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Articles were photographed by Angela Cassidy and typed by Eunice Herren.
Miss Maggie Mae Hall has returned from a delighful visit with relatives in Monticello.
The Thursday Evening bridge club was entertained by Mr. and Mrs. F. P. (Eva) Haviland at its last meeting. A hot lunch was served at the conclusion of a series of games.
Miss Caroline Shelfer left Friday for a visit with relatives in Birmingham, Mobile and Montgomery.
Dr. P. C. Harrell of Orlando and Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Harrell were in Moultrie Saturday for the funeral of the doctor's brother, Harry Harrell, a prominent merchant of Moultrie.
Misses Ruth Alice Shelfer, Doris Overstreet and Eloise Duggar spent last week-end with Miss Fay Horton in Jamieson.
The P. T. A. had a well attended meeting Thrusday afternoon at the auditorium, with Mrs. E. A. Shelfer presiding and Mrs. Julia Fordham, acting secretary and treasurer, in Mrs. A. O. Shelfer's stead. Routine business was dispatcher. Mrs. W. V. (Sara) Smith and Miss Pat Homon were appointed sick visitors for March and Mesdames Gus (Bessie) Bert and Sam Woodbery on membership drive. A rising vote of thanks was given Mesdames Lee Arrington and O. P. Duggar for the efficient manner in which they solicited used clothing for Hope Hall, and special mention was made of the generous donors who always make it possible for the association to function. The big hearted men and women of East Gadsden are the power behind this organization.
Mesdames Byron (Frances) Ellinor, Annie Ellinor and L. L. Gee were shopping in Quincy Friday afternoon.
Mrs. George Morgan entertained Miss Juanita Overstreet at luncheon at the home of Mrs. J. C. Morgan in Jamieson Friday.
Merrell Ellinor, a first year man at Gainesville, and Bert Chester, of Auburn, were home last week-end.
Rev. B. G. Carnes of Piedmont, Ala., is conducting a three weeks revival in the Methodist church. Mrs. Harold Bert has charge of the music. Services are at 3:30 in the afternoon and at 7 in the evening.
Merchants had a splendid day, with numerous pay days Saturday. New shade is being built as well as other acreages increased.
Miss Ellen Sharon and Mrs. H. N. Alewine were J. H. Turner's guests fro the pictures in Quincy Friday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Gray entertained Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Rollo and Mrs. Laura Loyd at dinner Sunday.
Miss Ruby McDavid of Tallahassee, Jack Gee, of Atlanta, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bert of Scotland were dinner guests of Mrs. R. T. (Ella) McDavid Sunday.
Mrs. John (Sarah) Boynton and Miss Sara Ross Boynton of Jackson Bluff spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs. J. S. (Jim and Cliffie) Harris.
Miss Sarah Rollo spent last week-end with Mrs. J. C. Williamson in Tallahassee.
The Baptist Woman's Missionary Society is observing a week of prayer at the home of Mrs. A. J. Worthey this week, with Mesdames Ellinor, Eubanks, Person and Harrell in charge.
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