The Danielsville flonitor.
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I LOCAL I
Mrs. Claude Montgomery, Mrs.
John Montgomery of Commerce
and Miss Evelyn Sorrells were guest*
at this meeting.
Col. Hamilton McWhorter of
Lexington was here Saturday on le
The monthly meeting of the Wo
man’s Missionary Society of the
Methodist church met on Tuesday
afternoon at three o’clock at the
Mrs. J. H. Boggs motored to
Athens Friday to see the Thief of
Bagdab playing at the Palace.
Protracted services begin at the
Methodist church on next Sunday
Ee|. Shankle, pastor of First church
Elberton, will be here to assist in
the meeting 1 and will deliver some
very able sermons. Everybody is
invited to be present. It’s a mighty
easy matter to get in the habit of
non church attendance. If this is our
trouble, let’s turn over anew leaf
and get an early start next Sunday,
and attend all the services possible
and much good will be accomplished
Mrs. Charlie Sanders was shop
ping in town on Saturday p, m.
Mr. and Mrs. Comers Moore were
in Athens Tuesday night.
I>llS. vjrtruigia VjUI'UOII ai.'.tj qftn,
Jim, were in Athens Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Graham of i
Athens were guests of Mr. and Mrs
Frank Graham Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Snellings
were in Athens Tuesday afternoon.
Mi and Mrs. W. D. Graham
were among those in Athens Tues
day to see the Birth of a Nation.
Adolphus Sorrells returned home
Sunday afternoon from Comer, af
ter having spent the week-end wit
his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben White and
Ben Simpson, accompanied by Mess
ers Westbrook and Marion of Ha,
were spend-the- day guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Herbert Witcher Sunday.
The Council meeting of the Meth
odist Sunday School held a most in
teresting meeting on Monday eve
ning at the home of Rev. and Mrs.
M. C. Allen.
Misses Ada Jack Wilson and Jes
sie Neal Strange attended preaching
services in Athens on Tast Sunday.
Mr. Alvin Baker and Miss Marie
Barrow were in Athens Tuesday eve
ning to attend the Glee Club recital
at Lucy Cobb.
Miss Jennie Duncan, one of our i
efficient primary teachers, spent the
past week-end with relatives at Tig
Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Moseley at
tended the funeral of Mrs. Hill Ran
dolph, Mrs. Moseley’s aunt, at Gal-
Wee, near Jefferson, Ga. on Tuesday
Miss Susie Colquitt spent last week
end with relatives at Crawford.
Mr. and Mrs Walter Roper and
young son were dinner guests of Mr
ar,d Mrs Nat Griffeth Sunday.
Mr. Roy Murray who has the Class
of Junior boys in the Methodist Sun
day School entertained them on Mon
day evening by carrying them over
to Athens to see the Birth of a Na
if*oll • Mr. Murray has eleven fine
| boys in his class who enjoyed this
: treat thoroughly. The picture is
one that combines an appeal that is
wide enough to cover the delights of
all who enjoy motion pictures, and
it furnishedes entertainment that no
other picture carries. It's education
al value alone of the reconstruction
days ofl the South is worth going toi
Mrj. W. H. Hall and Miss Ger
trude, Miss Kathleen Scarborough,
and Mrs. Clhude Parham were in
Among those forming a congenial
party for Athens on Monday evening’
to see the Birth of a Nation were:
Mr. and Mrs. Garnet Ware, Misses
Ruby Jenkins, Susie Colquitt, Lucile
Burroughs, Mr. and Mrs. E.
Hall, Miss Strange, Buel Hite Moon,
Mr. and Mrs. R'. Howard Gordon,
Mrs. ,]i. H. Boggs and Virginia
Mr. Luther Williams, our efficient
City Marshal, is doing some much
needed work on our side walks and
NEW HOLMAN HOTEL
OPENS AT ATHENS
Athens new hotel, The Holman,
BRfiQiCd.-OPl_ 3'’tC~dcirav -0x,";,,™— —‘ ‘i —
gram. The Holman Orchestra fur
nished music for the happy occasion,
and quite a large number of people
were present. This new hotel is nine
stories, and is very elaborately fur
nished. Among those going over
from here for the opening were:
Misses Ada Wilson and Virginia
Moseley, Messers L. E. Greene,
W. D. Meadow and D. A. Moseley
Rev, A. G. Shankle will begin a ten days Series of
Revival Services at Danielsville Methodist Church. Mar,
15th at 11 o'clock A. M.
It will be a great Spiritual loss to you to missthees
Services. Bro, Shankle comes highly reccommended and
we expect some old time Soul Stirring.revival preaching.
All denominations are cordially invited to attend
and take part in the Services.
M. C. ALLEN. Pastor in charge.
Danielsville, Georgia, Friday, MAR, 13, 1925
DANIELSVILLE WOMAN’S CLUB
The monthly meeting ofl the Dan
ielsville Woman’s Club was held Meh
4, 1925 at the home of Mrs. R. C.
Griffeth\. Mrs. A. S. Dalton and
Mrs. Griffcth being joint hostesses.
In discussing old and new business
many things of vital importance was
brought before the Club. Among
them was the much appreciated offer
by Mr. B. T. Moseley for the Club
tc use his vacant office as a tempo
rary club room—the club very grate
fully accepted this offer and will hold
the regular meetings there. A com
mittee was appointed to move the
various things belonging to the Club
to its new location, 1 .
Our president leaves us at this
meeting to be connected with the
New Holman Hotel in Athens, but
at the urgent request of the club war
asked to still occupy the chair for the
next two meetings, when election ot
new club o cers takes place. T ,
she consented to do and the next two
meetings will be held at 2 o’clock im
stead of three, in order to make
more convenient for her to make the
trip out from Athens.
An interesting program arranged
by Mrs. C. E. Adams on “Public
j School Education” was piesented.
After the club adjourned a most
happy social hour was enjoyed. A
profusion of jonquils, daffodils and
buttercups was used as decoration
in the living and dining room. De
licious cake a-!a-mode with punch
was served by the hostesses, after
which the club members surprised
Mrs. Dalton with a handkerchief
It is with the deepest regret that
the club gives up Dalton—but
Peidmont Cleveland Big 801 l Cotton
Seed, second year from Pedigreed
Seed Farm, field selected, carefully
ginned, culled and graded. $2.00
bushel or $6.00 per hundred.
F. D. STRIBLING,
LOST, STRAYED or STOLEN!:'
About one hundred and .twenty-!'ve
members of the Danielsville Moth )-
dist church. Finder will return
same to Rev. M. C. Allen and re
While wt had a most beautiful
day Sunday and trtily appreciated
tht attendance at the services both
morsing asd evtsisg, we were sorry
to see so many if our church mem
bers absent. According to the Bible
itself, if we reject God’s present
messengers, we would also reject
one though he were risen from the
dead. Brethren, if we turn a cold
shoulder to the church that Christ
died to redeem, how can we expect
the warm smiles of approval from
our Lord himself?
W’e speak from a bruise 1 heart
when we say that we are sorry to
see people able to go where pleas
ure or duuty calls but unable to go
to church. We are made to ask our
selves the question, is there a healing
balm in Gilead of a er n agravr.ti n
for our present lHs. I firmly believe
that we get what we go to church to
Elsewhere in this issue you wfll
see a notice of our revival to begin
next Sunday morning at eleven o’-
clock. Now, brethren, I firmly be
lieve that it is with us ts it was
in the days of Christ, “As your faith
is so be it unto thee.” So let’- nsk
ourselves hew strong our faith ‘s
We can enjoy Penticostai showers a
gain if we will only meet the .mndi
Our second Quarterly Conference
will be hek| at Gordons Chapel
tion present *srm -mi T-e >— *—
REV. W. M. COILE TO PREACH
On the third Sunday in April Rev.
W. M. Coile will preach at the Bapi
tist church at Danielsvillle, Every
body cordially invited.
Dr. Dawson of the Ag. College*,
who has spent the past two weeks in
this county inspecting cattle, return
ed to Athens Saturday.
Mr. .and Mr?!. Schoupe and two
children of Atlanta were soend the
day guests Sunday of Supt H. J.
LITTLE CHRISTINE GORDON CEL
EBRATES SECOND BIRTHDAY
Little Christine Gordon celebr t
ed her second birthday with a love
ly dinner on last Sunday.
The attractive appointed table
was centered with a handsome cake,
with two sparkling candies. Covers
were laid for the following: Mrs.
Georgia Gordon, Mr. and Mrs. J.
H. Boggs. Tom Neese and Harold
Arthur Boggs, Mr. and Mrs. D. A.
Moseley and Virginia Moseley.
An elaborate dinner was seived
BUSINESS MEETING OF
PURE SEED ASSOCIATION
On Monday night, Marck 16. at
8:00 o’clock at Danielsville in School
Auditorium there will be a business
meeting of Madison County Pure
Seed Association to elecc officers and
select varieties of seed to be grown.
All come and help organize.
FINANCES FOR PRODUCING
YOUR 1925 CROP
Members of the Georgia Cotton
Growers Co-operative Association,
and Cotton Growers desiring to co
operate with the Association, who
this County *■-
Call C. E. Adams, Danielsville,
Secretary Loan Committee
If you want 'Calcium Arsenate,
let me know by, at least, March 18.
The price is Bc. delivered with a de
posit of tc. a pound}. It is high timej
that we had our poison if we expect
to grow cotton.
Just as a word of warning—do
not expect to have as l'ttle trouble
with the BOLL WEEVIL as you did
last year. If you want me to get
Calcium Arsenate for you please act
ESPER E. HALL
COLBERT HAS GREAT
BASKET BALL TEAM
The showing that the Colbert High
Basket Ball Team made at Athens,
during the Northeast Georgia Tour
nament, is one that not only Colbert,
but the entire County should feel
proud of. The Colbert team fought
its way, eliminating many teams that
were counted on going to the finals^.
It seems, if it had not been for
Colbert, Madison County would not
have gotten anything. Colbert has a
good team, there is no doubt. In
we Teel like if Colbert had been irf
Winder’s place, the finals would have
been fought out between Colbert*
Grayson defeated Winder worse
thna Grayson defeated Colbert;
therefore, we say that Colbert is
Boys, you have a good, clean team,
and you five boys deserve far more
credit than some of the papers have
given you. Your team displayed
“team work,” and this is what it
takes to win the game.
You have made a record for your-”
selves, and Colbert High School.
Roy C. Murray. ‘