THE CEDARTOWN STANDARD
Thursday, April 25, 1918

        Tax Collectors C. R. Nettles and T. W. Schliestett made their final report last week, several days in advance of the time set by law, and their report was duly approved by the Comptroller General.  One district - Blooming Grove - had no tax defaulters at all, and in every district the collections were unusually good.

The Camp McClellan Band

One of the most highly appreciated features Saturday of the Liberty Bond Rally was the splendid music of the band which came from Camp McClellan to help us out.  When it was found that the promise of a regimental band from Camp Gordon could not be kept.  Messrs. A. W. Stubbs and R. H. Jones made a quick trip to Anninston in a car Friday, and made arrangements for the Artillery Band to come over.
        The band came, thirty strong, and delighted our people both as musicians and gentlemen.  They were entertained in homes of a nuber of our citizens, and greatly enjoyed their stay here.  An informal reception was enjoyed in their honor Saturday evening at the Cedartown Club.
        As a token of their appreciation of Cedartown hospitality, the boys stayed over Sunday, assisting in the music at the churches in the morning, and in the afternoon giving a fine scared concert on the courthouse grounds.

Cox-Hedgepeth

        Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Dobbs, formerly of Cedartown and now of Americus, announce the marriage of their sister, Miss Mildred Cox, and Mr. J. M. Hedgepeth, of Louisburg, N. C.  The marriage occured Wednesday, April 17th, at the study of the Rev. LeRoy G. Henderson.
        The Americus Times-Recorder says:
        Miss Mildred Cox, of Cedartown, and Mr. J. M. Hedgepeth, of Louisburg, N. C., were married last night at the study of the Rev. LeRoy G. Henderson.  Miss Cox has for some time made her home in Americus with her sister, Mrs. F. S. Dobbs, and has endeared herself to a wide circle of friends.  Mr. Hedgepeth holds a responsible position at Southern Field.  The young couple will be at home to their friend at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Gartner, on Church street.

Esom Hill News

        Mrs. W. B. Griffith, one of our excellent ladies, died Tuesday morning, aged forty years, after a long period of ill health.  She leaves to mourn her loss her husband and four children, the youngest only two years of age.  The bereaved family have much sympathy.
        Mr. E. C. Hackney spent Saturday in Cedartown.
        Mrs. N. L. Post, of Atlanta, came last week for a visit of several days.
        Mr. V. O. Buttram was in Cedartown Tuesday.
        Mr. J. B. Battle spent Saturday in Cedartown.
        Mr. H. Hendon was in Cedartown Thursday.


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