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THE WOMEN'S CLUBS.
State Convention To Meet in New
berry In Annual Session
The'State Convention of the South
Carolina Women's Federated Clubs
in annual session this week.
Following is an outline program for
6 p. m.-Meeting of executive
board at opera house.
6:30 p. m.-Meeting of board of di
rectors at opera house.
6 to 7:30 p. m.-Credential commit
tee in session at opera house.
9 p. m.-Informal reception to
delegates at Aspenwall, the home of
Mrs. J. N. Martin.
9 a. m.-Credential committee in
session, Holland ball, college campus.
10 a. m.-Convention called to or
der, Holland hall.
Address of welcome by Dr. George
B. Cromer and Mrs. W. K. Sligh.
Response by Mrs. Celina E. Means.
I p. m.-Lunch in Smetzler hall,
2 p. m.-Business session.
8:30 P. m.-Report of Mrs. J. R.
Vandiver, chairman oi Music depart
ment, at opera house.
Report of Miss M. E. Waterhouse,
chairman of Civics and Forestry.
Illustrated lecture on Civic Im
Vocal and instrumental music by
some of the best talent of the state.
io. a. m.-Business session.
i p. m.-Lunch.
2 p. m.-Bvsiness session
9:30 p. m.-Reception at home of
Rev. and Mrs. W. L. Seabrook.
io a. m.-Unfinished business.
Election of officers.
Meeting of board of directors im
mediately after adjournment.
The Credential committee is com
posed #f the following ladies: Mrs.
A. W. Klutz. Chester: Mrs, Geo. E.
Gibbon, Charleston: Mrs. R. D.
Wright. Newberry: Mrs. R. W.
All the meetings will be public and
all those interested are invited to be
Delegates and Homes.
Following are the assignments of
Mrs. T. C. Pool-Mrs. M. F. Ansel,
Greenville: Mrs. 0. T. Porcher,
Greenwood: Miss Mary Mauldin.
Mrs. J. E. Norwood-Miss i.yde
WValters. Greenville: Mrs. John Rus
*HEATH & MHIGANI
sell, Greenville. I
Mrs. Y. J. Pope-Mrs. H. P. Mc
Gee, Greenville: Mrs. A. C. Moore,
Mrs. E. H. Aull-Mrs. August t
Misses McCaughrin-Mrs. B. M.
McGee, Greenville: Mrs. W. H. I
Evans. Darlington: Miss Caroline
McIver. Darlington: Mrs. W. B. Wil-11
son. Rock Hill.
Mrs. John M. Kinard-Miss Irving I
Wicker. Rock Hill.
Mrs. John H. Wicker-Miss Nora t
Hough. Lancaster: Miss Hattie Mil
Mrs. E. B. Wilbur-Mrs. S. P.
Haves and Miss Loutie Benton. Ker- t
Mrs. A. T. Brown-Mrs. Wm.
Toney and Mrs. J. L. Walker. John- 1
Miss Helen Goggans-Miss Sara I
Crosland. 1Bnnettsville: Miss Edna
Misses Wilson-Miss E. S. Finley.
Charleston: Miss Mary Fawcett, I
Mrs. F. M. Boyd-Miss Ethelind (
Goss. Union: Miss Alma Boyd, Spar- s
Mrs. George Johnstone-Mrs. A. I
G. Wardlaw. Union; Miss Fannie Mc- r
Mrs. S. G. Welch-Miss Mamie 2
Ansel, Walhalla: Miss Kate Breman, (
Mrs. Geo. Davenport-Miss Mary I
SPoppenheim, Charleston: Miss Min- I
pnie Bruns Charleston: at Crotwell
Mrs. J. D. Davenport-Miss Louisa
Miss Ellie Huiett (at Crotwell ho
tel)-Mrs. C. P. Poppenheim, Char- (
Mrs. W. H. Hunt-Miss Varina (
Brown. Anderson: Mrs. Charles H. (
Henry and Mrs. Sloan Crawford. :
Mrs. W. G. Houseal-Mrs. A. R. 3
Banks. Lancaster: Miss Minnie Mac- J
Jeat, Rock Hill; Mrs. W. J. Cherry.1
Rock Hill; Mrs. A. G. Smith, Chester. I
Mrs. R. D. Wright-Mrs. L. D.
Childs, Columbia: Mrs. L. J. Blake, 3
Spartanburg; Mrs. E. S. Watkins, t
Columbia: Mrs. M. P. Gridley. Green
ville; Miss Agnes St.-rhecker, Char
leston: Mrs. Julius Visanska, Charles
ton; Mrs. A. M. Bogin, Sumter.
Mrs. W. H. Carwile-Miss Marga- r
ret Daniel, Yorkville: Miss Mamie
Mrs. P. C. Gilliard-Mrs. Dr. s
Stevens. Rock Hill; Mrs. H. B.
Tindall, Greenville. I
Miss Essie Fellers-Miss Della ,
Miss Nina Carlisle-Miss Lula 1
Moseley. Prosperity; Miss Bessie i
Lindsay, Chester: Mrs. E. F. Reid.
Mrs. F. C. Jones-Miss Marion I
I Leckie. Chester. t
Mrs. L. M. Speers-Mrs. John G.
BEST COAr H0MBI
M Co. 6o'L4a &A.
Vhite. CIester: Mrs. J. T. Booth,
Mrs. J. N. Martin-Mrs. Celina
Jeans, Union; Mrs. Margaret Gas
Mrs. J. T. Mayes (at Mrs. John A.
;ummer's)-Miss Bertha Hall. Rock
Mrs. J. J. Lane-Miss Belle Wil
Miss Mary Burton (at Mrs. Sea
rook's)-Mrs. A. W. Klutz, Chester.
Mrs. W. K. Sligh (at Mrs. Sea
rook's)-Mrs. W. H. Hand, Chester.
Miss Lizzie Glenn-Miss Eleanor
Mrs. S. B. Jones (at Crotwell ho-I
el)-Mrs. Geo. E. Gibbon. Charles-1
Mrs. C. F. Holbrook (at Crotwell
otel)-Miss 1. K. Mazyck.
Mrs. \Vm. Johnson-Miss Agnes
Mrs. W. A. Jamieson-Mrs. J. H.
Mrs. 0. B. Mayer-Mrs. J. 0. C.
Mrs. L. W. Floyd (at Dr. J. K.
ilder's)-Mrs. Rufus Fant, Ander
on; M; ;. Cora. Ligon, Anderson.
Misses Dominick-Mrs. H. C.
Vannamaker and Mrs. R. H. Jen
Miss Gordon Weeks (at Mrs. John
L. Summers')--Miss Rhea Watchel
Mrs. John A. Summer-Mrs. E. H.
endlemann, Charleston: Miss Addie
Mrs. J. W. White-Mrs. A. F. Mc
Mrs. M. L. Spearman-Mrs. H. 3.
Mrs. S. Pope-Miss Hattie Pope,
Mrs. 0. McR. Holmes- (at Mrs.
lenn's)-Miss Emmie Douglass,
olumbia; Miss Isabelle Haddon, Ab
Miss Helen Mower-Miss Rose
laxwell, Abbevilie; Mrs. T. Fraser
Miss Maud Langford-Mrs. J. M.
Mrs. James McIntosh-Mrs. J. R.
randiver, Anderson; Mrs. M. 0. Pat
Mrs. S. B. Jones-Mrs. Ira B.
Mrs. W. L. Seabrook-Mrs. L. T.
Tichols, Chester; Mrs. J. C. Tiede
ian. Charleston; Miss Elizabeth
Crotwell Hotel-Mrs. H. K. Sturde
Mrs. W. H. Wallace-Mrs. Mc
'herson and Mrs. Parsons, Green
Mrs. B. C. Matthews (at Crotwell
otel)-Mrs. W. J. Lunney, Seneca;
Irs. H. B. Buist. Rock Hill.
In the list of delegates publishedi
y clubs. the delegates from the
'ortnightly club. this city, were omit
:d. They are Mrs. T. C. Pool and
rs. Bernice Martin.
SOUTH CAROLINA NEWS.
Items of More or Less Interest Con.
densed in the State.
Thirty-nine young men received
their degrees from Clemson college
Laurens has taken action looking
towards making efforts to secure a
new passenger depot.
The old soldiers of Salud-, county
have decided to hold their ai nual re
union at the court house in Ju y.
The contract for the building of al
new passenger depot in Spartanburg
has been let. The building will cost
The commencement exercises of
the Due West Female college were
held last week, when sixteen young
women were graduated.
The state board of directors of the
dispensary have announced the pur
chase ->f 350 barrels and 5.ooo cases
of whiskey. made at their meeting in
Columbia last week.
There was an unusual outcome to a
case in the Camden court last week.
The Gillis- Vhitaker murder case, the
most important on the criminal dock
el. was continued, because one of the
grand jurors who found a true bill in
the case had not been on oath.
The Columbia correspondent of the
News and Courier says that the in
dications now are that there will be
no opposition to any of the state offi
cers in their campaign for re-elec
iton. with the exception of Chairman
Garris. of the state board of railroad I
Gw.-ernor Heyward was advised
that the expert architect whom he
has secured to examine the dome of
the state capitol would reach Colum
bia on Monday. At the request of
Governor Heyward the secretary of
the treasury has detailed one of the
most expert engineers in his depart
ment to do the work.
THE PRESS ASSOCIATION.
Program For the Approaching An
nual Meeting at White Stone
The following program has been
arranged by the executive committee
for the thirtieth annual meeting of
the South Carolina Press associa
tion, which will be held at White
Stone Lithia Springs, Spartanburg
county, S. C., July 12-14:
Tuesday, July 12-8:30 P. m.
Welcome meeting in the hotel au
ditorium. Col. Charles Petty, of
Spartanburg. will deliver the address
of welcome in behalf of the hostess,
Mr. J. T. Harris. and the citizens of
Spartanburg county. Responded to
y President E. H. Aul of the asso
iAVEiS TOUR 1%
BUY A CAPN
TH E MOST PE3RFECT Os
)U CAN APPLY IT
Made in Ten Sui
Put up In z Gallon, Half-Ur
Appointment of committees.
Wednesday-g:3o a. i.
Report of officers, of committees,
miscellaneous bttsinoss, etc.
Papers will be read on the follow
ing subjects by the persons named:
"The Advertising Agents"-A G.
Kollock. News, Darlington.
"The Job Office in Conjunction
w.th a Country Newspaper"-A. W.
Knight. Herald. Bamberg.
General discussion of above sujects.
Afternoon -Session-3 O'clock.
"Ethics of Journalism"-Pau? K.
Brice. Record. Columbia.
"Newspapers Zd Morality"--J T.
Bigham. Lantern, Chester.
General discussion of the above
Opening the question box..and dis
cussion relative to the questions
Evening Session-8:3o O'clock.
"Fraternity"-John Bell Towif?,
"The Necessity of Having Fbeed
Advertising Rates and Standing to
Them"-R. L. Freeman, Pee Dee Ad
General discussion of the above
Address by U. X. Gunter. Attomey
General of South Carolina.
Thursday-g:3o a m.
"The Main Points of Excellense 'm
a Newspaper and How to Make it En
tertaining and Instructive"-Ge. R.,
R. Hemphill. Medium. Abbeville.
"Can the Average Cointry Weekly
be P,7bli-hed at a profit at One D4sar
a Year?"-A. B. Jordan, Herald, DiR
General discussion of the above
Afternoon Session-3 O'clock.
"Newspapers a- Lawmakere-R.
T. Jaynes, Keowee Courier. Walaa.
"Voting Contests, Gift Propositos.
etc. Do They Pay?"-C. W. Wolfe,
. General discussion of the above
Opening the question box. and &fs
cussion relative to the quesOm
Evening Session-8:3o O'clock
Final meeting-miscellaneous bus
iness, election of officers, etc.
Annual address by Hon. John Nen
pie Graves, editor of The Atkxta
At the -:onclusion of the #ddrese the,
association will be tendered a bamquet
by the host, Mr. Harris.
The Host-Why. certainly? I'd ii
troduce you to her like a-shot. but I
don't remember her name.
The Guest-Her name is Wms
".Come along then-er-by the way
-what's yours ?"-Life.
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