THE NEWNAN HERALD, NEWNAN, GA., FRIDAY, AUGUST 26, 1921
Protracted mcoting at the Mothodtst
ohureh in being conducted till* week by
tho pastor, Rev. II. K. "Stipe, assisted by
Bov. W. W. Cash, of Austell, and we
hope for a gracious revival. Sunilny
thoro will be a spoclal sermon for tho old
Dr. Solon B. Cousins will (111 tho pulpit
at the Baptist church next Sunday nt 11
DODSON 0. Edge, of Palmetto j Mr. and Mrs. W.
. . ... . , i c. Latimer and little daughter, Mr. Mai
Dr. Lewis howler, of. Atlanta. closed , y , and Mr. Frank Stripling, of
n successful revival meeting at MacetlO- | N ' Mr . , Mrs . p, B . Vineyard,
of "sharpsburg; Mr. .Tim Hughio and
Misses Estelle .lustlss, Irene Sewell and
Maryboth Hurst spent Wednesday in
Messrs. Mayo and Ebio Rood, of At
lanta, spent tho wook-end with Mr. and
Mrs. Noth Reed.
. Mrs. Torrcll Hurst and daughter, Mil
dred, spent Monday with relatives in
Mrs. Frank Boles and llttlo son, of
Greenville, arc guests this week of Mrs.
B. A. Hardaway.
Mrs. .Ibn Scogin has returned from nn
extended visit to her son, Mr. Claude
Bcogin, nt Sand Mountain, Ala.
Messrs. W. H, Loo ui)d Glenn Lovett,
of Fnlrburn, wore guests Sunday of Miss
Alary both Hurst.
Dr. and Mrs. M. 8. Archer bad ns
guosts Sunday Rev. H. 13. Stipe of More,
land, Mr. am) Mrs. Lovlck Sowoll, Miss
Irono Sowoll, Mr. John Williams, Miss
Clara Williams, Miss Eddie Bello Smith
and Miss Beulah Onrrisau.
Mr. Walter Bpratliug spent Monday
Rov. ,T. H. Ware, of Atlanta, who Is
to lenvo soon for foreign flol(|s, was tho
guost last week of Mr. and Mrs. 13. 15,
Miss Jonnlo Trninmell was tho wook
end guest of her brother, Mr. Bob Tram
moll, at Hamilton.
ACr. E, E. Fry spoilt several days last
•week with his brother, Mr. P. R. .Fry,
Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Nush, of Atlanta
vlsltod Mr. and Mrs. Otis Rood last week.
Mrs. Arch Williams spout Saturday in
Mr. and Mrs. Alton Hobbs and dill
,<1rcn, Mr. Lint Oolloy, Misses Loulso
Wilson,’Christine Lnssottor and Elizabeth
Lassotter attended a barbecue at Warm
Sprinfts on Thursday lust given by Mr.
and Mrk Will Albright, of LnGrnnge,
who are camping thoro for sovorul days.
Mr. “Doc” Tumor, of Godartown,
was the guost this wook of Mr. and MrB,
Wosloy Willingham, sr.
Miss Estelle Justiss is at White Pining
this week to attend the wodding of Bor
friend, Miss Marclhnan.
Mr. and Mrs. Alvnn Chnudlor spont
Friday with Air. and Mrs. Jus. Estes, in
Mr. and Mrs, Irwin McKoon, of At
lanta, nro spending tho week with the
former's pnronts, Mr. nsd Mrs. Goo, Mc
Miss Fay Robertson has returned from
Atlanta, where she has boon visiting her
sister, Mrs, Phil Matthews.
Miss Ellznboth Cook, of Buonn Vistn,
is visiting her cousin, Aiiss Mattlo Smith.
Mrs. Bob Drnnu, of. Columbus, and
Mrs. Gordon GlntiBlor, of Decatur, nro
guests tills wedk of their sister, Mrs. J,
Mr, and Mrs, E, E. Fry chaperoned
tlio B. Y. P. U. on a moonlight pionlo
excursion to Ponrl Spring on 'Fridny
Aiiss Alary Haynlo, of Turin, is tho
guest for the wook of Mrs. Goo. Mc
Koon, ,ir. .
Airs. Jnko Millin' mid little son, of
Rocky Mount, are spending the week
with tho farmer's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. Elliott Afoto, of. Carrollton, is vis
iting Ids mother, Mrsl iM. A.- Glumdlor.
Aiiss Eliznbbth Mann, of Snuoin,' hr,a
boon stopping with hor aunt, Airs. JV B.
Norris, for several days..
Aiiss Nellie Martin, of .Wohdliury, is
upending tho wook 'with Aiiss Clara Wil
Miss Mode 1 CtihmlBhnel jonvoa Satur
day for Statesboro, whore sluj will re
sume her duties Us tonoKer in tho soli 1
thoro. » , •» • 1 a > ■
Mr. das. A, Ball, of Columbia, 8. C„
is spending tho week here with ids wife.
additions, wild will reeolvo tho ordinance
of baptism the second Sunday morning
in noxt month, ot fl o ’clock. He preach
ed to large congregations both morning
Mr. Dave Sowoll, of Atlanta, spont last
wook with relatives here.
After spending n few days with rela
tives here Mrs. C. H. Newton.and Miss
Sndo Newton have returned to Newnan.
Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Herring, of Mnd-
rns, were dlnnor guests of Mr. and Mrs.
T. B. Sanders Thursday.
Mrs. Jim Gable, of Lutherville, is vis
iting hor mother, Mrs. Drew Hyde.
Mrs. J. W. Sprayborry and daughter,
Pear), and Mrs. A1 Sowell and children,
of Happy Valley, wore gueBts of the for
mer's Bistor, Mrs. J. D. Lambort, on
Thursday Inst .
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sanders had as
guests for dlnnor Thursday Mr. and Mrs.
Marlon Herring and little daughter, of
Madras, Miss Almn Hood, of Robcoo, and
Miss Laura King, of Sargent.
Several from our community hnvc been
attending tho singing school at Sargent.
Miss Mnry Palmer, of Madras, is vis
iting Miss Annio Mho Hyde.
Mr. anil Mrs. Welch Sowell visited at
Welcome Thursday and Friday,
Miss Annie Lou Dukes, of Happy Vnl-
lcy, visited her aunt, Mrs. Tom Sewell,
Mrs. Will Summerlin is Bpending tho
week with her parents nt Morolaml
Mr. anil Mrs. Glonn Carlor, of East
Point, are visiting tho latter’s'parents
and othor relatives bore tills weok.
Protracted meeting began at Liberty
Christian church Sunday, and Elder
Stone, tho pastor, is preaching some
splendid sormons both morning and oven
Mr. Walter Potty, of St. Louis,, is
spending tho wook with his brother, Mr.
Mrs. 0. 0. Elliott and children, Mrs.
Jim Garmleal, Mrs. Goo. Wnrron, of Sar
gent, and Mp. and Mrs. Marlon Herring,
of Madras, worn dliinor-gnests of Mr. and
Airs. T. B. Sanders Fridny.
Mrs. Will Hydo had ns hor guest for
tho wook-ond Airs. Viola Rnliioy, of Now
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sewell, of Happy
Valley, vlsltod Mr. and Mrs. Welch Sew
Mr. Walter Sijndors spent a fow days
in Carrollton laHt week.
Mrs. .Too Brown, of Heard county, is
visiting hor pnronts, Mr. and Mrs. T. F
Jones. " /
Mrs. Alvtin Sprayborry and 'young son
mid Aflr. Hall Cnrmloal, of Roscoe, were
guests Sunday of their Bister, Mrs. Al-
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brooks, of At,-
Inntn, are visiting tho lattor’s parents,
Mr. and Airs. E. T. Carter.
Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Sowoll, Mr. Tom
Sowoll and Mr. Onnio Lambert attended
services nt Rnmuh church, near Palmet
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Eidson Visited
relatives in Campbell county Tuesday.'
Tho Alissos Lambert lm'd as their
guost Friday Miss Annio Lou Dukes, of
Mr. Hugh Gibson, o,f Nownnn, spont
Thursday with his pnronts here.
Atrs. C. T. Hydo is sorlossly ill with
pneumonia, wo rogrot to report.
family and Mr. Joe Hugliie, of Ray
mond; Mr. Rad Vineyard and. family,
Mr. and Mrs. J. 8. Hainmoek, Misses
Verna and Tliclmu Hnifnnoek, Mr. T. L.
Oravcs mid Mr. Alton Royeton. A
s uinptuous dinner was enjoyed, and it
wub a linppy occnslon all around.
Mr. Joe Robert Young, of Fitzgerald,
is visiting Ids parents here.
Misses Katie and Viola Baxloy visited
the Misses Mattox and -attended the
swimming party at Young’s pond Mon
Born, Aug. 17, to Mr. and Mra. Wll
son Bowers—ft son.
Many are becoming interested in the
community couneii hero. Tho program
given at tho school-house on Friday night
Inst was enjoyed by everyono present.
We are pleased to see that tho road
to tho highway is being worked, but re
gret that other ronds leading from tho
henrt of our community are still, in bad
Rev. R. S. Hnrrls is conducting a two-
weeks’ meeting in Alabnmn.
Miss Annie Carmlcal lias returned
from a week’s visit to Miss Rachel Me-
Elroy, in Newnan.
Quito n numbor from our community
attended services*at the Presbyterian
church in Nownan Sunday, both morning
Mr. .loo Johnson, from near Newnan,
visited in our neighborhood Sunday.
Tho Y. sV,. C. U. met at the church
Sunday ' afternoon. During the winter
months meetings will be hold at the
Little Willie had boon 'told that ho
must nlwnys wnit patiently until he was
served at meals, and not to ery across
tho table or grab for his food. One day
while dining at a neighbor’s with his
mother'the little follow was accidentally
overlooked. Ho was very patient for a
tlilio, but nt Inst he could benr tho strain
no longer, sooing everybody feeding but
himself. ' So, loaning quietly across to
his mother, lie said in a loud whisper:
‘ 1 Mother, do little boys wiio starve to
dq^tli go to heaven?”
Now that a dollar is worth) money it
doesn’t care to visit a poor man.
A GOOD FRIEND «
week on account ' or. tlio illnoss of her
fatherland'hi her absence Alias Zipporjih
Kidd, df 'Nownnn, taught tlio -school,
Aiiss Todd rotufnod Monduy and resumed
"hdr duties. ,
Mr. Lindsay Hardogroo, - of Vienna, 'is
visiting his grandpuroiits, Mr, aittl Mrs.
D. L. Hardogroo. .
Fodder-pulling and -syrup-making seem
rto’bo tlio order of the day in our sootion.
’Howover, cotton-picking won’t be much
,of n job, judging from present pros
Misses Newell Wiggins and Francos
Stephens spont tho week-end in Hoard
Elim and Midway schools, together
with others, enjoyed a picnic nt Hilloy’s
Misses Julia and Ruth Boynton, of
Newnan, spent Inst week with their
grandmother. Airs, P. A. Herndon.
Air. Elbort Cash, of Carroll county,
spent the week-end with his brother, Mr.
J. T. Cash. *
Several from our, cpmmnnity attended
camp-meeting in Heard county’ Sunday.
Mrs. S. S, Kidd returned borne Alon-
dny, after a two-wcoks” visit in South
Air. Oliver Hardogroo and little son,
<if Vienna, spent Inst week with tlio for
mer’s parents, Mr.'and Mrs. D. L. Hnr-
Farmers arc hnviug fine weather for
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Grimes spent the
'wook-end with relatives at Madras.
Mr. Thompson Alorris spent Saturday
night and Sunday in Heard comity.
Miss Eilola Cato, of Heard county,
, .spent the week-end with her sister, Mrs.
A. R. Estes. i
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Grimes spont Sat
urday and Sunday witli ’ relatives in
The county convict force is doing some
good work in our section this wook.
Air. bliff Elder is now prepared for
grinding. Mill days are Wednesday and
Mr. Alfred Lazenby, of Dresdon, was
in our community Saturday afternoon,
Thirty-two undertakers attended
county meeting of undertakers af
Strcator one day last week. What a joke
it would have been for a lot of us to have
ilied off on that day and spoiled their
holiday.—Earlville (Ill.) Leader.
Farmers are busy pulling fodder this
Rov. F. ,T. Amis conducted a mooting
nt Fboneer church the past weok.
Mrs. Roxio McDonald entertained at
a family reunion last week.
Mr. 'Ralph Richards., of Carrollton,
was a plonsnnt caller' in our community
Air. and Airs. 15. ,0. Jfnkor spent soy-'
oral days with relatives and friends nit
Woodlund last wook.
Tho ieo cream party , given Saturday,
ovoning by Miss Alinnio Opal Gnmel in
honor of her visitor, Alias Louise Camel;
of East Point, was a very, ohjoynhlo af
fair. Others-' present were, Messrs. .Theo
dore McDonald, Walter Phillipe, J. P.
Brittain, Roswell McDonald, Sidnoy. Mc
Lean, Zneli Vineyard, J." W. Johnson,
Lewis .Smith, Clnrlco Lnssottor, -.Jim-
Keith, Alissos Lucy Loe, Annie Smith,
Martha Smith, Alice Phillips, Catliorino
Phillips; Ermn McLean, Annie Laurie
Hammock, Varna. Hammock, Ora. Vine
yard and Sara Vinoynrd.
Alissos Annie jLaurie and Vorim Ham
mock were in Nownnn Tuesday shopping.
Tlio Misses Vineyard will entertain, the
young peoplo nt their home one evening
Miss Annie Smith, who is teaching at
Rock Spring, spent tlio week-end 1 with
Miss Norino North is visiting in New-
nan tliis week.
Mr, and Atrs. J. H. Lendormnn and
children, of, Grautvillo, wore recent-
guests of Dr. R. L. Smith and family.
Mr. Aubrey Reeves, of Lutherville,
and Air. Sidney Young, of Moreland,
wore welcome callers in our community
Air. and Mrs. Lawson Wynn, of Wood
land, who have been visiting Air. and
Mrs. E. C. Baker, returned Home a few
Rev. Z. Speer flllod his appointment
at Coke ’s Chapel on Sunday last.
Miss Belle Todd, who is teaching at
Alidway, was called to the bedside of
her father a few days ago, who has been
Mr. and Mrs. Z. R. Vineyard and chil
dren attended the Huffmastor family re
union near Rico last Saturday.
Airs. Eddie Nortli, and children visited.
Airs. Owen Harper, near Raymond, the
Miss Louise Gftmel, of Enst Point, is
the attractive guest of Miss Atinnie Opal
Gamel: • \
Several from our community went over
to Rock Spring Tuesday afternoon to
witness n ball game between the Baptist
Rest ami Sharpsburg teams.
Air. and Mrs. Will Huffmastor have re
turned to Roscoe, after a visit to Mr. Z,
R. Vineyard and family.
Mr. Pratt Keith has returned from a
visit to relatives in Newnan.
Ale. Jim Hannah, who spent last week
with Mr. Tom Johnson and family, has
retarded to liis hi^ne in Alabama.
Mr. and Mrs. Al Vineyard entertain
ed a large company at a family reunion
Sunday, their guests including Mr. and
Airs. J. G. Vineyard and children nud
Mr. Dallas Collins, of Fairburn; Air. anil
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