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THURSDAY BRIDGE CLUB.
Miss Beck Hanahan was hostess
to the Thursday Brdge Club last
week. Three tables of players en
joyed Miss Hanahan's hospitality.
The highest score for the afternoon
was held by Mrs. J. E. McDonald,
Jr. The guests of the club were:
Mrs. Keehan, Misses Bessie Chalmers
and Lucy Doty. Sandwiches and
frozen tea were served.
LI~rLE MISS SARA DESPORTES
GIVES BIRTHDAY PARTY,
Another pretty birthday party was
that of little Miss Sara DesPortes on
Monday afternoon, when she cele
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brated her fifth birthday. The little
guests made a pretty picture as
they gathered around the birthday
cake with its gleaming candles. A
number of pretty gifts were received
'>y this. popuar little girl. Cream
and cake were served. -
MISS ALICE WALKER GIVES
Miss Alice Walker entertained two
bles of bridge on Tuesday after
noon in honor .of Miss Simona Ba
ch. The highest score was a tie
-etween Miss Elizabeth Sloan and
Miss Janice Wilson. Sandwiches,
chocolate and mints were served.
get to eat. We
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Columbia, S. C.
Mrs. H. E. Ca .win hostess
to the Roud unb ,uesday
afternoon at its I" -- smber
the summer recess. 0very member
)f the club was preserit at this meet
ag. There was no iekluar program.
The afternoon was s mdnt n snaking
the program. M j1W coming
ar, Late in the uf" enoo a salad
course, with tea,' was rved.
Coming soon, the Cup."
Read the book then see the play.
Also the "Kentuckan* with a not
able cast. -
BISHOP GTjERRY ITS WINNS.
Rt. Rev. William A. Guerry was in
Winnsboro from 'aturday until
Tuesday morning, and .while here he
visited the various.5piscopal ghurch
es in this vicinity ;id performed the
rite of Confirmation. He preached
an eloquent sermon at the Sunday
morning services - at Rion, which
services were largply . attended by
people from Winnsboro. On Sunday
afternoon at St. 4ohn's" church,, in
Winnsboro he confrmed a class, for
membership. The earnest #nd serious
talk following the impressive rites
was listened to at tii y byT. all
present, the appropriate remarks
being made more .pazticuWy to those
who had just been onimed.
At the Union sm-Ices Sunday night
,he Bishop preabed a. strong and
forceful sermon dn' "The Value of
:he Individual," Tprejedie, he .sald,
was greatly a thing of the pat
he world is gettnki broader.- The
great world war taght., Christians a
esson to work si by $iie, ad the
"a that there *s 5'ne way to
ret to Heaven to I er preiomi
iated. He showi1 theoduy 't each
ndividual to his ie, o. man. The
3ishop visited We y Mcpday
iight and conl d .A class Jhere
Llso. While in (li he was
;he guest of Re yton at
3t. John's Rector'.
Bert Lyttel? the Mg. Who",
or Monday nighbt goei Ie from
ere to the Strand Aheitre apar
anburg for a thre.s & U
Next week ig
sige Dreas Week.
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F'riday night, "~O.~Paying the'
'iper", a Geo.' Fitzi me produc-,
This is a wonderful super-feature,
howing the very .heart of Broad
vay. One of the most tense dra
natic plays ever put. over!
We personally guarantee this to
ie the best picture that will be
hown here for the rgular prices.
f you like a good shuw dpn't miss
Saturday night, 7:30 - Robert
Thamber's wonderful sfoogy~ "Fight
ng Chance." This is a special story
>y a special cast, shiowing Conrad
Yagel, Dorothy Davenport (who is
drzs. Wallace Ried) and .other stars.
Monday night, 7:30-"The Man
W'ho Lost Himself", starring Bert
.yttell. A Metro Classic.
Also a big two-.reel comedy.
Starting next Monday we begin
howing on Monday, Wednesday and
'riday nights. Remem~ber, the change,
"Paying the Piper" is Friday
sht and'we know It to be the very
est you have ever seen for the
egular price of 16 and 20 ('nts.
Those nature last shoes for the
hildren at The Propst Co. will keep
he school kiddies coudfortable. They
'me in lace and button -style in
'rown and black leathers. All sizes.
ONE CASE POSTPONED.'
Court adjourned for- the day Wedl
'esday morning upon the discon
inuation of the ,cases of A .H. Me-'
'arrel, admintatoi, against . he
L. H. McCarrel Jr. 1Ij his guardian
d litem, ingalnas tke th'road, whie&
wo cases were set for trial Wed
!esday. The phabtf had as their
ittorneys, Mesasde~Ndel L. Smith,
f Camden, C. 8geKanteith, of Co-J
umbia, and W.W nls of the
ocal bar. The case oJohn M, Co
art,' executor,, gAz the So tern
tailway Comnpalk scheduled for
lursday, was~-~, discontinued.
['hese caseswz ntne up
he plaintiff's -Ju on It is
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