The Newman Herald
NEWNAN, GA., FkIDAY, OCTOBER 14 ,1921
Vol. 57—No. 2
County News Items
Interesting Facts Gathered During the Week by Our
Mrs. Hflnry Rowe, of Rocky Mount,,
spout Tuesday with her sister, Mrs. Wal
Mrs. John Taylor and Miss Louise
Tnylor were in Greenville Wednesday.
Dr. R. A. Hardaway spent Thursday
Rev. F. A. Bone, of Grantville, has
located here permanently, having taken
apartments with Mr. and Mrs. E. E.
Pry, Ho will preach at the Baptist
church in Greenville next Sunday.
Mr. E. E. Fry gave an interesting
lecture at Bethel church Sunday on B.
y. P. U. work.
Mr. Bill Archer, of Atlanta, was the
week-end guest of his brother, Dj\ M.
Miss Lula Cole spent Monday with
niatives at Primrose.
Mr. and Mrs. Lennder Oolley, Mr,
Maynard Oolley, Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
Garrett, Mr., and Mrs. Dan Patterson,
Mr. and Mrs. Jule Garrett, Miss Avis
Patterson and Miss Ethel Garrett spent
Sunday nt Locust Grove Institute with
Mercer Patterson and Johnnie Garrett.
Miss Louise Colley, who is teaching o,t
Stockbridge, joined them and spent tae
Miss Louise Taylor was the week end
guest of Miss Mattie Jarrell, at Green
Mrs. Luther Justiss, of Hogans villi,
was the guest Sunday of Mrs. Lovick
Mrs. Wm. Orr and son, of Perry, ai e
guests of Mrs. J-. U. McKoon this week.
Sgt. Anthony Groves, of Camp Hen
ning, spent Sunday here with his wife.
Mrs. Anna Clark, Miss Sara Clark,
Mr. and Mrs. “Buck” Wilson, Miss
Jennie Wilson, Miss Bessie Lassetter,
Miss Clara Williams and Miss Virginia
McDonald visited Mr. and Mrs. John
Morris, at St. Charles, Sunday.
Mrs. Amanda Stith, of Newman, - was
the week-end guest of friends here.
Miss Jennie Trammell, one of the
faculty of the Mary P. Willingham
School, at Blue Ridge, is spending
ew days i with lie* sister, Mrs. E.. E.
£ Walter Spratlin nnd Miss Lola
fai Sprtitliu sporif tiro Week-end with
the former’s' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Colie
Knight, at Rocky Mount.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Keith and chil
dren and Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Davis,
of Atlanta, -were guests Sunday of Mr.
and Mrs. Lewis Plant.
The Epwortli League of the Met.ho
(list church met last Thursday evening,
■with; Miss Virginia McDonald as leader.
An interesting program was enjoyed.
Mr s . Lucy Wortham, Mr. Nath Up
chary, Mr. Will Upshaw, Mr. and Mrs.
Jas. Gilbert, Mr. Ed Wortliam, Miss
Mairy Wortham nnd Mr. Herman Chand
ler' attended the funeral of Mr. ,T. E.
Pinson Monday, at Newnan. Our town
nmlj community extend to the stricken
family their deepest sympathy. Mrs.
Pigfeon was formerly Miss Sara Wor
tham, of tins place, and our hearts go
owt to her in her sad bereavement.
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Mr. und- Mrs. Ira Carr, of Heard
county, spont last week with Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph Warren.
Miss Ora Copeland, of Newnan, spoilt
the past week with friends hore.
Miss Lucile Sanders, of Dodson, spent
the week-end here.
Mr. and Mrs. A. ,T. Murphy and chil
dren spont the week-ond with relatives
at Rounoke, Ala.
Miss Fannie Kate Wallace, of Mt.
Carmel, spent the week-end with Misses
Pauline and Nahilie Mae Hnrris.
Mr. Dewey Davis, of Corner Brunch,
spent the week-end with Mh J, P. Har
Mr. and Mrs, M. B. Harris and Mr.
and Mrs; L. C. Gentry and children spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ben Dnvis,
at Cornor Branch.
Miss Lillian Murphy, of Carrollton,
spent the week-end at hoiiio.
Miss Grace Bridges spent Sunday fit
The fair hold at the school-house on
Wednesday of last week was a big suc
cess. The school exhibits were all good,
and reflected much credit on both pupils
and teachers. . The Canning Club girls
had an excellent display of their pro
duets, and the Pig Club members made
a big showing nlso. There were fine ex
hibits of corn and poultry. The wood
work done by the boys was both excel
lent and practical. Talks were made
by Mr. B. M. Drake, Mr. 0. W. Passa-
vant, Rev. W. E. Fuller and Miss Mil
dyed Arnall. We hope next year to
have a much larger fair, \vith exhibits
from the entire community. Following
is a list of prize-winners:
Cooking—Biscuit, Ruby Copolnnd. Corn
muffins, Gladys Sowell.
Peach Exhibit—1. Deane Bridges;
Grace Bridges; 3. Lizzie Warren.
Fig Exhibit—1; Pauline Harris;
Pickle Exhibit—Annie Lou McBurnett.
General Garden Exhibit—Jessie Knott,
General Exhibits—Peaches and pickle,
(two jars each,) Lucile Scroggin; black
berries and figs, (one jar each,) Elsie
Hicks; toiiiitflos, (One jar,) Deane
Bridges;; /Jjdajur .find- tomatoes); '(one :: jar
each,) Jessie-Knott; fig conserve; (three
jars,) ;PaUl)he Harris^ ^jain, (eight jarji,)
club exhibits (soup mixture, (one jar,)
JeBsie Knott. ■
Sewing—First year, Jessie Knott. Third
year, Pauline Harris, first; Elsie Hicks,
second. Fourth year, Deane Bridges,
Grace Bridges, Annie Lou McBurnett.
Basketry—1. Clessie Copeland ; 2, Pau
lino Holeman; 3. Willie May Holloway.
Alt, Carmel school hold n fair on Fri
day last, the teachers being capably as
sisted by Miss Lorino Collins. The work
of the girls’ club was tastefully dis
played in the school auditorium, and in
the class-rooms the handiwork of the
pupils ol’ nil grades was exhibited, Short
talks wore made by l’rof. .1. it. Starr,
•Prof. B. M. Drake, Rev. R. C. Olockler
and Mrs. Sasser. About one hundred
and fifty people saw the exhibits, Which
were highly creditable to the ollildron
of the community.
The fourth quarterly conference for
Lovcjo.v Memorial circuit was held at
Mt. Carmel church Friday. Prosldlug
Elder Clockler preached an oxcollont ser
mon to a largo congregation, which was
composed of peoplo from Handy, Wel
come, Dresden, Madras, Newnan, Snv-
gout and Roseoe, together with home
Miss Lena Maude Story is visiting
her sister, Mrs. Grady Robison, in Naw-
We arc glad to report that little Jus.
Turner, who. 1ms been quite ill, is im
Mrs, Andy llnlnes, of Welcome, at
tended quarterly mooting hero Friday.
Mr. and Mrs, C. I. Wallace nnd daugh
ter, Fannie, Knto, Mrs. Aaron Sewell
and Mr. Pierce Wallnce nttonded ser
vices lit Macedonia church Sunday.
Mr. Luther Hubbard, of Senoin, spent
a few days last week with Mr, Gene Pay-
ton and family.
Mr. and Mrs. John Penrson und chil
dren, of Cai'roll county, visited Mr.. 0.
I. Wallace and family Sunday after
Messrs. M. R. nnd C. S. Story attend
ed services at Macedonia church Sundny.
Mr. nnd -Mrs. Grady Robison, of New-
nnn, spent the wook-end with the hit
ter’s parents,!Mr. add Mrs, J, W. Story.
Mr. Horner Wobb, of Heard county,
vlsltod in our community Sunday.
Mr. Robt. Wallace, of Wolcomo,
tended Sabbath-school hove Sunday
Mrs. Mitchell Johnson, of Homewood,
spent Inst Wednesday with her mother,
Mrs. Byrd Bonvors.
Mr. Robt. Beavers, of South Geor
gia, is vtutini? ids brother, Mr. J. A.
Misses Mary and Fannie Nowiium nnd
Miss Florlno Smith, of Welcome, spent
Saturday night with Mrs. T, D. Austin.
Mrs. Ralph MeKoy and Miss 1 nicy
McKoy, of Welcome, vlsltod our school
Mr. Idas . Howell, who has been quito
sick, is now Convalescent, we are pleased
Lot ovoryliody eoino to Snbbnth-sohonl
next. Sunday afternoon, which meets at
A dressmaker may not have a grace
ful form, but she knows how to miiko up
A speculator on the stock exchange
wns Bittlsg In a friend’s office, and dur
ing the conversation,, which wns-mostly
about stocks and bonds, ho informed hi*
friend that ho hod picked up a Cheap
thing during, the winter.
"It Btood nt thirty-three then, and
yesterduy it touched eighty-four,” lie
“By jovol You nro lucky. What it
it?” asked his friend.
“A thermometor,” wns the reply.
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When experience is to be the teacher
there are few who care to learn.
All a fellow has to do to be good
those days is to quit being bnd,
All things that nre supposed to come
to him who waits are subject to change
\ Cotton-picking is about over in this
section, and some of our farmers are
Preparing to sow grain.
Wr. Hermon Cates, mother and sisters
"(rut up to Atlanta Sunday.
/Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Bedwine and chil-
|T”ren and Mrs. Ed Redwine, of Atlanta,
I - [ire week-end guests of Mrs. L. P. Red
Mrs. .1. T. Ferrell visited relatives
in Atlanta Sunday.
Miss Bessie Crawford, of CassviHe, is
spending the week witli her aunt, Miss
Mrs. II. B. Arnold, who visited rela-.
fives in Bavnesville the past week, has
Mr. J. R. Wise and family visited
•'Ir. nnd Mrs. Whit Upshaw, near Ray
Mr. W. B. Cook left. Monday for
' amp Bragg, N. C„ where he has ac
cepted a good position.
Mr. Tom Hyde and Miss Hyacinth
Cook attended the concert at Raymond
school-house Friday night.
Seems like our seasons are getting
"listed u;u We have peach blooms this
week, which is quite unusual at this
time of year.
,1 he many friends of Mrs. G. W. Gog-
f" will be glad to know that she is
°nie better, after an_illness of several
Miss Bessie Redwine went up to At-
vJ. r - T j n8le y. Of Langdale, Alai is
visitmjj the family of Mr. J. T. Jones.
th rs ' ,**• Johnson, of Atlanta, was
l e week-end guest of her mother, Mrs.
u S. Whittemore.
sr,oi'f- S ® C88 * e Brittain, of Newnan, is
it- ln 8 a few days with her sister, Mrs.
" A. Bailey.
dale aml Mrs - J - °- Hubbard, of Farm-
un,\\T ete 8 Pend-the-day guests of Mr.
8 »d Mrs. J. W . Byrom Sunday.
nan an 'i Mrs - J - v - Bailey, of New-
here 8I,eilt t * le week-end with relatives
• n Lucile and Ruth Hardin and
essie Brittain visited Miss Othello
n!" 9 ’„ of Parmdale, Monday,
al Roil. i °P eer &Ued his appointment
Betho? c l lurch Sunday,
with xv “i 1 ? 01 will begin next Monday,
She hnrJf ^AyP^le Wallace ae teacher.
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