THE STRAND THEATER PROGRAM
THURSDAY, Oct. 27.—Dorothy Dalton
FRIDAY. Oct.28 —Wanda Hawley, in
“The Outside Woman.” Comedy.
SATURDAY, Oct. 29—Roy Stewart.
"Whirlwind.” serial and comedy.
Misses Louise Daniel and Helen Ar
nold spent the week-end here with thetr
Mrs. Sam Wilson and Miss Ella Dick
son of Atlanta were the guests of Miss
es Elizabeth and Stella McElhanuon
Mrs. E. M. Smith of Bogart spent
part of this week with her mother.
Rev. and Mrs. J. B. Gresham of Beth
lehem were dinner guests Sunday of
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Treadwell.
Mrs. Dora Mae Gahee returned this
. week from a visit to Monroe with her
noices, Mesdames Emmit Williamson
and Alma Jenkins.
Mrs. T. J. Sykes was called to the
bedside of her little grand daughter in
Atlanta who i>f seriously ill with pneu
Mr. G. W. Gordon left Monday to
attend the old Confederate Reunion at
Mrs. Jane Johnson is the guest of
her son. Mr. Charlie Johnson of Atlan
ta this week.
Mr. amt Mrs. Rich Josnson of John
son's Academy was in the city Sun
Mr. and Mr. Marion O'Farrell and
Mrs. .1. X. Booth of Athens were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. 11 ■ Gordon
.1. .1. Horton of Atlanta spent part
of this week with his two little daugh
Miss Marion Reynolds was the week
end guest of her pa rent sin Maysvillc.
Mr. and Mrs. Myron Wright of East
ville were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
W. D. Nash Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Ilardigree left
Wednesday to make their future home
Misses Pearl Lanier and Pauline Itob
erts returned Wednesday from an ex
tended visit to relatives and friends
Mrs. C. B. Chambers and Mrs. W. M.
Fite were the dinner guests Tuesday
of Mrs. .1, W. Arnold of Athens.
Paul Collier of Jefferson was in the
city a while Sunday.
The Woman’s Missionary Society of
the Methodist ehurch met at the home
of Mrs. W. M. Fite Monday afternoon.
The meeting was conducted by the
president, each member rendering their
assistance in making the meeting in
teresting. Not many present, but those,
that were felt their labor had not been
f Mrs. T. X. Lancaster was the guest
of her brother, Mr. Roberts, of Auburn
last week, and for the week-end she
was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Z. D.
Lancaster near Bethabra.
Mrs. Emma Treadwell went down
to Atlantal to see her little grand
daughter who is very ill.
Rev. J. B. Gresham preached to a
very appreciative audience Sunday
morning and evening. This being his
last day before annual conference.
His many friends here wish him God
speed in his labors whereever he may
be. Mr. Gresham lias done much good
here this year and we trust that where
ever he may be liis labors will not he
Statham High School News
The 1 pupils of the second and third
grades are making their rooms very at
tractive with witches and other Hal
The pupils of the first, second and
third grades had a very pleasant after
noon last Thursday. Games were play
ed and stories were told by the chil
dren. Later they were served with hot
chocolate and sandwiches which they
made in their room.
The physics class spent a few hours
at Mr. Rainey's laboratory making a
few very interesting experiments which
proved very helpful in the study of the
expjutfs’ibility and compressibility of
air and its relative pressure.
The Domestic Science class which
includes the girls of the high school
grades, has been very busily engaged
in making some l>eautiful work hags.
The seniors have started a very in
teresting study of Ivanhoo.
The ninth and tenth grades are mak
ing their room attractive with pot
The music and expression classes un
der the direction of Miss Emmalene
Sikes and Miss Nannie Hall, presented
a very interesting program at the
school auditorium last Saturday even
ing. The splendid reading® and
musical selections rendered by the pu
pils showed something of the interest
that was being taken in them by their
A community Hallowe’en party will
he given at the school auditorium Sat
urday evening. < >ct. 1!!*. Stunts and
@k ttJimkr M cii's.
AND THE BARROW TIMES
V. S. ACADEMY.
Victory and Sharon school districts
have combined and the new school
building will be. located on the land of
Mr. W. P. DeLaPorriere & Sons. The
building committee is composed of J.
B. Evans, W. L. Timms, J. W. Parks,
W. D. Lancaster, T. A. Deaton, secre
tary and treasurer. All indications
are that we will have one of the best
schools in the country.
Prof. Alton Sims and wife of Coun
ty Line visited Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
Simpson Sunday afternoon.
Messrs. Clifford Elder, Tom Sims,
Herschel Williams of Carlthers Mill
were in our section o'possum hunting
Saturday night and reported fine luck.
Mr. Tom Deaton and family spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Will Dea
Mrs. Sunie Flanigan and daughter,
Miss Carmen, spent Saturday night
with Mrs. Vesta Cruce.
Mr. Ernest Simpson spent Saturday
night with Mr. Hoyt Cruce.
Misses Ermine and Ethel Simpson
and Alma Deaton spent Sunday with
Misses Lois and Gladys Fdagans.
We have one of the l>est Bible class
meetings at Sharon in this community
every Sunday night everybody cordial
ly invited to attend.
Mr. Wiley Burton and wife spent
Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Andrew Hayes.
Mr. I.uster Simpson of Parrish Acad
emy spent the week-end with friends
and relatives here.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH.
Services for Sunday.
Sunday school at 10:15.
Preaching at 11:30 “Gideon.”
Junior B. Y. P. C. at 6:30.
Senior B. Y. P. U. at 6:30.
Preaching a$ 7:30, “The Burning
“Every member in his or her place.”
Why not bring a friend yith you?
W. H. FAUST.
To The Student Body,
Faculty and the Public
Just a word in regard to the great
spirit shown our foot hall team on last
Friday when leaving for Greensboro to
play one of the hardest games of the
season. Friends, eleven boys and a
coach can’t win foot ball games; it
takts your help and by this we won
one of the best games we expect to win
this season. Asa coach we have the
best that can be found any where for a
High school. He loves the game; he
loves the boys, in fact his whole heart
is with it all the way. We consider
ourselves very fortunate in having
Coach Page as our instructor. He wins
the heart of every boy he comes in
Asa team, no nicer set of boys can
be found, even if I am u member, for
they abide by the rules and play a
clean game. As we hoarded the big
truck! to sta,rt our journey toward
Greensboro the entire student body and
faculty were crowded ou the grounds
giving us yells, singing songs, and wish
ing for us a victory. Friends, this did
the coach and team world's of good ; it
made us believe that you really
thought of us as we were lighting the
game it filled the heart of every one
full of joy and we entered the game
determined to win regardless of cost
and that we did b.V bringing home a 7
to 0 victory.
Ou our return we found the faculty
and a majority of the student body
awaiting our return and with it they
had prepared a lion tire at \alley Paik
and there we found a number of citi
zens to help us enjoy the occasion af
ter an hour spent in giving yells, sing
ing songs and talking of our victory.
We were carried to the home of Mrs.
W. H. Quarterman there to find every
thing imaginable to eat being prepared
by the teachers and the high school
In behalf of the team and myself I
•extend our appreciation for such an
enjoyable occasion and we will try
and uphold the high standard of the
Winder High School.
PERRY HILL, Captain.
The Epworth League of the Meth
odist church will hold a Hallowe’en
party at the home of Miss Montine Rob
inson, on Monday night next.
tfames will bo tho feature of the ovon
iiur. Kvoryhody is Invited to wine out
prepared to have a good time.
Winder, Barrow County, Georgia, Thursday, October 27. 1921.
ing at Christian Church
Evangelist Ben. M. Edwards of Kan
sas City, Mo., assisted by Mr. and Mrs.
Pok>ck, of Nebo, 111., will begin a se
ries of evangelistic meetings at the
Christian church in this city on Wed
nesday night, November 2. Mr. Ed
wards has held many successful meet
ings in various cities of the country
and the Winder church feels that is is
exceedingly fortunate in securing a
man of his ability to lead them. The
public is cordially invited to attend all
of these services.
So Far A Most Wonderful
The great number of people that atended the sale last Friday and Sat
urday was far beyond our expectation, in fact the largest crowd that we
have ever witnessed at a sale in Winder.
The trading public is wide-awake to the great values that we are giv
ing them in this sale and they are taking advantage of them while the tak
ing is good.
Together with the hundreds of bargains that we are offering every day
in the week, we offer the following Extraordinary Bargains for
Friday and Saturday, 28-29
Best 3 A Sheeting, good and heavy
the yard • 12 ic
Good heavy Outing, white, pink, blue, red, gray, brown, and fancy
patterns, the yard • • t-.- JQ CTS
Wonderful bargains in these Women’s Shoes at $2.95
Men’s Heavy Work Shoes, wears the farmer 12 months $3.95
Great values in these Boys Suits, sizes 10 to 17, at $4.95
Ladies and Misses Coats, regular prices up to $25.00 for $9.95
Men, Women and Children’s Hose, black and brown, the pair 9c
Good heavy Storm Serge, 40 incheswide, black and navy, the yard 89c
36 inch Silk Poplin, all colors, the yard, while it lasts 69c
J. & P. Coats Spool Cotton, black and white, the spool 5c
Hundreds of other big bargains to show you when you come.
Join the crowds and come to the Creditors’ $20,000 Sale and you will
always be glad.
The Winder Dry Goods Store
Crow’s Academy News
Mr. and Mrs. Riehard Casey called
on Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Huff Sunday
We are glad to report that Mr. and
Mrs. David Edwards have moved back
in this settlement again.
Messrs. J. I). and Walter Potter from
Winder were visitors in our burg Sun
The party given by Miss Belle Por
ter Saturday night was enjoyed by all.
Mr. A. R. Casey is 111 at this writ
Miss Nellie Casey spent Monday in
We are sorry to know that Mr. John
nie Porter has moved out of this com
The singing given by Mr. Tester
Brewer Sunday was attended by a
Several from herd attended the sing
ing at Bethabara Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Luke had as their
guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Jim Luke.
Miss Mollie Mae Edwards and Mr.
Tommie Meelers were out riding Sun
Miss Zora Lancaster and Mr. Worth
Roberts were happily married Sunday
Large Cotton Blankets, 11 Range
size, the pair . ....... . ... . . $1.49
THE STRAND THEATER PROGRAM
MONDAY & TUESDAY, Oct. 31 & Nov.
1. —“A Splenjlid Hazard”, featiiriiig
Henry B. Walthall.
WEDNESDAY, Oct. 2 “THE BIRTH
OF A NATION." with Musical Aivoio
BAITINT I.AYMMEN ORGAN HOB
The Laymen of the First Baptist
church met in the Sunduy school room#
of the church last Friday night anti
completed the organization of a lAy
men's league of the church. Mr. Hojf
Jackson wus named as president an#
Mr, S. F. Maughon as secretary. Tfc©
meeting was an enthusia.stic one, an#
splendid talks were made by many e#
those present. At the close of the
meeting delightful refreshments w vaf
served by the Junior B. Y. P. U..
Large plans for the coming year art
ht-iiig outlined by the laymen of tbf
church and these plans will la; vigo
ously carried out to completion.