Mixsonian Larry

Easter Party

Even with the hard life of farming and the dangers in the woods, families too the time to socialize and have fun.

Ocala Evening Star, Apr 27, 1905

Easter at Wacahoota

    The Easter party at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Smith, on April 21, was one of the greatest social events of the season.   The house was beautifully decorated for the occasion. The parlor was lovely with potted ferns, evergreens and red and white lilies. The color of flowers used in the dancing room was spink and white, with evergreens. In the dining room potted ferns and flowers of different colors were used. There were four large Easter nests, made of moss and covered with roses, the first nest being entirely covered by white roses, the second with pink, the third with white and the four with different colors. The nests were all filled with daintily covered eggs.   The whole scene presented such a scene of loveliness it won the admiration of all.   Mr. Gilbert Mixson of Central furnished music on the violine for the dancers, while beautiful music was played on the piano for the pleasure of those who did not dance.    Also attending were Viola Mixson in a shirtwaist suite; Estelle Mixson in a green green and white lawn; Job Mixson and Juno Mixson

Updated: 09-24-2021