THE NEWNAN HERALD, NEWNAN, GA., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1921.
THE NEWNAN HERALD
NEWNAN, GA., FRIDAY, DEC. 9
Official Organ of Coweta County.
J*». E, Brown. O. W. Passavant.
BROWN 81 PASSAVANT
Editors and Pabllttm.
The Herald office Is located In the
Hood rum Building, 12 Jaokson Btreet
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HIGH SCHOOL NOTES.
Tho Inst week of the month again, nnd
' tests nro coming thick nnd fust. Wo
arc now in tho lust round before the'
Christmas holidays, wliieh start Doc. 10
. and will continue until Jan. 2. Wo get
. our monthly report ntiit Wodnosday.
Tho subject, for debate at the District
Meet to bo hold next April in West
Point has been announced. Wo are all
t at work on it, and Nownnn Hi Is plan
nlng to put out a winning team.
We have just really set to work in
• onrmSHt after tho Thanksgiving holidays;
: but we are working to make up for the
holidays, bIuco term examinations come
Rev. .1. G. Logan, the new pastor of
tho First -Methodist, church, spoke to os
Mondny morning, nnd IiIb talk was high
Jy appreciated. His theme was “Educu.
itlon for Citizenship, 1 ’ nnd ho lnid much
•stress upon efficiency—not a little
knowledge of everything, but aecurato
•und thorough knowledge of a fow things.
Ho told us to love our country nnd our
flag, and to stand for high idonls nl
The prospective basketball court is be
■ ginning to materialize in tho lower end
of the bCIiooI grounds, nnd it will soon
' -be ready for use.
Miss Jackson, of the Georgia Tuber-
> clilnr Longue, addressed tho school Titos-
■ day la behalf of tho campaign being
waged against tuberculosis. The high
■ School pupils wifi soil some of tho seals
put opt. 'by the league for tho benefit of
Mr. Hr,van Blackburn nddrossed the
Hi Y Club TuoBdny morning on “Clean
Living”—one of tiio three fundiimml'.ils
of tliut organization. Tho talk was rmi
doroil very eficctlvoly, and proved quite
inspiring to tho student body.
The athletic association, in behalf of
-tho High School, wishes to thank all
those loyal citizens wtio took un interest
in football tliis your. We hope tills
• spirit of loyalty will continue, and that
Nownnn wlll’bo known far nnd wide for
its lino school spirit.
Announcement wan made by the super
intendent of two scholarships offered oifl-
high school—one by Lnflrungo College
nnd the other'liv Uruimu G'ollogo. The
LaGriiugo scholarship is $100 u year;
the Brcimu scholarship, $200. Both urn
to be awarded on the basis of sehelnrsliip
and elmrnetor, M. C. Atkinson.
STARR HIGH SCHOOL NOTES.
Mr. and'Mrs. «T. U. Sorrells hnvo moved
into the Jones houso,-uenr the now school
At n ineciting of the. athletic associa
tion on Thursday Inst Marvin Cough was
Joloetod captain of tho boys’ baskotbnll
* team, and Ruth - Christopher cnptuiu of
' the girls’ team. HnyriiS Hummers was
■'oloetod cheer leader.
,Our basketball teams, accompanied by
1 Mr. and Mrs. Sorrells, "Miss Bochum, mid
* sovora 1 11 subs. ’ ’ anil ‘ 1 rootets, ’ ’ wont
to Concord Saturday afternoon for a
* ddublo-heAder with Concord ’a teams. Wo
found them to' lie n elovor'bunch of boys
■-.and girlB, wlio played n clean gmno nil
'the way through. -.The games went right
* through without n break. The dual
scoro was lit to 10' b\ faVor of our boys,
and 0 to 0 In favor of tho Concord girls.
.Both games were hotly contested and
kopt'-'tho spectators -“up 'in tho air”
from start toathush. fin view of tho fact
that this was tho "first real game of
bnskctbnll some of our boys and girls
had evor pluyftd, they did splendidly.
* .Our girls played a better game than tho
boys) blit they wero;up against a votornn
tonm that lias been winning almost every
game, nhd fate was against them. Both
teams ivlll got into tho next games with
more confidence, and they, nro bound to
win. Reginald- Onnnichnol, our genial
; sub-center for the boys’ team, wasn’t
wishing any of the boys ill luck, but ho
just “itched” for a chance to try Ins
metal. “Reg” had one of his lady
-friends along. “Rod” Smith, our seu-
sntionnl center-jumper, who can dioot
•goals almost ns well ns ho can jump-
.center, couldn’t get. exactly “coupled
■up. ’' However, ho dropped in two field
gonls during the game. Both teams
played well, but Marvin Courii nnd Li!n
Hardy starred for their respective teams.
Marvin threw 7 of the hoys’ Li points,
and Liln throw all fi of the points for
tho girls, Haynio Summers finds Keep
ing score much more congenial .-linn
ehosing or playing “sub”—especially
wIioWduo of Concord’s beauties is koep-
’ ing scoro for the other side. He hud to
nsk her several times who throw tho goal
or who fouled. However, it was not nil
• joy, for besides - being mistaken far a
professor, he heard his name mentioned
several times' in connection with expres-
K sions he is trying to' forget.
Frances Hardy nnd Rebecca Ingram
are making extensive plans for a trip to
Fayetteville next Friday. We wish for
btliaui as much men sure ns Rebecca en-
. joyed during her stay at Concord Sat
In a previous letter wo stated that our
colors ,<vcre purple and gold, when we
should have said purple and orange.
You have to look dose to detect any dif
ference, but out of ooiisidorntion for East
Nownnn wo will be enreful not to confnso
CARD OF THANKS.
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Long wish to
thank the friends and neighbors who
were so kind to them in their sorrow-
over the deatli of their infuut child,
who pbsaed uwny Nov. 29. Especially
do they thank those who furnished their
cars for the funeral.
666 is a prescription for Colds, Fe
ver and LaGrippe. It’s the most speedy
remedy we know.
East, West, Home’s Best.
WOMAN’S PRAYER CIRCLE
The attendance at different meetings
Wednesday morning, together with mcet-
ing-plnccs appointed for noxt Wednes
day, nre given below—
Circle No. 1—Attendance, 17; next
meeting with Mrs. E, C. Smith; louder,
Mrs. Kuln Reese,
Circle No. 2— Attendance, 24; next
meeting with Mrs. Golden; lender, Mrs.
Circle No. S—Attendance, 18; noxt
meeting with Mrs. T. B. McRltclde; lend
er, Mrs. Wm, Atkinson.
Circle Noi 4—Attondnnco, 10; next
meeting with Mrs. Harvey North; loud-
or, Mrs. North.
Circle No. fi—Attendance, Ulj next
meotlng with Mrs. W. F. Lewis; leader,
Mrs. N. L. North.
Circle No. 0—Attendance, 18; next
meeting with 1 Mrs. .T. P. Shackelford;
loader, Mrs. L. P. Neill.
Circle No. 7—Attondnnco, Ifi; next
meeting with Mrs. M. F. Cole; lender,
Mrs. W. B. Jones.
Circle No. 8—Attendance, 14; next
meotlng with Mrs. Clair Smith; lender,
Clrolo No. 10—Attendance. 17; noxt
meotlng with Mrs. C. B, Glovor; leader,
Mrs. Byrd Parks,
Circle No. 11—Attendance, 12; next
meeting with Mrs. Myron Fm-mer; lead
er’, Mrs. B. C. Kersey.
Circle No. 12—No roport.
Circle No. 1.1—Attendance, 20; next
meotlng with Mm. M. 55. Lewis; leader,
Circle; No. 14—Attendance,—; next
meeting at the jail; leudov to be appoint
ed from Circlo No. 11.
Circle No. 15—Attendance, 9; next
meeting with Mrs. B. T. Thompson; lead
er, Mrs. J. M. Trapnell.
Circle No. 10—Attendance, 9; noxt
meeting with Mm, .Mattie Futrollo;
lender, Mrs. Hudson.
Nothing creative ever yet came out
of a crowd unless It was put there
first by Individuals nnd smaller groups.
It Is friends talking by the fireside
Who wiike history; nnd the choice of
friends Is perlmps the most responsi
ble J*h which fulls lo n student's lot.
If college life hns no other Justifica
tion, It Is worth while for the leisure
It gives you to cliooRe those who will
become, you will find, your life's com
panions.—Prof. A. E. Zlmmern,
Danger In Too Cloao Shava.
According to the statement of a
Ngw York physician, shaving In
creases tlm liability of the individual
to ueliralgja and other nervous trou
bles qf the face, and close shaving of
the upper lip each duy orten hns
been credited with weakening the
nerves that affect the eyes, causing
acute eye trouble Hint disappeared
when the mustuche was permitted to
Superstitions About Birds.
It Ims always bed) deemed unlucky
by the sitpersiltlniis to kill a robin
or a swallow. In some lands the 111
luck If the killing be accidental, Is
canceled If lilt rial Is given to the
bird. Swallows' are, accounted sacred
hern use they Hew around the cross
What Man Learns. “ '
Another thing tho thoughtful man
learns after n while as he blunders
along through Ibis' old vale of tears
and latiBljtor, trying to do the best he
fan uniter all the circumstances, Is" to
distinguish rather carefully between
the reformers who really, mean It and
the ones who are doing it to make
their Jobs Inst,—Ohio State ' Journal,
ENTERTAINMENT AT MT. VER
NON BAPTIST CHURCH.
The thrilling drama, “East Lynne, or
tho Lady Isabel,” will be given at Mt
Vernon Baptist church Friday evening,
Dec. 10, with tho following cast of char
‘ ‘ Sir Francis Levlson ’ ’—Luther E,
! “Archibald Carlyle'’—Milo H„ Hun
“Lord Mount Sevlin”—Dr. M; Mc
“Richard Hare”—Qurrett Sellers.
“Mr. Dill”—Abrahnm North.
1 ‘ Littlo Willie ’ ’—Susie Armstrong.
“Barbara Hnrc’’—Mary F. Barnes.
“Willie”—Violet B. Jelikins.
‘ ‘ Joyeo ’ ’—Christine Browne.
' ‘ Miss Cornelia Carlyle ’ ’—Flora Bed-
“Lady Isabel,” “Madame Vine”
Lula Mao Spence.
Admission 3 Ur. <
Luther E. Gilley, Manager.
East, West, Home’s Best.
YYV OF OUR, MOST
\M YYWS PAPER ev'RN 1SSOE-
YV4EN MW&RIYoE BEOUT. YV\EH
/ARE YUE BEST, AWO YUEN
ARE YU' BESY BEC-OT- YUEN
Rub-My-Tism, an antiseptic and pain
killer, for infected sores, tetter, sprains,
neuralgia, rheumatism. 1
East, West, Home’s Best.
Letters of Administration.
Emmett Sewell having applied to the
Court of Ordinary of said county for
letters of administration on the eBtate
of Mrs. Sallle Sowell, deceased, all per
sons concerned are required to show
cause In said Court by the first Mon
day In January noxt. If any they can,
why said application should not be
granted. This Dec. 0, 1021.
J. A. R. CAMP, Ordinary,
oe s Fruit Stand
Corner Jaebson St. and Court Square
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FRUITS
Large size, bulk
California, Lily Brand
7 oz. Cake lOc
3 for 25c
Regular price 20c
Fancy Crackers (all kinds)
Candies (all kinds)
Special boxes of Cigars and Cigarettes
for Christmas Gifts.
DUtrlct Court-room, In tho city of At
lanta, Georgia, notice 1b hereby given
all creditors and other persons In
Interest to appear at said time and
pmiie and show cause, if vny they have,
why the prayor of the bankrupt tor
discharge should not bo granted.
O. C. FULLER, Clerk.
By virtue of an order of the Court
of Ordinary of said county, granted at
the December term, 192t. o£,sald Court,
will be sold before the court-houso
door of said county, on the first Tues
day In January, 1022. within the legal
hours df sale, the following property
of the estate of Mrs. Agnes L. Repso,
deceased, towit: .
One 1% karat solitaire diamond ring,
nnd one % karat solitaire diamond
ring. Also, one-sixtli undivided Inter
est of Mrs. Agnes;L. Reese In find to
certain real estate ih the town of Hous-
tonvlllo, Ky„ said property consisting
of a house and lot Bituated at tho
corner of Main and Good streets, In
said town, fronting on Main Btreet 100
feet and running buck 300 feet, on
which property Is a 0-room dwelling.
Terms of sale—CASH. This Deo. 7.
1021. Prs. foe $6.48.
B. A. REESE, Administrator.
SHKBIF'S SALES I'OH JANUARY.
Will be sold before the court-house
door In Newnan, said county, on the
first Tuesday In January. 1022. to the
highest and best bidder, tho following
described property, towit:
Thirty-eight (38) acres of land, be
ing part of lot No. 100, situate, lying
and being In the Sixth district of Cow
eta county, On.; also, one'hundred and
eight (108) acres of land, being part
of lot No. 224, situate In the same dis
trict and county. Levied on as the
property of Robt. Pinson to satisfy a
U. fa, Issued by C. J. Owens, T. C.,
for State, county and school taxes for
the year 1020, the same being now due
and unpaid. Levy made by S. M. Mc
Clendon, L. C„ and turned over to me.
This Dec. 3, 1021. Pro. foe, $6.12.
Also, at tlie same time and place,
one red mare tfuile about 12 years old.
one black horse mule about 10 years
old, and pne black horse mule about
12 years old—said mules being now in
possession of W. B. Harris. Levied
on as the property of Eph Vessel, prin
cipal, and W. B. Harris, security, to
satisfy a fi.fa. Issued from the City
Court of Newnan In favor of Rosa
Lee Hill vs. tho said Eph Vessel, prin
cipal. and W. B. Harris, security. De
fendants In fi. fa. notified In terms of
the law. Levy made by S. M. Mc
Clendon, LI C., and turned over to me.
This Jan. 26, 1021. Prs. fee, $4.92.
Also, at the same time and place,
one Summers rubber-tire buggy, one
Jaokson C. Smith rubber-tire buggy
nainted black, one Avery stalk-cutter,
one new Ideal mbwer, eight cotton
nlanters. one hay rake, two No. 10
Oliver plows, one No. IS Oliver plow,
one No. 35 Avery terrace plow, two
Gantt 2-horse plowstoeks. fifteen 1-
horse plowstoeks, two horse clippers,
one Russell 2-horse wagon, two Ten
nessee 2-horse wagons, one Stoughton
2-horse wagon, one Climax blower, one
00-lb. anvil, five Hyde cultivators, one
Fowler cultivator, four leather horse
collars, four sets 2-horse wagon har-
noss. six sets plow gear, eight guano
distributors, five long-handle shovels,
six manure forks, one farm bell, six
Perfection 2-horse plowstoeks, one
truck cutaway harrow, one small disc
East, West, Home’s Best.
cutaway harrow, ono drag section har
row, one hole-digger, one 50-gallon oil
tank, 250 lbs. plow shapes, 300 lbs.
scrapes, two barrels paint. Levied on
as the property of H. M. Cook to snt-
„ v Court of-ftownan In R favVn7’V ,h '‘
Hutchinson vs. the said w 0 «» 0, f <. O.
This Dec 8 1021 Vraf"' «• Cook!
J.,D. BREWSTER! Sheriff.
WHY NOT GIVE
Your Boy or Girl
Nothing you could buy would
give greater joy or more last
Special Prices lor Christmas I
R. B. Askew & Co.
Twelve Months* Support.
The return of the appraisers setting
apart twelve months' support to the
family of .J, W. Summers, deaeased,
having been' filed 10 my v office, all
persons concerned-stye cited to show
cause by the first ,Monday in January,
1022, why said application for twelve
>rt shoul ’ ' '
months’ support should not be granted.
This Dec. 6, 1021.
J. A. R. CAMP, Ordinary.
Application For Leave to Sell.
J. H. Simms, executor of the estate
of John D._ Simms, deceased, having
applied to the Court of Ordinary of
said county for leave to sell lands of
said deceased, all persons concerned
are required to show cause In said
Court by the first Monday In January
next. If any they can, why said appli
cation should not be granted.. This
Dec, G, 1201. J. A, R, CAMP,
Notice ol Discharge In Bankruptcy.
In the District Court of the United
States, for the Northern District .
No. 7491. In Bankruptcy.
In re Coweta Drug & Book Co.) a part
nership, and L. B. Walthall; H. C.
Pilco and L. N. Camp, as
. A petition for discharge having been
filed In conformity with law by above-
named bankrupt, and the Court hav
ing ordered that the hearing upon said
petltion .be had on January 7, 1922, at
ten o'olock.a. m. at the united States
East, West, Home’s Best.
When your package is “done up” with DENNISON’S
it will be given in confidence and received with genuine ap
preciation as a Christmas Gift. We have the necessary dress
ings to add this air of distinction to your gifts. The gift is
not judged by its intrinsic value but more by the thoughtful
ness and painstaking in sending it. At little extra cost you
will be proud to give an inexpensive gift. Dress it with
DENNISON’S and you will dress it right. j.
You will find here many iterfts that will make your
Christmas shopping easy and economical.
Tags, Seals, Post
Cards, Tissue Paper, -
Crepe paper, Christ
mas Boxes, Sealing
Tape, Parcel Post
Labels, Bells, Sta
tionery, Cigars, Ci
garettes, Pipes, Pen
cil Boxes, Bill Folds, Fountain Pens, Eversharp Pencils, Ra
zors, Manicure Sets, Toilet Articles, Toilet Goods Sets, Ko
daks and Films, Playing Cards, Rook Cards, Candles.
We will have fresh shipments of Whitman’s, Hollings
worth’s and Norris’ Candies.
We have a good assortment for you to select from.
We are not offering hard stock at cut prices, but guarantee
to sell you goods that you will not be ashamed of at reason
Visit our store. We are always glad to see you.
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“A GOOD DRUG STORE"
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