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WEDNESDAY, DF4CEMBER 20, 1922
J A. Weinberg, Esq., left today for
a short visit to Washington, D. C.
Mr. and Mrs. D. Silverman spent
Sunday in Manning.
Mrs. T. M. Mouzon was a shopper
in Sumter yesterday.
Mr. Bertram Weinberg, who has
been traveling in North Carolina, is at
home for Christmas.
Messrs. Allen and Morgan Sauls of
Winston-Salem, came home Sa.turday
to spend Christmas.
Mr. and Mrs. Austin Sauls of Win
ston-Salem, are spending the holidays
with their relatives in Manning.
Mr. C. P. Delehanty, who is now
working in Winnsboro, spent last Sun
day in Manning.
Miss Augusta Appelt spent last
Sunday and Monday with her friend
Miss Estelle Connor in Charleston.
C. M. Davis & Son Co., of Summer
ton and Davis Station, has filed a pe
tition in bankruptcy.
Rev. S. A. Nettles and family will
spend the Christmas holidays in Co
lumbia and Greenville with relatives.
Misses Mamie Hunter and Elenor
Carson motored over from Summerton
for the meeting of the Clarendon
Chapter Winthrop Daughters.
The Ladies' Aid Society of the He
brew Congregation of Manning will
serve hot lunch and supper Wednes
(lay, Thursday, Friday and Saturday
at 50c a plate.
Santa Claus will walk next Monday
morning just before day light. Don't
forget to hang up your stocking. And
remember the Editor's stock,.ig will
hang on his office door kn >b.
Mrs. Austin Sauls, a former Win
throp graduate and teacher was a
guest at the meeting of the Clarendon
Chapter Winthrop Daughters, Satur
The College Preparatory School will
suspend studies Friday for the Christ
mas holidays resuming work again
Tuesday, January 2, 1923. Mrs. E.
C. Alsbrook, principal, will spend the
Our store i
a few days
tions, so cc
In fact we
I~s al sssa sr = u ma iislf.HlsJ
yuletide in Columbia with her dpught
or, Mrs. A. Forest Fowler, 2296 Bull
Clarendon Lodge No. 178 met last
night and elected- the following of
'ficers for the ensuing year: H. M.
Thomas, C. C.; Frank Maye, V. C.; J.
D. Beatson, K.'of R. and Seals; C. H.
Mathis, Prelate; J. P. Mahone-, M. A.;
T. M. Kennedy, M. F.; W. M. Ridgill,
M. of W.; J. E. Gamble, J. G.; Clar
ence Williams, O. G. Everything
points to a very successful year for
the local Knights.
Yesterday the Manning Fire De
partment sent a check to the Colum
bin Record for $10.00 to be given the
Burnett children who lost their father
and mother last week in that city.
There are four little orphan children
in a strange land. If there are others
who wish to send something to these
little fellows to try and make them
happy for Christmas, we will be glad
:to receive donations, and will for
ward same to. Columbia.
Dr. S. Guerry Stukes of Manning,
and now at the head of the department
of psychology at Agnes Scott college,
,has been apopinted a member of the
great Radio University of Atlanta.
The Atlanta papers in commenting on
the personnel of the faculty, speak of
this body as the "South's foremost
educators that will fill posts on faculty
for new school of the air."
McCOLLUM CLUB OF
Professor S. Guerry Stukes, dean
of the psychology department of
Agnes Scott college, wil deliver a
lecture for the McCollum. club at
7:30 p. in., Monday, December 4, in
the assembly hall of the Carnegie
library, his subject being "Mental
Complexes, and Their Influence on
Our General Life and Efficiency."
Professor Stukes is one of the
best posted men on the subject of
psychology in the south, and his
lecture will be of great interest. All
members and friends of the club are
urged to attend.-Atlanta Journal.
A LETTER TO SANTA CLAUS
Manning, S. C., Dec. 16, 1922.
Dear Santy Claus:
We are 28 strong little boys and
girls and we want you to not forget
us. We have been guid for the hole
year. We will now tell you what we
want u to bring us first; jerome als
brook wants a rubber ball, guy barnes
wants a cowboy sute, ray hedge wants
a brunett goil, ruth boger wants g
brunett sport, bailey boladay wants a
rattler, milton joy wants a injun sute,
abram rawlinson wants a passifier,
pauline meritt wants a bow, ruth coth
ran wants a ford raper, george ma
honey wants a pair of skates, jenny
alderman wants a box of candy, jack
tims wants a umbrella, glenn dickson
wants a rag doll, charlie rigby wants
a goil, joseph yassney wants a mouth
organ, gus holaday wants a fire crack
er, mairy jones wants a (loll, lillian
ervin wants a base ball, pryor leg
s chock-a-block w
useful Gifts. Thei
left to make y
me at once. We]i
s in the following
can supply yor
iat is carried in a
store. Al~l goods
, so come now
M4ANNING, S. C.
want. a deskot, 'viinia o Irants
sone artificial, curls, walte rdgoway
wants sum suniverguns, henry .pa
honey wants a 'rabbit dog sadie rige
way wants some earbobs, billio barrrTy
wants a tricycle, dan stalnaker wants
a. box of segars, clarence broedin
wants a powder puff, miss dunlap
wants (best of all) a lhippy christ
mas and a merry new year and a jolly
at. patrick's day.
yours mit'y truly,
8th grade latin class
manning high school.
DEATH OF MR. IRVIN PLOWDEN
Last Saturday morning this, com
munity was shocked to learn that Mr.
Irvin V. 1lowden was' dead.' Mr.
Plowden returned home Friday even
ing from a hunt near Charleston feel
ing fine, and on retiring that night re
marked that he felt better than usual.
About four o'clock his wife heard him
groaning and went to his bedside, but
it was too late to revive him, as he
was breathing his last,. The deceased
had suffered spells with his heart, but
at this time he seemed to be in better
health than usual. Mr. Plowden was
one of Clarendon's wealthiest and best
citizens. He was a noted hunter aad
participated in many trap shoots in
this and other States. He is survived
by a widow and two daughters. The
fuineral took place at Brewington
cemetery Sunday morning before a
very large concourse of relatives and
The marriage of Miss Myrtle Bow
man and Mr. James Byron Bruce, of
Cumberland, Maryland, was quietly
solemnized Sunday afternoon, at 4:30
o'clock, at the home of the bride i:
Rev. L. B. McCord, pastor of the
Presbyterian Church, of which the
bride has been a member since child
hood, performed the impressive ring
ceremony, in the presence of only the
The bride was becomingly drcsaed
in a midnight blue velour suit with
hat and accessories to match.
Immediately after the ceremony Mr.
and Mrs. Bruce left for a wedding
trip to Washington, D. C., later going
to their new home in Clarkaburg,
West Virginia, where the groom is in
Mrs. Bruce is the youngest daught
er of Mrs. Sam J. Bowman and the
late Mr. Bowman, who was widely
known in this section as a hero of the
war between the states. She was
educated at Winthrop college Rock
Hill, and during the past two years
she had been employed in the office of
the Judge of Probate of this county.
vivacious in manner and lovely in dis
h)osition, Mrs. Bruce as Miss Bowman
endeh.ed to herself scores of friends
here and in Athtnta, where she fre
quently was the guest Of her sister,
1.s. Ralph Newton at Fourth Green
The friends of Mrs. M. M. David
will be glad to learn that she is im
proving from her recent illness.
.e are only
Honest ealigs E- .
You can't put it off any longer. Christmas i shere and gifts must be select
ed. Thty are here-plenty of them-awaiting your selection. You'll have to
hurry. Only three days more.
Bath Slippers . Sterling Silver Cigarette Cases
Bed Room Slippers Shaving Sets
Bath Robes Safety Razors
Smoking Jackets Fountain Pens
Sweaters Solid Gold Bracelets
Shirts Wrist Watches
Silk Half Hose Tie Clasps
Wool Clocked Half Hose Cuff Buttons
Silk Neckwear Watches
Umbrellas Watch Fobs
Sterling Silver Belt Buckles Watch Chains.
SILVERWARE-Cut Glass, Carving Sets-and a store full of other "Gifts."
Prices are Marked at the Lowest Possible Figure
By All Means Give
Something Use ful
Handkerchiefs, Cide' waes
5c, 10c, 15c, 25c, 35c, 50c, 65c, 75c, $.0 15,$.0 25,$.0
$1.00, $1.25, $1.50 each$40anu.
Handkerchiefs, in Boxes$15,$0,$20,3.,$.0
25c, 35c, 50c, 65g 75c, $1.00, $1.25,upt$1.0
$1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $3.00, $4.50LaisNekar
Ladies, Silk Hose,
59c, 75c, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50,LaisKdGlv,
$3.00, $3.50 the pair. $.~ad$.0tepi
$1.00, $1.50, $2.00, ?$3.00 the set.
Comfry Bedroom Slippers, all98to$.0
popular colori, Ci lnes
$1.00the00ir.$1.0, $25.00, $.50$.0
SUMTER, Ladieout NCwaroln
35c,50c,75c,$L0, $125, 1.5