THE NEWNAN HERALD, NEWNAN, GA., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1021.
Mrs. Mike Powoll onteitainoil with u
masquerade party at the Country OIUli
on Friday evening last. All the guests
wore character, costumes, ami for the
best ones prizes were given Mrs, .1. T,
Kirby and Mr. Bryan Blackburn.
Those best masked were Mrs. Loyd
Brndfield, of LaGrauge, Mrs. Tom Fisher,
Mr. J. T. Kirby, and Mr. Itussell Welkin-
sen. Dr. W. G.'Lee, of Macon, and Mr.
Jnek Powell wore awarded prizes in an
other contest. Those who assisted in. en
tertaining wore Mrs. Annie F. Orr, Mrs.
R. 0. Jones, Mrs. jW. G. Post and Miss
Nelie l.ob Walton. The club rooms were
beautifully decorated with Christinas
bolls, holly and ferns. In front of the
mantel was a large Christmas tree, with
lighted candles and a gift for each guest.
About fifty couples were invited,
Little Billy Smith, of 1)4 Jackson
street, called twelve of his young ploy-
mntes to come over to his liouso Saturday
afternoon.- To thoir surprise ho had in-
Vited Santa Claus, too. After several
games Santa invited them into an ad
joining room, and from a bcnutlfvU
Christmas treo presented onch with u
Christmas remembrance. He then served
fruits and cundios from the pack on his
back. Those invited were Kate Hardy,
Sara .lane Holbrook, Ethel Stnllings,
Mhry Lillian Camp, Mary Willie Bowen,
Lula Tgruer, Roy' Power, Robt. Hol
brook, .Ins. Stripling; T. G. Hamilton,
01ms. Farmer, Fleet Hardy.
—To our friends^, and' customers, (and we
hope all our customers are our friends, and
that all our friends will be our customers,) we
give thinks for their patronage in 1921, and
hope that 1922 will bring them happiness
and permanent prosperity, assuring them
that we will continue to give that personal,
individual attention to their needs that
makes it pleasant to have their appreciated
J R. PARKER
5 SPRING ST.—-PHONE 43
Wishes all his friends and cus
tomers a happy New Year, and
thanks them for their patron
age in 1921, hoping for its con
tinuance, with the assurance
that it will always be the policy
of his business To-make every
transaction worth while to the
On the job in 1921-
Still More so in 1922
Appreciating your busi
ness always; asking,
for more of it:
We Thank You
Miss Augusta Maim entertained at [meeting with Mrs. H. C. Flslmr ; leader,
rook Wednesday afternoon for Mrs. Miss Corinno Sltnrll.
Bradley Davis, of West Columbtn, Tost., Circle" No. If—Attendance, 0; next
the guest of Mrs. T., B, Davis. The meeting with Mrs. Ed Owens; leader,
homo was prettily decorated with the Mrs. Kate Hardy.
Christmas colors—red and green. After I Circle No. 10—Attendance, 0; next
the .game a delicious salad course was meeting with Mrs. R. W. Jackson;'leader,
served. The guests included Mrs. TUob. Mrs. Jim t’iko.
A. Avcirn, of Rocky Mount, N. C„ Mrs. Circle No. 11—Attendance, 10; next
Wm. Banks and Mrs. Stowart Colley, of meeting with Mrs. .T. R. King;'lender,
Grnntville, Mrs. J. R. King, Mrs. KogorIMr^ H. C. Glover
Bryant, M rs. Sam Cook, Mrs. J ns. Trap- Circle No. 12—Attendance, 28; next-
nell, Mrs., Myron Farmer, Mrs. Robt. mooting with Mrs. J. K. Lewis; loader,
Marini Mrs. J im Fnrmor, Miss Francos Mrs. Evans.
Arnold and Miss Ethel Arnold. | Circle No, 111—Attendance, 22; next
meeting with Mrs, J, C. Ozmoro; lender,
Miss Atlmgciie Kersey was the cluiriii-1 Mrs. W. (1. Ozmoro.
ing hostess for her Sunday-school class, Circle.No. U—Attendance, :t; next
.the 11 Willing Workers,” at n Christmas meeting at the jail; leader to be appoint-
tree party Monday evening at liof homo od from Circle No, 111.,
on Robinson street: Games wero played, Circle No. 15—Attendance, !); next
and then the tree was called on to givo mooting with Miss Jennie Cates; leader,
up its present/!, end) young. Indy roeeiv- Mrs. Roswell Atkinson.- ,
ing a gift friiii tho teacher, while the Circle No. 10—No report; next moot-,
elnss mode mi appropriate gift to her. lag with Mrs. Reckmmi; lender, Mrs.
A delightful evening was spent, and E 0. Reese. %
everyone .thoroughly enjoyed the occasion. Union service of the "Woman's Prayer
• - ■ . Circle Sunday uftornoon lit J o’clock, in
Mrs. Wolhom Davis ontortalnad with the Methodist, elmrcli. All members arc
a Christians tree Saturday afternoon for urgently requested to nttem).
her little danghtor, Mary Powoll, and
for Col. nmi Mrs. Orman Powell’s two A TRIBUTE TO RACHEL MASON,
children. Others invited were Mrs. O. Measured by Christ’s standard, "He
W. PnBsnvnat, Billy Pnssnvant, Mario that would be. greatest among you, lot
Nolan, Miss Aanlo Powoll, Mrs. Lynch Iiiim serve," site was great beyond our
Turner and young danghtor, Lula, Mrs. I understanding.
Robt. Mnriii and little danghtor, Bessie. Day in and day out, slm was a servant
Toys were given the children, and hot nearly, nil of her inoro titan seventy years,
chocolate niul cake wore served. | faithful; cheorful, efficient. How many
hundreds of visitors at. the W. A. Bran-
An onjoynblo affair of tho wook was I noil’s have epjoyed the food lior skill
a six o ’dock dlijfior given Tuosday by glorificil; and, as j ‘ Mammy ’ ’ aim was
Miss Boyce Rowland, covers being laid endlessly kind and patient witli the dill
for. six. A silver plateau, on. which rest- droll. Homes were liora for the taking,
od a put-glass bnskot filled with roses, but she chose to spend hor last yours lit
formed tho central docoratlon of tho tlie County Farm, whore she was comJ
table. The guests were Misses Gladys fortnblo and happy. '
and Evelyn ^tooro of Roseoo, Mrs. J. E. Rnehcl Mason was. a philanthropist.
Travis of Chattanooga, Messrs. Verliri She took into her homo an orphan boy
Reid,- L. B. Millions nmi Hardy Johnson, and brought him up t.o a .useful jimnliood
. —ono wlio had no claim of kiusmji, So
Col. mid Mrs. Orman Powell and ehil- far as I may bestow titles, I prefix the,
dron of Corpus Cliristi, Texas, Miss beautiful word "pleasant’' t ‘ to her
Lutlo Powoll nmi Mr. Billy Powoll of name. Pleasant Mnson she wns (delays,
Atlanta, and Mr. Steve Powell of Flor- for the thirty or more years I had kiiowri 5 !
idn, nro spending the holidays with Mi-s. her; never too sick, never too tirod, to
Stovo Powoll. answer in a plensant voice when spoken
—t— I to; nnd to look at. you with a srnilo.
Mr. and Mrs. Lum Swlnt of Macon, I Could ariy tribute be too groat for such
Mrs. Rebecca Carson of Atlanta, and a. person f
Mr. Tom Lumpkin of Bnrnesvillo, spoilt This "faithful, good, useful Christian
several days Witli Mrs. Jane Swpit this nogro woman who passed into tho other
week. life Dee. £1, lived a life in this county
' —-— , for upward of sevonty yenrs tlmt in its
Mrs. L. R .MjlUnns' had as dinner excellence and usefulness niul beauty whb
guests Wednesday Mrs. J. Ei.Travis, of an oxnmpln fit for nil to follow.
Chattanooga, Miss Boyco Rowland, Miss Lily Reynolds*.
Gladys Moore and Mrs. J. B. Moore. Moreland, Go., Deo. 20," 1021. ,
Rub-My-Tism, nn antiseptic and pain
killer; for infected sores, tetter, sprains,
Notice lo Debtors nmi Creditors.
All aroiHtnt-s of tho ostnto of E. E.
Wltldom. late of Oowota county. (In.,
doooasort, nro hereby notified to rondor
In thoir donninds to tho undersigned
iiooortllng to law; and all persons In
debted to Bald estate are required to
mako ImmedlAto payment to the un
dersigned. This Dec. 22. 1921.
J, IN CURBTON, Ailmn'r.
Notice to Debtors nnd Creditors.
-A 11 creditors of tho estate of John D..
Rimma, late of Coweta bounty, Ga,. de-
ooaHod, are hereby notified to render
In their domnndn to the undersigned',
nc.cnrdlng to law; and all persons In
debted to said estate are required 'to-
make Immodlato payment to tho un-'
doi'signed. Tills Nov. 2B. 11121.
.1. H. IUM.MS, Exeoutor.
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. J. Davis, of At-1 ' WHEN HEARTS ARE TRUMPS,
lantn, ami Congrossmun Hatton . Sum-1 If you'hnvo no child of yotir own,-you
liers, _of Dallas, , SRO'd. Monday | lnUB (. borrow or beg ono for Christmas
ove; for it. is the time whoa the worl(l
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Arnold mid MImI’M* happiness with . a ahild"s .iav,
Lyda Arnold, of Royston, aro guests of | J)"^ 8 f n r ,'„:' aaies VtulC0 ’ tbo Hindis
Mr, and Mrs. T. G, Farmer, jr, ' "
Mrs. Ella Brown.
and State Jouriml.
Only ii child may have tho right of way
oil Christmas eVo. If you do not stand
in with the children, you must stand
It is the hour when the world mnkos
a cradle its shrine; when not only .wiso
men from the East, hut grown-tlps .from
all points, of the compass slip down over
the hills of memory toward childhood’s
dawn, sayiitg under thoir breath: "We.
have scon His star in the East and nr'
come to worship Him.
What a wonderful tiling is this yearn
ing of the old-world for the happiness of
children - that elimaxeH at Christmas?
Tho better side of Inunnn nature comes
t<x tho front. Wo throw off our cynicism,
Meanness is shamed into generosity, and
for a little while on Christmas ove tho
Mrs. J, E. Travis, of Chattanooga, is I ^8 ht '™(ls pf ear ( th liave^i look-in oil ppr-
spending the liolidays with lier parents, |a 80-
Tho young men members of tho Country
Clrib will entertain with a dance Thurs
day evening in honor of tho visiting
Miss Louise Hutehoson, of Decatur, is
speeding a few dayB with her mints, |
Misses Mary Lou and Julia Harris.
MrJ Cliff Turner, of Now Orloans, was
tho guest of his' mother, Mrs. J oo Tur-, I
ner, for several days this week.
Miss Vilda. Smith, of Detroit, Mich., I
is tho guest, of Mrs. T. B. Davis, and I
will spend sevfiral days liore. 1
Mr. and Mrs. E. j; Kite.
Mr. E. J. Merck, of Covington; and
Mr. Chaa.-.Morck, of Atlanta, aro guests
of Mrs. C; A. Merck.
Dr. nnd Mrs. Bradley Davis', of West
Columbia,! Texas, nro with Dr. and Mrs.
T. B. Davis this ,wcek.
Miss Marie Taylor, of Atlanta, spent
the week-end with! her parents, Mr. and |
Mrs. L. F. Taylor.
" Mr. and Mrs. Henry Israel and baby
are visiting relatives in Boritli Georgia,
MIbs Annie Davis, of Atlanta, was the
guest this week of Mrs. Welborn Davis.
Mrs. Roy Cole has returned from
mpnth's Btny at St. Petersburg, Fla..
Mr. P. M. Martin is visiting friends
at Andalusia, Ala., this week.
: Mrs. Quin, of Macon, is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. H. H. Murray.
C. . , ■' .f » . T
Was there ever a sweeter cagornoss, a
holier joy, a more heavenly anticipation,
than that which all through the lihuso is
felt on Christmas eve? Everyone is
thinking of making somebody happy,
Tho delicious soeretivenoss of it inten
sifies tho thrill. Care Is forgotten. Ex
pectation is ringing the bells. Pence is
over all the world. And the lioto is a
Thank God for children I "Of such
is the kijigdom of heaven. ’ ’ It is a sin
to disappoint a child. Thou it must
please God when we make tho children-
Miss Pirik Starr, who is teaching in happy,
tlie public' schools at Greer, S. C., is If there is no child in your home may-
spending the holidays with her mother, .bo thero is one,on your doorstep, wait-
Mrs. 0. M. Starr. | ing for yOn to bo its saint on Christmas
Cve. There are certainly some there in the
Mr. C. Howard Candlor. and son, of street. They are looking at tho toys in
Atlanta, wore guests of -Mg. Geo. J. Mur- tho wiridow with wistful faces, and won-
tin Thursday. doring what the lover of children will
... .. .. - bring them. It is your time to nlav.
Miss Mary Nall is spending a few (u , d hearts are trumps!
days m Greenville, the guest of Miss | What a tragedy if a single child .in
your town should have Christmas eomo
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Mann and children | a "^ , B ° w ‘ t * l0u - t an ecstaey 1
are visiting relatives in Elberton this I 0
week. CHRISTMAS DOES NOT STAND
' < • ALONE.
Rev Dr. Dadd M. Steele.
If Christmas stood alone it would be uri
idle mockory. But it does not stand
alone. It is part of a. year. It is tlmt
brief jieriod in which .the child rules tho
It marks nowadays the culmination of
a Civilization which has had a leading
principle Tho selfish, the hard, the
grasping and tho unsparing are out and,
apart that one week from the great
flowing tide of the development of the
world’s progress. Tlie man or woman
who does not know this, or see it, or feel
Mrs. T. J. Williams visited relatives ** alien to the Christmas spirit, and
Atlanta this week. . | to all the products wrought, by tho Christ
spirit in the twpntv centuries last past.
WOMAN’S PRAYER CIRCLE.
Tlie attendance at different meetings aloud a prophecy. The message is that
Wednesday .morning, together'witli meet-1 gentleness is stronger far than force nnd
ing places appointed for next Wcdnes- j that tho geatest power on earth is the
day, gre given below— compelling power of tenderness.
Circle No, l—Attendance, 33; next Every Christmas treo is lit with that
meeting with Mrs. Puttie Drake; lead- light. The great flood of presents bears
er, Mrs. C. C. Owens. > this ns its message. The cheer and char-
Circie No. 2-,-Attemlance, 16; next ity of the whole season are fed by this
meeting with Mrs. Emmett Thornton; love.
leader, Mrs- Geo. Meyer, t If the result of this process in only a
Circle No. 3—Attendance 9; next century tlower, however, or one that
meeting with Mrs. L. S. Reese; leader, I blooms, even only once a year, then of
Mrs. Reese. what nee is this more than that, this
Circle No. 4—Attendance, 13; next grotesque fqet than that stranger plant i,
meeting with Mrs. T. J. Fisher; leader, It is a curious phenomenon only, n hot-
Mrs, Bam Hill. I house spectacle ami not an 'abiding food
Circle No. 5—Attendance, 7; next | product,
meeting with Mrs. Jack Powell; leader.
Miss' N. L. Walton.
Circle No. 6—Attendance, 27; next
meeting with Mrs.' J. R, Cox; leader,
M CTrdo R Na 0l 7—No report; next moot-1 wiU break a Co,a > Fever and Grippe
ing with Mrs, Gug Bpratling;. leader, quicker than anything we know, pro-
Every business will need Account
Books to strart the year, and we in
vite your attention to our line, the
most complete in Newnan, consisting
of cash books, ledgers, either single or
double entry, (of all sizes) day books,
journals, memo books, etc. You will
find prices more reasonable than you
Better look over your office sup
plies, and stock up from our store.
We l\ave it.
We hope all our friends will have
a happy and prosperous New Year.
—On and after January 1,1922, we
will conduct our business on a Cash
Basis. This change has been made
imperative by conditions with which
you are all familiar.
—We sincerely appreciate the pat
ronage we have enjoyed, not only
in 1921, but in all the years since
our business has been established.
Under the cash system we will make
every effort to merit a continuance
of that patronage, 6y continuing, to
sell only merchandise of the best
quality, at prices as reasonable as
can be made.
—It has always been our pride to
sell goods we believed in—goods we
knew would bring satisfaction to the
purchaser as long as they had them.
We will continue to sell such goods,
and we want you to feel that you
are not only getting good merchan
dise, but also good values.
—To each and all we extend hear
tiest wishes for a happy and pros-
‘ perou*> New Year.