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Miss Margaret Neil Social Editor.
Miss Mary Douglas shopped in Col
umbia on Tuesday.
Miss Katherine Ellison spent Tues
day in Columbia.
Miss Irene Curlee left Thursday
for a visit to Clinton.
Miss Virginia Owens left Saturday
to visit relatives in Union.
Mrs. Johnnie Stover is visiting rel
Gatives in Richmond.
P. M. Brice of Columbia was a visit
or here for the week-ena.
Misses Lucy Doty and Irene Curlee
have returned from Great Falls.
Miss Hazel Crowson was a week
end visitor in Chester this week.
Mr. G. V. Bray has returned after
a visit to his son in Beaufort.
Miss Liza and Mattie Spence of
Ridgeway spent Tuesday in town.
Mr. Tom Ellison of Birmingham,
Alabama, is at home for several days.
Mr. and Mrs. McBryde Smith left
Monday for Richmond for a few days
Mr. and. Mrs. J. 0. Boag left Sun
day for a visit to relatives in Rich
Mr. M. E. Blackwell of Charlotte
was a guest at the Winnsboro Hotel
Capt W. M. Lewis of Columbia was
the guest of Miss Eddie Sweet on
A party of young men attended the
dance at Feasterville on Monday
Miss Elizabeth Workman of Cam
den is visiting Miss Rebekah Jenn
Miss Liza Spence of Ridgeway was
the guest'of Mrs. R. V. Wobdward on
Mrs. T. M. Haynes and Miss Mar
garet Haynes are visiting Mrs. Ed
wards of Richmond.
Miss Nannie Jordan and Mrs. Ma
ry Stowe, of Pineville, are visiting
Mrs. T. M. Jordan.
Messrs W. H. Flenniken Phil Land
ecker and J. L. Kirkpatrick attended
A party motored from Union Sun
day and were the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. E. D. Sloan.
Little Miss Virginia Watson, is
visiting her aunt Mrs. Conover Hart
in, of Shandon.
Mrs. W. P. Peyton left Monday for
a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Brunson, of Darlington.
Miss Theo Young returnxed to her
home in Union on Thursday after
visiting Mrs. G. F. Patton.
Miss Elizabeth Sloan entertained
at cards Saturday in honor of her
guests, Misses Carrol and Miler.
Misses Lottie Carrol and Lucia Mil
er of Summerville were the guests
this week of Miss Elizabeth Sloan.
Miss Marie Lemmer, who has been
visiting Miss Ziza Bruce, returned to
*her home at Great Falls Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. McBryde Smith and
Mr. and Mrs. James Mac fie left Mon
day to attend the Reunion in Rich
Mr. and Mrs. Pressiey Buckmeyer
of Hendersonville spent the week here
with Mrs. Buckmeyers mother, Mrs.
WMrs. L. S. Gantt left Monday for
an extended visit to her daughter,
Mrs. E. P. Ferguson, in Charleston,
Mrs. J. E. Bruce and Miss Ziza
Bruce attended the wedding of Mrs.
Bruce's niece, Miss Louise Young, in
*Charlotte this week.
Mrs. W. 0. Brice and Miss Mar
garet Brice left on Thursday for a
week's visit to Mrs. Brice's son, P. M.
Brice in Columbia.
Miss Hessie Seabrook, who has been
visiting Miss Virginia Owens, for the
past few weeks, returned to her home
at Edisto Island on Friday.
Mr. Walter Grey of Yale Universi
ty, New Haven, returned Saturday
after visiting at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. H. E. Ketchin.
Miss Rachel McCauley of Spartan
burg left today after visiting relatives
here. Miss McCauley took part in the
Ellison-Mend wedding on Wednesday.
Dr. David Aiken returned from the
annual meeting of the South Caro
ina State Dental .Association held in
SGeorgetown S. C. last week.
Dr. Aiken. was elected First Vice
Pr,-der of te State Organization.
Miss Nannie Seigler spent this week
Miss Lottie Carroll, of Summer
ville, is the guest of Miss Elizabeth
Miss Belle Harris, of Charlotte, is
the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. H.
Mrs. J. S. Elliott, of Bryson City,
N. C., is visiting her father, Mr. W.
Miss Lucy Pride McDonald left on
Friday for a visit to Jacksonville,
Miss Alethea Mayes spent several
days in Columbia this week with her
aunt, Mrs. S. C. B.,rd.
Mrs. E. M. James and little daugh
ter, who have been visiting Mrs. J.
L. Kennerly, left on Monday for Vir
Miss Elizabeth Sloan and her
guest, Miss Lucia Miller, attended
Allein-White wedding in York last
Mrs. C. E. Strange entertained the
members of the Young Peoples' Mis
sionary society of the Methodist
church at her country home on Thurs
day evening. Amost enjoyable ev
ening was spent. A sweet course was
Mrs. Henry Dickerson and little
daughter of Charleston West Virgin
ia, is visitin- her mother Mrs. Young
in the Hickory Ridge section near
Messrs Thornton Arnold and Ar
chie Whisonant, of Atlanta, were at
tendants in the Ellison-Mend wedding
here on Wednesday, returning to At
lanta on Thursday.
Mrs. J. M. Douglas stopped over
with Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Douglas for
a few days this week on her way from
her school in Honea Path to her home
in Hickory Grove.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Thornwell, Miss
Belle Glover Jordan and Tom Glover
Jordan of Hartsville passed through
here Tuesday on their way to Gaff
ney. They were joined by Miss Ella
Beaty who will visit there for several
PARTY FOR BRIDE-ELECT.
One of the prettiest parties given
for Miss Ellison, the bride of 'the
week, was a bridge party given on
last Saturday morning by Misses Julia
and Anne Gantt. The rooms were
elaborately decorated with bowls of
daies , nasturtiums and roses. After
the cards were laid aside refreshing
lemon ice and cake were served. The
top prize, a hand-made handkercheif,
fell to Mrs. J. A. Turner and Miss,
Ellison was presented with a dainty
piece of lingerie. The following
guests were present: Misses Kather
ine Ellison, Marion Seigler, Mary
Seigler, Mrs. J. A. Turner, Mrs. Cbas.
Williams, Mrs. S. P. Jordan, Miss
Rebekah Jennings, Priscilla Ketchin,
Elizabeth Sloan, Lottie Carrol, Irene
Smith, Emelyn Macfie, M. C. Elliott,
Rebecca Hanahan, Irene Curlee and
A pretty porch party was given the
bride-elect, Miss Katherine Ellison, on
Monday afternoon by Miss Irene Cur
lee. The breezy, vine clad front piaz
za was a lovely sight with its bowls
of shasta daisies and pretty girls.
There were four tables set for bridge
each with appropiate "bride and
groom" talley cards and bon-bon
dishes filled with mints. The high
est score, 1783, was made by Miss
Annie Ketchin, who was presented
with a dainty, hand drawn handker
chief. The guest prize, a white satin
trousseau gift, was presented to the
Angel food and caramel cake were
served with vanilla ice-cream.
Miss Alice Walker entertained in
hoor of Miss Ellison on Saturday af
ternoon. The afternoon was spent in
formally, some of the guests playing
bridge. At the conclusion of the
games a dainty piece of lingerie was
presented to the guest of honor. Ices
and cake were served.
One of the loveliest parties of the
summer was given by Miss Elizabeth
Sloan on Tuesday afternoon in honor
of Miss Katherine Ellison. The rooms
were beautifully decorated in bowls
and vases of pink roses. The guests
found their places at the bridge tables
by means of place cards on which
were hand-painted Kewpie brides'
The bride-elect's table was marked
by a wedidng tableau of tiny Kewpie
(10115. The score prize, a hand paint
edi vanity, was won by Miss Beck
Hanahan; while the consolation, a
bridge padl, was cut by Miss Julia
antt. Miss Ellison was presented
with a lovely piece of hand embroid
eredi lingerie. A frozen salad with
iced tea and mints was served.
Watch the label on your paper and
Little Miss Mary Long has returned
from Newberry, after spending a
while with her aunt, Mrs. John Ruff.
Mrs. Bezeel Morris returned to Olar
Sunday, after an extended visit to
her mother, Mrs. Julia Long.
Miss Rae. Stevenson and Mr. Bruce
Abernathy motored down from Char
lotte and spent the week-end with
Mrs. Julia Long. Mr. George Rion,
Jr., accompanied them home and will
spend a while with his aunt, Mrs.
A. M. Wicker.
Miss Elizabeth Smith, of Char
lotte spent last week here with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cathcart and
family spent Tuesday in Columbia.
Mrs. Cathcart will visit in Lynchburg
before returning home.
Mrs. F. S. DuPre, of Spartanburg,
is visiting her parents, Mr. an., Mrs.
T. K .Elliott.
Mrs. J. H. Thornwell, of Harts
ville spent a few days this week with
Mrs. R. C. Gooding.
PARTY FOR SCHOOL MATES.
Miss Carrie Mayes entertained
quite a number of her little school
chums at a lawn party on Thursday
night at the Manse. Abaut thirty
guests were present and they had a
jolly good time together playing
games on the lawn. Iced punch was
served before the merry party came
to an end.
BISHOP FINLAY HERE.
Bishop Kirkland G. Finlay of Col
umbia was here Tuesday and held a
confirmation service at Saint Johns
Episcopal church that afternoon.
D. A. R. MEETING.
Misses Sue and Alice Doty were
hostesses to the Thomas Woodward
Chapter of the D. A. R. at its June
meetin at the residence of Mrs. F.
A. DesPortes. The roll call was an
swered with suggestions on how to
improve the chapter. The report of
the regent and that of the treasurer
was read. The annual election of of
ficers followed. Mrs. F. A. DesPor
tes was again unanimously chosen re
gent, Mrs. K. R. McMaster, vice- re
gent; Mrs. F. 3L Gadsden, treasurer;
Miss Margaret Neil, secretary, Miss
Sue Doty, registrar; Mrs. D. V. Walk
er, historian. After a pleasant so
cial hour sherbert and sandwiches
IN HONOR OF MRS. ROBERTS.
On Friday afternoon Mrs. L. H
Pritchard entertained at cards in hon
or of Mrs. Roberts, of Atlanta. The
living room and porch were very at
tractive in the profusion of cut flow
ers. Five tables were placed for
bridge. Miss Nellie Pearson received
the score prize, a hand embroidered
cardl table cover; Miss Godwin made
the lucky cut and received a deck of
cards. A salad course with iced tea
IN HONOR OF MRS. CARR.
Mrs. D. V. Walker, Jr., entertained
two tables of bridge on Tuesday
morning in honor of Mrs. H. W. Carr,
of Corning, N. Y., who is the guest
of Mrs. Pat Walker. Mrs. A. E. Da
vis, Jr., made the highest score and
was presented wvith two pretty hand
kerchiefs. Mrs. L. D. Wells received
the consolation ,a dlainty apron. The
guest of honor was presented with a
pair of silk hose. Sherbert and sandl
wiches were served.
Beautiful in its simplicity was the
weding of Miss Katherine Gaillard
Ellison and George Mend which was
solemnized at St. John's Episcopal
church 'on Wednesday evening, June
21, at seven o'clock. The Rev. W. P.
Peyton, rector of the bride performed
The flowers used to carry out the
color scheme of green and white were
shasta daisies. The chancel was cov
ered with white, the pillars and rail
ing being twined with ivy. The dais
ies were prettily arranged in great
clusters amid the palms and ferns.
The light of the evening shone in
through stained glass windows, and
the only lights used in the church
were numerous candles.
Before the wedding Miss Rachel
McCauley of Spartunburg sang very
sweetly, accompanied by Miss Alice
As Miss Walker sounded the notes
of Mendlessohn's wedding march the
first bridesmaid to enter was Miss
Elizabeth Sloan. She was followed
by Miss Irene Curlee. Both :.ides
maids were charmingly gowned in
green organdie, with hats of leghorn
anl organdie, andl carriedl graceful
baskets of shasta daisies tied with
green tulle. The two groomsmen,
Tom Ellison and Archie Whisonant
of Atlanta, entered together. The
next to enter was the little flower
girl, Miss Corrine Ellison. of Lancast
lovely white organdie dress and car
ried a cmall basket of shasta daisies.
The young maid of honor, Miss Har
riet Ellison, another, niece of the
bride, wore a lovely and girlish gown
of green silk. She also carried a bas
ket of daisies.
The bride entered with her brother,
D. G. Ellison, of Columbia, ani was
met at the chancel steps by the
groom and his best man, Thorntoni
Arnold, of Atlanta.
She was lovely in a graceful frock
of silk milan lace, and her veil was
becomingly arranged coronet fashion,
with a bandeau of orange blossoms.
Her bouquet was of brides roses show
ered with valley lillies. Lohengrin's
wedding march was used as a recess
Immediately after the ceremony
the young couple left for their wed
ding trip. Mrs Mend wore as a trav
eling costume a charming three piece
suit of blue tricotine combined with
gray Roshmara crepe with a small
hat of blue trimmed in gray ostrich.
After the wedding trip they will be
at home in Knoxville, Tenn., where
Mi. Mend is connected with the Warn
EleLUor , - pany, BoII theC S N--L
people are popular here, the groom
having made his home here two years
when connected with the Southern
Ferro Concrete Company, and the
bride having lived here all her life.
She will be missed in the town gen
erally as a musician of ability, as
well as personally in the wide fam
ily circle and by many friends.
The out-off-town guests for the
wedding were Mr. and Mrs. D. G. El
lison and family, Miss Martha DwighL
and Mr. and Mrs. Al Gaillard f Co
lunibia; Mrs. Mazyck, of Timmons
ville; Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ellison
and Miss Harriet Ellison, of Char
lotte; Mr. and Mrs. Gaillard Ellison
and children of Lancaster; T. R. El
lison of Birmingham, Miss Rachel Mc
Cauley of Spartanburg, Messrs Ar
chie Whisonant and Thornton Ar
nold of Atlanta, Mr. and Mrs. Euick
meyer, of Hendersonville.
Atfer the rehearsal Tuesday night
the bridal party of the Ellison-Mend
wedding were entertained at the home
of the bride's mother.
COMMUNITY HOUSE PROGRAM
Friday night--Vaudeville and pic
tures. Comedy night. A two reel
Ben Turpin comedy and a two reel
Toonerville comedy, "The Skipper's
Time is like
Buying Poor Sho
to Save Mone
1. One lot Infants
2. 39-40 inch Voil
3. Good quality BI
4. One table of M<
fords in tan and
5. $1.00 quality, M1
6.. 36-inch White]
skirts and boys
7. One lot of Won
8. One rack of WNo
9. 36-inch Nice Q
10. One lot of Infar
We have the "Texas Duo" comedy
musicians, a big time Keith act, to
complete the program. Wonderful
costumes, splendid music and dan
cing, with a million dollars' worth of
personality., 20 and _35c.
Saturday night-A five reel wes
tern, starring William Russell, in
"From the West." Then the "Texas
Duo" wil entertain you. 20 and 35c.
Monday-Constance Talmadge in
one of her latest, "Lessons in Love."
A six reel comedy drama, one of the
hits of the season. If you have ever
ben in love or expect to be, see this
in "Her Social Value." We have this
We carry a large
more popular m
haven't got it, we
taken for yearly s1
C. G. TIE
Vaudeville and p
ity House, Fridi
1-strap Tan and Black Pumps, t
e in assorted colors................
ue Denim Overalls, sewed with bl
n's fine quality Jno. C. Roberts
black, to close out at
en's good heavy weight full made
Linene Suiting, suitable for mi
suits, special price
Len's White Skirts, to close out al
men's and Misses Slippers and 0:
uality White Homespun.........
its' Black $1.25 1-strap Pumps, t4
last week bought some of the vez..
latest pictures put out by the First
National pictures, and they represent
the finest thing out in picture values.
Everyone of these pictures have or
will be run in Columbia for 30c, and
you c~n stay at home and enjoy the
same pictures for less.
Look ove: t.he bookings and give
"The Texa-, Due," big time vaude
ville coaiole comes direct from the
"JolEes," the Shriners Minstrel of
Columbia, to play our town for three
nights. We feel that we are lucky
to get such talent.
Go sce the baseball game', and then
see oan- entertainment.
-upply of all Ihe
agazines. If we
'11 get it. Orders
iy and Saturday
....................2 5 c
nd Just-Wright Ox
........ .............$ 4.48
Work Shirts .......75c
ddies, middy suits,
.........................7 5 c
fords for.. ........$1.75
close out at.......98c