THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1921
Social and Personal News
The News acknowledges with thanks
•m invitation to attend the marriage
of Miss Mary Imogeue Itoekwell to Mr.
John Laffiteau Sutlive on Thursday,
October 27tli. in Savannah. Both are
popular young people in the City by the
Sea and the best wishes of a host of
friends go out to them.
Mrs. Herbert Edward Haynes lias the
honour of announcing the marriage of
her sister. Miss'Lurleen O'Neill Garri
son to Mr. Joseph Andrew Rasmussen
on Tuesday, the twentieth of Septem
ber. 1921, at the Methodist Episcopal
church, Greenwich, Connecticut.
Mrs. Rasmussen will be remembered
here, her former home, by many friends
and former admirers who will be in
terested to know that she is happily
Junior B. Y. P. U. Entertain,
The Junior B.Y. P. U. will entertain
the Baptist Laymen's club in the church
parlors next Friday evening at seven
thirty o’clock. The Union is very en
thusiastic in the thought of entertain
ing their “daddies" in their new Lay
mens Club which was recently organ
ized. They urge every Baptist man in
town to enjoy this social hour with
Benefit Hallowe’en Fete.
The D. A. R. and the public school
teachers will hold a Hallowe'en Fete
jointly at the school auditorium on the
, evening of October 28, 1921.
P The proceeds to be divided equally —
the teachers' part going toward the de
fraying of the athletic demands and the
I)., A. R. for other worthy purposes.
Pause and remember the time of the
year. Father, your family and as sure
as fate, bo at the school house by eight.
Mrs. Elme r McKinney
Mrs. Elmer McKinney entertained at
a lovely party Friday afternoon in hon
or of Mrs. Hubert Eberhart who leaves
soon to make her home jn Montgomery,
The living room was beautiful with
the decorations of pot plants and mar
igolds. After several most Interesting
f .,nie of bunco, a delicious salad course
was served by the hostess’ mother, Mrs.
J. Lamar Jackson. The invited guests
cere Mesdames Hubert Eberhart. How
ard Rogers, Rob Pirkle, Misses Reu
notte Woodruff, Sybil Millsaps, Kath
b>en Wilson, Montiue Robinson, Evelyn
■adford, Margaret Russell, Josephine
House. Mabel Herrin, Charlotte and
Nell McCants, Let ha Cooper, Dorothy
Rowland, F>eulah Ferguson.
Mrs. Ralph Smith Hostess.
A happy occasion last week was the
sewing party on Thursday afternoon
given by Mrs, Ralph Smith. The liv
ing room and dining-room were thrown
together for the assembling of the
Late in the afternoon a delicious sal
ad course was served. The guest list
was composed of Mesdames E. R. Har
ris, Clyde Williamson, E. F. Saxon, NN
TI. Jennings, E. W. Oliver, Rastus
Smith, John Maynard, E. L. Bediug
tiold, Paul Roberts, J. M. Aiken, W. N.
Bailey, George Thompson, Howard Per
ry, D. F. Thompson, Byrd Harris, L. A.
Fortson, H. A. Carithers, J. T. Walden,
J. F. Broome, Lester Moore, Howard
Oolvard, Edgar DeLaPerriere, J. B.
Parham and G. W. Smith.
Miss Nona I .and Becomes liride of Mr.
E. C. Anchors.
The wedding of Miss Nona Lund, of
V/ienntl, and Mr. Ellisoif Cook Anchors,
was solemnized at the home of the
bride’s brother and sister, Mr. and Mrs.
Kort E. Land, in Macon recently. Tne
simple but beautiful ceremony was per
formed by Rev. H. T. Freeman, of the
Cherokee Heights Methodist church,
the altar being formed of masses of
golden rod, tall pedestals holding has
bets of flowers. Pink candles gleamed
at intervals through the masses of
greenery, In handsome silver candel
The wed ling music was beautifully
rendered by Mrs. Carl Land, of Winder,
who sang -At Dawning” shortly before
♦.he ceremony, and by Miss Frances
Crrr at the piano, who played the wed-
Pjng manh for the entrance of the bri
Mrs. Anchors is the daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Henry Land, of Vienna, and
the sister of Mr. Max Land, of Cor
uele, Mr. Fort Land, of Maeon. Mr.
Carl Land, of Winder, and Mrs. P. G.
Pushy, of Cordele.
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Carrington,
and daughter, Anna Loo, spent last
Sunday in Pahloneea the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. M. C. Wiley.
Mrs. Emma Kirk of Toecoa spent the
week with Mrs. NY. W. Sheridan.
Mrs. Guy Kilgore spent last week
end in Atlanta with relatives.
Mrs. Bessie Edwards is visiting
friends in Atlanta this week.
Mr and Mrs. J. M. Aiken visited rel
atives in Monroe last Sunday.
Mrs. 1,. A. Fortson spent last Sat
urday in Atlanta.
Mrs. Z. F. Jackson left Tuesday morn
ing to visit relatives in Atlanta.
Miss Ola Redmond spent the first of
the week in Atlanta.
Mrs. Grover C.Moseley is visiting in
Atlanta this week for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Lore, Mr. and Mrs.
S. H. Ware motored to Atlanta last
• • •
Mrs. S. H. Ware has returned from
a few days' visit to her sister in At
Dr. and Mrs. C. B. Mott went up to
Lakemont Tuesday for a few days’
We are glad to note that Dr. E. F.
Saxon, who has been ill, is able to be
Mr and Mrs. W. O. MeMullan of El
berton, were the week end guests of
Mrs. Georgia Harris.
Mesdames Eley, Haralson and Mad
dox and baby have returned from a
few days’ stay in Atlanta.
Little Miss Mary Oliver, of Grayson,
has returned home after a ten-days' vis
it to her cousin, Virginia Oliver.
Mr. and Mrs. John Craft and chil
dren spent last Sunday with relatives
Mrs. Ralph Smith entertained at a
small bridge party last Friday, guests
for two tables were present on this oc
Mrs. H. X. Rainey and son. Xickson,
of Atlanta, were guests of friends and
relatives in the city for a few days the
tirst of the week.
Mrs. H. X. Moon has returned to her
home in Xashville, Tenn, after spending
two weeks with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. A. Y. Eavenson.
I)r. and Mrs. J. T. Wages have re
turned to their home in Macon after
a few days’ visit to relatives and
friends in Winder.
Mrs. Preston Williams, Mrs. W. M.
Holsenbeck and Mrs. Clarence DeLaPer
riere, of Hoschton, were in Monroe on
Miss Mabel Herrin and Letlia Cooper
will the week end guests of Mrs. Paul
Williams of Athens, going down for
the Georgia-Oglethorpe game.
Miss Kuth Wages of Comer is in
Winder with her grand parents, Mr.
and Mrs. A. S. Morgan. She is attend
ing Winder school this fall.
Revs. W. H. Faust and T .C. Buch
anan attended the meeting of the He
bron association meeting in Madison
county last Tuesday.
Rev. W. H. Faust attended a meet
ing of the trustees of the Chattahoo
chee High school at Clermont Thurs
day as a representative of the execu
tive board of the Georgia Baptist con
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Brooks accompa
nied their daughter und baby as far as
Atlanta last Saturday. Mrs. Eberhart
was on her way to Montgomery. Ala..
to join her husband where they will re
side in the future.
Mrs. W. F. Robertson, of Crawford,
Miss Sara Mae McWhorter, of Mt. Ver
sion and Miss Bessie McWhorter, of
Dexter, Ga., are six-nding this week
with their father, Mr. J. W. McWhort
er. Miss Minnie McWhorter, who lias
been teaching near Smithville, has re
signed her position there and will re
main at home with her father.
Mr. nnd Mrs. H. C. DeLaPcrriere and
Master William, were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Preston Williams and Mrs. Vallie
| Arnold on last Wednesday and Thurs
day On Wednesday evening they mo
tored to Monroe to attend the Walker-
McWhorter wedding which event was
of state-wide interest.
AN URGENT APPEAL
Winder, Ga., Oct. 1921.
My dear reader: —
May I not ask for just FIVE MIN
UTES of your valuable time to read
what I have to say on behalf of the
UNFORTUNATE CHILDREN in our
institution. The Georgia Industrial
Home, better known as the “Mumford
Orphanage," located at Macon. Georgia,
is not a “Poor House,” but a Real
Home, for all homeless, friendless and
REV. W. E. MUMFORD
destitute white children in Georgia. It
is non-denoniinational, but is in the
highest sense Christian, and I believe
every true and patriotic citizen in the
state should feel it. a DUTY as well as
a PRIVILEGE to assist in maintaining
it. Let me therefore beseech you to
remember us witli a SUBSTANTIAL
DONATION, TO-DAY. We need MORE
contributions and larger ones.
This institution shelters, clothes,
feeds and educates approximately one
hundred and fifty children annually,
who are sent to us from almost every
section of the state; and this work
cannot be successfully done on 'PEN
NY” contributions; however, every pen
ny is very deeply appreciated. We are
now taking care of a large number of
children and others are knocking on
doors for entrance, and they must have
a HOME, we cannot turn them away to
wander around in the. COLD world,
hungry, homeless, friendless and with
out ail education.
I verily believe that we should feel
■jointly interested in the conduct and
welfure of these children, in SAN ING
them from EVIL influences and mak
ing dependable and USEFUL men and
women of them. It is not a ONE mans
job. neither is it the duty of only a
faithful FEW; we need and ought to
have the co-operation of every WHOLE
HEARTED man and woman in Geor
■This work is IMPERATIVE, these
children must be cared for, they are
not responsible for their existence, but
| they are here never-the-less; God had
purpose in suffering them to come into
the world. WHAT THEN SHALL WE
DO WITH THEM? Shall we neglect
and suffer them to grow up in IDLE
NESS and IGNORANCE, to become
CRIMINALS of almost every type? Or
shall we provide the necessary homes,
schooling and training for them: such
as the GEORGIA INDUSTRIAL home
in which they will be developed into
PATRIOTIC, BUSINESS and CHRIS
TIAN men and women? We believe
your answer will be: they should have
a chance in life. Well, that's good; But
how MUCH ARE YOU willing to con
tribue to give them a chance?
Sympathy or tears ALONE, will
not provide for these children. It takes
MONEY, hard woiNt and business meth
ods to run an institution of this sort
successfully. IT TAKES A PLAIN
BUSINESS PROPOSITION. What will
you do with it? Do not wait for a con
venient season. Our needs are l R
Many things may be put off until to
morrow, but CHILDREN without shel
ter, food, and clothing, MUST be car
ed for to-day.
We leave these questions for you to
answer, and conclude by saying that
the inmates of the Georgia Industrial
home are the Lord's POOR kin. and its
officers are HIS HUMBLE servants,
md liberal contributors to almost, if
not every GOOD work in the state, and
elsewhere; and we therefore ask for
your loyal and LIBERAL support.
Yours in Christian sevice,
HENRY J. LANGSTON,
Caro Nowell Hotel, Winder, Ga.
XMiss Bosnia Elder left last week for
Decatur, Ain., where she will teach in
the public school.
Misses Modine Thompson, Lizzile
Mae Ridgeway and Vera Adams of
Bethlehem spent last week-end with
Misses Fay and Fannielu Tucker.
THE WINDER NEWS
Miss Velma Cody will be at home to
her friends for awhile after spending
the summer at Jonesboro with her sis
ter. Mrs. W. H. Edgar.
Mrs. W. M. Fite went down to Atlan
ta this week to attend the Southeastern
Dr. and Mrs. C. S. Williams of Win
der. Mrs. Jim Miller of Bogart spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Nuu
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. 1.. Thurmond were
the guests of relatives in Athens Sun
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Wall of Muys
ville and W. 1). Wall of Sparta were
tin' dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and
Mrs. T. C. Wall.
Mr and Mrs. W. J. Ross, Jack and
Fred Ross spent Sunday in Bethlehem
as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. li.
Mrs. W. M. Fite and Mrs. Fannie
Steed motored out to New Pentecost
Sunday afternoon to the singing.
Miss Helen Arnold spent the week
end here with her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Robertson and
children were the week-end guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Maleorn of Oconee
Mrs. C. E. Nichelsou returned to
Gainesville Monday to take up her
Mr. T. N. Lancaster lias been attend
ing an association over near Maysville
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Smith of Bogart
were the week-end guests of the latter’s
mother, Mrs. W. I). McDonald.
Mrs. W. I). Bolton and little daugh
ter, Kathleen, of Elbertou, spent the
week here with relatives.
Martin Nash of Jefferson was with
his parents Sunday.
D. L. Hale and family motored to
Atlanta Sunday for the day.
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Lowe of Wat
kinsville were the week-end guests of
Karl Thurmond 'returned Mjnday
from Cleveland where he spent awhile
with his parents.
Misses Sara Lowe. Ida lee Ross and
Susie Belle Perkins went up to Athens
Mrs. J. NV. Williams and Weldon, Jr.,
of Colbert were the week-end guests of
Prof. Williams at the home of Mrs. T.
Miss Marion Reynold was the week
end guest of her sister, Miss Hnriet
Reynolds of Palmetto.
Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Hutchins enter
tained as their guests Sunday Mr. and
Mrs. Alexander of Athens.
Mrs. T. J. Sykes entertained her Sun
day school class Saturday evening at
the home of Mrs.*E. H. Itylee, with an
oyster stew. Quite a goodly number
present and a real good time was ex
pressed by everybody there.
The Womans Missionary society of
the Baptist church held their regular
meeting Tuesday afternoon at the
church. Avery good attendance and
quite a good deal of interest.
One of the most interesting parties
of the season was the 14th birthday and
Hallowe'en party combined, given by
Miss Ruth Fite to her little friends and
classmates, Saturday evening, at her
home on Broad street. As each guest
entered they were ushered into the sit
ting room, which was lovely with pot
plants and cut flowers. Music was en
joyed for awhile and then a contest us
ing tire words “Hallowe’en” of which
Doll Cheek and Louise Day were the
At 9:30 they were invited into the
dining room which looked very spooky
with its dim lights and Jack O’Lanterns
and black cats. In the center of no
table was a cake with 14 candles rep
resenting 14 years, over which was
placed the Gypsy style of cooking with
its Jack O’Lantern pot hanging on the
hook. The decorations were in black
and yellow and were carried out in ev
ery detail. Cake and sandwiches were
1 later served, all wishing Ruth many
Mrs. W. C. Horton was in La wren ce
yille Thursday attending a meeting of
the Womans Committee of the Bank
head highwuy association. Mrs. M. F.
Nelms, president of the congressional
district of womans clubs, has appointed
Mrs. W. C. Horton, of Winder; Miss
Georgia Byrd, of Lawrenceville and
Mrs. de.larnette of Norcross to repre
sent Barrow and Gwinnett counties by
co-operating with the county officials
and men’s committee by beautifying the
highway and removing unsightly sign
boards and objectionable objects in the
highway. Mrs. Horton, chairman of
this committee, was asked to appoint
members of the different patriotic or
ganizations to help in this work.
Those who wish to vote in the com
ing primary, November 2. City of Win
der must register this week, as the reg
istration books will close Saturday.
There are a number of candidates for
councilmen, and men nnd women who
wish to vote must register at once.
The Birth of A Nation” At The Strand
Theater, Wednesday, November 2nd.
OUR HONOR ROLL
Many of our subscribers are coming
up with their subscriptions in splendid
style. We appreciate their kindness
beyond expression. Below, are those
.that have rememlx>red us during the
past week. Are you among the num
Jno J. Strickland
V E. Bentley
C. C. Eskridge
A. I). Bailey.
W. O. Wooten
C. J. Garrett
<>. W. Smith
G. W. Hardy
W. B. McDonald
J. W. Saunders
E. A. Sanders
H. G. Page
J. A. Spence
B. F. Moore
M. M. Banks .
W. O. Hawthorne
W. N. Strange
W. V. 1 lea lan
Miss Rosa Rives
Mrs. H. T. Flanigan
G. C. Moseley
J. IS. Brookshire
Mrs. Ed Royal
W. P. Stewart *
Mrs. 0. W. Hammoud
A. D. Chapman
L. L. Hammond
E. G. Mize
G. W. Sauls
V. L. Gutfin
Mrs. E. E. House
I). M. Stewart
J. L. Mobley
B. T. Thomas
W. N. Skinner
W. C. McDougal
E. B. Hauler
C. 11. Sigman
J. E. Pentecost
M. O. Patrick
O. I). Guffin
G. C. Haynie
W. T. Hall
W. O. Flanigan
,T. A. Robinson
T. 11. Maxey.
Mrs. M. J. Patrick
G. B. Mathews
T. O. Banks
H. R. Sells.
SOME IMPORTANT MEETINGS.
Meetings will be held at various places
in Barrow county, Tuesday and Wed
nesday, October 25th and 26th to dis
cuss the boll weevil question. An emer
gency confronts us now such as we
have not had to face before in this gen
eration. Come out and give ns the
benefit of your advice and profit by the
experience of others.
Mr. De F. Hungerford from the State
College of Agriculture will meet with
us and tell what other counties have
done to meet the present situation.
The meetings will be held at the fol
lowing schools. Be sure to attend one
Bethlehem Id A. M.
Pnradise 1 P. M.
Central 4 P. M.
Tyro 7 :.‘>o P. M.
Cedar Creek 10 A. M.
Chandlers 1 P. M.
Parish 4 P. M.
County Line 7 :30 P. M.
Very truly yours,
A. I). ROBERTSON,
If you have a claim or an account
against the Winder Fair meet me Tues
day, October 25th, upstairs over Dock
Lay’s store so we can adjust it. —A. L.
New Meat Market
Behind The Glass
Everybody likes to buy the best meats and
Toceries at the very lowest price. You can’t
lease your husband better than to have the
ery best meat cooked for him when he
omes from his work, at a saving of a nickel
n the pound. Have you tried Wheeler’s real
ountry style sausage. Gee! they are fine.
Norfolk Select Oysters and Brains Satur
J. H. WHEELER
Subscription Price: f I.l*o Per Tea t.
1 gallon syrup cans at Smith Hard
o and 10 gallon syrup cans at Smith
Hardware Company, Winder, Ga.
Reduced prices are now on for Oliver
plow repairs. Smith Hardware Cos.
Load up a Peter Schuttler wagon at
Smith Hardware Cos. They are the best.
Glass Fruit Jars, just a few at
Smith Hardware Cos. for fall canning.
Frosty mornings are.made pleasant
by an oil heater. Get one at Smith
Now is the time to let us put in that
range for you. We deliver it to your
door ami set it up. Smith Hardware*
'Company, Winder, Georgia.
Get a FREE trial of our ranges.
Try it for ;td days, if not satisfactory,
it costs you nothing. Smith Hdw. Cos.
We are the Winchester people. Any
thing in this line at our store. Smith
Hardware Company, Winder, Gu.
We can supply you with your want*
in anything in Aluminum at the lowest
possible cost. Srnitih Hardware Co.,*
Aluminum Perculators and Kettlds
$1,255 and other articles in comparison.
Sndtli Hardware Cos.
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ANYTHING IN THE ELECTRIC
LINE. We have it. Smith Hdw. Cos.
Shot Gun Shells, guns of the best
make. Prices lowest. Smith Hardware
( oyjpnny, 1 Winde/r, Ga.
s!*oo.(x> Tractor and no 801 l Weevils.
Get that INTERNATIONAL 10-20 Ti
tan and make a success. Smith liard-
BOLL WEEVIL CUR E. B-A-N-K.
Account. International Tractor. Grnln
Drill. Live at Home. We will supply
the tractor and drills; it's tip to you
to do the rest. Smith Hardware Cos.
ttOOti Miles on an automobile casing,
is what the America is guaranteed to
do. Price Non-Skid, $10.20; ,'lor
:t 1/j Non-Skid $12.15. Smith Hdw. Cos.
Try one of those Chattanooga Slat
Mouldboard Plows. Smith Hdw. Cos/
Pipe, black and galvanized, from 1-4
inch to 1 1-4 inch. Get your wuter
eady to run and fixed before the weath
er sets in. Smith Hardware Cos.
Valves and tittings for steam, pack
ings or anything that you may need
about machinery. Smith Hardware do.
Belting, the best that can he bought
for the money. Friction surface. We
can supply your wants from 1 inch ,to
12 inches. Also the best of lace leather.
Smith Hardware Company.
BUGGY —One good second liartd bug
gy for sale cheap. Smith Hdw. Cos.
Oils for your machinery and automo
bile. Smith Hardware Cos.
Several girls to make overalls; for
mer employees vdn be given preference.
See Mr. Farmer, superintendent Bell
Tanlac is a splendid tonic nnd sys
tem purifier, now selling at the rate of
almost Ten Million bottles a year.—G.
W. DeLaPerriere A Sons.