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VOLUME LVIII, NUMBER 92. NEWBERRY, S. C., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1S22. TWiCF. A WEEK, *2.00 A YEAR
CHANGE NAME CF LENOIR
TO-DANIEL RHYNE COLLEGE
Lutherans Honor Name of Great
Hickory. Nov. !G.?In announcing:
the gift of $300,000 from Daniel E.
Rhyne to Lenoir college, on condition
that the college raise a proportionate
amount, Dr. C. H. Panneeke of Xew j
\ork told the North Carolina synod I
of the United Lutheran Church of >
America, now in session at Kings j
Mountain, that this is the second i
largest gift ever made by any Luth- j
eran to the work cf the church, and j
the largest gift ever received by the j
southern Lutheran church. *
The board of directors of the col- ;
lege recommended to the synod that j
the name of the institution be chang- (
ed to "Daniel Rhyne college." This
will be the first institution in the Lutheran
church to be named after an
Native North Carolinian
Daniel E. Rhyne is a native of
1 3 . ?
North Carolina, a cesfe::u.sau
the old Palatinate stock. He was
born 61# years ago, in Mecklenburg
county, lie starred with little education
in the cotton mill business and
was markedly successful. His original
mill properties, the Laboratory ;
mills, outside of Lincolnton, have become
For some years Mr. Rhvne hasHaken
a growing interest in Lenoir college,
and the training yf boys end
girls not likely in the ordinary run
of life to secure an education. In
1919 he gave Lenoir cclicge ?100,000,
qn condition that a total of
' Tj.. Uol? vs-nf 'h:'H
$300,000 be raiseu. XiC Uuo > tA
with keen interest the remarkable ,
growth, of the institution since that!
time. . j
. In nuking the gift, he stated:
"I feel that I can do nothing finer
in my life than to see that for years
to^come boys and girls of North Carolina
have a chance for a Christian
education, and I especially *"
see that the poorer bjys ar?d girls receive
such a chance. Our state has
a splendid future. I don't doutt bat
that it will be the ieading state in the
South. In order to be thac we must
not only make investments in material
tilings, but we must now make investments
in the far more important
things of Christian character and
Outside of Lenoir college, Mr.
Rhyne has done a great-deal for Lutheran
churches and other church enterprises
throughout the south. HL
total gifts to the Lutheran church in
the last four years are considerably
beyond a half million dollars.
Elaborate plans are under way to
develop Lenoir college into one of the
strongest, if not the strongest, Lutheran
college in America. J
A Most Notable Gift
Dr. Pannkcke, in announcing the :
g;ft to the synod, said: j
"This gift v-111 enable Lenoir college
to become the standard college
of the Lutheran church in America, i
It means a statesmanlike development
that will give Leno?r a com-:
mantling position in our church. If
is an appealing thought to think that j
the south, considered poor by our ;
northern church, should thus take the 1
"Tnov-tahlv. too, this development
of Lenoir will advance the cause of j
every Lutheran college. Christian
education is the life and future of :
our church. We are just be*:nn:r.-r
to realize ito importance. Nothing,
could so have helped the band of ir.cn
fighting for standards in the educa- j
tiona! work of our church as this defi- j
nite and unlocked for advance in a
section from which 1: was least t:-:- I
"For the Southern Lutheran church
-- it mo.irs : owe1*.
"nis ?,"iTt. i-s msc^x iv. * - i
grow th, influence in this important:
period of the south such as nothng1
else could have eriven. The South has,
awakened. It is advancing faster than j
sttiy part of our land. It will continue ;
to do so. A church which does not:
grow with that advance will be hope- j
lessly left behind. I.enoir college is '
enabled tc become a strategical con-:
ter in the life and future of th Sou-j
them Lutheran church.*'
Misses Lola Floyd, Ida Mae Suberj
and Mary Worts spent the week-end |
with Miss Alma Floyd.
THE TAX BOOKS ARE
READY FOR COLLECTION |
County Treasurer C. C. Schumnert |
collected around SiooO the lirst day!
cne tax books were oprn. Wednesday,:
the 15th. The first to p;*y were three \
from the lower section of the county,'
Mr. P.. J. Sioudemayer, Mr. F. S.j
Counts and Mrs. Liliia Crortier.
Liifc.'e Girl Killed by Accident
Mrs. Jno. C. Hipp and Mr. and Mr.-. j
Geo. C. llipD were called Saturdsv to!
Bessemer City, X. C., to attend the j
I funeral 'of little Alice Kipp. the four!
;ye::r eld daughter of Mw and .virs. k. j
j C. Kennedy, Mrs. Kennedy being the
| daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jno. C.'
K:pn, Mr. Hipp being unable to go :
!on account of his illness. The little!
girl was playing around a new sewer j
ditch being opened up near llie home.1
She fell into the ditch ..uid aecidnetal-1
j lv pulled a piece of heavy piping, j
j which fell and struck her cn the j
chest. She was rushed to a hospital,:
| but all efforts were unavailing. News !
' cf this s-id accident was received with [
sorrow in Xcwberry ar.d the grief'
stricken relatives of the little g.rl ,
have the deepest sympathy of ail i" j
the great affliction that has so suci;
denly come uoon them.
SOUTH LUTHERAN SYNOD TO.
MEET AT PROSPERITY
Prosperity, Nov. 13.? lhe 8Ptu an:
nual convention cf the South Lathe r1
an synod will De held at Prosperity,
; opening Monday night at 7 :'i0
o'clock. The opening sermon will be
| by the president, Rev. II. J. Black of
; The president's report at the session
Tuesday mornnig will b:':n0r before
the body some important matters
| for consideration, while the conamitj
tee on synodieal relations v/ill likely
j report something further :n regard to
I the final organic union of all Luthi
erans in South Carolina. This com?
: mfLtce hat- been considering this im!
porcur.t matter and has had it under
; advisement since last meeting of the
j synod. The Luther :ris in North Car-j
i dim have recently united in one
! syndo and one of the conferences of
the old Tennessee synod is in South
' ' 1 - T*!? - - K/l AV? A ? ^ 1 | nv_
! v aronna. uivv u&w uccu kv/uoiu\.i^
1 :n? the question of :ecemiiig a pare
\ of the South Carolina synod for e. !
, mr.noer of years ana it is prooaoie
that this plan mry be consummated.!
| There has beun a desire in the j
! minds cf a number of church workers
| to establish a place somewhere in the
| mountain section of North or South
| Carolina for a summer assembly of
j Christian worker*. where recreation
for body and soui mo.y be found in
! the vacation period of the year. A
1 committee has hiis matter under acl?
*- 2 -H VioT*ci
v:scmciu mm v?.u pi s/i.%
report or recommendation to make i.
this session of synod.
A number of vis:ling minsiters will
be present, from the various parts of
the United I.utherar: church. The Re\
Chirles S. Bauslir. D. D., will speak
on "Education." while :he Rev. A. I).
R. Rancher will be heard on the missionary
activity of the church in the
home field. The Rev. William A.
Froas will speak oil "Inner Missions" j
and Dr. Gocr2:e Diach will have an !
address on "Forei/rn Missions/'
Reports from the various boards of j
the church will be heard.
The Sunr:y schools of the church j
have recently beer, asked to raise :
Si.j.000 for the cect'on of two.pro- j
festers' houses in E.iu Claire, Cnlun.- j
bia. and the work of construction i- j
golr.g on. This wi'I add two banc- j
some residences to the seminary prop- j
erty. The workmen have completed
cr.e of these dwellings and the other I
will soon be ready for occupancy. j
Only European crowns worth any- j
riling are those the dentists put in. j
If you can nn-.k:? your hand kerchiefs
do a few more weeks you will
get some new ones for Christmas.
Nothing makes a defeated candidate
madder than seeing his picture j
still hanging in a window a week j
American Near Ear.: otTicin!.- be?in i
transfer of Greek ar..i An:erica:: orr>hins
from C on? iar.tin'.-r.le area.
Xt-ar John:-on City. Tc-nn., a tivunk;
:j pi? led officers to a still. The far-j
mer may plead he was raisin? picklee! j
FIGHT GN WEEVIL
Experiment Statirn io He Established
at Florence in Cooperation With [
The State, 18.
Three item* in the news today i!
Justrate the need for uniformity in '
methods of boll weevil control and
the fact tha.1 leaders in the tight are !
aware of that reed and are moving :
energetically toward solving the prob-:
lem: * j
1. The federal government an-1
nounees that in cooperation with
Clem.ion college it will establish :t
Florence in this state a boil weevil .
nvnnvimAltto! cftl'inTl f ,V f V. -91 tilth
2. Governor Harvey's committee
of agrciultural extension experts ar.d
planters will meet at noon today in
the state library to draft a brief program
for thorough distribution which
will represent the farming practice
showu to be best now lor South Carolina
under boil weevil conditions.
3. A conference is called to meet
in Washington Monday to work out
an agreement among all the interests
concerned cs to the best varieties,
| the best planting time, methods, etc.
To Experiment at Florence
Hugh vV. Roberts in The State.
; Washington, Nov. 17.?The government
will establish a cooperative
boll weevil experimental station at
Florence, S. C.# which, it is contemi
plated, will deal specifically with
conditions in the South Atlantic and
Cr::)f - * , }(< station >* Talhilah
; La., deals wih conditions in Louisiana
Announcement io this effect was
made this evening, following a conIfcrence
between W. M. Riggs, pres[
ident of Clemson college, and ihe
j secretary of agriculture, with L. O.
i Howard, chief of the bureau of en.
tomology, and E. D. Ball, director of
agricultural rcscarch, department of
agriculture, also participating.
The new sr.ii-ion will be organized
by the transference of experts and
equipment from the Tallulah station.
Jt will have access to rh;1 laboratories
of Clemson college and will be cnovated
in conjunction with the Pee Dee
station of that college, located at
Dr. Riggs said tonight that the plan?
I ^ ^ U /? <-1 n ?%% /??? rn ^
uic CU;iSt-IL JL l/v."U Ul^
: news for the entire South, inasmuch
i as it is recognized that the weevil
imposes a financial loss or. the cotton
! producer cf approximately $500,!
000.000 a year. He explained that
. aii theories relating to boil weevil
extinction and uii methods ir. voguo.
i including: these partially successful
?.r.d those which have not been th>r;
oughly tried, would be elaborated arid
; subjected to the mcst trying tests.
| Dr. Riggs declared ihat the govrrnjmcnt
experts are keenly alive tj the
; menace to the South represented by
|the boll weevil ana re hopeful tl:ii
las a result of extensive invesii^aiions.
i T..I1..1 ? * '
, ovi.i in jl unman ann r iorence, a ror-1
; fret ;oI: weevil remedy will be i
WasbingriDn. Nov. 17.?The c.vir?. j
confcrcnce. which will discufs all j
phases of the coti n situation *urJ;
make an effort to unify the vsri .-u:'!
re-:oi\rr.;e :&?t!oris boin.r made by the
diiferent states and the federal governmen:
towards a. listing c.atcn1
grcwei's in r-ombating the problem-"
arising out of the b ill we?v!l men
ace, will be held in connection with
the meeting of the Land Grant Cr>I-!
leg" a?soc::.t::>n here, begin Monday.j
The boll weevil poblem will be
one-third solved, in the opinion of
government officials, if agreement
can be reached by the va,:ous interests
on uniform varieties and time of
planting and che r. c jm/nendations
followed by growers. Methods r v.v
recoiV' mended for controlling boll
weevils under different crnlilions .
will be discussed ay the conference,
hut no attcmpr will br- made -:o dis-!
pose of thi various problems Jinnlly:
:t the Washington conference. Its
wc.k is intended 10 pc.ve the way for
another moitir.ir later. in which ail;
:iii inv'livf".! v. i ??.' r:*n'.*t sent-.
I);-. H. A. ::: t Ii?t-r*t of t he
University of Tennessee, who originate:!
tin ide: of the Washington c??n- ''
ference. believes that unity in the :
methods- recommended by state and h
SUDDEN DEATH OF |l
J. ROLAND DICKZR7
The State. f.C-h.
Funeral services v-III be held a* 3|,
o'clock this afternoon at the iniru*.!.
:i401 Main ztreet, for Jaiv.es R)lan.i;
Dickeit, wvi! known Southern railway i
conductor, who died sudden);,* Satur-;
day jfterncon near Sirother: Inter-',
mer.t wii! be in Elm wood cemetery, j
Mr. Dicker: died while returning |
from a hunting trip by beat. He was ;
accompanied by his little grandson,
Roiind Dic!:ert Jolly.
Mr. Dkkerfc was ':,crn Auyu?t 0. j
13oS, at Lraven Hill, the tani'.y.
home, in Xewbcrry county. He was;
the son of the late Kate Cromer Dick- J
crt and Col. E ;vid Augustus Dickeri, j
Confederate war veteran, and author}
of "The History of Kershaw's i"
ade."' Mr. Dick art spent his early i
boyhood near the scene of his death.
He was a rtuoent at Newberry col-!
lege and a I the Univers'iy cf South'
At the age of 20 he married 'Arss j
Leila 3iartin of Monticc-Iio. For sev- j
cral years he was a teacher, after-;
ward:; entering the railroad business!
and became manager of the Union &j
Glenn Springs railroad at Union, j
v.heic he resided for a number of :
"years. Leaving the railroad he en- j
tercd the mercantile business, can-!
ducting one cf the largest stores i:i |
T'ho last vears of his life '
were spent in Columbia. At the time i
of his dcith he was a conductor on ;
the Southern railway. In connect!"* j
with his other business he owned'
large farming: irfterests in Newberry
county, besides managing the estate
cf his step-sister at Newberry,
j Since boyhood Mr. D.'ck;rt'o life!
was consecrated to the service of!
othe s. I*c was ?. man of the highest j
Christen character and beloved by j
ail who knew him. The negrces on his.
plantation and that of his sister also I
loved their "Cap'n," as tliey alTcc- <
tior.ately called him. Mr. Dick::rtl
was a member of the Lutheranj
church. He wis a member of the i
Orcor :>f Railway Conductor:., of the!
Woodmen of the World ard the;
Knights of Pythias, who will conduct:
services at nis lunerai mis a:r?i no.ui.
Mr. Dickert is survived bv his wiu- i
ry.v. two daugnters, Mrs. L. J. McConneil
of Georgetown ar.rl Mrs. H. M.;
Jolly of Vicksburg, Miss.; three!
srardchildrem his step-mother, Mrs. j
D. A. Dicker\ and his stcp-s:ster, J
Mrs. W. U. Saber of Newberry; a;
sten-brother. C. M. Coleman of Cam-\
dor., and tw:> sisters, Mis-, I.ueile j
Dickert c-p Newberry and Mrs. Anus j
!S. "Wells of Mirnoapclis, Minn.
V/. C. T. U. to Meet |
i The W\ C . I. U wili meet: at Mrs'
Mary Wright's Tuesday, the 2lit, -?'j
4 p. n;. A full meeting is desired,
especially cur new members.
Mrs. A. J. Bowers. 1
-rii't T<" A A ^il C
lumbi'.t spent the ,week-end v/lth re!-j
"HOME COM?NG DAY"
FOR PRESBYTERIANS j
Former SiudenLs Return Ic Clinlcn
r'cr 'I hanksgiving Day?G:*:r.c
Clinton. Xov. 19.?From all Paris!
of the state former students of j
bytcrlnn Ollc-jre of South Carolina i
ate expected to flcck baok here on '
Thurlc"ivini?\ which has deslr- 1
naa-d as "home coming day" bv Ine !
Aiumni association of the local col- i
In addition to the tender memories !
that cluster about the days .spent on !
the local campus, which wiil be re- j
vived b;? a visit here, the date select- )
ed s the one for the annual battle j
between the Presbyterian college ;nd j
Xewberry football teams.
And everyone who has been a stu
(U nt at P C. knows what rivals a:r.ong j
the colleges of the Palmetto state. '
Cthcr colleges may outgrow their ri- !
vaJs or change from year to yczr but :
P. C. and Xew berry. it would seem, j
will always be friendly rivals in every j'
."eder;.-? governments for combating.
the pest is :: most imp.,:; int step ::: J<
:lie :):>!! v.^evil li^hl.
Dr. Morgan has made three trip* i
Lhi.u/h 1 h;? South for the govern- !
> ; IV. v.'( <>]] wcrv;: c o i j i - - j
PERSONAL FARAGRAPHS 'v
PROSPEROUS PROSPERITY ?
Pro:-pcriy, Nov. 20.?As a parting *
fributo to the Rev. J. D. Griffin who leaves
this week to ssume the pas-:
torale of the Methodist church of *l
Ninety Six, preaching was dispensed . ^
.vith :*it the other churches of Pros- i
perily Sunday evening: in order that !
: 11 correlations could ntend his 1
farewell so: vice r.t :he Methodist
church. Rev. Griffin had as his text, !
'I commend you unto God and the 3
word of his grace which is r.ble to
bvlid you up and give you an inheri- (
ranee anions: the sanctified." the text ,
beir.g taken from Pauls' farewell (lis- ]
course to the church of Miletus. After
this most excellent sermon. Rev.' j
J. A. McKeown of the A. R. P. i
church. Rev. S. W. Hahn of the Lu-'.
tilers n and Rev J. E. Williams of the i
Baptist made short- talks, voicing!
their c:M:r;te of the value of Rev.
Griffin's work and influence in Pros
perltj'. Approach of the time when .
Rev. Griffin will leave causes genuine ;
and widespread regret here. His i
popularity is bounded, not .by the
congregation of the M; :hodist church <
but extends to members ;;f every de.
nomination who rccognize in n:m an able^minister
and upstanding man, a consecrated
soldier of righteous i-r.d
an uncompromising foe-of evil. His
influence here has oeen an uplifting
force that will continue and endure ,
after his departure and that even the i
passing years will not efface. He" will i
carry with hi r.ito Ninety-Six the very
best wishes of all the people of Pros- ,
pcrity who hope for him in his new,
field of labor the sz'me measure of
success that has rewarded his c-ru.'.s
here. Rev. Griffin has a wife and
family who share his popularity here.
The annual thank offering meeting
of the Womans Missionary society of
Grace church v.-.m held Friday afterT
' 1 m ? 'Kr? yi f\
noon pt tp.j JL-uxneraii
Mrs. S. W. Kahn as hostess. The
meeting was ]r:i by Mrs. A. N. Crcsso
n v.ho pave a Bible study on
Thanksgiving; Mrs. J. A. Price gave
a selection, "Thr Opening of the Alabaster
Box it Jesus' Feet:" Mrs. P.
C. Singiey had as her subject. What
the Thank Offering is and what it
dees; Mrs. E. Vy\ Werts gave some
direct points on what to be thankful
for. Mrs. J. D< Quattlebaum sang,
"Count Your Bless.lngs One bv.
One." Mrs. Hahn, as-listed by menibesr
of the society, served hot ehocoi.
:e and wafers. A variety of fall
flowers added to the attractiveness of
the is cms.
The Sc. Luke' School Improvement
association will give a "Pie supper"
at the school auditorium Nov. 28th
at 7 o'clock. The public h cordially.
A spirited and interesting mectin?;
of the Community league was held
Friday ever.in? at the town hall. The
pre7; :r. was as follow..:
Literature for Ch:!arcn?31 n. 31.
C. 31 orris.
A Xeglccted Duty?31 r 3. J. D.
Choir-? of Children*; I.it?rature?
3Iioi SuTie Langford.
Unic-uo anion;; J> he novel enter-'
tair.mc- ts ?iven tn:;; y.^ch .t
\\i iiur-ica-1 which th? I.uiher league ,
of Grncc cr/ir.h enjoyed Thursday
cnirsr at Browi^'s pasture.
A.nothcv weiner roast w - livon j
rharsday evening when Mrs. V. E.
Kohn entertained ir hoicr of Mi.vs .
Aubrey Jones of Newberry. The
crue.-ts motored to Croft'.- pond, ]
where ir; the bc.;ut:ful natural woods ^
the weiners were roaste d which, "i. >- i
jrether with sandwiches ami ho: chocolate.
were served. A dozen young
people enjoyed the informal affair. (
On Sabb;.th morning the A. R. P. ]
church observed "Rally ]>..y" in the ;
Safcbalh school, inkir? ar ths subject.
'*Sowi"? Seed.'' as the basis of the <
well planned program. .Mr. (i. D. ;
Drown provided in iiis u.-ua! haopy j
manner, while the scripture lesson1
was read by A. X. Crosson. the super- (
iatendent of the Sabbath school. The c
recit.-tions and readings of the chil- -j
dren reflected both credit upon them- ?
?elvcs and upon those who trained f
them. The prnitipal addrc.-.ies wire "
made by Dr. V. M. Biown and Rev.,
J as. A. McXeown. Spe.ia! music oc- r
cupif ! a prominent place in this in- .
Mrs. P. pe Coleman of IC > ". is
the guest of Mrs. Tod Stock- s
Miss Eoline "Wheeler vi C 'eenville ;
vr.s the week-end guest of Mrs. P. C.
Ira B. tes of Columbia spent
Sunday at the home of his father,
Mrs. J. H. Stockman has prone to
he Columbia hosp'.al for an operaion.
Mr. and ??lrs. Ray Gibson of Coumbia
have been visiting relatives
.Mis.- Aubrey Oxner his returned
:o Columbia after visiting a.t the
10me of her father, X. E. Oxner.
Mr. and Mrs. O'Merle Loriek of
Columbia spent Sunday with the forner's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D.
Mrs. Wm. See! has returned to Coumbia
after visiting Mrs. W. J. Wise.
C. G. Wyehe of Greenville is
spending the week with his parents,
Dr. and Mrs. C. T. Wychc.
Mr. 2nd Mrs. A. G. Wise and G. S.
Wise spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs Wm. Stork cf oCIumbia.
Mrs. Minnie Curlee of iWnnsboro
"1 " ' av Mrs .T 51
>s visiting ner uiiu^utvi,
Mrs. Joe B. Hartman and Mrs. 0.
3. Miller spent Tuesday in Columbia.
Miss Aubrey Jcr.cs has returned to
W.vberry after visiting Mrs. Virgil
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bedcnbaugh of
Ponraria visited at :he home of Mrs.
J. M. V/erts during the past week.
Miss Julia eLster hos as her guest
Miss Esther Kibler of Whitmire.
Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Murray of Mt.
Airy. Md., arrived Saturday and are
?ucLi;3 cf Mis. C. K. Wheeler.
Holland Bcdertbaugh of Pomar.'a
spent the week-end here.
Mrs. J. E. Summer of Clnpin visited
her sister, Mrs. W. C. Tolbcrt,
Mrs. L. I). Bedenbaugh cf Xir.ards
is viritinjr her father, J S. Harmon.
Miss Beulah Mae Coppock of New,
c::y spent the week-enJ with Hiss
Mr. ar.d Mrs. Olin Eobb and Karl
Bobb of Columbia were week-end
gucrts of Mrs. John Sease.
Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Williams attended
the banquet jriven by the Baptists:
in Newberry on Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Gibson are
spending the week in Andrews.
Mv. c?ul Mrs. J. B. Stockman have
returned from Columbia.
Mr.-. T. C Borr.ar of Georgetown i?
visiting at the home of R C. Caughtr.a'i.
Mrs. John Parrott of Saluda relumed
home with her daughter, Mrs.
S. A. Price. <
Miss Myra Hunter of Winthrop
it ? !?... ur?n *.j va
COIlv^C" hilts iivum v*i w v .
Mrs. J. S. Wheeler has returned
from the Columbia hospital.
.X. E. Hunter attended United
Str.ter. court in Greenville the past
Miss Crlese Sin^lev has accepted a
position in Chesterfield.
V. E. Kohn has been otter.ding1 the
cour.ty fair at Chesterfield.
.Miss Jean Adams of Columbia
spent the week-end with Mrs. J. C.
The Saluc'a School Improvement
a:-socif>ion met Saturday r.i;;!it at 8
rrelcck. A large crowd was prosen:.
Mr. Overby, eh irman of the Xcwherry
County Red Cross ro'l '-all and
Dr. John B. Setzler of Newberry
were present, and gave interesting
Miss Ann Corky has returned to
her home with Mrs. .T. W. Hunter after
spending several weeks near
[ re nr.'lle.
Messrs. Furman Hawkins. Otto
Boozer and George Sheldon Hunter
j? Xe w.berry college atterded the St.
Lakes Luther league social Thurs:1 y
1 v c n i n ir.
Rev. E. K. Seckinger has as his
riU':.t his mother and father. Mr. and
Mrs. L. E. Seckinger, and brother, G.
The St. Luke: L::hcr league was
leiisrhifully entertained at the home
?f Harriett Hawk ins Thursday eve:ing
The evening w.:3 spent with so-.---vV
AM Mr> ouickly
or the many y,r: sent the leaving
At the November business meeting
?f Saluda Improvement association
in' following o cers wore reelected:
i'vt-sident, Mrs. R. C. Hunter; vice
Mrs. Maxcy Bedenbausrh; |
t*. ' . Mi** Ethel Mayer: trerr-j
: r. Mr?. J. A. Dowers. j
Installation for Rev .E. H. Seckin-1
THANKSGIVING SERVICE AT
CHURCH OF THE REDEEMER
| On the evening of November the
i twenty-sixth at six o'clock, the Wom!
an's Home and Foreign Missionary
| society and the Light Brigade of the
i Lutheran church of the Redeemer
! will hold a joint Thanksgiving serv!
| The children will begin the pro|
gram by rendering -a beautiful pa!
geant written by Mrs. E. C. Cionk.
j The latter part of the program will
i consist of a responsive service and
j very short talks by some of our colj
The members of the Woman's society
are requested to put their
thank offerings in the envelopes that
J have been distributed. The members
j ct tiic Ligftt brigade are expected 10
; bring their "Thank You" boxes, containing
their offerings, to the service.
I The loose offering will be given to
i the children's work.
| The public is cordially invited to
J the service. The program will be
concluded before the time for the
| other evening services
! FAMILY REUNION AY
HOME OF T. J. WILSON
All the children together with
| their families, met at the home of
' their parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Wil|
son, 0:1 last Sunday for a family rcun:on.
At about one o'clock ^e dinner
was spread on a long table in the
yard, which consisted of such things
j as F'Jik, hash, fried chicken, cakes,
j custards, pics, pickle, coffee, etc.
Everybody was well fed and enjoyed
the day very much.
A part of the afternoon was spent
j -in sinking eld familiar songs.
| M-y we enjoy many more such oci
! SUPPER AT UNION SCHOOL
j THANKSGIVING DAY
Th? ladies of the Improvement as- ,
I so c Kit'0:1 of "Union school will furnish I
! a supper a1 f> o'clock 011 Thanksgiving I
J day, consisting of fried fish, fried and 1
I stewed oysters and coflee, ail steam- m
I ir.j: hot. g
! So don't worry over preparing your I
h:? dinners for that day, bu? save ^
your appetite for cur supper.
There will also 2 fi:,h pond to
the t. :Iight of the children.
I A fee of 23c a plate will be ch:trg;
ed, with plenty of bread thrown in.
: The proceeds will go to the benefit of
! NOTICE TO TEACHERS IN
THE COLORED SCHOOLS
! All teachers in the colored schools
in Newberry county are asked to take
' activc ;;::rt in the annual Red Cross
roll call, Nov. 11-30.
Aside from your personal dollar,
! (Si) y3u arr asked to canvass your
schocl district, organize your classes
and do a!l you can to help in this
i For further information you may
j call at tne OK Letter Shop, corner N
College and Boyce streets, ond
iieeeiprs. fcuitonr, etc., from Mr. H.
j H. Ovcrby, roll call chairman.
TJ. S. Gallman,
Sunrrvi. or of Colored Schools.
j COLUMBIANS HURT
AND CAR SMASHED
i Orangeburg. Nov. 17.?Mr. and
! Mrs-. T. M. Livingston of Columbia
i miraculously escaped instant death
I near Orangeburg last night, when
they were returning to Columbia
: from the Orangeburg fair. Just
above the little flag station of Stilton,
. about throe miles to the north of Or:
angehurg, a porfon of the new high|
way is being constructed to cross the
; Southern railway by an overhead
j bridge, the approaches being con|
structed, but the bridge not built as
yvt. There was no notice, it is said,
; cr anything to indicate where the new
; Irghway left the old or to show that
; the read was closed to traffic. When
Mr. Livingston reached the brink of
( the oO foot embankment, the car fell
; to the railroad track beiow.
I '"Today lucky for the fighter, '
| 4,::ys a \ And itself right.
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j 2TtT v.'ili ;x.' held Sunday afternoon at
| Si. Lukes church at oVloek. Sunday
school at 2 oVIork.