The Danielsville Honitor.
VOL XX v 111
\ LOCAL I
Miss Ruby Jenkins and her visitor,
IWbis Fannie Sue White of Americus,
Ga. were in town on Tuesday after
noon to attend Mrs . B. T. Moseley’s
lovely Porch Party,
' The friends of Mr. W. C. Sor
rells regret to know of his serious
Mr. and Mrs. N. O. Bullock, Sa
rah Lou Bullock, Elizabeth Nash and
Virginia Moseley were in Athens
Mr. and Mrs. J. H\ Boggs and
Clyde Boggs of Jegerson were g"esta
of Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Griffeth
Mi s Ada Jack Wilson left Tues
day for her home at Pinehurst, Ga.
after a verv BiiccH*ful sea i or in
millinery with L. E. Greene & Go.
Mr 1 , and Mrs. Candler Sorrells
from Conner were here on Mondav
to visit Mr.. W. C. Sorrells who is
Mi s Fannie Sue White of EHai
ville is vhi ting Mi?s Ruby Jenkinst.
Miss Carrie Soohia Tate returned
to her home ir. Elberton Wednesday
An enjoyable affair of Wednerdnv
afternoon of last week at six o’clock
was the picniic given by Mrs .R .G
Murray at Grkctha Spring in honor
of M!<js Nadine Power of Elberton.
A delicious picnic lunch was served.
Misses Roberta Hitchcock and Floyeo
Lena a'visted Mrs. Murray in en
tertaining. ' • • :
Tew Boyd Gholstos, Wyatt Bulloch
snd Dewitt Bond will return to
their homes here this wtek-end after
a two weeks’ camp at Mountain City.
Quite a number of boys and girls
enjoyed a picftic at James Spring
Tuesday evening in hoor of MisS Car
riie Sophia Tate of Elberton. Miss
Frances Scott was hostes of the oe
ewion. Mdsdame? O. N. Snelling
and W, C. Scott chaperoned.
Miss Roberta Hitchcock returned
To Atlanta the latter part of last
'Helling, Carrie Soohia Tatt, Me?.?.,
laui Burroughs and I.eo Bond mo
l°red to Athens WedrwVulav after
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Broome were
v Htors to Athens Wednesday.
t f * v - Horace Smith, presiding,
der of Elberton Diistrirt. wiii preahh
the Methodist church here Sunday
\our presence is desired.
—Rev. if. C. Allen.
'• Gherman Hancock of Athtn.i
-i her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
• 11 iyeth hert last week.
A. f. Campbell made a busi
f to Athens Wednesday.
W ( . Marion of U. of Ga.
' :,Cf week-end here.
kl UA i FAP.ES
tr 00 Atlanta.
2 . . f- : ' Ticket Agent
This is Independence day and should he dear to the
hearts of all true Americans. Thrctghivt the United
States July Fourth is celebrated as a Natural Holiday
and places ot business will he closed everywhere. Our
flag the beautiful red, white and blue will be promi
nent in all decorations. How are we going to show our
patriotism. There is something more that mere patri
atism on July 4th. Truly great are our past events but
the future strength of our nations depends on how much
_r • , ' ■ •*- p ■
patriotism we show every day and how well we defend
Let us stand squarely behind our government and
be true patriots.
YEP, rrs GONNA BE A GEE-LORIOUS FOURTH
Danielsville, Georgia, Friday, , uly 4, 1924
DREAM AND PROPHECY
OF HENRY W. GRADY
‘Lien every farmer in the
South shell cot bread from his
own fields and meat from his
own pm,‘ore. and disturbed by
no creditor and enslaved by no
debt, fl ail sit amid his teeming
gardens and orchards and vine
yards end dairies and barn
yards. pitching bis crops in Hs
own wisdom and growing them
in independence, making cot
ton his clean surplus, and sel
ling it in his own time, and in
his chosen market, and nob at a
master’s bidding—getting his
pay in cash and not in a receipt
ed mortgage that discharges his
debt, but does not restore his
freedom—their shall be tho
breaking of the fullness of our
MRS. 3. T. MOSELEY
A lovely occasion of Tuesday af
ternoon was when Mrs. B. U. Mose
ley entertained at a Porch Party,
from 5:30 to 0:30, complimenting
Mrsu W. R. Eskew, Mra. Eugene
Huff and Mrs., t,. E. Greene, recent
The wide porch, about which were
placed small tables, was artisti
cally decorated with pedic tain of
pink hydrangeas and geraniums, to
gether with potted plant* and palms,
forming a colorful background for
Adorning each table were silver
vasca filled with shasta daises*.
Punch was served by Mi v/wj Vir
ginia Moeeley, Sarah Lou Bullock and
Elizabeth Nash of Washington, Ga.,
on the East end of the proch from
a table beautifully decorated with
magnolias, gathered from the yard
of the hosteaas.
Presented to the honor guests wore
bdoka, containing recipes or good
wiahe# from each guest present.
Assisting the hostess in entertain
ing were: Mr3. D. A. Moseley, Mm.
J. H. Boggrj, and Mul. W. I>.
A delicious ice course with silver
cake was served.
Those enjoying Moeelieyki
hospitality were the members of the
Woman’s Club and the young ladies
home from college for the summer
MALHbON CO. CMOIK
The Madison County Singing Choir
rr.eetK with the Providence church
nert. Sunday, July R, at 2:,10 o'clock.
Everybody is cordially invited to
i MISS KATHLEEN SNELLINC
One of the mot enjoyable a Taira
of tht season wm the beautiful par
ty (riven by Men Kathleen Sneliing
Thuralay evening of last week.. The
i color f yei ow and white was
•*■ 1 ■ ' ' the quantities of
- effectively trranged
<>. >< ones v/ere enjoyed.
* - •' im and cake were
' '-shs enjoyed the
ho pi aJity of ;Vi 14-, Sneliing.
i Georgia, Madison County.
Ct. M. Landers, guardian of VI -
i da ncv Pearl Whitohcnd, Evie* Beurw
, and Daisy Kradshaw hn. applied to
| rie for a dicharge from his guard!-
ari-Jip.of said persons; Tni* ib,
ther.jfore, to notify all persons
i to Lie their ol jechior",
if any they have, on or before th i
i‘r t Monday iu July, 1924, else G.
jM. Landers will be discharged from
, his guardianship e,s applied for.
N. C. BULLOCK, Orb.