The DanieLsville nonitor.
VOL XXv 111
LOCAL , I
Mr and Mrs Fred Bond and
children of Roys ton spent Sat
urday and Sunday with the for
mers parents, Mr and Mrs J E
Miss Faye Brown of Hiawasee
is visiting her sister. Mrs M C
Mr and Mrs D A Mosely at
tended Press Convention at
Waycross Ga last week.
Miss Lucy Meadow spent the
weekiend with Miss Nellie Joe
Mr B J Meadow of Royston
is visiting relatives here this
Mr and Mrs Roy David were
week-end visitors in Statham.
Little Miss Mildred Chambers
returned, with them for a two
Mr and Mrs L E Greene and
Miss Virginia Mosely were in
Athens Tuesday afternoon.
Mr and Mrs 0 P Nelms spent
the weee.end near Rogers Mill
with Mr and Mrs V 0 Sorrell.
Miss Mattie Sue Hansford of]
Arnoldsville is the guest of Mr j
and Mrs C C Kidd-
Mr and Mrs CC Kincaid of |
Colbert sDant Tuesday with Mr:
and Mrs R]G David.
Prof. Garnett Ware and i
number of Boy Scouts enjoyed
an outing at Jame3 Spring the
latter part of last week.
Mr. and Mrs- W. R. Sorrel's
an} daughter Luci'e and Mrs.
E. C ‘Campbell of St- Pete rs
burg Fla. were spend the-c'r y
gums o f Mr, A. C. Campbell
Mrs. David Carrington of
Winder was the guest of Mr.
ana Mrs J, H. Boggs the past
Mrs, J. C JDuggan and dati h
ter Dorothy of Atlanta are vis
iting Mrs. B. T. Moseley.
Mrs. W. C. Gholston and Fay
Mr, and Mrs. Collis Grahfm
snent the day at James Sprirg
a number from he e
'-irt ■ > the homecoming at Ft. j
iifty bays and girls of
mior and Senior Epwojth
- enjoyed a Leapue Sc
the home of Mr and Mrs
: irray last Thursday,
v I C Allen, Misses Frtn
■, Lucy Gholston,Grace
ro El lie Stribbling
a oes Cbristv and Leo
■ attending the S, S.
"s- raining class at Hart
ground this week.
' roe Mattox and farm
'd to their home in
L. (\ Thursday, Mr.
>nd-r<, ’Aeor e
: and Ralnh acconopary
‘ j -o Rond, Mrs, H. L.
• J and Miss Marie Echols
cent visitors to Atlantn
, and Mrs. Tanner and
‘ -lonn McCannon of Ila
* aesdav with Mr. and
’ ’ -• C. Campbell.
_j HOMEWARD BOUND
plfl P tV SSS
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* GHOLSTON STAND *
Sevtral from here attended Sun
day school at Meadow last Sunday
and heard the fine addresses of Mr.
Richardson ar.d Mr. MM. Norman
Mr. Harry Wood and Miss Eva
Patton of Mt. Zion visited Miss Min
nie Belle Smith Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Eaten of
Hartwell have been on a visit to Mr
and Mr.*,. Cliff Simmons,
Messers Buele and J. B. Smith
attended the birthday dinner at Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. B. Cook have
gone to Newberry, S 0. to see the
former’s mothtr, who is very ill.
Master Hevw.rd Le.si’> and Hugh
Cook spent Sunday afternoou with
Mr. and Mrs,. Mack Clodfelter and
Mi s Faith Clodfelter spent today
with Mr. and Mr: . Jot Epps, Sunday.
TEACHER TRAINING CLASS
Dr. George W. Andrews, State
Sunday School Secretary will conduct
a tcrcher Jjcah’ir?' cla.-a at Damels
viiie at the Baptist church, beginning
Monday at. • P. August 4tn a..d
continuing t ugh the week. There
v/i 1 also be a B. Y. P. U. worker
to teach the voung peoples’ work.
There will also be a \ -orker to con-
Juct a study for the W. M. S.
Dr. Andrews i one of the best .Sun
da’’ school men in the South and it
will be quite a treat for ar.y one to
attend these classes. Remember
the date all next week. A large
crowd is erpecied.
| Dr*. Andrews will preach at Dan-
August 3, 8:30 o’clock.
Danielsvilie. Georgia, Friday, Aug. 1,K>24
RED CROSSING NEWS
Well, after being absent for some
time I thought I would tell you the
news from our section of the country.
Most evtrybody is done laying by
and have fine crops around herq.
Stveral of our boys are at work
at Commerce at the poach orchard
Mr. and Mrs. Carsenas Shields
spent the day with Mr. and Mrst.
Garney Shields Sunday.
Mr. Garfield Hooper spent the day
with Mr. Hoke Smith Sunday..
Mr. and Mr®. Chester Freeman
spent the day with his parents, Mr.
and Mis. John Freeman Sunday.
Mr. Paul Freeman and Miss Lila
Holden were happily married Sunday
•■' ••• >n at the home of Mr. Jack
Adams. Paul is the 'fcn of Mr. and
Mist John Freeman and is well
thought of in thus county; Lila is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hol
der.; she is a sweet girl and they both
have many friends t : -t wish them a
long and happy life.
The wedding guc v wert:
Hoke Smith, Garfield Hooper and
Dallas Fitzpatrick; Misses I.izzi..-
Hclden, Pu jline Fitzpatrick, Etta
and Reed wood Smith. After the wtd
ding they all motored back to Friend
ship for Sunday school, thtn went to
the home of the groom and enjoyed
a real nice supper.
Messers Iloke Smith and Garfield
Hoop* r i’• t the night with Mr. and
Mi Jim JJojro’-g Saturday night.
Mr. Joe Hooper spent Sunday af
ternoon with Mr. Jack Holden.
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Sir.tih and
| little son, Thomas, spent Sunday af
; ternoon with Mrsp Georgia Hooper.
—Gold Dust Twins
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Mr. W. M. Glenn and family
and Mr. J. D. McElroy and family
| had as their guents for week-end,
j Mr. and Mr A. Gcorgt Allen and
! son of Atlanta.
Mr. anil Mrs. Jim Jones and
j liter, Mr,, and Mrs. Zin Smith
I of Buckhead, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh
White and children of near Com
merce, Mr. and Mrs. Jlarvie Carter
and son, Boyd, wo •> spend the day
guests of Mi’. L. V Scarboro and
Mr. Bill McKinney apent a while
Sunday with Mr. Sanford Foster.
The birthday dinner given by Mr.
! and Mrs. S. A. Branyan Sunday
was attended by all their children
1 and other relatives.
Mr. Johnny McLeroy and family
spent Monday night with Mr. C.
A. McElroy and family.
Mr. Melvin Bradley ana family
spent Sunday wit!; the former’s
Brother, Mr. and Mir. Hoyle Bradley
Mr. and Mrs. Ij. V. Scarboro
and daug’itf r, Minnie Fae, pent
Thursday v.hh their daughter and
fondly, VI . C. Ti. Smith, of near
Mi: s Emma Grindlc spent Tuesday
of last week with Mi;; Alma Scar
Mr. Garnett Ware of Danie’sville
war, in this vicinity on- 1 y la t. week
Messers Gilbert Williams ahd Dal- i
las McConnell weroout riding Thurs- ,
Mrs. W. 13. Hammond and son,
Buford, motored to Athens Saturday.
Messers W. M. Glenn and son,
Jordan, and G. T. Allen were visi
tors near Commerce Monday night.
—Blue Eyes ~
DREAM AND PROPHECY
OF HENRY W. GRADY
“When every farmer in the
South shall eat broad from his
own fields and meat from his
own pasture, and disturbed by
no creditor and enslaved by no ’
debt, shall sit amid his teeming
gardens and orchards and vine
yard.-, and dairies and barn
yards, pitching his crops in his
own wisdom and growing them
in independence, making cot
ton his clean surplus, and sel
ling it in his own time, und in
his chosen market, and not 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—then shall be the
breaking of the fullness of our
The Madison County Singing Choir
meets at Providence tho Firrt Sunday
afternoon in August at 2:.‘JO. F.very
body is cordially invited.
MEETING AT MEADOW
Ti e annual meeting of Meadow
church begins Friday, Auguwt Ist,
at 11 o’clock. The pastor, Rev. W.
M. Snyc will do the preaching.
A BILL TO CHANGE
TIME OF COURT
A bill has been introduced in the
present legislature to change the
time of holding the January and
July Terms of the Superior Court
] for this county, the January term
from 2nd Monday in January to
2nd Monday in December, and the
July Term from 4th Monday in July
i to 2nd Monday in June. A peti-
I tion was lied with Representative G.
! P. Whitworth setting forth reasons
for the change by all the attorneys
j of the bar of this County and most
i of the County ogictr^.
FORT LAMAR •
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The Home coming here last Sat
urday was well attended arid all
seemed to enjoy the day. All the
nearby towns were represented and
much of the surrounding country.
Mr. Dwight Tabor Who has been,
inspecting peaches iri South Georgia
for the past six weeks is spending
awhile with home-foUuf.
Misses Ruth Tabor, Lucille Ifig
ginbotham and Mrs. Hope Mealor
are attending the S. S. training
school at Hartwell camp ground this
MA Clyde Parker i teaching a
summer school in H. C.
Mr. C. ?<?. Dean is attending
court at Danielsville this week and
serving on the jury.
Mr. r;nd Mi: . John Aiken of near
Carnes’, illc van- recent visitors heia.
Crops in this section are in good
conditioif am] looking wed .
Mrs. Winnie Parker has returm I
to her home in Hart County after
visiting relatives here,
Mr), J. B. Partain and family
of Stephens, Ga. attended the Home
coming here Saturday.
Mr. C. McWhirter and family
1 of Athens spent the week-end here..