JUKES NAVY LIFE FINE
WRITES COMER B#Y
Guantemo Bay Cuba,
v ' U. S. S. New york,
26th Jan., 1926
Navy Recruiting Officer,
Navy Recruiting Station,
Dear Sir: ....
I suppose that
you remember enlisting me in the
Navy at Athens, Gq. the 10th No
vember, 1924. I am now on the U.
S. S. New York; we are in Guanta
namo Bay, Cuba, and 1 like th c se”-
vice just fine, and ncv>r will forget
notion of going: you made it look
good to me, but I had no idea that i
was half so good ag it is since I am
here lo see for myself. There is no
place that 1 had rather be. I find
the Navy boys all to be clean and
honest, and always ready to do you
h fuver, and if tire NuVy keens up a;
it has started I am bound to do a l ,
least 16 years, if not more.
I can’t see why ti e boys firm there
do not take the advantages that the
Navy offers them. I have seen more
and learned more already than
would have all my lif e if I had stay- j
ed at home, although I had a good
home and a kind father; hut 1 he
, lieve that the Navy will help me <r#
look the world in the face, unafraid/
lam learning to mix with people
from all parts of ti e, United State-?,
and am seeing places that F nv -
dreamed of. We are having night
battle practice most every night:
which is real interesting to me. Cos ,
is a great place.
Will write you again soon.
Oliver G. Johnson,
U. S. S. New York
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• POCAT ALIGO *
The baby if Mr. and Mrs. W. T i
Tidwell, whi was right P j c k this week
is better now.
Mr. Aubrey Graham made a busi
ness trip to Athens Thursday.
Mesdames L. W. W’lder, Johnnie
Tidwell and Mr--. Ozie Tidwell spent
Friday afternoon with Mrs. W. T.
Mr. E. B. Barrett made a busi
ness trip to Danielsville Saturday
Miss Irene McClellan of Bond A
cademy visited relatives here Friday
Mesdanies Lillie Looney and A. G
Brny spent Saturday afternoon with
Mr*. E. B. Barrett.
Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Henley toe
supper with Mrs. Eva Henley at
Misrcs luith and Corn Looney an
Pink Lord 5 pent Saturday
with Misses Inez and Evie Lee Bar
COLBERT WINS OVER ARNOLDS
VILLF. IN LAST HOME GAME
The last panic of the season was
the most hair raising of all panics du
rinp the season. This panic wai)
foupht between the fast Arnoldsvilla
team and the Colbert five.
It furnished the spectators the
most excitinp panic of the year.
When time was sounded for the
end of the first half the visitors were
leading by a score of 8-4. The local
boys came back hard and fought
their way to a tie early in the last
half. The "’core was tied twice du
rinp the last half of the panic ir
which every player of both teams
exerted every ounce of physical
Ross was the leading scorer for
the locals u-ith ten points, and M .
Fields led the visitors with nine
points. Young played a good game
for the visitors while Kollar and
Strickland were hard fighters for the
locals, and also Captain £dwi* Hart
played an excellent game.
Colbent 12 ArnoldEville 10
Ross (10) Morgan (0)
Hitchcock (0) M. Fields (9)
Hart (2) Stewart (0)
Kellar (0) Dean (0)
Strickland (0) Young (1)
Substitutions: Celfcert— White for
Hitchcock; Hitchcock for White.
Referee: Smith, Ga.
This street frock is developed of
Amber Helio Charmeen. Its inset
vest and cuffs of Frostcrepe in a
lighter shade give it a greater de
gree of charm.
YOUR CHILD’S EYES, Are they
efficient? Are they slightly defec
tive? Do you know? An examination
by our expert optometrist from the
Chas. A. Green Optical Company,
Atlanta, will remove the doubt, may
avert . unhappiness. He will be
here again on Saturday, March 7th.
HARDMAN DRUG CO.,
. Colbert, Georgia
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Col. John Coolidge of Plymouth
Vt., who by the light of a coal-oil
lamp and the old family bible ad
ministered the oath of office to his
son at the death of Pres. Hanlinjr*
made the trip to Washington for
the inauguration this week.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express cor apprecia
tion to the many friends and rela
tives for the beautiful floral offerings
and kindnesses shown us in our be
reavement of our loved one.
—Mrs J. T. Moon, Mrs J.
L. Moon, Mrs. R S. Cheney,
W T. Moon, Mrs. Jessie Brown,
O. L. Moon, Mrs. T. B. Jones
THE OANIELSVILLE MONITOR. OANIKLSVILLE. GA,
• PROGRESS *
Mrs. V. 1.. Ower.s of Athens is
visiting her daughter, Mrs. W. P.
Miss Hazel GrifTeth spent Satur
day night with her s’ster, Mrs.
Messers Horace and Gilbert and
Misses Mabel and Myrle Williams
spent Sunday with their sister, Mrs.
W. B. Gunnin of Danielsville.
Mr. and Mrs. Hoke Minish of
Boys, Take a
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Rogers spent Saturday night and
Sunday with khe latter’s parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Griss Maddox.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Glenn and
children spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mn(. F. M. Glenn.
Miss Alma Scarborough spent Sun
day with Mrs. Hoyle Bradley.
Mr. Grover McElroy has returned
from South Carolina to stay with
Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Jenkins and
children spent Sunday afternoon
with Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Jenkins.
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