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LOCALS
Miss Margaret Neil Social Editor.
Mr. R. H. Boulware of Rock Hill
spent the week-end here.
Mrs. James Macfie is visiting her
parents near Savannah.
Mr. D. W. Douglas and family
spent Tuesday in Columbia.
Miss Jane Ketchin is visiting Miss
Freeman of Columbia.
Mr. Paul Scott of Florence wa- a
visitor here on Saturday.
Miss Cooper Walkup is at Rock
Hill attending summer school
Miss Elizabeth Sloan leaves t day
for Richmond to visit relatie
Mrs. 0. E. Crowson i viiitnc at,
her old home at Maxton. N. C.
Mrs. D. R. Coleman Jr. &)h e1 (I'
visited her home here thie wee .
Miss Lillian Robinscn of Lancast
er is visiting 'Mrs. Lucile Kirkpatrick.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Aiken ant lt
tle daughter were visitors at Saer
Sunday.
Miss Lizzie Robertson o: Columbia
was a visitor at her home here on
Sunday.
Miss Nannie Seigler returned Sm
day having visited freinds in Orange
burg.
Mr. B. F. Yarborough of Jenkins
ville was a business visitor here this
week.
Mr. John. L. Edens of the Columbia
bar was here on legal business this
week.
Miss Jennie Beaty of Charlotte is
spending a few days with Miss Ella
Beaty.
Miss Dimple Elliott is spending
some time in the mountains of North
Carolina.
Mrs. Heyward of Columbia is visit
ing her daughter, Mrs. Edwin McDon
ald Jr.
Mrs. W. P. Peyton returned on Sat
urday after visiting her parent's at
Darlington.
Mayor Charlie Robinson is out a
gain after several days illness at his
home.
Mr. Stedman Sloan and family of
Aichmond, is visiting his brother, Mr.
E.1). Sloan.
Mrs. Wilheminia Quattlebaum of
Columbia is visiting her son, Dr. A.
G. Quattlebaum.
Mrs. Dupre and children of Spart
anburg are visiting Mr. and Mrs. T.
K. Elliott.
Miss Theo Young of Union left
Thursday for her home after visiting
Mrs. G. F. Patton.
Mrs. W. J. Haynes and Miss Hazel
Haynes left Wednesday Ice a visit to
relatives in Wilmington.
Miss Mittie Spence of Ridgeway
spent several days this week with
Miss Alice Walker.
Judge and Mrs. W. L. Holley, Elli
ott and Miss Susie Crawford shopped
in Columbia Tuesday
Mr. F. H. Gantt of Columbia was
*a visitor at the home of his uncle, Mr.
L.. Gantt, on Sunday.
Mr. Charles Dwight of Charleston
returned Monday after visiting his
sister, Mrs. G. F Patton.
Mr. and Mrs George Martin and
family 'are visiting Mrs. Martin's
-former home here.
Misses Annie and Julia Gantt and
Mr. J. M. Lyles motored t.> Columbia
Tuesday for the day.
Mrs. J. S. Elliott of Bryson City
has returned after visiting her father,
Mr. W. S. Weir.
Mr. Dick McMaster, who has been
visiting J. H. McMaster, Jr, left
Thursday for West Point.
Tom Glover Jordan of Hartsville
arrived Wednesday to spend the sum
mer here with friends.
Messrs. M. M. Stewart and G. F.
Patton are attending hte State Teach
ers Association in Roc kHill.
Mr. Osmiond Brown who has been
visiting his grandmother left Friday
for his home in Bennettsville.
Messrs P~. M. Dees and H. E. Cald
well motored to Marion spending Sun
day and Monday with relatives.
The many friends of Mrs. G. B. Mc
Master are 'delighted to know that
she is back from the Columbia Hos
pital.
Mrs. J. M. Douglas left on Monday
for her home in Hickory Grove after
visiting her brother-in-hw, Mr. W. D.
nmwn.s
Miss Emelyn Macfie was a shopper
in Columbia on Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin McDonald
;pent Wednesday in Charlotte.
Miss Elizabeth Miller of Rock Hill
is visiting Mrs. Samuel Lindsay.
Miss Nan Neil left on Wednesday
,or a visit to friends in Easley.
Miss Kathleen Williams is at home
gain after a visit in Kings Mountain.
M:S. H. H. Withers and children of
Chester are visiting Mrs. J. J. Neil.
Litlie Miss Dudley Cosby of Clint
on i sa visitor this week at the Manse.
Mis Hallie Haynes has returned
:rom a ten weeks stay in Salisbury,
N. C.
.dis-es Gene and Irene Smith are
viitir.- in Myitle Beach and Mann
mng.
Mi- Virinia Wallace Williams
sent a few days her with Miss Alice
A. Waiker.
Miss Marion Seigler left Wednes
da- .morning to visit Miss Christine
McNair at Hartsville.
Miss Mamie Jones is at home from
Cedar Springs, where she teaches
domestic science.
Miss Essie Home, has retui-ned
after visiting her cousin. Miss Mabel
McCarley, in Columbia
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Robinson at
tended the Freeman-Hamer wedding
in Columbia Wednesday.
Miss Jane Ketchin has returned
from a fsit to her friend, Mrs. Thom
as Fickling in Columbia.
Misses Lois McLaughlin and Mary
Cobb of Rock Hill are the guests of
Mrs. D. V. Walker, Jr. Mrs. Walker
entertained in honor of her young
guests on Wednesday afternoon.
Little Miss Dudley Cosby of Clint
on is a visitor this week at the Manse.
home of her aunt, Mrs. D. V. Walker,
Jr.
Mr, W. R. Doty has as her guests,
her :,..o nieces, Misses Elizabeth and
Anna Steele Taylor, of Nicholasville,
Kentucky.
Mr. W. R. Doty, Jr, entertained a
number of the young people Wednes
day afternoon with a swimming party
at Blythewood.
Mrs. W. 0. Brice and Miss Marg
aret Brice returned Monday aftei
visiting P. M. Brice in Columbia fo7
the pa.st week.
Miss Sallie Hoy, of Sumter, and Al
ton Hoy of Draughons Business Col
lege are visiting their parents, Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Hoy.
Misses Mary Seigler and Rebekah
Jennings and W. R. Doty, Jr., motor
ed to Columbia Tuesday, returning
that afternoon.
Mrs. John Strohecker returned to
her home in Monck's Corner today
after several weeks visit to Mrs. J. W,
Seigler and Mrs. Mamie Chandler.
Miss Bessie Moore returned fromr
Clover on Monday after visiting her
aunt, Miss Mary Moore, formerly of
Winnsboro.
Mrs. J. B. Amiick returned to her
home in Newberry Sunday after vis
iting her daughter, Mrs. J. H. Aiken,
for the past few week..
Mr. and Mrs. Preston Burrkmever
returned to their home in Henderson
ville Sunday and were accompanied
by Mrs. Burckmeyer's mother, Mrs.
R. E. Ellison.
Mr. Charlie. K. Dniglas, havirz
completed a four year course at Pres
byterian College, is with his aunts,
Misses Maggie and Lizzie Douglas,
for the summer.
Mr. F. S. Keene, of Atlanta, spent
part of the week here. Mr. Keene
rlent last year in Winnsboro connect
ed with Lockwood-Greene and Comp
any and is welcomed back by his
friends.
Mr. and Mri. Steadman Sloan and
little son of Richmond left on Thurs
day for an automobile trip to Ashe
ville and other resorts before return
ing to Richmonkd. They were accomp
anied home by Miss Elizabeth Sloan.
Mrs. Roberts of Atlanta returned
to her home last Saturday after
spending several weeks with Mrs. E.
E. Roberts of the Mill Village. She
was accompanied home by Mr. Wal
lace Roberts.
Theres a home-made radio phone
in West End crudely constructed by
a bunch of high school boys in an old
barn, but the instructive and enter
taining programs they're getting
these nights are worth listening to.
The friends of Mr. Claude Ruff
will be glad to know that he is able
to be out again after several weeks
of typhoid fever. He visited his
THE N?.&Wb 4"NjuflZ'
Mrs. William Haynes, Miss Hazel
Haynes and Miss Daisy Belle left on
Wednesday for a ten days visit to
Wrightsville Beach.
The Cultus Club will meet on next
Friday afternoon. July 8th., at five
o'clock with Mrs. M. W. Patriec ati
N hite Oak.
Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Boa- have re
turned home after taking in the Con
federate Reunion and making a visit
to Rev. D. T. Lauderdale and family
at Natural Bridge Virginia.
The many friends of Lieut. W. 0.
Brice, U. S. M. C., will be interested
to learn that he was one of the ten
honor graduates out of a class of 55
officers at Camp Quantico, Va., last
week. Lieut. Brice made the highest
average among the Lieutenant.s. Af
ter a month's hike in which the battle;
of Gettysburg will be refought with
both ancient and modern artillery,
Lieut. Brice will be stationed at Paris
Island.
Miss Alice Walker entertained on
Tuesday evening in honor of her guest
Miss Virginia Wallace Williams, of
Columbia; and her cousin, Richard
McMaster, Jr. About twenty guests
spent the evening infornially on the
lawn, where delicious ices and cake
were served. Miss Kathleen Williams
and John C. Buchanan, Jr., assisted
Miss Walker in entertaining.
PARTY FOR NIECE.
Mrs. D. V. Walker, Jr, entertained
about twenty quests at a delightful
lawn party on . riday evening in hon
or of her little neice, Miss Dean Mc
Laughlin, of Rock Hill.
At a late hour delicious and cool
iug refreshments were served by the
hostess.
IN HONOR OF SISTER.
Mrs. John Walker entertained at
cards informally on Thursday in hon
or of her sister, Mrs. Harold W. Carr,
of Corning, N. Y. Mrs. K. R. McMas
ter held the highest score and was
presented with a lovely perfume bot
tle. Several guests were invited in
afterwards. A delicious salad course
with iced tea was served after the
games.
MRS. DAVIS HONOREE.
Mrs. A. S. Davis, Jr. was guest of
honor at a bridge party -on Tuesday
afternoon given by Mrs. J. . Hard
en, Jr. It was the annual party
of the Thursday Bridge Q , rs
avis aving e ono 0
ing the highest yearly av score,
Four tables of players enjo ed Mrs
Harden's hospitality. Among the
number of guests present besides
club members were: Mesdames Harold
W. Carr, of Corning, N. Y., J. D. Har
rison, of Greenwood, H. H. Withers,
of Chester, Gordon Grant, George
Lauderdale, D. V. Walker, Jr., John
Walker, L. D. Wells and Misses Anne
Ketchi and Lilla. B. Ketchin. At
the conclusion of the games Mrs.
Grant held the top score and was pre
sented with a pretty vanity. Mrs.
Davis was presented with a lovely
Madeira mat, and Mrs.- Carr also re
ceived .a pretty handkerchief. A de
licious salad course with iced tea was
served'by the hostess assisted by Mrs.
D. V. Walker, Jr.
MRS. BRYSON ENTERTAINS..
Mrs. J. L. Bryson entertained at
cards this week, giving a lovely bridge
on Tuesday morning. Five tables
were set for bridge in the wide hall
and the two living rooms. As the
guests arrived they were served re
freshing punch by. Misses Mary Doug
las and Agnes Macfie. The games
ended with Mrs. Steadman Sloan of
Richmond holding the highest score.
The prize was a dainty hand-painted
vanity , and the consolation, which
was cut by Mrs. Samuel Lindsay, was
a hand-painted. booklet of jelly labels.
The delicious refreshments of ices
and cake, carried oust a pretty scheme
of green and gold.
Again on Wednesday Mrs. Bryson
entertained. The home was prettily
decorated in great bowls. of shasta
daisies and nasturtiums. Five tables
were placed in the cool rooms where
bridge was enjoyed, and a number of
guests also enjoyed the morning in
conversation on the porch. The high
est score for the morning was held by
Mrs. John Hugh. Boulware, who was
given adeck ofcards as prize. Mrs.
James Edmunds, of Ridgeway, cut as
consolation a lovely ribbon vanity.
After the games a frozen salad with
sandwiches and iced tea were served1
by Misses Margaret Brice, Mary
Douglas and Agnes Macfie.
PIANO SACRIFICE.
Due to inability to keep up pay-i
ments, we have had a high grade pia
no, in the best of condition, turned
back to us. This instrument we can
sell for a rare bargain, giving terms
to responsible parties. For full par- i
ticulars, address Ludden and Bates,
- ., Georgtia.
Absolutely Free!!
.During the month of July we are go=
i gto give a ticket good for one vote
ith every dollar purchase to be vo
t d for the church of your choice in
t e county which you would like to
h ye receive a Fifty Dollar donation.
he votes will be placed in a box i
t e store as issued and at the end of
t e month the votes will be counted
b a committee, and to the church re
c iving the most votes we will do
n te the sum pf $50.00.
i the county, and any person can
v te whether a member of any church
o not. Ask for your ticket. Remem
b 'r this does not.conflict in any way
with our premium offer.
July.Clearance Sale
In addition to the above, we will.
put on a July Clearance Sale, reduc
ing on all summer goods. The re
duced prices will prevail during the
entire month.
We are not giving a long list of
prices, because our prices are all bar
gains. Come and see.
THE BATTERY
Winnsboro, S. C.

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