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Miss Margaret Neil Social Editor.
Have you civic pride? Then pat
ronize the Bridge Tournament to be
held soon. Help us to make our town
cleaner and more beautiful. Watch
The Thomas Woodward chapter of
the '. A. R., will hold its September
meeting on Friday afternoon, Sept
ember 15th, at 4:30 o'clock, at the
residence of Mrs. J. H. Cathcart.
There will be a called meeting of
the John Bratton chapter of- the U.
D. C., in the Community Building
on Friday afternoon, September 8th..
at 5:30 o'clock. A full attendance
The Bridge Club will meet Thurs
day with Miss Bec. Hanahan.
Miss Isabel Hoy was a week-end
visitor at Woodward.
Miss Janie. H00 spent the week
end at her home here. %
Mr. Jesse Doty is spending this
week at Glenn Springs.
Miss Melissa Warlick is a visitor
this week at the Manse.
* Mrs. Preston Rion spent several
days last week in Liberty Hill.
Mr. Joe Martin, of Washington, D.
C., spent Mondfay in town.
Mr. and Mrs. Mobley, Of Columbia,
spent Sunday with S. D. Elfison.
Miss Clayton Blaine, of Greenwood,
is visiting Miss Rebecca Phillips.
Miss Minnie Lee Seigier has re
turned to Monroe to resuime her werk
Mr. Marion Holky, of Columbia,
was a visitor here the past week-end.
Mr. J. E. McDonald, Sr., is spend
ing his vacation at Glenn Springs.
Mr. Charlie McDonald is at home
for a short furlough from Annapolis.
Mr. Lawrence Hamilton left on
Monday for Johnson City, Tennessee.
Mr. F. A. DesPortes returned'Tues
da a month's stay at Brevard'.
tw l& sons
their haine mi
"Mrs. ILM Curlee and Miss Irene
77Weesday shoP fg in
Mr. Q. .E. Crwson, of Cohnnhia,
spent the week-end here with his
Mr. W. D. Douglas and Dwight,
motered to Chester Monday for the
Mrs. M. W. Doty has returned
from a stay of several weeks in Bro
vard, N. C.
Mrs. D. A. Crawford -spent Thurs
day with Mrs. W. L McCrory, of
Mr. Meadows Camak, of Spartan
burg, was a visitor of Roy. Robinson
Mrs. George Ruff, of Greenwood,
spent several days with Mrs. D. C.
Ruff this week.
Mr. Reid Harden left Thursday for
Newman, Georgia, to take a position
in the school there.
Miss Francis Johnson has return
ed from Great Falls after a two weeks
stay with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Pritchard and
Sybil returned Tuesday after six
weeks at Hendersonville.
Messrs Ernest Crawford and James
Smith attended a dance in Newberry
on Tuesday night.
Mrs. James Edrington and Mrs.
Harold Turner spent the week-end in
Miss Lucille Kirkpatriek has gone
to Hamlet, N. C., where she will teach
the coming session.
James L. Smith has returned from
a visit to his sister, Mrs. Seaman
Richardson, in Mganning.
Mrs. Frances Henry and Mrs. Will
Leslie, of Abbeville, are the guests
of Mrs. J. B. Doty.
J. W. Cathcart, S. C. Cathcart and
J. B. Doty have returned from a trip
R. Y. Turner has returned from- a
visit to Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Turner,
in Marshaltown, Iowa.
Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Patton spent
the past week-end' at Cross Anchor,
Mr. Jesse Branilett spent the Pasl
week-end at, the home of Mr. U. G.
Mr. and Mrs. C. McMullen and
family, of Florence, are visiting Mr
and Mrs. J. H. Gibson.
Mrs. S. E. Richmond has returned
from a stay of several weeks in Rocl
Hill and Bessemer City, N. C.
Mrs. S. C. Byrd and Mr. Cosby
Byrd, of/ Columbia, spent Wednesday
with The Rev. G. G. Mayes.
Mrs. Minor Workman, Miss Carrie
Mayes and the Rev. G. G. Mayes spent
Tuesday in Columbia.
Mrs. Clarence Bowers and little
boys, of Glenn Springs, are visiting
Judge and Mrs. W. L. Holley.
Mrs. Thomas Edwards and little
son, who live near Savannah, are vis
iting, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Robinson,
Miss Lucy Derrick returned Sat
urday after a month's stay with rel
atives in Savannah and Columbia.
Rev. and Mrs. John D. Holler havE
returned home after a month's sta5
in the mountains of North Carolina
Mr. James Elliott, of Atlanta spen1
part of last week here with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Elliott.
Mrs. John Bomar and family havo
returned after spending the summei
in the mountains of North Carolina
Mr. Mark Doty left Sunday foi
Lexington, Virginia to resume hi
studies at Virginia Military Institute
Mr. P. M. Brice returned to Colum
bia, Tuesday after spending severa
days with his mother, Mrs. W. 0
Miss Annie Ketchin leayes toda
for Greensboro, where 'she will be j
member of the faculty at the Greens
Miss Carrol Clements returned o
Monday from Savannah where sh
spent her vacation with relatives an
Misses Rebecca Robinson, Madg
Ruff and Ellen Wheeler spent som
time with Mrs..J. L. Robinson thi
Mrs. Glover Jordan returned to .he
home in Vartsvile on Thy4rsday af.te
spending severa days with Mrs. R
Mrs. Lida Derrick and Miss Uzzi
Ohnsoi~ have ,e
oein Colueile onSndya
speding severa <days withMrs.
Miss Hazel Crmwson left Tuesda,
for Burlington, N. C. She has ay
cepted a position tEo teach in th
Mr. and Mrs. W.d.oM. Aiken an'
little daughter have returned afte:
a delightful trip to Hendersonvilli
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Haynes an<
family left for their home in Salis
bury after visiting Mr. and Mrs. J1
W. Haynes. . , ..
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Robinson
Roy Robinson and Miss Eliza Bele
Crlee' motored to Fyorence Satur
day for the week-end.
The friends of Miss Nan Niel are
glad to se6 her out again after hay
ing her tonsils removed at the Colum
bia Hospital last week.
Miss Lois McDonald is at home fo:
a- few weeks stay before returning
to Greensboro to resume her work a
the Greensboro Normal.
Messrs U. G. DesPortes, C. A. Rob
inson, W. M. Wolling, J. H. Brai
lett and H. C. Miler left on Monday
for a weeks fishing trip at Bridge
water, N. C.
Mrs. Preston Brooks, Mr. and Mrs.
Preston Brooks, Jr., of Sewanee, Tenn
and Mrs. Kirby Smith, of Havanna,
Cuba, were the guests of Mrs. R. E.
son this week.
Mr. ,and Mrs. Mof'fat McDonald
have returned to Columbia after vis
iting Mr. and Mrs. J. E. McDonald.
Mrs. C. S. McCants accompanied them
to Columbia to visit relative's.
Mr. and Mrs. John Walker motored
to Columbia Wednesday to meet Mrs.
V. G. Kinnard and two sons, of Ken
tucky, who will visit Mrs. Kinnard's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. V .Walker.
Miss May Martin left F'riday for
Columbia where she' will join Miss
Mattie Martin before going to the
mountains of North Carolina for a
Miss Melissa Warwick, of States
vlle, spent Friday with Miss Aletha
Mayes. Miss Warwick and Miss
Mayes are both members of the facul
t of the Chicora College foi Wom
Te follow-ing party motorerd from
Columbia Sunday and were the guests
for the day of Mrs. G. B. McMaster:
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ruff; Cordie
Ruff and Misses Gordan and Genie
The followiiig party motored from
Columbg Sunday and spent the day
with Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Robertson;
Mr. and Mrs. Frank McNulty, Frank
McNulty, Jr., axid Misses Margaret
McNulty and Lutie Robertson.
Mrs. Frank Watson and little
daughters, Francis and Althea, re
turned from Dillon Sunday after
spending several weeks with Mr.
Watson who is superintendent of the
Sbuthern Cotton Oil Mill there.
The members of the Young Peoples
Society of the Presbyterian church
enjoyed a swimming party and picnic
at Reimers Pond on Thursday even
ing. They motored down in the after
noon, and after enjoying the swim
ming, a picnic supper was served.
Miss Izetta Clarke, of Greenwood,
spent the week-end here. She was
accompanied back to Greenwood Mon
day by Mr. Maxie Turner, also of
that city, who was a visitor here on
Monday at the home of Mr. F. M.
A public library and reading room
has been opened in the east wing of
the Community Building. The room
is well furnished with comfortable
chairs, and presents a most attract
ive appearance with its two long
tables covered with the leading news
- papers and magizines and its shelves
I of books. There are several hundred
volumes of standard works and mod
ern novels. This fills a long felt
peed in Winusboro. The committee,
who has accomplished this deserves
great credit, and should have the
appreciation of every one in the com
munity. This appreciation can best
be shown by becoming a subscriber
to the library. A membership Tee
of only $3.00 a year is asked. The
New Yorik Times, The Washington
Evening Post, The Atlanta Journal
are among the papers taken. To
read any of these in your own home
would cost you :several times the
membership fee. However this part
of the libray is open to all, and it
is the wish of the committee to malke
r this a community center. Miss Anna
McCants has been secured as lbrar
ian, and the library is open on Sat
ternoon from 2 to 7, except on Sat
urdays when the hours are from 10
to 12 in the morning, and from 2 to
4 et -The duef are
ut : izse. for running expenses and
or ing 8 w ooks: This is but
small begiining: of the end in view.
Winsbaro is the type of town that
ealizes the advantages of a .com
niunity' library. Add YOUR name
to the list of members. Twice be
fore Winnsbdro has had a small' li
brary, both times destroyed by fire,
let us build up a larger and .better
library this time and let it be a real
On last Thoirsday 'night, August
31st, Miss M. E. Clarke gave a con
versation party in honor of the young
ladies leaving for college andeto teach
school. About thirty guests enjoyed
the party which was at the beautiful
country home of Mr. Mack Clarke,
in Jackson Creek community..,
The guests assembled out in the
front yards. Iced tea was served.
On Saturday night at Chester, Miss
Lizzie Clarke wvas married to Mr. Er
nest Stevenson, by the Rev. G. C.
Roper. They were accompanied to
Chester by Ernest Crawford and'Mac
Hall andl Miss Elizabeth Hood who
were attendants at the ceremony.
SHOWER FOR BRIDE-ELECT.
A lovely shower was given the
bride-elect, Miss Wilhemena Mayes,
on Friday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. F. E. Propst, Jr.
The cozy bungalow was most at
tractive in its quanities of red dahlias,
red and white being the color scheme
which gas carried out in every de
tail. Q'uantities of red paper hearts
appeared on all sides. Tables filled
the ieception hall, dining room and
porch where the interesting game of
hearts was enjoyed. The bride's
chair was marked by .a large bow of
white tulle from which floated many
streamers of small red hearts. An
other bride-elect, Miss Irene Curlee,
had a seat of honor marked in a sim
ilar manner and to whom was pre
sented a dainty gift of lingerie.
The refreshments carried out the
color scheme, consisting of heart shap
ed salad, sandwiches and cake, also
fruit punch. On each glass of punch
was perched a unique favor, in the
form of a bird, each one having a
red heart in its mouth which bore
this inscription: Mayes-Douglas,
September 19, 1922.
Just at the close of the party, two
little girls, Jeanette Propst and Mary
basket apparently filled with red I
hearts but when opened by Miss
Mayes, fo whom it was presented,
was found t obe filled with many use
ful and pretty gifts for the bride.
Mrs. J. G. McCants was hostess to
the Cultus Club at its September
meeting on Friday afternoon. The
roll call was answered with current
events. A magizine article on the
six most prominent women in Ameri
ca was read by Miss Louise Ellison.
Miss Mallie McMaster read an article
on women prominent in politics. The
guests of the club were: Mesdames
Bennet, R. E. Ellison, L. D. Wells
and Miss Belle Harris. Ices and
wafers were served.
Mrs. John Hood was Ilostess to the
Music Club on Friday afternoon.
This meeting was a business one. The
programs for the coming year were
received and copied. A sweet course
Mrs. John Walker entertained ati
bridge Monday afternoon. At the
conclusion of the games Miss Floride
Mar'in was found to have the highest
score and was presented with a cut
glass bon bon dish. -Ices and cake
was served by the hostess.
To the Women of South Carolina:
GO TO THE POLLS ON SEPT
EMBER TWELFTH AND VOTE.
There are many good women whose
apparent indiffenence to the public
welfare is due solely to the fact'that
they have not yet realized that vote
ing is a sacred duty which no worthy
citizen can ignore.
HOGS WANTED-If you have some
good hogs see me or phone 151.
W. B. Porter. 23
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Hosery Mills, Darby, Pa.
Stopr ing th4
Time is like
Buying Poor Shoe
to Save Mone~
and be saf
for groceries and
We will be glad to have
you visit our store
W. B. Porter.
There Is a Difference in
the Price of Seed.
Before you sell, 'try the
market. I buy inde
pendent of any mill.
Phone or wire me be
fore 'you sell your car
W R Doty, Jr.
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$1.O0 And a New Yawd
CASH She ri~e givenRt
the wearer who finds Paperaintle
keels, esaunters, insoles or outsoles
if any shoes made by -us bearing
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