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Miss Margaret Neil Social Editor.
Mr. Bruce Abernathy, of Charlott2.
was a recent visitor in town.
W. L. Dickerson, of Shelton, spent
Monday in town.
R. A. Meares, of Ridgeway, was in
James Edmunds of Ridgeway was in
E. E. Coleman of Shelton was a
business visitor here Monday.
Mr. Enoch Crowson, of Columbia,
spent the week-end here.
Judge 0. R. Purdy of Sumter, wa:
a business vihitor here Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. K. R. McMaster were
visitors in Columbia on Tuesday.
Mrs. Lyda Derrick and Miss Lucy
Derrick spent Sunday in Columbia.
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Little, of
Clinton, spent the week-end with Mrs.
M. E. Curlee.
Mrs. M. L. Cathcart arid iittle son
spent part of last week in Fort Mill
and Rock Hill.
Heyward Harden of the Carlisle
Fitting School spent the week-end at
his home here.
P. M. Brice, Marion Holley and E.
D. Sloan, Jr., of Columbia, spent the
week-end in town.
Miss Mary Seigier, who is teaching
in Hickory N. C., was at home for the
Mrs. W. 0. Br::e rctur.-ed c Sat
urday from a two weecks visit to rel
\atives in Spartanburg.
Miss Gene Snith, Miss Isabel Ho:
and Mr. P. N. Co:ingtcn spent Fri
day in. Columbia.
Miss Minnie Lee Seigler, who is
teaching in Munroe, N. C., this season
spent the week-end at home.
Mrs. A. M. Wicker, of Charlotte,
spent Sunday with he- sister, Mrs.
G. F. Long, who has been ver:: l1.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Timms and their
little daughter, Majorie, ar.d Mis
Rae Stevensoi- spent <ednesda; f
The friends of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Jordan will be glad to know that they
have returned to Columbi2- from Flo:
ence to live.
Thomas M. Lyles of Spartanburg
motored over from Spartanburg last
week for a short visit to Capt. and
Mrs. John W.- Lyles.
The John Bratton chapter of the
U. D. C. will meet on Friday after
noon at four o'clock at the residence
of Mrs. T. K. Elliott.
Mr. Wells, his sister, and Miss Mar -
ie Munson, of Columbia, motored up
on Sunday and spent the evening
with. Miss Rae Stevenson.
Those wishing flower seed or~ veg
etable seedl write AV. F. Stevenson,
Washington, D. C.. at orc':.T'
seed will be sent ' ':e un .
Misses Elizabeth Sloan,'Leila Tray
lor, Mrs. A. G. Quattlebaum rnd Rev.
and Mrs. W. P. Peyton attended the
Sewanee:-Carolina football game or:
Hugh H. Obear of Washington. D.
C., returned home Tuesday after
short visit here to his mother, Mv.:.
Norwood Obear and his aunts. Misses
Kate and Emily Obear.
Don't forget the foot-ball gamre
this afternoon between Mt. Zion and
Lancaster. Everybody be on hand
and "root" for the home boys. This
will be one of the best games on the
local field this year.
A telegram has been received by
Mr. J. 0. Boag announcing the death
of Mr.-James W. Bolick, a former resi
dent of this place, in Urhnz Thursday
morning. The funeral will probabily
be held here Friday.
Dr. Oliver Johnson, chairman, and
Mr. Etnest P. Blair and Miss Louise
Ellison have been named by head
quarters as managers of the Arnn:.al
Red Cr~oss Roll Call this year. The
campaigni will be held November 11th
The sale of the equipment. includ
ing all- desks for class rooms, office
furniture and opera chairs for the
auditorium for the new Mount Zion
Institute was comsummated Monday
morning by Mr. Ernest Gladden
There were seven bidders on this e
quipment, and we heartily commend
the action of the Board of Trustees
'in placing the ordIer through a local
FOR RENT-Good tvwelve horse' -arm
with good out buildngs andl ten
ant houses, near church and scho.d
for eight bales cotton.--M. W. Doty.
Mrs. J. J. Obear was hostess to the
Book Club at its November meeting
on Thursday afternoon. The roll call
was answered with current events.
The program was as follows: "The
Curioas Ways of Ants," by Mrs. E.
D. Sloan; "Short Life Story of a
Great Electrician", by Mrs. John
Douglass; "A Trans-Atlantic Voyage"
by Mrs. W. H. Willinghan. After a
pleasrnt social hour ices, cake and
coffee were served.
There were four new members at
The Music Club was entertained on
Friday afternoon by Mrs. W. M. Woll
ing. Wagner was the composer tud
ied. The roll call was answered with
the names of Wagner's operas. A
very interesting paper on "Wegner
as Man and Artist" was read by Mrs.
J. 1. Fayssoux. The rest of the pro
gram was a musical one. There was
a selection from Tannhauser, by Miss
Cooper Walkup; a sclection from Lo
hengrin, by Mrs. K. R. McMaster; a
vocal solo, by Mrs. J. M. Lyles. A
salad course with coffee was served.
Miss Frances Creight was hostess
to the Cultus Club on Friday after
no, The rooms were beautifully
eco:-ted in evergreens and chrysan
heums. Roll call was answered with
:urrent events. The program was in
:harge of Mrs. R. C. Gooding and
rs. W. R. Elliott. Two very inter
sting papers were read: "Famous
Prisons", by Mrs. Gooding; "Some of
the Modern Means of Ameliorating
the Condition of Prisoners",, by Mrs.
Elliott. The guests of the club were:
esdames Spencer, J. J. Obear, T. K.
Elliott, S. W. Heath, E. D. Sloan, W.
. Doty, L. H. Pritchard, Pressly
Damkmeyer of Hendersonville, and
'.iiss Sue Doty. Cream, cake and
wafers were served.
Little Miss Edith Lachowitz cele
brated her eleventh birthday on last
Thursdfy afternoon by giving a party
.o her little friends. About fifteen
Thildren were present. There was a
uessing contest in which Ruby Jack
son won a pisture puzzle; Polly Du
lap, a Kewpie doll; Louise Christmas,
bracelet; and Edith Lachowit-:,
>ox of bon bons. In the dinling roomri
the color scheme was pink and white.
Pink and white chyrsanthemums were
used for decoration. The favors were
attached to pink and white streamers,
which hung from a hoop suspended
over the table. Chocolate and cake
ROBERT STEVENSON WINS
PRIZES AT STATE FAIR.
In the Pig Club contest at the
State Fair, Robert Stevenson, who is
a member of the Pig Club in Fair
field County won four prizes on his
three pigs that he carried to the Fair.
Robert won first prize on one sow,
econdl on his other sow pig, and first
~rize on his boar pig. The boar pig
also won the prize offered for the
best individual Poland China on ex
hibition. Robert also won a prize
Shis corn. The total of his prizes
amo -ated to the nice sum of $53.00.
Roert has made a very fine re
c d ;i the Pig Club,. besides winning
C )unt prizes he has been a State
nner for two years. Fairfield
Count:y :hould feel proud of the rec
* hat Robert Stevenson has made
r. Cl'b xvork.
ORRANAGE WORK DAY PLAN
F'". THANKSGIVING PERIOD,
For several years in this state, and
n other Southern states, have observ
ed a custom that has now become well
established among our Sunday
Schools. Joint request is made by
'hornwel Orphanage, the Church
Home Orphanage, Epworth Orphan
age that all people who love God and
ittle children will contribute the in
ome or wages of at least one day to
the orphanage of his choice. It is
sggested that the plan be handled
in every Sunday School in South Ca
rolina by announcements made well
i;: advance and that a Saturday be
.tlected on which everybody includ
ig the children shall devote himself
to a task or special job if necessary,
ad contribute the income of the day
at his church on the following Sun
dy. Perhaps in some places it may
Drove more acceptable to have every
thing brought in on Thanksgiving
(lay. Each community may work out
it own plan for the observance of the
day but it is hopedl that many thous
ads of our people will adop;t the
3heme. If the friends of the orphan
should '9:th any sort of unamimity
ener into the proposed observance
o the d:ay there is little dloubt that
ench of OUr four church orphanages
ull receive enough to supply the
'urrnt ee~bforsometim to ome
PARTY FOR BRIDE-ELECT
Miss Heath was again the guest of
honor on Monday afternoon when Mrs
J. L. Bryson entertained at cards. I
Five tables were..arranged for bridge. i
The bride's place at the head table
was marked by a dainty Kewpie (loll g
dressed as a bride. The score prize,
a deck of cards, was won by Mrs. J. I
H. Boulware. The guest prize was V
two hand-made handkerchiefs. Mrs.
S. W. Heath and Mrs. Hattie Brown, I
of Darlington were invited in for re- g
freshments. The hostess was assist
ed in serving a salad course with cof- *
fee by Mrs. E. D. Sloan and Miss A
PARTY FOR MISS HEATH *
Miss Mary Carlisle Elliott enter- 0
tained at bridge on Saturday after- a
noon in honor of Miss Ella Crawford
Heath, whose marriage to James Mc- U
Kenney Elliott, takes place on\Thurs- a
(lay of this week. There were two
tables of players present. The top a
score was held by. Miss Mary Seig- J
ler, and she and the guest of honor
each received a dainty pongee hand- W
kerchief. When the cards were laid
aside a tempting luncheon wNas serv
ENTERTAINMENT AT MONTI- V
The Ladies of Monticello will have 9
a "Womans Rights Wedding" at Mon- *
ticello Friday night, November 17th,
S p. m. Admission 25 and 15 cents.
Supper will be served at reason
Proceeds to go to Monticello Bap- a
tist church. I
NEW BRIDGE CLUB FORMED I
Four tables of playerc met last
week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. *
U. G. DesPortes and formed a bridae
club, which held its first meeting on 1
Tuesday evening with Mr. and Mrs.
F. A. DesPortes. The highest score
was held by Mrs. A. Lee Scruggs.
Punch and sandwiches were served.
MISS OWENS ENTERTAINS
Miss Virginia Owens entertained at
bridge on Tuesday ofternoon in hon
or of' Miss Ella Crawford Heat.
There were five tables of players
;resent. " The score prize, a dainty
vanity, was' won b. Miss Priscilla
Ketchin.. Mrs. S. R. McMaster cut
the consolation, a deck of cards. Af
ter the cards were laid aside a sur
prise shower was given the bride
elect. The gifts were brought in by
ittle Miss Elizabeth Huestess, who
was charmingly dressed as a bride.
The out-of-town guests were: Mrs.
George Brown, of Darlington, Miss
Elizabeth Heath, of Columbia, Mrs. H.
E. Matthews and Miss Hamlin Lan-1
dis, of Charlotte. A sweet course
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Elliott gave a
dinner party on Monday evening in
honor of Miss Ella Crawford Heath
and their son, James McKenney Elli
ott. The color scheme was of pink
and white, pink chrysanthemums be.
ing used for a centerpiece. Covers
were 'laid for, twelve. A five course
dinner was served.
BRIDAL PARTY ENTERTAINED
Mrs. E. D. Sloan entertained on
Wednesday evening in honor of the
Heath-Elliott bridal party and num
erous friends. The whole lower floot
was thrown open to the guests. The
Irooms were p)rettily decorated in pink
chrysanthemums and pink roses. In
the (lining room the color scheme was
green and white. White chrysanthe
mums were used as a center piece.
The silver candlebra held green wax
candles. On the reflectior stood a
minature bride and tgroom dolls. Af
ter a delicious buffet sipper was serv
Ied, dancing was enjoyed.
- Beautiful in every detail was the
wedding of Miss Ella Crawford Heath
and James McKenney Elliott, of Cum
berl and, Md., which was solemnized
Ion Thursday evening at eight o'clock
at the home of the bride's parents,
IMr. and Mrs. Stewart William Heath.
The guests were met at the door
by Mr. and. Mrs. J. E. McDonald, Jr.,
Iand Miss Mary Carlisle Elliott. The
hall was beautiful in its dlecorations;
the stair rail was trimmed in white,
and with clusters of yellow, pink and
avener sweet peas.
The ceremony room was in bridal
white; and green palms, ferns and
white chrysanthemums were banked
against a background of white to
form an improvised altar. Soft glow
ng candles added to the beauty of the
Miss Mary Loche Barron, of Union,
rendered several violin solos accom
panied by Miss Alice Walker on the
piano before the ceremony.
Promptly at the appointedI hour to
the .rains of Lohengren's weddin .
1Give a. Cabinet of
I If you want to make an
Iunusual and very accept-i
1 able aift, let us suggest a
Cabinet o' Stationery with
the name and address of
If y to receive it, n *
each notehead and envel- *
ale giTis makes a wonder
ful ift or prize and is not
These Cabinets contain
250 Letterheads and 250 ev ,
Enveloes to match. There U
aie sizes for men and wom- *
er. and styles for personal. a
pr-ofessional and business
T'his is a new idea. See
one of these Cabinets' be
fore you select your grift.
We have an unusually well
selected line of
Personal Greeting Cards
H. B. CROWSON
Winnsboro, S. C.
Wesavansually well== *
-SOLD EVERYWHERE FOR
sle line ovea
PeronaGren's Cadse st
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Men' alas (new swl
COMMUNITY HOUSE PROGRAM
Friday-AMary Pickford in "Rebecca
of Sunnybrook Farm." This is a
special attraction and every child in
to-:.rn .hould :=e" it. It has been 12
r.'nts :ince the w'orlds veetheart
ias been on our screen.
Wedne.zday-Thomas Meighan in.
"Cappy Ricks". Did you ree him in
"Bochelor Datid::". well he was good
in it, and even better in "Cappy
Ricks". A snappy sea story with
plenty of thrills and some comedy.
He is the worlds good luck star and
yodve a Mi
THE WHLOLE OF THEIR I
\%'HEN YOU HAVE TH
OPEN A SPECIAL ACCC
You owe it to them, as
save. You re responsi
depending on you. Ope
SCOTC WOOLEN MILLS MA*
THE ONLY SINGLE PRIC
ANY TWO-PIECE SUIT
i.NY FULL SUIT OR OVERCOA
'REE with a pair of shoes.
Oil Cloth at..-.-.---.-.-.
' WEEK FOR THE ALUMINUM
re the talk of the town--the nice
I of thread FREE with every fivE
ew line of men's dress shoes. (
in Edmonds Shoes.
time. You can't fool him wil
e warm coop. He knows he wou
elow cost" prices is not held out
d meet those keen minded buye
1ere to get the most real value fi
we always know to expect the very.
best from his Pictures.
Coming November 23 and 24, "Con
necticut Yankee". November 30 and
December 1st, Gloria Swanson and
Rudolph Valentino in "Beyond the
Rocls". Deceinber 25 and 26th. Wal
lace Reid and Elsie Ferguson in "For
ever". December 27th and 28th,
"Queen of Sheba". January 1st and
2nd, "Over The Hills".
FOR SALE-Kerosene hot water
heaters. Cheap.-See J. H. Aiken
'UTURE IS MADE CLEAR
E NECESSARY MONEY.
UNT YHILE THEY ARE
well as to yourself, to
ble-they are helpless
n that account this day.
TO MEASURE CLOTHES
D LINE IN AMERICA
65c and $1.00
patterns and price is4
ome ana look them
WATCHES AND ALL
KINDS OF JEWEL
hDONE A4' LOWEST