a MISS JANE IRLAM IS HONORED ON BIRTHDAY Woodson, Jan. 20 —Miss Jane Irlam was pleasantly aurpriaed Sundsy at her home here, it being her birthday The following relatives went to her home while she mas at Sunday uchool and church' Mr. and Mrs Dick Sandman Sandman and family, of Ex^tr; Mr and 1 far- C D Irlam and daughter. Miss Matl tie Miss Edith Turper. Mr and Mrs Howard Hayer and daughter. Annabelle. Annabelle. Mrs Allan Adair*. Betty Jean Adams The day waa very pleasantly spent by those present M: s*Jane Irlam had a* her gufHs on Tuesday Mr. and Mrs Fra net* Davis and little yon. James Walter, and Mrs. Clarence Lorton of White HaH. Mrs. Lcrton and Mis* Irlam’s birthdav* fall or the same day and thev usually observe the occasion together. together. The Woodson Woman s club was entertained entertained Wednesday afternoon at tl»e pleasant home of Mrs Paul Megginson. Megginson. with Mrs Harry' Smith as the assistant hostess The program was In charge of Mrs Sadie Gallagher, tn the absence of Mrs. Edward Irlam, who Is ill. The program was a* fol- I lows * . Club aong and prayer Motto and resolutions Roll call—A New Years resolution Group of poems—"The Master* , “Sympathy,1' and "Paradise Found — Mrs. David Reynolds. Song—Bv the group. Group of Poems, The Oak Tree,“ * My Creed - Mr*. Jack Steinmetz Poem of Thanks Mrs. Effie Walters. Walters. s- .*■ t.\ Mrs AgtMS I Scott. Mt ‘ ■ Mej’y t.sun Mr I , ille Shepp«rd. Mrs Gladys Fanning, Mrs. Margaret Hagan. Mrs. Zella Sheppard. Mrs F1- ^ Newman. Mrs. Ruth Bishop, Mrs. and Eva Megginaon. Mrs. Edward Irlam was taken to a hospital at Jacksonville on Wednesday Wednesday night to receive treatment. She was taken suddenly ill on Wednesday being threatened with appendicitis. There were several of the member* of the Eastern 8tar lodge who attended attended the meeting of the Murrsyvtlle lodge on Tuesday night.