THURSDAY, JUNE 30. 1921.
Winder’s First Class in
1 Home Hygiene, Etc.
Takes Final Exams.
/>n January 26th, 1921, a number of
"Winder matrons elected to avail them
selves of the opportunity of learning
something of modem bedside nursing,
sanitation and hygiene. We did not
really anticipate the work being so
pleasant and instructive but now we all
feel the necessity of intelligent under
standing of fundamental principles of
in our daily duties, especially as re
gards the making of better men and
women of our children.
None of us expect to do actual or
practical nursing but we had just a
little interest in such things and a de
sire to learn some of the scieutilc
methods that many times may be of in
estimable satisfaction, if not real \alue,
at some critical moment when someone
of our family or our neighbors family,
in an emergency, need intelligent ser
vice for some sickness or injury before
/the physician can get there.
We all have reached the stage in
life where we must leave the old eus
t urn ary flaths of ignorance, supersti
tion and mimicry and use the gifts of
progressive science for the uplift and
betterment of those about us, as well
as ourselves. Our mothers and grand
mothers, God bless them, suffered
enough because of prevailing Ignorance,
regarding best methods of caring for
out) children an<J children's children,
when too young to care for themselves,
the sick and injured, when the services
cf a physician was not obtainable, with
out we ourselves following the same
trodden paths, particularly when mod
ern methods, education and science
have clariled this work so much.
We have had a very delightful
.course of study given us by Mrs. Ruby
i(j. Worsham, our most amiable and
competent Public Health Nurse, for
Barrow county. We have enjoyed ev
ery Wesson or lecture. We wish every
mother and matron in the county could
have this course. We feel very grate
ful to Mrs. Worsham for her indul
gence, consideration and devotion to
the class. By her patience and gener
osity we have passed on from one step
to another until we feel that we are
better women and mothers than we
were before. Possibly none of us
praise her now for what she is worth to
i community, as we should, but the
benefits derived from her work here
will bear fruit in years to come.
We all feel a personal loss and re
gret very much that this community
must lose this nurse and her services.
We regret that circumstances are such
that it seems impossible to keep her in
this field. We commend her to this
work anywhere she may go. We hope
she will receive a cordial welcome and
a kindly cooperation in her field of en
deavor wherever she may go after she
Twelve of this class met at Mrs. G.
A. Johns’s elegant Candler street home
on Friday June 17, for a day of pleas
ure as well as taking final examination
in Lis course of training that has last
ed for the past four mouths. Af
ter the morning hours were spent in
written examinations and all the class
had given in their papers, a picnic lun
cheon wap served. Everybody re
mained and it was one big family, hav
ing a big time, enjoying the cordiali
ty and hospitality of Judge and Mrs.
Johns. After luncheon Mrs. Worsham
gave the practical examination, using a
big life-size artificial baby, in making
the demonstration of caring for the lit
tle ones. This has been a class with
out friction and we are proud of the
fact that everything has passed off so
pleasantly from the beginning to this
last day of pleasant association and
Again, in conclusion we wish to
thank Mrs. Worsham for her patience,
punctuality and kindness to the class.
Mrs. Alice Dunn, Mrs. H. T. Flani
gan, Mrs. Mac Hargrove, Mrs. B. B.
.factft&an. Mrs. Otis Jackson Mrs. Johns,
Mrs.oslrry Millikin, Mrs. G. C. Mose
ley, Mrs. Quarterman, Mrs. Paul Rob
erts, Mrs. E. F. Saxon, Mrs. Carrie Wal
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Sectional W. M. U
Mrs. B. H. Jenkins, of Monroe, pres
ident of the Appalachee W. M. U. and
Mrs. E. S. Harris of Bethlehem, sec
tional vice president, met with the
members of the Womans Missionary
society at the Second Baptist church
here last Sunday afternoon and held a
very helpful meeting which was well
attended by the local members and sev
eral from the First Baptist church.
Mrs. Jenkins is an enthusiastic work
er and an inspiring speaker. The meet
ing meant much for the womans work
of this church.
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A number of church conferences have
been arranged by the Presbyterians of
Athens Presbytery for the week, july
4th to Bth." These conferences will be
in the interest of Evangelism and Stew
ardship, and will be conducted by two
teams of speakers, composed of some of
the leading ministers and laymen of
the Presbytery. The following church
es have been selected as the places for
these metings: July 4th. Thyatira and
Homer; July sth, Mizpah and Cornel
ia ; July 6th, Winder and Lavonia;
July 7th, New Hope and Royston; July
Bth, Danielsville and Sharon.
The program at each place will be
gin at 10:30 A .M. Dinner will be serv
ed on the ground at 12 :SO. At 1:30
the 'afternoon session will begin and
the conference will close at 4 P. M. A
number of these conferences were held
last summer and were a great pleasure
and benefit to the large number of peo
ple who attended them. Members of
other Presbyterian churches, within
reach of these meeting places, are ask
ed to take note of these announce
ments, and are invited to attend the
conference near you. Don't forget to
bring a well-filled basket of lunch.
C. M Chumbley ]
J. A. Simpson }■ Com.
E. M. Munroe, Jr. J
Mrs. Della Attaway and Misses Cla
ra Cooper and Willie Mae Greeson vis
ited Mrs. Melvin Murphy Saturday af
Mr. and Mrs. Alton Sims and Mr. and
Mrs. Clarence Hardy were guests of
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Hardy Sunday af
Mr.' Grover Bailey of Cedar Hill
visited Miss Ollie Murphy Sunday af
Mr. and Mrs Lee Tate of Gainesville
were the week-end guests of Mr and
Mrs .1 G Attaway
Misses Alma Patrick, Leila and Ber
tha Pool, of Winder, were visiting Miss
Gerdie Muxey Tuesday afternoon
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wheeler of Louis
ville, Ivy., are visiting relatives here.
Miss Eula Hardy spent Monday
night with Miss Desma Murphy.
Mi’s. Mary Puckett had as her dinner
guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin
Hudgins, Mr. and Mrs Atticus Wheeler
and Mr. and Mrs. Hersehel Puckett.
Miss Ollie Murphy spent Saturday
night with Miss Birtie House.
Mr. Jottie Doster and Miss Mary Lou
Rainey, both of this place, were hap
pily married Saturday afternoon at
the home of Rev. Runyon Collins. We
wdsh for this couple a long and happy
Mrs. F. M. Hardy and Mrs. Castle
berry spent Saturday with Mr. and
Mrs. J. L. Greeson.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Murphy of
Hosclitou visited Mr. and Mrs. G. W.
Misses Delle and Fannie Sims spent
Friday night with Miss Annie Clark.
Mr. and Mrs. John Wheeler of Win
der were the guests of the former's
mother Sunday afternoon.
Miss Carrie Bell House entertained
a few of her little friends at a doll par
ty Saturday afternoon. Those present
were Misses Willie Mae Castleberry,
Lucile Murphy, May Opal House, Lois
Lee and Hazel Maxey.
Miss Ollie Murphy spent a few r days
last week with her sister, Mrs. J. L.
Mr. Luther Wheeler and family of
Jefferson spent Friday night with the
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hardy were
the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Al
ton Sims Sunday.
A. N. Porter
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Due to reduction in the number of
clerks necessitated by reduced appro
priations, Victory Medal distribution
has been ordered discontinued. No
more applications can be handled at
the Victory Medal Office, 204 Journal
Building, Atlanta. Notice will be given
of the place to which applications
should be sent in future, Orders have
not been received regarding them. —Win,
A. Kent, Adjutant General, Victory
* BETHEL NEWS. *
Mrs. J. J. Bolton and Mrs. Sims vis
ited Mrs. Lillie Ridgeway Tuesday.
Mrs. J. W. Adams was the guest of
Mrs. T. W. Partee Saturday afternoon.
Messrs Clyde Hilton and Roy Mau
ders of Auburn, were guests of Mr.
Coleman Brown Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Grady McGaugliey and
children were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
C. A. Edwards Sunday night.
Mr. and Mrs. John Wilburn, of Chap
el, and Mrs. Willie Shore were the
week-end guests of Mr. W. T. Brown
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wages were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. 11. Ridgeway
Mrs. C. A. Edwards and Mrs. G. C.
Brown were guests of W. C. Shore on
Messrs Ira Adams and Albert Harris
visited Mr. Bill Ledson Thursday ev
Master Willie Ridgeway was the
guest of Mr. Willie Partee Thursday
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Adams visited Mr.
and Mrs. T. W. Partee Sunday evening.
Mrs. C. A Edwards and Mrs J. W.
Adams visited Mrs. Lillie Ridgeway
Misses Lona Belle and Mary Lee Ed
wards were guests of Miss Susie
Brown Wednesday afternoon.
Several from here attended the sing
ing at Carter Hill Sunday night.
Mrs. G. W. Edwards was in Winder
There will be a singing here Sunday
Sunday was home coming day at this
place. It was largely attended and
highly enjoyed by all.
Mr. T. W. Partee was in Winder on
Messrs. Ira Adams and Herbert
Brown were guests of Misses Alma and
Ola Walls Sunday.
Mr. J. W. Adams was the guest of
Mr. T. W. Partee Thursday night.
We are glad to say that Mrs. Lillie
Ridgeway is some better at this writ
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THE WINDER NEWS
Sch 00l Association
More than 125 County Sunday school
conventions Will be held in this state
during the summer months. R. D.
Webb is general superintendent of the
work in this state. Ir is expected that
the Barrow county Sunday school con
tion will be held on August 31st.
Mrs. Birtie Allen was the guest on
Wednesday afternoon of Mrs. Tilda
Miss Ruth Allen was the guest of
Miss Carmen Elder Saturday after
Miss Bessie Simpson was the guest
of Miss Jewell Elliott Saturday after
Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Flanigan and
son, Randall, were guests of the for
mer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E.
Flanigan Saturday night and Sunday.
Miss Jewell Elliott spent Saturday
night with Miss Bessie Simpson.
Mr. Lester Simpson spent Saturday
night with Mr. Hoyt Cruce near Sha
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Skelton spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Elli
Mrs. Joy is visiting her daughter,
Mrs. C. P. Allen, for a few days.
Miss Alene Smith was the guest of
Misses Nellie and Ruth Allen Sunday
Mrs. W. E. Flanigan is visiting her
son, Mr. G. R. Flanigan, of Greene
Mr. and Mrs. Anglin, of Winder,
were visiting their daughter and fam
ily, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Wright, recent
Misses Rosa Reynolds, Ila Fleeman
and Mattie Lou Fireman were guests
of Miss Flora Simpson Sunday.
Misses Bessie Simpson and Thelma
Allen were guests of Miss Snbra Farr
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Attaway spent
Saturday night and Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Allen.
Several new visitors were present
at Sunday school Sunday.
I will be away from my studio after
tomorrow (Friday) for two weeks.—
A. E. KNIGHT.
A Change Which Is Not a
The small group of individuals who compose the Gov
ernment Ownership advocates in Georgia, finding that
the people and members of the Legislature of Georgia
were unanimously opposed to their Water Power Bills,
claim that they have sticken out of these bills several
The parts which have been omitted from the new bills
are not material to the public interest and the most ob
jectionable features still remain’ viz:
The Bills still contain the clauses providing for un
limited issues of Bonds by the State and under the re
vised billb the State could and would be loaded withl
hundreds of millions of debt.
The bills double the limit to which counties and muni
cipalities could issue bonds, which is far beyond the
safety mark prescribed by the Constitution,-and for
—That a few restless individuals may more readily
and easily exploit the farmers and small town people
The statements about undeveloped water powers
The Water Powers in Georgia are being developed
by private enterprises intelligently and economically,
and much more rapidly than they would be if these bills
The statements about drainage and floods are pure
camouflage-just pretty words to fool you.
The statements about putting electric service on
farms are gross exaggerations.
There is no demand from the people of Georgia for
such legislation. It has been condemned by the public
wherever it has been discussed. These bills are drawn
to raid Georgia’s treasury and to use money raised by
taxing homes and the farms, to establish Socialism in
our good old state.
THEY ARE THE SAME OLD BILLS, TRIMMED
TO DECEIVE YOU INTO SUPPORTING THEM.
Georgia Railway & Power Cos.
Chamberlain’s Tablets Are Mild And
Gentle in Effect.
The laxative effect of Chamberlain's
Tablets is so mild and geutle that you
can hardly realize that it has been pro
duced by a medieine.
E. L. Moore, expert Piano Tuner and
Player, will he in Winder July 4th and
sth. Leave your orders with J. B.
Brookshire, Athens Street.
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every year or so.
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of losing or damaging it.
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403 Winder Nat. Bank Building