The DanielsviSSe Honitor.
f LOCAL 1
Mr and Mrs. Walter Keper vis
Sted Mr. and MrS. J. N. Griceth
for the week-end.
Mi c S Julia Baker at 3. N. S. vls
-stcd home-folks Saturday and Sunday
Mr- j am es Gordon was a visitor
} ere last Friday.
Teachers of Madison County who
are entering teams in the Basket-
Z tournament to be held here Fn
(]r a nd Saturday of this week, held
a meeting mlhe office of Mr. R. C.
Pnvid Saturday morning to discuss
plans for the tournament.
■\p ft. T. Broome made a busi
es trin to Montgomery. Ala. Thurs
day and Friday.
Mi-s Lucv Meadow spent the week
end with Miss 'Frances Carithers
Mr. Floyd. Ford Agent for Bow
ers Motor Cos., Rovston, Ga., was
here on business Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. E v Greene vis
ited Mrs. Dorse Tribble in Athens
Among those from here witnessing
the Georgia vs A. C. C. game in
Athens Saturday, were Mr. and Mrs
Garnett Ware, Dr. W. D. Gholston.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hall visited
Miss Ora Hall in Athens Sunday
Mr. Felton Jenkins of XT. of, Ga.
spent the week-end at home.
Mr. E. E. Hall and Miss Jessie
Meal Strange, Demonstrators of
Madison Cos. are visiting the schools
this week organizing various clubs
among the boys and gills.
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. David were
guests of Dr. and Mrs White of La
Misses Lucy Meadow, Frances Ca
rithers and Mr. V(. D. Meadow,
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Moseley visited
Mrs. W. D. Meadow at St.
hospital in Athens Sunday!.
Mr. and Mrs. Kincaid of Colbert
were visitors here Saturday after
Mr. and Mrs, A. C. Campbelll
and Paul spent a short while in Ath
ens Sunday afteroon with relatiives.
The Junior Boys Sunday School
Class with Mr. J. E', Bond teacher,
enjoyed a fishing trip to Mason’s
Misses Lucy Gholston, Nell Camp
bell, Messers James Christy and Leo
Tend represented the Danielsville
League at the Epworth League In
stitute at Liberty Church Sunday.
The friends of Mrs. C. E. Huff
regret to know that she has been
'ery ill f or severa ] days.
. Ruby Jenkins visited friends
•n Athens Sunday afternoon.
W ashington birthda^
0 bhe Patrons of Madison County
bou are cordially inviited by the
faculty of M. C. H. S. to attend
f n Exercise in helebration of Wash
-3n Eton’s birthday, in the Srhool
Auditoriium, Feb. 23rd, at 9 A. M.
Despite the rain and cloudy dy
last Sunday wc had a good Epworth
League Institute at Liberty church.
A numlber of the speakers could not
be present yet we proceeded with
the program as far as- possible. Ev
erybody seemed to have a nice and
profitable time. One cf the desirably
features and by no means the least
was the extraordinary dinner which
was served; if you want to get fed
fust go up there.
Wc are very sorry that the Sunday
school at Danielsville did not get to
put on their Missionary program
Sunday, and hope they may put on
a good one next Sunday. It is our
purpose to inform our people on mis
sionary lines in this manner.
We are glad of the replys being
sent in to our missionary questionairs
This is a question of paramount im
poi-tance just now and not only those
who have pledges but every member
of the church is going to have to ral
ly to the aid of the church in this
missionary crisis. The church is fac
ing the greatest missionary crisis in
its history, so we are going to have
to support her to the point of sacri
fice or sound a retreat. We positive
ly cannot carry on the work on our
Brethren, like Napoleon’s army,
our diurch knows not what retreat
medns, and if we fail her in this cri
sis it will mean that paganism is go
ing to make a rapid advance and Ca
tholicism will flourish . We must
either face these powers now with
the gospel or our children will face
them with material force. As for me
I had rather give of! my means than
of my sons in battle.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank our many friends
of Davids Home for their kindness
shown us during the sickness and
death of our mother an,’ grandmoth
er, Mrs. Mary Roberts.
We trust they will prosper in every
thing they undertake in this life and
be rewarded with life eternal at the
end of the v/ay.
WERE GEORGE WASHINGTON HERE TODAY e y satterfield
Danielsville, Georgia, Friday, FEB, 20 1925
The Madison County Tournament
will be held at Danielsville Friday
and Saturday, Feb. 20-21. Seven
schools have entered: Comer, Bond.
Danielsville, Meadow, Diamond Hill,
Ila and Colbert rre the schools tl at
have entered teams. The drawings'
for the Tournament took place at
C. S. S. David’s office last Saturday
Comer and Bond, Friday 2:30 is first
game; Danielsville drew a By*; Dia
mond Hill drew Meathw for Bud
game; Ila drew Colbert for 3rd game
There will be four games played
Saturday beginning A. M. 0:30. \
The championship games will be
played at three o’clock. A trophy
will be awarded the winning team .
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Miss Estelie Waggoner spent last
week-end at home.
Miss Pearl Hardman spent Monday
night in Athens,,.going over to see
the play, “The Brut,” presented by
the Thalinn Dramatic Club at S. N. S
i he Valentine party given by the
Phi Gamma Literary Society at the
school building Saturday night was
enjoyed by every one.
Miss Ann’s Hardman of Athens
spent several days at home last week.
The friends of Mr. and Mrs. W.
L. Hardman will regret to learn that
they have been ill with flu.
Several from here went to Athens
Friday night to see Harold Lloyd in
Mr. Yates Ross spent the past
week-end in Atlanta.
Mr. Talmage Hardman was at
home for the week-end.
We are all sorry to learn that Mr.
and Mrs. C. W. Beacham are leav
ing Colbert to make their home in
. Woodville, Ga. “Colbert’s loss will
be Woodviile’s gain . ”
Mrs. J. E. Kidd, who has been
ill with flu, is improving.
Mr. pnd Mrs. J. R. Hardman are
convalescing from a recent illness.
Colbert was winner in the C'olbert-
Arnoldsville basket ball game, played
on Colbert’s court, Saturday after
noon, by a score of 12-14. It was the
last game to be played on Colbert’s
court this season, and also marked
the last appearance on the home
court of Captain Hart and Ross.
Friends of Mrs. H. C. Hardman
will be glad to know she is improving
from a recent illness.
Colbert Woman’* Club
On Friday afternoon, Feb. 13, the
Colbert Woman’s Club met at the
home of Mrs. G. L. Lodn. The
house was attractively decorated,
the Valentine idea prevailing. Every
where there were valentines and
hearts, big ones, little mes, and mid
dle sized ones.
Mrs. Hampton presided over the
meeting. The Club opened by sing
ing America the Beautiful, after
which the roll was called and re
sponded to by quotations of Washing
ton . The minutes of the last meeting
were then read and anproved.
After Mrs. M. W. Collier sang
sweetly “March’ta”, Mrs. Hampton
introduced the honor guest erf' the
afternoon, Mrs. W. L. Hodges.
The Club considered itself most for
tunate in having Mrs. Hodges with it
on this occasion. After the intro
duction she spoke to the club in her
usual charming manner, and every
one enjoved her talk immensely.
The usual program of the Clufb was
dispensed with in order that the
bime might be giiven to Mrs. Hodges
and then the time seemed all too
Mrs. Hampton called for reports,
and Miss Barrett thanked the club
the library for the school.
The meeting was then turned over
to the hostess and a valentine con
test was had in which Mrs. Luther
Greer and Mrs. J. B. Sims were
winners. Delicious refreshments
consisting of a salad course and cof
fee, and with these appropriate val
entine favors were given.
A motion for adjournment was
then heard. The club will meet
with Mrs. J. 14. Williams for the
March meeting. *