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VOLUME LVU1. NUMBER 70. ? j: NEWBERRY, S. C?. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1922. TWICE A WEEK, $2.00 A YEAR
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PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS
PROS^IROUS PROSPERITY
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Prosperity, Sept. 4.?M:ss Annie
Lee Langford of Spartanburg who is
i.- vlgicjiig her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P.
* ^|j|i|-angford, entertained at cards
Tuesday morning, complimenting her
.^^^^^"house guest, Miss Marie Philpot of
Laurens. The rooms given over to
the games were abloom with a miscellany
of garden flowers, and score
?. was kept on cards hand-painted in
Japanese designs. This very pleasant
morning was brought to a close
j^with the serving of frozen fruit salad
' sandwiches, olives, pickles and iced
* tea, the hostess being assisted by her
sister, Miss Joe i^angioru.
For the junior set of girls one of
the prettiest parties of the vacation
season was a rook affair which Miss
Pearl Wheeler gave Friday morning
in honor of Miss Myrtle Carter of
Hampton. Pink was the color scheme
suggested by the lovely roses used in
decoration and carried 6ut in all the
details of the party. The &ore prize
was a box of bonbons, won by Miss
Ruth Stockman." Iced tea and sandwiches
were served.
The William Lester chapter, U. D.
C., was entertained at its regular
meeting Friday afternoon at the
home of Mrs.. J. D. Quattlebaum,
with Miss Blanche Kibler as hostess.
Mrs. W. J. Wise was leaded of the
following program:
The Jefferson Davis Memorial?
Miss Kibler.
The monument to Gen. Stoud
i Watie?Mrs. J. A. Counts,
r Stonewall Jackson's Monument?
Miss Willie Mae Wise. x
Will be the World's Greatest Monument?Miss
Ethel Saner.
During the social hour delightful
sandwiches and iced tea were served,
the hostess being assisted by her
three little nieces, Misses Julia, Ros- wwl
Safft. jfofcttlebaum. ' :'
A social meeting of the Woman's
Missionary society of C ^ace church
was held Thursday afternoon at the
Ihome of Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Singley.
The members were received on the
wide porches which were beautifully
arranged with ferns, hanging baskets
^ and jardinieres of garden flowers. A
short program was enjoyed ?viiicn inV
eluded readings by Misses Rath
| Hunter, Etel Saner and Phoebe Sir.gI
ley, and a song by Miss Rosalyn
! Quattlebaum. The address of the oc?
casion was given by the beloved pastor
of Grace church, the Rev. S. W.
Hahn, on: "The Master has come
and calleth for thee.1' The hostess,
assisted ,by Mrs. J. A. Price and Mrs.
J. H. Werts, served iced tea and
sandwiches.
The September meeting of the
James D. Nance C. of C. was held
Saturday afterwith Miss Mary Littlejohn
as histess. Owing to the election
of officers the regular literary
nroeram was dispensed with. The
officers elected were: President, Miss
Salome Dominick; vice president,
Miss Florence Wheeler; secretary,
M iss Margaret Griffin; treasurer,
^ Miss Rosalyn Quattlebaum; historian,
Miss Frances Bedenbaugh; gleaner,
Miss Mary Barre Werts. During the
social hour Japanese punch and
sandwiches were served. The little
hostess was assisted by her aunts,
Misses Edna and Moss Fellers.
Rev. J. W. Carson of Newberry
closed Sabbath eveuing a very interesting
series of services at the A. R.
P. church. The community at larje
showed interest in the meetings and
enjoyed the forcible sermons of Dr.
t iir n ,
u. . v/aiduxi* *
Of cordial interest is the marriage
of Pat E. Wise to Miss Bertha Putzek
which took place Saturday in Richmond.
Mr. Wise is a native of Prosperity
and is the second son of Mrs.
Laura Wise, and is now holding a
responsible position with Fisk Tire
company of Raleigh, N. C.'
A group of young girls and boys
\ went out to Hartman's pasture
Thursday afternoon on a delightful
picnic given by Miss Victoria Crosson
in honor of her Sunday school
class.
An enjoyable outing wns given on
Tuesday afternoon when a party of
50 motored to Prosperity's Country
* club on a picnic. After swimming
and boating a delicious picnic lunch
was serveu uii me uaiih.s 01 uu* r;vk*r.
Mrs. A. H. Kohn, Miss Xell Kohn
and Mr. and Mrs. Hart Kohn spent
Friday with Mrs. Birge Wise.
Miss Jean Adams of Remo, Va., en
I
'route to Columbia whore she teaches
this session, is spending- the work
with her sister, Mrs. J. C. Si-humpert.
Misses Willie Mae Wise, Nellie
Wise, Elizabeth Brown ami R.'becca
Harmon and Messrs Mower Singley
and Curtis Puj^h motored to Colum,bia
Saturday.
Claud Duncan of Greenville spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Crosson.
Dr. and Mrs. C. K. Wheeler motored
to the capital city on Wednesday.
B. L. Wheeler of Columbia spent
Friday with his mother, Mrs. Nancy
Wheeler.
! Mrs. Aduie Hodges has returned
from Spartanburg and Blairs.
! Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Skid more of
Albemarle, N. C., visited the latter'*
grandmother, Mrs. Nancy Wheler on
Saturday.
| Miss Bess Bowers has returned
from Clemson College.
The Clemson cadets leaving today
are: Ralph Sease, Elton Sease, Cutt.<
Wise, Harry Miller, Robert Pugh,
( Horace Hunter, .1. L. Boozer, Jr.,
and Heyward Singley.
i Mr. and Mrs. S. Merchant and Miss
Mary Kohn of Salucia spent Monday
with the family?<f J. B. Stockman.
Rev. C. J. Shealy and little Clara
jbneaiy 01 Cameron spen^i lew days
here last week.
j Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Kohn and Miss
Gertrude Bobb spent Fridafct in JalaPa
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Mrs. Minnie Kinard and son hei
bert of Ervin, Tenn., are visiting
their many relatives here.
i M iss Eoline Wheeler of Greenville
is home on a short visit.
| Miss Lazette Counts returns Tuesday
to her school duties at Lincolnton
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Mrs. Allie Ellis of Leesville i> the
guest.of her sister. Miss Victoria
jCfosspn. - .. ?
' Mrs. J. G. Price of Co1 mbia spent
Monday with Mrs. J. C. Sehumpert.
i Miss Moss Fellers has returned
from Eastcver.
1 Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Wise spent
Thursday in Batesburg, the guest of
their daughter, Mrs. J. C. Taylor.
Miss Nannie Simpscm left Sunday
for Sartanbur~ where she is principal
of one of tht, kwright mill schools.
Miss Rosalyn Millej- is visiting in
Columbia.
1 w.15. Wise ot Leesviile is spending
a while with relatives here.
' Prof, and MrMs. J. C. Brooks have
returned to Harleyville where Mr.
Brooks is superintendent of the h'gh
school.
Miss Marie Fhilpot and Miss Annie
Lee Langford of Spartanburg are
visiting the latter's parents, Mr. ar.d
Mrs. P. L. Langford. >
Miss Eula Joiner, bookkeeper at
the Prosperity Oil mill has returned
from Helena, Ga., where she spent
her vacation.
: Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Amick of Leesviile
are guests of Mrs. J. A. Price,
i Misses Celeste Singley an.! Brewer
of Columbia are visiting the former's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Singley.
C. C. Wyche cf Spartanburg and
G. C. Wyche of Greenville visited
their parents, Dr. and -His. C. T.
Wyche, last week. Mrs. Wyche re
rurneci nome wun L. L. wyche lor a
few days' stay.
Miss Lena Lester and Dr. and Mrs.
G. C. Ca ugh man of Columbia were
week-end guests of Mrs. Rosa Lestbr.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bryant and
daughter, Miss Lois, and Miss Fair jf
Orangeburg are visiting Dr. and Mrs.
J. A. Simpson.
4 Misses Ru a* Mao am] Rprni^p
Merchant of Newberry are visitors
here.
Miss Doris Price of Columbia e:i
route to Union spent the wjek-end
with Mrs. J. C. Schumpert.
Wm. Seel and R. K. Wise of Columbia
are guests of Mrs. A. (I. Wise.
Miss Eunice Long left Saturday
for Sumter where she wil! teach another
session.
Miss Carrie Long leave.- this week
for Lykesland where she teaches in
the hi.^h school.
Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Hamm, Mr. and
Mrs. G. D. Hunt and Mrs. Nellie Hunt
left Sunday for the mountains of
North Carolina.
Mrs. J. W. Hunter. Mrs. R. C.
Hunter an 1 Horace Hunter attended
the funeral of Mr. George Corley in
Lexington on Wednesday. Mrs. Bessie
Corley and children returned
home with them and will spend a
i
*.vhile with Mrs. J. \V. Hunter.
L. M. Wise of Greenville $'as home.
for the week-HPlJ. y
' Messrs. J. I&^tockmaiv 'a'ulYKyrd
' Gibson have *ltaturned from ReMsville,
Greenvillectini Spartanburg,
where they visited Relatives ami*
friemlsli
C. S. Sehurnpert of Greenvil'e has
been on a siiori visit to the home
folks.
' -Miss M-rv DeWaV Iiu.nl -r has r-i
turned ivom Andrews.
IT ,>> ?! tif VI ,.> I S> V 111 \ 'IT". 1
polis is ho me for a few weeks' stay.
Mrs. J. Tl. Be of I'miliaria
is visiinij: her parents*' Mr. and
Mrs. J. M. W'ons.
Miss Nellie Wise leaves Wednesday
fcr Dallas, X. C.. where she teaches
this session. |
> Miss Ruby Who Kr returns on
Thursday U> h( r school duties at
Iioanoke R..pics, X. C.
\V. T. Gibson visiting his
tor, Mrs. Wilbur Enting .of Ren^
; Rev. i?r.d 'Mrs. J. W. Carscn of
Newberry were guests the latter pari
. of the wi ek of Mus. Elvira Kibier.
; Miss Doris "Kohn hf^ returned from
i Asheville.
Miss Bertie Sar.cr of Clinton was
heme for th? week-end.
J. M. Bowers, Guy Saner and
Mot' lnnui"> f i'\v Wnff
orcfl^fcn^chool. ^
Prof. Leslie Sin^Iey, superintend
ent o^the JrfjB school at Newman,
(la., lenves^Oli few days, after vis
iting Mrs.xJ. C. Singley.
Messrs. J^H. Crosson, T. C. 1^enbaugh,
h Grant and Franlc
Harman motored to Gray Court for
the week-end.
1 Mr. Olin'Bobb j>nd ?on Karl of Columbia
spent Sunday with Miss Geri
trude Bobb.
TOURISTS' AND FARMERS'
' ' n^ORHATION?&^REAU
Newberry Department to Give Free
Information to Tourists and to
Farmers of the County
Announcement was made some
two weeks ago that the Newberry
chamber of commerce would open a.
new department which would be
known as the Tourists' and Farmers'
Information bureau, the department
being opened for the sole purpose of
supplying the many tourists who pass
through Newberry with information
regarding condition of highways and
the most direct #oute to the point
where they desire to go and to supply
to farmers information concerning
diversified farming. Secretary
McDaniel announces that this department
is now open and ready to
give out what information is desired.
Koad maps which show the principal
roads and highways throughout the
entire country have been secured,
many of them being for free distribution
to the tourists, and bulletins
which over all branches of diversified
farming for distribution to the farmers
go t<> make up the new depart-'
ment. The stock of maps and bulletins
will ,be kept as near complete as
possible at all tim~s ?nd the farmers
ul tourists are invited to vi.-it the
chamber of commerce headquarter?
and secure what information they
need, the services of this department
being absolutely free.
Citizens of Newberry are urged to
cooperaie wun me miorm..uon oureaa
of the chamber cf commerce to
the extent of referring ail tourists
seeking information to this bureau,
as well as referring all farmers to it.
Many tourists pass through Xewberry
every week and iu many cases
they stop in the city to get information
regarding highway.;, etc.. :;n<l
the chamber of commerce wants to
see that they gel correct information.
On the corner of Main an i College
streets will be seen a sign which <liv.ir.fj
Ti ill vijr-2 ")"fl f'.ll'niiifv tn
chamber of commerce This sign is
on tho side of the bu .lin# occupied
by Haltiwan^er ?!c Carpenter and .-an
be seen by all vehicles -pproaehip.;:
College street fro:v. the east. The y!trn
not only direct? the tourists and i';irmers
to the chamber of commerce for
information, but invites them to <ret
acquainted wit!: Xeu'.orry.
"Indians don't "> on The wa:;uth
any more. '
"The warpath N cut of date. Mo. t
of them ar. on the roud with circu-- i
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WHrrM1RE IS SLOGAN
JMitoF^EWBERRY BOOSTERS
Wednesday WiJl Be Big; Dnv toft
VVhitmife andl Newberry?Mmy V'
^^^.uto.r.obil-ja to Go.
Per^fc the most often repeated
words iRj^ewberry during the prist
few daycare: "On to Whitmlre!''
These wbfvis scc'in to be the slo.;an
that Jh Been adopted f-.r the b:?
"get^^uS-inted" tour to Vv'hitmire
on vvecHi^suay, mi* uin, wner. me
Newberfjd boosters will swoop down
on the Degressive city of Wh'.-Mi/e
B)J;-pose of getting bettor i'Cwith
her citizens. I:, has
fiaunced by the retail tr.de
r(? of the Newberry chamber
eice that all plans fo- ihe big
eg been completed, ilow.-ver,
lay the committee w;li make
a canvassjfl?the city /or the purpose
of gettingi^S many auto.n.?l>:les as
possible, to make up the caravan.
During ihp past three or foar days
much^ptiuisiasni hits "/.'en ra tnifested
over tHe trip Wednesday and it is
ex^Bted fiiat it will prove to be one
things of its kind ever
stag?iin^ ew.; erry county, Newberry's
most Capable speakers are on the
program,'and of course the citizens
of Whitniire will line up their best,
so everything points to the fact that
it will indeed be a big day.
Just a Gcod Time
The sole purpose of the trip is to
have a g;>od time and to get better
acquainted with the citizens of Whitmire
and surrounding communities,
li.f i>\rnr'\-\.r\r]^ laovn fViciv Tincinocc
worries at home and go prepared to
enjoy the good time that will be waiting
for thefti. It is expected that
many people who live within a radius
of fifteen miles of Whitmire, or
perhaps a-further distance, will be in
attendance.
"" -Ji*V<?ry]be<!y In viced ?
Every citizen c.i Newberry and
surrounding territory is invited to
join the Newberry boosters on this
trip to Whitmire. Let every automobile
owner fill his or her automobile
with people and be at the chamber
of commerce headquarters promptly
at 2:1"}. It is going to be a big day
for Whitmire und Newberry and if
you don't go you will miss something
that you will regret for a long time
to come. Come on, everybody, let's
go to Whitnwre!
Death of Wife Formerly Widow
Mrs. Willie Tabitha Coleman died
at 9 o'clock Friday morning at the
home of Mr. Ed. W. Proctor, West
End, and was buried at Rosemont
ccmetery at G:30 p.m., service conducted
by Rev. E. V. Babb. Mrs.
Coleman was 7S) years old, the last
of her immediate family, Gilder, and
is survived only by nephews and
nieces, as follows: Dr. A. P., A. A.,
and L. A. Coleman of Greenwood,
W. D. Coleman of Atlanta, J. K.
Coleman of Denver, Col., Mrs. R. M.
Godsey of Greenwood, Miss Cora Lee
Coleman of Orangeburg an.I Wm.
Lett of Orange, M. J. The burial
was attended-by the relatives from
Greenwood. Mrs. Coleman's first
husband was Mr. T. P. Slider, a former
well known citizen of Newberry
and of South Carolina and a familiar
figure in Newberry as editor of
the Progressive Age, a newspaper
published in this citv durine the ear
!y 70's.
Laurens Defeats West End
Staging a ninth inning1 rally Laurens
defeated West End 7 to f>. B:>th
l. .'.ms hit hard but West End errors
eanie a* critical times.
Wu ts with a homer, -two doable?
an ! a finale was the Ivadir.g h'.tt- r.
Welt End p-:.ys the fast Miles mill
club o: Greenville here Fr!d:iy. Sept.
8 at "> p. !V.. Th's t-iub w..n the pennant
in the Textile league, composed
of mills in and around Greenville.
Their pitcher, Leftv Jamison, has a
reputation of losing only one gam?
in the leairue Ve.'.t West, ?nd t::inh;s
they can s: >p him. .
R H K
I.aureus .... 000 3000 004?7 12 :5
West End ..200 -*10 010?G 1(5 8
Sv.\rck ami Carre:!: Smith a:vi (>]i
VC '!*.
Ice Cream Festival
The Woman's auxiliary o Smyrna
church will have an ice cream festival
at Mrs. (i. i.. < :am?'s thi.- i'u *stiay)
evening, September 5. All are
cordiallv invited.
CARELESS DRIVING CAUSES
MAJORITY OF AUTO ACCIDENTS
' Inspectors of the Pennsylvania
! railroad have completed another,
check upon automobiie drivers at
Selected highway crossings in Penn-,
sylvania. New York, Deleware, -Maryland.
and Virginia, to determine
t'he extent and character of careless- j
ness displayed in driving motor cars
over railroad tracks. The fact> in !
8*>1 specific cases of gross negligence j
have been compiled and analyzed.:
!
The following forms of careless driving
were noted:
Failing to look in either direction !
for "trains.
Disi .ganfmg the stop signal of |
cross-rig watchmen.
Driving under crossing g.ites in
front of trains while gates were be-;
insr lowered.
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Running on crossings before stopping,
not having car under control.
Stalling on tracks.
Stopping cars on crossings and
turning around on the tracks.
Paying no attention to the locomotive
warning whistles.
Racing automobiles across the
tracks to beat trains.
. At one crossing, during a period j
of 17 hours, 73 cars, bearing license
tags from five different states, averaged
37 miles per hour when running
across the railroad tracks and in two
instances they were making almost
a mile a minute.
At another crossing 19 new and inexperienced
drivers were observed, i
i tn ->t'' nthpr aut omobiles I
across the rz 1 uud tracks and one
car was diivi.. 2"> miles per hour in,
the dark witho it lights.
It was not p">s -.'t ie to tell how ma-1
ny had defective b 'kes, ,but four recent
accidents at crossings on the
Pennsylvania system were pertain-!
4*4- to be due- to this ^ iniiii'ViT "(
The Pennsylvania Railroad system
is working in cooperation with the j
American Railway association to re- j
duce the fatalities and other acci- i
dents occurring at grade crossings, j
Seven thousand lives are lost annu-j
ally in the Unitec1 States in mishaps!
of this kind. Tne railroads of the \
country are at present conducting a (
"Careful Crossing Campaign,'' which !
started June 1st and will be contin-1
ued until September 30th, for the !
sole purpose of urging the American j
people to "Cross Crossings Cautious-1
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PROSPERITY SCHOOL
' HAS FINE OPENING!
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Prosperity, Sept. 4.?Prosperity
high school opened Monday morning'
with a large crowd of patrons and'
.* 1 ~ /lnnf "p H
pupils present, IJUJJCI iiitcuutiii i_i. v^.
Counts says the enrollment bids fair (
to be larger than the 1921-22 ses- j
sion.
All tcachcrs are ready for the
work of the new session, most of
their with somewhat increased facilities.
Prof. J. C. Pool will have charge;
of the agricultural department, and
following is the corps of teachers:
Mioses Willie Mae Wise, Mjsi Feilers
a:ui .Mary Langfor.l, high .7>:hcoi:(
31:sses Susie I.asigford, (Jra "j S?_ase
and Clara l>.own. grammar s.-h -1;
aiid Mrs. .J. 1). QuaUkbaum, primary
teacher.
mL . 1 l .. : .rt . k
in:1 tjw'v(?ij.*>iia; c.\. rcjst.. ; r ...
chargc of Rev. J. 0. Griffin, wt\ lot
short talk.i wen- made by the
t'-r? cf the iiivn ..s follows: II v. J.
A. ?.IcKeown. pastor of the A. li. i\
church; i-L-v. \V. ilah::, pa.?:;>: ?>f;
Grace Lutheran church; ilev. J. L\
Williams cf the Baptist chut*. and
Rev. J. L). Or;;!'.: of the .1 ;
church.
County Supern:ter.d:-nt K. II. Aui'.
was present and ;n an in*vve.-i'.n r
t Dr. J. S. Wheeler spoke in behaii
of th<. trust".'.-:, announcing; the
add.;: on of ih" el -ventii .dc.
i't of. Count" . r<e :n\ .-T-nted the
teachers and e.-ne.i .IIv ? mnhs.Mzcd
the nccc. :ity of corporation betw. en*
patrons afui t achers.
NOTICE
The Sou'h i.au! c::s S'n^injr t .?n-'
veritior. will moci at Oakland Mil:
church the ?e ond Sunday afternoon.
September l!i. 1 !?22. at '1 o'clock.
All si n vers and the public a re cordially
invited to meet with us.
H. V. Abranis,
Secretary.
Clinton, S. C.
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THE JOHN F. TAYLOR FAMILY
ENJOYS ANNUAL REUNION
I want to acknowledge my thanks
for an invitation to attend the annual
reunion of the John F. Taylor family
which was held at the home of
Mr. Pierce Bowers on Wednesday,
August 23.
I regret very much that on account
of a meeting of the Countv Demo
cratic Executive committee on that!
clay 1 could not be present. It nasi:
been my good pleasure to meet with
them for the past two years and en- ,
joy the good dinners and kind friend- '
ship which they always show me. !<
I am giad to learn that they had
another good day with their father,
grandfather and great grandfather,
John F. Taylor that good old veteran
who has been through the bitters and
hardships of this world for the past
77 years, always wearing a smile. 1
Can you say the same?
All the children with their families were
present except Mr. Nathan 1
Vaughn and family who were kept :
away on account of sickness. With
a few invited friends the crowd num- i
bered about 110.
After they enjoyed the usual good '
dinner which is always'spread in the
little oak grove in front of the house,
Rev. J. A. McK^own, whf was pres
ent, made quite an appropriate prayer
and talk, to the enjoyment of
those present.
May the dear old father be blessed y
with the privilege to meet with his
descendants many more years. Only
one death has occurred in the fam-.
| ily since they last met a year ago,
and two births.
T. J. W. ;
Sept. 2, 102*2.
| PROMINENT PLANTER
DIES IN NEWBERRY
One Week's Serious Illness
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' The State. i,
I Newberry, Aug. 31?Thomas Wadlincrtnn
Koitf. son nf the late Col. El
*"'C> -""7
iison S. Keitt, died this afternoon at
5 o'clock at his home, nine miies east
of Newberry, at the age of 63. He
had suffered from heart trouble for
some time, but was confined to his
bed on]y one week. Mr. Keitt was
graduated from Virginia Miltiary in- ,
stitute and taught several years in
Clemson college, coming from Clem- i
son to his home in this county, where
he owned and conducted successfully
a large planting business. Mr.
Keitt is survived by his wife, who :
was Miss Annie Wannamaker. a sis- ;
ter of .John E. Wannamaker of St. I
Matthews, and by two sons, Thomas
E. Keitt of Newberry, real estate i
and insurance agent, am' George (
Keitt, professor of agricult re in the ;
University of Wisconsin. He is also
survived by his brother, Joseph L.
Kpitt of New.berrv. and a :>isfir, Mrs.
I,. vP. Miller of Newoerr> county. <
Mr. Keitt was a useful and active ?
member of the Meiliod'st church and .
a man of very high character ai.-<? at- 1
tainments. The funeral arrange- ]
ments have not been arranged. 1
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The iV.Icwing were the pail bear- j
ors: T. Roy Summer, E. B. Purcell,
A. \V. Murray, H. T. Cannon. Boyd 1
Jacobs, B. L. Dorritv, Geo. C. Hipp,.
McK. Hutchinson.
T-QI*
Death cf An Old Lady
Mrs. Mollie C ar.non Spearman filed
at 2:-']0 o'clock on Monday mornirg
at the home of her son, Mr. I).
("Dock") Spearnun, beyond the ?
limits of Helena on the Burn Iiiver
church road. She was the w!du*.v of *
the late G. W. F. Spearman ai;-' was ^
his second wife. Mrs. Spearman was
c
m her 79th year. The surviving k
relatives are the two sons, Messrs.'
Rowland G. of Jacksonville, Fla., 1
and 1). C. Spearman, and one sister,
M. Ma:t:-.' Boozer, of the < aunty.1
Mr. M. L. Spearnr/.n was he:- step.-on,
i - : f k:?v!r.<r been twice mar- r
ried. having rr. irrierl sister.-. The in- ^
torment \v111 b;* in Rosevicnt c. me- c
tery with service at the grave by the
iit-v. L. \. U.!>). the proces;ion i '*
ing wie housi- at 10 o'clock. Mrs. f
>|)v ai man v.as a long time and faith- t
fui nu-inbt r of :!u- Baptist ehur-ii in v
this city.
Mrs. Frank Mower and Miss
FManche Davidson returned Friday
from Eastover where they attended tl
wfcu-.'ing of Mrs. Mower's niecvi. - J
NEWS OF WHITMIRE
1 OWN THAT DOES THINGS
Sad Death?Baptist Missionary Society
Holds Interesting
Meeting
Whitmire, Sept. 3.?Our community
is sad over the death of Mrs.
Margery Bay who was buried here
yesterday. She had been a widow
for 27 years and lived a long and useful
life. When a girl she joined the
Methodist church and ever afterwards
was a consistent member. Her
whole life was the embodiment of
charity and good deeds. She is survived
by two daughters, Miss Jessie
Bay and Miss Nora Bay, and one
son, John Bay, who is farming near
Prosperity. A profusion of flowers
and great concourse of friends at
her interment witnesed the high esteem
in which she was held.
Our brass band, one of the .best,
will give a concert this afternoon in
the park. Some of our laymen may
speak. i
Dr. C. L. Busbee is spending a few
days with his parents at Wagner. He
is accompanied by his wife and sweet
little daughter, Ella Earl. Some of
the doctor's relatives have sold a
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large tract of land in which he is interested
and e ahs gone down to get
is "finger in the jie."
The Baptist Missionary society met
here Friday last. The attendance
was large and much interest was
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inanifested. A fine dinner was
spread in the park, which unlike
their communion, was free to all.
Mrs. W. H. Runt and Mrs. John Kinard
were conspicuous by their good
lucks and activity in the proceedings.
It is 25 years since we saw these fine * 1
ladies and we were glad to see that
with them "time's effacing fingers
mark the lint's where .beauty linm
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er more delighted than is Dr. Thorn- \
2S with his new Dodge car. For two
claps he forgot to go to dinner or
that he had a splendid wife. We hope
his attention to his car will not increase
the sale of tombstones.
Dr. W. R. Barron of Columbia
was the guest last Sunday of our
Laymen's Brotherhood. Ke delivered
the monthly address and it was a
good one. The doctor is president
of the Billy Sunday club of Columbia
tiiiu vziy aitivc in vvuiiv.
We are on the "tip-toe of expectation''
as to the coming of the Newberry
boosters. Whitmire will give
them a royal welcome and agree to
anything they propose as to the welfare
of our grand old county.
Miss Gertude Smith of Kinards is
the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. W.
Gary. Circumstantial evidence indicates
that Miss Gertrude may become
a citizen of Whitmire.
HOME DEMONSTRATION
Mrs. Carl Heller was hostess for a
sail meeting of Tranwood Demonstration
club Wednesday afternoon.
After all business matters were attended
to, the ladies began to ply the
needle 4fc-ith Red Cross work. Daring
:he short time the 14 ladies completed
16 pairs of flannel bootees, having
previously made 21 little garments.
The hostess served cake and iced
tea.
Mrs. C. A. Matthews,
Sec.
Itinerary For Week
Tues'lav?Tabernacle, 3:30 p. m.
>.'l Mrs. Fraidy's.
W edr.csday?Mt. Bethel-Garmany
rlri<. t p. m. at school.
Thursday?St Phillips, women and
rirls, 3:30 p. m., at Miss Lenora
rlalfacre's.
Friday?Midway, 3 p. m. at Miss
5 a rah Counts'.
Friday?Little Mountain, 4:30 p.
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Miss Berrie, home demonstration
igent, will attend the district agents'
neeting at Rock Hill Sept. 11-16.
)'Xeall, Tran wood and Hartford
lubs will meet later in the l^onth.
All girls sewing clubs are requestd
to brii'T all work done this year
or inspection. The best will be sent
o the district c-onte.it at Greenwood
on Sept. 26.
Proceeds from community market
or the week are $114.00.
Miss Lois Fant of Columbia spent
rie week-end with Miss Anne 0.
luff.
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