The Danielsville flonitor.
VOL XXv 111
j LOCAL I
Mr. L. B. Greene attended the
funeral of his cousin, Mr. Bud Green
at Carnesville, Monday.
Mr, and Mrs. D. E. Griffeth
tvere visitors to Athens Tuesday
Miss Landis Glenn of Athens is
visiting - her grandmother, Mts. Sal
Miss Orie Hall is spending the
week in Commerce with relatives
Col. C. E. Adams and Dr. W.
D, Gholston returned Monday from
the Methodist Conference, held in
Atlanta- -J l&JMif
Profs Ware and Shoup carried the
basket ball team ofl M. G. H. S. to
a movie in Athens Saturday night.
Miss Lucy Gholston will be the
guest of Miss Margaret Sprayberry
at Wesleyan College in Macon, Ga.
for the week-end.
Messers H. T. Sanders, J. E.
Bond, H. L. Echols, Will D. Gra
ham and R. T. Broome were -in
Athens Tuesday afternoonj.
Prof. Slioupe will spend the week
end in Atlanta.
Mr. Hairy Kidd of Athens was a
visitor here the first of the week.
Mrs. J. C. Addison-of Carnes
ville spent Thursday with Mr. and
Mrs. T. Broome.
Mrs. R. C. Griffeth was a recent
visitor to Atlanta.
STUMP BLASTING DEMONSTRA-
TION, USING “PYROTOL”
On Monday morning, December
at 10:00 o’clock there will be
a Stump Blasting Demonstration
near Mg. S. W. Fitfc’s Store*.
This demonstration will be con
ducted by Mr. Broach from the Ag
r.cultural College, using a now tx
11l you are interested in getting
nd of stumps in your fields, come
out fcr) d see this Demonstration.
Come to see for yourself and tell
’thers about it. After seeing this
new explosive work and you want to
Cf y it yourself I will have blanks and
will be glad to help you place your
. Esper E. Hall
Smith, presiding elder;
howrrian Circuit, Jj. R. Allen; Canon
Circuit, 0, E. Smith; Carnesville,
Coffman; Comer and Colbert,
r Crotcher; Commerce, J. R.
Turner; Danielsville, M. C. Allen;
Elbertfj, . First, A< (i shankle; El
< : uit, D. P. Johnson; Hart
rcu H. Nichols, supply; Hart-
V(i C J. H. Barton; Homer, J. M.
avonia, C. D. Read; Lin
n: ’ T- L. Rutland; Maysville,
■ ■' W oodruff ; Middleton, J. A .
Loyston, J O. Brand;
t J ■ Lincoln Circuit, Stathana;
Felton Williams; Toccoa
" Cai L E. 0. Vicery,
MADISON COUNTY FAIR
By One Present
The Madison County Fair held at
j Danielsville, Ga., Saturday, Nov. 15,
. was a marked success. For several
! years this county has not attempted
to hold a Fair, local conditions plus
8011-weevil opposed any undertaking,
t After a lapse of about nine years
“Rip Van Winkle” waked to find
j Madiaon County shill on the map,
' referred to as “The Free State cf
Madison” her Sons and Daughters,
in a prosperous condition, faithful
to the tasks of their Fore-Fathers.
The Wheat, Oats, Vetch, Alfalfa,
Corn, and Cotton grown in this coun
ty should cause every Citizen to
■ Ream with pride; also the Fruit,
Vegetables, and Canned products
would be a credit to any County in
The Live-stock exhibits included
' many Registered Cattle and Hogs:
Ah> ten varieties of nure-bred Poul
try numbering several hundred.
Quite a number of Schools in the
j County arranged a display of work,
proving to the County that they are
Tnakivi<r wonderful Strides in an Ed
The Home Economics Department
and the Vocational Educational De
partment of the various schools had
very interesting work on d'isptey.
We predict for them a croat progress
in this phase of Educational work.
Two of the Woman’s,
Clubs of the bounty—Colbert and
Danielsville—encouraged and assist
ed The Fair Association by lending
much to the Success of the Fair.
The Business men of this County
and of near by towns ao-operated
very heartily by their generous gifts
to the prize list.
We hope that each of us gained
much information at this Fair to be
gin next year with new enthusiasm
and determination to keep Our Coun
ty in the front ranks in Education,
Science, and Agriculture.
Our County Agent (Mr. Hall) and
our Home Demonstration Agent
(Miss Strange) are right on the job
to assist us to a Standard of Excel
Fire Work* at Wholesale Price*
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Danielsville, Georgia, Friday, Nov. 21,1924
CAR FOR ORPHANS TO BE IN CO
MER, WEDNESDAY DEC 3
The car for general donations to
the Baptist Orphanage at Hapeville
will stop here on Dec. 3rd. Those
making donations are asked to have
them ready packed so they can go
at this time. Mr. Ralph Collier is
chairman of this work. i
FIFTH SUNDAY DISTRICT RALL YAT BAPTIST CHURCH, DAN
IELSVILLE, NOV. 30, 1924
Rev. A E Logan, Dist. Chairman
10:30 Devotional Exercise, Mr. Geo. 0. Griffeth, S. S. Supt
Sunday School Work, Mr, Ralph Collier, Chairman
10:50 Reports from Sunday Schools represented. ! j
11:00 Address, “The Development of the S. 5.,” Mr. Julian Brown.
11:30 Sermon, Rev. A. E. Logan
Adjourn for Dinner
1:15 Devotional Exercise, Mr. C. B. Ayers
1:25 Music [
W. M. U. Work, Mr*. W. C. Grove*, Chairman
1:30 Echo from W. ML. U. State Convention, Mrs IO M Smith.
2:05 Presidents and Leaders Messages.
B. Y. P. U. Work, Mr. Howard Settle*, Chairman.
2:25 Special Mus*e. Diuiitelaville Seniors. Wi
2:35 Reports from all Unions.
2:45 What, How a*t Why Give? Ila Seniors. '!
3:00 The Fruits of a Successful B. Y. P. U., Colbert Seniors
3:10 *nie Failures of aB. Y. P. U., Pleasant Grove Seniors
3:20 Recitation, Danielsville Juniors.
Court House, Danielsville, Dec. 6th,
7:30, P. M. FREE
Come to the Court House Saturday
December 6th at 7:30 P. M. and
enjoy a splendid Picture on Poultry,
and hear a lecture by an expert.
Do not forget the time nor the
place Come and bring some ontt witk
you. Tell others about it and let’s
have a real good crowd to see a real
good Free Picture.
The W. M. U. Workers’ Confer
ence of the Fifth District was held
with the Rogers Baptist church Nov.
18 at 2:30 o’clock. The meeting o
poned by singing “Throw Out tho
Life Line.” Mrs. O. W. T. Rogers
read the parable of the Ten Virgins
and commented, after which Mrs. D
E. Graham led in Prayer.
The meeting was in charge of M/rs
W. C]. Groves, district secretary.
Reports were made by the literary
chairman, mission study chairman,
and press chairman, the personal
service chairman being absent.
Plans for completing the 75-mil
lion campaign and launching tho
1925 program were discussed. Oth
er plans and problems were discuss
It was announced that the W. M.
IT. of the Sarepta Association was
tho only one in the state to get on
the honor roll.
Mrs. Groves announced that our
part of the program for the rally,
Nov. 30, nH Danielsville wjould be
Echoes from the State Convention
at Savannah and a three minutes
talk from each president and leader
of young people’s (organization in
After the closing prayer the Rog
ers ladies served a delicious salad
The next conference will he held
at Ila. (
* MT. ZION LOCALS *.
We have had a good season the
past week end after several weeks
of lovely weather.
Several around 'here killed hogs
during the cold snap past week.
Mr. und Mrs. Charley Kidd t of
Danielsville were guests of the lat
ter’s parents, Mr. und Mrs. Bud
Mrs. Fletch Patten visited ber
mother, Bud Carithers near
Meadow last Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Martin of
Danielsville spent Sunday with Mrs.
Martin’s mother, Mrs. Pink Patten.
Mr. Dorsey Harwell from, above
Danielsville visited hid sister, Mrs.
Bud Escoe during the past week.
Misses Annie Belle and Fannie
Lou Patten were week end guests oif
M iss I.ucy Meadow of Danielsville.
Mr. tfnd Mra. Comers Moore of
Danielstflle were visiting the latter’s
parents,, Mt. and Mrs. Bud Escoe,
We regTct very much to note that
Mrs. J. M. Escoe continues quite
Mr. Cecil Kuvens and sister, Miae
Dezzie Lee, visited relatives near
Mr. and Mra[. Eldridge Patten an*
notince the arrival of a fine son last
Mrs. Pool Hendricks and children
have returned to their home at Green
viile, S. C. after an extended visit
to relatives in this community.
Mr. Quincy Loftis of Patterson’s
community was circulating among
the young folks of this vicinity Sun*
day. We believe there must b some
special attraction for Quincy in Mt.
Zion community. 1
We regret to note the illness of
Mra. Billy Threlkeld at present.
Mr. Tbedoe Shirdcn and Miss Ru
by Escoe were joined in the holy
bonds of matrimony last Sunday af
ternoon,- Nov. 22rd, at the home of
Mr. Joe Nelms. The bridal party
went to the home of the grooms par
ents near Mt. Airy where a sumptu
ous supper was served to a few rel
atives of the contracting parties.
We extend congratulations.
Mr. Will Irvin and family visited
relatives at Maysville Sunday