The Danielsvilfe Honitor.
VOL XX v 111
| LOCAL ]
Mis? tuev Gholston is visiting;
Mite Margaret Sprayberry of Lin
jli 3s Carriie Sophia Tate of El
berton is expected to spend the
week end with Miss Kathleen Sne 1 -
Mbs ban cl vs Glenn has returned
to her home near Athens, having
spent several days with relatives
Miss Nadine Power of! Elberton
is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. C.
Mis. A. E. Whaley of Lithonia
is vimting her parents, Mr. and M-rts
T. G. Hitchcock.
Mr. Fred Bond and Mr. Alec
Stephenson of Royston were visitors
here Sunday afternoon..
Mrs. Bt J. Meadow and son, Jack,
of Atlanta ae vfeiting relatives here.
Mrs. Guy Benton and children of
Colbert are rpending a few da”s with
Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Hitchcock..
Mr and Mir . R. H. Gordon, Mr.
and Mrs. D. A. Moseley and Virginia
Mif. s Ada Willson, Mr. and Mre. Fj.
G. David attended the Carson —E>
kew wedding at Tallulah Falls, Wed
Mr. and Mm. 4. E. Greene were
visitors in Athens Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lunsford re
turned to Atlanta Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy David. Mi#. E.
1 . MeCannon, Mf. and Mrs. Will
D. Graham and Martha, Mr. and
Mm Claud Landens, Misg Floyce
Long, Mr. and Mrs. J. Y. Huff and
family attended the Harrison —Huff
wedding at Bothlahem Tuesday.
-Mr. and Mns. J. T. Gholston,
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lunsford were
the dinner guests of Dr. and Mns.
W' 1) Gholston Tuesday.
Misses Gladys and Jcneai Nelms
'■*f Commerce are visiting relatives
tere this week.
Mr. Charle Baker is on a six weeks
camping trip in Anniston Ala.
Wyatt Bullock, Joe Bcyd Gholston
'•rd Rnr‘ Blackwell arc with the
tr; P at Mountain Cit’?.
Mr. and Mrs. T. Ji. Nelms and
Mrs.. \f. n. Sorrells visited Mr.
‘"■d 'lra. Hope Thompson near Jef
MONL’S blanks at daniels-
VILLE POST OFFICE
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(jfjnriy.. *. C J.v t £
e army, a number ot
1 lanks, instruction, and
ressed envelopes to be
‘o veterans and their
to make application fer
the World War Adjust
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oi sand information.
T. Eroorae, P. M
-VNb i FARES
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- Ticket Agent
IN LOVING MEMORY OF
MRS. F. D STRIELING
On last Wednesday afternoon the
Death Angel called the spirit cf Mrs.
Stribling to her heavenly home. All
the community was made sad with
the sad news of her death. She had
undergone an opeeration at St. Ma
ry’s Hospital on Friday before and
all her friends and loved ones sin
cerely hoped and trusted that her
life might be spared, but the dear
God who made and loveth us all saw'
bent to carry her to her heavenly
Mrs. Striibling had been isick for
a long time and she had been very
patient and battled sti'ongly with her
last enemy to be overcome, death.
Mrs. Stribling~was always a true
wife and mothefl. She mill be misled
greatly by her large host cf friends,
but most of all by her dear husband
and precious children and though
she has taken her flight to her
heavenly hime where there wall be
no more sorrow and suffering fior
her but eternal joy and life everlast
ing, yet her influence v,nll continue
to live through the agon.
Mrs. Stribling wa always a pa
tient, kind”, gentle, loving woman.
She was as a bright ishining light in
her home and iso the works of her
life will continue to shine here OYI
earth and iter spirit will be a bright
shining light in the glory land. “To
know Mrs Stribling was to love her.”
The funeral services were conduct
ed by Rev. A. M, Sprayberry of
Lincolntcn, former pastor of the
Danie’-ville Methodist church, as
ousted by Rev. M. C. Allen the pro >
tent pastor . Her body was laid to rest
in the Jones Chapel cemetery on
She leaves a husband, eight chil
dren, a mother, four brothers, and
one sister, and a host of relatives
and friends to mourn her death.
May God richly bless and comfort
the bereaved ones. Let us so live
that when our livers shall come to
a close we may join her in heaven}.
Her toil is o’er, her work is done;
She fought the fight, the victory won.
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Danielsville, Georgia, Friday, Tune 27, 1924
Fifth Sunday District Rally
Cchert Baptist Church, June 29, 1524
9:45 Local Sunday School.
10:15 Devotional Services, Mr. B. J. Burton
10:25 Address of Welcome, W. S. Lowe. Supt. Sunday School.
10:59 Response, W. D. Meadow, District Chairman.
LAYMAN'S WORK—Dr. J. S. Daniel, Chairman
10:45 How * Layman 'may help his Church and Sunday School, Hon.
A. S. Skelton
B. Y. P. U WORK—Mr. Howard’ Settle, Chairman
11:20 Special Music, Panielsville J unior.i
11:30 Report from State B. Y. P, U. Convention, Miss Mend Gurley.
11:40 Play, “The Missionary Cobbler,” Rogers Seniors.
12:00 Special Music, Union Juniors
12:10 Senior B. Y. P. U. of Comer, Miss Josio Almond
12:20 Reports from local B. Y. P. U. of the district
Ad j ourn for Dinner
1:45 Devotional Services, Rev. E. A. Logan
SUNDAY SCHOOL WORK—Mr. Rilph Collier, Chairman
2:( 5 The Importance of Efficient Teachers, Hop. Abifc Nix
2:35 Reports and 2 minute talk from each Sunday se iool.
W. ML S. "WORK, Mrs. W. C. Groves, Chairman
3:09 Recitation, The Best for Christ, Rogers’ G. A.’a
3:10 The Story of the Cross —Union Y. W. A.’s
3:30 Pageant—“ The Call cf the Crews”—Comer V W A’s and Cl A’a
Reports off. committees
DREAM AND PROPHECY
OF HENRY W. GRADY
“When every farmer in tbs
South shall ent bread from his
own fields and meat from hi*
( v n pasture, and disturbed by
ma creditor and enslaved by no 1
cent, shall sit amid Ins teeming
gardens and orchards and vine
yard.; and dairies and barn
yards, pitching his crops in hi*
own wisdom and growing them
in independence, making cot
ton his clean surplus, ami soi
ling it in his own time, and in
his chosen market, and not at a
master’s bidding-getting hi*
pay in cash and not in a receipt
ed mortgage that discharges hi*
debt., but does not restore his
freedom—then shall be the
breaking of the fullness of our
TO TUB VOTERS OP THE EIGHTH
CONGRESSIONA L DIST PICT:
I am a candid de for selection
as the Democratic Primary to be
held on September 10, 1 i>24, from Ut
Eighth Congressional District for
service ir> the 69th Corigin-:is and re
spectfully solicit the support, of the
voters of the District, both ladies
and gentlemen. Your support will bo
sincerely appreciated and if nominat
ed I promi.-ie to give futhful (service.
Frank A Holden
FIFTH SUNDAY DISTRICT
RALLY AT COLBERT
O.i June 29th, the fifth Sunday
district rally will be held with thei
Colbert Baptist church All the
churhcc ir the fifth district of the
Sarepta Adrociation are rtquested t®
have each department of church
work represented .
Avery interesting program Hsh
been arranged, which begins at 10
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b--ar. for July /id A/ put d’ti’v im*
in lr<e quantities.
i F. RHODES & CO ,
4-5 Ni M 3t
FEDERAL LAND BANK
Mor-y c.~ be fiU at > ! -2 per
j cert Of' fer-;i Ijult from The F-tleral
Land Bank of Columbia If loan
' a ciooired, kindly >ee me bcfw Mty
CLARENCE E ADAMS