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Miss Margaret Neil Social Editor.
Miss Alice Walker spent Thursday
Dr. C. S. McCants has returned
Sfrom New York City.
F. A. DesPortes spent a few days
in Charlotte last week.
J. L. Kennerly spent the week-end
here with his family.
Dr. R. G. Hamilton spent several
days in Union this week,
9ss Alethea Mayes spent the
week-end at her home here.
Miss Bessie Chalmers spent the
week-end at her home in Charlotte.
Mrs. Horace Traylor and son re
turned Tuesday frm Spartanburg.
'Miss Emmie Hicks, of Greenville,
spent several days in town last week.
*and Mrs. D. V. Walker, Jr.,
returned from Rock Hill on Monday.
Misses Isabel and Margaret Hoy
spent part of last week in Columbia.
Mrs. Joseph Foard, of Baltimore,
spent part of this week with Mrs.
T. H. Ketchin.
Mrs. Sam Jordan, of Baltimore, is
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
J. H. Boulware returned to the
Charleston Medical College on Mon
Miss Hazel Crowson, of Winthrop
College spent the week-end at her
Mr. Norace Traylor returned Tues
ay from a deer hunt in the lower
rt of the State.
Mr. C. L. Smith returned home
t week after spending several
ths in Asheville.
rs. A. E. Davis, Jr., and little
ter are visiting Mrs. M. L.
nin Concord, N. C.
.Ormsby Bourke returne'
Saluda on Tuesday and is the~
of her sister, Mrs J. T en..
Miss Maggie Aiken has returned
from a visit to Mrs. Pressley Burk
meyer in Hendersonville.
Miss Kathleen Willingham, of the1
Chicora College for Women, Colum
bia, spent the week-end at home.
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Caldwell and
little Miss Catherine Caldwell spent
art of this week in Charlotte.
Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Lindsay and
children, and Miss Mayme Burley
spent Sunday in Camden.
Mr. arnd Mrs. J. M. Workman and
'ittle daughter, of Raleigh, M1. C.,
pent last week with Mrs. G. G.
Misses Clara Hammond and Vir
ginia Shanklin, of Winthrop College,
spent the week-end with Miss Pris
Mrs. W. D. Brunson, of Darling
ton, who has been visiting her
daughter, Mrs. W. P. Peyton, has re-1
Misses Gladys Burley, Mary
Douglas and Agnes Maefie, of Win
throp College, spent part of this
week at home.
Miss Bessie McMaster, of Colum
'a, and Dr. J. G. McMaster, of
Florence, spent the week-end with
their sister, Mrs. T. H. Ketchin.
Mrs. Lou P. McMaster has re
turned from her summer home at
Monteat, and is visiting her daugh
ter, Mrs. T. H. Ketchin.
The 1,adies of the town meet their
friends at The Tea Room every af
THE MUSIC CL UB.
Miss Alice Doty was hostess to
the Music Club on Friday afternoon.
The roll call was answered with
current events in the music world.
An interesting paper on Cadman
was read by Miss Lucy ')oty. Mrs.
WV M. Welling sang a solo. Miss'.
Beck Jennings and Mrs. C. S. Me
Cants joined the Club at this meet
ing. A salad course with iced tea
ETHODIST CHURCH READY
FOR' SERVICES SUNDAY.
Services at the regular hours at
Methodist church Sunday morning.
Rev. Geo. C. Leonard, presiding el
der, will preach at 11:60 and will
hold the 4th quarterly conference
mmediately after service. Public
WINNSBORO MILL THEATRE,
Saturday, October 15.-Viola Dana
n "Cinderella's Twin." This is a late
Also Pathe News, No., 74.
Tuesday, October 18.-The 7th,
8th and 9th episodes of the mystery
serial "Screaming Shadow."
Thursday, October 20.-Harry
Carey in "If Only Jim". A picture
full of pep and heart interest.
THE CULTUS CLUB.
The Cultus Club held its fist
meeting since the summer recess on
'riday afternoon at the residence of
Mrs. R. C. Gooding. The roll call
was answered by giving the name
of one's favorite poet. The program
was as follows: Sketch of the Life
of Thomas Moore, by Miss Nellie
Pearson; Poem of Moore's, by Mrs.
T. H. Ketchin; Literary Notes, by
Miss Marie McCants; People in the
Public Eye, by Mrs. J. H. Catheart.
A salad course, with 'coffee, was
COMMUNITY HOUSE PROGRAM.
Friday night, October 14.-We
have at last gotten "The Kentuck
ian". This picture shows the old
clan fighting spirit that made Ken
tucky the noted state that it is. No
one in this town should allow them
selves to miss this special-pictuire.
Monday- night, October 17.-Viola
Dana in "Cinderella Times". A won
derful picture. Also a two-reel com
dy, "A Seaside Siren. Remember
Wednesday night, October 19.
Mary Miles Minter in "Don't Call Me
Remember our show nights are
Monday Wednesday and Friday.
Coming October 28. "Inside the
Cup." Read the book and see the
g You Want]
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