The Newnan Herald
.mtwnaN HERALD I Consolidated with Coweta Advertiser September, 1888. (
N Established 1866. f Consolidated with Newnan News January, 1916. I
NEWNAN, GA., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1921
Vol. 56—No. S3
County News Items
Interesting Facts Gathered During tho Week by Our
Messrs. Frank Hollberg and Frankie
Lee Banks left Saturday to enter Geor
gia Tech., Atlanta.
B Dr and Mrs. W. R. McCrary, of De
catur, and Mrs. Luther Randall and lit
tle daughter, of Kentucky, were guests
of friends here last week.
Mrs. Lee Hand is spending a few
days with Mrs. Harry Callaway, in La-
The U. D. C.’s gave an entertainment
at the school auditorium last Friday
■evening for the benefit of the library.
Mrs. R. W. Freeman entertained at a
.dinner party Wednesday evening, com
plimentary to Mrs. J. C. Arnall, of
■Oklahoma City, Okla.
Mr. Iverson Mann left Tuesday morn
ing to outer Mercer University, Macon.
Hr. and Mrs. J. D. Hunter spent last
Thursday ■ in Atlanta.
Miss Louise Freeman, of Atlanta, was
the guest of Miss Margaret McKnlght
Mr. C. C. McKnight, who was m At
lanta for several days for examination
njid treatment, has returned home. We
are glad to note that his condition is
Mrs. J. C. Arnall, who has been the
guest of Mrs. Nixon Arnall for the past
week, has gone to Newnan to visit Mrs.
Mr. W..D. Gibson, who is buying cot
ton at. Lavonia this season, was in the
Mr. Geo. Ware, jv., of Atlanta, visit
cd his mother, Mrs. E. 8. Ware, Sunday.
Miss Margaret McKnight is spending
a few days in- Atlanta.
Mr. ,T. W. Caldwell spent Tuesday at
Alvaton, where he was a guest at a
"birthday dinner given for his sister,
"Mrs. J .W. Lyle.
Mrs. Fred Sibley, of Brooks, ■ spent
Tuesday with her sister, Mrs. T. H.
The Woman’s Missionary Society of
the Baptist church observed Thursday
•as a day of prayer.
Miss Edith Atkinson left last week
for Milledgeville, where she has matric
ulated as a student at the G. N, I. GoL.
Rev. S. B. Strout and family have re
turned from a two weeks’ vacation visit
in Southern Alabama.
Miss Ella May - Freeman entertained at
tea Friday evening, complimentary to
Mrs. Wm. Anderson, of Knoxville,
Tenn., and Mrs. Harry Callaway of La-
Miss Edith Culpepper is spending a
few days "in Atlanta.
Mrs. Ed S. Ware, Mr. Arthur Ware,
Mrs. W. H. Mashburn, Mrs. ,T. T Ar
nall and Mr. Mrs. S. Travis attended the
Fourth District Woman’s. Missionary
meeting at LaGrange Wednesday.
Dr. and- Mrs. J. L. D. Tench, of
'Gainesville, • Flat,' are guests of Mrs.
Annie Davis this week.
Everybody is rejoicing over tho line
rain that fell Tuesday.
Miss Alleno Glass has returned to
East Point, after spending awhile with
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Glass.
Mrs. J. D. Lambert visited Mrs. W.
H. Tanner, at ’Roseoe, Wednesday after
Mrs. L. P. Sewell was in LaGrange
Wednesday on business.
Mr. P. H. Gibson returned Saturday
from a ten-days’ fishing trip to Florida.
Born, on the 25th inst., to Mr. and
Mrs. Ernest Witcher—a son.
Miss Emmie Rae Gibson was the week
end guest of Miss Evelyn Moore, at
Messrs. Onnie Lambert, Golden Hyde
and Cnuley Hayes attended the singing
at Bvooks Sunday.
Misses Paulino and Edna Holeman, of
Sargent, spent Sunday with relatives
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Carter had as
dinner guests' Sunday Mr. and Mrs. L,
G. Whittlo and son, of Sargent.
Mr. G. W. Byram, of Newnan, spent
Sunday afternoon with Mr. T. B. San
Mr. Claude Pitts, of Newnan, was the
week-end guest of Mr. and Mrs. S. G.
Mr. Walter Ward is at home from the
Navy Hospital in Florida for a short
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sanders visited
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Evans, near New
Little Miss Louise Whittle, of Bar
gent, spent Sunday with Misses Eva and
Mrs. Martha Carmichael, of Roseoe
and Mrs. W. H. Summerlin spent Mon
day night with Mr. and Mrs. Geu,
Sowell, near Newnan.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hyde and chil
dren spent Sunday with relatives near
Mr. iPierce Sewell, of Roseoe, Mr,
Tom Ferrell, of Happy Valley, and Mr,
L P. Sewell motored down to Raymond
Friday evening, where they furnished
music for - a .concert, - "
• Bp.' .IS..'id. !Byde. left. Friday for Co
lumbus, whore he has accepted a posi
Mrs. Emma Dial, of Newnap, spelt
tile week-end with Mrs. T. B. Sanders.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. McKoon, sr., and
Mr. and Mrs. Goo. McKoon, jr., spent
Sunday with Mr. nnd Mrs. Irving Mc
Koon, in Atlanta.
Mr. nnd Mrs. dim Clinmbeas, Mr. Altoii
Hobbs, Mrs. EJlen Hobbs nnd Miss Bes
sie Lassetter attended services Sunday
at Flat Rock church, Allle.
Mr. Robt. Cousins left this week to
enter Mercer University, Macon.
Misses Louise nnd Kathleen Thorn
ton, of Jacksonville, Fla., nro visiting
their grandmother, Mrs. Nath Upshaw.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Spratlin lmd ns
guests Sunday Mr. nnd Mrs. Loyd Es
tes, of Palmetto.
Mrs. Alvnn Clmn'dlcr and children
were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs,
'ns. Estes, in Newnan.
Miss Estelle JustlsB, of Gay, was tho.
guest of relatives here for the week-end.
Miss Janie Taylor, of WhitoBbuvg,-vis
ited her sister, Miss Louise Taylor, Sat
in day anil Sunday.
Mrs. R. A. Hardaway ontortnined her
Sundny-seliool class (nineteen in num
ber) with a picnic last wook at Mr.
Robt. Teaglo’s pond. Different games
were enjoyed, after which delicious cake
and cream were served.
Miss Popie Plant and Mr. Frank El
kin wen tup to Moreland Monday after
noon, and were quietly married at the
Methodist parsonage there, Rev. H. E.
Stipe officiating. Botli nre very popu
lar here, and their many friends wish
for them much success and happiness in
tho years to come.
Miss Louise Taylor visited relatives nt
Whitesbnrg last week,
Mrp. I. 0. Albright is visiting rela
tives in Carrollton this week.
Mrs. M. S. Archer and Mrs. Will
Cochran were in Newhnn Saturday.
Dr. and Mrs. M. S. Archer and little
sons visited Rev. H. E, Stipe and family
and Dr. nnd Mrs. L. S. Young, nt More
Mrs. Robt. Brannon ami children hare
returned to Florida, after an extended
visit to relatives here and nt Morela id.
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Jnckson enter
tained as guests Sunday Rev. F, A.
Bone of Grantville, Mrs. Fred Martin of
Turin, Mrs. Jas. A. Ball arid Mr. and
Mrs. Van Braswell.
Tho lady was complaining to her dairy-
man some time ago regarding the qual
ity of: Ids milk.
“Short, o’ grass feed, mum—short o’
grass feed this time o’ year,” said tho
jocular milkman. “Bloss you! them
cows o’ mine nro just ns sorry about it
ns I nm, 1 often stands nnd watches
him cryiu’—rog J lav oryin’, mum, be-
enuso they feel ns how their milk don’t
do ’eiro credit. 'You don’t bcliovo it.”
“Oh/.yes! I lioliovo it,” said the
Indy i “but. I wlsli in .future you’d see
that they don’t drop their tears into
The long drouth was broken Tuesday
afternoon when a-fine rain fell. Guess
we can now sow turnips again, the first
sowing having been killed by the hot
Lucile and Horace MoKoy, of Newnan,
spent the week-end with their grandpa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. McKoy.
Mrs. A. B. McKoy spent part of last
week with her sister, Mrs. Lon Bishop,
We are glad to report' 'little Sybil
| Summer better at this writing. , She had-
toe misfortune to fall off a pile of Turn-
her some time ago, sustaining injuries „.
wlueli caused her leg to abcess. She has ing her sister, Mrs. S. S. Kidd,
been quite ill for the past two'Weeks.
Mr. Andrew Houston and children, of
oewnan, spent Sunday with Mr. arid
Mrs. C. F. Wood,
Mr. Hamp Kidd and family spent
with Mrs. Susan Kidd,
Mr. E. H. Kidd and family, of Wei
come, visited Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose
“Aunt” Donie Jackson visited her
daughter, Mrs. T. N. Smith, at. Spring
"view, last week.
Married, on Sept. 25, Mr. Frank Cash
and Miss Sarah Carnes. We wish for
this popular young couple a . long and
Mrs, P. A. Herudon is visiting her
son this week near Palmetto.
Mr. and Mrs. Vf. S. Kidd spent Sriri
day with Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Hardegree,
in Heard county.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Story and Mr
and Mrs. Albert Lyle, of Buckeye, wen
guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Stephens
at a birthday dinner Sunday.
Miss lima Kidd spent Saturday with
her cousin, Miss Ximena Davis, in New
Mr. and Mrs. J. T .Cash entertained
their children and grandchildren at a
family dinner Monday.
Mr. J. McDowey and two sisters, of
South .Georgia, visited relatives in our
community last, week.
Mrs. Huckaby, of Carrollton, is visit-
Just Turning a Handle
Drains the Buick Crank Case
You don’t have to crawl under a Buick to drain the
crank case. The oil drain, like many conveniences
found on the new Buick models will give you utmost
pleasure and comfort from motoring. With these
refinements are the sturdy, powerful Buick Chassis
and Valve-in-Head Motor. See the new Buiek
The “poor old farmer” seems al
ways in hard luck. He tries to be
loyal; takes all the advice handed down
to him from “on high.” As a result he
will have sorghum syrup and potatoes
to spare, with possibly a surplus of
com; but at present prices, if he should
put them on the market, it would hardly
pay the expense of hauling.
Mrs. W. H.'Meriwether returned home
Sunday, (--after- spending several months
with hrir daughter, Mrs. J. A. Dickin
son, in Valdosta.
Mrs. J. H. Orr and son, I. N., of
Enon Grove, were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Bilbo Saturday afternoon,
Miss Ralph Bilbo had as guests Sun
day Miss Annie Belle Chandler and Mr.
Roy Chandler, of New Hope, and Mr.
Bon Davis, jr., of Corner Branch.
Miss Martha Fincher, who is attend
ing school in Newnan, spent the week
end at home.
Little Billie Meriwether, of Newnan,
spent several days this woek with his
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Mer
■ -Dr. and- Mrs. H. B. Jackson had as
guests Sunday Mr. and- Mrs. W. E.
Webb, Mrs. Will Webb and Mrs. Fan
nie Brown, all of Corner Branch.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Furlow, of Bethel
community, were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Grady Thompson Sunday.
Miss Gussie Gooilson, of'Franklin, rc-
turne dto her home Sunday, after spend
ing the week with Mrs. J. E. Bilbo.
Mrs. Sophie Crowder,'Mrs. M. L. Ste
phens and Mrs. Wayland Lyle, of Han
ily, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hen
dricks Crowder Sunday.
Miss Annie . Ruth Davis, who has
entered the public schools at Newnan,
spent the week-end with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Davis.
Mr. Horace Haines and family, of
Senoia, spent Sunday witli Mrs. 0. A,
I Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Cole went over to
Mr.' and Mrs. J. C. McKoy, Mrs. J.Moreland Sunday. „
A Johnson and baby nnd Mrs. J. E I Sa11le Wynn, of Newnan, is
Boone and daughter, Eugenia, spent' spending the week with her son, Mr. E.
iuesilay with Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Sims,, G. Wynn. T , „
at Hogansville Mr. and Mrs. John McLean and Mr.
Bnlph Harper is on the sick list this an(1 Mrs - Jolm Haines s P cnt Wednesday
week. | in Hogansville.
Mr T. c. Dickson left last week fori Mr. and Mrs. Inis Cole Mrs. Roxie
Florida, We understand he lias been 1 Bridges and Miss Louise Bridges spent
offered a good position there, and if Suada / in Newnan the guests of Mr.
r - ■ and Mrs. Will Prather.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bridges have return
ed home, after spending the summer in
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Pitman, Mr. W.
E. Maynard, Mr. J. R. Cole and Dr. H.
G. Wallis attended the W. M. U. in La-
Grange Wednesday. .
Miss Laura Spence is spending a few
days in Newnan.
Miss Lucile Sanders spent the week
end with her parents at Dodson.
Pleased he will move. We should regret
0 much to lose this estimable family
■min our community,
v' lr ' ,9 s . e Hubbard, of Florida, has
o" visiting Coweta relatives.
1 1 an, l Mrs. Ralph McKoy were ten-
f lp , a reception Friday at the home
a the groom’s father, Mr. J. L. Me
lt'’'’ about fifty guests being present.
f ' !u } 1 } Mr^faMcKoy were accompanied
‘rem -JountvnBSby Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
"’h° were also married last
V-ir 811,1 ^ rs - J- B. Boone, Mr. Lewis
p ,Mrs. Frank Chappell, Mr. W.
teniio'i a| i? eU 811,1 M1sa Beo Chappell -at-
it,J ,,, e Spradlin-McKoy marriage at
'tulle on Wednesday, 21st iiiBt.
in'liis'. aslli . n . eton man Ben1 ' a sma11 1S) y
neighborhood to deliver a note to
taut '"l lai1y filing a few blocks dis-
to',, e gave the boy a quarter i nd
Itlie " ,n 10 l!urr J’- After a short time
I thr. , m(iise nger returned and, handing
,.(,? lle y to his patron, said:
»ee J ? nes says she will be glad to
: HmJt 11 , an ‘ght, but she didn’t want Lie
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*itlu U imlong ,to the type they associate
Mr. S. J. Elder’s syrup mill is running
on full time now.
Mr. Clarence Ross has returned home,
after a course of treatment under Dr,
Gable, in Griffin.
Mr. Ed Hancock, of Fanmlalc, visit
ed his sister, Mrs. J. R. Couch, Sunday.
Mr. Geo. Couch’s children are attend
ing school in Turin the present term.
Mrs. J. T. Neill, who was taken sud
denl.v 11 Friday, is reported better to
Thursday and Friday are ginning
days at Elder’s mill.
Secretly, every man thinks he could
run a house better than his wife, and
with half the work.
This section was 'blessed with a fine
rain Tuesday. It was greatly needed
Miss Bettie Cooper, from near More
land, was the week-end guest of Miss
Mr. and Mrs. Roberts, of Atlanta
visited Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Ferrell Sun
Ro.v. W. E. Brown and little daugh
ters, of Brooks, spent a few days with
Miss Annie Brown the past woek.
Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Hughs and Mrs
Lee Smith, of Newnan, were guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Beavers Sunday,
Miss Latham Langus, of LaGrange
is visiting Mrs. J. K. Beavers.
Miss Mary Palmer is on the sick list
this week, we regret to note. Hope she
will soon he able to resume her school
Mrs. Moore, of Hock Spring comma
nity, was buried at Jones Chapel last
Miss Emma Brown, who has been vis
iting her brother, Rev. W. E. Broivr:
at Brooks, is now at home.
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Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Story and chil
dren spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
W. W. Robison, in Newnan.
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Story spent the
week-end with Mr. T. J. O’Neal and
family, in New Hope community.
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Sewell spent the
week-end with the former's brother, Mr.
Raymond Sewell, at Happy Valley.
Mr. and Mrs. C. 8. Story and Mr. and
Mrs. M. L. Story and children spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Mil-
iians, in Newnan.
Mrs. J. B. BenverH, who has been vis
iting her mother at Leoma, Tenn,, is
now at home.
Mr. Lee Payton, of Homewood, vis
ited here Sunday afternoon.
Our fourth quarterly conference *ill
be held at Mt. Carmel church on Fri
day, Oct. 7. Everybody cordially in
For washing baby’s dainty little gar
ments there are many reasons why you
should choose a powdered soap, instead
of bar soap. You should not rub baby’s
clothes as you must rub them when you
use bar soap.
With Grandma’s Powdered Soap you
just squeeze out the pretty little things
Soak baby’s clothes with Grandma. You
do not need to rub them nor boil them.
Grandma is a powdered soap which you
use without wasting. You haven’t the work
of chipping and slicing bar soap.
You get a big, generous
sized package for 5c.
The most economical soap you can use.
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