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Mr. Robert Weathersby is visiting
Mr. E. D. Sloan has returned from
ilmington, N. C.
Mr. Otis Brown spent part of last
eek in Lancaster.
S. E. Lyes spent last week in
reenville and Greenwood.
Miss Maggie Aiken left on Satur
dy for a visit to Charleston.
Mrs. Glover Jordan, of Hartsville,
svisiting Mrs. R. C. Gooding.
Mrs. M. M. Stewart has returned
fom a short visit to Columbia.
John H. Cathicart, of Erskine Col
ge, spent the week-end at home.
Mr. S. W. Heath and Brown
eath were in Chester Wednesday.
Miss Grace Buzzell left for her
ome in Boston, Mass., on Sunday.
Mrs. W. H. Willingham visited her
daughter at Chicora College Monday.
Miss Mary Douglas, of Winthrop
lge, spent the week-end at home.
Miss Cornelia Thomas spent the
wk.end at her home in Columbia.
Mr. W. Banks Dove- of Columbia,
sent a few hours in Winnsboro Wed
Miss Alice Walker has returned
fom a two weeks' stay in Goldsboro,
Mrs. J. E. McDonald, Jr., and her
daughter spent part of this week in
Mrs. J. E. Coan is visiting her
daughter, Miss Harriet Coan, in Ab..
Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Cartwright, of
ck Hill, i,pent part of last week
Mrs. R. W. Dreher and Walter
Carke Dreher are visiting Mrs. N.
Quite a number of Winnsboro peo
pe will go to Rock Hill Friday to
ee the Pageant.
Misses Virginia and Jessie Green,
ofColumbia, are visiting Mrs. J. E.
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Mrs. J. D. Hatchet, of Atlanta,
a., is visiting her sister, Mrs.
. G. DesPortes.
Mrs. J. E. McDonald, Mrs. S. E.
yles and Mrs. J. H. Boul'ware spent
[uesday in Ridgeway.
Miss Nan Thompson and Miss Nan
eil returned on Wednesday from a
onth's stay in Baltimore.
Moultrie Douglas, of the Universi
y of South Carolina, spent the week
end at his home here.
Miss Belle Harris, of Charlotte,
s the guest of her sister,Mrs. J. H.
Capt John Lyles has returned from
visit to his daughter, Mrs. W. 'C.
oyd, in Charlotte, N. C.
Miss Opal Worsted, of Leesville,
spent the week-end with Miss Clarkie
illingham on her way to Durham,
Mrs. J. B. Doty ws Called to Ab
beville Tuesday on account of the
death of her brother, Mr. Albert
Mrs. W. 0. Brice left on Saturday
for New Haven, Connecticutt, where
she will visit her sister, Mrs. J. W.
The Rev, and Mrs. Rufus Phillips
ad little daughter have returned to
their home in Glenn Springs, after
a. visit to Mrs. William Moore.
Mrs. William Hafner returned to
ier home in Gaffney on Friday, af..
Ler a short visit to her father, Mr.
'. A. Beaty.
Mrs. J. M. Workman and little
daughter returned on Saturday to!
their home in Raleigh, N. C., after
spending last week with Mrs. G. G.
The John Bratton chapter of the
Daughters of the Confederacy will
ive their annual dinner to the vet
erans on Saturday, May 14, at twelve
~'clock, in the Community Building,
ll veterans are invited to be pres
Mrs. John H. Cathcart, president
f the John Bratton chapter U. ). C.,
bas received a note from Dr. D. B.
Johnson, president of Winthrop Col
Lge, saying that seats will be ie
served free of charge for all Confed
erate veterans who desire to attend
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Men's Silk Soft Collars (50c
Men's Extra Quality Black
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Men's Blue Chambray Work
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The John Bratton chapter of the
Daughters of the Confederacy re
q iests that all the ladies in town
who will help in making wreaths for
Memorial Day will bring flowers and
come to the Community Building on
Tuesday, May 10th, at 10 a. in.,
w.e se wreaths will be made. Mrs.
J. J. Obear will be in charge. Mem
orial Day exercises will be held
jointly with the American Legion.
DRAMATIC TALENT SHOWN
IN PRESENTING "MR. BOB.'
With a caste of unusual excellence
which played each part of a cap
tivating story from start to finish
so well that not a dull moment was
spent during the entire perform
ance, on Wednesday evening "Mr.
Bob," the play given by the Enter
tainment Committee of the Civic
League was enjoyed by a wel-filled
house. The door receipts were about
$85.00, and the proceeds are for the
enefit of the Better Winnsboro Club.
Prior to the raising of the curtain
Rev. G. G. Mayes gave a short talk
about the origin of moving pictures,
ad mentioned the official war pic
ures soon to be shown at the Com
Between the acts music was fur
nished by Mesdames Wolling and
ood, Dr. Quattlebaum and Mr.
The comic little drama was in two
cts, and the mixed identities kept
the audience in roars of laughter. The
following characters took part:
Phillip Royson-Harris McDonald.
Robert Brown, clerk of McDonald
& McDonald-Ernest Burley.
enkins, Miss Rebecca's butler-Er
Rebecca Luke, a maiden lady-Lucy
Katherine Rogers, her niece-Lilla
MarioA Bryant, Katherine's friend
Patty, Miss Rebecca's maid-Julia
The opportunity to take the picture
shown at the Community Thea'tre
next Friday cost billions. This is of
ficial picture taken by the govern
ment during the World War. Don't
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:ollars ($1.75 value).... .98c
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FOR THE YOUNGER SET.
Mr. Otis Brown delightfully en
tertained the members of the younger
set last Monday evening. The home
was r rettily decorated in potted
plants, rosese and sweet peas. In the
living room numerous games were
played, fortunes told and jokes tried
On the guests, while the hail and
porches were thrown open to the
dancing crowd. Block cream and
wafers were served by Mesdames G.
F. Patton and P. M. Dees.
About twenty..five couples were
See the official government pic
tures taken on the Western Front,
when our 30th Division broke the
ROUND DOZEN BOOK CLUB.
The Round Dozen Book Club was
entertained on Tuesday afternoon by
Mrs. J. M. Jennings. The roll call
was answered with quotations from
Evangeline. The program was as
follows: "Longfellow, the Christian,"
by Mrs. W. M. Wolling; "Longfel
low's Popularity at Home and
Abroad," by Miss Ray Matthews. The
discussion on Evangeline was led
iy Mrs. A. G. Quattlebaum. A num..
ber of guests were invited in for the
social hour. Ices and cake were
See Forbidden Fruit on May 27,
the Great Human Drama of Modern
Mrs. A. Lee Scruggs was hostess
to the Book Club on Friday after
noon. The roll call was answered
with quotations .from Evangeline.
The following program was c'arried
out: Current Events," by Mrs. J.
M. Harden, Jr.; "Prominent Men erd
Women of Today," by Mrs. . L.
Bryson; Reading, "A Canadi-m Sto
ry," by Mrs. N. A. White; 'r ci rs
of the Present Day," by Mrs. A. Lee
Scruggs. Ices and cake were served.
"The Great Redeemer" at Commun
ity Theatre is taken from life, based
on actual occurrences in a Mexican
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