THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1921.
WOMAN'S FEDERATED OLIBS.
(Continued from first page)
Citizenship liy Miss Claire Anderson.
A delightful luncheon was served the
visitors at the New Winder Hotel by
the local clubs at 2:00 o’clock.
The Presidents’ conference was held
at 3:00 o'clock and at 3 :30 a business
meeting was held. Mrs. Dora Kiser-
Webster and Mrs. M. F. Nelms, presid
Miss Mary Creswell and Dr. Dorothy
Booher read splendid papers on “Edu
cation and the Home,” and ‘‘Medical
Inspection of the Schools,” respective
Mesdames Moseley, Niblaok, Bush
and MH’urry rendered most delightful
There were present during the meet
ing six state officers, 15 district officers
and chairmen, 20 delegates and 12 vis
itors, making a total of 53.
The entertainment of all the visitors
on the part of the local clubs was su
perb and we are sure that the 1921
meeting of the Woman’s Federated
Clubs of the Ninth District was one of
great pleasure and profit.
The next meeting will be held in
Where They Were Entertained.
The following delegates were pres
ent with their hostesses:
Mrs. George A. Johns, hostess:
Mrs. M. F. Nelms, Commerce, Ga.
Mrs. Hubert Yow, Martin, Ga.
Mrs. J. E. Hayes, Montezuma, Ga.
Mrs. J. H. Downy, Gainesville, Ga.
Mrs. W. O. Perry, hostess:
Mrs. J. J. Harber, Commerce, Ga.
Mrs. J. E. McElroy, Norcross, Ga.
Mrs. 8. T. Ross, hostess:
Mrs. Effle Flanigan, Jefferson, Ga.
Mrs. C. O. Maddox, hostess:
Mrs. W. W. Stark, Commerce, Ga.
Mrs. IV. L. Collins, hostess:
Mrs. A. C. Brown, Jefferson.
Mrs. Ned Pendergrass, Jefferson.
Mrs. W. C. Horton, hostess:
Mrs. C. E. Pittman, Commerce, Ga.
Mrs. H. U. Chestnutt, Lawrenceville.
Mrs. W. H. Quarterman, hostess:
Mrs. A. P. Brantley, Blackshear.
Mrs. Jeff Davis, Toocoa, Ga.
Mrs. W. L. Jackson, hostess:
Mrs. W. M. Kendy, Noreross, Ga.
Mrs. H. J. Reynolds, Norcross, Ga.
Mrs. B. It. Jackson, hostess:
Mrs. IT. B. Price, Commerce, Ga.
Miss Claire Anderson, Commerce.
Mrs. T. A. Maynard, hostess:
Mrs. T. L. Ambrose, Lawrenceville.
Mrs. C. B. Almond, hostess:
Mrs. W. C. Edwards, Toceoa.
We will sell 15 pounds of Sugar to the Dollar on Fri
day and Saturday. One Dollar’s worth to the customer.
Do not think hard of your grocery man for not selling
you sugar at these prices for the market does not au
We are doing it to keep you sweet. We want every
body to feel good and keep in a good humor.
Our sale continues big and we are still giving our
customers big va’ues. Many things just as cheap as
MOTHERS, BUY FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY DUR
ING THIS SALE. A FEW DOLLARS WILL GO A
LONG WAY IN OUR GINGHAM, ORGANDIE.
VOILE, TAFFETA and DRESS DEPARTMENT.
WE ARE LOOKING FOR YOU. OTHERS ARE
BUYING FREELY. WHY NOT YOU?
DON’T FORGET THE SUGAR FRIDAY AND SAT
MULBERRY S. S, C ONVENTION.
The Baptists of the Mulberry Sunday
school convention met at Ilethnbra
liurch Tuesday and Wednesday in a de
lightful session. A large crowd of del
egates were present from the various
schools of the territry. The following
officers were elected :
W. P. Holland, President; Lee Rob
erts, secretary; J. B. Brookshire, Ist
vice president; Ix*e Roberts, 2nd vice
president; W. F. Hall 3rd vice presi
Rev. TV. 11. Faust, of Winder, preach
ed the introductory sermon at 11 o’clock
The local church served a bountiful
dinner and a pleasant and profitable
day was observed and enjoyed by all.
J. W. SUMMEROUR
J. W. SUMMEROUR
Mrs. A. L. Fricks, Toceoa.
Mrs. M. C. Wiley, hostess :
Mrs. J. M. Brooksher, Dahlonega.
Mrs. M. B. Gallaird, Dahlonega.
Mrs. R. H. Baker, Dahlonega.
Mrs. W. N. Bailey, hostess:
Mrs. Dora Kiser-Webster, Norcross.
Mrs. P. A. Flanigan, hostess :
Mrs. Alonzo Richardson, Atlanta.
Mrs. Hugh Willett, Atlanta.
Mrs. O. 8. Millsaps, hostess:
Mrs. J. L. Whatley, Toecoa.
Mrs. Barnett, Toecoa.
Mrs. Reha Vonderleitb, hostess:
Miss Rose Waters, Martin, Ga,
Mrs. W. L. DeLaPerriere, hostess:
Mrs. Pope Yow, Martin, Ga.
Mrs. C. 8. Williams, hostess:
Mrs. T. E. Summerour, Norcross.
Mrs. M. C. Rhodes, Norcross.
Mrs. H. A. Carithers, hostess:
Mrs. Jno. N. Holder, Jefferson.
Mrs. G. H. Kilgore, hostess:
Mrs. H. N. Gowder, Lula, Ga.
Mrs. Paul Turner, Lula,
Mrs. A. A. Camp, hostess:
Miss Ainie Ray, Norcross, Ga.
Mrs. N. J. Kelly, hostess: \
Mrs. Bnm Kelly, Jefferson, Ga.
Mrs. E. R. Harris, hostess :
Miss Mary Creswell, Athens, Ga.
Dr. Dorothy Booher, Atlanty,
Mrs. George W. Woodruff, hostess:
Mrs. J. Hoard Sununerour, Duluth.
Mrs. M. F. Harvey, Duluth.
Miss Christine Clayton, hostess:
Mrs. G. K. Bagwell, Lawrenceville.
Miss Miriam Bennett, hostess:
Miss Nona May Morrison, Jefferson.
Mrs. 11. T. Flanigan, hostess:
Mrs. C. A. Mize, Commerce, Ga.
Mrs. J. T. Strange, hostess:
Mrs. J. I). Simpson, Toecoa, Ga.
Mrs. A. D. McCurry, hostess:
Mrs. I*. D. Landrum, Martin.
Mrs. Land, hostess:
Hon. M. L. Brittain, Atlanta.
Jl Tale of the
by DAVID ANDERSON
COorrU*i fcx U Bobka-KwtlU Ooapaay)
"I never got a letter in my life,” he
said, “nor wrote one.”
"Neither did L” She turned the let
ter over and over, studying It “Box
23,” she mused. “It’s for Daddy! He
couldn’t rend it, even If he were here.
Do you think I should open it?”
"Yes, I think you should,” he ad
She tore open the end of the envrf
ope and drew out a folded sheet of
legal cap. As she unfolded It, a bill
“Fifty Dollars! Why—Why—"
—a greenback— fell out upon her lap.
She pounced upon It.
"Fifty dollars! Why—why—!”
"The letter will tell,” he said, lean
ing eagerly toward her.
THE WINDER NEWB
She nnfolded the stiff sheet, the In
ner side of It covered with the letter,
written In a clear, readable hand:
“Vincennes, Ind., June 15, 184 —.
“My Dear Colonel:
“Enclosed I am sending the usual
monthly remittance, as per your order
when you left.
“Why haven’t you answered any of
my letters? I have sent the remit
tance regularly but have not heard a
word from you for nearly seven years.
As I have repeatedly told you, your
estate has Increased till I hardly know
how to Invest It further. If I don’t
hear from you I shall have to come
up Jo Buckeye for a consultation.
(Continued next week.)
Death of Mrs. Morrison.
Mrs. Capitola Rogers Morrison, who
formerly lived in this section and who
has many friends and relatives here,
but who has been living in Texas for
several years, died ut her heme in
that state last week. Her body was
brought back to Georgia and was bur
ied at Commerce Tuesday of this week.
The strong Grammar Grade track
team will meet the Eighth and Ninth
Grade track team at nine o’clock at
the school grounds Saturday. Harrison
and Perry will be the tackling men of
Will be sold before the court house
door of said county, within the legal
hours of sale on the first Tuesday in
June, 1921, the following described
Oue tract of land lying and being in
Ben Smith’s district, G. M., Barrow
county, Georgia, containing thirty-eight
(38) acres more or less, and bounded
on west by E. J. Hutchins lands, on
the north by D. B. Maxey and A. J.
Durham’s lands, on the east by other
lands of Tom E. Adams, on the south
by the lands of said T. E. Adams. Be
ginning at a postoak in the fork of
two roads and running N. 48 E. 22.00
chains to a rock : thence S. 23 E. 20.60
chains to a point: thence S. 48 W. 22
chains to a rock ; thence N. 23 IV. 20.60
chains to beginning post oak corner.
Said property levied on ns the prop
erty of Tom Adams by virtue of an ex
ecution Issued from Municipal Court of
Atlanta (Fulton Division) In favor of
Elijah V. Deaton, against Tom Adams,
principal and M. M. Snider and S. A.
Wilson, securities, and sold to satisfy
said execution. Due notice given ten
ant in possession.
H. O. CAMP, Sheriff.
Ladies’ Hats Galore
HAVE YOU GOT YOURS? PRICE.
Men’s and Boys’ Clothing
THEY ARE GOING FAST. PRICE ~ ... M „
$14.45 and $19.75
YOU CANNOT AFFORD TO LET THIS OPPORTU
NITY PASS. ♦
See our $1.98 Table of LADIES SLIPPERS. We have
added over ONE HUNDRED PAIRS TO THIS TA
BLE THIS WEEK.
W. H. Faust to Preach
mon at Braselton 22nd.
Rev. TV. H. Faust has accepted an
invitation to preach the commence
ment sermon at Braselton on Sunday,
May 22, at 11 o’clock.
Prof. T. C. Llewcllcn, superintendent
of the Braselton High school. In co-op
eration with the teachers, pupils and
the Board of Education, has arranged
an interesting program for the close of
On Tuesday night. May 24, the pu-
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Everybody knows what these tires are-
More People Ride on Goodyear Than Any
I Owners of small cars
md owners of big ones,
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pils of the public school department
will render an interesting program. S
The High school department will
have charge of the program Wednes
day night, which will include a play
and other excellent entertainments.
On Thursday night the literary ad-,
dress will be delivered by Col. T. Hoyt
Davis, of Vienna, Ga. He is a fine
On Friday afternoon, May 27, at
2 :30 P. M. there will be a great meet
ing of the parents at the school. Prof.
Llewellen will make a speech on the
progress of the school.
Braselton has a fine school and the
c ramencement exercises this year pror *
ise to be unusally interesting.