THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1941
JR. RED CROSS
County's Young People
Raise Total of
Mrs. Lola P. Barrington, chair
man of Macon Chapter Junior Red
Cross, and Mrs. Hubert Wardlaw,
. Roll Call chairman, submit the fol
lowing report : '
Fi.fty-two elementary and 17-high
school teachers have enrolled their
class rooms in the Junior Red
Cross to date; 2,900 children, have
enrolled, total amount, collected
$76.10. This is above any previous
Roll Call. Both" teachers and pupils
have been very responsive, and
Mrs. Barrington and -Mrs. Ward
law wish to express, through the
Press, their appreciation to the
principals and teacher-sponsors in
the school for their splendid co
operation this and previous Junior
Ked Cross Roll Calls. There are
1 a few. schools who have gotten
their supplies but have not made
their reports. These, are asked to
turn in their .reports as early as
possible so we cam. make our final
report to headquarters.
The two rooms in high school
that raised the most money were
Mrs:. Mane P. Stewart's room.oO,
and Mrs. rhihpGreen's room, $3.20.
The Elementary rooms leading were
Mrs. Virginia ..Ramsey, $2,50 and
Mrs. Barrington, $2 JO.
The money given to the Junior
Ked Cross will be used locally
and nationally for child welfare.
We wish to express our appre
ciation to Mrs. Johnson, editor of
the Franklin Press, for her very
' generous , and enthusiastic support
pf this work, also we want to
thank the American Legion Aux
iliary for their donation of $10.00
to the fund.
The following teachers have en-
, rolled their classes in the Junior
Red Cross to date:" -Mrs.
Gladys Kinsland, Mr,s. Marie
j G. Roper, E. G. Crawford, Miss
' Mary McCoy, Mrs. Kate R. Brad
ley, Mrs. Mary S. Byrd, Miss
Gladys Vinson, Carl Moses, R. N.
Moses, Jack Carpenter, Mrs. Mont
Sutton, Mrs. Fleta Mason, Mrs
; Jessie Horsley,. Mrs. Lola R. How
ard, Mrs. Theo. Ktser, Mrs. Fred
Arnold, Mrs. Katherine P. Math
ews, Mrs. Kate Williams, Miss
, Edna-Jamison, Mrs. Elsie Franks,
Mrs. Bea M. Alley, Miss Amy
Henderson, Mrs. -May Beryl Moody
Mrs. Lola P. Barrington, Mrs.
Elizabeth C. Guffey, Mrs. Marga
. , ret H, Ramsey, Mrs. Virginia D.
Kamsey,. Mrs. Mollie Bolton, Mrs
Pearl Hunter, Mrs. Marie P. Stew
art, J. C Hawkins, W. C. Newton,
E. J. Whitmire, Mrs. E. J. Whit
mire, Mrs. Hubert Wardlaw, Mrs,
Philip Green, Miss Laura Thomas,
: Mrs. T. J. CNeil, Miss Marie
Haas, Miss Helen Moore, Miss
Annie Bailey, Frank Fleming, Mrs,
Joel Dalton, J. J. Mann, Mrs.
Myrtle "Norton, Mrs. Katherine
V Henry, Mrs. Cyrus Fouts, Mrs. J,
Hawkins, Mrs. Annie Caibe, Mrs,
Blanche Howard, Mrs. Joyce..
Cagle, Mrs. Paul Grist. Miss Jes
aie Hurst, Miss Virginia Edwards,
Miss Alice Slagle, Miss Amanda
Slagle, Mrs. Mattie Pearl Shields,
Mrs. Dora Lee Carpenter, Mrs,
Nina T. McCoy, Mrs. Paschal Nor
ton, Mrs. Evelyn K. Russell, Miss
tt you cn k lit down to your Thanksqiv
IT tag Doty dinnar under tin dim. dingy.
1 1 yellow glow oi an old fashioned koro
mm lamp, you will Iom much oi th Joy oJ
this lostiT tim. You cannot Imagine what
added cheer, pleasure and happiness a
modem white light would bring. Zest and
flaror to the food, sparkle and beauty to the
table, and smiles that you can actually see
on the faces of one and alL Ton may hare
all Ibis today, tomorrow ana yean to
when you 1
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Christine Browning, Miss Ruth
Byrd, Miss Mattie Brendle, Mrs
Pearl Stewart, Miss Meadows.
The Chapel school reports as fol
lows by teachers;
Mrs. Emma L. England, lsttrrade,
50 cents; Miss E. Belle Davis. 2nd
1 - . '
1 grade, ,bU cents; -Herman L. Hprne
3tn and Oth grades. 50 cents: Mrs
Eula L. Kemp, 7th grade, 50 cents;
xi. k. Kemp, Jr., high school, $1.00.
ihe tollowing teachers in . the
Highlands school reported the total
sum of $7.29 for the Junior Red
Cross roll call:
Mrs. Rheschke, Miss Ingle, Miss
AiDertson, Miss Annie Pearson,
Mrs. iuhel Calloway, Miss Sarah
Thompson, Misses Nina ami Viva
Howard, Mrs. Abbott.
A DOG'S TAIL GETS
fOl hS WNAT YGOT Y
SELL, IKJ THIS PAPER.,
THE FRANKLIN PRESS AND THE HIGHLANDS MACONIAN
"YOU W1LL BE-tGLAD" -
When the"ye'ai.ave slipped by
and memory ' rutis- back over - the
path you have come, you will be
tains would dry up, the sky would
be filled with poisonous vapors,
and life would cease.
You will be glad that you stop
glad that you stopped to speak to Pert long enough every day to read
every friend you met amd left them carcfu ly' and Wlth P-
all with a warmer feeling in their
hearts because you did ,s. '
You will be glad that you have
been happy when 'doing the small
everyday things of life,- that you
served the best you could in earth's
lowly round. '
You will be glad , that men have
said all along the way, "1 know
that J can trust him;, he is as
true as steel." .. '
You will be glad that there have
been some rainy days in your life.
Clouds and storms are not the I
worst thirds that can haDDen.: If
there were no storms, the foun
your heart some part of God's
things that men said about one
another and .tried the best you
could to stay the.se words winged
with . poison. .
You will be glad that you have
brought smiles to me, and not sor
row. . !
message to those he loves. , You will be claH that vm, iiavp
You will be glad you shut your! met all hard, things that have
cars tight - against all the evil I come to you with a , hearty hand
shake never dodging one of them,
but turning them all to the- best
possible account.-Biblical Recorder.
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