l.t-vn t V FEBRUARY 11. 1921-
PIE MAKES “
Hclnt.vre Finds It Eagy|
Iron Rust Soap.
RS. BRUCE carr inviD >■ Treasurer.
I Chellfo 1
WP 1 ? 1
im, I’a.: "Enclosed find
noney order fdr five
ii.irtside’s Iron Bust
-c ship at once as my,
ripple and must make
L, 0»n ii-iiii?. I tried selling a
Lgbrrnf different house to house
pKiiltif-. hut found your Iron
list Soap l" sell the quickest. It
for me to sell three dozen
day uilh hut a few houfs
V.irly every one I ap .
heard how flartside*s
■oi.p v.-iii remove iron.
iif ami medicine stains,
of I he chanrc to get a
MRS. BRUCE CARR
M Staf« President.
M M ¥ Mf KLIN * **'***
"RalL?* PASCHAL - S-retary and
Secretary *nd x
MRS. E. U HUDSON, Local
MRS. B. L. JACKSON, Vice President
MRS. >J. P. PROCTOR, Health Repre-
MRS LAMAR SCOTT, Chairman of
MRS. HUDSON DISCUSSES
DISTRfCT P. T. A. MEET
HELD IN ATHENS
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Ind i- Him!
11 ran i ■
by one v
Istrc a- 1'
Kill In* (hi
rm.tly recommend it to
inline to make money
rause the advertising
.10 done for the Inst
as well as your guar-
«hat the soap will do,
1 easy article to sell,
i ho big profit and you
ideal agent's money
link McIntyre, Chelten-
* — i rv'nitfnhniQ m i . . Banner-Herald for so many gen- I Hnve com iniUt-f- out to or.-an-
Hnrereli^Il™ - 8 ^? one of the most !crous-announcements, and all 8 fnr I ize Thrif C| P>’. uls ’ Ccmijkttee to
|"*I re Ports showing the'the “Get-tOvothm-’’ nr-l-l, I organzie Pre-sehool age.
practical, day-by-day work they
■ have been doing to keep children
Ve-Jeei greatly indebted to the
teachew for ‘brifiging the 'children
nvAt* tn A . t 1*. '■ * n *<
°?.* r . th « Agricultural College,
after their Friday’s work was oyer
as this was the ohly time they .
could attend the sessluns, we ap
By Mrs. K. B Hudson, President
_, „ City P. T. Council-
p T.- th ' Dlstrfct 'Meeting of the
t*. I.A. was a revelation of inter-
cstjand euthualaSm, far beyond dur
expectations, nnd hard times were
not mentioned during the entire
session as an obstacle to P. T A
has the child's interest” at hekrt
and gives special attenUon to the
undernourished. We takes a "Free-
Will” offering at each meeting to
provide milk and cocoa and other
foods used tor the undernourished
In addition to the “Free Will” of-
“Ew Tlnv ” (That
Following are reports made by
the - Tifmall, Elberton Parent-
Tenchors Associations at the re-
‘•oent convention of a resolution
count attend the sessions, we ap* Ul invention or a ,
preciate their contribution to the / ad<,pted b >' lho nieetliur;
success of the day. These items 1
vere just samples of what every
school in the city could have donb
if time had permitted.
We wish to thank each Coramit-
i Iron Itusl Soap ...
nlon Si., Philadelphia,
The Health Mobile visited Tig-
nail school and many babies ex-
amined and Or. Moses talked to
mothers. Pictures shown to
Miss Mathews gave talk, end
pictures were shown and after*
, vnn ward Nutrlton class organized
The I w * 1 ** te' r ty pupils enrolled
—_ I Hnve committee out to
fering we observe “Egg Day.” That
Is each mother sends one egg to
school once a month, the day the
P. T. A. -meets and they are sold
to the members who have to
eggs at the market price. At (our
last meeting we took In $9.32.
Right now a project is on to
equip a Domestic Science depart
ment. We expect to have this .all
ready and a teacher for another
year. It will be a regular course
In our high school. Our aim is
$400.00 by June.
The Association has served ie/-
eral luncheons to the school A, i-
letlc Association when games were
played in Madison. Entertained
the G. M. C. foot ball boys. A ban
quet was given our foot ball :enro»
and the P. T. A. gave a reception
to the Faculty in September also
a reception to Mayor and Coun
cil in the early fail. Several en
tertainments have leen given,
proceeds to carry on the wirk of
. , : —w neep enuuren
m school as regularly as possible.
I The mothers and teachere in this
‘ i, “-?S'^ tlon are «treng-hcarted and
\ ■, faithful arid show a faculty of
- — l* ta * ,n * fl t the beginning of their
J Many do not realize the 5 problems, which are many femJ
Hr*.-U^.r^ c 9g% m J£
I frequent cold or cough. Care -
j.houUl be taken to build up I
■the powers of resistance.
elation laBors and the number of
problems,that arise, constantly, it
would be ensy to jump Into the
middle and “splash both ways,’
Schedule For February
and March Meeting'Is
Outlined For P.T. A.
|abundant in health-building
) helps build up a re
serve of strength and
resistance. Be sure
B and ask your dnu>-
Jfis/ for Scoffs Emulsion 1
■ Illoomfirld.N.J. 22-20
hut the Nantalhalas are P.' T. As,
.every day of the year and not ju*t
, on meeting days, and all of us can
learn from the faithfulness of this
The Health Play, written b\. .....
Murs Mary Lu Weir, nnd played 1cm?
ISLf 0 .?* otl , the B **ter children,! Educational Films of today (A
nc ?. 8t 5 at Pteasuro E?P er b L a teacher) the Wovit of
Talk Of the Work of the 'Nation-
I al Motion PJCtUre Leagde.
f ,, D * ha te g Censorahlp. 1, it the
first Solution of our movie Prob-
l rled over from
Money made this
Balance on hand
Oolng to buy
•ti*me,y on hand.
I break it with
- Ihcjamitf caiglt syrup
and instruction of a practical
nature, in Nutrition. Tne littl.i
folks acquitted themselves well
when we remember that they have
no stage to practice on, and nu
room, but a school room full o."
desks to rehearse in.
DRILL A '
Another enjoyable feature wa3
Physical Culture drill given by
a group of children from Childs'-
Stewt, under the leadership of
Miss Bfadberry They used the
t records Which dictate the exercise
furnish the mu,hv too. This
in a* to how those record!
• can be secured, filr. Mason as
sured us that the lodal dealers
can supply them, which fact sim
great authors On the Screen. (Pa
per. the effect of the moving p|c-
ture upon delinquency February
17. Founders Bov, 9
e„^L arM '° n ot tnolh ® rs for par-
enthoofl. consecration of one's
I'fe in giving the nest .for the
‘a 8 n, ?i K of fhe ch,,<, • Toys as an
POwe- m the life of a
plifles their purchase, greatly.
(BEGIN REPORTS '
recent district convention
here. Others will appear In s'nb-
requent issues of the Parent-
Teacher -page. <
RESOLUTIONS OF THANKS
Whereas the Atliens p. T. A.
Council Imdtcd our lnitlnl District
Meeting cn Friday, February 2,
1 tho Agricultural nail of dear
whgreas we have enjoyed every
feature of the meeting, be it re
solved: (1) That we, the P. T. A.
| of the Elgrith district .tender our
! most sincere thanks to the ladles
fpr. their kind invhttlon to the
Classic City, nnd eajieciully to meet
in the Agricultural lines of dear
old Georgia Uhlverslty. Be it
further resolved thut we extend
to the ladles our nearty apprecia
tion for their cordial reception to
our beloved president, Mrs. FICklen
our'thanks for the interest In the
P. T. A.'b throughout the district
and her loyalty to us.
Also to our worthy state Pres
ident many thanks for her Inspir
ing and helpful address.
MRS. J. r. ALLMAN, Chm.
MRS. c: C. WILLS ,
Mrs. W. H. PAINE.
During the fall term a very in
teresting as well' as educational
program was given by our Associa
lion to secure funds for playground
equipment. Each grade at school
represented a country and was* re
quired to make a special study of
this country for several days. Af
ter those who attended made the
entire “trip around the worl
they landed in America where
program consisting of numbers
characteristic of the countries re
presented. We made $65.00 at this
cnfcirtnlnment, and play ground
equipment Is being built to put on
the school ground with this amount.
Several, of our grades have bought
balls, volley balls, nets, basket
halls, ete., and we hope to have
otfr entire school and grounds
equipped with material that will
encourage playing. |
light; a flickering Ufa—
Afid* another 1150 In the pocket
of John ,W. HulBert, stato execu-
tioritir, Who probably has executed
more men than any other living:
; There were. 17 in 1922; 12 the
year befovtv. But in' 1919 there
wa* 1 a lujj^ o'nly two Were 'sent
to ithe clihir.
<• H “ !bert ', *» a «»n -uf silence.
Small, short-sighted - and snappy,
he goes about hla Work In the
Death House at Sing Sing without
A test of the currcht in the af
ternoon, a few preparations and
he .-iB ready. When the condemned
man, head ahaved is strapped in
the Chair of Death, and the coh.
tacts made, the executioner with
draws to a little aide chamber,
throws a switch and watches the
bulb In front of him. It gets dim
mer and dlmmeri as life ebbs, and
then flares up—/
When it is all over.
Scattfe* the painful con„ —.
Sloans warms and stimulate* the
/ blood, breaks up congestion
-banishes the pain I
A GOOD JOB,
Best for Two in Business or Play
Health mobile was well received
and many children exnmlnet’.
Chinn Shower, clatlifng and fur
nlshlng books for three families.
Presented first aid cabinet to
Basket ball given High , School
A Parent Day
Suggested For Schools;
Will Solve Difficult
•'Problem, Is Claim.
. Hulbert then silently packs his
little bag, boards a train and re
turns to his regular Job here. He
Is electrlcinn of Auburn prison.
At home he never discusses his
Job and his family i s discreetly
silent. But Mrs. Hulbert finds no
fault with his work.
“It's no worse than other Jobs"
she says. “If anything. It is bet
ter. • It |g the execution of the
"Somebody has to do It. Why not
my husband?- *
‘We has been connenbd with
Prisons‘ag an electrician for 23
years. When the Call came for
him to. do the added work, he took/
'?* w «»n't a matter of like or
dislike. It- Was Just a ihhtter of
“Personally I believe In capital
punishment. , It'is painless. The
men who go to the chair are all
guilty. There is plenty of)time
fori appeal or reprieve if they
"“J* it before the electrocution.
I don't know how many men my
husband has excepted. He' keeps
no list nnd has probably lost count
of the number.
•We doesn't mind the work, or
else he would -give It up."
‘ B “t >*l* »on won't follow In his
footgteps He has gone Into the
Butombblle business., f
A glance reveals why businessand professional
men, as well as all others who seek the road^tdk' ^
type, find the new Buick roadsters, both fours
and sixes/ exactly suited to their needs. ,
They are roomy and comfortable, with feVery
refinement and convenience for easy, restful
motoring in all weathers.. They are sure ahd
fleet on any. road with the flexibility atfd
certainty of performance so traditional uto
N aUBuicles. . , . .. ..... ;
A ride in a Buick roadster is essential to p
' complete understanding of the finer qualities
of these model%. Ask for one.
3 Wasa.Roadster$1175 4 Pkaa. Coups. -1>$9$
3 P«;: C«r. 1173 » P*«-Touring 1193 7 Psee) ToUrtUi HJ3
S Ppm. Sedan • J395 5 Pass. Touring - . J 7 Pftgs.Uadfco •
5 ,3,3 • .• -., **»
Sport Roadster I02S 3 Pass. Sedan . I9S5 Spott Tofcrihg
Piicnt.o.b. Buick Fact
to be added. Ask about tbm ... as. a. u,
cl-n. which provides tor Deterred J
r elberton p. t. a.
Amount- received 1 $735.23
Amount disbursed 709.49
Paid for Health, Clinic 300.00
Paid for Elec, equipment 85.00
i*uld -for books 207.57
Paid for Vlctroln 90.00
The P. T. Ac offered prizes for
grades also medals for pupils,
also raised money from May Fes
tival also frm gale of lunches.
MRS. W. H. PAINE, 1-res.
Fine Report At
P. T. Convention
type a: seDAN
Dodge Brothers “Type A" Sedarl is
admired the uyorld over for the s£lid
beauty of its coach work.
Inside'and out, in every line and fix
ture it reflects that integrity of work
manship which you have corns to
, associate with ibrlMHiie Doage
Brothers. ' - ' .
Mohair velvet 'upholstery, nickeled
window regulators, etched dome light,
heater, windshield wiper, sun. visor,
weather-stripped doors and windows/
cord tires and steel disc wheels, are a
few points of equipment which indi
cate the sterling quality of the car
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Fqllftwlng Is ,Ho annual report
made by the .Madison Parent-
Teachcr Association at the recent
'district convention held In Ath
1 - .. |Obr P. T. A. Is'still very young.
Just In Its second year. Tho In
terest is growing, and our member
. ship has doubled In number. Now
on roll more than a hundred.
Durlag thin year wo have had
very enthusiastic and Instructive
meetings. From tlmo to time
health lectures' hhve been given.
Special attention has'been ' given
to the Pre-School Age child study,
and lectures on “What a Child
Should Know on Entering School,”
gfyen by Trimary Teacher, Miss
Douglas, was Instructive, and
“What Shonld bo the rtiyslcal
Condition of a Child on Entering
School,” was given by one of our
home doctors, Dr, A. K. Bell, "con-
tngeous Diseases” was another lec
tiro given; one ot tho most !m-
pmtant points brought out was
J that the ordinary so called contagi
Uu* diseases most motHers think
- fi*nnot h* avoided are bad for the
child because of the after effect
ahH they can be avoided with the
proper quarantine and Isolation
J observed or Inferred. "The
' C ?I* 2? “te-Jeeth” was a very fo-
: structive lecture given by me of
onr dentists. Dr.,Bugg Our Anso-
"latlon observed EducaHunal Week
In December, and many wonderful
lectures were given on Ameri
canization, What It. moans to be a
luhtfred per cent American and
1 health talks as well
A wonderful program was put
m AphlBtlce tAy by P T. A.
by L? ra - 8.
A*dei%on! Chalrmah of be Ameri-
cauiaaMfn Committee. * §he also
a 8 P ,e ndld program at
Chanel on Lee’s Birthday.
“It is surprising” writes the Da
kota Vice President, "how few
patents visit schools, everywhere
teachers make the same complaint.
This'Is 1 not nitogether due to in
difference, but rather to the em-
harrassement that a mother finds
in confronting alone a room full
of children, rather antagonistic to
her visit. If schools throughout the
state Would have a Parent Day
each month, the teacher could no
tify tht-^parents of the hour when
each class is taught and make
ready for several visitors.
The daily program coujd be sent
out as a part of an invitation. This
method, which is in vogue every
where but 1n the United States
has proved the only solution oi
this problem. Parents 'coming Ih
groups and knowing *that .they
arc expected, find no embarrass
ment-in entering a schoolroom. The
strangeness of thg situation sdon
disappears-for the children no that
the parents, teachers and pnlls
took forward with pleasure to .the
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Orest Britain's policy of toUklng
Australia a white continent, work
*”1* been started on a large scale '
, < -' ro *?-suitable foster-parents
p ? r ? t ?** W unwanted clilld- ■
reu of England, ©to baby waifs
aTO belng ssnt.hsre in-large ptffn-
If your Buick needs repairs, bring it to the Authorized - Buick
Service Station, Where we have expert Buick mechanics and •
only genuine Buick. parts are used.
CONOLLY MOTOR COMPANY 5
^ buigk Dealer 't
Washington had Hull Streets ^ ^
bter* and given
• — T - fai 1 r
When better bitsonioLilcs nre l-ttilt, lftilvk *Vill hulld th
Parent Day in school
CHILDS TO. MEET
On Tuesdny night at 8 o'clock
at Child’s Street School will oc
cur the regular monthly meeting
of the Paretiti-TSacher AsgociaW
tlon- . >
After the business megting there
wil he given a delightful enter
tainment In honor of the fathers.
Let this meeting be loo per cent
JAP SHEE'T PEEKS UP
TOKYO—An airplane se'rvlce
haa been established b ythe Asahl,
Tokyo dally -paper, to carry copies
regularly to Osaka, 315 miles away.
°uf Association devised this
Plan to Increase onr membership
a nd to have full attendance at the
monthly meetings, a prise Is of-
v 680 ^ ,or the arede
that has the highest per ednt of
mottie/s present. The teacher of
eabb grade Is counted a vote for
tlte grade, and. if there are chlld-
t«i woo have no mother they may
adopt one to vote for fbelr grade.
The lunch roohj we consider one
o( the most important J^Utoa of
i am here to tell you
that you can get
• i 6layton Street
JU^t THE QUALrtlf WHICH 'ENTERS iNtO
A GOOD SUIT
You want fabrics that are ABSOLUTELY all wool and free
suJh maSr Uld W3nt y ° Ur SUit tei,0red in kee Ptoi ^ith jusi
Yo u *
will get both of-these combined with the suit we make
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A Complete Line of Furdishingg Ready for You At All Times,
And Your Business Highly Appreciated. ,,.
Sant *5. Wingfield
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