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Chautauqua Audiences will Hear
Prof. Chester M. Sanford to Discuss
" Problem of Avoiding tho Misfit
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"What shall l do m tee worm: i?
a great problem which interests all of
us. Aid in the solution of this problem
Is afforded by the lecture, "Failures
of the Misfits," to be given here
at the Redpath Chautauqua by Prof.
Chester Milton Sanford.
'Professor Sanford is an expert on
vocational guidance. His lecture aims
to guide the young people of the com'
CHESTER M. SANFORD
^ munlty Into <?J*oos!ng their proper vocations?to
help eliminate misfits in
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person, young or old, who has tho
future of America at heart will be
vitally interested in this lecture.
The tragedy in many lives is the attempt
to succeed in one line of work
when ability and inclinations point in
an entiivlv different direction. Many
a man w ho would succeed in business
would be a failure as a physician and
Professor Sanford's lecture give3 valuable
suggestions concerning the choosing
of a vocation.
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viewpoints of ?
beauty, utility and
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1 FOURTH AFTERNOON ||
I Redpath I
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NEWBERRY'S CLUB WOMEN ?
Mrs. H. L. Parr
Mrs. H. L. Parr (Mamie Boyd) is ;
! a woman of broad vision?far see
ing, as a woman occupying the posi
| tion which she holds should be.
| She is the daughter of Mr. C^houi
j F. Boyd and his wife, Mary Wilson
j Boyd and his wife, Mary Wilson
i She is a descendant of Hugh K. Boy<
who served Newberry in the capaeit;
of tax collector from 1836-1344 am
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j later as ordinary ox me county, on
is of Revolutionary stock, some of th<
| Boyds having served also in the Sem
i inole war and the War Between th
Mrs. Parr is president of the Woni
| an's Christian Temperance Union
: superintendent of the Cradle Roll ii
the A. R. P. church, and superintend
ent of the children's division of th
j Interdenominational Sunday Schoo
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A lady, speaking of Mrs. Parr, said
"I never think of Mrs. Parr withou
thinking of the W.'C. T. U. in whicl
work she is bound up, heart am
In this connection I would like t<
speak of another noble woman whos
; name is synonomous with th?i W. C
| T. U.
Mrs. Cynthia Mower (Nee Allen)
j Mrs. Mower and her husband, Du
j ane Mower of Maine?that stat
i which so early struggled with thi
i question of intemperance?moved t
' Mowhprrv and settled in the tow
where they carried on an extensiv
; mercantile establishment.
! Mrs. Mower was the founder of th<
Newberry W. C. T. U., then knowi
! as the "Band of Hope" and in addi
i tion to that work gave her life un
: sparingly and unselfishly to others.
; After her death her niece, Mrs
Sophia Mower Redus, was chosen a
president of the W. C. T. U. in New
I berry, serving lor many jtau. xi?w,
; were both members of the Associate
Reformed Presbyterian church.
Mrs. H- T. Cannon
l Mrs. H. T. Cannon (Myra Mower
is the daughter of the late George S
Mower and his wife, Fannie Jones
j George S. Mower was the son of Ml
Duane Mower and his wife Cynthi.'
i Allen Mower. Mrs .Mower was tin
! sister of one of Newberry's promi
| nent lawyers-, -Lambert W. Jones, Esc
j Mrs. Cannon is president of thi
l Woman's club and is very much in
I terested in this service, this club be
ing the only one in Newberry whicl
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j Mrs. Cannon is a graduate of Bryn
^ j Mawr. She is very literary in her
^ j tastes and is a great reader. She has
j made the club a very fine presiding
"jTEACHERS ENJOY DELIGHTFUL
MEETING AT WHIlMiKt
i Whitmire, April 22.?The county
. 'teachers held their last meeting *>t;
j the high school building here today, i
y , There was a good attendance despite:
3 ! the various attractions of the week
e elsewhere. Mr. Swearingen, state sup-'
g ! erintendent of education, ?nd Dean
-' H. L. Baker of the University of;
e South Carolina were the principali
j speakers of the occasion. The teach- i
-; ers were welcomed to Wnitmire by j
i, i Mr. W. M. Sherard and the response
n j was made by Prof. E. 0. Counts of
- j Prosperity. After the business ?es-1
e sion of one hour at the high school, j
?1 the teachers were shown the way to !
j the Y M. C. A. building where a lun,
' cheon was served. During the lunf
"hpnn thp Glenn-Lowry orchestra fur
h nished music under the direction of;
d Mr. C. H. Albrecht. There were 80 j
j persons to the dinner which was well;
o planned and delightfully served by |
e Miss Mary Grace Wilson, assisted by j
!. ; the teachers of the school with the;
j the tenth grade girls.
I The people of Whitmire were de- j
j lighted to have with them the teach- j
- ers of the county and heartily ap- j
s prove the suggestion of Supt. E.1
e H. Aull to make this an annual event.;
- 1 TUa V>oco.ri!i17 t.pan? nf the St. Phil- '
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n lips school came over with Professor ,'
e Clarence Lominack to play the Whit-J
! mire boys. After enjoying the lun-i
e ' cheon the boys played a rather close'
1 J game of ball, the result being 9 to 8 !
- in favor of Whitmire.
PROGRAM OF LILIPUTIAN
WEDDING TUESDAY, MAY 2
I. Chorus?How Do You Do?
P; II. Dance of Fairies.
s f III. Flower drill.
IV. Butterfly Frolics.
V. Duet?I'll Never Play With
I! VI. Duet?Do Birds Really Tell?
VII. Romance of the Flowers.
" y VIII. Piano solo?Elizabeth Holt. I
T IX. Solo?I Love You Truly?
X. Wedding March?Rachel MowLer
e | XI. The wedding.
- j XIII. Chorus?Goodbye.
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ETS ONLY $2.75 |j|
[ WEEK HERE
4 TO 11
| rirsi to esiai
w makers of U, S. field (now th.it the s
L Tires made this ises business from tF
t IBHSSI announcement last far-ownerK itis word
l fkM&sS&ii -nt t_ ,n2 that Usco sho^
r m&MM November? faiih by announcin
w ''Hereafter the price of the Ias- fa^*
y 30x3Vi 'Usco' is $10.90." Xhe same intent I
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(Thelowest price ever quoted on has made usco" a st<
a tire of quality reputation and for years.
standard performance. "usco? Tire v
* * * bctterthanitis today
And now, with the opening of its established qualii
Spring, there seem to be quite a time-tested performai
number of "New and Spccial and its price closely fi}
tires" coming into the market in ured in tune with the
the $10.90 price range. times.
(Perhaps you are wondering just *
what there can be either "new" /
or "special" about these tires. X
It can't be the $10.90 price? /
"Usco" established that five. f
months ago. /
Nor quality reputation and /
standard performance?for it takes /
more than one full season for any /
new tire to demonstrate where /
if KfnnrU in oualitv and value / ?
I With so many tires rush- / WLff
ing into this $10.90 price / # ffltW Jst
United States Tires / \ ^ JL
arc Good Tires / (ififf
r a / num. mc-prn
\ / United State
l / United States @ Rubt
! W f Fifty-three The Oldest and Larzest
f Factories * Rubber Organization in the World
I-j. , Newberry Hardware Company,
Where Tbu ry, s. c.
C*rin ?%ijv Oxner, Kinards, S. C.
" / Cannon Auto Service, Newberry, S.
U. S* I West Pomaria Drug Company, Pomaria, I
| Fertilizer Works j
I HIGH GRADE I
(I FERTILIZERS I
1^ to a standard 1 I
| builT t Not Down III
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Street Duty !
Street: duty of $3.00 for all male persons
from 18 to 51 years of age was due
the town the 1st of April, 1922. Summons
to work the streets will be served the 1st of
May unless paid by that time. Pay at
city clerk's or chief of police's office.
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Chief of Police.
Usco" / j
vrber- J. M. Nichols, Silverstreet, S. C.
McCulIough Service Station, Whitmire,
Jas. E. Sh^aly, Little Mountain, S. C, ?
C. Newberry Machine & Auto Works,
5. C. Newberry, S. C.
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Wlllt. L?A5UL,li>l?- Al^U Liiumjij
3 Horse Power Gasoline Engine . $ 75.00
4 Horse Power Gasoline Engine $ 95.00
6 Horse Power Gasoline Engine $140.00
8 Horse Power Gasoline Engine .' $175.00
4 Horse Power Kerosene Engine $105.00
6 Horse Power Kerosene Engine $150.00
4 Horse Power Portable Saw Rig $175.00
6 Horse Power Portable Saw Rig $215.00
Log Saw with Gasoline Engine $ 85.00
Add to above prices $11.05 for Bosch Magneto Equipment.
W1TTE ENGINE WORKS
Columbia, S. C.
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To Automobile and Truck Owners
The Highway Commission at their last
meeting adopted a resolution requesting
each member of the Commission and all ^
Magistrates and their Constables to report
to the Sheriff for prosecution any person
operating a car or truck without hav-*
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mg a license thereon according to taw.
"LICENSE APPLIED FOR" tags are no J
good except on NEW CARS and then for ^
only 10 days.
It is not right for some people to buy li- 1
censes and others not to. Eighty per cent
of this money goes to maintain the roads.
After May 1st all persons not complying
strictly with the law will POSITIVELY
George P. Boulware
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