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THURSDAY, MAY 22.
Mrs. Virgin Norton of. Dillard, Ga.,
is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Rob
ert Howard, and Mrs. Lcll Corn.
1 Mr. W; L.' Carpenter was visiting
,his father, at Mountairrt-City;.. Ga.,
Saturday. . :'
Mr. and Mrs! Claude Bradley of
Otto whose infant son died Wednes
day,, have, the sympathy of- a host of
relatives , and friends in this com
munity, , ,.. .
Mr. and Mrs. William Carpenter
gave a few young folks a square
dapce Friday night. 'Mr. Wiley Nor
ton did 'the fiddling. Those present
r; outside of the community were
Messrs. ' Walter Blairie of Hopewell,
Va. ; Ted Blaine of Franklin ; and
, Edd. Henson of Otto.
Mr. and Mrs. James Wilson and
children, and Mr. Walter Carrington
of Commerce, Ga,, spent Sunday with
Mr. Wilson's mother, Mrs. James L.
Messers Hayse and Herman Buch
anan spent Saturday night at Pren
tiss with their uncle and aunt, Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Addington.
Mrs. Montgomery Miller of Scaly
spent Saturday night with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Rogers.
Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Henry of Long
Creek, S. G, visited Mr. Henry's
brother, N.- L., Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Justice of
Rainbow Springs spent Sunday on
Mr. Jack Mashburrj has finished
smvniilling on Buckeye and is mak
ing arrangements to move his saw
mill to Middle Creek.
Mr. Richard Vinson 6f Tignall, Ga.,
has been viisting the past week at
his uncle's, J. L. Vinson.
Mr. Horace Justice is able to be
out again after having chickenpox..
Mr. Bascom Long's baby is very
Mr. and Mrs. Harley Ledbetter of
Cartoogechaye visited Mrs. Ledbetter's
brother, Charlie Carpenter, Sunday.
Mr. John Smith has been sick for
the last few days.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Justice enter
tained the young people of Tesenta
with a music party Saturday night.
Mr. Gline Holland made a business
trip to Franklin, Saturday.
Miss Kate Conley and little broth
er, Bill, from Hickory Knoll, were
visiting Miss Hester Conley last
Miss Grace Bryson from South
Carolina is visiting home folks on
Miss Estelle Fletcher from Hickory
Knoll was in this section last week.
Mrs. Mary Conley has returned
home i from Hickory Knoll where
she has been visiting relatives.
Rev. Lyman Jollay is helping Rev.
Farris, run a revival mcetittg on Hick
Mr. Henry Conley made a business
trip ot IYankliii last week.
Mr. Fred McGuire has returned
from Highlands where he has been
the past week.
The baby son of Mr. and Mrs.
Judson Dills has been very il lbut is
Mrs. Nellie Greenwood and her lit
tle son of Lower Cartoogechaye .were
visiting fier parents of this section,
Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. Mamey Williamson and Mrs.
Mattic Williamson were visiting ih
Franklin the past week.
Mr. 0. L. Buchanan is having a
lot of pulp wood cut on his place.
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