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if I HE NEWS OF POMABIA
| TOLD IN PARAGRAPHS
f THE SEWS OF PROSPERITY
^ TOLD IN PARAGRAPHS
Pomaria. S. C. March lf>.?Misses
Mary Livingston and Trannie Folk of
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iVewberry, spent me w?ck cuu at mC
home of Mrs. H. P. Wedeman.
Mrs. M. R. Jones of Archers. X C.,
? is visiting her grandson, Dr. Z. -T.
Mr. and H. F. I^ominick and
Mies Mary Lominick visited at Mr. and
Mrs. W. B. Boinest'e Sunday of last
Miss Jessie Rutherford spent the.
we^k end with Miss Louise Richardson.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. C. Kibler of Pros- !
perty, spent Saturday night and 'Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs M. E. K. Glymph.
Mrs. Mary Pinner of Horse Shoe,
^ N. C., is visiting her son, Dr. Z. T. j
Miss Lizzett Counts of Prosperity,!
was the -guest of Miss Mildred Boinest j
Saturday and Sunday of last week.
Mrs Beatrice Hope visited relatives
in Columbia the first part of the week.
Mr A-rthnf O/Minto maHp a flying
trip to Anderson, S. C., Saturday returning
Sunday, on business. He reports
We liad the pleasure of worshiping
people of St. Phillips congrega- ;
tion Sunday. Dr. A. J. Bowers is supplying
their church at present His sermon
Sunday was a most touching one,
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time when Dr. Bowers is to preach.
The ladies of St. Paul observed the
^ week of prayer this week holding the
first meeting at the church Sunday
Dr. Geo. Y. Hunter and Dr. C. T.;
Wyche of Prosperity delivered very
favorable addresses at Hunter-DeWalt
on last Friday which was very much
ercjoyed-by a large audience. Drs.
Hunter and Wyche are loyal fiSends of
that school and its progress ana are
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doing all in their power to the advancement
of the school, the people
feel that they can't be too grateful to
On the evening of i.M'arch 27 at S
o'clock State Superintendent of Education
J. E. iSwearingen will speak in the
school auditorium to which the public
is cordially invited to attend.
.Pomaria ana .tiun*er-.L>ewaii gruucc:
schools will cross bats on the Pomaria
diamond Saturday afternoon. This will
te 'he first game :or the session by the
Pomari.t school. .-ivnter-DeWalt has
played tvvo rbjscarci:, one with the
Prosperity Ilich fcI's-g: in which ^v"score
st. ->c j (J to 7 :r> favor of Pros
Notice to All
We will conti
parts and repair F
manner as in the ]
We will app
uance of your pat
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anions Players Film
.OU.NT PICTL Kuo produced o >
d Oliver Morosco are acknowledged
ed this splendid service for our pitr<
e then:, tell your friends?if no: tell
ODAY?FRIDAY MARCH 1
ia? presents Hazel Dawn in an
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pcrity ;1h* other with St. Phillips
graded school in which the
stood 3 to 7 in favor of Iluntcr-iVWalt.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. IVu-iIy a-id r. H.
fV -tifc ??in nt fn ( i.T?:m.hi? TiltisJiv
I.Viss Pearl ftallenr.nr- .v. tcr v'.sit'.r.g
a: Batesburg and LeesvIIU* has returned
Miss Ma(tie Cromer, age about 6">
years, three miles wrt or To
died at 5 o'clock this nr"1'"?
v>q Hnr?<w4 at *"ht> ifYmlcle hurvini."
grounds Thursday Y
Rev. Y. von A. c
Ballentine "have gone to Roanoke. Ya.,
to attend the laymen's missionary conwww?w?n.
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Proi. Ben M. Setzlcr of the Pomaria
graded school and Misses Ella Lang:
- hi and Grace Burion Reagin from
. ):>! and Prof. D. L. Wedaman
i '.i s;es Ha'.facre and 'Setzler from
! Iiinter-DeWalt school are attend
"r he State teachers' association in
The ladies of the Missionary Soci.
..c I'omaria Lutheran church
will render public exercises at the
v..ch ou Sunday night, March 19, be*
r.ning at 8 o'clock.
Program, "Christ in America/' will
he rendered, together with representa-..a'lo-ai
sixteen a;fferent foreign
.j-.^iies, showing tfce need cf the
\ ~>r1: in those heathen lands. Inter
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L. e children, accompanied witb
,;v -,ii music by '.he children and
:cw;u' ps. <
It is not o ten that one is permitted
.o witness a meteor in daytime 'but
while standing in the middle of Boyce
u:reet in front of the iSaivoy hotel,
Tuesday afternoon about sunset, the
reporter saw a firery Jball speed across
tie heavens from Southwest to Northwest.
It left a trail of gray smofce or
gas that was plainly discernible for
fully a quarter of an hour afterwards.
It attracted the attention of quite a
number of people.
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PA REX T TEACHERS' AS30CIATIONvS
1)0 GOOD WORK
The parent-teacher organs..^
b carv Street and Spcer street
schools held meetings at their respective
schools last Wednesday afternoon.
values teachers and pupils there were
about 0 patrons and friends present at
the two schools. Both programs con
s. t*d o eexreises by the children in
observance o: public health, day.
After the health programs short
business sessions were held. One mat.
ter discussed was the Importance of
naving one or more special moving
pictures a week suited to chilaren, and
having an educative purpose. Financial
reports show that the associations
have each raised awat 5200, wnlch
amounts have been used in school
We can scarcely overestimate the
value to the schools and to the community
of these parent-teacher gath1
erings, 'inrougn mem leacuers a.uu
parents become better acquainted, and
a better and more cooperative scnooi
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i Our Office has
ly disturbed bj
i Companies. We i
pleased to serve y
W. A. M
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give a demon?
and see this
rosperity, 2>. k,.
spirit is aroused, winch in tne altitude,
the activities and the accomplishments
of the children.
of the more tangible results
of the efforts of these associations are:
Establishing, maintaining and enlarg
ing libaries which have toecoine ccuters
of pride at the different schools,
furnishing books and furniture and
Keeping ine liuiants v^utu 0
the summer months; providing playground
apparatus and athletic supplies;
kalsomining "walls, staining
floors, getting sanitary drinking fountains,
The Commercial Bank wHl have its
Red Poll bull and registered heifers
here next Tuesday, so a letter i.'rom
Mr. Long to the president advises.
These heifers are fine ones and will be
sold to the farmers of the county with
a view to improving the stock and encouraging
stock raising. Further details
as to the distributions of these
heifers will be made in the next sene
of the papers.
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shall have twelve
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