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The Danielsville monitor. (Danielsville, Madison County, Ga.) 1882-2005, January 23, 1925, Image 1

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The Danielsville flonitor. VOL. XXX | local I HAPPENING^ Mrs. Fannie Broeks of Athens spent Tuesday and Wednesday here with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Blackwell of Bihop, Ca. spent Wednesday here en route te Mrs. Blackwells Lome near Jones Chapel. We were very aorr y to learn from Mrs. Blackwell that her mother, Mrs. S. W. Fitts js quit* sick. 5 Mr. Knox Griffeth of Atlanba, ’^ s a visitor here the first of week. Some of the relatives and friends fr*m out of town, who attended the funeral of Gee. Russell Sanders Wednesday afternoon were: Mr. and Mrs. Hope Mealor of Ft. La *rar, Mr. and Mrs. Howard and Cliff Graham of Athens, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Mealor of Colbert, Pat Graham of Rogers, Mrs. Bessie Scaifcorough of Comer, Mr.. Alvin eolkns of Commerce; Mrs. Euel and Ltacile Gneln, Mr. and Mrs. Homer McClellan of Poca; Miss Ennice and Mrs. Fannie Breoks of Athens; and a number of others. Mrs. Sallie Kidd has been in Ath ens for several days at the bedside of) her little grandson, Harry Jr., who is very sick with pneumonia. ■ if The numberless friends of George R. Senders were grieved to learn of his death which occurred at his home near here on Tuesday morning at five o’clock. Deepest and sincer est sympathy is extended the be reaved ones. .. ***** ** * * * • * JUST FROM PROGRESS * We have been having some rainy weather the past few days. Mr. and Mrs. Elmo McLeroy spent Friday night of laet week with Mrj. and Mss. Johnnie McLeroy. Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Scarboro spent a while last Monday with Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Scarbor-o. Mr. Chasteen and fiamily have moved into the house vacated by Mr. H. B. Jenkins and family. Mr. Harvie Carter, wife and two children, Boyd and Lonise, spent Tdesday with Mr and Mrstf. L. V. Scarboro. Misg Lizzie Rhinehnrt spent last week with her sister. Mrs. RS. B. Foster. Mr. J, D. McLeroy and family w ho has been living in the house with Mr. W. M. Glenn moved last ihursday on Mr. Walter Mathews place. Mrs. 7. B|- Smith and IJarvie •lordan Glenn motored to Athena Friday afternoon and met Mr. W. M Glenn who returned home from an e *tended visit to College Park. /' :r - G. R. Scarboro spent Monday r ‘ ' t with Mr. Buford Chandler. farms for rent 1 have two places for rent. Any desiring to rent good farms, See Mrs. S. T. E . Dudley at J . Dudley old home p'ace, Comer, Ga. % * FORT LAMAR * * * ******* Ihe school hene is some larger than before Christmas, bat on ac count jof bad weather and some sick ness there are some ohildrea not yet enrolled. ; j { ®n account of the raths there were no preaching services here Satnrday and Snnday. Mh*. A. J. Hutcherson, who has been indisposed for some time with rheumatism is improving. Mr. and Mrs;. W. L. Fitfes an nounee the birth of a son. Mr. Hoyt Bruce has gene to Flor ida te work for a few months. Friends of Mrs. O. P. Carter will regret to learn that she has been right si ok recently. Mr. H. B. Higginbotham of Com merce was in this community one day last week. Messors B. L, and F. Hi. Parker wore in CarnesvHle on business one day recently. All will welcome the sunskim a gain, and will be glad to think that day by day spring drows nfearec and nearer. FARMERS’ WEEK JAN. 26-31; COME! BRING YOUR FRIENDS You are cordially invited to attend the Eighteenth Annual Farmers’ Conference to be held at the State College of Agriculture, Jan. 26-31 inclusive, beginning Monday after noon at 2:30 P. M. and continuing through the week of the 26th. A group of eighty representative speakers have been selected. All of them have a worth-while message to present on various problems of every lime of Agriculture. You are again earnestly requested to attend part or all of this Confer ence. Let’s have a god crowd to represent us at Athens this next week. Esper E. Hall, County Agt. / l * X • | | T -u-nri j - ■ O' .. Danielsville, Georgia, Friday, JAN, 23 1925 COLBERT WOMAN’S CLUB The Colbert Woman’s Club met on Friday, Mrs. L. C. Sorrow, with Mrs. J. C. Biggs as assistant hostese. Mrs. Hampton presided over the meeting and gave a most interesting talk. Roll call was answered by quo tations from January’s author. The minutes of December meeting were read and approved. The program for the afternoon was given by the following members: What Determination and Aim means to an organization—Mrs H H Hart The value of cheerfulness—Miss “Diamonds and Hearts" PRESENTED BY Madison County High School 7:30 P. M., SCHOOL AUDITORIUM FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 1925 DANIELSVILLE GA. CAST OF CHARACTERS Bernice Halstead —A young lady of eighteen, with an affec tion of the heart, a love of fun and a hatred of arith metic Rea Sartain Amy Halstead—Her sister, two year s younger. Fond of frol ic • Lucy Gholston Inez Gray—A young lady visitor, wi Ifing to share in the fun Sarah Lou Bullock Mrs. Halstead —A widow, aftd stepmother to the Halstead girls . . Adele Kellum Hannah Mary Barnes, or “Sis”—A maiden lady who keeps house for her brother f Moline Chandler Dwight Bradley—A fortune-hunter, and Mrs. Halstead’s sen by a former marriage Olin McEwea Dr. Burten —A young physician Hamilton Long Sammy—The darkey bell-boy in the Halstead house Dewitt Bond Abrakam Barnes, nr “Bub”—A Yankee farmer still unmar ried at forty. A diamond in the reugh Hoke David Attorney Geor S e Burden Sheriff HBrace Davis ACT I. In Miss Halstead’s parlor ACT 11. Scene 1. Kitchen in the old Barnes farm house. Scene 2. Same scene, two weeks later. J"* * ACT 111. In Mrs. Halstead’s pfcrlor. 1 ’ l P iTf K 's!f H ADMISSION—ISc and 25c. Reserved seats 10c. Proceeds to go to Madison County High School. Susie Sorrells What is Success —Mrs. Hampton Several members who were on the program were not present. Mrs. H. G. Hardman read the by laws;. The President called for Res olutions. It seemed to he the gen eral sentiment of each metnlber to resolve to make the club “a bigger and better ene.” AM other business being dispensed with, the hostesses served delicious cake and tea. The Club will meet with Mrs. G. L. Loden on Feg. 13th. Mrs. J. B. Sims A WORTHY APPEAL Atlanta, Ga., Dec. 29, 1924 Bear Bomrodes: A PLAN offered by Dr. C t . L. Moore of Camp Tige Anderson and heartily endorsed by the Confeder ate veterans of the camps of Atlanta and Decatur, looking to create a plan whereby the veterans may col leet pensions due them. A committee was appointed by General George W. Wells, Comman der of the North Georgia Brigade, and Adjutant General D. B. Free man, of the North Georgia Brigade, this committee to consist of the fiv.e camps of Atlanta and the camp of Decatur, their commanders and sec retaries . This committee looking to reach the commander of] each camp of Confederate Veterans in Geongia. We want the said commanders of these camps to interest the Daughters of the Confederacy and each of you bo see your Representative in the Legislature, state your claim to him, get him interested with us so as to help in a loving way to get Georgia to see that many of the old veteran* are in great need of help, and if dear old Georgia can be brought to see our need, we feel that plans may be created so as to make it possible to give Hie veterans this back pay, then the $200.00 a year can keep them above want. Many of the vet erans are getting very feeble and are in great need. Ploase do your best to help create an interest with your lawmakers and the people of Georgia. Get your home paper to give you their kelp on this matter. By and by we mean to have a Ral ly day in Atlanta, with the beat speakers in Georgia to present our claim. The Governor and other officials will be invited to attend thia meeting. We want you, your camp and every veteran that oan to be o* hand. The Daughters of the C-on dfederacy will be with us that day. There is no money on hand to pay your expensed. Your camp must look out for that. You all get busy on this line and we will let you nnoW through the Atlanta newspapers what day this meeting will be called. Come! Comrades, every one that can. Respectfully yours, Dr. C. L. Moore, Chair. • •*****•••• * CARLTON • • ••*••••• * • • Wo are hack again after being ab sent for several weeks. Mrs. Joe Whitehead is on an ex tended visit to her relatives at New bon, Ga. , Mrs. W. K. CarsweU visited hoc daughter, Luclle, at the S. N. S. Wednesday. . , The rains of the past week have put our roads in an almost unnas sable condition . ! Mr. and Mrs. W. M Martin, Mrs. M. L. Fisher aud Mss. Sarah Garbett left soon after Christmas on an extended visit to Florida. Mr. Luther Goolsby of EHberton apeut the week-end at home. Mrs. J. W. Sherrer and children spent Sunday with her brother, Mr. J. D. Wynn and family. Mr. If. D. Wynn Jit. was in El i berton a while Sunday afternoon. Number