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IN. TYO STATESi
FOUR PERSONS ARE KNOWN TO
- HAVE BEEN KILLED AND 50
OKLAHOMA AND COLARADO HIT
Wage In Oil Fields is Sure to be
Severe as Result of the
Drumwright, Okla. - Four persons
are known to have been killed, 50 were
injured, some seriously, and many are
missing as the result of a tornado
which struck the oil fields just south
east of here.
After striking'southwest of Drum
wright, the tornado descended near
Mannseord, about 25 miles northeast
of here. A man named Wall, aged -30,
was killed on an oil lease.
Several automobiles, filled with phy
sicians, departed at once for the
storm area from here and Oilton. The
total darkness, which covered the oil
field as a result of the destruction of
the electric lighting equipment, is hin
derini the work- of the rescue par
More than thirty houses of the oil
workers on the Roxana, Prairie and
Pue and Gypsy leases were wrecked,
and oil rigs and pumping machines are
strewn about for miles.
XThe Jennings family were living on
the Roxana lease. No trace of their
house has been found. Their bodies
were picked up a quarter of a mile
A heavy downpour set in Immediate
ly after the tornado passed and is con
tinuing, adding to the difficulty of
bringing in the injured.
Two of the injured brought here
were identified as Frank Hurst and
Mrs. Fannie Hurst, both of whom
lived in a grocery store in the Roxana
lease, where the storm first struck.
Denver, Colo.-Two persons dead,
two missing, several injured and prop
erty damage upwards of $50.000 was
the toll reported in the wake of a
series of tornadoes and thunderstorsm
which gripped southeastern Colorado.
The damaged area was the center of
a sleet and snow storm, wbich hit the
Rocky mountain states. Blizzard con
dItions prevail in most of the western
states, and heavy snowfall with lower
tem'peratures were reported alniost
Wire communications south and
west of Denver was demoralized. Defi
nite information was not available
concerning the extent of the tornadoes
reported to have struck near Rocky
Ford, Limon, Ordway and Sugar
Creek and a few other isolated Colo
World's FIrst Sky-Scraper Church
Chicago.-Dedicated as a symbol of
the permeating Influence of religion
in home, business and public life and
in all national and international rela,
tions, the cornerstone of the First
Methodist Episcopal church - the
world's first sky-scraper cathedrar
Located In the heart of the busy
"loop," the building, when completed
early next year. will be more than 21'
stories high. While technically under,
Meth'odist auspices, it was designed to
befrn-esentative of the Protestant
4C -nity of the world, a center of
lift or missionary enterprise,1
t of denominational control,
.rst three or four stories will
oe devoted largely to religious pur
poses. Above will be offices devoted
the activities of Christian churches
nd of business enterprises. "The
zilding is both a parable and a les.
n," declared Bishop Thomas' Nichol.
in, in his address.
$"It Is a symbol of how religion
Jd vitalize and permeate all of
'claring that the world "as neveu
oefore is looking to the pulpit and the
church for a solution of its problems,"
Dr. John Thompson, the pastor said,
"the only agency that can save the
-world from ultimate chaos Is the
G. W. Dixon, president of the be .rd
of trustees, gave the history of the
:church, tracing back to a log cabis
built in 1828, long before the city wan
granted a charter. The first building
yollege Editors Meet November 22.
'Columbia, S. C.-The College Press
esociation of the state will meet in
ilumbia November 22-24, with the
ulversity, Chicora college and Co.
3bia college playing the role of
sts. Numerous social affairs have
nw arranged for the visiting college
SVisi't to Mr. Wilson Planned.
lishington.-Plans5 for a visit to
tome of former President Wilson
iday by a delegation of "admirera
Swell-wishers" were announced
Sby Mrs. Kate Trenholm Abrams
2also headed the group of citizens
'alled on Mr. Wilson last Armis
da.Henry Morganthau,. of New
.for er ambassador to Turkey.
a ertd an inv-itation from Mrs
s'cmmitteE. it v.:is Ftatedl. tc
r. Wilson. It is expeccted
m er president will receive his
FAIRFIELD COUNTY NEWS
TOLD BY CORRESPONDENTS
(Continued from page one)
Blair spent the week-end with Mrs.
Berry Martin, Jr.
Our young people all attended the
Oyster supper at Monticello. "Todd
looks as though he enjoyed it highly.
Miss Aileen Coleman spent the
week-end with Mrs. A. F. Blair.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Frazier, Sr.,
w-ith Mr. Ray Blair spent Saturday in
The Pirent-Teachers association
:2t at the school house last Friday.
They reorganized and decided to have
a turkey supper at Mrs. L. M. Blairs
eN-:ember twenty fourth beginning
at 6 p. m.
Our farmers are looking forward
better herds. Mr. W. H. Long, Mr.
j. N. Owens and Mr. Claud Ragsdale
5 .~ o purchased some high bred
Mr. T. E. Wiikes has returned from
Ihe ho:pital gre..tly improved.
Mrs. John Blair visited friends at
irs the p t week-end.
rDckct- Adair spent Sunday
:1h ister, Mrs. L. S. Henderson.
:rs. J. K. Hair, of Great Falls.
ae a talk Wednesday afternoon to
e B. Y. P. U. members and we also
hd with us Mrs. Fowler, of Great
Mr. J. F. Thomasson, of Rock Hill,
motored to Great Falls Thursday on
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Smarr and Mrs.
W. J. Isenhower motored to Chester
Thursday for the Fair.
The Mitford school motored to
Chester Friday for the Fair.
Miss Ada Smarr spent Saturday
afternoon with Miss Isabel Glass.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Nichols and
children of Nitrolee, spent Sunday
with his mother, Mrs. J. A. Nichols.
Miss Elizabeth Thomasson spent
Sunday with her aunt, Mrs. J. M.
Mr. J. W. Keistler spent Sunday
with his son, Mr. L. F. Keistler.
Misses Janie Ford and Alma Knight
and Mr. Strother Ford spent the week
end in Chester with Mrs. Culp and
Miss Katherine Eichelberger spent
the week-end at home with her people.
Mrs. L F Keistler and children spent
Monday with Mrs. J. S. Glass and
Mr. W. B. Lumpkin spent Monday
with Mrs. J. S. Glass.
Miss Jane Belle Lumpkin is suffer
ing a lots with her hand but we hope
for her a speedy recovery,
B. Y. P. U. Sunday morning im
mediately after services all are 'in
vited to stay with us.
Mr. W. C. Ratteree passes through
the village quite often now on busi
Miss Rebecca Richardson, Alica
Taylor andl Lona Lee Beckham are
attending Ridgeway High school this
Mrs. James McCarley of Colimbir.
spent last Thursday with Mrs. R. L.
Mrs. Robert Vaughn has returned
home from a few (lays spent with her
Mr. Hubert Taylor is nowv at home
from Mount Holley, N. C., where he
has been at work.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Beckham
and little son, spent last Sunday with
Mrs. S. C. Broom, Mrs. Saran
Broom andl Eugene Broom spent the
(lay with relatives in Ridgeway.
Mrs. C. L. Richardson andl little
laughter are spending a few (lays
in Winnboro with Mrs. Mary :Broom.
Mrs. Thomas Peay, of Ridgeway, is
teaching the Simpson school.
Mrs. C. L. Richardson has organ
17ed a Christian Endeavor in the
J. S. and WV. C. Edmunds, R. C. and
C. E. Thomas, Gaston Meares, Mr.
andl Mrs. Henry Moore, Misses Jen
nie andl May Thomas and Mrs. Le
Master were among those who attend
el the Sewanee-Carolina game in Co
lumbia on Saturday.
Mrs. W. Hubert Ruff, Jr., has re
turned to Raleigh after a visit to Mr'.
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Nicholson have
returned from Woodward.
A number of the teachers attend
ed the Study Class in Winnsboro on
Mr. Crosby, of Columbia, motored
from Columbia and held service at
the Methodist church.
Mrs. R. C. Thomas entertained the
Bridge Club on Wednesday afternoon.
The prettily arranged tables were
marked with autumn cards and bright
colored fall flowers were used about
the -ooms. Miss Gertrude Meares
holdang the highest score was given
dainty prize. A salad course was
served at the conclusion of the games.
Cards ,have been receivedI by a num
ber of interested friends to the mar
to H. C. Edmunds, of Ridgeway, 01
the evening of November fifteenth i
the Presbyterian church at York
Owing to the popularity of this coupli
the occasion will be one of state wid
interest. Miss Ashe, who has visite
Ridgeway on several occasions, ha:
already made friends who are look
ing forward to her living here. Shc
is a graduate of Chicora Collegt
where she specialized in music, pos
sessing a voice of unusual sweetness
Mr. Edmunds is a son of the late J
S. Edmunds and one of the leading
business men of the town. He studi
ed at South Carolina University and
"Black" as he is popularly known i
a great favorite in all circles.
THE HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALI
Rock Hill, Oct. 31.-The following
schedule of basketball games for th<
coming season has been arranged by
the officials of the Catawba Athleti<
Chester vs Ft. Mill in Ft. Mill.
Lancaster vs..Great Falls in Lan.
Winnsboro vs Kershaw in Kershaw
Rock Hill vs Winthrop Training
School in Rock Hill.
York vs Clover in Clover.
York vs Winthrop Training Schoo
Rock Hill vs Winnsboro in Rocl
Kershaw vs Ft. Mill in Ft. Mill.
Chester vs Great Falls in Grea
Lancaster vs Clover in Clover.
Lancaster vs Ft. Mill in Lancaster
Chester vs Winnsboro in Chester.
Kershaw vs Winthrop Trainin
School in Kershaw.
Rock Hill vs York in York.
Clover vs Great Falls in Grea
Great Falls vs Rock Hill in Grea
Lancaster vs York in York.
Chester vs Winthrop Trainin
School in Rock Hill.
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Kershaw vs Rock Hill in Rock Hill.
Great Falls vs York inGreat Falls.
Fort Mill vs Winthrop Training
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Winnsboro vs Lancaster in Winns
Clover vs Chester in Clover.
Chester vs Rock Hill in Chester.
York vs Kershaw in York.
Great Falls vs Fort Mill in Fort
Lancaster vs Winthrop Training
School in Rock Hill.
Clover vs Winnsboro in Clover.
Winnsboro vs. Great Falls in
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Ft. Mill vs York in Ft. Mill.
Rock Hill vs Lancaster in Lancas
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Chester vs York in Chester.
Rock Hill vs Clover in Clover.
Lancaster vs Kershaw in Lancas
SHILOH COLORED SCHOOL
To the Editor:
The Shiloh Colored school opened
The following program was carried
Song. Since Jesus Came Into My
Heart, by one of the teachers.
Prayer by Rev. J. C. Hilton.
Scripture lesson by Rev. Oliver
Remarks by 1. W. Rose, after
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which Rev. Rosier introduced Mr. J.
L. Brice, Supt of Education for Fair
field county. Mr. Brice made one of
the best speeches I have ever heard
on such an occasion. Following this
a collection of $57.00 was taken to
run the school longer.
At the night session a short ser
mon was preached by Rev. J. C. Hil
ton, the collection was $7.00. Re
marks were made by Rich Colwell and
benediction by J. C. Hilton.
J. C. Hilton.
Hiccoughs is not necessarily a form
of spiritualism. All hiccoughs do not
come from departed spirits.
If everybody got "value received"
on every occasion some of us would
get our heads knocked off.
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Ireland may not be heaven but it
seems quite a recruiting station.
The right of way maintained is
sometimes the way to the hospitaL
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