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Mrs. L. W. Tutt has returned from
a visit to Griffin, Ga.
Miss Gladys Wilson of Watts is
visiting Miss Maggie Brooks.
Misses Julia and Susie Mabry will
spend Easter in Atlanta.
. Mrs. Osie Nickles of Hodges spent
Thursday in the city shopping.
Willie G?mbrell of Greenwood is
visiting Robert Hagen.
Frank Harrison has returned from
a pleasant te-ip to Charleston.
J. H. Whaley was a business visi
tor in Anderson Thursday.
Mrs. C. E. Williamson and chil
dren are visiting relatives in Pansy,
George Clark of Augusta spent
Thursday with his mother, Mrs.xA
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Hall and Miss
Bertha Hall spent Wednesday in
Misses Jennie Nance and Willie
Lanier of Due West College were in
Mrs. Augusta Eigerman went to
greenwood on professional business
Miss Mary Adams has gone to
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.fountain inn to spcuu ciaskct mi.
her cousin, Miss Lucia Adams.
Mrs. J. I. McCain and Miss Mildred
McCain and Mrs. Todd of Due West
were visitors in Abbeville today.
The streets of Abbeville looked de
serted on Thursday. The farmers are
busy plowing up young boll weevil.
Walter Winn and Goode Thomson
attended the Erskine-P. C. game at
Due West Wednesday.
Mrs. Tom Klugh nd family of in
teresting boys, left today for Au
gusta to visit the mother of Mrs.
Mrs. W. C. Reedy of Johnson City,
Tenn. is expected in Abbeville today
to make a visit of several weeks to
her home people.
vMrs. Charlie Armour was called to
her hom? in Philoemath, Ga., on ac
count of the death of her sister-in
law, Mrs. Cyrus Pittard.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Raycroft, Mrs.
J. R. Nickles and Willie and Ren
Bradley toured over to Greenwood
Thursday in the new Studebake.
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Mrs. Mae Steele has returned to
her home in Lancaster after a pleas
ant visit to her sister, Mrs. Robert
Greene on Church street.
unaries uaivert ana tsui nm ox <
Abbeville spent Sunday in the city ]
visiting friends.?Laurens Advertis
Mrs. S. G. Thomson, Mrs. J. M, 1
Lawson and Mrs. Joe Little visited <
Dr. Louis Russell in Greenwood on i
Mrs. Powell of Georgia, spent Sun- ]
day and part of Monday in th'e city i
with Mrs. C. E. Williamson. Tues- i
day they went to Greenville and <
enjoyed the day after which Mrs. <
Powell went on to Washington 1
where she will visit relatives. s
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Galloway, Mis.
Howard Hill and Bruce and Ashby i
Galloway went to Due West Wednes- <
day to see the game of ball between 1
Erskine and the Presbyterian Col- j
lege. Eugene Galloway returned with
them and spent a day at home.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. ElKs of Abbe
ville 'were numbered among the out ?
of town shoppers here.Monday. They ]
are among the scores of good Abbe- ?!>
ville county people who visit their
friends here regularly and ar? al
ways warmly welcomed.?Anderson
MR. AND MRS. WILSON HERE
Mr. and Mrs. J. A, Wilson ar? in
the city visiting the family of Mr.'jja
and Mrs. H. B. Wilson on South ^
Main street. They have just returned
from a delightful bridal trip to t>0
Florida and to points North, coming
to Abbeville from Washingtn, D. C.,'ja]
by way of iilr. Wilson's old hom? at un
Norfolk, Va. Mrs. Wilson is a very,
handsome woman and ha$ made
many friends since hersarrival in the
MAE WELBURN WARD LAW SICK he
Mae Welborne Wardlaw, th?
young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D.
A.. Wardlaw, has been quite sick at ca
the home of her parents on Bowie',^
3treet for some days. She had a case1
of grip, but is getting better.
R. E. Cox will soon erect a hand
some brick bungalow on his corner
lot next to the home of his mother,
Mrs. Jennie Cox, on North Main
TO REMODEL HOME
Hon. J. Howard Moore will soon
remodel his home on North Main
Main stre-et. Plans are under con
sideration. If this keeps up Green
ville street will have to put up some
red brick and tile homes or move to
BY THE BICYCLE ROUTE
Sam Wakefield, Thomas Erwin and' ^
Bonner Cochran came do^n from
\ntre?ville this morning on their
wheels making the fifteen miles in
>ne hour and a half. These spotting
poung men range around 12 years
>f age and are of first-class quality.
They will spend tonight with William
ilcAllister on Greenville street and
nake the return trip tomorrow.
Orrie Smith, the lively little
laughter of Mr. Warren Smith, has
arrived in the States from Central
America and is on her way to Abbe
rill e to visit her grandparents, Mr.
ind Mrs. T. C. Seal. The little girl
will receive a warm welcome from
ier numerous relatives and the peo
ple in town who remember her as a
jright and lively child.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Pastor Howard L. Weeks
preach Sunday at 11:00 a. m. on the ies
subject, "Man Shall Not Live By a 1
Bread Alone." |on
The Sunday evening service at 8 pri
/clock -will have for the subject of
;he sermon, "The Crime of the Mod
The Sunday school had 227 pres
ent last Sunday. This was 73 short of Ne
;he goal. The teacher and officers are tic
-equested to do their utmost to get ne
jut our full quota of 300 for next fif'
Sunday. The enthusiasm and work of a 1
:he Sunday school is splendid now tw
ind let us keep and continue to thi
The subject for prayermeeting
for next Wtdnesday April 19th will
De "The Valtie of Character." (Matt.
13:14.) All the members of the
:hurch are urged to attend these
prayer meetings. a
Throughout the state the month of oug
A.pril has been designated the "En- *0!
iistment Month." Sunday, April 30,'^as
tvill be known as "Goal Sunday" in
jur 75,000,000 Campaign. The ideaj^.
is to have every member of all our'l
churches make a liberal offering to J
)ur 75,000,000 campaign. Our de.-'
lominational work is now sorely'
leeding every dollar that can be sent
n. It is realized that now is not an
?asy time to raise money, but if all
)ur people be enlisted and each one!
nake some offering now the total
>um will be sufficient to relieve the
Let each member bring an offering^
n the "red" end of his envelope,
;ach Sunday until the Soutkern Bap- j
;ist convention meets and then the
?oal will foe reached.
Arabs regard whistling as impure
There are 68 cities in the United
States with a population of more than
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The younger set gave a, delightful
nee last night at the home of Mrs.
mie C. Harris on South Main
reet in compliment to the visiting
ysifrom Union, who played ball
re yesterday afternoon. A congen
[ crowd was present and danced
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Mrs. J. Moore Mars complimented
r friends with an Easter Bridge
rty on yesterday afternoon at her
me on North Main street. j
The house was beautiful in decor
ions of cerise verbenas. The place
rds were cut round, of white card
ard, with a bow of yellow ribbon.
1 the side was a cute yellow easter
ick. These little fellows acted as
iffic cops, showing each lady where
e was supposed to play.
It was an altogether pleasant par
FOR MRS. RAYCROFT
One of the pleasant entertain
ents in this week's social calendar
is the musical entertainment given
the ladies of the Associate Re
rmed church at the home of Mrs.
C. Klugh as a compliment to Mrs.
J. Raycroft, who has served the
urch as organist for several years.
ic uaiiiiiiciiw w^o iiiuoitai in
i nature and the following program
ano Duet?Quadrille from Schu
rt?Mirs. M. R Plaxco and Mrs.
. E. Johnson.
ano Solo?Miss Ruth Howie.
>cal Solo?"Gypsy Maiden 1"^
rs. M. R. Plaxco.
an? Solo?'Miss Plevna Seal.
ano Solo?"Butterfly" from
ieg?Mrs. W. E. Johnson.
IPiano Solo?Mrs. Sallie Bradley. J
ano Solo?Mrs. Floyd Graves.
The program was of high order
d speaks well for the musical
lent of the city.
After the music the guests were
rited into Mrs. Klugh's beautiful
ling room and punch, sandwiches
d mints were served. .
CAROLINA" ELECTS QUEEN
Miss Mary Graydon, a member of
2 graduate school at the University
South Carolina, was elected May
een yesterday by the student body,
e will be crowned during the first
ek in May with fitting ceremonies,
e university is not holding its reg
ir Easter week program of gaiet
this year, but instead is planning
egular May fete, at which the cor
ation of the queen will be the
incipal feature.?The State.
Mr. C. E. Bowie and handsome son
.well Bowie, from the Donalds sec
n was in Abbeville today on busi
ss. Mr. Bowie says he can work
teen acres bf^corn in a day with
tractor, at a cost of approximately
o dollars. A mule can work about
ISKINE VS. NEWBERRY'
AT GREENWOOD SATURDAY
Erskine and Newberry will play
11 on the Greenwood field Saturday
ternoon at 3:30 o'clock. Erskine
;ht to be able to pick up the three
3t to Newberry at Due West
>t Monday. Luther and Beard will
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15 lb. Bags $1.50
25 lb. Bags .... $2.25
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|\ DUE WEST NEWS.
A A. R. Presbyterian V
Dr. J. A. Young of Anderson was
a visitor in Due West on Monday.
Miss Ruth Dunn and Miss Lizzie
Nanc? have been visiting friends in
Hon. Mack Nickles of Abbeville
worshipped in the A. R. P. church in
Due West last Sabbath.
Editor Greene of Abbeville chape
roned quite a. crowd on Monday to
see the baseball game'.
R. H. McAdams has a little cotton
planted. (He is the early Dira in
The small grain is looking wonder
fully well in this section, especially,
oats, a larger crop of which has been
| planted than usual.
Mrs. J. E.Todd has just returned
from a visit to her son, Mr. J. Young
Todd of Gastonia, N. C. Mrs. Todd
was pleased with the town of Gas
tonia and her fine people.
Dr. J. M. -Garrison of Anderson
came down last Monday to attend a
committee meeting, to hear Br.
Wright and to see the Erskine-New
berry ball game. \
Mr. Henry Brooks is the duly ap
pointed elder from thei Due West
church to the meeting of Presbytery
at Greenville and (Synod at Old Pro
vidence. The thoughts of our people
are turning toward Synod.
We had the biggest rain of the
season one evening and night of
last week. About four inches of rain
feJl. Farmers were just beginning to
plow a little. They (will start at it
this week if it does not rain again.
Mesdames R. C. Brownlee, R. M.
Stevenson, F. Y. Pressly, J. B. Press
ly, R. S. Galloway and Mr. R. S.
Galloway, Jr., left Tuesday morning
in an automobile for Lake Wales,
Fla., to attend the Ladies' Missionary
Union of Second Presbytery, and ex
pect to Ibe gone about ten days. They
will spend the first night in Louis
ville, <Ja. An auto party will go from
Louisville and also from Anderson. -
One of the ftir compositors, who
h&ndles the linotype in the Press and
Banner Office quotes six locals last
week from the Presbyterian. In five
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You can have yiio
idea how good these
are until you see
them. " <
Smart new styles,
cheery new colors,
clever models and
these prices are ex
tremely low for such
v COLD SPRINGS. ^
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Smith and chil
dren spent the week-end at the home
of Mr. D. E. Newell.
Miss Ola Winn of AlWbeville spent
Wednesday night of last week with
her home people.
! Mr. junan uiaricK visiteo at tne
hdme of Mr. Lewis fedwards 'Satur
day night and Sunday.
Furman Ferguson and Ernest Mc
Mahan visited in the home of Mrs.
F. E. Hagen Sunday. ?
Mr. arid Mrs. W. B. Uldrick, Jr.,
spent Friday in the home of Mr. T.
The Woman's Auxiliary met at the "
home of Mr. W. B. Uldrick Friday
afternoon at 3:30 o'clock.
Miss Mary McMahan of the Na
tion section is visiting Mr. and Mrs.
C. P. McMahan.
Claude Winn' spent Saturday
night with Marvin King.
Frank Uldrick spent Saturday
night in Abbeville with his grand
mother, 'Mrs. Mattie Bowen.
Roy McComfbs spent the week-end
with home people here.
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of zneae ioc&i items sue m?aes uiu
paper say "Sunday" each time. In
one local she sets it up "Sabbath."
If the compositor can find the word
Sunday ,in the Bible when designat
ing The 'Lord's Day, and thereby
furnish authority for its use in a re
ligious paper, we will furnish a
birthday present, if said operator
will furnish the date. We are per
suaded that this is not the work of
the editor, for the last time we were
in his office he referred to this 'Holy
Day twice and each time said "Sab
bath," in the most natural and ortho
iNote.?There being two fair lino
type operators in this office, and each
defying that she is the guilty party,
the mangement of the paper has been
unable to have either courtmartialed
as yet; howeveT, we may feel sure
that hereafter both will be as careful
as the editor to say Sabbath?-when
j they are talking to Brother Gallo
ER & i
There will be a regular cox
fcion of Hesperian Chapter M?
night, April 17th, 1922 at 7:30 50
H. S. Howie, sec
Handle Money |
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Foolish question? Not
all I Money wasted/
moaey burned just a':
surely as if you had start
ed a fire with it. <
But, on the other h
Systematic SAVING mu%:
tiplies your idle cash, of^j
fering possibilities for
sound investment later'
-JlmVl vnn think it's WOrtft;