NEWNAN, GA., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1921
wmWNAN HBRAtD I Consolidated with Coweta Advertiser September, 1888.
Established 1888. f Consolidated with Newnan News January, 1916.
Vol. 56—No. 50
inestic, science, in the public, schools.
Messrs. Fleming and Jim Arnall leff.
Tuesday for Auburn, Aln„ to resume
tfceir scliool work at the Alabama Poly
technic Institute. ,
* Mr. M. H. Travis left Monday, for
Asbury College, Louisville, Ky.
Miss Annie Mae Arnall left Monday
for Matter, Ga„ where she Iiob accepted
a place” in the music department of the
Miss Annih Bello Hutchinson left Pun-
ilay for Jesup, where she will teach in
the public schools. „
' Mrs. H. G. Hutfdipison and children
-have returned from a month >s, visit to
Mrs. Hutchinson’s parents in Ohio.
Mr. J. B. Hoyle, of Columbus, spent
Saturday and Sunday here, the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McKnjght.
Messrs. Viiulox and Douglas Hand, of
Griffin, were here ISuqBay.
Miss Lucile Morgan ’ is spending a
few, days in Atlanta.
Mrs. Alice Fall was in Atlanta Sat-’
Mr. W. E. Herrin, who travels South-
Georgin and -Florida for a clothing
house, fs at home on a short vacation.
Miss Homoln Davis will leave Friilay
for Montezuma,'Where she will teach
in the public schools the coming year.
Bev. Luke Johnson, presiding elder
of the Griffin district, preached to a
large congregation here Sunday morn
Col. Chas. Arnall, of Newnan, spent
Sunday . here.. He has just returned
from a trip to Tennessee.
Mr. O. S, Maun was in Macon Thurs
day on business.
Mias Irene Williams has returned.
from Comer,- Ga„ whdre she wus the
guest of Mrs. J. C. Greer for several
.Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Shields, Miss Mary
Shields, Miss Margaret Crouch, of At-
struek tho rails 4t, the crossing it was I
going at such rapid spoojl that he was 1
thrown clear of tho bicycle. His head 1
Struck ' the iron rail! Cutting ' an ugly
gash in his head and knocking him un
conscious. It wns several hours beforo
he rogained consciousness. A number ,
of stitches had to be taken in dressing 1
the wound. .
A very enjoyable affair' of Monday
was a reception given by tho Metho- 1
dist Sunday,school in honor of the boys,
and girls who are leaving this fall for
the various schools and colleges—qultp
a number' going back to resume their
studies, and others to take up school
work. Tlie"large grove surrounding the
church was, illuminated for the occasion.
Several short_ talks were made , by the
pastor and laymen, after, which, ice and
cake were served. S. _
Senoia public schools -opened Monday
morning with appropi
Df uuiuumou, v. >
of Newnan, and MrS. Joe Thrash of
Greenville, 8. C., Othef guests included
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. McKnight, Mr. and
Mrs. R. W. Freeman, ^liss Maty Free
man, Mr and Mrs. Nixon Arnall, Miss
Margaret McKnight, Miss Opal Mc
Knight, Miss Etta Steed,; Mrs. & ,L.
Bow, Mrs. J. H. McKnight, .Mrs. /J. A.
McKnight, Mrs. J.^ E. Sasser, Mr.
Wm. Row, Mr. Henry Fuller and Dr.
aud Mrs. J. C. Gardner.
Mrs. H. L. Alexander and children
have returned from a short visit in At
Mrs.' G. D. Pollock has returned to her
home in Birmingham, after an extended
visit to her mother, Mrs. M. H. Couch.
Mrs. Annie Davis, Miss Romola Davis,
Mrs. Maude Atkinson, Miss Edith At
kinson and Mk Fleming Arnall Spent
Saturday in Atlanta.
Miss Emily Arnall entertained the B.
Y. F. U. at a party Thursday evening.
Ices and cake .were served.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Gibson spent
Sunday in Forsyth, the guests of Mrs.
A. B. Alexander.
Mr. and Mrs. .Lee -Hand, Mr. B. P.
Daniel .and Mr. C. F. Ilollberg spent
Thursday in Atlanta.
Miss Olive Merrill, of Turin, is the
guest of Miss Alice Ingram this w$ek.
Mrs. Joe Thrasher, of Greenville,,; S.
C.; is tiio guest of her -jistur, Mrs. E.
Miss Nell Fielder, of Cedartown,* spent
Sunday iftitli her sister, Mrs. R. W. Free
man. _ ' ,
Miss Olivo Dent Manget,- of-Newnan,-
?wns the'-guest • o£'Miss Etta Stefed for
several days , lapt weak..
Mr. S. B. Steed, 6£ Tampa, Fla., is
spending several days wifft friends aiid
relatives here.' ..
Mr. and Mrs. J. E; Scott, of Hollon-
villp, spent Sunday -with Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Speer.
( Miss Boyd Arnall left Wednesday for
Commerce, Ga., where she will , teach do-
Shoes that not only look good-hold the
shape and wear well—but the most important
feature—they ar£ comfortable.
Fashion has decreed that oxford and strap
pumps are to be worn this fall; with only a few
We have anticipated this demand, and are
showing a number of the VERY NEWEST in
low and medium walking heels; also the higher
dressy heels in high Louis and Baby Louis heels.
Patent Leather for dress, with Tan, Brpwn
vising* .cotton market.
Boijn, on the 7th inst„ to Mr. and
Mrs. C. H. Kerapson—a daughter;
and the seventh to the tenth grade at
Sharpburg, under Prof, and Mrs. J. C.
Sorrell and Mibb Lucile Sanders as teach
er^. We hope to be in our new school
building by Jan. 1.
Mrs. Pearl Ligon of Atlanta, Miss
Lila Pitman of Newnan, Miss Cecil Cole
and Mrs. J. R. Cole spent Friday in
Griffin, the guests of Mrs. A. J. Mills.
Mr. ail'd -Mrs. Alvin Ingram, of Atv
lanta, spent Saturday night and Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Ingram.
Mr. C. R. Haines, Mr. and Mrs. S. 1
W. Glass, Mrs. Roy Askew and Miss Julia,
Askew vtere in Atlanta Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Smith visited Mr.
and Mrs. T\. L, Graves, at Raymond,
Mr. John Ogdc-n, of Knoxville/ Tenu,,-;
was the guest of Mr. J. L. Hallies Sat
Miss Bonnie Hunter, of Turin, .cariie
oyer* Tuesday rifad gave tVc W. M. S.
an interesting talk, on ‘ * Soul
It was much enjoyed by the members
present..... ' . .. ■
Mrs! Pearl Ligon lias returned Jq* At
lanta, after, spending the week-end with
Mrs. J. *R. Cole. ..
MiijS Lila Pitman has returned* tq
Newnan, after spending some time with
Miss Cecil Cole. She was accompanied
home by Miss Cole, who will be her, guest
for several* days.
iel and children, of iNAwnan, were guests
of Mr. and Mrs. W*/S. Travis Sunday.
Mr. W. S. Travis is spending the
week in Atlanta.
Mrs. Hollingsworth and Mrs. ' Clias.
Redwine, of Fayetteville, /were guests of
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Williams on Thurs
day Igst. .
Miss Loia. Haiuty, who has been bn
the road for’a.lyceum, company for some
time, returned horfie a few days ago.
She will leave this week for Mississippi,
wft'ere she has accepted a place as
teacher of expression,, in. .one of the load
ing schools of that State. . t ■ ,
, Mrs. M. # H. Couch has gone to At
lanta to s*pend a few days with her
daughter, Mrs; S. J. Elder.
Miss Grace , Carmiehaol leaves this
week for . Temple, Ga., \wjierc she /bus
4KM'rpted a place US'*,teacher ju the pub
‘ * Mrs. J. H. -. jou’ek. anjl Mrs. - J. M.
Tribble, 'have- returned Yrom\ a visit to
relatives at Zeb,ulon.
Walter Banks, tho young son ojT'Mr.
B. -Jj. Banks;* met with, a”" serious acci
dent on Thursday afterno'on last while
out riding, his bicycle. He was coast
ing down the hill leading tq the A., B.
\fc A. railroad, agd. when /tfie wheel
and Black for street wear.
We carry all widths and sizes.
Prices on our best Shoes— \
T.SO , to 11.50
FULL LINE OF CHILDRENS’ SHOES
Pull for Newnan,
Having made our purchases in advance on Cotton and Woolen Dress Goods-and Silks, we
are in position to m^ke some rather attractive prices on these lines of merchandise, which
arc now in stock awaiting your inspection.
Take a tip from us—
Buy Now—Buy Conservatively at the Present Prices
DO NOT WAIT! ,
Goods will not be as cheap in 30 days as they are today.
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Cotton has advanced 10 cents per pound in six weeks, and today there is a scarcity of cot
ton goods in many lines, such as gingham, percales, etc.
We buy for Cash and sell for Cash, and only DEPENDABLE merchandise. We are in po
sition to save you money on present prices. <
‘ Thank you,