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L4rge Size Men's W
Any Man's Overall i
eludes the famous
Men's Sealpax uniol
tity) ... ....--..
Men's B. V. D. Unio1
Good quality 36-in~c1
has retulred from
rd spent part
ly spent the-week
Miefie; Jr., is visiting
e,of Rock Hill,
y4 bir home in Atlanta,
1(eEaster, of Rock Hill,
- Legerton, of char.
'week-end in town.
,of Georgetown, is via.
site, Mrs. Horace Tray-.
.P.P n made abusinless
ys to Virginia this~
eiholsbn, of Union, attenid..
~Bem.Matthews wedding this
Carrie Elliot, Julia Gantt
-Macfie spent Saturday in
'.atte Martin, of Columbia,
-week-end with Mrs. S. G.
-Mattie Withers, of Columbia,
her sister, Mrs. Catherine
E~rs. J. ML. lolladay, of Marion, is
iigher daughter, Mrs. H. E.
frs. A. G. Quattlebaumi has re-.
edfrom a visit to friends in
irs. W. 0. Brice and Miss Jennie
seborough splent part ;of this week
frai. B. C. Bye, of Philadelphia, is
tigat the home of her son, Mr.
fr. T. F. Cartwright, of Rock Hill,
visiting her parents, Judge and
W. L. Holley.
<Miss Ruth Doty, of Converse CoL.
arrived at home on Thursday for
iss Mary Carlisle Elliott arrived
edy from Winthrop to attend
is for si
ite Handkerchiefs 5c
n the house (This in
Carrhart) . . 'S1.00 pr
(values to $3.00) your
suits,, (limited quan
Suits (also limited
8 and 9c yd
Miss Virgina Owens has returned
to Chicora College for Women, after
spending several weeks at her home.
Mrs. J1. J. Neil returned on Satur
day from Columbia, after spending
the week with Mrs. J. J. Neil, Jr.
Mr. 0. F. Crowson, postmaster and
newspaper man of Burlington, N. C.,
visited his brother, Mr. 0. ~E. Crow
son this week.
Messrs. Moultrie Douglas and Tom
MDonald, of the University of South
Carolina, were at home for the Eas
er holidays.. -
Miss Elizabeth Sloan returned to
Winto.Saem, N. C., on Monday,
afer speming several days at her
Miss Lizzie Robertson, of Colum
bia, spent the week-end here with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. I). W. Robert
Mrs. 3. E. Weir, of Columbia, was
a isitor at the home of Mrs. G. R.
Robertson during the Easter holi
Jack McMaster lzas returned to the
University of Georgia, the last of the
week, after spending several Neeks
at his home.
Mr and Mrs. F. A. DesPortes and
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Lyles are 'in
Charesto this week enjoying the
Mrs. U. G. DesPortes and c.hildren
left on Tuesday for Concord, N. C.,
to visit Mrs. DesPortes' parenits, the
Rev, and Mrs. Thomas Smith.
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Brown, lrs.
Evans Wylie and Miss Eliza Wylie,
attended the Brown-Matthews wed
ding in WinnsborO this week.
A. business meeting of the Thurs
day Afternoon Bridge Club was call
ed for Monday afternoon by the
president, Miss Floride Martin.
When the scores for the year were
given it was found that Mrs. F. A.
DesPortes held the highest. The
net regular meeting of the club will
be held with Miss Carrie Elliott.
The county nurses will hold a baby
coference at Greenbrier school house
on Monday, April 4th, from 2:30 p.
m to 4:30, for that section of the
conty embracing Rion and Green
brer. Those who have no means of
transportation will please leave their
names and addresses at Delleny's
store and the flurses will see that a
way is provided to carry them to
and from the conference. All chiL
drn from infancy to 6 years of age
Women's Extra Sized
>oice Any Women's
(value to $8.00)....
Other Women's Slipp
Misses White Organ(
19 years) choice
Other Children's Whi
Mr. E. R. BuHard spent the week
and at his home in Charlotte.
The president of the Civic League
requests that all members pay their
dues immediately to Miss Nellie
Pearson, who will turn it over to the
Misses Etta Lee Scruggs and Eli.
abeth Coan, of Winnsboro, and Misses
Theo Lyles and Mamie Bates, of
Orangeburg, returned Sunday after..
noon to Winthrop College after
spending the week-end in Charlotte
as the house-guests of Miss Mary
Julia Buflard. . Miss Bullard was the
hostess at an informal dance given at
her home on East Boulevard Saturday
Mr. George B. McMaster has re.
eived a bulletin in which the im-.
portance of the following advice is
emphasized: Addressing mail to
street and number; that firm letter
heads bear street address; that mail
be deposited early' and freqcently
during the day and not held until
the close .of business; return address
on envelppes insures prompt return
of undelivered letters; valuable mail
should be registered, and money or
ders instead of cash should be used
in sending remittances by mail. It
is further urged in the bulletin that
frms using mailing lists should keep
these- lists up to date, as a great
deal of mail matter is lost through
incorrect and obsolete mailing lists.
A baby conference was held last
Friday at the Community House for
the contestants for the Palmafesta.
The county nurses were very much
pleased at the showing made by the
babies, all of them having very high
scores. .Billy Parkinson, age 20
months, son of the Rev. and Mrs.
W. W. Parkinson, of White Oak,
made the highest core, 970 points.
DuBose: Ellison, Jr., age 47 months,
son of Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Ellison,
of Winsboro, made the second high.
est score. Jean Mixon Patrick, of
White Oak, and Billy Keehan, of
Winnsboro, received honorable men-.
tion. The coiference was held by
the county nurses, but all examina
tions were made by physicians and
dentists of Winnsboro. Three phy
sicians were appointed to act as a
scoring committee on Saturday morn.
S +inga twelv e cok, with the above
Gauze Vests (35c
.........2 for 30e
Slippers in the hous 3
.. .. .. .. .. ...$2.50)
~rs (black) . ... $1.75
ly Dresses. (sizes to
...... ... ...$2.75
te Dresses (8 to 14
170, S. C.
EASTER UNION SERVICE.
Our large Community building was
filled Sunday night by those attedning
the union service.
The combined choir of the churches
rendered most beautiful and appro
priate Easter selections.
Dr. Oliver Johnson preached an'
able and impressive .sermon from the
text, "Buy the truth and sell it not,"
impressing upon all that they should
seek the truth from its source, and'
not try to formulate personal codes
of truth. saying that when we have
othis, Truth will to us so valu
able that w~e would not :are to. dis..
pese with it at any price.
In accordance with their .altomn,
the congregation of St. John's Ej'is.
opal Church .>f Winnsbora d a
most beautiful service last Sunday.
The church had been decorated with
loving care, and the choir of sixteen
rendered a well prepared and :,po
priat musical program. While a 11
regre' zd that Miss Kate Obear, the
regular and efficient organist, conl3
hot, on account of sudden illness,
be present, they re.joiced in having
her place so admirably filled by 3Mrs.
Fay A. DesPortes.
LUNCHEON FOR MISS BROWN.
Mrs. 8. E. Lyles gave a luncheon
on Wednesday. at noon in honor of
Miss Betty Brown, bride-elect of the
week. Only the bridal party and
a few intimate friends were present.
Covers were laid for eight
Sanitary water analysis No. 2514
of water received March 14, 1921,
from water supply of Winnsboro, S.
Parts per Million
Chlorine .............. - .7.00
Free Ammonia ....--.---....0.02
Albuminoid Ammonia .........0.03
Nitrogen in Nitrates ..........0.20
Nitrogen in Nitrites ..........0.00
Total Solids ................82.00
Bacterial indications of contamina
Remarks: Analyses indicate water
to be of good quality and free from
F. T, Parker, M. D.
Children's White Dress
Men's Riding Pants (1
Choice any man's Hat
$6.00). .. . ... .. ...
iBig Table 36 in. Bleacia
Good Grade 27-inch WI
SLadies' Silk Hose ( bik,
A beautiful and impressive cere.
mony took place on Wednesday even.
ig aL six o'clock when IMiss Eliza
beth Brown, of Lancnaster, became
the bride of Henry Elliott Matthews,
of Charlotte, N. C. The marriage
took place at the residence of -Mr.
and Mrs. Stewart W. Heath, the lat.
ter being a sister of the bride.'
The first to enter. the ceremony
room were Brown Heath and Jack
MMaster, who acted as ushiers. Then
followed Miss Elia Wylie, of Lan-.
caster, attired in a peach colored
taffeta gown and.carrying pink sweet
peas, with Stewart W. Heath, Jr.
Immediately preceding the .bride
came little Miss Nary McEapter
daintiJfy dressed in a pink frilled or.
gandie, scattering pink rose leaves,
and Master Palmer Matthews dressed
in a suit of white satin, with white
filled silk shirt, carrying the ring
on a small silver plate.,
As the bride descended the stair
way she made a beautiful picture, at.
tired in white satin, hafld embroid.
ered in morning glories, and silver'
and pearls. She wore a court train
trimmed in shirred maline and silver
lace inserts, and orange blossoms.
'Her veil was caughit to her head with
a Russian coronet trimmed with sil
ve, pearls, and orange blossoms.
She carried a bouquet of n'ehids
sitowered with lilies of the valley.
She was joined at the door.way by
her maid..of.honor, Miss Ella Crar-.
ford Heath, who wore a charming
gown of gold satini trimmea with
gold sequins, and carried pink sweet
peas. Entering together they were
met by the groom and his best man,
Robert Lindsay, of Columbia, who
came in from a side door.
The cei-emony, which was perform
ed by the Rev. Carl Matthews, of
Kentucky, took place before an im.
Pprovised altar. Soft candles shed1
their glow over the room, which was
beautifully decorated in green and
white. Ropes of cedar, with potted
plants and dogwood were effectively
Just before the' ceremony Grieg's
"To Spring" and "Love" were played
by Miss Alice Walker.- Lohengrin's
wedding march was used.
Miss Carrie Elliott and Mrs. V.
G. Kinnaird met the guests at the
door and presented them to the re.
ceiving line, which was composed of
Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Heath, Dr. and
Mrs. Robert Brown and Mrs. Evans
Wylie of Laonater. Mrs. Lida Jones
es (2 to 6 yrs)..75c.
chaki) value $4.00,
in house (values to
ing (sold for 40c
i+Z. Homespun ..5c
tan and blue.. .25c
;25e- 2-for25e 6
MA lfis. Rowe Brown ofUwil
Mrs. Eath. wee a gown. -cf. can.
:lored satn, trimma with real 16
and wore.pearl ornaments
MfrandMs. AG. Dss,Mr
andEMrs. K.RE. MWWaste and Mili
Alice Walker assisted in receivig'$m
t rawn om ljchwas de
ed in sunset roeat.
The bride's book was kept by.Ml3
Iary Carlisle Elliott, andpne sa
served in ther hall by Miss 3 I
Kito hester and Misa Anns
After the ceremony th.e guesta.Weie
ivyited into the dining room) e
iees in lily shapes individual 4&kes
and mints were served-.
1n the center of the taHle h
was covered with a hand-niad laesr
nterpiece, over pink, stood a tae -
silver pitcher 6Iled with pilk roses
uad ferns. The rioom was furthe@'
seorated'with pink- rosesjataflsiL
rer vases, and old fashioned cand4ela.
Mr. and Mrs. E. D). Sloan and Mr.
and Mrs. Spencer MieMaster assisted
in the dining room.
The wedding cake was cut amidst
uc m ermet. Brown Heath cut
th ig isAnnie Keteksin the
wishbone, Miss Eliza Wylie the but,
bon, and-Dunen Medamnts the. thimbe.k
Among the many handsome pres..
ents displayed was a silver service,
the' gift of the bride's fatnily.
Mr. and Mirs; Matthews left on the
southbound train for New Orleans.
The' outof-towni guests were Dr.
and Mrs. Robert Brown, of Lancas.
ter; Mrs. E~vans Wylie, Misses Eliza
and Louise Wylie, of TLanater; Mrs.
Lida Jones, Mrs. Hattie Brown, of
Laurens; Miss Lottie Kluttz, of Ches.
ter; Robert Lindsay, of Columbia.
COMMUNITY HOUSE PROGRM
Line Afley." Selsniek News-Every.
thing in Pictures. This news service -
is among the best in the country, giv
nga pictorial account of ,appenings
f importance within four days after
the occurence. This festn*ee lOnec is
worth the price of admission.
Saturday, 4 p. m.-Bryant Wash
burn in "Jack Straws." Paramount
Tuesday night-Irene Castles in
Amateur Wife. 1 reel Prisma in nat..
Women Act as Pawn Agents.
There are women in New York, It is
aid, who make a living pawning arth .
e e or n'er people.