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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.
|Body Negro Woman Found In Slue on Little River Sun.
The body of Angelina Mack, an aged negress, who disappeared from her home on the W. L. Taylor Plantation about twelve miles south of Quincy three weeks ago, was found in a slue near Little River several yards from her home by several negro men Sunday. After viewing the body Monday Justice Greer decided no inquest was necessary, indications being that she was accidentally drowned. It is believed she fell into the slue while attempting to get water.
Deputy Sheriffs Rudd and Long of Sheriff Gregory's office will return tonight from Mobile, Ala., where they went yesterday to return to Quincy for trail Mack Mills, a white man, charged with seduction.
|Monthly Meeting of Missionary Society
The Baptist Woman's Missionary Society held its regular monthly inspirational meeting at the church Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
The meeting was in charge of Mrs. W. W. Johnson, chairman of Circle No. 2. Program follows:
The meeting was opened by song and prayer.
Delicious refreshments were served by Circle No. 3.
|Contract Let Monday Havana School Building
Contract for the construction of a new school building at Havana was awarded Monday by the county board of public instruction to Ned Christopher, Jacksonville contractor. Mr. Christopher's bid was $41,940, less allowance of $2,800 for brick salvaged from the old buildings destroyed by fire.
The successful bidder was the lowest of eight competing contractors and was slightly above the architect's estimate of the cost.
The building will consist of 16 class rooms, principal's office, library, auditorium, cloak rooms, etc. It will be two stories high and will take place of the two buildings formerly used to accommodate the pupils. The contract provides for completion September 15, in time for the opening of school for the term this fall. Actual work will be under way within the next two weeks, according to announcment of Mr. Christopher.
|Negroes Fight with Brick and Knife
As a result of a quarrel between Lee Clary and Robert Kendrick Sunday afternoon charges of disorderly conduct and fighting have been docketed aginst the two negroes in city court. Trail of the cares was postponed awaiting developments in the case of Clary, who was stabbed in the back by Kendrick. Both are out under bond.
The trouble between the two men arose when Clary says he went ot the assistance of an old negro man whom Kendrick was choking. Drawing a pocket knife Clary says Kendrick advanced upon him and in self-defense he hit him in the head with a brick, knocking him down. The knife was handed by Clary to another negro who returned it to its owner and when Clary had his back turned Clary says he was stabbed by Kendrick.
|Mrs. Archer Injured in Auto Accident Wed.
Mrs. J. D. Archer, society editorof the Gadsden County Times, sustained a small cut in her left hand and suffered bruises on the left side yesterday forenoon, when a car in which she was riding collided with another and was turned over on West King street.
|[Loose socials used as filler throughout the newspaper]
Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Cox and children, together with Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Cox, motored to Malone Sunday and spent the day with relatives. Mrs. G. O. Cox's mother, Mrs. H. K. Herring, and little daughter, Louise, returned home with her and will be with her until Sunday.
L. R. (Lee Roy) Walsh and S. D. Lain of Hinson were in Quincy Thursday afternoon on business.
Mrs. Fletcher Ward entertained a number of little tots at a party Friday afternoon, honoring her little daughter, Betty Jane's second birthday. Games were played and the little guests were presented with lovely May baskets filled with candy. Delicious ice cream and cake were served.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Martin and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Edwards motored to Tallahassee Sunday afternoon, going over to take Misses Pauline Edwards and Marguerite Hendrix back to the Woman's College.
Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Harris and Mr.s Neal Faircloth left Tuesday for DeFuniak Springs to attend a meeting of the DeFuniak Chapter, O. E. S., the occasion being the offical visit of the Grand Matron, Mrs. Elvira Jamieson Mank.
Mrs. J. M. Rowan returned to her home in River Junction last week after a delightful visit to relatives in Jacksonville, Ft. Pierce and West Palm Beach. She was a delegate to the annual meeting of the Grand Chapter O. E. s. in Tampa.
Mr. and Mrs. Y. L. Watson had a telegram from their son, Frank, Saturday advising that none of the students were injured when the medical building of the University of Georgia at Augusta caught fire Friday night, destroying one wing of the building and a large part of the library. Due to the prompt action of the students a number of the old volumes were saved from the flames. ---------
The closing exercises of Gretna grammar school Friday night were splendid and much enjoyed by the large audience. Certificates were pre- sented to the following graduates:
Misses Sara Margaret Watson, Ella Wilson and Fay Brockman. Saturday morning, with J. A. Davis, Mesdames J. W. Thompson and D. E. Griffin as chaperones, the school went to Mosquito creek, where they found a nice bathing pool and had a delightful picnic.
Quincy Woman Elected to Responsible Positions
Miss Mary Wood Davis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Davis, of Quincy, has accepted the position of secretary-treasurer of the South Memphin (Tenn.) Land Co., to which she was elected by the board of directors of the company.
Last Wednesday at the home of Mrs. W. P. Chalmers the Gretna Woman's Club held one of the best meetings of the year. A good percent of the membership was present and roll call was answered by items of interest. After adjournment of the business meeting a program on Mother's Day was rendered. At the close of the meeting the hostess served delicious cream and cake. Mrs. Paul Lewis and daughter of Tallahassee spent Saturday night at the home of Mrs. D. Humphrey.
Mrs. D. E. Griffin and children and Mrs. J. C. Wall and baby, Misses Sara Margaret and Hazel Virginia Watson and Lynette THompson attended the May party at Mt. Pleasant Thursday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Thompson, Jr., of Tallahassee visited relatives here Sunday afternoon.
Miss Ruth Woodbery of Havana is visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Gray.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Watson were business visitors to Quincy Friday morning.
Mrs. J. W. Thompson was visiting relatives in Juniper Thursday afternoon.
Mrs. Lucy Dykes of Tallahassee spent the week-end here with relatives.
Mrs. W. N. Bassett, Hugh and Edith EArle Bassett, and Mrs. C. C. Moseley spent Saturday in Thomasville.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thompson and children spent Sunday with Mrs. Thompson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Strom, of Sawdust.
Mrs. John (Cenie Gray) Vickers spent Sunday and Monday with Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Gray.
Mrs. J. M. Gilchrist and children and Mrs. Bessie Aiverette attended the services at the Presbyterian church here Sunday, and were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Thompson.
Mrs. D. Humphrey is spending the week in Hortense, Ga., with her sister who is quite ill.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Timmons visted relatives in Greensboro Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. McDonald of Montgomery, Ala., visited Mrs. McDonald's sister, Mrs. D. Humphrey, Friday afternoon.
Prof. and Mrs. H. R. Heskamp, Misses Mildred Oliver and Rema Ray left Tuesday for their homes in Kentucky, after having taught a very successful school here. They have many friends here who regret their departures and are hoping for their return another year.
Misses Eugenia Thrower and Inez Bush returned to their homes in Quincy Friday. They were two of our most popular teachers the past year. Prof. Metz left Saturday for Prosperity, S. C. He was accompanied by Charles Moore, who will be his guest for several weeks. Everyone is hoping for Prof. Metzs to be with us again next year.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Green has as guests the past week Misses Carlyne Green, Myrtle Bly Inman, Geleta Fletcher, Ruby Scott, Lorena Scott, and Lorena Pritchard of Greensboro, also Misses Dora Sims and Nora Green of Bainbridge, Ga.
Mises Lillian Green, Ruby Brockman, Wayne Edwards and Elmer Maxwell spent Sunday afternoon as guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Green.
Mrs. Giles Toole was hostess to a few friends Wednesday of last week honoring Mrs. H. R. Heskamp, who left Tuesday for her home in Kentucky. Each guest brought a little gift of love for Mrs. HesKamp and after opening the gifts a lovely salad course with iced tea was served.
Mrs. L. L. McKinnon was hostess to Circle No. 1 of the Presbyterian auxiliary Monday afternoon. After a home mission program sand- wiches and tea were served.
The Chattahoochee Woman's Club held an interesting meeting Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. O. Bell, with Mrs. Bell, Mrs. W. Gholson, Mrs. Giles Toole and Mrs. Jeff Holder as hostesses. After business talks were given by Mrs. Meade Love and Miss Laffitte, of Quincy, which were very interesting. Misses Hazel Newberry and Dorothy Brown gave three musical numbers, which were __________ ________________rest missing.
Mrs. O. F. Shepard and Mrs. M. H. Parker were in Quincy Tuesday on business.
Robert Dyer spent Wednesday and Wednesday night at the Quincy hospital, after having his tonsils removed.
Miss Eva Sue Harbin returned home from Moutn Berry Wednesday after going to school there for eight months.
Henry and Ive Lee Grady of Quincy and Dovie Glenn were supper guests of Miss Eva Sue Harbin Wednesday night.
Mrs. S. F. Rowan entertained the junior children with a Sunday school social at her home Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. C. W. Harbin and MIss Eva Sue Harbin were afternoon guests of Mrs. L. J. Glenn Thursday.
An entertainment was given to the young people Thursday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Johnson.
Several from here attended the Epworth League Union in Greensboro Friday night. The next meeting will be held at Quincy.
Durk Johnson was a visitor here Friday and Saturday.
The singing school was well attended Saturday night; there seems to be much interest in it by all. Everybody will be made welcome.
M. and Mrs. Homer Smith of Flat Creek attended church here Sunday and were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Rowan.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Haire and Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Jones were guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Howard Sunday.
James Stanfill of Bristol spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Willie Summerford.
Robert Dyke and Mike Doyle Glenn were supper guests of Miss Ines Jones Saturday night.
Tommie Smith and Miss Esssie Potter motored over to Quincy Sunday afternoon.
Don't forget prayer meeting on Wednesday nights.
|Antioch and Wetumpka
Mrs. M. M Rudd, Mrs. C. G. Gray and Fred Gray were guests of Mrs. C. H. Richards Friday.
Mrs. C. W. Blount was visiting her daughter, Mrs Jesse Stoutamire, Friday afternoon.
Misses Jettie and Ruby Craven were guests of Mrs. Bertha Cox Friday.
Mrs. C. W. Blount and family, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Dean and children and Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Sapp were supper guests of Misses Piercie and Ruby Blount Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Paramore were guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Todd, Saturday night.
Little Wilson Blount returned home Sunday, after spending a while in Tallahassee with his sisters.
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Craven, Miss Maggie Craven and Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Sapp were visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Dean of Chattahoochee Sunday.
Mrs. J. E. Todd of Tallahassee is visiting her mother, Mrs. C. W. Blount.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Paramore and family were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Todd and family Sunday afternoon.
Miss Wilma Todd and Fred Gray were visiting Mrs. D. E. Pittman Sunday.
Hugh Todd was visiting his mother, Mrs. W. L. Todd, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Paramore were visiting the bedside of Mrs. W. L. Todd Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. E. Paul Gregory was a week-end visitor to Tallahassee.
Miss Elise McIntosh spent the week-end visiting relatives in Boston, Ga.
Miss Margaret Harley was the week-end guest of friends in Cuthbert, Ga.
G. A. Wright of Miami is here on a visit to E. M. Collins. Together they visited Tallahassee yesterday.
Miss Fannie Kate Smith of Dogtown was the week-end guest of Mrs. J. M. Whittle.
Mrs. Ida Smith has as her guests Funday Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Andrews of Marianna.
Miss Bessie Creel spent several days of last week in Bainbridge as the guest of Mrs. Gladys Bush.
Misses Sada and Elizabeth Bostick, Rod Shaw and Jefferson Davis motored to Lanark Sunday and spent the day.
Miss Elizabeth Wilson came over Saturday from the college in Tallahassee and spent the week-end with her aunt, Miss Emmie Wilson.
Miss Katie Mahaffey of Tallahassee motored to Quincy Sunday and was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. c. Mahaffey for the day.
Miss Sallie Nicholson of Tallahassee was a visitor in Quincy over the week-end at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Nicholson.
Buford Williams came up Saturday from the University of Florida and visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Quincy Williams, for a few days.
Miss Elizabeth Guy, a student of the college in Tallahassee, was the week-end guest of her paretns, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Guy.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Moore and family and Mrs. A. Baur of Chattahoochee were guests of Mrs. W. H. Baur Sunday afternoon.
Miss Eleanor Grimes of Tallahassee spent Saturday and Sunday here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Grimes.
Mrs. J. W. Woodward and Mrs. Pearl Woodward returned last week from a several days' stay with relatives in Jacksonville.
Mrs. E. W. Woodward, Mrs. W. V. smith and Miss Mary Violet Woodward leave today for Panacea Springs to spend a few days.
G. L. and Curtis McCall, formerly of Quincy but now of Ocala, arrived here Monday and spent several days visiting their families.
Dr. S. T. Matthews, pastor of the First Baptist church, left last week for Louisville, Ky., where he attended the sessions of the Southern Baptist convention.
Miss Sora Embry returned to the Woman's College in Tallahassee Sunday, after a week-end visit here at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Embry.
John W. Shaw, who is now associated with Shaw and Ketter, distributors of Ford and Lincoln cars in Gainesville, spent Sunday here with his mother, Mrs. L. A. Shaw.
Miss Gladys Gregory of the college in Tallahassee, accompanied by Miss Frances Everett of Winter Haven, also a student of the Woman's college, were guests here for the week-end at the home of the former's parents, Sheriff and Mrs. G. S. Gregory.
Mr. and Mrs. Roma Horton visited Panacea Springs Sunday.
Crepe de Chine, Tub Silk, Radium Satin Saturday and Monday, per yare, $1.45. ad 1t
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Friedman returned Monday from a trip to Columbus and Albany, Ga.
Mrs. R. E. Blitch is convalescing, after an operation at the Gadsden County Hospital Tuesday.
Dr. J. V. Knapp, state veterinarian, was a business visitro to Quincy Tuesday.
Hugh Hough of Tallahassee was a guest at the country home of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hough Sunday.
Mrs. Henry Munroe left Saturday for Chipley, where she was called on account of the illness of her mother.
Hilton Dolan spent the week-end at the home of his parents in River Junction.
Mr. and Mrs. Y. L. Watson spent Wednesday in Tallahassee as guests of Senator and Mrs. W. C. Hodges at their country home, "Goodwood."
Miss Motris Gatlin returned home last week from Orlado, where she has been on a visit to her aunt, Mrs. Berry Lord.
Miss Erma Kemp, who spent last week here as the guest of Miss Mae Gregory, returned Friday night to her home in Concord.
Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Mack had as their guest for the week-end their daughter, Miss Agnes Mack, of the college in Tallahassee.
Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Council had as their attractive house guests for the week-end Misses Elmina and Winnifred Council of Tallahassee.
Mrs. Robert Graves, who has been the guest of relatives here for the past few days, returned Monday to her home in Jacksonville.
Mrs. M. V. Walker, who has been visiting her niece, Mrs. G. W. Bass, returned to her hme in Monticello Sunday.
Mrs. Wm. Carroway of Thomas City is in Quincy as the guest of her two daughters, Mrs. James Nicholson and Mrs. J. R. Bevis.
L. W. Arrington, of the firm of Arrington & Miller, one of the largest mercantile houses in Havana, was in Quincy today on business.
Mrs. S. L. McCall of Monticello arrived yesterday for a several days' visit with her daughter, Mrs. J. D. Archer.
Mrs. G. E. Boring and daughter, Elaine, left Friday for Jacksonville, where they visited relatives. They returned Sunday.
C. H. Gray, county superintendent of public instruction, was in Tallahassee yesterday in interest of legislation affecting the financing of the public schools.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Fryer and two children of Blakely, Ga., motored to Quincy Sunday and visited for the day at the home of Mrs. Fryer's mother, Mrs. Ida Smith.
Miss Bernice Bailey, who has been spending the winter in Winter Garden teaching school, arrived in Quincy Saturday for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Bailey.
Miss Bessie Munroe and guest, Miss Betty Hoskins, returned to the college in Tallahassee Sunday, after spending the week-end here with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Munroe.
Misses Margaret and Mary Kennedy and Mary Celia Davidson returned home Sunday from Lanark, where they were guests for the week-end at a house party given by friends from Bainbridge.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis A. Hartman, who have been visiting in south Florida, spent several days of last week with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wedeles, leaving Monday for their home in Nashville, Tenn.
Dr. John De Loach of Chicago, internationally known scientist and naturalist, a former roommate and classmate of Y. L. Watson at the University of Georgia, was a guest here Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Watson.
|Miss Conboy Hostess at Bridge Saturday
Miss Marie Conboy was hostess at bridge Saturday afternoon at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Conboy, honoring members of her bridge club and a few invited guests. Three tables of players enjoyed the occasion, progressive bridge being played. Miss Ellen Bailey held high score and received a bottle of perfume. The consolation prize, dusting powder, was won by Miss Dorothy Stein. Refreshments of a frozen salad course with iced tea were served.
|Baker-Hite Marriage Has Been Announced
West Palm Beach, May 9.--the marriage of Mrs. Sybil Mae Baker, a former resident of Quincy, but more recently of West Palm Beach, to Mr. Hamilton Otis HIte, of Washington, D. C., which took place at Ft. Pierce May 2, has been announced. Mr. and Mrs. Hite will make their home in West Palm Beach for the present, following a visit to Mr. Hite's mother in Washington.
Gretna, May 11.--Mrs. Fletcher Ward entertained with a party Friday afternoon from 4 until 6 o'clock in honor of her daughter, Betty Jane, it being her second birthday. Games were played until a late hour, when ice cream and cake was served to the following guests. Elizabeth, Marion and Martha Carroll Watson, Margaret Griffin, Mary Elizabeth Chalmers, Julian Johnson, Helen and Dot Luten, Virginia and Kathryn Dykes, Wallace and Lynette Thompson. Little baskets of candy were given as favors. Mrs. Ward was assisted in entertaining by her sisters, Mrs. Elbert Luten and Miss Kate Sullivan.
Gertrude Bass celebrated her tenthe birthday last week with a lovely little party, having present twenty-six of her friends. Games were enjoyed in the yard until a late hour when all were invited into the dining room where they joined in singing a birthday song. Ice cream and cake were then served by the hostess' mother, Mrs. G. W. Bass, assisted by Mrs. R. O. Hutchinson.
|Program W. M. U. Sist. Rally River Junction
Following is the program for the Baptist W. M. U. District Rally to be held at River Junction May 17:
10 a. m., opening song.
1:30--Devotional and song service--Providence.
|W. M. N. District Rally at River Junction
The W. M. U. District Rally will be held at River Junction, Fla., May 17, 1927, beginning at 10 a. m., central time. Mrs. J. F. Stephen, publicity chairman.
The King's Daughters will hold the regular monthly meeting Friday afternoon, May 13, at 4:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Wm. M. Corry on East King street. All members will please attend. Mrs. Love Gregory, secretary.
|Entertain Church Officers
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Quarterman entertained the officers of the Presbyterian church Monday night at their home on King street. Following the business meeting a social hour was enjoyed and delicious punch and sandwiches served.
|Notice Lot Holders
All lot holders of the Western cemetery will please bring hoes and rakes and plenty of flowers or plants and let us have a clean up campaign on Tuesday afternoon, May 17. Let us not forget our beloved ones--Cemetery chairman, Woman's Club.
The River Junction W. M. U. met with Mrs. A. M. Gissendaner Monday afternoon for the business meeting.
Mrs. J. M. Gilchrist and children visited relatives in Gretna Sunday.
Mr. aand Mrs. W. C. Byrd visited relatives in Iron City, Ga., Sunday.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Peacock Monday, a baby boy.
Claude Runkle is spending some time at home, after several months abroad.
Mrs. Nammie McLauchlin is visiting relatives in Jacksonville.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Hopkins of Havana were visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Baggett this week.
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Shaw had as guests Sunday Marion Bradley and family and Lige Brady and children of Grand Ridge.
The many friends of Mrs. A. D. Duke are glad she is at home, after an operation for appendicitis.
The Eureka Club met with Mrs. Sam McMillian Tuesday afternoon for the business meeting. Among the business to come up for discussion was the clothing for the little boy adopted by the club, who is in the orphanage at Jacksonville; also plans were made to give the club girls and boys a picnic dinner (going in with the Greensboro club) at Hough's pool Friday, May 29.
|Taylor F. Grantham, Jr.
Dr. and Mrs. T. F. Grantham announce the arrival of a son, born Tuesday. Mother and child are doing nicely. The new arrival has been named for this father.
Mother's Day Mother's Day was celebrated with flower-bedecked churches, beautiful musical program and inspiring sermons, all built around mother Sunday morning by Rev. Paul Caldwell, of Bainbridge, in the Baptist pulpit and Rev. R. E. Wicker in the Methodist. In the evening the P. A.'s gave their annual program in the Methodist church, with Rev. Wicker as the speaker. The program included readings by Miss Plattfoot, Mrs. Gus Bert's guest from New York, Mesdames Ruth Shelfer and Sam Woodbery; violin and piano numbers by Gus Bert, Mesdames Harold Bert, Tom Cook and Alewine; vocal solos by Miss Caroline Shelfer, Mrs. John Boynton and Wm. Martin were beautifully rendered to a large and appreciative audience.
Rev. and Mrs. R. E. Wicker and baby left Monday for a visit in Meridian.
John Turner, Mr. and Mrs. John Chewning, Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Tillis, Misses Virginia and Caroline Tillis and Caroline Shelfer spent Thursday at the river fishing.
Mrs. R. E. Wicker's party for the Young Matron's Sewing Club Tuesday afternoon was a graceful gesture of hospitality paid to a group of young women who meet every Tuesday afternoon to sew and always have lovely parties. Colorful spring blossoms were arranged in the living room, where the guests sat and sewed. Punch, cream and cakes were served by Mrs. Wicker, assisted by Mrs. Moreland. Among those present were Mesdames Lamar and Marvin Miller, John Boynton, Robert Spoonerm Byron Ellinor, Carl Moreland, James Johnson, Clarence Morgan, Henry Biosca, Harold Bert, H. H. McCallum and F. P. Haviland.
Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Miller announce the birth of a son May 6.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Worthey and family, Mrs. Bert Clyatt and children of Climax and Miss Mary Shelfer had supper at the river Thursday evening.
Mrs. Julia Fordham is conduction a summer school at her home here for the pupils who failed to make their grades the past semester.
Death Mrs. E. J. Rudd
Ralph Dean and Aaron Hall recently made trips to Apalachicola.
A number of the community attended the funeral and burial services of Miss Eleanor McDonald at Flat Creek Saturday.
Mrs. Robert Sundburg and Misses Opal and Lois Rudd of Jacksonville were with their mother, Mrs. Rudd, the last few days she was here. Mrs. Sundburg will be remembered as Miss Trudie Rudd.
Clifford Kent of Jacksonville was in the community a day or two last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Vanlandingham are happy over the arrival of an infant, born recently.
After spending two or three days at the home of Mrs. Mandie Richards, Mrs. J. C. Crawley and children, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Richards and children left for their homes in Georgia.
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