Excerpted from the Gadsden County Times Newspaper, Quincy.
Articles were photographed by Angela Cassidy and typed by Eunice Herren.
Where the full names of people are known, they have been added in parentheses by Angela Cassidy.
|Hunter is Charged with Shooting Game Out Season
Alexander C. Bell, of Concord, was arrested yesterday by Ed Graves, deputy game warden, charged with shooting wild game out of season. The warden charges Bell with killing two young turkeys. Bell was arrested in Gadsden county near the Georgia line and brought to Quincy with the turkeys.
|Half Negro Schools in County Now Open
About half of the negro schools in the county are now open and the remainder will open from time to time as teachers are availabel. There seems to be a scaritiy of negro teachers in the county and teachers who are used in one school transfer to another at the close of the term. There are 45 schools in the county and 22 are now open.
|Concord School to Open Next Monday
Concord school will open Monday, August 22, it has been announced by Superintendent C. H. Gray, while the following MOnday, August 29, will have the opening of Greensboro, Sycamore, Flat Creek, Pine Grove and Mt. Pleasant. Teaching staffs have been arranged for all these schools and successful terms are looked forward to.
|Anderson Has Narrow Escape from Serious Injury Wednesday
Roland Anderson, electrician for the Gadsden Electric Co., had the flesh stripped from three fingers on his left hand when the mixer in the Quincy Bakery in which he was attempting to discover lost motion caught his left hand severly mutilating the index and two adjacent fingers. He was investigation a peculiar noise in the operation of the mixer and the motor had been shut off. Had the motor been running it would undoubtedly have amputated his hand if not drawn arm into the mixer. The mixing bein contains a rotary mixer that barely misses coming into contact with the sides and botton and to look at it it would not seem possible for such an accident to happen.
|City Building Permits Show Progress Made|
Several New Residences and Much Repair Work Provided For
Recent building permits issued by the city building inspector show that a healthy constructive and repair work going on in Quincy. One of the permits is to J. E. Pittman for the erection of six bungalows just off Jefferson street near the hospital, each of them to cost $1,500. A permit has been issued to Steedley and Graves for the erection of a store building on Roberts street for $3,000. The building will be of brick, one story high. Other permits are:
Sam Hawkins, repairs and alterations to residence on West King street, $1.000.
In additon there were a number of other permits calling for minor repairs.
|Negro Jailed On Hog-Stealing Charge
Frank Hartsfield, negro, is in the county jail charged with stealing hogs. There are two counts against him. Bond has been set at $500 in one offense and $250 in the other which has not been furnished. He will be tried at the term of court beginning September 12.
Miss Catherine Davis of Jacksonville is spending a while here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Davis.
Professor and Mrs. J. E. Moses and Miss Elizabeth Davis have returned home from Gainesville, where they attended summer school.
Mrs. Katie Lou Brewer and two sons, William and Howard, of Macon are the guests of Miss Jessie Brewer.
Miss Marie Behrens of Ft. Lauderdale was the guest of Mrs. Carl Green one day last week.
Miss Maude DuPree of Tallahassee spent the week-end here with her parents, Rev. and Mrs. DuPree.
Miss Zadie Clark of River Junction is spending this week here with her aunt, Mrs. W. J. Brogdon.
Wilma Strickland has returned to his home in Sopchoppy; he was accompanied home by Abel Strickland.
Rupert Strickland of Cordele, Ga., spent last week here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Strickland.
Mr. and Mrs. Truluck of Lakeland are guests of Mrs. Pitts.
Mrs. Louise Glass and little daughter, Florence, of Attapulgus spent the week-end here as guests of Mrs. O. P. Greene.
Mrs. M. L. Lindsay and Misses Ruby Linday and Mildred Johnston returned to their home in Lockhart, Ala., Friday; they were accompanied home by Miss Geleta Fletcher.
Miss Catherine Shepard is visiting her sister, Mrs. Robinson in Charleston, S. C.
Mrs. Brown and three children of West Palm Beach spent last week here with Mrs. Granger.
Mrs. Parrish and two children, Miss Virginia and Saunders, of Dothan spent last week here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. McMullian.
Misses Iva Dell and Frankie McCoy, Clyde Harrison and Thelma Johnson have returned home from Tallahassee, where they attended summer school.
Mrs. L. H. Booth and Otha Booth are visiting relatives in Waycross, Ga.
Miss Lynda Cumbie of Havana was a visitor here Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Campbell and children, Bert Tell and Edward Hents Fletcher, are visiting Dr. and Mrs. E. B. Fletcher in Leesburg.
Miss Lorena Scott spent last week in Chattahoochee as guest of Miss Whiddon.
|Negress Arrested on House-Breaking Charge
Rosebell Brooks, negress, has been arrested and jailed on charge of breaking and entering, which is alleged to have been committed in the Skipper quarters. Bond for $250 has not been made.
|Two are Fined for Hunting Deer with Fire and No License
O. J. Brockett and Will Atkinson appeared before Judge Thomson this week charged with hunting deer with spot light and without license. They were fined $10 for each offense and 30 days in jail. The latter was suspended on good behavior. Fines and costs amounted to $54.64. The arrest was made by Messrs. Strickland, McCollum, Graves and Hopkins.
|Contractor Rushes Work on School at Mt. Pleasant
Work on the new Mt. Pleasant school building is being pushed forward rapidly by the contractor and it will be ready for the opening of the term August 29. w. S. Snider, local contractor, has a crew of men working on the water tank and water will be available when the school is open. The electric light plant will not be installed until a later date.
|Work on New Havana School is Progressing
Work on the new Havana school building which has been under way for some time is progressing nicely, according to C. H. Gray, superintendent of public instruction. The contractors have promised that the class room will be finished in time for the term of school which will begin on September 15. Originally it was expected that the entire job would be completed by that date, but weather conditions interferred and a scarcity of plasterers caused a delay. The work is being done by Christopher & Co. of Jacksonville. The school will open without the auditorium, which will not prevent classes being held while the remainder of the work is completed.
Woman's Club Meeting
Quite a number of Gretna's young people attended the B. Y. P. U. federation at River Junction last Friday night.
Mrs. J. E. Wall and baby son returned Friday from a visit with relatives in Jacksonville and points in south Georgia.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Gilchrist and children of River Junction were visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Thompson Thursday afternoon.
Miss Sarah Griffin returned Monday from a visit of three weeks duration with relatives in Jacksonville, Starke and Waldo.
J. E. Thompson made a business trip to Marianna last Friday.
Miss Hazel Virginia Watson returned Friday from Tallahassee, where she spent a week with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Herndon and son and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carson and daughter of Jacksonville were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Duncan Humphrey.
W. H. Thompson and his house guests, Captain and Mrs. James G. Thompson, left last Monday for a week's visit with relatives in Sanford, Tampa and St. Petersburg.
Wm. Humphrey of Miami is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Humphrey.
Mr. and Mrs. Cortell Edwards spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Timmons.
Mrs. D. McN. (Duncan McNair) Humphrey spent Thursday with relatives in Tallahassee.
Miss Ruth Bailey of Quincy spent the week-end with her sister, Mrs. Lane Timmons.
Mr.and Mrs. Oscar Vickers were visiting relatives here last Saturday.
Mrs. George Ann Bassett, after an illness of several years duration, passed away at her home here last Monday morning. Funeral services were at the Presbyterian church Tuesday morning. Interment at Sunny Dell Cemetery. Much sympathy is felt for the bereaved family.
|Two Win Prizes in Fishing Contest
The last two prizes in Rod Shaw's fishing contest were won by J. R. Bevis and Charles Guy, Jr. Bevis got his minnow with a 3 pound 13 ounce bass taken from Telogia creek just below McKeown's mill pond, and Charles Guy won his with a 1 pound 5 ounce bass caught in Quincy creek with live bait.
Mrs. R. J. Scott and children of Sarasota have been visiting relatives in Tallahassee, Woodville and Midway.
Mrs. Ida Levy has returned home from a visit to her son in Jacksonville.
Mrs. James Maxwell and children of Pahokee, who have been visiting relatives in Georgia for the past few weeks, will soon return home.
Mrs. Thomas Watkins of Gainesville is visiting her mother, Mrs. Lottie Maxwell.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Gates have returned home from a visit to the latter's parents in Jackson, Ala.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Reese motored to Woodville Sunday to attend a union meeting.
School will open September 5.
We are looking forward to a revival meeting to begin here September 19. Everybody cordially invited.
Howard Busby of Calera, Ala., is spending a fortnight with his sister, Mrs. Henry Robertson.
Misses Mary and Bessie Sapp returned a few days ago from Attapulgus, where they visited friends.
A beautiful string of Lake Jackson bream and bass was brought in Saturday morning by G. G. Jarard, one of the most successful fishermen of Gadsden county.
The small boys of Gibson have organized a company and are constructing a dam across a small stream. The expected result is a nice swimming pool.
|Mt. Pleasant News
Mrs. Wiggins and children of Carrabelle are visiting her father, T. A. Williams.
Misses Ester Johnson and Helen Payne, who have been visiting relatives and friends here, left Saturday for their home in Mobile.
Mr. and Mrs. John Laing of Hison moved here last week. Mr. Laing ahs contracted to drive a school truck. We welcome them to our community.
Misses Sallie, Edna and Dorothy Williams have returned to their home in Valdosta, Ga., after a pleasant visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Booth.
Mrs. J. W. Shaw of Tallahassee spent the week-end with her daughter, Mrs. D. S. Martin, and family.
Arthur Williams and daughter, Ruby, of Leesburg, arrived Tuesday for a visit to relatives and friends.
Mrs. G. H. Shepart and children of Tallahassee spent the week-end here with relatives.
Rev. Cole of the Tallahassee district preached a splendid sermon at Glen Julia church Sunday morning and held quarterly conference in the afternoon.
Major Rudd opened his filling station Friday with Thomas Howell as manager.
Malissa Mae Holman came home Sunday, after a weeks' visit with relatives in Havana.
Mr. and Mrs. Annis, son and daughter, of Attapulgus, were visiting Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Grubb, Jr., Sunday.
O. C. Duke of Faceville was a business visitor here Tuesday.
Payne Savage left Saturday for Piedmont, Ala., on a visit to his parents.
Mrs. T. L. Nixon returned home Tuesday from Alamo, Ga., where she visited her mother for two weeks.
Mrs. Ida Smith had as her guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Andrews of Marianna.
Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Patronis of Tallahassee spent Sunday in Quincy with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Gregory and children left Thursday for a visit of a week to Columbia, S. C.
Wm. Rogers of Savannah, Ga., arrived last week and is visiting at the home of his sister, Mrs. J. B. Price.
Miss Alice Morgan left Friday for Jacksonville, where she will visit relatives and friends for two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. MacGowan, Miss Janet MacGowan and Miss ELizabeth Shaw returned Monday from a week's visit to Panama City.
Dr. and Mrs. G. E. Boring and family returned home Sunday form Dade City, where they visited relatives for a week.
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Yon, former residents of Quincy, now of Winter Park, are spending the week-end here with friends.
Get your fall and winter suit from the Globe man at The J. S. Shaw Co., Thursday, Friday and Saturday, August 25, 26 and 27. ad 1t
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Cooper and son, J. W., left Sunday for a thirty-day trip to Richmond, Va., and other points.
Mrs. Solomon Owens and Miss Mamie Owens of Dogtown spent Tuesday with their sister, Mrs. F. C. Millirons.
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Millirons and family were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Owens at their home in Dogtown Sunday.
Ben Woodbery, James Shaw and Guerney Kennedy left Monday to spend a few days on a camp at Panacea Springs.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Oliver left Monday for their home in York, Pa., after a visit of several weeks here with Mrs. Oliver's mother, Mrs. F. H. May.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth MacGowan and children visited at the home of Mrs. MacGowan's mother, Mrs. C. C. Leman, in Tallahassee Sunday.
Miss Rose Brambett has returned to her home in Greenville, S. C., after a visit of two weeks in Quincy at the home of Dr. and Mrs. S. T. Matthews.
Miss Mary McCall, who has been the guest of her sister, Mrs.J. D. Archer, for a few days, left today for Monticello.
Miss Anna Jane Anderson of Tallahassee arrived Tuesday for a visit with Mrs. A. A. Key at her country home at Lillian Springs.
Mr. and Mrs, R. H. Hopkins left Friday for Elgin, Ill., where they will spend two weeks visiting Mr. Hopkins' parents.
Miss Grace Gardner of Greensboro spent Friday here with Miss Susie Mae Millirons enroute to Tallahassee, where she was the week-end guest of Miss Anna Jane Anderson.
Carl Fryer of Blakely, Ga., visited in Quincy over the week-end, coming over to bring Mrs. Fryer and two children for a week's visit with Mrs. Fryer's mother, Mrs. Ida Smith.
Sid Leiberman, the Globe man, will be at The J. S. Shaw Company Thursday, Friday and Saturday, August 25,26, 27. 1t
Mrs. Will Lester and daughter, Sara Clare, of Jacksonville visited in Quincy Tuesday with Mrs. E. B. Woodbery, going on to Havana to spnet a few days with Mrs. Dixon Lester.
Mrs. E. C. Behrens and daughter, Miss Marie Behrens, who have been visiting here for the past two months, the former with Mrs. Felix Littman and the latter at school in Tallahassee, left Friday with Herbert bBehrens for their home in Fort Lauderdale.
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Price left by auto Sunday for a visit to Atlanta.
Mrs. Ira Brown and son of Noma were guests of relatives here Sunday.
Miss Nannie Lee Johnson visited relatives in Amersterdam, Ga., over the week-end.
Sheriff G. S. Gregory left Monday night for Morristown, Ind., on a business trip.
Miss Annie Sowell of Ocala spent the week-end in Quincy with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Sowell.
Joe Averitt of Fowlstown spent Tuesday here with his brother, Abner Averitt.
Dr. and Mrs. W. S. Bell and family left Saturday for Gadsden and other pointsd to spend a week with relatives.
Dr. J. C. Davis left Sunday for Atlanta, where he was called to attend the operation of his son, Julian.
Mrs. W. G. Harrison and son, Graham, are expected home the last of the week from a visit with relatives in Marion, S. C.
For a suit that is a suit at a price you can afford to pay, see Leiberman at The J. S. Shaw Co., Thursday, Friday and Saturday, August 25, 26 and 27. 1t
Mr. and Mrs. Byron Bevis and son motored to Greenwood Sunday and spent the day with Mr. Bevis' parents.
Mr. and Mrs. George Watson and family returned home Saturday from a visit with relatives in Miami and other points in southern Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. Gwynn Crawford and family of Tallahassee motored to Quincy Saturday and spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Gregory.
Mrs. Wm. Morris, who spent last week here with Mrs. E. H. Jernigan, left Saturday for her home in Freeport.
Mrs. Bascom Mahaffey and baby daughter of Jacksonville arrived last week for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mahaffey.
Mrs. Pearl Woodward and mother, Mrs. Butler, who are making their home in Havana, visited relatives here Tuesday.
Latest styles and newest fabrics, Want Them? Then see Sid Leiberman, the Globe man at The J. S. Shaw Co., Thursday, Friday and Saturday, August 25, 26 and 27. 1t
Misses Lavitre McGraw and Elvira Creel, Robert Armstrong and Herbert Day motored to Panama City Sunday and visited for the day.
Mrs. Quincy Williams and family returned home Friday night from Hendersonville, N. C., where they visited for a month.
W. A. Hendrix of Jacksonville was a visitor in Quincy for the week-end, being the guest of Mrs. J. W. Hendrix and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Obie Watson and daughter, Eleanor, left Sunday for Atlanta, where they will spend the week with relatives.
Mrs. Horace Ehle and daughter, Martha, who have been the guests of Mrs. R. E. Cantey for the past few weeks, left Saturday for their home in Decatur, Ga.
Mrs. H. K. Beggs and two children of Barberville visited here Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Jernigan. Mrs. Jernigan and daughter, Jean, accompanied them home to spend a week.
Mrs. Bat Ottinger and niece, Miss Clare Ottinger, and Miss Dorothy Stein, who have been on a visit to Panama City for the past three weeks, returned home Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Sweger and son, Jack, left in their car Saturday for Cloudland, Ga. Mr. Sweger will return home the last of the week, leaving Mrs. Sweger and Jack to spend the remainder of the summer.
Roy Smith and son, Leroy, left by motor Saturday for West Palm Beach, going down to accompany home Mrs. Smith and Miss Annie Mae Smith, who has been visiting Mrs. J. M. Marlin for two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Pound and daughter, accompanied by Mrs. Pound's mother, Mrs. C. L. Neff, who was her guest for a week, left Saturday for Perry. Mr. Pound returned home Sunday, leaving Mrs. Pound and daughter for a two weeks' visit.
Of course you want your fall and winter suit to be the best you can buy for the money. Then see the Globe man at The J. S. Shaw Co., Thursday, Friday and Saturday, August 25, 26 and 27. 1t
Mrs. P. H. Thomas and children and Mrs. Ruby Collins returned home Saturday from Meridian, Miss., where they visited relatives for a week. They were accompanied home by Misses Elizabeth and Frances Gray Thomas, who have been visiting there for a month.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. McKeown left by auto Sunday for Atlanta to spend the week. While there Mrs. McKeown will buy fall and winter hats to be on display at The J. S. Shaw Co. during fall opening to be held early in September.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Wilson and children returned home Friday from a week's visit with relatives in Talbotton, Ga. They were accompanied home by the former's mother, Mrs. W. R. Wilson, who was their guest until Wednesday when she returned to Tabotton.
Mr. and Mrs. Y. L. Watson and son, Frank, and daughter, Sarah, left in their car Saturday for Tallulah Falls, Ga., where they were joined by Y. L. Watson, Jr., who has been in camp there for two months. Mr. Watson and family will return home after spending two weeks in North Carolina, leaving Mrs. Watson at the Pisgah sanitarium, near Asheville, N. C., to stay until October.
Mrs. J. W. Hendrix and daughter, Marguerite, and son, Buster, and Miss Kate Stuart Blitch expect to leave Saturday for Jacksonville to spend several days with relatives. They will be accompanied home by Miss Helen Hendrix, who has been visiting relatives there for the past month.
Mrs. George Munroe and daughter, Miss Alice Munroe, and Miss Sara Curtis left last week for a visit to Daytona Beach. Miss Curtis will visit her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Curtis.
A. T. Hearin accompanied Mrs. Hearin to Clearwater Beach last week and left from there Sunday for New York to buy fall and winter goods for Love & Hearin Co.
Miss May Smith had as her guests Monday evening Mr. and Mrs. warder Smith of Fryer's Point, Miss., and Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Ogilvie, of Tallahassee.
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hatcher are spending the week in Georgia visitng relatives of Mr. Hatcher.
Mrs. W. E. Curry of Alamo, Ga., arrived Tuesday for a visit with her sister, Mrs. T. L. Nixon.
Major Joe Dixon, who has been spending the summer in the Ozark mountains, arrived in Quincy Friday and will visit here for a few weeks, before going to Ward to spend the winter at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Langston.
Miss Lottie Mae Dees will return home today from a several weeks visit to Mayo and other points.
James Dees returned home Friday from a several days' visit with friends and relatives in Day.
S. S. Steedley, who has been employed by the Graves Bros. Lumber Co. for some timee, has moved to Quincy. Mr. Steedley and charming wife and children will be missed greatly by the Hosford people.---Bristol Free Press.
Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Pitts will leave in their car Sunday for Macon, Ga., to visit relatives for a day or two They will be accompanied home by their daughter, Miss Edna Mae Pitts, who has been a guest of relatives there for several weeks. On the return trip they will spend several days with Mr. Pitts' brother in Adel.
Rev. and Mrs. Henry Holmes and daughter of Monticello are visiting at the home of Mrs. Holmes' parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Budd, Sr.
Mrs. Z. D. Andrews and children left by motor Sunday for Hampton, Ga., where the latter will visit their grandmother for the week, Mrs. Andrews going on to Atlanta to buy fall and winter millinery for the Lucille Shoppe. She will be met in Atlanta by her sister, who has been in New York buying ready-to-wer for the local establishment. Mrs. Andrews will return home next week and soon after her return will have her fall opening.
Mesdames Joe. E. and C. R. Cross and children and sister-in-law Miss Alice Cross, were visitors in Greensboro Wednesday afternoon.
Miss Lillian Shelfer and Mr. L. F. Symmes were quietly married at the home of the bride's mother in Havana at an early hour Friday morning, August 12. The immediate family and a few other relatives gathered in the living room, which was prettily decorated with cut flowers, where the ceremony was performed by Rev. Howell of the First Methodist church. J. L. Furgerson, of Tampa, a cousin of the bride, was their only attendant.
Mr. Symmes is a son of L. F. Symmes, Sr., an influential and progressive citizen of Hillsboro county. Miss Shelfer was born and reared in Havana and is a fine and popular young woman. A host of friends wish them a long and happy life.
The happy young couple left immediately after the ceremony for Tampa, where they will reside.
|Curry Family Reunion at Hinson This Week
The annual reunion of the Curry fammy is being held this week at the home of H. C. Curry in Hinson. This is an interesting event each year and is usually held inn Hawkinsville, Ga., but was this year changed to Gadsden county. Among those in attendance are Mrs. John H. Martin and A. D. Curry, Hawkinsville, Ga.; Dr. A. B. Curry and Miss Jane Curry, Memphis, Tenn.; Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Curry, Henry Curry, and Mrs. Flossie Curry, Hinson. Many relatives from Quincy and other points will visit at the scene of the reunion which will run into next week, having begun yesterday. Old friends of the family will also gather to vist and reminesce with members of this family. There were originally nine sons and one daughter.
|Mrs. Archer Hostess Honor Miss McCall
Mrs. J. D. Archer entertained the members of her club and a few invited guests at a card party Wednesday afternoon at her home complimenting her sister, Miss Mary McCall, of Monticello. The living and dining room were attractively decorated with baskets and bowls of asters and fern, carrying out a ping and green color motif. Two tables of players were invited to be with Miss McCall and scores were kept on tallies in pink old-fashioned girl designs. When scores were totaled Mrs. Sam Anderson held high score and received a perfume holder, fashioned as a pink lady of the sixties. Miss Lila Luten was consoled with a dainty powder puff. The honoree was given a piece of silk lingerie as a memento of the occasion. Following the game covers were laid and refreshments of fruit salad, sandwiches, saltine, potato chips, iced tea, pineapple ice cream and angel food cake were served.
|Interest Grows in The Quincy Library
A steadily growing interest is reportyed to be manifested in the Quincy library. While the subscription list of members has not attained the size the partrons had expected at this date there is a continued increase in the patronage.
The library is starting off on a sustaining basis. Its only source of income is the two dollar membership fee. This entitles the member or anyone in his family to draw one book at a time.
The directors acknowledge valued contributions of books from the following; Mrs. W. M. Corry, Mrs. H. E. Corry, Mrs. W. F. Grave, Mrs. A. J. Stein, Mrs.Lafar Lipscomb. Also the rather comprehensive list of titles, contributed several years ago to the initial effort to establish a library, many of which came from the private library of W. L. MacGowan and family.
The library is situated in the annex of the old academy at the corner of King and Adams streets. It is open on Wednesday and Saturday afternoons from 4 until 6 o'clock. Facilities are available for adult readers as well as children. No fee is required for use of the faciities at the library.
|Mrs. Cox Host to The Senior G. A.'S
Miss Willie Mae Cox was hostess to the members of the Senior G. A. of the First Baptist church Monday afternoon at the her home. An interesting program was arranged on "Latin America," and led by Mrs. S. T. Matthews. Refreshments of ice cream and cake were served.
Circle No. 3 of the Baptist W. M. U. held its regular monthly meeting at the church Monday at 4 o;clock. Following the business session an interesting program was rendered, after which the ladies adjourned to the primary department where a delicious picnic lunch was served, each lady having brought a basket. A delightful social hour was enjoyed by all. Next meeting will be with Mrs. R. F. Godard, September 19.
|[Individual Social Items used as filler throughout the newspaper]
Mr. and Mrs. F. P. May, Jr., went to St. Marks early Monday morning where they boarded a small open boat and motored around to Lanark, reaching there a few hours before the storm struck Carabelle. They will return Friday.
Miss Alice Cross spent last week in Greensboro as the guest of Mrs. Lee McPherson.
|Week's Arrival at Hotel Quincy
W. J. Kilbon, Jacksonville; F. H. Cobb, Jr., Milton; W. S. Jones, Redman, Ga.; B. W. Bray, New Orleans; R. L. Kenibrough, Goldsboro, N. C.; Geo Gould, Savannah, Ga.; E. B. Patterson and wife, Kansas City, Mo.; E. W. Curtright, New York; A. P. Leddon, Albany, Ga.; F. A. Grace, St. Augustine; Miss K. Nickles, Jacksonville; N. B. Godman, Mobile, Ala.; Net Christopher, Jacksonville; T. E. Meredith, Tampa' C. C. Fuqua and wife, Hillard, Fla.; T. R. Thompson and wife, St. Leo, Fla.; A. D. Greson, St. Louis; J. L. Washburn, Jacksonville; W. S. Cowan and wife, Miami; H. A. Harry and wife, Pensacola; W. F. Dillon, New Orleans; F. H. King, Jacksonville; J. T. Robertson, Atlanta; L. d. Robinson, Wadesboro, N. C.; Miss Callie Mae, Tallahassee; D. I. Rainey, Tallahassee; F. W. Lawson and wife, Norfolk, Va.; J. H. Ellis, Macon, Ga.; R. E. Barker, Bonifay, Fla.; T. E. Munkee and wife, New Smyrna, Fla.; I. N. Whiteside, Chester, N. C.; C. W. Bressler, Waco, Texas; J. H. Dawson, Atlanta; E. J. Butler, Jacksonville; C. E. Ward, Dothan; L. M. Grossman, New Orleans; O. H. Classway, Jacksonville; W. L. Hobson and family, Birmingham; W. A. Harris, Atlanta; S. P. Bowen, Jacksonville; U. Reed and family, Birmingham; I. N. Whiteside, Chester, S. C.; H. B. Pelham, Jackson, Miss.; W. S. Howard, Monticello; J. J. Foote, Atlanta; S. Blum and family, Jacksonville; S. R. Albert, Greensboro, N. C.; E. N. Miller and wife, Clearwater; Jerry W. Carter and wife, Tallahassee; Frank Webb, Tallahassee; J. c. goodwin and family, Gainesville; W. G. Ener, Pensacola; A. H. Lind, Elgin, Ill.; J. U. Willis, Jacksonville; Maud Sheeham, Tallahassee; D. W. Plowden and family, Valdosta, Ga.; L. B. Johnson, White Springs, Fla.; M. B. Monk, Gainesville; F. M. Perry, Jacksonville; F. S. Perry, Jacksonville; N. Forshee, Brewton, Ala.; L. T. Forshee, Brewton, Ala.; P. H. Sane, Jacksonville; g. N. O'Quinn, Geneva, Ala.; Dr. and Mrs. H. L. Ball, Panama City; B. H. Williamson, Jacksonville; L. B. Stange, Herman, Texas; E. M. Foeler, Jr., Chipley; W. B. Adams, Dothan, Ala.; J. L. Adams, Dothan, Ala.; J. H. Wynn, Dothan, Ala.; Geo. Malphus, Lake City; A. Humphries, New Orleans; J. L. Lasseter, Dawson, Ga.; I. M. Diggan, Valdosta, Ga.
Announcement is made of the engagement of Miss Thelma Griner of Greensboro to Mr. Frank Dean of Providence. No date. This announcement will be of great interest to their manky friends and relatives.
W. M. U. Meets
Mrs. Shelton Lemon left Monday night for Oklahoma, where she will join her husband to make their future home.
Miss Dorothy Byrd is visiting in Port St. Joe.
Mr. and Mrs. Asa McKeithern of Tallahassee were visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Runkle Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bradley of Jacksonville were guests of their sister, Mrs. George Shaw, several days recently.
Mrs. W. O. Brewer of Macon, Ga., was visiting friends here this week.
Rev. Charles Lamb was a dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Baggett Sunday.
Mrs. L. J. Glenn and children were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Parrish Tuesday.
Tom Fletcher of Flat Creek was the guest of Fletcher Barr Wednesday night.
Miss Edna Johnson returned home Wednesday after spending several days here visiting. She was accompanied by Miss Trudie Whittle.
Mrs. M. F. Whittle has returned home, after visiting relatices in Faceville.
Henry Haire and Mrs. T. O. Haire were visitors here Monday.
Mrs. B. F. Rowan visited with her mother, Mrs. J. A. Barr, Thursday afternoon.
Twelve representatives from Sycamore B. Y. P. U. were present at the federation in River Junction Friday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Haire were visitors here this week.
Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Johnson and children and William Johnson were guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Johnson, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Parker and children, Misses Carrie Potter, Ben Johnson, Ed Ferrell and Miss Girdie Wilder were guests of Miss Eva Sue Harbin Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Parrish and children and Miss Inez Jones spent Sunday in blountstown visiting their many friends and relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Rowan attended the bedside of Mrs. Lindsey Smith Sunday.
Arthur Watson and Miss Ruby Smith were in the community Sunday afternoon.
After spending a few days in Panacea Springs, Mr. and Mrs. J. E Jones have returned to their home.
Mr. Rider of Tallahassee was among friends of the community Friday night and Saturday morning of last week.
The Senior B. Y. P. U. was represented at the Gadsden County B. Y. P. U. Federation in River Junction Friday night.
A number from the community were in Flat Creek Sunday afternoon for the preaching services conducted by Dr. S. T. Matthews.
Mrs. Sally Shepard has been confined to her bed the past week or two.
Mr. and Mrs. Worth Suber and children were in Quincy Friday afternoon.
Mrs. R. A. Richards and children spent Sunday afternoon with C. E. Blount and family.
Misses Edna and Hallie Suber have recently been spending a few days with relatives in Jacksonville.
Quite a number of the community and surrounding communities gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Fletcher Wednesday night an d enjoyed games and chicken pilau until a late hour.
Mrs. D. H. Anderson and girls, Bernice and Mavis, were in Greensboro Saturday afternoon visiting Mrs. Anderson's sister, Mrs. D. L. Ferrell.
There will be preaching services here Saturday and Sunday, the beginning of the series of meetings, Dr. Matthews doing the preaching. Invations are extended to all who may wish to attend any or all of these services.
Mrs. Glories of Jacksonville has been among her people at home of Mr. and Mrs. Forest Hayes the past week or two. Mrs. Glories will be remembered as Miss Gladys Rudd.
Mrs. E. E. Carter and little daughter, Josephine, and Miss Mary Anne ofJacksonville arrived at the home of J. E. Dean Monday. Mrs. Carter returned to Jacksonville Wednesday, the others remained over for a visit of a few weeks.
After spending a few days in Apalachicola with relatives, Mrs. Stokes returned home, accompanied by her daughter, Mrs. Petty, and her baby for a few days visit.
Mrs. I. Edenfield and little son are spending a number of days with J. S. Chason and relatives.
The following is from the Marianna Times Courier:
A wedding coming as a complete surprise but creating much interest both in Marianna and Quincy was that of Miss Elizabeth Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Smith, of Quincy, and Mr. Homer Brooks, of this city. The ceremony was performed by and at the home of Judge Thomson, in the presence of only a few friends. Mrs. Brooks graduated this past June from the Quincy High schools and was a popular member of the younger set in her home town. Mr. Brooks holds a responsible position with the McCaskill Motor Company and has many friends here who extend a cordial welcome to his bride and wish them a long and happy life. Mr. and Mrs. Brooks are pleasantly located in an apartment at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Talley on South Market street.
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Jernigan announce the marriage of their daughter, Valeta to Mr. Carl Rudio. The wedding was solemnized Thursday evening in Marianna at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Sharpless. Rev. Bickerstaff, presiding elder, performed the ring ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Rudio returned to Quincy Friday and are making their home for the present with Mr. and Mrs. Walter McKeown. Mrs. Rudio is a young woman of charming personality. She is employed in the ready-to wear department of The J. S. Shaw Co. Mr. Rudio has made Quincy his home for several years, coming here from New York state to be golf instructor at the Quincy Country Club. He is now working at Corbett Furniture Co. The young couple have many friends who wish them much happiness.
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