NEWNAN, FRIDAY, MAR. 12.
The following programme was ren
dered Saturday afternoon by pupils of
Mrs. J. R. Herring’s music class:
“Carrol of the Birds,’’(Machenz) —
"Spring Violets”—Mary Glover.
Valse, (Streabbog) — Mary Ella
“Cricket” (Cochran) —Frances Glover,
(a) “Sennerstraum,” (Heins); (b)
“Playful Rondo,” (Greene)— Jahet Me-
“In Twilight,” (Gauschala)—Doro
Duet, “Return of the Heroes,” (En-
glemann)—Mary Freeman and Virginia
“Love’s Contentment,” (Oleman) —
(a) “Farewell to the Alps,” (Rohm;)
(b) “Garden of Dreams,’’(Lincoln)—
“Cabaletta,” (Lock)—Mary Free
Waltz, (Doles)—Rachel Farmer.
(a) "Swallow Song,” (Bohm;) (b)
“Cavallaria Rusticana,” (Mascagini)
Duet, “Polka Brilliante, ” — Mary
Freeman and Sarah Farmer.
“March Militaire,” Op. 51, No. 1,
(Schubert-Tansig)—Fannie Hill Her
Mrs. Gdy Cole was hostess at a thea
tre party Tuesday afternoon, at The
Halcyon. The guests were afterwards
invited to her home, where they were
served with an elegant two-course
luncheon. The house was prettily dec
orated in jonquils, and a color scheme
of yellow and white was carried out in
the menu. Among the invited guests
were Mesdames D. T. Manget, Joe
Arnall, Tom Fisher, Garland Jones,
Walker Arnall, Harry Hale, Jim Wads
worth, Ben Hill Pinsoh, Misses Katie
Arnall and Lula Barr.
Dr. and Mrs. John Atkinson Hunni-
cutt, of Athens, announce the engage
ment of their daughter, Nell Grattan,
to Mr. Charlie GateB Eckford, of Green
ville, the wedding to take place in
April. The above announcement is of
much interest here, Mhs Hunnicutt
having frequently visited Miss Evelyn
Wright and her sister, Mrs. Emmett
Bailey. She has many friends here,
who wish for her much happiness.
Mrs. Tom .Tones, of Riverside, was
hostess at a spend-the-day party Mon
day in honor of her sister, Mrs. Frank
Patterson, of Griffin. Those enjoying
Mrs. Jones’ hospitality were Mesdames
T. B. McRitchie, H. C. Arnall, jr.,
Garland Jones, J. S. Gibson, J. E.
Featherston and Miss Lucile Arnold.
Mrs. H. C. Arnall, jr., entertained
the members of her card club Tuesday
afternoon. The house was spring-like
with quantities of jonquils and violets.
After the game a delightful salad
course was served, with ice tea. The
top score was won by Mrs. J. S. Gib
son. Mrs. N. E. Powel drew the conso
lation—a crochet towel.
The Young Matron’s Sewing Club
had a delightful meeting with Mrs.
Cliff Glover Wednesday afternoon.
Quantities of spring blossoms adorned
the mantels and cabinets. The hostess
was assisted in entertaining by her
mother, Mrs. Cromwell Knight, of
Tarboro, N. C.
Miss Florine Walker entertained the
Young Ladies’ Social Club with a thea
tre party at The Halcyon Tuesday af
ternoon. After enjoying the pictures,
the guests repaired to Odom’s drug
store, where dainty refreshments were
Several hundred people enjoyed the
picture, “In the Name of the Prince
of Peace,” at The Halcyon on Tuesday
last. It was one of the Word Film Cor
poration’s best productions, featuring
Laura Sawyer and Robert Boderick in a
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Misses Bessie Lee Owens and May
Arnold, students at the G. N. & I.
College, Milledgeville, spent Saturday
and Sunday with homefoiks.
Mrs. H. C. Arnall, jr., Bpent Friday
and Saturday of last week as the guest
of Mrs. Ellison Richards, in Decatur.
Mrs. R. W. Hamrick, sr., and Miss
Lucile Summers are spending a few
days with friends in LaGrange.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Blackwell, of
Milledgeville, are with Mrs. D. A.
Power, on Spring street.
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Mrs. W. L. Woodrof and baby return
ed Wednesday from a two-weeks’ visit
to relatives in Savannah.
Miss Jessie Lewis Johnson, of West
Point, is the guest of Mrs. T. G.
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Bass have re
turned to their home at Bowdon, after
a visit to Mrs. D. A. Power.
Mrs. Martha Greene Jordan, of Pen
sacola, Fla., is on a visit to her pa
rents, Dr. and Mrs. Z. Greene.
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Miss Eleanor Barrett is spending a
week or so with her aunt, Mrs. J. G.
Harrison, in Macon.
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Miss Georgia Atkinson returned Mon
day from s delightful visit with friends
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Mrs. B. H. Pinson spent Thursday
with Mrs, P'rahk Norman, in Green
Mrs. Samuel Lumpkin, of Eastman,
is on a visit to her mother, Mrs. Jane
Mrs. Susan C. Hill, of Atlanta, spent
the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Cal
Mrs. W. T. Lazenby and Mrs. T. 13.
Parks spent the week-end in Atlanta.
One of the moat enjoyable events in
the social life of b'ayetteville was
the reception given Friday evening by
the Indies of the Baptist church in
honor of their new pastor and his
charming wife, Rev. and Mrs. L. P.
Glass. In the receiving line with the
guests of honor were Mesdames J. W.
Wise, J. A. Lester and C. D. Redwine.
The punch-bowls were presided over by
Mesoumes D. B. Blalock and Griff
Perry and Misses Lorn Perry and Mary
Lou Graham. A lovely musicnl pro
gramme was rendered by Miss Nina
Camp, of Fairburn, and Miss Annie
Nolan, of McDonough. Addresses of
welcome were made by Messrs. A. 0.
Blalock, R. E. L. Fife, J. W. Graham
and Prof. Blaclyvell. — Fayetteville
Jurors serving on the petit and tra
verse juries this week are J. W. Well
born, 6. H. Waltom, J. W. Trammell,
J. C. Harris, L. H. Smith, L. F. Pon
der, Eugene Askew, R. L. Arnall, Hen
ry Lenderman, J. H. Cook, Simeon
Addy, J. P. Cureton, W. R. Shell, W.
P. Gearreld, C. H. Fuller, D. T. Lati
mer, R. L. Pitts, F. T. Meacham, R-
E. Bexley, C. T. Witcher, W. E. Bow
ers, Paschal Moore, A. B. Boone, W.
L. Allen. W. C. Hunter, R. C. Shug-
art, R. E. McDonald, M. It. Bowen,
W. A. Steed, P. H. Gibson, W. J.
Murphey, T. D. McKoy, J. E. Todd, J.
H. Reynolds, J. W. L. Caldwell, Othel
Morgan, W. H. McElroy, D. W. Dial,
T. L. Graves, W. H. Summerlin, W. J.
Tarleton, A. R. Evans, P. R. Fry, J.
F. Cook, Hugh Glass, G. I. Stamps, A.
J. Sewell, J, H, McKoy.
Americus friends will be pleased to
learn of the honor conferred on Dr. E.
L. Thurman, of this city, who has been
notified of his appointment to the State
Board of Osteopathic Examiners. This
honor, coming unsolicited to the Amer
icus doctor, is especially gratifying to
hU large circle of friends. Mr.. Thur
man, who feels a pardonable sense of
pride in his selection by Gov. Slaton to
this important position, is forced to de
cline the honor on account of his health,
which has also forced him practically to
abandon his practice at this time. The
State Board of Examiners consists of
five of the foremost osteopaths of the
State. To be selected to serve on the
board is a distinct honor, and one sel
dom conferred on as young a man as
Dr. Thurman. — American Times-Re-
The Herald reg-ets to note the death
of Mrs. Lewellyn M. Smith, one of
Coweta’s most estimable and useful
women, which occurred quite suddenly
on Sunday morning last at her home in
Cedar Creek district. Her death is
much lamented in the community,
where she was held in high esteem and
universally beloved. She was u daughter
of the late Rev. J. R. T. Brown, a
prominent minister of the Baptist
church, who was well-known through
out this section of the State. The
funeral took place Monday at Liberty
church, services being conducted by
Rev. Mr. Connell. She is survived by
her husbnnd and eight children, the
latter being Mrs. O. B. Hayes, Mrs. S.
A. King, Mth. Albert Sewell, Mrs.
Raymond Sewell, Mrs. .1. P. Brooks, .1.
H. Smith, A. F. Smith, and R. M.
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If you want to hear powerful lan
guage ask a barber what he thinks of a
Card of Thanks.
We desire to thank our neighbors and
friends for the many kindnesses shown
us during the illness and upon the death
of our dear wife and mother. May
God hless you all, is our prayer.
Mr. J. N. Alexander,
Miss Beulah Alexander,
MisB Mary Alexander.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Whittemore,
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Alexander.
TO SHOW YOU
OUR MM IS TO
GRAND QPEN1 NG
We take pleasure in announcing that we have
secured the services of Air. E. R. McKee, of Chip-
ley, Ga., who has had many years’ experience in
the operation of ice plants, and under his supervis
ion. we can assure the public that the quality of
our product will be up to the highest standard.
We are making extensive improvements
throughout our plant, and everything will be ready
for operation early in the season.
Our delivery service, under the direct supervis
ion of Mr. E. D. Flowers, will be unexcelled, as he
has made it a study for many years, always main
taining the highest efficiency possible. You will
find our delivery men prompt and courteous at all
For prompt attention and courteous treatment
Newnan Ice and Fuel Co.
“The Home Industry”
Talking About Clothes Value,
I’VE GOT IT TOR TOG NOW
I’ll introduce to you the new way of tailor-made clothes. I sell you the
piece goods at so much per yard; I’ll have the garments tailored for you at a
very reasonable cost.
Iri this way you pay for just what you get, and you do not help to pay for
the big fat man’s clothes, which, of course, takes more yardage.
For the big fat man, I can make his clothes on this plan just as cheap to
him, and for the average and small size man I can save you 15 to 25 per cent.
Come to see me and let me tell you just how much goods is required for
you a suit.
To the Ladies of Newnan and Vicinity:
We take this means of EXTENDING TO ALL—
our old customers and friends, and to those that WE
WANT to make friends and customers of, a most
hearty and cordial invitation to our
GRAND SPRING OPENING
Tuesday and Wednesday
MARCH SIXTEENTH AND SEVENTEENTH
The Newnan Millinery Parlors
19 GREENVILLE STREET. OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE.
Call for your shoes I gave away last Saturday. See announcement in my
i W. M. AskeWj
There are all sorts of schemes
afoot to “safetyfy” the public
against personal injury.
Auto - crowded highways are
vigilantly patrolled by traffic
“cops.” The “constibule” is in
evidence at every country cross
road to make speed fiends slow
down. Factories spend thousands
yearly to fortify their workmen
against possible accident. “Safe
ty First” has become a notable
move for the betterment of con
ditions in work-a-day life the
world over. But workers in every
walk of life—in the trades, the
arts and professions—must have
“Safety First Stomachs.”
Who is looking out for this
“safety first” feature?
federal and State laws for hy
giene and food purity are the of
ficial monitors; but the REAL
guardian of a “safety first stom
ach” is the man himself.
Every man and woman should
appoint themselves a committee
of one to fortify their health by
buying good, wholesome food,
from cleanly markets.
The Sims Sanitary Meat and
Vegetable Market in Newnan is a
sure enough “SAFETY FIRST”
The best in seasonable Meats
and Vegetables, fresh, pure,
wholesome and healthful; and
sold in a scrupulously clean mar
Are YOU patronizing the SIMS
Sims Sanitary Market