. Tyler, Mrs. George H. Shepard and children, Malcolm and Marian, and Miss Susie Floyd and Audrey Williams were business visitors to Hannatown, Sylvania, Recovery and Faceville, Ga., Thursday.
Mrs. L. K. Holman and little daughters, Misses Louise and Malissa Mae, spent Saturday afternoon and Sunday in Tallahassee the guests of her brother, Mr. and Mrs. T. R. McPhaul.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Evans attended the all day sing at Providence, in Jackson county, Sunday.
Rev. and Mrs. H. W. Tyler and children and Mrs. George H. Shepard and children were visitors to Quincy Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. Cora Ross, Mrs. J. T. Woodward, Mrs. Gordon Roach, Horace Ross and little Blanche Galbreath motored over to Marianna Saturday afternoon of last week.
Misses Irma Bevis, Mae Shepard and Mrs. George H. Shepard and children, Malcolm and Marian, were shopping in Quincy Saturday.
Mrs. W. L. Wilson and children and Misses Delaney and Kennedy of Hardaway attended the all day sing at Providence in Jackson county Sunday.
Prof. and Mrs. F. N. Whigham spent the week-end at Malone with Mrs. Whigham's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ward.
Henry Paramore, after spending several days in Jackson county, returned home Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Booth were visitors to Sales City, Ga., Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Paramore and children were shopping in Quincy Wednesday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Paramore and family and Mrs. O. E. Chester and chidlren attended the all day sing at Providence in Jackson county, Sunday.
Mrs. J. T. Evans and Mr. H. W. Tyler were visitors to Old Mt. Pleasant Tuesday afternoon.
Mrs. H. W. Tyler and daughter, Elizabeth, Audrey Williams, Mrs. Geo. H. Shepard and children were visitors to River Junction Friday afternoon.
Rev. H. W. Tyler was a business visitor to Quincy Monday.
Mrs. Ralph Bland and children left Friday afternoon for Jamieson, where they will be the guests of her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Bertie Pittman.
Isaac Shepard of Quincy spent Sunday afternoon with his mother.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. McPhaul of Quincy spent Sunday afternoon with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Pittman.
Rev. H. W. Tyler held regular services at Old Mt. Pleasant Sunday.
D. A. Avant was a visitor to Quincy Wednesday afternoon.
We are sorry to note that Mr. and Mrs. Ralph White and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rice of Old Mt. Pleasant have sick children. We trust they shall soon be well.
D. A. Butler and W. J. Boynton were business visitors in Tallahassee last Tuesday.
Misses Sylvia Crawford, Mildred Oliver, Messrs. Winston Sapp and Carmie Ward motored to Quincy for the pictures Monday evening.
L. B. (Lawson) Ellinor and E. H. Slappey have returned from a motor trip in Panama City.
Misses Mildred Oliver, Sylvia Crawford, Messrs. Winston and Watson Sapp were in Quincy Friday evening for the pictures.
Mr. and Mrs. Lucian May and baby and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Luten and Master Alney Luten of Panama city spent last week-end with Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Shelfer.
Misses Belle Raker, Eula Shelfer and Messrs. Lester Griner and Lewis Shelfer motored to Moultrie Sunday morning.
Leach Rider spent last Saturday with Messrs. Lewis and J. E. Shelfer.
Drs. P. C. Harrell and P. A. Brinson were business visitors in Tallahassee Thursday.
A wide circle of sympathetic friends are rejoicing with W. S. Loyd, Havana's popular realtor, that the rest cure he is taking is providing beneficial.
Rally Day programs next Sunday morning in Baptist and Methodist Sunday schools will be most attractive.
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Masters, Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Duggar motored to Cairo Thursday evening to hear Judge Rosco Luke in revival there.
Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Tillis and Miss Virginia were guests of Mr. J. H. Turner at a picture party in Tallahassee Wednesday evening.
Mrs. J. H. Turner returned Sunday from a two weeks' visit with Mr. and Mrs. Lee Womack in Panama City.
Misses Dorothy and Jewell Rollo spent last week-end in Tallahassee.
Miss Myra Sapp has returned to her home in Camilla, after a delightful visit with Dr. and Mrs. H. W. Sapp.
Little Miss Robbie Landers is with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Mayton, and attending school here.
Recently elected officers of our local B. Y. P. U. are, president, Merrell Ellinor; vice president, J. F. Stevens; secretary, Miss Bertie Winburn; corresponding secretary, Mrs. H. N. (Dewey) Alewine, Sr.; leader, A. L. Rider; inter leader, Miss Belle Raker; treasurer, Miss Mildred LeVar; pianist, Mrs. H. N. Alewine.
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Masters, Miss Janet, Mrs. O. P. Duggar and children, Misses Crawford, Oliver and Inman and McKensie enjoyed a plunge and supper at the pond Saturday evening.
Miss M. D. Lane spent last Sunday with Mrs. Henry (Maggie Lane) Walsh.
T. L. (Tom) and Morris Edwards of Bainbridge spent last week-end here.
Mrs. M. J. Sullivan and Mrs. E. J. Luten and children are visiting Mrs. Rod Brown of Howard, Ga.
Rev. T. J. Barnett left Monday for his home in Dublin, Ga., after holding a meeting here at the Gretna Baptist church.
Mrs. Sena (Gray) Vickers is here on a visit to Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Gray.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thompson and children spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Strom.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lewis of Tallahassee spent Tuesday night here with Mrs. Lewis' parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. McN. Humphrey.
Miss Estelle Humphrey expects to leave Wednesday for Tallahassee, where she will take a business course.
Quite a number of the young people here enjoyed a peanut boiling at Hough's pool Tuesday.
There will be an all day sing at the church here Sunday, September 27. Everyone has a cordial invitation and hearty welcome to come out and spend the day. There is to be dinner served on the grounds.
Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock at the church there is to be preaching services conducted by Dr. Russell of Quincy.
Carroll Clark left recently for South Florida, where he will be gone for some time.
Mrs. J. E. Dean left Wednesday night for Jacksonville to visit relatives and friends of that city a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Jones, who now own the place of Rev. F. M. Wells, moved into their new home the first of last week.
W. H. Doans of Tallahassee and family of Greensboro were in the community Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Greene and children of River Junction and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bowen were visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Blount Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. James Chester and Oliver Brown, who have been located at Ft. Lauderdale for some time, were here on a visit recently.
Miss Sallie Richards was to leave the first of the week for Lake Wales, where she will spend a while with relatives.
News has been received that Mr. and Mrs. Dave Crawford of Pine Grove lost their home and a number of other things by fire Sunday.
Leonard Blount, one of the boys from out this way, who now has a position in the B & B cafe of Quincy, was at the home of his father, C. E. Blount, Monday afternoon.
After the guests had all arrived they were divided into groups, Mrs. L. L. McKinnon being leader for the lemon pies and Mrs. Herren leader for the lemon cake. The groups were given two rooms to decorate, the prettiest receiving twenty points. The cake won. The decoration were of yellow crepe paper.
Next was a lemon race. The lemons were all piled on the floor and the guests were given a fork and told to get the lemon on the fork as best they could without touching it with their hand and take it and put it into a basket. Only a few were able to do this, the lemon pies winning the ten points in this contest.
Next each guest was given one marshmallow, four raisins, one gum drop, five toothpicks and two clothes pins and told to make an animal. The cake won the twenty points in this contest.
A cake contest followed this, Miss Janet Howell being winner in this contest, which was a cake. The two group leaders made lemonade and the guests decided in favor of the cake's lemonade being the best, giving them ten points.
The prize for greatest number of points went to the cakes, being a box of pop corn. A lemon hunt proved very exciting too. Lemonade and vanilla wafers were served the guests at the conclusion of the games.
Celebrated Her Fifth Birthday
The huge birthday cake bearing the five tiny candles centered the table and streamers of pink and white crepe paper hung from the chandelier to the corners of the table. Pink and white brick ice cream with cakes iced in pink and white was served to about twenty five guests.
On the lawn was a fish pond and here the children fished for their favors, which consisted of horns for the boys and dolls for the girls. Many gifts attested the popularity of his diminuitive belle of the future.
Another Fifth Birthday Celebrated
At the hour appointed the little guests arrived laden with gifts for this popular little girl. Many games were played on the lawn, after which refreshments consisting of ice cream and cake in pink and white was served to thirty one little guests. The birthday cake bearing five tiny candles centered the table on the lawn and the cutting of this afforded much merriment.
Favors consisting of baskets of candy were given each little guest and at 6 o'clock the little guests departed, declaring this to be one of the prettiest parties of the season. Mrs. Atkinson was assisted in caring for these tiny tots by Mrs. Hunt.
Chattahoochee news continued........
Miss Carlyne Boykin was a dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Sims Ballou Tuesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Moseley were dinner guests of Superintendent and Mrs. W. V. Knott Tuesday evening.
Roy Wester of Miami is a guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charley Moore.
S. M. Bell left Tuesday for Quincy, where he will work in the office of the Bell Manufacturing Co.
James Bell of Camden, Ala., is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Bell and S. M. Bell.
Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Laing spent Thrusday afternoon in Tallahassee.
The Woman's Club of Chattahoochee had a silver tea at the school auditorium Thursday evening. The decorations were coral vines and ferns and were very attractive. Punch was served from a prettily flower bedecked table in the south corridor by Mrs. B. F. Barnes. A musical program was enjoyed and a neat sum netted.
Among the teachers who have arrived to take up their school duties here are Mr. Pertum, from Louisville, Ky., Misses Bess and Beulah Parrish, from Bristol; Ellen Sharon, Quincy; Eleanor Nicholson, Havana; Eula Shepard, Mt. Pleasant; Hattie Bush, Quincy; Miss Jeter, from Atlanta, and Miss Joyner from Georgia.
Friends of Mrs. Henry McDonald sympathize with her deeply in the loss of her mother, Mrs. McPherson, of Greensboro.
J. M. Rowan spent Monday at Panama City.
Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Wood of Vilas were visitors here Saturday.
Messrs. John Sullivan and Elbert Luten spent the week-end in Howard, Ga.
Arthur Watson, formerly of this city and now a business man in Entreprise, Ala., is a visitor in this city.
Miss Eula Mae Edwards had as her guest for the week-end Miss Zetha Mae Johnson of Tallahassee.
A. H. Hearin left Tuesday for Bay Minette, Ala., where he was called on account of the illness of his brother.
Mrs. E. J. Perry and Mrs. M. T. Solar of Bainbridge spent Tuesday afternoon here shopping.
Miss Bobbie Spitz left Monday for Gainesville, where she will attend school this winter.
Miss Lucile Patronis left Wednesday for Tallahassee where she will be a student at the Woman' College this term.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Sweger and son, Jack, left Sunday for Panacea Springs to spend a few days. They returned home Wednesday.
Mrs. Ed Farnell of Cairo, Ga., and Mrs. A. M. Williams of Miami and two daughters visited Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Williams last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Vanlandingham and little daughter, Myrline, of Cairo were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Williams.
After spending the summer in Chicago and other points in the West, Mrs. C. C. Wildman has returned to her home in Quincy.
Just received car of Fulghum and Texas Rust Proof Seed Oats. Get my prices before buying. R. E. Blitch. 9-17-2t
Mrs. George C. Oliver and R. C. Edwards of Jacksonville motored to Quincy Friday and were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Edwards for the week-end, returning home Sunday.
Mrs. M. J. Sullivan, accompanied by Mrs. E. J. Luten and children, left Saturday for Howard, Ga., where they will visit the former's daughter, Mrs. R. L. Brown.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Jernigan and family, Mr. and Mrs. Will Morris and family and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reece of Freeport spent Sunday here with Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Jernigan.
Mr. and Mrs. M. N. Drew and little daughter spent the week-end in Madison with Mr. Drew's mother. They were accompanied by Lamar May, who visited relatives there for the week-end.
The friends of George Munroe were giving him the glad hand yesterday upon meeting him again on the streets after a protracted illness, which confined him to his room for several months.
Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Chamberlin returned home Saturday from a five weeks' tour of northern points. While away they visited Mr. and Mrs. G. L Garrison in Washington, D. C., and Mr. Chamberlin's parents in Framingham, Mass.
Miss Marjorie Ward, who has been visiting in Tallahassee, spent Sunday here with Miss Valita Jernigan, enroute to her home in DeFuniak Springs. Her mother, Mrs. George Ward, who was the guest of Mrs. E. H. Jernigan, accompanied her home.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Nordhaus, Mrs. E. C. Behrens and Mrs. Felix Littleman returned home Sunday night from a week-end visit to Dowling Park. They were accompanied by Mrs. Woeber, who visited her sister, Mrs. Behrens, for a few days, returning home today.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Jessup and daughter, Marjorie, of Ft. Lauderdale, arrived here in their car Friday and were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Sweger for the week-end. They motored to Panama City Sunday and spent the day with Rev. and Mrs. W. A. Burns, going from there to Montgomery, Ala., where Mr. Jessup bought his Christmas toys. Accompanying them was H. D. Foreman. They returned to Quincy Tuesday and Mr. and Mrs. Jessup will visit Rev. and Mrs. R. T. Russell for a few days before returning home.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. White motored to Chattahoochee Sunday and viistied relatives for the afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Williams of Thomasville, Ga., spent Tuesday here on business.
Harold Sylvester returned to Quincy Monday from a business trip of two weeks to Jacksonville.
Miss Catherine Ellis and Mrs. G. L. Bennitt of Tampa spent last week in Quincy as guests of their cousin, Miss Grace L. Hill.
Miss Anna Jane Anderson, who teaches in the high school here, spent the week-end in Tallahassee with her mother, Mrs. D. E. Anderson.
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Bell and children returned to Sarasota Monday, after a visit of several days here with Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Willis.
Miss Mary Edna Bell left Monday night for Gulfport, Miss., where she will be a student at Gulf Park College for this winter.
M. T. Suber, formerly engaged in the lumber business here, but now of Sarasota, spent Saturday in Quincy on business.
Miss Margaret Curry left today for Jacksonville, where she will be an instructor in music during the winter months.
Just received car of Fulghum and Texas Rust Proof Seed Oats. Get my prices before buying. R. E. Blitch. 9-17-2t
J. L. Rowan of Jacksonville was the week-end guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Rowan at their home in Greensboro.
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Faircloth and family of Cincinnati, Ohio, arrived here Sunday and are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. N. Faircloth.
Miss Armissie Dekle of Whigham, Ga., is spending this week here as the guest of her cousin, Miss Ada Harrell.
Mr. and Mrs. James S> Murray and daughter, Minnie Mae, of Miami are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Spooner.
Miss Stella Harrell, who is working in Tallahassee at the capitol, spent the week-end here with her mother, Mrs. J. D. Harrell.
J. D. Smith of Monteagle, Tenn., arrived here Sunday and will spend the winter with his daughter, Mrs. S. W. Carman.
Harry Morgan of Bainbridge returned to Bainbridge Sunday, after a week-end visit here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Morgan.
Mrs. C. F. Young, who has been visiting in North Carolina for the past three weeks, spent Sunday as the guest of her sister, Miss Kate Sullivan, returning to her home in Marianna Sunday afternoon.
William Burton of Madison spent a few days of last week here with Inglis Love enroute to Lebanon, Tenn., to attend school at Castle Heights. Inglis Love accompanied him and will resume his studies at Castle Heights.
Mrs. J. M. Marlin, Miss Clare Marlin, Miss Mae Smith and Fred Mayo of Havana left by auto Saturday for Lakeland. Miss Clare Marlin will spend the winter there as a student of Southern College. Mrs. Marlin and party returned to Quincy today.
Mrs. George Massey and two sons, Herbert and Jack, who were the guests of her father, F. P. May, Sr., for a few days of last week, left Sunday for their home in Dade City. They were accompanied as far as Lakeland by Miss Helen Smith, who will enter Southern College there this winter.
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Lindsey, formerly of Quincy but now of Lakeland, where Mr. Lindsey is engaged in the real estate business, motored to Quincy Saturday and spent the week-end with Mrs. Lindsey's mother, Mrs. I. W. Marlin. They took with them their little daughter, Betty, who has been visiting her grandmother here for the past two months.
Sol Friedman left last week on a business trip to South Florida.
Sheriff G. S. Gregory left Tuesday for a few days' business trip to Orlando, returning home Thursday.
Mrs. H. L. Southall and two son from Mobile, Ala., are spending a few days this week with their cousin, Mrs. Robert B. Lester.
See diplay of hand made handkerchiefs at No. 9 Key street beginning Tuesday, September 29. Everybody cordially invited. advt 1t
B. C. Bevis is back from a trip to South Florida and was so impressed with Okeechobee and its prospects that he expects to return there next month and open a jewelry store.
Mrs. W. T. Borland, formerly of Quincy, but now of Tallahassee, and Mrs. Maurice W. Green of Tallahassee were visitors here Wednesday.
Robert Graves left Saturday for Staunton, Va., where he will resume his work at Augusta Military Academy.
Mrs. Glover Beazley and two sons, Roy and Glover, Jr., left Friday fro their home in Tampa, after a two weeks' visit here with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Edwards.
T. J. Brooks of the State Department of Agriculture was in Quincy today collecting data for use in the advertising and publicity work now being carried on under supervision of the department.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Henry are receiving congratulations on the arrival of a nine pound son born Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Henry's parents in Tallahassee. The little lad has been named Bryan Whitfield Henry.
Miss Donnie Smith, who will be most pleasantly remembered as a former resident of Quincy when she lived here some years ago with her sisters, Misses Mattie and Annie Smith, and who now resides in Jacksonville with her sisters, is the guest of Mrs. Mary Foster, near the city, for a few days and is being warmly welcomed by many friends.
Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Gregory announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Janie to Mr. F. Alexander Bruce, New Plymouth, New Zealand. The wedding to be an event of this fall. Mr. Bruce is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James Bruce, who lived in Quincy several years ago. The many friends of the couple extend to them many good wishes.
Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Hinson spent several days here this week with relatives and friends, who were delighted to see them. They are to attend school at Peabody Institute, Nashville, Tenn., this winter.
Mrs. William Petschel was called to St. Augustine Tuesday on account of the serious illness of Mr. Petschel, who went there last week on business.
Miss Clyde Harrison spent the week-end at home and returned to her school at Hopewell, near Faceville.
Mrs. H. L. Dupont of Lake Wales arrived Sunday for a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Wall.
A. S. Chason and sister, Miss Duma, spent Sunday at Telogia.
Mrs. A. J. Shelfer and daughter of Tallahassee spent Sunday at the Cumbie home.
Mr. and Mrs. Pierce McDonald had as their guests last week Mr. and Mrs. Duncan McDougald of Waycross, Ga., and Homer McDougald of Bainbridge.
Mrs. W. E. Pike and two young children arrived last week from Deerfield.
Misses Lois Kersey and Juanita Smith left Sunday night for Lakeland, where they are students at Southern College.
Mrs. E. L. Sineath of Tallahassee was the guest of her mother, Mrs. D. L. Ferrell, this week.
H. B. McCoy went to Thomasville, Ga., Sunday for medical attention.
Scores of sorrowing relatives and friends assembled at Old Providence church on Wednesday morning of last week to attend the funeral of Mrs. John T. McPherson, whose death occurred the previous day at her home. Dr. R. T. Russell of Quincy conducted the sad service.
Miss Belle Davis returned to Gretna Monay, after spending the week-end here at her home.
A. B. Morton of Atlanta arrived Monday and began work Tuesday as a member of the Greensboro school faculty.
Rev. R. F. Kersey returned Tuesday from a trip to Live Oak.
(Left over from last week)
Misses Eloise Gardner and Elizabeth Davis left Monday to enter the Woman's College in Tallahassee.
Rev. T. J. Barnett went to Gretna Monday to begin a meeting. He closed one here Sunday night at the Baptist church. Interest help up throughout the week and great crowds attended every service.
Dr. O. W. Gardner and family were visitors to Tallahassee Monday.
Friends of Dr. and Mrs. E. B. Fletcher, of Leesburg, will be glad to hear of the arrival of a baby girl at their home last week. s She has been named Corinne Elizabeth.
A number from here have been attending county court in Quincy this week.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Green had as their dinner guest Monday evening Miss Hazel Ellis, of Quincy. Later they, with Misses Lillian Shelfer and Anna Lee Cowan, enjoyed a radio concert at Senator Anderson's home.
Miss Lucile Gardner of Camilla, Ga., arrived Sunday to take up her duties at school Monday. She is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Gardner, who formerly resided here, and has many friends who are glad to welcome her back as "teacher."
Miss Belle Davis spent the week-end at home and returned Monday to her school at Gretna.
Miss Clyde Harrison began teaching at Hopeville, near Faceville, Monday.
Rev. A. G. Strain of Atlanta is visiting his daughter, Mrs.J. W. Sammons.
Mrs. J. M. Gilchrist and children have returned from a visit to relatives in Madison.
The River Junction W. M. U. met at the church Monday afternoon. Topic for study hour being Soldiers, Seaman and Sanatorium; next meeting will be with Mrs. R. J. Green.
Miss Sara Frances Gilchrist has returned form a delightful visit with relatives and friends in Jacksonville.
G. E. Widdon and family are occupying the Will Smith house, having lost thier home by fire Thursday.
Mrs. J. W. Shaw and children left Wednesday for several days visit with relatives in Andalusia, Ala.
The Girls' Auxiliary met with Dorothy Byrd Wednesday afternoon.
Monday afternoon Thelma Warren entertained quite a number of her little friends at the home of Mrs. S. W. Dean, the occasion being Thelma's ninth birthday. Games were played, pictures were made, stories and riddles were enjoyed by the happy group, until all were called in the dining room, which was beautifully decorated in golden bunch sweet peas, where Mrs. Dean, assisted by Miss Mary Morgan, served delicious ice cream and cake.
School opened Monday morning with an enrollment of 252. The outlook for a successful term is bright, with Prof. Purdon and his able assistants. It is understood work of enlarging the school building will begin shortly.
The many friends of Mrs. Nannie McLaughlin regret to learn that she has typhoid fever.
Mrs. J. O. Baggett and attractive little daughters, Alice and Alma, have returned from Jacksonville and White Springs, where they spent several days with relatives.
Mrs. Herbert Carroll and children are visiting relatives in Troy.
The revival, which was to have started at the Baptist church the 21st, has been postponed for a few weeks, on account of the illness of the Rev. I. I. Roberts, who is to conduct the meeting.
|Notice for Tax Deed
Notice is hereby given that (Miss) Sallie B. Harrison, purchaser of tax certificate No. 29 dated teh 6th day of August, A. D. 1925, has filed said certificate in my office and has made application for tax deed to issue in accordance with law. Said certificate embraces the following described property situated in Gadsden county, Florida, to wit:
Two acres in SW corner of NE 1/2 of NE 1/2 Section (9) Tp. (3) N. Range (6) West.
The said land being assessed at the date of hte issuance of such certificate in the notice of Unknown.
Unless said certificate shall be released according to law tax deed will issue thereon on the 26th day of October, A. D. 1925.
|Card of Thanks
We, the undersigned sons of the late Mrs. Anna Hargrove, and other relatives, return our sincere thanks to the many friends whose
kindness and attention contributed to relieve the suffering of her long illness and whose sympathy was shown by attendance at
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