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the week before Christmas. He will
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Sheriff Blease and Dr. Boyd Jacobs
were called below Prosperity to see a
mule on Tuesday on the report that
the mule had been shot while in the
stable. Investigation showed that the
mule had cut its mouth very badly
on a nail in one of the logs of the
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Prosperity, S. C-, December IT?
A large number of relatives and
friends witnessed the beautiful mar-1
riage of i.W'iss Alda Rae Wneeler to Mr. j
Carl Marks Simpson at Grace Lutheran j
church on the evening of .November j
The church was a scene of loveliness j
in its decorations of artistic simplicity,
these being overseen by Mrs. J.
Frank Browns, v.-ho proved herself an
artist. Before the ceremony an interesting
musical program was rendered
by Mrs. Frank Browne, closing
with Lohengrin's Bridal Chorus,
which announced the arrival of the
bridal party, who entered the church
in the following order:
From the front entrance came
Messrs. J. S. Wheeler and McFall Wise,;
Arthur Lee Wheeler and Walter Wise,
who took their places under arches
covered with Southern smilax, . over
which burned numerous candles, stationed
on opposite* sides of the altar.
Following the ushers came Rev. E. ivV.
Leslie, the officiating minister.
+v.a r?>iryir /innr rame'the dame i
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of honor, Mrs. Joe Hartman, who was!
gowned in a beautiful creation of
white charmeuse with beaded net, en
train, carrying a bouquet of white carnations.
Next came Nannie Wheeler,
the maid of honor, gowned in pink j
crepe de chine, accordion plaited, with
trimmings of pink marobau, carrying
a bouquet of pink carnations?taking
her place opposite the dame of honor.
Then came Dorothy Miller, bearing
the ring on a silver planter, wearing i
a beautiful white empire dress, followed
by Rosalyn Miller and Frances
Wneeler, the flower girls, wearing
dainty frocks of pink accordion plaited
crepe de chine.
The bride entered with her father j
and met the groom, with his best man, |
Di. JLillius Simpson of Kershaw, in the I
outer platform, which was carpeted in
white and decorated with pot plants
and burning tapers everywhere. Here,
under an arch from which were suspended
two doves, they were made one,
using the impressive ring ceremony.
To the strains of Mendelssohn's
"Wedding March" the bridal party left
the church, going to the bride's home,
where a brilliant reception was iheld.
The bride was a picture of girlish
beauty in her wedding gown of duchess
satin, worn ankle length, with train
draped from the shoulders, carrying a
shower bouquet of pride's roses and j
lilies of the valley.
Mrs. Joe Hartman and (Mass Effie,
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ewberry, S. C.
| Hawkins met the guests at the door
and introduced them to the receiving
line, consisting of the bride and groom
and their- parents.
The guests were invited into the din- j
ing room, where they were served a !
delicious salad course by a bevy of!
young girl friends and cousins of the
bride, followed by cake and coffee,
served by Misses Mary Lizzie Wise and
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dainty attractiveness with its decorations
of white draperies suspended
from the chandelier to the corners of
the table In the center of which was
a. platter holding a beautifully decor- !
ated cake. Much merriment was ex-!
cited over cutting the cake.
During the merry-making the couple '
slipped away by automobile to Newberry,
taking the train for parts known
only to themselves. The decorations i
over the whole lower floor were beautiful,
consisting of smilax and cut
A haridsnnip r.nllentinn of nresents
consisting of cut glass, silver, china, j
brass and linen gave witness of the |
popularity of the young couple. Mes-1
dames Browne and Quattlebaum fur j
nished the music for the evening.
Miss Wheeler is the eldest daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. J. Sidney Wheeler of
this town. Her winning ways, happy
disposition and beauty made her a
boasted daughter of Prosperity.
Mr. Simpson is the third son of Dr.
and Mrs. J. A. Simpson of this place,
now a rising and popular young business
man of Charlotte.
Among the out of town guests attending
trie wedding were Dr. and
rV?'ns Anoaiet Hnpfpr Mr D. "R Miller i
of Columbia, Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Kibler,
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Johnson, Mr.
and Mrs. Tom Johnson of Newberry,
Misses Virginia Lee and Doris Kinard,
Glayds Miller of Little Mountain.
The Christmas savings clubs for 1916
are now forming at the Commercial
bank. Jon one and save a small
amount each week and you will be
surprised and delighted at how the little
things accumulate into large ones
in a short while. Some people as old
as 60 years who were members this
year were heard to remark when they
drew out $25 and $50 during this week
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ever saved and they were surprised
even at how easy it had been don*.
would be usef
A Carving Set
A Pair of Good S<
A Piece of Brass
A Reed Tray
A Service Wagon
1 12-H. P. Tozier engine mounted.
I 70-saw angle drive Lummus cotton
gin with top feeder and condenser
with extra bush wheel.
1 Gullet Press, friction drive, self
tramper, with 5-inch pin.
1 42 inch Carolina corn mill, top
runner with elevator cleaner and shel
120 feet of 8-inch Gandy belt, 6 ply;
75 feet 6-inch leather belt; 80 feet 10inch
65 feet 2x3x16 shafting, with 3 compression
couplings and 9 boxes.
1 shot outfit, cost $175, consisting of
one hand forge, one extra heavy pos;
drill, one screw plais, anvil and 'vice,
etc. This machinery is all practically
new and in first class condition. Will
sell cheap for cash or credit
Also three mules and three and onefourth
C. L Leitzsey.
The best way to learn how to waste
money is to make it easy.
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| Christmas Service.
| "Christmas: Hail to the New Bora
King," will be rendered in Pomaria
Lutheran pastorate as follows: At
Bethlehem, Sunday, December 26, at
11 a. in.; at St. Matthews, Monday, December
27, at 11 o'clock. This is an
exceptionally fine service of songs,
readings and recitations and will be
wpII rendered. A male quartet wit'a
obligaot, "0 Beautiful Star," will well
be worth a trip. A cordial welcome to
all. S. C. Ballentine,
The regular annual meeting of the
shareholders of The National Bank of
Newberry, S. ., is called to meet at
the president's office on January 11th,
1916, at 12 o'clock M., for the election
of directors and for the transaction of
any other business that may come up.
R. D. SMITH,
December 13, 1915. Cashier.
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