THURSDAY, MARCH 24. 1921.
LOCATING THE CHURCHES.
I)r. Few. of Trinity College, tells
the following good story: A
in town inquired:
• “Say mister, can you tell me where
are located the various churches of
“Sure. The Jewish Synagogue is
next to the hank; the Episcopal church
is over by the theater; the Baptist
church is down by the river; the Pres
byterian church is close to the cold
storage, and the Methodist church is
next door to the gas plant.”—Christian
* — *
School is progressing nicely at this
place, but will close Friday, March 25.
The singing at Mr. T. A. Deaton's
last Sunday night was enjoyed by a
Misses Eva Jane and Mae Lancas
ter spent the night with Miss Charlie
Belle Kilgore Friday.
Miss Lois Mauldin spent Friday
night with Miss Pauline Parks.
Miss Viola Moulder spent awhile
Saturday with Mrs. J. W. Parks.
Mr, John [Langford spent Friday
with Howell and Ernest Parks.,
Mr. Lancaster, our pastor, spent the
night with H. A. Mauldin.
Mr. Charlie Cruce and family spent
Thursday night with Mr. J. W. Parks.
Miss Pauline Parks and her teacher,
Miss Gwendolyn Mann, spent Saturday
and Saturday night with her mother,
near Flowery Branch.
Mr. Howell Parks, Hoyt Cruce, Pau
line Parks, Lois Mauldin, Bertha Cruce,
and Gwendolyn Mann attended the de
bate at Braselton Friday night and
report a very good time.
Mr. J. H. Parks and the preacher
took dinner with Mr. T. A. Deaton Sat
Mrs. J. W. Parks ahd little daughters,
Jennie Mae and Johnnie, were guests
of Mrs. Hoyt McEver, of Braselton
Friday P. M.
Miss Alma and Irene Deaton spent
awhile Friday afternoon with their
cousin, Miss Pauline Parks.
Miss Lois Phagan spent Saturday
night with Miss Bertha Cruce.
Miss Gladys Phagan was the guest of
Miss Jennie Mae Parks Saturday night.
Mr. Howell Parks and John Lang
ford spent Saturday night with his
sister, Miss Lois Langford.
> Miss Viola and Lois Mauldin and
Mrs. Viola Moulder were guests of
Miss Lois Phagans Saturday.
Mr. Hoyt Cruce was the guest of
Miss Lois Mauldin Sunday night.
The singing at Mr. Phagans' was en
joyed by a large crowd.
Mrs. Charles Duncan and family
.spent Sunday with Sirs. J. IV. Parks.
A large crowd attends*! preaching at
•this place Sunday.
Sunday school has been reorganized
.and is progressing nicely.
Grace Hall spent a while Sunday
hfltemoon with Lucile and Johnnie
Messrs. Ed Bell and Pasco Carter
were in this burg Sunday afternoon.
A large crowd from this place at
tended the singing at Victory Sunday.
Mrs Lester Simpson was the guest
of Mr. Hoyt Cruce Saturday and Sun
Mrs. H. G. Hartley was the guest
of her brother, Mr. Henry Wallace on
Miss Montine Wallace was the guest
of her grandmother Friday night.
Misses Lillian Hill and Montine Wal
lace were guests of Misses Birdie and
Prudie Bell Sikes Saturday afternoon.
Mr. Bura Kinney was the guest of
Mr. Robert Maynard the latter part
of last week on a fishing trip.
Mrs. Emma Legg, of Winder, is the
guest 'this week of her uncle, Mr. J.
Mrs. R. L. Sikes was the guest of
Mrs J T. Danes Thursday afternoon.
Mrs ’ Lillian Dielas was the guest
of her sister Friday afternoon.
Mr. Grady Smith was the guest of
Miss Bunnie Danes Sunday afternoon.
Mr. Willie Jackson was the guest
of'his uncle Saturday and Sunday.
Misses Sallie and Annie Hunter were
guests of Misses Mellie and Belle Hay
nie Saturday and Sunday.
Miss Lizzie Wallace was the guest
of her aunt, Mrs. H. G. Hartley, Sat
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Fleming wehe the
guests of their father and mother, Mr.
and Mrs. J. C. Sikes, Sunday.
Mr Adams Fleming was the guest
of Miss Prudie Belle Sikes Thursday
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Maynard were
guests of relatives near Tallassee last
Sunday. . .
Mr J. T. Hartley was the guest ot
Miss Lillian Sliaford Sunday.
Miss Laies Nicholson was the guest
recently of her aunt, Mrs. Jessie Wages.
Mr and Mrs. Bud Wages were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hay
nie Sunday afternoon.
Misses Bird and Prudie Bell bikes
severe guests of Mrs. Eugenia Wallace
Mr. Carl Caruth. of Jefferson, was
the guest of Miss Montine Wallace
Mr. Homer Draper was the guest of
Miss Lillian Hill Sunday.
Mrs. Alice Thurmond was the guest
of Mrs. Robert Daniel Sunday.
The singing given by Miss Lillian
Hilly Sunday night was highly enjoyed
by all present.
Balance Sheet for
City of Winder
Ending March 15
In this issue of the News appears
the balance sheet for the time ending
March 15, 1921. It w-ill prove inter
esting reading to every citizen of Win
der as it is a statement of the financial
condition of our city. Read it care
fully so that you may know the con
dition of Winder.
Balance Sheet of the City of Winder
Ending March 15th, 1921.
Bills Receivable $ 260.59
Accts. Receivable Tapping
Water Mains § 373.26
Accts Receivable water & lights 25.13
Cash in the Bank 2,720.00
Securities in sinking fund
City of Winder Sewers Bonds 21,000.00
City of Winder water bonds 7,500.00
Special deposit at North Ga.
Trust & Banking Cos. @5 per
cent from Jan. 1920 4,361.00
Net Bond Debt 135,138.30
Accts Receivable 1917 Taxes 540.20
Accts Receivable 1918 Taxes 389.'4
Accts Receivable 1919 Taxes 243.25
Accts Receivable 1920 Taxes 8,523.28
Accounts Receivable on pav
Uncollected Fineg 210.40
Notes Payable $22,470.00
Accounts 'Payable 8,988.70
Water Bonds 45.000.00
Light Bonds 15,000.00
Sewer Bonds 38,000.00
School Bonds 35,000.00
Paving Bonds 35,000.00
Amount of unpaid bills brought for
ward from 1920 Administration $7084.20
Amount of Notes payable brought for
ward from 1920 administration SBOOO.OO
L. E. GRIFFETH, City Clerk
DO YOU NEED MONEY.
Farmers interested in the Federal
Farm Loan Act, in other words, those
interested in Itorrowing money for a
long period of years, at a low rate of
interest, will meet in the Ordinary’s
old office, Saturday, April 2nd, at 2
P. M. If you are interested in a loan,
see the County Agent before ,the meet
ing. An association will be organized
An effort is being made to have Con
gressman Bell present in the meeting.
WE ARE GINNING
This is to notify the general public
that the Summerour Gin is running
daily and will continue to operate
daily until further notice.
Highest market price paid for cot
ton seed and remnant cotton.
G. W. SUMMEROUR.
A. N. PORTER
We carry a ful lline of Feed Stuff,
OATS, CORN, HAY, COTTON
SEED MEAL, COTTON SEED
We can save you money on these
items. We make a specialty of all
kinds of Feed Stuff and are in posi
tion to serve you promptly and at pri
ces that will satisfy you. Give us a
A. N. PORTER
50 saod cigarettes
for 10c from
cne sack ot
Winder High Debates
Canton High Here Fri
day Evening 8 O’Clock
At eight o’clock Friday evening the
Winder High School debates the Can
ton High School both in Winder and
The two schools have two debating
teams each, and each negative team
debates away from home.
The question for discussion is Re
solved, “That the Constitution Should
give the General Assembly the power
to impose an income tax not to exceed
15 per cent of the Federal Income Tax
levied in this state.
The debaters for Winder High are
Affirmative, Frances Hubbard and
Sam Autry; Negative, Annie Lee Mc-
Donald and Kinch Carpenter.
An admission of 5 and 10 cents will
be charged to pay the expenses of the
judges. Come and give the boys and
girls of ours inspiration.
All people are warned against the
deposition of refuse in the form of
tin cans, trash, old bottles, rags, dead
animals or parts thereof, on my prem
ises. Anyone caught using my grove
on East Ave. for such purposes will
be prosecuted to the full extent of the
law. R. P. WILLIAMS.
THE WINDER NEWS
Ninth District High
School Contest Notes.
The first preliminary debate will be
held March 25th.
The final debate will be held on
Thursday night. April 22nd.
Friday morning, April 23rd, 10.00
o’clock, meeting of the teachers; 11
o'clock, Declamation and Domestic
Friday afternoon, 3 o’clock, Athlet
ics and Essay Contests; Friday night,
S o’clock, Music and Expression Con
All meetings free, except Friday
The State President has arranged
the following triangles for debate:
t. Toccoa's Negative will gcj to
Commerce; Commerce’s Negative will
go to Clermont; Clermont’s Negative
will go to Toccoa.
11. Cleveland’s Negative will go to
Cornelia; Cornelia's Negative will go
to Eastanolle; Eastonolle's Negative
will go to Cleveland.
111. Gainesville's Negative will go
to Canton: Canton’s Negative will go
to Winder; Winder’s Negative will go
IV. Buford’s Negative will go to
Jefferson; Jefferson’s Negative will go
to Lawrenceville; Lawreneeville's Neg
ative will go to Buford.
EASTER SERVICES AT THE M. E.
CHURCH, SUNDAY, MARCH 27.
10:20 A. M. Sunday school. Special
Easter program and rally of all the
Sunday school forces.
11 ;30 A. M. Easter sermon. Easter
decorations. Easter music by the choir.
Reception of new members at the close.
8:00 P. M. Program by Young peo
ple of the Sunday school including ex
ercises, songs and tableaux appropri
ate to the .season.
An invitation is extended to the
general public to worship with us on
this tlie greatest day of the church
L. Wilkie Collins, Pastor.
Winder 5c and 10c
We sold quantities of that good sheeting last Sat
urday at 10c per yard, and there were many who came
too late to get theirs; we had sold every yard. But we
will be prepared for you next Saturday. As long as it
lasts this good sheeting will sell at
10c per yard
Friday and Saturday, Mar. 25-26
Dress Calico at per yard 10c
Good Ginghams at per yard 12ic
Best quality Apron Ginghams, per yard 15c
Very Best quality dress Ginghams, the kind you have
been accustomed to paying 50c for at per yard . . 19c
Colored Dress Voile, per yard 35c
SALE ON SILK HOSE
All $2.00 Silk Hose going at, pair SI.OO
All $1.50 Hose, going at, per pay' 75c
He have the Easter Hats and we are selling them.
Our CUT PRICES attract as well as our splendid
Have you seen the table of hats selling at SI.OO each
And another table selling at $2.98 each
Let us supply your EASTER NEEDS.
He have what you want and we sell at the lowest
Winder 5c and 10c
Your neighbor’s home burned only a few days or months ago and a
cyclone is likely to strike this section atNany time, so INSURE with US
and lie down at night with a clear conscience und a peaceful mind. Don’t
DELAY. It may mean the loss of your home. Any man can build a home
once. A WISE man insures his property in a reliable insurance company
so that when calamity comes he can build again. He owes the protection
that it gives, to his peace of mind and the care of his loved ones.
Kilgore, Radford & Smith
WATCH AND JEWELRY
I have removed my Jewelry and
watch repair office to room 403 Win
der National Bank Building-.
Where I am prepared to~do all
kinds of watch and jewelry repairing
First Class Work
B. E. PA TRICK
403 Winder Nat. Bank Building.
SUBSCRIPTION; $1.50 A YEAR