The Newnan Herald
ue-wNAN HERALD I Consolidated with Coweta Advertiser September, 1886. I
‘'Established 1866. ( Consolidated with Newnan News January, 1815. I
NEWNAN, GA., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1921
Vol. 57—No. 1
County News Items
Interesting Facts Gathered During the Week by Our
‘Miss Martha Benttrn has returned to
Wesley Memorial Hospital, Atlanta, af
ter spending several, days with her pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. Prank Benton.
Mrs. Claude Norris nnd daughter,
Natalie, of New York City, are on a
visit to Mr. and MrB. Cicero Norris.
Sergt. Anthony Groves returned this
•week to Camp Banning, Columbus, after
an extended visit to his wife here.
Miss Mildred Latimer, of Atlanta,
was the week-end guest of Mrs. Mollie
Wortham and Miss Thelma- Latimer.
Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Nall announce
the birth of a son on Sept. 26.
Messrs. Leon nnd Joel Norris, of At
lanta, are visiting relatives here this
Mrs. Melissa Bean, of Atlanta, is vis
iting her daughter, Mrs. C. C. Nall, and
Mrs. Ernest Hopkins.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bob Norris spent
Monday in Senoia with their daughter,
Miss Ruth Norris, who is a teacher in
the school there. '
Mrs. Albert Lawler,- of Columbus, and
Mrs. Sims, of Atlanta, were week-end
guests of Mrs. Jule Garrett.
Miss Thelma Latimer is in Atlanta,
and will spend several weeks with rela
tives and friends there.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Geo. Newsie had as
week-end guests Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
Stanford, of Atlanta.
Dr. and Mrs. John Taylor, Miss Janie
Taylor and Miss Louise Taylor visited
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Holloman, in Co
lumbus, last- week.
Miss Annie Merle Sstes, Miss Daisy
Hardaway, Mr. Miller Trammell and
Mr. Lester Trammell attended the
“movies” at Grantvile Saturday even
Mr. Curtis Reed left this week for
Chattanooga, where he has a good posi
Miss Ethel Garrett entertained the
■senior class with a party Friday evening.
After several games of rook delicious ice
cream and cake were served. Those pres
ent were Misses Daisy Hardaway, Fran
ces Benton, Etta Lovett, Mary Worth
am, Moville Strickland, Ethel Garre;
Messrs* Eugene Hopkins, Frank Smith';
Lawrence McKoon, Lester Trammell,'
Mervin Cochran, Francis' Wortham and
Dr. Jas. W. Taylor spent last week
at Asheville, N. C., where he attended a
Those attending the Woman’s Bap
tist Missionary Conference in LaGrange
last week were Rev. F. A. Bone, Mrs,
E. E..Fry, Mrs. Eula Almon, Mrs. Tom
Garrison, Mrs. Jas. Dunlap, Miss Avis
Patterson, Mr. G. L. Colley, Mrs. Jas.
Gilbert, and the following members of
the latter’s “Sunbeam” class, viz: Et
ta Mae Jackson, Eugenia Jackson, Emily
Colley, Josephine Lambert, Sara Almon
and Olive Strickland.
We are having typical October weath
er this morning, which is a great relief
from the extreme heat of the past month,
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Meriwether and
little son, of Newnan, visited Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. Mriwether Sunday after
Mr. and Mrs. J.' E. Bilbo ami chil
dren spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs,
A. B. Bilbo, at Fairburn
Mrs. Ed Chaudler and Mrs. Ella Chan
dler, of New Hope, spent Saturdny af
ternoon with Mrs. Lewis Pritchett.
Miss -Lilia Brown and Mr. Tom
Warren, of Welcome, were quietly mar
ried Saturday evening.
Mr. Aubrey Morrow entertained a
number of his friends at a party Satur
Mr. Ed Lazenby and children spent
Sunday, with Mr. aiid Mrs. Joe Brown,
at NAw Hope.
Airs. O. B. Brooks and Mrs. Ed Brown,
of Corner Branch, spent Friday after
noon with Mrs. II. B. Jackson.
The two young sons of Dr. and Mrs.
H- B. Jackson, who have been quite sick,
are much better today, we are glad to re
Rev. V. A. Roark filled his appoint
ment here Saturday, but did not pfeaeh
Sunday on account of rain. However,
the' rain did not keep our Epworth
League from holding aq interesting
meetng Sunday night .
Mr. and Mrs. D. Y. Bryant and daugh
ter, of Grantville, were guests of Mr.
W. B. Cook nnd family Sunday.
Mrs. C. W. Johnson and young son,
Willie, of Langdale, Ala., linve returned
to their home, after spending a week
with Mrs. J. T. Jones.
Mrs. H. B. Arnold is visiting relatives
in Barnesville this week.
Dr. Ri E. Brown and wife, of Atlanta,
spent the week-end with their sister, Miss
Misses Bessie Redwine and Annie
Brown were in Newnan shopping Mon
Miss Annie Lou Coggin, of Atlanta,
was the guest of relatives here Sunday.
Messrs. T. .B. Hyde and W. B. Cook
went lip to Atlanta Mondny on busi
Mr. and Mrs. ,T. R. Wise and (laugh
ter, Elizabeth, and Mr. and Mrs. W. B.
Cook visited friends and relatives in
Atlanta and Decatur last Tuesday
Mr. T. R. Barrat, of Tulsa, Okla.,
who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Marion Beaver, returned home the past
week. Mrs. Barrat will remain a while
longer with relatives here and in At
Miss Berta Smith, of iHappy Valley,
is visiting Miss Merle Hayes this week.
Mr. R. W, Turner 1ms returned to his
Messrs. Hugh and Fred Camp were in
Atlanta on business Monday,
Mr. H. L. Camp is still In the syrup
making business, and judging from np-
learmices about the mill he will be kept
iusy for some time.
The Moreland ball team was defeated
by Grantville in a game Saturday, the
score standing 3 to 1.
Our Epworth League meets every
Wednesday evening, and everybody is
Wo are glad to report that Mrs. Fred
Camp is much better, after a slight at
tack of diphtheria.
Mr. J. H. Morris was in Atlanta on
The Moreland Hosiery Mill has re
sumed operations, after having been
closed down for several months. *
Mrs. H. E. Stipe and Mrs. D. > C.
Owen entertained the Junior Missionary
Society of the Methodist church Friday
Miss Rebecca Camp is spending some
time with friends and relatives in At-
On account of the inclement weather
there was no Sunday-school at Provi
dence church Sunday afternoon.
Messrs. Hamp Kidd and J.. W. Sum
mer are both oil the sick list this week,
The many friends of Mr. T. C. Dick-
aon are glad that he did not like the
“Land of Flowers,” and has returned
to his home here.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Loon Potts—
The cotton in our .section ip almost
iqnt?' apd the fanners are . now
preparing "td -plant small-grain.
' The farmers of our section are mak
ing quantities of fine syriip this fall.
Little Miss Virginia Wood has been
suffering from a bad ease of nettle-rash
the past few days.
First frost of the season Wednesday
Agricultural Commissioner ,T. J. Brown
is again on the ‘ ‘ firing line ’ ’ with his
suggestions, accusation, iinplorations and
gyrations. Somehow we haven’t had
much confidence in J. J. ’s opinions since
he advised the farmers to hold their cot
ton when it was bringing 40 cents a
pound. We are for the farmer strictly,
and have little patience with these far-'
mcr-politieians. In our opinion the far
lner has been exploited long enough.—
The man who knows all things is not
poor. He is rich in conceit.
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Sewell entertained
die young people with a peanut party
Monday night. Refreshments were
Miss Lueiie Brimer is visiting rela-
tives in Atlanta this week
Mrs. Susan Thomas lias returned from
,ln extended stay in Alabama, and is
now visiting relatives here.
Miss Pearl Sprayberry returned home
Monday, after s pending a week with
Mrs. A. A. Mitchell, in Newnan.
Misses Beulah Turner and Iva Daviil-
T° u > of Rico, spent Saturday with the
former’s sister, Mr. T. A. Brown.
Mr. Thos. L. Lang, of Atlanta, spent
Monday night with homefolk here.
Mr. and Mrs. A1 Sewell entertained
the Glee Club Saturday night .
Mrs. Otis Tarleton, of Atlanta, spent
? few days last week with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Brimer.
. Messrs. Hermon Sprayberry, Joe Will
Lukes and Joe Brant Lang went over
L'arrolltoii Monday on business.
Miss Fairy Smith is visiting her
Bramimother at Roscoe this week.
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One for mellowness. BURLEY
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coops, or small buildings.
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Mrs. N. P. Scroggin, 26 Second Ave.,
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Excluding What’s Not
Style and Value Are the Guiding Principles
the Design and Detail of Our Apparel.
It Results From a Circumstantial Study of
What Is Wanted and Will Be Worn By the
Better Dressed Women This Autumn Season.
Good Value We Need Not Emphasize. It
Is Basic to the Building of this Business of
Specialization, and in Thorough Accord With
Our Adopted Slogan
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You Are Urged to See Them, But Never Urged to Buy.
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KERSEY & PRATHER