The Danielsville Tlonitor.
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-phe Danielsville Woman’s Club
will be prepared to serve dinner to
those not caring- to bring a lunch
with them on “Fair Day”, Saturday,
Nov> 15, at the Court House.
Mr. and Mrs. CM Graham of Ath
ens spent Sunday here -with rela
Muse* Nellie Joe Campbell and
Catherine Brown wtere the guests of
Mr and Mrs. V. 0. Sorrell Saturday
Mrs. J. R- Nelms was a visitor to
Sheriff Hall and family visited
near Vineyards Greek Sunday.
The many friends of Mr. W. A.
Haralson are certainly glad to learn
that he is much bettler this week,
and will be able to return home from
the hospital in a few days.
Mrs. 0. P. Nelms and little son,
John Willie, left Sunday for Blanch
ville, S. €.
Mr. Alvin Baker arrived Saturday
from North Rase. N. Y. and has
charge of bis father’s store, which
was formerly owned and operated by
H. H. Graham.
Everything good to eat will be sold
Saturday. Nov. 15th. by the Daniels
ville Woman’s Club. Come to the
“County Fair” prepared to eat your
dinner with them.
Mr. J. D. Thompson was in Ath
ens Saturday afternoon.
Mr. W. F. Wimberly and Mr.
Wright of Atlanta wtere visitors here 1
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Blackwell of
Bishop, Ga. spent the week-end here
Mr. Joe Long of Atlanta spent sev
eral days here with his mother the
latter part of the week.
Buy your dinner from the Wo
man’s Club” in Danielsville, if you
are coming to the “County Fair’’,
Saturday, Nov. 15.
Mr. Price Allen, Supt. of Craw
lord High School* spent the week
end with his brother, Rev. M. C. Al
len. t f
Mrs. Sam Lunsford of Atlanta
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bond and chil
*fren of Pwovston were guests of Mr.
and Mrs. J. E. Bond Sunday night.
Rev. J. A. Simpson of Commerce
spent several days here the first ot
fcEATENBOUGH- FORT SOM
Miss Clara Beatenbough and Mr.
fau! Fotson of Shiloh weiie marneil
afternoon at the parsonage,
R f v. M. c. Allen performing the cer
Mr. Chariey Baker of T J. of Ga
at home for wj;‘:-er.l
( Miss Ruby Camohe'l Terurnrl to
•'2nta Sunday, having spent the
: here with her parents.
■ and Mrs. George Griffeth were
" ltors ho Athens Saturday.
■ len N'elms of Bond Academy
the week-end with home folks.
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(Last Week’s Locals)
We are sorry to report the death
•f the little child of Mr. and Mrs.
Whitfield of this place. We extend
to them our deepest sympathy.
The friends and relatives of Mrs.
Mary Martin through this smetion re
gret tolearn of her death; the be
reaved have our deepest sympathy.
Master Andrew Akins of Athens
was visiting Relatives of hh s p’ace
Saturday night and Sunday Inst.
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Epps and fam
ily were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wili
Fleeman and family Sunday.
Miss Roberta Thurmond had as her
guest Saturday night Miss Clemons
Fleeman. . lu
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Akin of Ath
ens were visiting relatives of thi3
place last Sunday.
Mr. Frank Fark and sister, Ada.
were visiting in this community Sun
day from Athens..
Mr. and Mrs. Doc Chandler and
their daughter, (Hyde, werte in Ath
Mr. and Mrs. ,T. W. Martin and
family visited Mr. and Mrs. ,T. T.
Bates and family Sunday.
Mr. J. A. Seagraves was a visitor
of Mr. W. N. Allen Sunday morning
Masters Seab Cheatham. Paul
Brown and Hubbard Berrong were
visiting friends Saturday night for
a short while.
Mr. Earnest Martin visited Mr.
Mell Carter of Sawdust Sunday night
We hope for him a speedy recovery.
LOADS THAT ARLUCHT
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Danielsville, Georgia, Friday, Nov. 14, 1024
The regular monthly meeting of
the Danielsville Woman’s Club was
held Nov. 6, in the Club room.
Plans for the exhibit of the Wo
man’s Club were discussed for the
County Fair to be held Saturday,
Nov. 15, at the Court house in Dan
ielsville. It was also decided for
the Club to sell various things to
eat on “Fair day” in order to ac
comodate those not caring to bring
“The Beantown Choir"
A Parcial Entertainment In Three Acts
COLBERT HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM, .NOV. 15, 1914, .8:30 P. M.
The Widow Wood, of course she would, all widows would Mrs. 11. H. Hart
Beth Wood, her step daughter, a real sweet girl Miss Louise McLeroy
Hezekiah Doolittle, jest as full of mischief as a dog is full of fleas
Mr. J. B. Sims
Mrs. Doreemee Scales, the director of the choir, pity her Mris Susie Sorrells
Belinda Snix, who orter be in grand opera or somewhere’s,
Mrs. Wilma Gaulding
Tessie Tooms, who pianns jest lovely . , —. Mrs. M. W. Collier
Sallie Etta Pickle, who takes high C like a cough drop Mrs. J. B. Sims
Mandy Hamslinger, her voice was cultivated on a cultivator,
Mrs. C. W. Porterfield
Birdie Cackle, a twittering birdie who sings like a lark or sump’n
Mrs. H. C. Hardman
Grandma Howler, who’d be a good singer yet if her voice had’a held out
Mrs. R. M. Ross
Samantha Sniggins, aged eight, little hut—oh, my! Miss Elizabeth George
Bashful Bill Boomer, long on bass but short on nerve, Mr. S. R. Hardman
J. G. Hardman S. R. Hardman
H. P. Davis Paul Hart
JEDEDI AH CHORUS
Edwin Hart Elbe Ree Latty
Arnold Collier Veta Sims
Bradford Hitchcock Annie Gillespie
Yates Ross Janette Steed
ACT T. The choir rehearses. Dischord
ACT 11. The donation party. A forte climax and a crash
ACT 111. The Concert Harmony
ADMISSION: 15 and 25 cents; Proceeds to go to sshool.
a lunch with them.
Mrs. J. H. Boggs had charge ot
the program for thte afternoon, the
subject being, “Joel Chandler Harris”
Mrs. A. S. Dalton, who has made
many personal visits into the home
of “Uncl\? Remus,” gave the club a
most interesting talk concerning
his home life.
Mrs. W. D. Graham and Mrs. J. C.
Ibinders were ho ate sale a of the after
noon and served a delicious salad
* CARLTON •j
Mr. Henry Deadvvyler is visiting
relatives cere for several days.
Miss Freida Martin spent the week
end with home folks.
We are glad to report Mrs. W. J.
Whitehead much improved at this
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Rowe visited
the latter’s parents, Mr. and Mrs,
Jim Power, near Smithonia, Sunday
Messers Spencer May and J. S.
Eberhardt were in Athens Sunday
Mr. Upson Sanders and family t
Athens visited Mr. and Mrs. J. O.
We are sorry to state that Master
Robert Hamilton Bberhardt is suf
fering with a broken arm.
Mr. J. W. Sherrer and daughter*,
accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. H. D.
Wynn Jr., visited the former’s daugh
ter, Beatrice, at the State Normal,
Mr. W. M. Martin lost a fine milch
row, that we reported sick some time
Mrs. H. I). Wynn ami son visited
the former’s nephew, Mr. Roland
Thnxton, near Lexington Friday eve
ning, who was seriously injured-in
an automobile wreck.
The B. V. P. U. of Antioh will
give a play in Carlton in the near
future, more about it later.
The Oyster stew given by the Fi
delia Class Saturday at noon was a
* CEDAR GROVE
(Last Week’s Locals)
Mr. and Mrs. Kufus Berrymao
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. M,
Mr. Will Ramsey and family, Mr.
Grig Carithers and family were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. Philips
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Strickland
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. M.
Mrs. Ophelia Martin was the guest
of Mrs. B. M. Strickland Sunday.
Miss Eva Smith was the guest of
Miss Jessie Mae Christian Saturday
Misses Ruby Strickland and Jessie
Mae Christian were guests of Mist
Eva Smith Sunday.
Messers Jol n Brock and Bill Hard
man were guests of Mr. A. O. Philip
Mr. Edd Dean and motheV* were
visiting their sister and daughter,
Mrs. Lucy Simmons, Sunday evening,
There were 10,167 bales of cotton
ginned in Madison County, from the
crop of 1924 prior to November 1,
1924, as compared with 15,276 bales
ginned to November I, 1923.
W. M. ST ELI ART, Director.
ATTF.ND SCHOOL-CLUB FAIR
The teachers and pupils of Comer
school are making preporation to be
represented at Danielsville and no
doubt will have a \4ery creditable
exhibit there next Saturday at the
Madison County School-dub Fair.
Everyfriend arid patron of the Co
mer school should try to be in Dan
ielwille early Saturday morning to
give encouragement to efforts, of our
boys and girls, not only of Comer
but of all parts of county.