THE NEWNAN HERALD
was the guest of Mrs. W. 6. Sadler
NEWNAN. GA., FRIDAY, .DEC. 30.
Miss Dot Sorrell, of Houston, Texus,
Official. Organ of Coweta County.
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An event of unusual ilitorCBt to their
many friomls was the marriage of Miss
LonnU'Jones und Mr. 0. U Starr, which
was solemnized Sunday cvonlng at tho
home of the bride’s parents, Mr. and
Mrs. A. H. .rones, Itcv. Mr. Carey, of
Fayottovllle, officiating. The eoromony
took place in tho presoneo of only the
immediate relatives of the brldo and
groom and n few close friends. Mr.
and Mra. Starr will make their home in
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Banks, of At
lanta, spent the week-end with Mr. and
Mrs. B. L, Bunks.
Miss Ena Tigert, of Nashville', On.,
is tho guest of Miss Georgia Mliy Har
Mr. Clyde Nelson, of Birmingham,
Ala., was tho guest of Miss ltomola
Miss Virginia Farrar, of Atlanta, is
'-the guest of Miss Annette Aloxandcr.
Mr, and Mrs, E. It. EHtes and children
.-spent Sunday at Gay. .
■Mrs. Mullls Einch nml Miss Francos
Gray roturnod Friday to their home at,
Bake Charles, La.
Col. and Mrs. W. C. Turpin, of Mil
■con, spout Sunday with Dr. and Mrs
W. F. Culpepper.
Mrs. Frank Slbloy, of Griffin, was
the guest of Mrs. J. W. Arnull Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hand hud as guests
for tho holidays Mrs. A. J’. Moses and
little daughter of Ohattnnoogu, Mr. and
MrH. Harry Callaway of LaGrango, Mr,
and Mrs. Gluts.' Moses of Houston, Tex.,
Messrs. Hugh and Jim Moscb of Atlanta,
and Miss Elizabeth Lindsey of Barnes
villc. Mr. and Mrs. V. B. Ingram on
"tertainod at a turkey dinner Tuesday in
compliment ■ to Mr. and Mrs. Hand’i
Mrs. .1. T. Tribble, of Jefferson, vis
• Ited relatives boro this weok.
Mr. and Mra. E. R. Bogle, who linvo
-been visiting bore, returned to Nnslivillo,
Mrs. Otio SusHor, of Newiian, is spond
ing tho weok with relatives hero,
Mr. Goo. Ware, Jr., of Atlanta,, is
spending tho weok with Ids mother, Mrs,
E. S. Ware.
Mrs. Gussie Edwards’1b spending tho
week in Atlanta, tho guest of Miss .Ellon
Mr. ami Mrs. C. C. McKibght, Mr
and Mrs, J. D. Hunter,. Mr. and Mrs
Lee Hand, Mrs, A. J, Moses, Mrs. Har*
ry Callaway and Mrs, G. L.- Bow wero
, guests at; a b!x o 'clock dinner given by
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Dominick, of Tu
Mrs. 0. B. McDaniel and children, of
Nmvnuii, are spondliig tho weok with
\ Mrs. W. S. Travis.
. Mr. Wilbur Sasser,/of Atlanta, spout
■Sunday with Ids parent's, Mr. nml Mrs,
H. B. Sasser.
Mrs. J. W. Hogg returned Sunday
.from Atlanta. Miss Mary Loo Hogg no*
-eompaideir her mother home.
Mrs. Sal lie Jones, of Zelnilon, is the
.guest, of Mr. and Mrs. J, H. Jones this
Col. C. H. A inn II. of Newnnn, spout
the week-end with his mother, Mrs. Cora
■ ■ Arnnll.
Tho college boys home for tho holidays
are Messrs. Fleming Armill, Jim W. Ar-
* nail, Frankie L. Banks, ltobort Steed,
; ■ J. B. Thurmond and Glonn Camp.
Mr, and' Mrs,' B. E, MoKniglit'enter-
♦•'tamed «t n six.o’clock dinner Tuesday.
' 'Covers were placed for Mr. and Mrs.
• J. H.. Jones, Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Tribble,
■Mr. 1 and.Mrs. W. D, .Gibson and Mr. and
. Mrs. Nixon Arnnll.*
, -Mr. and Mra. Ponvy and children, who
■ have boon tho guosts of Mr. and Mrs.
... A. H. Jonos, returned to tliolr homo at
_ Pinoliurst WodnoBdny.
Mr. and Mrs, S. L. Jones, of Atluntn,
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. A. HI
is the guest of Miss Leonn Lctson
Wo are pleased to learn that Miss
Mabel Andrews will be with us after
Christmas, fjht; will take Miss Odom's
plneo In the high school. ■
Mrs. C. 8. Colley entertninod lit a
Christmas dinner Tuesday Mr. and Mrs.
I. N. Orr and children of Newiian, Mr,
mid Mrs. Brack Blniock nml young son
of Fayottovllle, Mrs. W. A. Ward, Miss
Ella Zellnrs Word and Mrs. Margaret
O’Kolloy of Atlanta, Mr. and Mrs. S.
E. Leigh nml Mrs; C. B-. Hntchor.
After Jnn. 1 the Colley-Liimbort Co,
will occupy the corner where the W. A,
Bohannon Co. is now located. We will
be pleased to sco all our friends at
our now location. Many changes will be
mndo, ami the prleos will bo inpro at
tractive thnn ovor,
At tho last regular communication cf
.Grailtville Lodgfc, No. 285, F. & A. M„
lew officers wore elected for tho ensuing
year ns follows—
Luther Watkins, W. M.
Paul Bugg, S. W.
John Jenkins, J. W.
Sowell Dixon, Secretary,
J. A. Latimer, Treasurer.
F. H.‘ Letson, Chaplain.
Clarence Barnes, S. D.
Aubrey Shnddlx, J. T).
Walter Copelnad, S. 8.
Ed Jenkins, J. S.
.rolin Slmddli, Tyler.
Mr. and Mra, Geo. Haynes, at Moreland.
Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Sprayberry, Misses
Pearl and Buth Sprayberry, Mr. and
Mrs W. L. Brimer and children, MrH.
Otis Tarloton und baby, Mrs., B. L. For-
rail mid children and Master Doris
Sprayberry were spend-tlio-duy guests of
Mr. aud Mrs. H. J. A. Sprayberry. in
Newiian, Tuesday. .
Mr E. M. Smith and daughter, Jmvol,
of Madras, spent Saturday night with
Mr. A. F. Smith.
Mr, Tom Ferrell spout Saturday night
with Mr. Onnlo Lnmbort, at Dodson.
Mr. Stacy Moore, of Madras, and Mr.
Albert Jones, of WoBt Point, visited our
community Monday evening.
Mr and Mrs. Pope Sewell, ot Itoseoe,
and Mr. and Mrs. Boll, of Buchanan,
wore guests of Mr. (and Mrs. Marion
Mrs W H. Sewell spent a few days
in Newiian last week with her sister.
Mr. CliHB. Dukes, of Dodson, is visit
ing Mr. Harris Dukes. ' '
“Grandpa” Moore is on tho sick'list
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Sprayberry and
children were dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs, H. J. A. Sprayberry,-in-Ncwnun
school department with a weenie roast.
Each occasion was thoroughly enjoyed
by the pupils. „
Mrs. 0. N. Strong, and daughters,
Buth und Nancy Leigh, visited Mr. und
Mra. F. a. Watkins, at Decatur, tills
We are glad to report llttlo Aiiun
Summers’ condition much improved tills
Hera's hoping that Tho Herald and
its renders will have a happy, prosperous
Court of Ordinary of said county for
lotlers of uilmlntstratlon on the estate
of Mrs. Snlllo Howell, deceased, all per
sons concerned are' required to show
cause 111 said Court by tho tlrst Mon
day In January next. If any they can,
why said application should not be
granted. This Dec. 5, 1821.
J. A. It. CAMP, Ordinary.
Twelve Months' Sun port.
The return of the appraisers sotting
apart twelve months' support to the
family of J. W. Summers, deceased,
having been (lied In my Office, all.
((Items from Colley-Lnmbort Company’s
Weekly Trado Bullotlii.) ,
Mr. Walker K. Love, of Burlington,
N. C., speut several days in Grailtville
Mrs. A. M. Fuller spout Monday with
■ her sister in Atlanta.
Mrs. Ida Sewell, of Alexander. City,
Ala., is the guest of Mrs. Willie Mno
Miss Blanche Lambert, who is teaching
at Yntesviilo, is at homo for the holidays,
Mrs. Carter Worley and little son,
Carter, jr„ of Elbortau, and Mrs. .Ins.
Adams nml llttlo daughter, Beth, ‘.of
"Tignnll, nre with Mrs,; T. A. Andrews
Miss Elizabeth Farley, of Columbus,
is the guest of Miss Love Fonder.
Mrs. Oscar Boss and little daughter,
• of Atlanta, wero guests of Mrs. Clydo
Mr. Jim Ponder is at home for the
, Mr. Sewell Dixon spout Christmas with
his parents wt Buford.
Mrs. W. W. Mnreliniit, of Orangeburg,
S. a, is the guest of her mother, Mrs.
J. T. White.
Miss Laura Brooks, of Columbus,
spent a -few. days this week with Miss
Miss Cordio Hopson, of Atlanta, and
Mr. Clifford Hopson, of Selma, Ala,,
were guests of their mother, Mrs. W. F.
Hopson, Inst! week.
Mrs. John Latimer entertained the col
lege girls at n dinner party Tuesday even
ing. Those present wore Misses Sara
and Leona Letson, Mnrtha and Lida
King, Mildred Andrews, Annie' Latimer,
Emiiy mid Mellie Zellurs, Blanche aud
Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Cline bad as
guests at a family dinner Sunday Mrs.
L. B. Cline, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Cline,
Miss Katharine Cline, Mr. ami Mrs.
•Jehu Market nml Miss Lillian Dye, of
Miss Clara Braseli spent Sunday and
Monday with Miss Barbara Arnold, in
Mrs. Marshall Braswell, of Atlanta,
Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Moses announce the
birth of a daughter on tho 16th inBt.
Oil Saturday. night last Mr. Paul Ar-
ball’s store was burglarized mill goods
to tho value of several hundred dollars
were stolon, the tlilovos effecting i^n eh
trnneo by breaking open tho roar door.
On the same night tho depot at Sharps-
burg was brokon into and. all the cash
in tho drawer taken. No clue has been
obtained ns yet that gives promise of
leading . to tho apprehension of tho
tlilovos. ■ ■
Mr. and Mrs. TIiob. Shell nro rejoicing
ovor the ndvont of a young son into their
Mr. A. A. Bees mid family, of New-
nen, and Mr. J. B. Shell were guests
Sunday of pel. and Mrs. R. W. Adam
son and Miss Bobie Roes.
The writer received quite a number of
presents and kind romombraneos from
friends during tho holidays, mul takes
this opportunity to thank them, one and
all. Theso friendly tokens choer. an old
mail’s lionrt more thnn ho can express
in words. On Sunday Inst we celebrated
our ninoty-fiftli Christinas. So far as
we know only two other men In the comi
ty nro ns old—Rev. W. J. Cotter, of
Newiian, nml Mr. Harrison Nixon, of
Haralson. Tho formor is Hourly 100, mid
tho latter 05. Those old citizens form an
Tho remains of Mrs. Wm. P. Smith
were laid to rest in the cemetery at
Coke’s Chapel one day last week. She
was a daughter of tho Into Judge Glonn
Wynn, mid at one time n near neighbor
of tho writer. Wo tendor to the ibe-'
relived velutivos our sincere sympathy.
.Mrs. E. L. Merrill wns delightfully
oiitmtiiinod by her daughter, Miss Dora
Morrill, with a surprise dinner party on
Thursday of last week. The sitting and
(lining 'rooms were artistically decorated
with holly' and foliage plants. In the
coutor of tho table was n handsome cake
bearing lighted tftpors in ealobvution of
M rs. Morrill’s birthday. CoVei's were
laid for Miss Nora Pago, Mrs.' Jimmie
Powell, Mrs. John Hunter, Mrs. B. M.
Drake, Dr. and Mrs. E, L, .Morrill,
An interesting social event of Inst
weok was the marriage of Miss Mary
Hunter, of Turin, nml Mr. Young Chest
nut, of White Oak, tho coremony taking
plneo at tlio. homo of the brldo’s pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C, Hunter; on
Thursdny afternoon, 22d inst., Rev. R.
S. Harris officiating. Immediately pre
ceding the. coremony Mrs. Wm. ffuntor
.sang “I Love,You,” accompanied by
Mrs. Bobt. Dominick. To tho strains of
“Mondolssohu’s Wedding March” tho
little ribbon-bearers, Janet Hunter aud
Will Christopher, entered. They were
followed by the bride and groom; who
Btood before an improvised ultar formed
of ferns and Southern smtlnx while the
minister performed ..the solemn rites
which cemented their lives for weal or
woo, Tho brldo wns attractively gown-
mi in a traveling spit of bluo, with ac
cessories to. match, and wore a corsage
of brido's roses. Aftertho ceremony
tho couple left for Atlanta on a Bhort
wedding trip, and upon returning will
be nt lmine to their friends nt White
Onk. ’ -
Mondny. , , , ... _
Several of our boys attended the Kp
worth League, at Madras, Sunday night,
Mr. a lid Mrs.. Ferrell, of Newnnn,
spent Tuesday with Mrs. Alvnu Hyde.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Brown and baby
spent Monday with relatives at ltieo.
The many Lone Oak friomls and rol-
ntivos of Mr, Marvin Sewell were shock
ed and griovod to hoar of his shdden
death hi Atlanta on Christmas Day. He
wns roared and Bpcnt. his early manhood
here, and held a warm place in tho henrts
of his friends. He belonged to one of
our oldest and best families, and we ex
tend our slncovo sympathy to the be
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Nall compliment
ed tho young folks with a party Friday
night. Needless to say, it wns much en
Mr. add Mrs. Early Johnson ontortnin-
ed informally Monday evening.
Miss Willio WoodB, Miss.Buby Pew-
ledge ami Mr. Norman Powledgo, of
Atlanta, spent the week-end with rela
tives hero, Mr. "Billy Powledge accom
panying thorn home Mondny. V
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Nall spent Sntnr-
day night nud Sunday with Mrs. Haynes,
Misses Lizzie Led and LaRue Wise,
students nt tile State Normal School,
Athens, are ppoiuliiig the holidays with
hoinefolks here .
MIhh Ruby Olvntt, who is attending
Young Harris College, is nt home for
a week or so.
Onpt. Henry, W. Lee, who Ih profnssiii'
of military training nt Clemson College,
S. C„ is spending the holidays with rela
tives here nml at LaGrangc.
. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Johnson, of
Shiloh, visited relatives here Monday.
Mr. nml Mrs. Ant Johnson,. Mr. and
Mrs. Howard Keith am) Mr. nml Mrs.
Wnlbire, of Atlanta,'spent the week-mid
•with Mr. mid; Mrs. Enrly. Johnson'.
Misses Sarn Lee and- Floveifq Gnlpen-
liev attended n Christinas celebration i(i
Fayette enmity, at the school',taught by
Prof. Will Speer.
Mr. H. ,L. Cnlnoiinnr nud family- at
tended the annual Christmas reunion nt
the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Culpep
per, in -Greeiiville, Sunday. '
The Christinas tree at the school-house
Friday nftornoou wbb laden with useful
presents for both old nml young, nml,
heedless to say, the occasion Was greatly
enjoyed. • '
While engaged in a friendly tussle
Tuesday Mr, Clifford Story foil und
hurt his left arm, causing pniuful
bruises. While cranking his car Thurs
day the refractory . machine back-fired
and kicked Mr. J. E. Wood, breaking
■throe of Ids fingers. These were the
only accidents reported during the holi
- Mr. and Mrs.' W. W. Robison and
sons, Fred and Lee, and Miss Alice In
gram, of Newnnn, spent Sunday with
Messrs. Henry Wood and Otis Houston
spent Sunday night with Mr. Odel Hous
ton and family, at Moreland,
Miss Mnncllo Wallace, who is teach
ing at Bethel, is spending the holidays
Boy and J. W. Sewell, of Happy Val
ley, are visiting their pncle, Mr. Aaron
Missos Mattie Pearl and (jussie-How
ard, of Sargent,, spent the week-end with
their sister, Mrs. Johnnie Johnson.
Misses Nell Austin and Mattie Sue
Bridges, our efficient t(inciters, nre spend
ing the. holidays with liomcfolks at Sari
persons concerned are cited; to show
cause by the first Monduy In January,
1922, why said application for twelve
Application For Leave to ,Se||
.1. H. Simms, executor of the
of John D. Simms, deceased, havlm,
applied to 'the Court of Ordinary or
said county for leave to sell lands or
said deceased, all persons concerned
are required to show cause In s ,,,h
Court by the first Monday In January
next, If any they can. why said aonii.
cation should not lie granted Tin-
Dec. «, 1281. J. A. R. CAMP,
The..party given by Mr. and Mrs.
Johnnie Johnson Saturday night was
g reatly enjoyed by the young people.
A writer tells how she undertook to
subjugate a country school that hod got
into a disorderly condition. She invited
tlie mothers to come to the school, and
discussed the situation with .them. It
wns suggested that’they form a mothers
club, -to meet at the school every two weeks.
They were to spend, some time at eneli
meeting listening to the children’s reci
tntions, and examining specimens of
their work. The result was that the cbil-
d,reh became anxious to make a good ap
penrnnee before the assembled mothers,
and began to work hard • to read better,
to spell more accurately, and to show up
the best looking papers. The tone of tlie
school was transformed.
_ - . u. 1 0 ■ ■■‘■■a'ao.l
“Mamma,’’ said five-year-old Archie
‘ come out on the lawn and piny foot-
bull with me. ” ■
‘I can’t piny football.”
' “Huh!” exclnimeij the little fellow,
•“that’s w(iat coim>B of having a woman
for a mother.V. i
The holiday season is being pleasantly
spent by,the people of our community.
Tho ninny friends of Mr. Thos. A, Me-
Koy, of Camp Jackson, S.C., will be sur
prised to. hear Of his recent marriage
to Miss Nearly, of Columbia. ex
Mrs. Lula Summers is spending Christ
inas with Mr. niid Mrs. L. W. Bowers,
jr., at White Oak.
Rov. and Mrs. F. J: Amis entertained
at dinnor on Thursday of last • week,
Among the guosts were four generations
—Bov. F. J. Amis, Mr. C. M. Amis and
Mr. Tom Amis and baby.
Our school closed Friday ' for. a two'
weeks’ vacation, and the teachers are
spending the holidays at their respec
tive homes.. School will resume on Jan.
2, On Friday each - teacher entertained
in her room; Miss Copeland' had a
Christmas tree, together with appropri
ate oxorcisos. Miss Jolly„ served re
freshments, consisting of. fruits, and.
Miss Hnrville ontortained the. high
The ensieBt wray. to become flu object
of suspicion is 'to go to a small town
where you nre unknown and attend
strictly .Ho your onto, business.
666 is a prescription for Colds, Fe
ver and LaGrippe. It’s the most speedy
remedy we know.
, Letters of A4mi«lntratlon.
SEJmmett Sowell having applied to the
Rescue came over Thursday afternoon
and pluyod basketball against Happy
Valley. Happy Valley mndo tho Rosuoo
champions ashamed of themselves, and
they'went back with long faces. Happy
Valley can’t be bent at anything.
Miss Mario Brimer gave a party Mon
day night, which was greatly enjoyed by
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mitchell, of Now-
mill, spent Saturday nightwith Mr. mul
Mrs. .1. W. Sprayberry.
Misses Lillie Maude, Emma Kate and
Mattie Lou Lambert, of Dodson, spent
Monday night with Misses Annie Lou
mid Ora Dukes.
Mr. and Mrs. Olinrlie Turner mid chil
dren, of Surgont, are spending n few
days witli relatives here.
Messrs. Thomns and Joe Brant. Lang,
of Atlanta, spout Suday mid Monday
with homefolks here.
Mr. mul Mrs. Bobt. Moore, of Locust.
Grove, and Mr. Ernest Moore, of Chatta
nooga, are spending tlie holidays with
their parents. Mr. mul Mrs. W. .1
Mr. and -Mrs. Bob Ferrell and children
spent tlip week-end with relatives in
Mr. nml Mrs. Glenn Sewoll and son
spent tho week-end with Mr, Dave-Sowell
nml family, in Atlanta.
Mr. mid Mrs.- S. G. Dukes and chil
dren, of Dodson, spoilt Monday - witli Mr
and Mrs. W. P. Dukes.
Misses Sarah Starr, Ruth Starr, Pearl
Smith, Buth Tarleton, Hattie Mae Lang,
and Mr, Tommie Lnug spent Monday
with Miss Georgia Starr, at Roscoe.
Misses Mary Sprayberry and Erma
Lou Brimer were dinner guests Sunday
of Miss Venn Redwine, near Rico.
Mrs. OGs Tnrloton and daughter,
Frances, of Atlanta, are spending the hol
idays with homefolks here.
Mr. mid Mrs. Clarence Sewell spent-
the week-end with the latter’s -parent
The firm of FULLER BROS, has been
dissolved by mutual consent, and the business
formerly conducted by them will be carried on
by A. L. Fuller.
It has been a pleasure to serve you the
best we could in' the past year, and we thank
you for the business we have enjoyed. We ask
for your patronage in 1922, on the basis of
goed merchandise, fair prices, quick service and
With Be* Wishes for 1922
A. L. FULLER
Always the best ualue in automobiles for the money
NOW BETTER THAN EVER!
Four-34 2-passenger Roadster.. $1045
Four-35 5-passeriger Touring. 1090
Four-36 Coupe -1—_ —. 1465
Four-37 5-passenger Sedan........... 1570
Six-44 Roadster... .i._ 1540
, Six-45 5-passenger Touring'..1570
Six-46 3-passenger Coupe.2085
Six-47 5-passenger Sedan. 2375
Six-48 4-passenger Coupe .1 —2280
Six-49 7-passenger Touring. 1 1770
Six-50 7-passenger Sedan .......... 2595
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Notice ot OlacharEe In Bankruptcy.
In the District Court of the United,
States, fbr the Northern District
No. 7578. In Bankruptcy:
In re Grover C. Moore, Bankrupt;
■ 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. I
petition be had on'January 21. 1922, at
ten o’clock a. m. at the united States
District Court-room, In .the city of-At-
lanta, Georgia, notice is- hereby givieh' I
to -all creditors and other persons In
Interest to appear at said time and
place and show cause, If my they have,
why the prayer ,ot the bankrupt tor
discharge should not be granted.
O. C. PULLER. Clerk.
ciation for the custom
we have enjoyed in
1921, and with a firm
resolye to continue to
merit your trade by the
exercise of every ef
fort to make your
business relations with
us eminently satisfac
tory from every stand
point, we wish to each
, * ' ■ i . ■ ■ •
and all of our friends
and patron's, a —
f O JACKSON ST.