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The Danielsville monitor. (Danielsville, Madison County, Ga.) 1882-2005, December 19, 1924, Image 1

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VOL XX V 111 LOCAL* I ■fiAPPEMNGS Mr. J. B. Addison and family ~f Anderson, S. €>. visited relatives here Sunday. p r ,.f H. .T. Shoupe was a visitor to Colbert Sunday. Miss Sallie F. Daniel is expected jjome for the holiday. Miss Jessie Neal Strange will leave Friday to spend the holidays in Eatonton. Danielsville High School pupils a<nd teachers presented ; “Lighthouse •Nan" at Colbert Thursday might. Mr. and Mrs. Theron White cf Dublin will arrive Monday to spend, Christmas holidays with Misses Jessie Neal Strange, Ruby Jenkins and Susie Oolcfuitt were visitors to Athens Tuesday. Mr. Cecil Blackwell of Bishop was here Monday. R. F. D. Carrier No. -3 from Panielsville reports the killing bf e hog on his route by Mr. W B. Hammond, weighing 788 pounds. College boys and girls expected home for the holidays the latter} part of the week are: Misses Ruby Griffeth, Frances Julia Baker, of S. N. S. ; and Messers Hope Griffeth, Charlie Baker, Richard McLeroy and Calvin Langford of U. of Ga., Athens. The many friends of Rev. M. C. Allen are very glad to learn that} he is improving nicely at St. Marys hospital. Sppt. Shoupe leaves Friday for j New York City. Misi M. E. White of Columbia, ■ w iil spend the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrsi. B. N. White. Mrs, Billie Yarborough and Mrs. i' fiima Kidd of Hartwell were guests Mr. a„ d Mrs. C. C. Kidd Sun day. CHRISTMAS CAROLS T *e committees from the different lurches annou nce that the Christ ' GBro,a be sung next Tue - “J night; instead of Wednesday Sht; als ° at each Christmas ee at the churches they will be •<uag!. NOTICE r jie Comer Bank and Tie Peoples * Coiner . Ga. will boTh' be U q? and DeC- 251:17 26th. 1924. I’e open for business Saturday °ec. 27th. " CAMPION hog of season ■' r. W. B. Hammonds of near killed on Dec. 11th, a ■eighing 788 pounds after be ressed. He killed others weigh- T ANARUS/ near 500 poundd. They were Durocs. lr> Hammond raises other in proportion and lives at flome. The Danielsville nonitor. AijToevK*i-n2;Si—• - -ff_!!iaae*gi.' MONTHLY MEETING ILA W. M. S. The Woman’s Missionary Society of the Ila Baptist church held its monthly meeting Monday afto—i •- n at the home of Mrs. Belle Owe a with fifteen ladies present. The meeting opened with the song, “Joy To The World.” Miss Peevey led the opening prayer. After the scripture reading by Mrs. Howard Vaughn (he regular program was taken up. The subject was, “Our Girls Here and There.” Interest ing facts were given, by different members concerning the girls otf Central Europe, Japan, China, South ['America, anr Mexico. The presi : dent led in prayer for the girls of all lands. Avery interesting sketch was given of how Ghristmsa is Ob served in all lands. After singing, “O, Zion Haste,” the business session was intered in to. The minutes were read and the Treasurers report The committee to make the canvass for the 1925 program made a partial report. Arrangements were made for observing the January week of prayer for foreign, missions. Anew vice-president was elected as this officer had moved away. It was de cided to sell some of the Anna Eliz abeth Wade products, the money to be used in church aid. After adjournment th<- hostess served sandwiches and coffee. —Mrs. J. 0. M. Smith, Press Chairman Danielsville, Georgia, Friday, DEC, |Q 1d24 * CARLTON * • •*•••• * • > Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Martin were shopping in Athens last Wednesday. Mr. C. C. Mathews and son, Sidney, visited her sister, Mrs. Ralph Collier, Monday evening. Mr. F. L. Martin and family visited his grandfather, Mr. Frank Mathews near the Glade Sunday af ternoon . Mr. and Mre. Bob Rowe visited the latter’s parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Power, Monday afternoon. We are sorry that Mrs. ,V. 11. Long has been sick several days. Mr. W. H Settles had the mis fortune to get his bam burned Sat urday night, losing a great deal of farm implements and feed supplies. Mt. J. W. Sherrer and daugh ters, Elizabeth and Winnie, visited his father in Oglethorpe County, Saturday night and Sunday. Mrs. A. P. Stevens visited Mrs. J. H. Long Sunday. Mr. C. C. Mathews and family vi-ited his fiat her, Mr. J. C. Math ews, Sunday. CHRISTMAS TREE AT MEADOW There will boa Christmas Tree at Meadow church, Thursday night, December 25. Program will begin at 7 o’clock. Everybody Invited. STOP! LOOK! LISTEN! An Oyster Supper! Time: Saturday night, December 20, beginninng at 6 o’clock. Place: Colbert School Building. Candy, peanuts, and sandwiches for sals; also Free Entertamment. The Phi Gamma Literary Society will present the following program.: Song—Holy Night. Scripture--Paul Kirk. Declamation—Bobby's Letter to Santa —l*llll Hardman . Reading— Dialogue—By a number of boys and girls. NOTICE OF MEETING OF CRED ITORS In the District Court ofr the L'nrted, State* for the Northern of Georgia, Easter* Division AS A COURT IN BANKRUPTCY No. 1888 in Bankruptcy In Re: J. W . Dean, Bankrupt. Danielsville, Ga. To the Creditors of said Bankrupt; You are hereby notified that there will be a meeting of creditors, or the above named bankrupt on Dec. 23rd, 1924, at 613 and 614 Mutual Building, Athens, Ga., at 12:00 o’clock, M., for the pur pose of examining bankrupt, allow ing claims, selecting a trustee and other legal busines^. HOWELL COBB, P.-feres Athens Ga., Dec. 2nd, 1924 * FORT LAMAR • ► •*.. The oyiing people from here who l are off at school are expected homo in a few days for the Christmas holidays. The children in school here are . looking forward to a Ohri-tinas tree and short program next Friday afternoon. >/ Miss I.ois Rice of Ua was a rtv* cent visitor here. Mr. and Mrs. George McWhir * ter art' spending some time her© with relatives. Mrs. M. F. McWhirter is improv ing after being indisposed for a few days. Mr. J. C. Tabor was in Athens recently. Mr. C. M. Dean made a business* trip to Commerce Friday. Little George Willie Fitts is im proving, after a hurt from a fall last woek. Mrs. Winnie Parker, after spend ing a few days with relatives here, has returned to her home near La vooia. Mr. DeWitt Packer, who is trav eling for the Frank R. Block Cos., in South Carolina, spent last week end at home. After a good crop year of corn and cotton, and with a good grain crop in and growing nicely, the far mers both white and black, are much more encouraged over the farming situation. We hear of! very littie moving—especially a niong the negroes. They seem to have decided they can do about as well here as at other places, taking all things into consideration. At a recent birthday celebration at one of their homes near here, more than sixty guests were reported to have taken dinner. All kinds of good things were on the bill of fare they said and an enjpyable time was re ported-. * SHILOH LOCALS * The singing given by Misaen' Re tha and Pauline Crow Sunday af ternoon was enjoyed by all present. Miss Pauline Bruce was in Athena one day last week. Miss Ruth Long spent Saturday night with Miss Annie* Mae Baxter. Mr. and Mrs. Coy Crow spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bennett. Miss Louesa Crow spent Saturday night with Misses Clyde and Ruth Crcwa. Mr. and Mrs. Onnie Seymour <Wf near Comer was the guest of Mrs. Luther Seymour one day last weak. Miss Vallie RA Bennett was the guwrt of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Forts on Saturday night. We have decided to have a X-* mas tree at Shiloh. * Mr. Jack Fowler from Franklin county was the guewt of Mr. and J. F. Fitts Wednesday. Mr. Reuben Tvner is home from the Navy to spend a while with home folks. Little Miss Lucile Tyner of Dan ieisville was the guest of her grand father, Mr. W. W. Tyner, Satur day afternoon. Miss lola Lord spent the week end with home folks near here . ler a while Sunday afternoon. The box supper at Shiloh Satur* day night was enjoyed by a large cjlowd. 1 Number