Governor Wellborn, of Atlanta Fed
eral Reserve Bank, Says Banks Are
Prosperous—All Lines Active.
Atlanta, Ga., April 14.—General
business conditions in the sixth fed
eral reserve district, which includes
the states of Georgia, Alabama and
Florida, as well as portions of Ten
nessee, Mississippi and Louisiana, are
on a basis that is fundamentally
sound, according to Hon. M. B. Well
born, governor of the Federal Re
serve Bank of Atlanta.
Governor Wellborn says that the
sharp lesson taught by the inflation
of 1920-1921 has not been forgotten
and has tended to promote caution
“The banks in this district are
strong and prosperous and conditions
fairly good with the exception of a
few exceptions where crop failures
have been experienced for the past
two or three years,” said Governor
“Manufacturing plans are receiving
orders in sufficient abundance to keep
them operating on full time, notably
the steel industries around Birming
ham, the iron pipe products at An
niston, Alabama, and the numerous
cotton mills of Alabama ar.d Geor
Governor Wellborn called particular
attention to the fact that there is a
distinct movement of eastern textile
interests toward the south, where cli
matic advantages and ample labor
insure good results.
Lumber Production Increased.
Lumber production, said Mr. Well
born, has also shown an increase
and the volume of business placed
with the lumber mills during the past
month h»s bean highly satisfactory,
resulting in a strengthening of prices.
“Reporting wholesale and retail
firms indicate a steady volume of
business,” continued Mr. Wellborn.
“Building permit® issued in the prin
cipal cities of this district show a
notable increase over last year, while
employment conditions continue sat
He declared that the agricultural
situation is, as a whole, encouraging.
Weevil Fight Systematized.
“There are indications of a more
systematic and determined fight
against the boll weevil and there will
probably be a larger cotton produc
tion in 1924 than was the case last
year, although the growing tendency
toward the long preached doctrine of
crop diversification has made such
headway that a bumper cotton crop
is unlikely,” said Governor Wellborn.
“Restricted acreage, intensive cultiva
tion, and the general use of calcium
arsenate and other insect poisons of
proven value will do much to improve
the condition of the coming crop.”
Suwanee, Ga., April 14, 1924.— —
Many of the school children who
have been out of ‘■chool because of
the measles are now back.
Mr. Z. B. Dillard has gone to Dil
lard, Ga., to attend the funeral of
his brother-in-law, Mr. Brown.
Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Buice are
spending a few days with their son,
Mr. Will Buice, of Flowery Branch.
Mrs. Viola Moore, of Atlanta, is
spending this week end with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Ben
Mr. H. E. Wright, Mrs. F. F. Dow
is, Misses Phoenie Stonecypher and
Loy Whitlock attended the Sunday
school convention at La Grange,
Ga., last week.
Our B. Y. P. U. and prayer meet
ing, also our Epworth League is pro
gressing nicely. Everybody is invited
Lawrenceville, Ga., R. 5, April 15.
Mr and Mrs. James Watts of Hol
lingworth, visited Mr. and Mrs. J. L.
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Moore, of
Webbville, visited their daughter
here Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs T. C. Yearwood, of
Lawrenceville, spent Sunday after
noon -with Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Mar
Mr. B. T. Cain made a business
trip, to Cornelia one day last week.
Mr and Mrs. Bob Moon, of Oak
land, were visitors in our corner re
Mr. B. T. Cain motored to Chat
Mr. and Mrs. Alton King spent
Saturday night and Sunday with the
latter’s parents, of Lawrenceville,
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gower.
SiLND US YOUR JOB WORK.
Dr. A. H. W T ingo, Ocala, Fla., is
visiting relatives and friends here
while Ivy, just out of training at
Orlando, Fla., is entertaining Eddie
Roueh and Adolph Luque, all of the
Dr O. O. and B. Frank Simpson,
W. H. Maxwell, Mike Marooney, J.
E. McElroy, W. J. Carlyle, Frank
and Willie Robertson, Jasper Kelley,
Doc Wright, Dr. and Mrs. M. C.
Duncan, Mr. and Mrs Pascal Boyce,
attended the Patterson funeral Sun
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred M. Turner,
of 30 Brookline avenue, motored to
Norcross Sunday afternoon, and
were entertained by Mr. and Mrs. J.
E. McElroy. Mrs. Turner and Mrs.
McElroy are known in Eastern Star
parlance as grand conductress and
associate grand conductress, res
pectively, O. E. S. of Georgia.—
Sunday’s Atlanta Journal.
Attention, County Commissioners!
Peachtree road from DeKalb coun
ty line north needs scraping. You
were so nice to us last summer we
just hate to mention it but a little
scrapnig now just simply saves the
road so get busy and save five miles
of the that-is-to-be-Peachtreo-High
way from going to the bad. Do this
and DeKalb will spur up and finish
on to Doraville. They were stopped
by bad weather last year. One of the
county’s caterpillars and a pair of
scrapes would fix it in a day or two.
Let’s do it now before the road gets
Lawrenceville, R. 3, April 14.
Miss Alma Dutton and sister attend
ed Sunday school Mt. Zion Sun
Mr. Reuben Dutton was the din
ner guest of home folk Sunday.
Mr. Hugh Mercier spent Sunday
with Homer Craig and brotjaer, Har
MRS. J. P. COLLINS.
Mrs. Jane Collins, the wife of Mr.
J. P. Collins, died last Wednesday,
and her remains were interred at
Mrs. Collins had been twice mar
ried and had reached the adanced
age of eighty-seven. She is survived
by her husband and the following
children: Scott and Washington
Davis and Mrs. Frasier, of Forsyth
Lilburn, Ga., R. 1, April 14.
Corinth singing class is going to
Grayson Frist Baptist church third
Sunday afternoon. Come and help
Miss Juanita Julian has the meas
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Carty were
visiting in Walton county Sunday.
Little Daniel and Dorsey Fergu
son, of Stone Mountain, spent a
few days with their grandfather, Mr
W\ M. Whaley last'week.
They have carried Mr. E. E. Nor
ton to Lithonia to the hospital. He
The Sunday school at this place
is progressing nicely under the man
agement of Mr. Clyde Waters as
superintendent-and Mr. Carl Knight
Prayer meeting will start at this
place the third Sunday night. Every
Misses Corinne and Marie Sexton,
of Atlanta, were the weekend guests
of their mother.
Misses Jewel Gouge and Marie
Lanford attending school at Gray
son, spent the week end with their
Miss Myra Dean Jones spent the
day with Miss Ethel Davis Sunday.
After a short illness at home Mr.
Guy Gouge has returned to Atlan
ta to take up his job.
Miss Susie Kate Maxey, of Snell
ville, spent the week end with Miss
es Pauline and Ella Sue Minor.
Mr. H. Jones, of East Point, Ga.,
spent a while Saturday night with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. S.
Mrs. H. M. Wells spent Monday
with Mrs Laura Jones.
Mr. and Mrs. Kip Ferguson were
the visitors of Mr. and Mrs. W. M.
Mr. W. A. Waters was run over
by an automobile Sunday morning.
He is bruised pretty badly.
Mr. Grady Waters and family
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W.
Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Ferguson and
Miss Claude Johnson, of Atlanta,
spent a while Saturday morning
with Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Jones.
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Garner
spent Sunday, near Bethany.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Garner went
abroad last Sunday.
Mrs. Mollie Davis went to Atlanta
\ last Saturday.
LAWRENCEVILLE, GEORGIA, THURSDAY, APRIL 11924.
MR. MILLER WAS
Duluth, Ga., April 15, 192 4.—Mr.
Henry H. Miller died at Norcross
April 12, 1924, leaving his widow
and one daughter, Mrs. Henry L.
Strickland, of Duluth. He had been
in failing health for some time and
his death was not unexpected. He
was a member of the Duluth Pres
Until 1917 he operated a large
dairy farm at Duluth and demon
strated in many ways that north
Georgia cannot be excelled in live
stock and dairying AVhen his health
failed and he had to retire from the
farm it carried the largest and most
productive herd of Jersey cows in
the state, not bought at fancy prices
but developed by careful breeding
and selection alone. He grew the
first alfalfa successfully in this sec
tion, and his pastures were the pride
of the farm.
Many visitors from all over the
country came see this farm and
manjl agricultural papers carried
accounts of the work and view’s of
growing crops. The Miller’s love of
kept open house to their hospitality
was as fine and genuine as the
Mr. Miller’s love for the farm
came as a heritage. Himself born
on the farm in Tennessee, where his
ancestors bred fine horses and help
ed to shape the destinies of the state,
farming came natural. A great
grandfather, Gen. Jos. Miller, of the
American Revolution, was the first
to introduce blue-grass into Ten
nessee and with that has meant to
the state can not be estimated. What
Mr. Miller’s work here has meant
to the section does not yetshow, un
less it be in the milk cows, many
of which are offsprings of the
Miller herd. Doubtless, for many
years, at last, the children can thank
him far the pure rich milk that Bos
Thus ends the career of one am
ong us, but the bigness of his mind
and heart will live on and on.
Norcross, Ga., R. 2, April 12.
Miss Lola Ray, who has been spend
ing some time with her mother, Mrs.
W. M. Ray, has returned to her
home in Decatur.
Mrs. Althea Hunter, of Atlanta,
spent Sunday and MoYiday with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Corley.
Mr and Mrs. R. M. Dempsey and
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ross and child
ren spent last Sunday with the for
mer’s son, Mr. Homer Dempsey, of
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Gardner
and children, of Decatur, were Sun
day visitors here.
Mr. Arthur Young, who works for
the Georgia Railway and Power Co.,
has been at home this week indis-,
posed. » v/,
Mr and Mrs. J. C. Green, J't;,
spent Saturday in Atlanta.
Miss Azzie Hutchins spent last
week end with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. B. Hutchins, of near Gray
Mrs. G. H. Burns and daughter,
Miss Mary Lou, spent last Monday
with Mrs. Forest Smith, of Pink
Mrs. Annie Robinson has resumed
her position in Atlanta after being
at home for awhile.
Buford, Ga., R. 1, April 10.—
Rev. A. D. Canup, of Gainesville,
delivered an interesting • sermon at
this place Sunday night.
Miss Gertrude Hays was the week
end guest of Miss Phenie Stonecy
pher, of Suwanee.
Mrs. H. T. Peppers is on the sick
Mrs. G. N. Roberts had the mis
fortune to lose a fine mule Tues
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Braziel spent
Sunday at the bedside of Mr. Jor
dan, of Buford.
Mr. William Hamby, of Atlanta,
was buried at this place Friday. Mr.
Hamby was one of the oldest of our
community being 88 years of age at
his death. He is survived by several
Mr. T. A. Colbns is preparing to
move to Atlanta soon.
Miss Elizabeth Little, of Su
wanee, and Misses Irma Roberts
and Sarah Burell, of Buford, were
visitors to our Sunday school Sun
Mr. and E. C. Hays have
spent the most of the week at the
bedside of Mr. H. E. Hays, of Bu
School will close at this place Fri
D >n’t forget that we have Sun
day school at this plact every Sun
day afternoon at 2:30. Come and be
The ninth district Georgia Federa
tion of Women’s Clubss will convene
in Lawrenceville May 27 and 28.
This date was decided at the recent
annual executive board meeting in
Gainesville. These meetings are held
annually at the Princeton hotel, but
this year the members found a pleas
ant surprise aw’aiting their arrival.
The clerk told each one that Mrs. J.
H. Downey, a former president of
the ninth district, was expecting her
at her home for lunch. This was
gladly accepted and the meeting was
held in the living room of the gra
cious hostess, the session opening at
11 o’clock and closing at 4 o’clock.
Plans for meeting at Lawrenceville
w'ere discussed extensively and form
ed. Several features different from
any that had ever known to be car
ried out by a district were planned.
The complete program which
promises to be the most unique will
be published on the club page at an
Miss Lurline Collier, of Jefferson,
resigned as chairman of department
of Americanizatio#, because of her
duties at the University of Georgia.
Mrs. A. L. De Laperriere, of Hosch
ton was appointed. Mrs. C. L. An
derson, of Toccoa, was appointed
chairman of jail inspection.
Following are the committees ap
pointed: Resolutions, Mrs. C. A.
Mize, Commerce; Mrs. J. T. Walden,
Winder; Mrs. O. A. Nix, Lawrence
ville; Mrs. J. E. Johnston, of Can
ton. Credentials, Mrs. G. K. Bag
well and Mrs. D. M. Snelson, Miss
Edna McKelvey. Nominations, Mrs.
Hiram Flannigan, of Winder; Mrs.
Royce Brazelton, of Brazelton; Mrs.
D. L. Thomas, of Lula; Mrs. H. W.
Meaders, of Toccoa. Time and place
Mrs. Jeff Davis, Toccoa; Mjss Lur
line Collier, Jefferson; Mrs. Herbert
Brown, of Martin,
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY—
Gladys Walton in Booth Tarking
ton’s “The Flirt,” and a Felix com
edy. Admission 10 and 20c.
SATURDAY “Devil’s Gorge”
and Harold Lloyd in a comedy. Ad
The Snellville Grammar School
Commencement will be given Friday
and Saturday nights, April 13 and
The first, second and third grades
will entertain Friday night. The
fourth, fifth and sixth grade pro
gram will be given Saturday night.
The public is cordially invited.
FIRST BAPTIST CHUT ID.
April 20, 1924
Sunday school, 10:30 a. m.
Morning services, 11:30 a. m.
Subject: “The Risen Christ.”
B. Y. P. U.’s 7:30 p. m.
Evening services 8:30 p m.
Subject: “He That Overcometh.”
W. M. S. Bible Study Hour Mon
day 5:00 p. m. Lesson Matthew 8,
Wednesday evening prayer meet
ing. Subject: “What Baptists Be
Sunday, April 13th, on the Na
tional Highway between Tucker and
a few miles east of Lawrenceville,
one suitcase filled with woman’s
wearnig apparel. Reward. Notify
J. C. CARTLEDGE,
P. O. Box 178, College Park.
WILLIAMS IMPROVED COT
TON SEED FOR SALE
I have a limited supply of my im
proved cotto-n seed for sale at $1.50
per bushel f. o. b. Snellville. With
these seed I made 1600 pounds per
acre planting on the twenty-third of
May last year, using poison twice
and gathered the cotton October
SIDNEY C. WILLIAMS,
a 24 Lawrenceville, Route 3.
TAX RECEIVER’S NOTICE.
I wil be In my office at the court
house every day except Saturday
and Monday, April 26th and 28th,
on which days I will be at Buford
Saturday April 26th, and will be at
Cheek’s store at 8 o’clock, April 28,
Bennett’s store, 9 o’clock, April 28,
R. L. Johnson’s store, 10 o’clock
April 28, Rosebud 11 o’clock, April
28th, Caleb 11 o’clock, April 28th.
This will be eastern time.
MARSHALL H. TEAGUE.
Atlanta, Ga.—J. E. Conwell, pres
ident of the Georgia Cotton Grow
ers’ Cooperative association, Tues
day was reelected for 1924 at the
annual meeting held here. Mr. Con
well has headed the organization
since it was incorporated in 1922
and was re-named without any op
position. W. A. Reeves, of La-
Grange, and W. T McArthur, Sr.,
of McGregor, were reelected vice
presidents 'of the association, and
Claude Eubank, of Eastman, was
again named secretary.
The executive committee consists
of the president, the two vice presi
dents and two elective members, and
to fill these two places the board se
lected A. K. Snead, of Carrollton,
and A. M. Wilkins, of Comer.
Directors named C. R. Ware, of
Lawrenceville, Vice President Reeves
and President Conwell to represent
the Georgia association on the board
of trustees of the American Cotton
Growers’ exchange. The exchange is
composed of all state cotton coop
eratives and is the overhead organi
zation to more effectively market
the cotton of the biore than 250,000
southern fanners who are members
of cotton cooperative marketing as
sociations, it was pointed out.
Officers were elected by the board
of directors and at the meeting im
mediately afterward a program of
work for the coming year was dis
cussed and mapped out for the asso
The association numbers approxi
mately 40,000 Georgia cotton pro
ducers who have signed contracts
among themselves to market their
cotton cooperatively and orderly ov
er the entire cotton year, and it was
announced that the assocatiion had
received considerably more cotton
during 1923 than was received in
1922, the first year of its operation,
notwithstanding that the Georgia
crop in 1923 was more than 100,000
bales less than was produced in
Mr. Thomas Maddox and Miss
Irene Holloway were happily mar
ried on March 29th by J. A. Brown,
Esq., of Lawrenceville.
Mr. Ben H. Robinson and Miss
Ethleen Jarrard were joined in the
holy bonds of matrimony on April 2d
by Rev. Pierce Harris, of Buford.
Mr. E. D. Johnson and Miss Annie
Belle Moon plighted their troth on
April sth in the presence of Rev.
Marvin Franklin, pastor of the Law
renceville Methodist church.
Lawrenceville, R 4, April 16.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Craig spent
Sunday at Pleasant Hill the guests
of the latter’s parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Misses Ruth Williams and Susie
Paden spent Saturday in Atlanta.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Johnson and
children spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. W. A. Craft.
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Johnson spent
Sunday with Mrs. Johnson’s parents,
Mr. and Mrs. S. F. McElvaney.
Little Rochelle Craig is sicl. at
Misses Ruth Johnson and Clyde
Kirby spent Saturday night with
Misses Clara and Ida Mae McEl
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Couey, of
Bethesda, visited Mr. and Mrs. A.
L. Thompson Sunday.
Miss Lois Cooper, of Jackson’s
Academy, spent one night last week
here with her sister, Mrs. Ella Kirby.
Several ladies met at the church
one day last week and planted flow
Sunday school will be next Sunday
morning. Let everybody come out
*s they are going to elect officers.
In tbe District Court of the U.
S. Northern District of Georgia. As
a Court of Bankruptcy. In re-
James L. Langford, Bankrupt. In
The creditors of the debtor above
named, a resident of Norcross, Ga.,
in the county of Gwinnett, said dis
trict, are hereby notified that he was
on April 4, 1924, duly adjudicated
bankrupt and the first meeting of
his creditors will be held at the of
fice of Referee at Lawrenceville,
Ga., April 22, 1924, at 10 a. m., (E.
T. at which time the said creditors
may attend, prove their claims, ap
point a trustee, examine the bank
rupt and transact such other busi
ness as may properly come before
N. L. HUTCHINS,
Referee in Bankruptcy.
Lawrenceville, Ga., April 12, 1921.
D. K. JOHNSON, Atty,
Buford, Ga., R. 1, April 13.
The health of the community is very
good at this writing we are glad to
Rev. D. S. Patterson of Duluth
filled his regular appointment here
this after noon, with a very good
crowd in attendance.
Mrs. Rowe Sears of Buford who
has been on the sick list for the past
few weeks, has deen moved to the
home of her brother here. Mr. N.
O. Brogdon for a two weeksrest in
the country, Mrs Sears is a lovadle
wife and mother and her many
friends wish for her a speedy
Rev. D. S. Paterson was the
supper guest of Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Mr. Albert Kennedy was a week
end vistor to Sheltonville
Miss. Lucille Kennedy was the
guest of her aunt, Mrs. M. C. Ken
nedy Sunday night.
Mr. Bob Hunt died Saturday night
at two o’clock at his home north of
Level Creek. His health had been
impaired for some time, but death
came unexpected, he was thnrtv five
years of age, and is survived by his
Mrs. W. R. Hunt, two brothers,
Charlie of Albertville,Ala. and Hugh
of Buford, also two sisters Miss.
Ella Hunt and Mrs. Minnie Dispain
of Duluth, the many friends extend
their most heart felt sympathy to
the family in the sad parting with
this young man.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Kennedy were
the guests of Mr. J. H. Kennedy
Sunday school is improving rapid
ly with Mr. W. H. Maltbie as super
intendent we are stillanxious for
every one to come out and help ns
to continue making our school
Duluth, Ga., R. 2, April 14.—Mr.
John Webb continues quite ill.
The dead in our community are
Mr. Bill Weights, who died April
fifth and his wife, who died a week
later. They were laid to rest at Mt.
Carmel cemetery near Norcross.
Miss Melba Webb had as her (tin
ner guest Sunday Miss Mildred
Mr. J. H. Dove and children vis
ited relatives near Union Hill Sun
Miss Mamie Lee Shirley risited
Miss Mattie Paris Sunday.
Miss Jewel Lee, of Atlanta, is vis
iting relatives here this week.
Mr. Calvin Parsons made a busi
ness trip to Duluth Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Byers ere
the proud parents of a baby girl.
Misses Jessie Tatum and Vera
Lowery were the Saturday night
guests of Mrs. Clark Bagby.
Sunday school at this place is
progressing nicely under the care of
Mrs Billy Webb Supt. with seventy
nine members enrolled.
Mr. O. C. Dove spent Saturday
night with Mr. Taylor McDongle.
Misses. Lois McDongle and IreneMc
Dongle were the guest of Miss Mrtis
and Clydia Weights Sunday.
Lawrenceville, R. 2, April 16.
Saturday and Sunday are regular
meeting days at this place.
Mr Cliff Brooks, of Grayson,
spent Saturday night with Mr. Har
Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt Haney from
Mt. Zion, spent Saturday "ight and
Sunday with i.is father, Mr. Tom
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Camp spent
Sunday with their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. R. McMillian near Logan
Several around here attended the
singing at Bay Creek Sunday.
Misses Sallie Mae Haney and sis
ter attended the singing at Mr. Lee
Feagins at Grayson Sunday night.
Misses Hermie and Vera McMil
lian near Loganville spent Saturday
evening with their sister, Mrs. H. M.
Misses Edna Boss and Mary R»ed
went to the singing at Bay C'-eek
Mrs. Ethel Hutchins has returned
to her home in Decatur after stay
ing a month with her mother, Mrs.
John William Bennett.
Mr. Carl Hutchins and two sons
motored out here Sunday from At
Miss Maggie Lee Adams and sis
ter and Ruby Camp spent Tuesday
evening with Miss Odessa Y’ancey at
Mr. Artis Allen has moved into
Mr. and Mrs. Grover Everett, of
Alcova, spent Saturday night with
their parents, Mr. J. W. Montgom
SEND US YOUR JOB WORK
LOCAL LODGE OF
TO DISTRICT 4
The Local Lodge Was Host to Dis
trict No. 4—Degree Work Put On.
Go to Commerce Next.
Rehekah lodge No. 40 was host to
the district convention, which is No.
4, last Saturday, and the many dele
gates and visitors had an enjoyable
time while in Lawrenceville.
The convention was called to order
by Mrs. J. G. Crumley at the Presby
terian church at 3 o’clock, and the
visitors were given a cordian wel
come to our city by Mrs. O. R. Jo
han and Col. John I. Kelley. The re
sponse was made by Mrs. Jessie
Sigman, of Athens.
The local orchestra, composed of
Mr. W. L. Brown, Mrs. Weyman
Gower, Mrs. Preston Cash and Mias
Lula Herrington, furnished some ex
A business meeting was held at
The paper on “The Examination of
Applications for Membership,” by
Mrs. Maud Hughes, and the reading,
“A Woman’s Heart,” by Miss Marion
Edwards, were highly enjoyed by the
The ladies had prepared an excel
lent luncheon, and one of the largest
crowds ever entertained at the club
rooms were served at 6 o’clock.
The evening meeting was held at
the club rooms, when the Commerce
team exemplified the degree work.
The next district meeting goes ts
Following is the list of delegates
Mr. and Mrs. Hughes, Mrs. Eppie
Wilson, president of assembly; Mr.
and Mrs. Hutchins, Mrs. Holt, Mrs.
Mrs. Frank Hendrixson, Mrs.
Harry Hunt, Mrs. Oma Carpenter,
Mrs. T. E. Harris, Miss Lizzie Loud
ermilk, Miss Sallie Davis, Ed. Nix,
Mrs. Sigman, Mrs. A. €. Bishop,
warden of the R. A.
Mrs. J. G. Crumley, district depu
ty, president; Mr. and Mrs. W. R.
Tatum, Mrs. T. V. Edwards, Miss
Mrs. J. L. Jones, Mrs. Will Crow,
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Johnston, Mr. J.
L. Jones, Mr. Truman Orr, Mr. and
Mrs. A. C. Whiting, Misses Irene
and Maggie Harris.
J. H. Phillips, Mrs. M. M. Ford,
Mrs. N. B. Lord, Miss Blanche Bras
well, Miss Belle Moon, Miss Macy
Sellers, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Luthe.
Norcross, Ga., R. 1, April 14.
Mrs. Robert Duncan spent Sunday
afternoon with Mrs. Frank Phillips.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Davis, of Pleas
ant Hill, spent the week end with
Mrs. G. L. Mills.
Mr. and Mrs. Langridge and A.
R. Sanford, of Atlanta, and Mr. and
Mrs M. J. Sanford were the Sunday
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. San
Mrs. Ethol Nash and small son, of
Atlanta, are spending this week with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ade Ad
Miss Myrt Ray spent Sunday with
Miss Allie Mae Warbington.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Miner called
on Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Matthews
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Warbing
ton and little daughter spent Sun
day with Mr. and Mrs. Luke Cain.
Mrs. Will Burns visited her sister,
Mrs. Jim McDaniel Sunday.
Buford, Ga., R. 1, April B.—Mrs.
Jewell Wayne visited Mrs. Eva
Puckett and daughters Wednesday
Mr. Clifford Earl and family
moved from Mr. Baxter Shellnut’s
farm last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Jewell Wayne and
Miss Dorothy attended the funeral
of their aunt, Mrs. Carrie Wayne
Stringer, who died Wednesday in
Lathaway, Fla., and was laid to rest
Saturday at Mt. Salem, Hall cOunty,
Master Austin Brown, of Buford,
visited relatives here for the week
Several from here attended the
funeral of Mr. Mel Patterson at
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Porter, of
Union Grove, announce the birth of
a girl, April 6. Mrs. Porter is well
remembered here as Miss Brown be
fore her marriage.