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VOLUME LVIII, NUMBER 72. NEWBERRY, S. C., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1922. TWICE A WEEK, $2.00 A YEAR
Prosperity, Sept. 11.?Mrs. J. L.!
Wise, superintendent of the Cradle i
Roll of Grace church, entertained the
tiny tots and their parents Saturday i
afternoon in the Sunday school room.!
Twelve of the children received their j
diplomas, which promoted them to
the Light Bearers, the presentation i
being made by Rev. S. W. Hahn in
his usual happy manner. Mrs. P. C. ]
Singley gave a reading, followed by |
a song by little Rosalyn Quattlebaum. I
Each child was given a bean sack as
souvenir of the occasion. With the !
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serving 01 ngnt reiresnmeius un? |
pleasant afternoon was brought to a
A party was given Tuesday afte>
noon when Misses Effie and Elizabeth i
Hawkins entertained. Quantities of
different colored asters were effec- j
tively used in the decoration of the j
parlor and reception hall, where five!
tables of rook were set. The score j
prize was won by Miss Susie Langford,
the consolation fell to Mrs. J.i
A. Counts, and the visitors present,1
Misses Jean Adams and' Elizabeth'
Bearden, we?:e each given souvenirs
of the occasion. Misses Helen and j
Frances Bedenbaugh assisted the hos-1
tesses ir. serving a sweet course. \
One of the prettiest and most enjoyable
of the season's parties was
given Monday evening when Miss Vida
Counts entertained the Epworth
league, complimenting Miss Mary Ellen
Bowers and D. M. Bowers and
Ray Bedenbaugh, three of the league
members who are leaving this week
for college. The guests were entertained
on the lawn, late in the even-1
ing an ice course was served, the hos- j
tess being-assisted ixy?Vera
Barnes and Mae Lee Shcaly.
The Luther league of St. Luke's j
Lutheran church enjoyed a mcon-j
light picnic Monday evening, when:
they motored to Parr Shoals. After |
enjoying the sports of the water, a
delicious picnic lunch was served.
Miss Mary Ives of Orlando, Fla.,
4^ + v>^ mmct n-f "\Tr? .i T) Luther.
ID U1C 5UV.OW V* ?w. v. ? -
Mr. George Swygert and daughter,
Miss Helen, are visiting Mrs. J. B.
Mr. and Mrs. O'Merle Lorick of
Columbia were week-end guests of
Mrs. J. D. Lorick.
Miss Mary Wright returned to
Newberry after visiting Mrs. Lula
Miss Elizabeth Hawkins leaves today
to resume her teaching in Marion
high and graded school.
Mrs. James Goggans and childhren
of Columbia are visiting Mrs. C. T.
Wyche. . < J
Miss Helen Bedenbaugh leaves today
for Chicora college.
Miss Ehethl Saner is teaching this
session at Chapin. Her sister, Miss
Grace, is with her and attending Chapin
Miss May Long left Saturday for
Bethune where she has accepted a position
in the city schools.
Miss Ruth Hunter is visiting in
The following students leave Wednesday
for Summerland college:
Misses Daisy Shealy, Violet Lester,
Pearl Wheeler, Mamie Lee Merchant,
Lucile Moore and Betsy Hunter.
Rev. and Mrs. J. Wr. Carson of
Newberry spent'Saturday with Mr.
and Mrs. J. B. Pugh.
Miss Mary Willie Shealy left Saturday
for Gainesville, Fla, where
she will spend the winter with her
brother, Dr. A. L. Shealy.
Prof. P. K. Harmon has returned
to Little Mountain where he is principal
of the high school.
Mr. and Mrs. Hart Kohn and Mi?3
Nell Kohn of Columbia spent the
week-end here with relatives.
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.HISS VI'I U uuc ?jwks ii?j - Leaphardt
where she teacher? in the
Miss Essie Robinson leaves to lay
for Greenville college.
Miss Mary Ellen Bowers has entered
Lander college at Greenwood.
Mr. Verd Peterson, supervisor of
agriculture of South Carolina, spent
Sunday with G. D. Brown, Jr.
i*--; r Rev. J. A. McKeown is in Iva..
vrtietejie is assisting in holding a seri^.^'w^ices
in the A. R. P church.
E. S.vJones, presiding t-1 d r
of Cokeshury district, held quarterly
conference Saturday aC Zion. While
here Rev. Jones was the guest of
Rev. and Mrs. J. D. Griffin.
Miss Lois Johnson cf Clinton is
visiting: Miss Lera Livingston. Mrs.
S. W. Hahn is spending: the week in
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Sehumpert of
Bishopviiie are guests of Mrs. B. B."
W. B. Wise has accepted a position
in Fayetteville, X. C.
Miss Nannie Lee Young spent
Sunday in Ureenwood.
j Curtis Pugh leaves this week for
Pittsburgh, where he will be with the
Westinghouse Electrical company.
Mrs. Will Sparring and little
daughter Catherine of Jacksonville.
Misses Joe Caughman and Louise
Stork and Robert and Wm. Stork of
i Columbia were guests Tuesday of
Mrs. A. G. Wise.
Dr. G. Y. Hunter and daughters,
Missese Mary DeWalt, Ruth and Myra,
motored to the capital city on
Mrs. C. G. Barrier and son Clari
ence of Augusta have been visiting
Mrs. S. J. Kohn.
Mrs. Minnie Warren has returned
1 to Richmond after spending a month
| with her daughter, Mrs. 0. B. Simpson.
| Ira B. Nates of Columbia was home
' for the week-end.
; Mr. and Mrs. E. 0. Counts, Jr., of
Charlotte have returned home after
visiting the former's parents, Prof,
and Mrs. E. 0. Counts.
j Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Price, Mr. and
j Mrs. J. A. Price attended the Parrott
reunion in Saluda on Friday
An automobile party composed of
i the following have returned from
j Charlotte: H. L. Shealy, M. S. Shealv,
Robert Counts nad Aldon Bedeni
Mrs. Ophelia Bowers, Messrs. A.
| A. Nates, T. B. Young and I. B.
I Nates spent Sunday in Greenwood,
j Jake Mitchell of Newberry was
j home for the week-end.
S. S. Bire-e has ffene to Columbia
i to visit his sister, Mrs. A. H. Kohn.
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The proceeds from the market for
the week are $120.40. This is very
good when we take into consideration
the fact that eggs and vegetables are
j becoming scarce.
| Nice beef and mutton will be reaj
dy for the public on Wednesday and
j The following are wanted at the
j market to fill a special order on Sept.
,20th: 100 lbs. turkey, preferably
'last year's stock; 25 dozen eggs; 20
hens and 10 lbs. butter. Parties de'
siring to fill any part of or all of this
I order will please communicate with
. the community market managers.
i lo'ivirtor QiJ.'lvoca amrmnt
i The Home Demonstration eljbs
i have their annual fair Nov. 9-10-11
in Newberry. All phases of the
, work will be exhibited at this time.
I The different industries of Newberry
and individual farmers are heartily
; invited to put on exhibits. Let's
make it a real get-together meeting.
Those interested in poultry are urged
to put on exhibits. We need more
land better poultry. You can set a
! good exampie.
Miss Daisy Borrie will not leave
, for Rock Hill until Wednesday, the
agents' meeting having been postponed
until Thursday. She will meet
the O'Neall club girls on Tuesday at
! 3:30 p. m.
FACULTY CLEMSON COLLEGE
f AYS I KltJU lb 1U I . W. Kfc.i I i
j We, the faculty of C'lemson college,
having heard with sorrow of
the death of our former colleague.
Professor Thomas W. Keitt. wish in
this way to express and put on rec.
ord our appreciation of the valuable
services he rendered in class room
;and in the community durinz the ten
years he was one c;f our number; and
to assure h's wife, his sons, and other
relatives of our sincere sympathy
'in this time of great grief.
Wm. S. Morrison.
B. H. Johnstone.
I). W. Daniel.
Miss May Tarrant, teacher of music
in the Batesburg grammar school,
spent tire ^veek-end at home.
'newberry boosters given
! royal welcome AT whitmire
Stores Closed to Meet Boosters?
Cincert Band Renders Bea-itiful
"Welcome To Our City" were the
i words that were sounded to the aujtomobile
caravan of Newberry boos
j ters as they ente: cd the city ut u nitj
mire on Wednesday afternoon or.
I their mission of friendship and better
understanding. The a ut<; mobiles
loaded with merchants, business
I men and women began to leave Xew:
berry at 2:00 o'clock and continued
until 2:o0 and for more than thirty
minutes they lined up on the streets
of Whitmire and when the last car
arrived more than forty cars were
counted, all of them being loaded
with citizens of Newberry eager to
make new friends in Whitmire and to
renew their friendship with ones they
For about twenty minutes after
the boosters arrived in Whitmire they
were allowed to visit in the stores of
j the progressive merchants of that
'good little city, after which they
were escorted down near the mill to
a beautiful grove where the afternoon
program was to take place. As
they began to enter the grove the
Glenn-Lowry Concert band which
had gone ahead began to play a welcome
greeting to the visitors. The
| band kept up the music for more
than twenty minutes while the crowd
was gathering, and truly the music
was beautiful and as an evidence of
the fact that it wa? enjoyed the applauses
were loud and long. Many
seats had been placed in the grove to
take care of the crowd, the overflow
being taken care of by seating themselves
in the many automobiles that
formed a circle around the band
stand. A platform had been arranged
| for the speakers and on this platform
I there was a great big barrel of lemonade,
also a barrel of ice water
I which had been prepared to quench
the thirst of everyone.
W. M. SHerard Toastmaster
After the large crowd had enjoyed
the concert and had quenched
their thirst with the lemonade and
ice water, Mr. W. M. Sherard who
acted as chairman and toastmaster
for the occasion called the meeting to
nvdfr. In verv appropriate words
Mr. Sherard extended words of welcome
to the Newberry visitors,
pointing out in his remarks that
Whitmire and Newberry had been
drawn closer together during the past
year by the completing of the highway
and that it was the desire of the
Whitmire people that these two towns
| work closer together in coming years,
j Mr. Sherard dwelt at some length op
the friendly relation that the Whitmire
people reserve for Newberry
and in concluding said' that this visit
would bind them miich closer to
Newberry than ever before, and at
the same t'me he hoped that it would
bring the Newberry people closer to
Whitmire. Mr. Sherard also said that
whilp the merchants of Whitmire
wanted their citizens to do all their
trading in Whitmire, yet if what was
wanted could r.ct be found in Whitmire
they wanted them to buy in
Newberry as this would keep Newberry
county money in circulation in
Newberry county where it rightfully
The next speaker introduced was
Mr. Z. F. Wright of Newberry who
responded to the words of welcome
: in a very happy manner. Mr. Wright
! assured the chairman and the many
: citizens of Whitmire that it was a
| great pleasure for the Newberry peo1
pie to visit with them and that thev
J greatly appreciated the hearty wt li
come that had been extended to
them. Mr. Wright told the Whitm're
people that this is only the begi.iI
ninsr of many visit.5? that would he
| made to Whitmire by the people cf
j Xewberry. that they were coming; ofj
ten and wanted the people of Whitniire
to return these visits. Mr.
; Wright concluded his address by r )pealing
for a g:\ater cooperation between
the citizens of Xewberry counj
ty, especially since the highways had
; brought them so much closer to.
Mayor Puckelt Speaks
j The next speaker on the pr~Tram
! was Mayor \Y. Ci. Puckett of Whit'
mire. Mayor i'uekett's address was
not long, but in a few words he asj
sured the Newberry people that they
! were welcome in Whitmire at all
times and that the "key to the city''
j would be turned uvc-r to them on all'
Frof. Derrick Speaks
Prof. S. J. Derrick, a man who is
loved by every citizen of Newberry
county was the principal speaker
for Newberry, and after having been
introduced by the chairman he responded
in his usual happy manner.
t!> <>!' Derrick assured the citizens of
Whitmire thai the Newberry people
were of the opportunity to-visit
iheni en a mission of friendship,
that Newberry had always had a
warm spot in her heart for Whitmire
and thut this spot is get'.ing warmer
every day. Prof. Derrick brought
out in a forceful manner the neighborly
relations that should exist between
Whitmire and Newberry. We
are neighbors and should have the
spirit of neighbors, he said. This
spirit, he pointed out, could be maintained
by cooperating in every movement
that meant the up-building of
the grand old county of Newberry, by
doing all of our trading in otir home
county. Prof. Derrick made it plain
that Newberry* did not want to take
any trade away from Whitmire, but
made a strong apDeal to the citizens
of Whitmire to uo all their trading
in Whitmire, but in case they could
not find what they wanted in Whit'
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mire tney snouia come to ;>ewoeiT)
where the merchants could supply
their every need. Prof. Derrick
talked at considerable length on the
great possibilities of Newberry county
and the greatness of her people,
and\ in order to maintain this greatness,
he said we must stand together
in building up our churches, schools,
highways, commercial and industrial
enterprises, and last, but not least,
our homes. He also said that we
should be ready at all times to deal
with the "knocker" as he should be
dealt with, that the knocker was a
menace to any community and the
sooner we get rid of him, the better.
In conclusion, Prof. Derrick said:
i "We love you, people of Whitmire,
and we want vou to love us, we want
to work with you and want you to
work with us."
i Other speakers who made short
but interesting talks were: Mr. M.
S. Lewis, cashier of the Bank of
Whitmire; Mr. E. J. Green of Newberry;
Mr. M. E. Abrams, prominent
merchant of Whitmire and Mr. L. G.
Eskridge, president of the Newbefry
chamber of commerce.
! At the conclusion of addresses the
band again broke into strains of
beautiful music while the people
from Newberry and the Whitmire
people spent some time in "getting
better acquainted." Of cou: ..e, another
break was made for the lemonade
and ice water. Men were stationed
at each barrel with dippers to
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some time had been spent in friendship
conversations many of the Newberry
people left the grove and went
to the beautiful Y. M. C. A. building
for the purpose of seeing how ihe
people of Whitmire provide for the
pleasure of their citizens. This
building is a credit to Whitmire and
would be a credit to any city in the
state of South Carolina. As the
: visitors passed through the building
j many of them were heard to say:
''Wp wish Xowberrv had something
i On their'journey home, the Newberry
boosters were loud in their
praise for the royal welcome that
was extended to them by the people
of Whitmire and every one of them
is determined that this shall not be
the last visit to that progressive city,
so look out Whitm;r'\ we'de coming
again. We hid a glorious time.
Won't you visit Newberry ?oon so
we can try to show you how much w?
enjoyed our visit with you?
Miss Ethol Riser arrived hoiv Sandav
from Florida to attend Newberry
college this session.
Mr. Max Daitch returned Saturday
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NOTICE TO FARMMERS
Farmers who wish loans from the
. Fc 'ern' Land bank of Columbia this
fall will please m;ke it known to mo
before Septrmb'-r 25th a< I must reni.?-t
by that (lav the allotment desircd
bv the Mt. Bethel X. F. I., association.
H. C. HOLLOWAY,
NEWS OF LITTLE MOUNTAIN
Luther League Has Delightful Mounj
tain Picnic?School Has Opened
?Sad Death of Child
Litile Mountain, Sept. 0.?The Lu- j
ther league of Holy Trinity church J
gave a moonlight picnic and chicken !
roast in honor of young people who |
leave for various schools and col-'
leges during the next few weeks. It
was given last Tuesday night at the
picnic grounds cn the mountain. The
ni.^ht was beautiful and the place
idea: for such a gathering. Twentyseven
chickens were roasted over the
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not coais .n me regular uaruecue p:.
on the grounds. To the delicious
chicken was added the contents of
the picnic baskets and an abundance
of ice cream. Each Luther leaguer
had the privilege of inviting a friend
to the affair and so about bO young
people were present and all had a delightful
The Little Mountain high school
will have its formal opening Friday
morning, Sept. 8th at 9 o'clock. An
address will be made by Dr. J. J.
Long and some others, including
Sunt. E. H. Aull. The patrons and
friends are coidially invited.
The teachers for the coming year
are, in the high school department:
Mr. Price-K. Harmon, principal; Mr.
E. 0. Hentz, assistant; in the grammar
school: Misses Evelyn Wise,
Lucy Brady and Helen Summer. A
fine opening is expected.
j The Woman's Missionary society
of Holy Trinity church will hold a
general public meeting Sunday afternoon,
September 10, at 4 o'clock.
Dr. S. J. Derrick, president of Newberry
college, will be speaker for the
occasion. The public is cordialiy invited.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Char
ley Long was saddened by the death '
of their little son, James Horace, last
Thursday. James Horace was two
years. 10 months and 4 days old.
The funeral services were held in
Holy Trinity church, Rev. J. J. Long
D. D., pastor, and Rev. J. C. Wessinger
conducting the services. The
body was laid to rest in the Little
Mountain cemetery beneath a mound
of floral tribute. The bereaved parents
and friends have the sympathy
of the entire community.
Prof, ana Mrs. W. K. Gotwald and j
son of Ne\Vberry were the guests ofj
Rev. and Mrs. J. J. Long on Tues-I
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Long and
children of Newberry spent last Friday
with the former's brother, Rev.
J. J. Long.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Derrick and
children of Clinton visited relatives,
and friends here last week-end.
Miss Janet Frick left last Friday j
for Spartanburg where she will teach
! Mrs. Minnie Kinard and son Hubert
of Erin, Tennessee., spent Monday
with friends here.
i Mrs. Annie Fleidner spent the
week-end in Clinton.
i R. L. Riser returned Wednesday
to his school duties at Swansea, S.
Carlin Shealy of Clinton spent last
week-end with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. C. Shealy.
i Misses Hattie Belle and Violet
Lest. < of Prosperity were the guests
of Misses Louise and Willie Mae
Shealy several days this week.
1 Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Wheeler and |
daughter Faye of near Newberry
spent Sunday with relatives here.
Misses Myrtle Davis and Xell Bradv
spent the week-end with the lat
! Mrs. B. M. Wise returned home
Tuesday after a pleasant visit with
her sister. Mrs. Clyde Padgett of
Walterbcro, S. C.
Mrs. Ellen Eai.ule reached hsmej
Li: Saturday from an extended vis- j
it to her brother, Marion Miller.
Misses Lucy and Ada Brady have i
as their qrucsts for the week Ethel!
Berry of Elloree and Sadie Barnadof
of l"r;on. 1
Mrs. Martha Shealy and grandson.
little Alvin Cum:1 lander, soont
several days this week with her son.'
H. .1. Shealy of Laurens.
Mrs. J. I ^tockman an! son Wil-i
liam of Co *>ia visired relatives^
here thi- w
Mr?. Eloii/. t S'healy visited hor parents,Mr.
ap-i .Mrs. Rudolph Stoudt'mire
of Peak ::t -t week-end.
j Mr. and Mrs idgar Judon and
son of Spartanburg visited the latter's
father this week, R. P. Huffman.
Mrs. J. H. Wise and B. M. Wise returned
home Friday evening from
the big goods markets.
Dr. Ralph Sease left last Thursday
REUNION OF FAMILY
OF MRS. JNO. F. BANKS
Last Friday morning, September j
2nd, three cars came roiling in at the .
home of Mr. and Mrs. D. V. Knight, i
These cars were occupied by Mrs. 1
Banks and her children and their family,
also her sister, Mrs. Janie Reagin
and nephew, Mr. Robert Counts.
Th<> families were as follows: Mrs.
James Ruff, Feldon, Ray and James
Ruff, Jr.; Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Taylor
and Vivian Taylor; Mr. and Mrs. i
Edd Enlow, Banks, Lomie and Hazline
Enlow; Mrs. Ambrose Kibler,
Rebecca, Nellie and Counts Kibler;
also Miss Sarah Banks. The two
boys were absent, R. C. Banks who
is in business in Kansas City, Mo., J
and B. C. Banks, who remains in the 1
country near the old home. This
was an enjoyable day.
After partaking of such a sumptuous
dinner the evening was spent !
in song service and various other I
amusements. About four o'clock
iey left for a home run to Newberry
ccompanied as far as Laurens by
. Ir. and Mrs Knight and thus brought
the enjoyable day to a close.
CALVIN CROZIER CHAPTER
OFFERS LOAN SCHOLARSHIPS I
The Calvin Crozier chapter U. D.
C. is offering this year three loan i
scholarships to Newberry college, j
Two of these scholarships are vacant,
i i v .1 x _ j ;
anci tne cnapier is uesuuua ui applications
to fill these vacancies. Anyone
wanting scholarships may find
out the terms of the loan:, by inquiring
of the president. The requirements
of an applicant are:
1. The studenv must be a descendant
of a Confederate veteran.
2. The student must be eligible to
the Freshman class.
3. The student must be at least
16 years of age.
4. The student must send quarterly
reports of his studies to the chapter
5. The student must during the
year write an historical paper for the
Please send in applications by Saturday,
Miss Julia Kibler,
Mrs. J. L. Feagle,
West End Wins
West End won three good games
last week by good pitching and timely
At Fountain Inn Smith out pitched
Nelson with men on base and was
given good support.
On Friday Werts had Mills mill
eating out of his hands, not one getting
as far as second.
At Greenwood Saturday Lefty
Halbrook had the edge over Lefty
Calvert and only gave up one hit.
West End plays Greenwood here
Saturday, September ltith, at 4 p. m.
R H E
West End ....100 000 012?4 8 4
Fountain Inn 001 000 000?1 3 2
Smith and Oliver; Nelson and
Friday's game: I
R H E
Mills mill ....000 000 000?0 1 3i
West End ....001 010 lOx?3 5 3!
Long and Smith; Werts and Oii- j
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saiuraay s game.
R H E;
West End .. .000 020 000?2 9 1
Greenwood ..000 000 000?0 1 0
Hal brook and Oliver; Calvert and
The next session cf Newberry college
begins for new students seeking
v.,. r.vmn'nntinn and for;
students seekimr to remove conditions.
Tuesuav. September 12.
The regular work begins Thursday
morning:, September 14. at nine1
o'clock, at which time ad Iresses will'
be made by the pastors of the city ;
churches, i>y the mayor of Newberry
and by Col. W. H. Hunt and Dr.
Geo. B. Cromer.
BOOSTERS TO VISIT PROSPERITY
AND LITTLE MOUNTAIN
"Double-Hea der" Trip to Be Mada
Friday?Both Cities Prepare
To Greet Visitor^ ^ - d
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j Possibly the latest slogan adpoted
J by the Newberry boosters is: "On to
Prosperity and Little Mountain!"
Announcement has just been made
public that the Newberry boosters
plan to "play a double-header" on
j Friday afternoon. September 15th,
the opposing teams being Prosperity
and Littie Mountain; the first
."game" to be played at Prosperity
I at 3:00 o'clock and the second at Little
Mountain at 5:00 o'clock. Of
: course, everyone knows that this is
not a double-header ball game, but a
game in which every citizen of the
three cities and surrounding communities
have a chance to take part?a
game that gives every one a chance
to be a "home run" king, as every
new friend made during this game
counts as a "home run."
That the "game" mentioned above
promises to be an interesting one is
evidenced by the fact that both Prosperity
and Little Mountain are already
making preparations to welcome
the Newberry boosters in grand
style, and as the two booster trips
already made by the boosters have
proved so successful in every way it
is expected that a very large delegation
will join in the long line up of
automobiles that will journey to
these two neighboring cities Friday
afternoon. Every automobile cwner
in the city is invited to fill his or her
automobile full of people and assemble
at the chamber of commerce
headquarters promptly at 2:15
o'clock on Friday afternoon ready
for the stffrt not than
TUa Vi insto* fw nc nr "erot a/>nrtn in
I a. lit JVOIV.I ca&JL/O VI o
ed" tours which were started some
weeks ago by the retail trade committee
of the Newberry chamber of
: commerce have aroused much interI
est among neighboring cities* and
! they are beginning to look forward
1 to the coming of the Newberry bo.>s|
ters with keen anticipation, and it is
1 needless to say that they have arousi
ed much interest among the citizens
of Newberry, this interest being evident
by the large number of automobiles
that went to Whitmire on September
6th. Not only this, but rn
the street one can often hear the
question: "When will the next bocser
trip be made, I want to go?"
j It is the desire of the retail trade
| eommittee that a record-breaking
j number of automobiles and people
: make the trip to Prosperity and Lit!
tie Mountain Friday, so let every citj
izen who can possibly make the trip
be at the chamber of commerce at
j the designated hour. If there is any
j citizen who does not own a car and
j wants to make the trip the commit!
tee will try to provide a seat. Car
owners have been very nice in allowj
ing those who do not own cars to
' ride with them on the trips already
made and it has' been appreciated
very much by the committee, as well
as those getting the ride.
Come on, good people of Newberry,
let's go to Prosperity and Little
Mountain 100 per cent strong as
both these cities plan to welcome us
in a 100 per cent manner and we
must not disappoint them. Remember
the date and the hour of assembly
and the purpose of the visit?^to
get better acquainted with the good
people of Prosperity and Little
iMountain. Let's go!
REEDY RIVER ASSOCIATION
WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION
At the annual meeting of the W.
M. U. Reedy River association held
at Whitmire August 31, the following
officers were elected for the coming
Superintendent: Mrs. W. H. Hunt.
Secretary and treasurer: Mrs. Jno. *
Associate superintendent Y. W. A.
and G. A.: Mrs. Myrtle White.
Associate superintendent R. A.:
Mrs. J. M. Davis.
Associate superintendent Sunbeams:
Mrs. J. C. Abrams.
Mission study chairman: Mrs. R.
The meetings for the year will be
Third quarter?Saluda. " *
Annual meeting?West End.