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* HONR ROLL CITY SCHOOLS. *
* For Month Ending May 12. 1911. *
** * ** *** **
The High School.
Grade 30-Robert Porter, Geneva
Thornton. Lela Dennis. Margaret Bur- 1
ton. Louise Jones. Kittie Mayes. 1
Grade 9-James Kinard. Lois Hipp. 1
Marion Jones. Rose Herbert, Kate
Neel. Gus Houseal. Leo Riser, Lance
Swindler, Nancy Werts, Annie Kib
Ter, Estelle Caldwel1
Grade S-Elbert Dickert, Faye Rik- I
mrd, Amy Werts, Mary Paysinger,
Boundary Street School.
Grade 7-Teressa Maybin, Sara
Halfacre. Oscar Blackwelder, John
Kinard. Myrtis Miller.
Grade 6-Lucy Perry. Walter
Banks, Mary Hipp. Eddie Mae Parr,
Mary Kibler. Margaret McIntosh,
Grade 5-George Rodelsperger,
Bertha Gray Gallman, Ruth Porter,
Grad 4-Luther Banks. Cornelius
Davi Caldwell Simms, Selman
Blaustein. Annie Banks, Ruth Black- 1
welder, Sophia N. Crotwell. Mary
Cannon, Sarah Davis, Frances H3u- i
seal. Harriet Mayer. Roi>erta Mann,
Aziile Parr, Marguerite Spearman,
Ruth Schumpert. stCzy Wheeler.
Grade 3-Bowman Adams. Laurence
Hardeman, Vernon Porter, Karl Kin- t
:2rd, Robt. Schumpert, Callie Boyd
Parr. Harry Epting, Ellis William
mon, Daggett Norwood, Julius Eison,
Mary Klettner. May Tarrant, Mary
Buford, Marie Campbell, Cora Ewart, I
Ida Perry, Mildred Purcell, Eundce
Grade 2-Aubrey Tilley, Janie Dell
7aysinger, Alliene Dunn, Annie
Ward, Ralph Gunter, Frances Jones,;
Herman Dickert. Carroll Summer,:C
Clark Floyd. Frances Caldwell, Mil-,
dred Tarrant. <
Grade 1-Hayne Boozer. John Chap- I
pelI. Claude Cromer, Paul Fulenwid- <
.er. Henry Lominack, John Richard 1
Schumpert. Legare Tarrant, James <
Walace, Everette Hipp, Harold Hipp,
J-anet Banks. Ella Dunn, Elizabeth
Xinard, Mildred Paysinger, Marie t
Schumpert, Mildred Werts, Elizabeth f
Wright, Ruth McCary. C
Advanced *First Grade--Colie
Blease, Susie Buford. Elizabeth:
1Mimms, Marcus Ewart.
Grade 7-Marian Earhardt, Rebec
ea Sligh. Carl JTulien.
Gradie 6-Mildred Evans, Kathryn
Rarms, Henry Rikard, Mary Eliza
- 3ahon. Elise Peterson.
Grade 5--Joe Norwood, Jack Dun-:]
ston, Edward Davis. Ruby Foster,
Sarah Thompson, Grace Wilbur, Lee,'
Gvade 4--Joel Wertz, Bessie . Bed
enbaugh, Antrie Dunston, Nancy Fox,
Efly Hoof. 3stelle Kibler. i
Grade 3--Abbie Gaillard, Marguerite
Jacobs. Sue Ella Peterson, j$dwin
Sstzlier, Marguerite Werts, Susie <
Grade 2-Fredna Schumnpert, Mary
.AIice Suber, Rachel Hendrix, Hilda
Sample, Mary E!1en LaKe, Horace1
Oruiber, Fred Weir, Bro,ad&:s Werts,
John Rion Bul-look, Wallace Lane. i
Advanced Grade 1-Leila Bradley,
Jessie Earhardt, Edward Walton.
Grade 1-Edith Wilson. Louise 1
Thomas. Blanche Counts, Nellie Lake,
Winnie Taylor. Carroll Baxter, Pres- i
ron Lambright, William McSwain, -
West End School.
- Grade 1--Hazy Bouknmgnt, Berly
Bouknlght. Aumerle Glymiph, Irwin
Dodgen, Olin Lever, Cecil' Merchant,
Julius Rister, Pet Thrift, Clarence
Padgett, Aumerle Williams, Otway
Clamp, J. B. Taylor, Pearl Bou'&night,
Rosa Copeland, Emma Franklin. Lil
Niau Hayes, Annie Mae Jones, Flem
mer Jones. Louise Merchant, Eva May
Robertson, Achrilee Widner, Ninn-ie
Williams, Murrell Witt, Mazel Hyatt,
Willie Mae *Culbertson,. Ruby Taylor.
Grade 2-Earle Chandler, Fred
'Thomas, B. F. Tompkins, Lillie Maie
Chaney, Mabel Jones, Ruth Koon, Eva
Rister, Mamie Rister, Carrie Nell,
Grade 3--Lillie Johnson, Grace
Thompson. Jwin Davis.
Grade 4-Bernice Caldwell.
Grade 5--Annie Kinard, Helen An
(TsonT, Janie Vines.
Grade 6-David Thornton.
SpeciaI-Mis Lera Koon.
NEXT- CONVENTION TO BRISTOL.
?resbyterianls Vote for Tennessee'
City-The "Elect Infant"
Louisville, Ky., May 22.JThe se
jection of Bristol, Tenn., as the next
mleeting place, and a decision to put
b a vote of the 87 Presbyterles comn
prising the Presbyterian church in
ifre United States. (South) of the
"efect Infant" clause, comprised the
most important features of today's
sesin of the genera! assembly. Fif
eien Preiyteries have overtured the
ssmIbly cn the "elect infant' caluse,
.nd the co;mittee on bills and over
ures, to which they were referred,
nade the following report which was
"We have e,xamined the overtures
Lnd find them fifteen in number. Of
hese fifteen, all wish the assembly
o reject the overture sent down to
he Presbyteries by the last assembly,
nd all fifteen ask that some other
orm of phraseology be used, and vot
d on during the coming year.
"Ten of the number sugest the fol
owing like it:
"All infants dying in infancy are
ncluded in the election of grace, etc."
"Two wish to omit any reference to
"Two wish an explanatory foot note.
"In view of the whole situation, the
ommittee recomlmends the sending
lown to the Presbyteries of the fol
owing overture to amend Section 3,
,hapter 10, of the confession to retud
"Infants dying i ninfancy are re
,enerated and saved by and through
he spirit who worketh, and where
tnd how He pleaseth. So, also are all
>thers who are included in the elec
ion of grace and who are incapable
>f being outwardly called by the min
stry of the world."
Sixty-six Presbyteries must vote for
he amendment before It carries.
Bristol, Tenn., and Richmond, Va.,
vere the only two places voted on for
he next place of meeting. The Rev.
tussell Cecil, D. D., of Richmond, the
>resent moderator, named Richmond,
vhich was not selected. The Rev. C.
3. Carson, D. D., of Bristol, placed
hat city in nominatioh. When a
ote showed that Bristol had won the
election was made unanimous.
An overture from the Presbytery, of
!noree, relative to amending para
raph 87, of the book of church or
er, which relates to the basis of rep
esentation in the assemnly, and an
verture from the Presbytery of Pan
landle, touching the election of
:hurch officers for a limited period,
vere referred to a special ad interim
An overture from certain ministers
.nd elders, relative to a change in
he ecclesiastical year was docketed
or future action. A 'report of the
ouncil of reformed churches also
IAN WHO PLANNED WASHINGTON
Washington, May 22.--On a green
:noll in front of the old Lee Mansion.
n Arlington cemietery, ove.rlookinhg
he Potomac and the Capital. a me
norial was unveiled. today to Major
'ierce Charles L'Enfant, the French
~ngineer, to whose' prophetic vision
ashington owes its broad avenues.
President~ Taft, Ambassador Jusser
.nd, of France. and Senator Root, of
iew York, spoke in eulogy of Major
"There are not many," said Presi
lent Taft, "who have to wait one hun
tred years to receive the reward to
which they are entitled; until the
world shall make the progress which
~nables it to pay the just reward. His
nemory we celebrate today, a highly
.rtistic man, and his defects, which
tot infrequently accompany that temn
erament, and it is that which has
bscured at times and in some degree
he merit of what he did and lessen
d the gratitude we owe him for what
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
By Frank M. Schumpert, Esquire,
WHEREAS, J. H. Chappell made
it to me, to grant himi letters of ad
ninistration of the estate of and ef
ects of Lucy Mitchell
THESE ARE THEREFORE to cite
Id admonish all and singular the
indred and creditors of the said Lucy
~Itchell, deceased, that they be and
ppear before me, in the Court of
Probate, to be held at Newberry, S. C.,
the 20th day of May next, aftei
publication thereof, at 11 o'cxock in
the forenoon, to show cause, if any
they have, why the said administra
tion should not be granted.
GIVEN unaer my hand this 2nd day
f May, Anno Domini, 1911.
FRANK M. SCHUMPERT,
J. P.N. C.
Treasury Department, Office o
Comptroller of the Currency,.
Washington, D. C., May 6, 1911.
Whereas, ny satisfactory evidenc4
preseted to the undersigned, it ha
been made to appear that "The Na
tional Bank of Newberry," located i]
the town of Newberry, in the Count:
of Newberry, and State of South Caro
lina. has complied with all the pro
visions of the act of congress "to en
able National Banking Associations t<
extend their corporate existence, an<
for othe p-rpsm" approved July 12
1S82, as amended by the act approved
April 12, 1902.
Now, therefore, I, Willis J. Fowler,
Deputy and Acting Comptroller of the
Currency, do hereby certify that "The
National Bank of Newberry," located
in the Town of Newberry, in the
County of Newberry and State of
South Carolina, is authorized to have
succession for the 'period specified in
its amended articles of association:
namely, until close of business on I
:May 6, 1931.
In testimony whereof witness my
hand and Seal of office this
(Seal) sixth day of May, 1911.
WILLIS J. FOWLER,
Deputy and Acting Comptroller of the
Charter No. 1844. Extension No. 1033.
- WINTHROP COLLEGE
Scholarship and Entrance Examina
The examination for the award of
vacant scholarships in Winthrop col
lege and for the admission of new
istudents will be held at the county
court house on Friday, July 7, at 9
a. m. Applicants must be not less
than fifteen years of age. When schol
arships are vacant after July 7 they
will be awarded to those making the
highest average at this examination,
provided they meet the conditions!
"overning the award. Applicants for
scholarships should write to Presi
dent Johnson before the examination,
for scholarship examination blanks.
The scholarships are worth $100
and free tuition. The next session
will open September 20, 1911. For fur
ther information and catalogue, ad
dress President D. B. Johnson, Rock
;Iill, S. C.
NOTICE OF SPECIAL SCHOOL
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
In consideration of a sufficiently
signed petition from the voters and
freeholders of school district No. 14,
known as Prosperity school district,
asking for an election to vote an ad
ditional two milis tax to be used for
school purposes in said district, the'
election for tha said purpose above
named is hereby ordered to be held at
the town hall of said district, con
ducted by the trustees of the district
as managers, on the 16th day of May,
1911, begbinning at 8 o'clock a. in., and
closing at 4 p. mn., a registration certi
ficate and poll tax receipt being nec
essary to vote in this election. All
voters favoring the tax will vote
"yes," against the tax "no."
J. S. Wheeler,
S. J. Derrick,
E. 0. Counts,
County Board of Education.
Annual Reunion United Confederate
Veterans, Little Rock, Ark., May 15.
For this occasion the Atlantic Coast
Line railroad has authorized s'pecial
low rates, May 13, 14 and 15, limited
until May 23. Ticket can be deposit
ed at Little Rock, and upon payment~
of a fee of 50 cents, at time of de
posit, limit of ticket can be extended
to, and including June 14, 1911.
For rates and information, apply to
nearest agent, or T. C. White, Gener
al Passenger Agent, Wilmington, N.
B. V. CHAPMAN
ATTORNLY AT LAW
INewberry, South Carolina
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLENX,
COUNTY OF NEWBERtRY.
Court of Common Pleas.
Ida B. Lester, Plaintiff,
Lucile Lester Moore, Claude L.. Las
ter, Newton R. Lester, C. Eugene
Lester, Louise M. Lester and Isea
trice E. Lester, Defendants.
Under, and by authority of an order
in the above entitled action, passed
by Hon. R. C. Watts, presiding judge
in the Eighth Judicial Circuit, dated
April 20, 1911, notice is hereby given
that all and singular the creditors of
Ithe estate of Newton R. Lester, de
ceased, are hereby notified and requir
ed to present their claims against
said estate, duly attested, to H. H.
Rikard, master for Newberry county,
on or before the 18th day of May,
1911. And said creditors are therein
Srestrained and enjoined from prose-.
- cuting their claims against said es
1 tate in any other proceeding, or else-;
r where than in this proceeding. Said
- Iorder is now on file in the office of
-~ the clerk of the court for Newberry
H. H. RIKARD,
iMaster for Newberry County.
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