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Keowee courier. (Pickens Court House, S.C.) 1849-current, April 19, 1922, Image 5

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MISS ANNIli FRIPP MISS VIRGINIA OWENS MISS IRK NE PLOWOfN MM MARGARET MADDtN MISS MARGARET WVi OR MISS MARIE DOYLE- MISS LUCILE WHITE MISS VIRGINIA ZEICLER^ MlSSCflACE DURANT
COI. LETON CO. FAIRFIELD CO CLARENDON CO DOGE Fl ELO CO. KERSHAW GO. ' DARLINGTON 00. OCONEE CO. ALLENDALE CO. .? LEE CO
MISS DELL MONTGOMERY MISS ALINE PEEPLES MISS ROSA MCCULLOCH- MISS MIRIAM MOORE- MISS ANNIE MOKOAN MISSCORNELIA OLIVER MISS HELEN WESSINGER MISS JANIE LH MORRAH MISS JUANITA LAWRENCE .
LAURENS CO. HAMPTON CO. CHEROKEE CO. DILLON CO. AIKEN CO. WILLIAMSBURG CO. * BARNWELL CO. MCCORMICK CO. * SUMTER. CO.
:- ?WI|MWUUI I.?O?
PUBLICA! J ON" ~ .
MISS ARRIE FReC;;>-vMi . DOROTHY* MITCHELL
?j BAMBERG CO.. MALBORO. CO..
MISS KATHLEEN GUtKRY
, MARION CO,
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MISS FIORA MAE HOLLWAY .MISS LO RE ITA NICHOLSON MISS OLIVIA STEWART
HORRY CO. * ANDERSON CO. NEWBERRY CO.
? AIRS VIOLET WELSH HURST Mid MARY LOCKE 6ARR0N/Mitt MARCARE T VsnKEUREriT
CHESTERFIELD CO. UNION SQ*' MPLOR?NCE ?X -
LOCAL NEWS NOTES OF SENECA.
Club Women Enjoying Stnto Mooting
In Columbia-Personals.
Seneca, April 18.-Special: Mrs.
D. A. Adam's, president, ami Mrs. E.
A. Hines will represent tho onco-a
Wook Club at the State Federation
to moot in Columbia on April 19th
to 21st. Mrs. Dell, of Walhalla, will
represent Mrs. Adams as president
of tho County Federation, and Mrs.
.Ralph Uamsour will bo tho dologato
from tho County F?deration to tho
samo meeting. Mrs. J. Q. Adams
and Mrs. Ilonfro will go to Colum
bia as dologatos from tho Literary
and Civic Club.
G. W. Gignilliat, Sr., and G. W.
Glgnllliat III wont to Whitewater on
Friday for a two days' llshlng trip
and report great success.
Miss Clara Vernor had with hor os
week-end guests Misses Blackwell, of
kershaw, and Mrs. Vorner ontortnin
ed a small number at a dance on Sat
urday ovoning.
Misses Wiso, Waitera and Hug
gins, of Plains, Ga., aro visiting Mrs.
T. M. Lowery.
Mrs. W. J. Lunney motored to
Greenville on Wednesday, and, as
usual, hor hospitable car was Ailed
with friends for the pleasure trip.
Miss Sue Nlmmons took her car
full over on the samo day, and all
report a flue day In our nearby city.
Tho Onco-a-Week Club hold Its
meeting on Thursday with Mrs. D. P.
Thomson. It was decided to ask all
the other societies of tho town to
unite In an appoal to the City Fath
ers to celebrate clean-up week, and
that every homo owner should not
only swoop beforo their own doors,
but also look after their back yards.
Thus, by united offort, with "little
beds of flowers and little cans of
paint, making places beautiful whoro
Just now il ain't." T ho paper for tho
nf lorn non was road by Mrs. Eustace
Hopkins and was enjoyed hy all, her
suhieet hoing "Accidental Inven
Hons." It was Interesting to noto
how many of our useful inventions
como by mere accident. The hostess
sorvod a delicious salad course and
was assisted by Misses Sara Thomp
son and Emily Marett and little Mas
ter Whitner Thompson, who was
most attractive when distributing
Easter favors. Mrs. C. M. Glgnllliat,
president; Mrs. E. C. Doyle and Miss
Sue Glgnllliat will represent tho
Woman's Auxiliary of the Presbyte
rian church at the Presbyterial,which
will moet at Piedmont on April 27.
Mrs. T. Leslie Stribling will also at
tend the meeting as secretary of the
South Carolina Synodlcal.
Dr. E. A. Hines, secretary of tho
South Carolina Medical Association,
and oditor of tho Modical Journal, ls
attending the meeting of tho associa
tion In Hock Hill.
Seneca, .Uko Greece, ls big for Its
size and feels Just prldo in number
ing theso Stnto oflicors among hor
citizens.
Mrs. Francis Adams ls visiting rel
atives hero and will soon leave for
her new home In Klngstreo. Where
Mr. v\da. .s' business is now localed,
it will bo remembered that Kings
tree is ono of the old, historic towns
of tho low-country, and tho name
has been ?reserved from the old days
when all of tho pino trees belonged
to tho king, thus Klngstroo.
Ma?tei
declarant
eca BCho
Hon fro;
Hampi r
Cowpen
Thc
c^pal oh
o'clock :
choir wi
wolcoin o
presoni
Eldridge Hines won in tho
MI contest hold in the Son
ol. His speech was a solec
thc address of Gen. Wado
at the unveiling of the
inonumont.
will be services In the Epis
IIrah hore on Sunday at ll
!. ni. The Clemson Collogo
I! furnish music. A cordial
is extended to all to be
al tho service.
RESIGN? I'RO.MTdlE LOAN HOARD
A.
F. I vcr Will Head Carolinas
Joint Stock Land Hank.
Washington', April 15.-Asbury F.
Lever to-nay announced his resigna
tion fu. in the Farm Loan Board, ef
fective i xl weok. Mr, Lover has
boen :?? ^Tbcr "o? ibo board since
Angus'. I 'H), when ho rosignCt? ns a
member o? tho House from South
Carolin:, io accept tho membership.
Mr. LovQjt stated that ho was leav
ing the Patrtft Loan Board to bocomo
hoad of ?ho First Carolinas Joint
Stock Lt< iid Bank at Columbia, which
will be chartered undor the Fedoral
loan acl to operate In the two Caro
linas.
The now bank ls to be the first of
Its kind, and its first capital stock ls
$250,000, against which it is allowed
to issue farm loan bonds, the proceds
from which will be used to lend
money on farm loads in those two
States.
>Flve of the signers of the Declara
tion of Independence lived to be over
90 years of age, eight over 80 and
ten ovor 70.
r
$ \0,000.00
FOR A PAIR OF EYES.
= SEE
D R
J. G. STRANCH,
OPTOMETRIST,
. Austin Bldg. Seneca, S. C.
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