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For the Help, Encouragement an
Trustees, Children and All Whi
ment and the Educational Advan
? - - IV* ft !
' Conducted and tdited by miss Sadie
NEWBERRY COUNTY SCHC
High School Declamation? |
Boys?Newberry Opera House, 8 p. j
n Marpf-, SI
Girls?Kewberry High school, 8 p.
.a., March 31.
Grand parade, 10 a. m., April 1.
JLiterary contest, 11 a. m.
Dinner, 12:30 p. m.
Athletics, 2 p. m.
Mewing exhibits, 9 a. m.?6 p. m.
<3ood Results Yersus Difficulties
Of Fair and Field Day.
Recently at a teachers' meeting in
'lewberry, Miss Elberta Sease led a
discussion in which the way to overome
the difficulties of Fair and Field
~ay and to secure greatest results was
TV* 11 na ovnnn coc it Wfla ^ pp.idpd
V X *w ? iw
o fcaive small exhibits, wito only such
est work as the school would or
iiould already have, to make articles
real use that will be worth what
'.hey cost, and to have care in purchasing:
material. Tins year each tag
's to ibave on it the cost of the ma
aria] used in the making, and the
conomical article will be given a preference.
The secure a conveyance for
jfcildren, it was suggested that children
and parents would be so interested
after last year's experience that
1 j e 2
v trustee or a pairun wouia .iuiui&u |
i wagon and team to bring tr e school
to the fair. The prevent loss of
ime from regular scl:ool subjects, the
deal preparation for an ideal exhibit
*nd ideal field day was given, namely,
preparation made day by day from
*he very first day school opened; the
best busy-work, maps, class-room
wort ravart avptv dav all SDed- I
mens mounted on uniform cardboard
once a month and used to beautify the
."ass-room, where attractive work is
r.'ways enjoyed by children; posters,
vilendars and sand tables are used by
*1 e good teachers, with good results
in teaching ihistory, geography, lan.
jocro atn frnm tVlOCn th."> RTtlflPS
y 11 Vi XX V**vvv ViiV v.
...ay be kept and the future exhibit at
e fair arranged. The educational
lue of making an article is greater
tJ an the educational value of studying
of books, books, books oftentimes. 'To
k*-ep the preparation from diverting j
U e child's mind a week or so before !
.^ld day, children must be trained in
ii erary studies day by day, atnieuc
t* ents must be practiced daily, which
really the object of athletic features,
ai'd exhibits must represent the school
as it is, not as it could be. Those are
t? 9 difficulties and tihe ways by which
'fc. ay may be overcome.
A. great gathering together of a great
r ople will always result in unalloyed
. ">od. The school children will agree
at April 1st will be their happieBt
1 liday; and the grown-ups, too, often
d it so in the renewing of old
* iendslMps and the making of pleas?
:it acquaintances. Boys who would
- t have attended school so long, or
: ly not have come at all, are drawn
l > the school in order to practice for
* * spelling match or the cne-mile re*
r race. People who watch the pa.*
fLttpnd t:'a literarv contests and
v the exhibits realize as never bef
~e the endless tasks and the necesry
qualifications of the good teacher.
i e rules for conducting contests es-1
* ?lish correct methods of teaching for |
* } entire county, for when it was anr^unced
trat all first grade children I
' ^re to read silently and look up to
t' l what they had read, all teachers
->an teaching that way. The unify*
r of school influences, the friendly
r 'airy, the wholesome comparisons o[
iooI efficiency and ti"e improved
p' 100I spirit are discussed by Mr. Tate
Xo teacher or pupil can do -his best
^ in isolation. The hardest class
t reach satisfactorily is that composed
~ ^ '1 ^ ~ OfWAA f AP f q rl _
* one pupn. une ui me gicaicoi
' ntages which come from the cons'
'idated school arises from the emu1?
ion created by the larger classes.
A school or school system which does
i.?. occasionally have an opportunity
tj compare itself with other schools
. school systems misses one of the
at natural incentives to growth and
r-fec-tion. Under the stress of tJf.e
*in-illation caused by friendly compe-Juion,
new ideas ure quickly assimiia>v-d
by teachers and trustees, and
i .v ambitions aroused in the pupils.
The teacher who works in the smali
id Assistance of the Teachers,
o Are Interested in the Improveicement
of All Our People.::: :::
! Goggans, Supervising Teacher for
)OL FAIR AND FIELD DAY
2, April 1st, 1915
isolated country school sometimes
looks upon her task as insignificant;
}t Qccnmoc a npw rh'enitv and imuor- i
tance when sfne has a chance to see it
in its relations to the larger county
system. The school spirit of the boy
from the Pine Grove or Long Branch
school takes on a different meaning
after he has marched behind this school
banner in tf .e county field day parade
and has seen the representative of his
Vinnnvc in tVlo C llzal 1 i 11 t> i
SdlUTJi I1UUU1S J?ti wi.it
match or in toe 100-yard dash.
The trustee or patron of the backward
school may be ignorant of its
deficiencies or may view its condition
witl: complacency while it lives a hermit
life, but he is usually eager for
improvement when his school must
stand up in line and be compared with
Fair and Field Day Dinner
Committee West End School
A change has been made in the committee,
as Mrs. Arthur Mcintosh Avill
not be in town field day. Following
is the dinner committee from West
Fori school: Mrs. J. Y. Jones, chair-;
man; V'rs. Rena Kinard. Mrs. Josephine
Taylor, Mrs. Mary Hallman.
CONTESTANTS FOR NEWBERRY
FIELD AND FAIR DAY
It will be noticed that 37 of the i*?<3
schools in the country entered con- !
testants in literary events for Fair j
and Field day. Surely each school Las j
in ?t ip.ict who does his school !
Viit v * vmu v j ?? ?? ? ? ? ? work
well enough to have it compared
with the work of other children. TVe
literary events are to be participated
in by the following persons:
Literary Contests?11-12 A. M.
First Grade?Excelsior hall. Holland
hall. Teacher in charge, Miss Nell Fridy.
Judges: Miss Will Lou Gray, j
Laurens supervising tead':er; E. H. J
Seckinger and S. !M. Derrick
Contestants as follows:
Central, Leona Lever or Alma Seybt.
Belfast, Louis Wallace.
Boundary Street, Nannie Laurie
Betheden, Bennie Dominick.
.'Cromer, Carl Cromer.
Big Creek, Londia Mae Boozer.
Dominick, Mary 'Abrams.
Kinards, Ix>uise Jofrnson.
Jalapa, Helen Connor.
Joi nstone, Jimmie Willingham.
Little Mountain, Sarah Boland.
Hunter-DeWalt, Mary Ricnurdson.
Long Lane, Colie Brown Cromer.
XTo-rar tlnno :UTa Wc-ntr
iic TT iiwjk/v, XAMi Viu AAVMWW.
Oakland, Iva Young.
iPomaria, Clyde Hentz.
McCrary, Mary Stone.
Prosperity, Virginia Black.
i Speers Street, Gladys Williams.
St. Luke's, Jennie Hunter.
Swilton, Harry Dowd or Cccii
Symrna, James Hudson.
West End, Myrtle outz.
Zion, Zack Kinard.
j Second Grade?Prof. Monroe's room,
Keller hall. Teacher in charge, Miss
Winton Agnew. Judges: Mr. Lueco
Gunter, State supervisor; G. F. Clauss
and A. L. Oates. .'Contestants:
Belfast, Charles Wilson.
| Boundary Street, Carolyn Tarrant.
XI U JULLXT1 ~?S^ f >CLri \J\,\SJi &X,
Central, Owens Bundrick.
Dominick, .Irene Stevens,
i Kinards. Pearl Hitt.
| Johnstone, JE-velyn Halfacre.
i Little Mountain, Lucile Epting.
Xew Hope, .'Malcolm Mayer.
Oakland. T. C. Thompson.
T~? A ,Tr>n Ctnnn
r-UIUrtl Id, line .?jo.c utuuv.. ,
O'Neall, Furinan Long.
Prosperity, .Julia Quattlebaum.
j Speers Street, Effie Player.
I St. Luke's, Annie Ruth Morris.
| Utopia, Belle Foy.
West End, James Lindsay.
Third and Fourth Grades?Prof.
Derrick's room, Holland hall. Teacher
I in charge. Miss Sara Wallace. Judges:
i Prof. Monroe, Newberry College; Ash!
baug'i and G. Paso all. Contestants:
J Boundary Street. Mart'.ia Latnan.
Speers Street, Aubrey Tilley.
j Little Mountain, Annie Wheeler.
! Johnstone, Earl McCullough.
Kinards, Mary Sue Hitt.
Oakland. Willie (lairse.
Lonsr Lane. Sims Wm. Cald<vell.
Pomaria, Sara Setzler.
Jalapa, Helen Folk.
Pio^pti iiy, Kebecca Haiman.
Humer-DeWa t, Alva Wens.
Saluda, Clarice Daukins.
Speers itreet, Beneita Buzr.ariit.
Smyrna, Mildred Hudson.
Central, Clarence Shealy.
Sil?.erstreet, Eula B'.air.
West lii.nd, Annie Lou Connelley.
Fifti , Sixth and Seventh GradesProf
Stemple's room, Holland hall.!
Teacher in charge, Miss Elberta Sease. j
Judges, Pro!'. W. H. Stemple, Xewber- \
ry college; K. Kreps and T. lioland. |
Boundary Street, Edward Epting. i
Betheden, Mary Cromer.
Crcmer .John Shannon.
Dominick, Mildred Livingston.
Hunter-DeWalt, Thelma Wilson.
Little Mountain, Fulmer Poland.
McCrary, Vera Oxner.
Mt. Pilgrim, Ruby Cook.
Oakland, Lulu Thompson.
. Pnmorifl RirviarH Hir>r>
Prosperity, Joe Langford.
West End, Carrie Xell Swindler.
St. Luke's, Horace Hunter.
Smyrna, George Boozer.
Zion, 0:in Hentz.
Eiy.th, Ninth and Tenth Grades?
Prof. Pye's room, Holland hall. Teach-'
er in charge, Miss Lois Eleazer. i
Judge: Prof. G. P. 'Voigt, L. F. Derrick j
and F. D. McLean. Contestants:
Kinards, Carlisle Oxner.
Little Mountain. Willie Derrick.
Mt. Pilgrim, Mae Long.
(Newberry High, Fannie Eleazer.
Pomaria, Grace Shealy.
Prosperity, Moss Fellers.
Swilton, Annie Shealy.
TMrd and Fourth Grades?Prof.!
Chapman's room,/Technological build-j
ing. Teacher in charge, Miss Katherine
iChappell. Judges: Prof. F. W.
Chapman, Newberry college: R. L.
Eallentine and H. Long. Contestants: !
Rmmiiarv Sfrppt. Maude Hamilton, i
w" " 7 1
Betheden, Fannie Dominick.
Central, Ilia !\'ae Swittenburg.
Johnstone. Eunice Willing-ham.
Kinards, Bettie I^athrop.
Little Mountain, Estelle Wheeler.
Mt. Pilgrim, Leona Stockman.
Hiinter-DeWalt, Clifford Metts.
Pomaria, Mary Hentz.
Prosperity, Et'.iel Shealy.
CnlnHd ti-vnr? V?/-lA'7Cir
uaiuua, u.tm ijuuovi.
Speers Street Margaret Farrow.
Swilton, Horace Counts.
Zion, Herbert Kinard.
West End, Ernest Layton.
Fifth, Sixth and Seventh Grades? I
Prof. Setzler's room, Holland hall. |
Teacher in charge: Miss Daisy Whit-:
ney. .Judges: Rev. J.IWiCarson, P. L. K.1
Deaton and P. Monroe. Contestants: |
Boundary Street, Lillian Brown.
Silverstreet, Osborn Long or Ollie
Belfast, Mary Wallace.
St. Phillips, Chrissie Halfacre.
Betheden, Corinne Cotield.
C romer, Haskell Cromer.
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Big Creek, Pearl Dawkins.
Central, Sidney Koon.
Hartford, Vera Derrick.
Little Mountain, Virgil Long.
Kinards. Robert SmitiX
Long Lane, Agnes Suber.
Mt. Pilgrim, Nettie Bowers.
Jalapa, Thompson Connor.
New Hope, Eunice Adams.
Oakland, George Sanders.
Pomaria, William Aull.
O'Xeall, Lottie Mills.
Prosperity, Ruby iMae March ant.
Hunter-DeWalt, Mildred Boinest.
St. Luke's, Sue Minick.
Speers Street, Janie Dell Paysinger.
IWest End, Janie Padget.
Zion, Carrie Folk.
.'Eighth, Ninth and Tenth Grades?
Prof. Bowers' room, Holland hall.
Teacher in charge, Miss Isoline Wyche.
Judges: Mr. James Sullivan, Lauren^
county superintendent; Wells Lowman
and Ridenhour. Contestant?:
Big Creek. Mark Boozer.
Little Mountain, Mary upnng.
Mt. Pilgrim, Lucile Shealy.
Newberry Hig;'\ Ernest Digby.
New Hope, Eula Epting.
Long Lane. Elizabeth Renwick.
Pomaria, Robert Berley.
Prosperity, Grace Sease.
Saluda, Bernice Dawkins.
Smyrna. Ernestine Paysinger.
Silverstreet, Rose Hamm or Ray-1
I'topia, David Cannon. |
Zion, Hanev Folk. j
First and Second Grades?P'irenol- I
ogical hall, Holland hall. Teacher in J
charge. Miss Lillie Sease. Judge: Miss
Mary Eva Hite. president S. C. School
Improvement association; H. Boozer
and Boring. Contestants:
Boundary Street, i.YJarv Alice Hipp.
Little Mountain. Marjorie Diller. j
McCrarv. Roseoe Buzhardt.
Cromer, Rosalvn Shannon or Joe
Pomaria, James 'Anil.
I Prosperity, John Cecil McWaters.
Speers Street, Mildred Spearman.
Third and Fourth Grades?Drafting
Room. iTeei' nological hall. Teacher in
charge, Miss Alma Lupo. .Judge:?:
Prof. Derrick, Newberry college; P.
L. Couknight and ii. 13aker. Contestants
Boundary Street, Lillian .McEntyre.
Cromer. .James Shannon.
Little Mountain Pearl Stockman.
Long Lane, Francis Felker.
Prosperity, Alma Gibscn.
O'XeaiJ, Eloise Boozer.
Speers Street, Troxelle Wrigi.t.
St. Luke's, Eetsv Hunter.
Fifth, Sixth and Se.enth Grades?Y.
M. C. A. room dormitory. Teacher in
charge, Miss Elizabeth Dominick.
Judges: Rev. E. D. Kerr, G. Corley
and iMr. Bowden. Contestants:
Beti.eden, Kstelle Dominick.
Boundary Street, Mary Frances
Little Mountain, Ada Brady.
Pomaria, Marion Setzier.
Cromer, Ellen Cromer.
Prosperity, Mabel McWaters.
Hunter-DeWalt, Bonnie Kpps.
Speers Street, Susie Mae Wilson.
St. Luke's, Merle Hunter.
West End, Peal Padget.
Zion, Daisy Young.
hight, Ainu. and ienta tirades?i.
M. C. A. reading room, dormitory.
Teacher in charge, Miss Ruth Payne,
.fudges: Prof. E. B. Setzlcr. Newberry
college: J. W. Wessinger and F. B.
Little Mountain. Olin Long.
Xewberry High. Julia Summer.
Pomaria, Narvis Setzler.
Prosperity, Caro ivVyche.
St. Luke's, Beulah Morris.
Smyrna, Thomas Henry Wilson.
Swilton, Wilbur Dowd.
Zion, Georgia Hentz.
Fourth and Fifbli Grades?Prof.
Voigt's room, Holland hall. Teacher
in charge, '.^rs. W. D. Rutherford.
Judges: Prof. X. Pye, Newberry college;
B. T. Bodie and Whitesides. Contestants:
Rmmfiarv Sfrppr Kverett Hinn.
Dominick. A. J. Livingston..
Kinards, Wash Oxner.
Little Mountain, Heyvvard Fulmer.
Long Lane, Forrest Suber.
Mt. Pilgrim, dominie Lee Shealv.
Jalaj)a, Louise Connor.
Oakland, Tom Sentell.
Poinaria. .Jessie Williamson.
Hunter-DeWalt, Lillian Livingston.
Prosperity, Bernice Merchant.
St. Luke's, Lucile Moore.
Smyrna, Caldwell Wilson.
Swilton. Lee Bundrick.
West End, Elonzo Mack.
Zion. Hayne Murphy.
Speers Street. David Hayes.
Sixt'i and Seventh Grades?Prof.
Cannon's room. Holland hall. Tpaci er
in charge, Miss Annie liynum. Judges:
Rev. F. E. Dibble. .7no. Sygert and Mr.
Centra], Lonnie Shealy.
Belfast, -I. W. (Wallace.
Cromer. Elmer Cromer.
Betheden, Louise Cromer.
Boundary, Daggett Norwood.
Johnstone. Eula Wicker.
Kinards Grace Boozer.
Little Mountain, Carroll Derrick.
iVc'-Crary, Lucy Stone.
Jalapa, Duncan Sligh Farrow.
Mt. Pilgrim, Ariel Bowers.
Xew Hope, Thomas Leitsey.
Pomaria, Johnnie Koon.
Prosperity, Xellie Wise.
Speers Street, Edwin Setzler.
West End. Shelton Ale wine.
St. Luke's, Annie Hunter.
Swilton, Winnie Long.
Htinter-DeWalt, Arthur Livingston.
Eighth Grade?'Prof. Cannon's room
Holland hall. Teacher in charge, Miss
Lucy Riser. Judges: Prof. 0. B.Cannon,
Newberry college; K. Baker and
T. F. Suber. Contestants:
Big Creek, Ray Dawkins.
Hunter-DeWalt, Thaddeus Boinest.
Kinards, Wilbur Ix>ng.
T nncr 7 ane Tsnline Brock.
New Hope, Eula Epting.
Newberry High, Drayton Nance.
Pomaria, Hubert Au 11.
Prosperity, Pickens Langford or Homer
Silverstreet, Gladys Stillwell or Elmira
St. Phillips, Alice Wicker.
Swilton, Berley Boland.
A preliminary to select speakers for
; the Contest on Field day was held at
| I'topia school Friday at 2:30 o'clock.
There were eighteen contestants, representing
Hartford, Deadfall and UtoJ
pia schools. From t'.iese contestants
j two were chosen to represent U ese
This was the first inter-school contest
to be held in this section, and
J much interest was displayed oy uie
I pupils and patrons from all the
! so'rools. On account of the large number
of contestants, u.e leading conI
testants had to recite a second time.
jH his time the judges selected Annie
I Wnrr? of rhp sixtii grade, from Hart
ford school, to represent the girls, airl
Roland Merchant, or' Utopia, to repre[
sent the boys.
High School Girls?Xewberry High
school building. Wednesday, 8 p. m.
Presiding officer. D. F. Barber. .Judges,
Miss Will Lou Gray. Prof. W. H. Stemph1
and Pro., G. Voigt.
Xewb-rry R:;t:i I):gl?y, ,-T e Wlntv ;
i , ?
j Whitmire- -.Nellie H::n. woue a.>
.ialaj a - (!.ois Glasgow, "Aurt So-J
plirona at the Opera.''
little Mountain ? Doris Kinard.
"Pledged With f.Vine."
Pro"1)4rity?Ruth Hi.nter.'The Tish/"v
w n ?% .1 * V? y\ iT'ol An "
: up anu Liit; I'ciuu.
Hi::h School Boys?Newberry court;
j hou?o. Wednesday, 8 p. m. Presiding;
; offir-er, I). LeRoy Wedaman. Judges,
Prof. ! :. P. Setzler, Prof. P. 0. Monroe
I and Prof. W. H. Hand.
Newberry?.1. Clyde Harris, "Death
B<\1 of 1'enedict Arnold,
j Hunter-DeWalt?T acUkus Boinest.
Writ;:: ire Francis Doughs, "One
Xfr-}-e l:;e Highest."
O'Xci'! Boy re Mills, "Little Jim:
:i:i: Steam Chair."
Little Mountain?Willie Derrick
"rii < ( a::?e cf ilie Gracchi."
rhonnp'is?r.arlton. Coleman, "Our
* * r ***
, Pomaria?Rubert Anil.
Prosperity?Clyde Wheeler, "One'
Xiehe the Higest." ;
I Grammar and Elementary Grades,:
J Bo s?Auditorium, Holland hall, New- '
berry college. Presiding officer, L. W.
j Bedenbaugh. Judges, Hon. A. J. Be!
thpfl .1 P Derrick. G. P. Yonce.
J Newberry ? Harold Hipp, "Boys' j
| Whitmire?Jack Wilson.
! McCrary?John Buzhardt, "Appeal ;
! Utopia?Roland Merchant, "Compo- j
sition on a Mule."
! Sil'verstreet? Frank Lake, "The Fel- j
oil's Cell." I
Hunter-DeWalt ? Hugh Boinest, j
' "Whipping the Teacher."
Swilton?Edgar Counts, "Boys' Com1
0 Weal I ? Lindsay Boozer, "Uncle
.Jalapa?Grover McDowell, "Centen-.
; Oakland?Ralph Sentell.
. Pomaria?Cecil Berley.
Prosperity?Robert Pugh, "An Inci-'
dent in the War Between the Sections."
i Little.Mountain?Virgil Derrick,"The
i Traitor's Deathbed."
; Vaughnville?Arci ie Brooks, "The j
i True Girl." j
Grammar aud Elementary Grades,!
Girls?Y. M. C. A. Ha:l, dormitory, |
i Newberry college. Presiding officer, j
J. S. Wi eeler. Judges, N. Wessinger,
Miss Mildred Abrams, :\ir. R. J. Gal-;
Xewberry?Marguerite Burns, "Lit- i
tie Orphan! Annie.*
I Beth Eden?Nora Ruth Coefield,
"How He Saves St. Michael's."
j Wait mire?Ruby Wren.
Hartford?Annie Ward, "William,
Silverstreet?'Ethel Blair, "Tommy's ;
, I l a > ci .
Huiiter-DavVa't? Essie Taylor, "Ge[
S wilton?-Hazel George, "Nobody's:
(Dominick, Burton, Trinity?Mattie
j Lee Bishop. "The Mysterious Guest."
i Jalapa?(Anna Suber. "Cynthia's
Oakland?Annie BeHe Attaway.
Prosperity?Bernie Saner, "Freckla,
Mudlie?Carrie 'Neil, "The Black
4?V >? "
biinuii s oiv/i j
Beth Eden?Corinne Coefield, "How
| He Saved St. Michael."
Little Mountain?Margaret Feagle,
| "Learning to Write."
I Long Lane?^Lucy Felker.
| West End?Willie Maude Bond, "So
The School Improvement asso'jia
I tion of Garmany i as decided to have
| an ice cream festival on the 26th of
ii\!arch at Mr. B. B. Leitzsey's.
i T:-e Mt. Pleasant School Improvement
association laved off the school
grounds and had a fence put up last
Mrs. T. E. Chandler will entertain
in her home e ladies of Betheden
community this afternoon at 3:30
The young people of Hunter-DeWaU
district will give a play at the so'nool
house Fridav night. March 26.
The school garden at Jof nstone
has been planted and fenced in.
School funds have been deposited"
privately in 1915. up to the middle of
Marc.'1., in the following amounts: Mc:Crary.
$13.60; Montioello, $5; HunterDeWalt.
$72.."?0; Xewberrv, ?10: St.
Phillip's, $10; Pomaria, $56.o3; Little
I Mountain, $96.13: St. Paul's, $5; Mt.
Pilgrim. $15.60; Dominick. $5; Whitmire.
$5: Fork, $26: Zino, 48.58.
Jalapa, Little Mountain, St. Luke's
Oarmriy ;ro preparing to order
s.'pp' mni:;:ry ivad rs for their !i
Cnrniany r ,; i'to; ia am eontemplat- M
ing pur:* as-ng maps "or their schools. fl
Arror.g the out-of-town visitors ex
e te;! for Fair and FelJ day arc the?
Hon. A. J. Bet. ea, Mr. J. E. Swearing
gen. Prof. W. H. Hand, :VIr. Lueco Gun?
ter. Mr. R. .T. fJa"erway. Mr. .las. Sulfl
livan. Mr. T P.. Feltcn and Misses Wfl
I o;i Grav and Mary Eva Hite.
Newberry fonferenee. ^
The spring meeting of the Newberry
conference of thr South Carolina synod *
will be held at Silve'street, Rev. S. P.
Koon pastor, March 19 to 21. IT? ^ program
Friday. 0:30 a. m.?Devotional exercises;
formal o])ening; enrollment of
de'cgites. otc. 10 a. m.. to])ic 1, "How
' -ft- r ? ? tl?7? +1-1 A on/1 ^
VIay inp L/ii UI^ii ratrip ue i a~3\.\ri ?uu
Render His Work More Effective ?"-?*- Jm
R. T. C\ Long. Kenneth Raker and Rev.
.T. J. Long. Topic 2. "The Congrega- Sjj
tion's Duty to t.ve Synod of Which it is ^
a Member"?Revs. P. E. Shealy, W. J.
Roof and delegate .from Little Mountain.
11 a m. divine services, sermon
by Rev. E. Fulenwider, president of
conference, followed by the Holy Communion.
Xoon recess. J
Friday, 2 p.m.?Devotional exercises; *
business: topic 3, "Missions:'" (a) "The
Pastor and Missions"?Rev. E. Fulenw:der;
(b) "The Layman and Missions'*
?Dr. Geo. B. Cromer Topic 4, "Tfte
Svnod-wide Campaign of the South
Carolina Synod"?Rev. ,E. C. Cronk,
Saturday 9:30 a. m.?Devotional exercise?:
business; topic 5, "Doctrinal
discussion: fa) ""Regeneration"'?Revs.
B. W. Cronk and Y. von A. Riser: (b) >~"Sanctifieation"?Revs.
J. D. Ki.nard
and R. H. Anderson. 11 a. m., Divine
service, sermon by Rev. IE. C. Cronk,
D. D., subject. "Adequate Support of
the Ministry.'* Xoon recess.
^ " 1 ' - ? T*V o 1 AVAr
sauiraay, p. m.?uevuuuuai r.vci rises:
business; topic 6, "The New '
South and the Lutheran Church"?Rev. |
C. L. Miller; topic 7. "Proper Observance
of th^ Sabbath/'?Revs. S. P.
Koon and Z. W. Bedenbau?' .
Sunday, 11 a. m.?Divine service, sermon
by Rev. A. J. Bowers, D. D.
Let every minister within the bounds
of our conference endeavor to be pres
ent, and let every congregation sena *
delegate, so that we may have a live,
vide-awake and profitable 'meeting of
E. W. Leslie,
Y. von A. Riser,
We are glad to note that T'*e Xew- ^
berry Herald and News i as been resurrected.
after being suspended one ^
month. Mr. E. H. Aull is again at the
helm as editor and manager.
Cures Old Seres, Other Remedies Won't Cure.
The worst cases, no matter of how longstanding-. _
o >->u wonderful, old reliable Dr.
Porter's Antiseptic Healing Oil. It relieves ^
Paia and Heals at the same time. 25c. 50c. 51.00
Swish! Corns Gone!
We Use "GETS-ITl" '
2 Seconds, 2 Drops?Corns Vanish I
For everybody with corns, there is
in every drug store in the land one of
the real wonders of tre world, and j
t? at's "OBIS-IT" for corns! It's the I
first and only corn-cure ever known J
that removes any and every corn or
j callus without fail, without -fussing Jfl
i with thick bandages, toe harnesses,
corn-swelling saln-es, irritating oint
ments. It's applied in 2 seconds?
bing, bing?2 drops, the work is done, M
t " " "
the corn shrivels up, your corn dguuj
ends and t'".e corn leaves forever! All
the limping, the pains Cat dari to your
heart's core, the crucifixion of having **
to wear shoes over screaming corns, flj
the danger of blood poison from making
them bleed by using knives, razors
and scissors?aro gone at last! "GETSIT"
is the new way. the sure, simple,
painless way. Try it for corns, calluses,
warts and bunions.
"GETS-IT"' is sold by druggists
everywhere, 2">c a bottle, or sent direct _ ?L,
by E. Lawrence & Co.. Chicago. Sold
in Newberry and recommended as tike
world's best corn cure by P. E. Way,
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