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Meriwether County, Georgia


Mrs. R. J. Atkinson, who is treasurer of the Woman's Mission society of the North Georgia conference, is attending the annual meeting of the mission society in Augusta this week.

The Ladies' Civic club held an interesting and very enjoyable meeting recently at the home of Mrs. J. F. Chick, on Talbotton street. Rock and forty-two were played. After the social hour delicious ices were served by Misses Howard Chick and Mildred Posey.

Mrs. M. W. Adair and Miss Irene Adair entertained informally at dinner Wednesday evening. Covers were laid for ten. The guests were Rev. and Mrs. M. J. Ellis, Miss Ardilla Ellis, Misses Fay Logan, Jean Roberts, Ethel Bonner, Nellie Rosser and Mr. Howard Tawnley.

Mrs. N. F. Culpepper is spending several days this week in Atlanta.

The Atlanta Constitution (Atlanta, GA) 31 Jan 1915 Page 11

Submitted by Stefani Evans

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