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Wce??i, Hsi?DUshed ?scoj Daily, Jcn.18, 191*. ANDERSON, S. C.,TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 3, 1914. PRICE fl.50 THE YEAR.
WAR DECLARED BETWEEN TURKEY AND RUSSIA
celebrated hi? birthday with 40 little]
friend?. Witches' and ghosts are par
ticularly interesting to little folks and
they fully, enjoyed this happy .occa
sion and left wishing their young hos
tess many happy returns of the day.
l ittle XISH Burri** Kntertalns.
Mr. C. O. Burris' pretty home on j
North Main street was the scene of
another Halloween party when his,
young daughter, Miss Louise Burrisu
entertained in honor of her ninth'
birthday. 'About 150 little folks were1
present, with plenty of ghosts and
witches. A fortune teller proved a'
source of great pleasure to the child
ren. A sweet course was served and
each child given little candy hearts,
each bearing inscriptions.. Small pa
per black cats were the appropriate)
Miss ('alhena to Wed.
Mr. and Mrs.- John C. Calhoun ot\
New York announced at a dinner at.
their bouse the engagement of their]
daughter, Miss Julia J. Calhoun, to
Baron E. de Nagell, Attache of the
Legation of the Netherlands in Wash
ington. Miss Calhoun was introduc
ed herc i-everal vears ago. She 1B the
great-granddaughter of John C Cal
houn, thc distinguished statesman
Baron de Nagell is a son of Baron W.
?de Nagell. of Hornezoit, Holland. He
j has been attached to the diplomatic
I service of Holland for five years, hav
ing served three years in Peking be
fore coming', to Washington a year
ago. His sister ls the wifo of Mr. Lo
renz. Consul General of Holland in
Denmark. Tho. wedding will take,
Dr. Frank E. Harrison of Abbeville
waB here this week tho guest of his |
elster, Mrs.. Jj G. Cunningham. y
Another Delightful Party,
Another delightful Halloween par
ty for the younger society set was
given last night hy little MHs Lucia
Sullivan, Masters Pat S ulm rn and
Martin Neely at the home of Mr. W.
W. Sullivan'.' It was a happy and]
merry set of spooks and witches that
gathered in tho beautifully decorated
parlors, where bright autumn leavse
and Jack o''lanterns, made a most
attractive decoration. Several hours
were very happily spent, Mrs. Sulli
van serving a delicious sweet course.
The color scheme of yellow and white
being prettily, carried out.
Hnlloivceb at College.
The campup, ajt the college was un
usually wlera looking, last night'when
all the college spirits', grew festive lu
the early evening by the moonlight.
'". At dinner the neolor clnsB who sit
at the "St?j^ble," presided over by
two teachers;.caused the lights to be
turned off af ter. the rest of the school
waa seated :-at tables, and flied in as
ghosts, bearing .jack o' lanterns and
were s ented at .their (ubi o ..which waa
gaily decorated in th? ryrnbols of the
occasion. .. .? (J
) Soon atfer \dinner, every one, in
cluding the entire faculty and the
president's family, masked as ghosts
and congregated on the athletic field,
led by a clown and two, witches.
There had been, placed and lighted a
tremendous, jojly bonfire in the cen
ter of the field, with several ' large
Jack o' lanterns, .An the spirits danc
ed and circled abound the glowing dre,
real spooky .feellugs crept up and
down many acnes'... Revelry rah high
for perhaps-a half hour when, up
dashed.the entire dre department, fol
lowed by tho. usual number of auto-j
mobiles attendant upon , fires. The
ghosts enjoyed chasing them off the
college ground . ' .
.""After these';i?arthy intruders, were
dispersed, the- ghosts reassembled
around the fast dying embers, where
they listened to stories of other spir
its ot other days, and the refresh
ments provided bj Miouyhtful humans.]
Thus passed. Hallo Veen at Anderson |
Miss Alva Glvln of Alabama, who ic
teacher of science nt Greenville Fe
male college, ia "the guest ot Miss
Wakefield at thc college for the week
end. ;'. ,,*;.',
Rectal at. College.,
, Mr. Witt "^i ;Macual?y,' one of her
sons of whon\ Anderson- is Justly
proud, gave a cello recital at ?the col-j
lege Friday evening under the aus
pices of tho Coll ego p.esoclatlon, and'
delighted his hudten?e. He 1 sa young
artist who promises a bricht, future In
bia chosen profession of, muslo, and
will add another to the number ot
prominent -musicians who call Ander
A?^?l8 program wan a good che with
ASKS WAIVERS >
Bender, Plank and Coombs, Who]
Have Played Prominent Parts
in World's Series.
(By Associated Preen.)
PHILADELPHIA, Oct. :U.~Connie
Mack, manager of the Philadelphia
Athletics, announced today that he
had asked waivers on Pitchers Ben
der, Plank and Coombs.
"I would not have aeked for woiv
ors at this time but for thc fact that
one of them told me he had been dick
ering with the Federal league," Con
nie Mack said.
The Philadelphia manager added
that one of thc pitchers had informed
I him of receipt of an offer from the
^Federal league which was so large
that he did not think the local man
agement would mo-st it. He would
not disclose the name of ?he pitcher to
whom the offer had been made.
The three f/itchcri have pltyed
prominent parts fn world's sc: les base
bull games. Plunk, who is at his
home at Gettysburg, Pa., admitted that
he had been made an offer by tho Fed
Harvard Defeats Michigan in
Game Almost Devoid of
(By Associated Press.)
CAMBRIDGE. Mass., Oct. 31.-Har
vard defeated Michigan 7 to 0 here to
day in a football game almost devoid
of spectacular play and confined to
conservativo attack and defense.
iTwunty-flvo thcniBnnd spectators wit
nessed CO minutes ot - hard fought
scrimmage in which straight football
predominated throughout. The gener
al advance was achieved by a scries
of Une plunges and an occasional end
Harvard showed to better advantage
than the westerners, displaying
stronger defence and striking with
savage rapidity and skill In the second
period when tho solitary score of the
game was made. .
Michigan attempted. only one for
j ward pass and this Was intercepted,
j As if further to upset the ante-game
j forecasts, tho Crimson used four, ot
which three were successfully car
j ' Michigan used ? rushing line of at
tack. The campaign - worked well be
tween the 20-yard lines but lt lacked
tho scoring punch once the team had
; carried the ball within the shadow ot
the Crimson goal: - Harvard; - twice
hold Michigan on dr Inside her five
Harvard forced a touchdown * and
the resultant goal in the second per
iod. Obtaining the hall at mid-field on
a Michigan punt, Harvard, opened the
scoring advance with a series'pf Une
plunges and end runs,' piercing the
Wolverines' line-for consistent galas.
On Michigan's 35-yard line'the Wes
tern eleven held for two downs.- Tem
porarily checked, Quarterback Logan
bailed for a forward.baas, which, per
fectly executed, "put the ball on the
visitor's 19-yard line: Again Harvard
went to linc bucking and by clever
ly mixing covered and delayed passes
made the scoring of the touchdown
and goal comparatively easy..
K: With a seven point advantage the
Harvard team played a defensive game
during a majority of tho' remaining
It-was in tba finer, points of team
play that Michigan lost; for, player
for player, the Ann Arbor eleven was
fully equal physically to the Cam
bridge combination. , Collectively,
however, they failed to move with the
same cohesion and smoothness. -
Statistical figures .show that while
Michigan made ten first downs- to
?Harvard's eight, the Crimson gained
188 yards. by' rushing to- the Wolver
ines' 164. Harvard' gained 24, yardj
with four forward passes, while Mich
igan's single attempt caused a' loss
of the ball. In penalties th Ana Ar
bor team lost 80 yards to Harvard's
20. The, victors also' punted th o b al l
430 yards to the losers', 3.65 yards and
ran tho ball back to punis 20 yards
to five. . I
EARNED EVERY 1
University of Virginia Wins Bit
- teri?. Contested Battle 20 to
V , T Over Ve?&^
. ; . (By Associated' press.)
t. NASHVILLE, Team, pct 3.1.-Out-,
: playing VapderoUt ' at almost every
i stage ot today's football gama . boro.
, the University ot ?TlrglpIa won. th?
bitterly contested ?attie Sd* to 7.
Every touchdown was earned; Th^rc
werbvno flakes and few penalties.
Vanderbilt was pensliatd halt h the
HlatancA to her seal in the last quar
ter for sending Curry in twice m mat
?Virginia . scored . first when shortly
after the kt?kpff , tho visiting team
rushed the ball down the .field and
Sparr webt over* for a ' touchdown.
Barker kicked tbd goal:- -
In tho -second period Virginiaagain
hammered Hfi way through tho Com
modore defens? and Sparr went over
the lura for another touchdown/ bar
ker missed, the ??al^ t I^ v -V ,
' Vanderbilt came ?ac? strong ta tho
??r4 .quarter. inthis varied Voaden
Wit outplayed V?renla aiut;by a:
I les of line plunges and end rana
. ri?dx Jhbjtwli to Virginia's ;,?Sh
kick formation Curry cross the goal.
Cody kicked the goal.
After rushing the bali the length
of the field in the fourth quarte*
Mayer went over tackle for Virginia's
last touchdown and goal was kicked.
In the eeeoad quaK-r Vanderbilt
carried thc ball to within one foot of
Virginia's goal, but was unable to
cross the Hue in four trials.
Gooch for Virginia was the star of
Die game. . .
Curry was Vanderbilt^ best ground
gainer and made several long runs.
Mayer and Barker for Virginia also
ST. LOUIS WANTS
I Say* He Has Been Offered More|
Washington of Offer.
POF/T SMITH. Ark, Oct 31.-Wal
ter Johnson, the Washington Ameri
can pitcher, said tonight that the St
Louis Federal's had offered him "morel
I than $15,000 a year to sign a contract"
"I have notified Washington of the
offer and will await their reply," ho
said. "I think I will close soon, but
with whom Im not sure'"
A LAST APPEAL
TO THE VOTERS
To the Ed'tor of The Intelligencer
Please allow me space in which to
call the attention of the public to this
last appeal BO necessary for the gen
eral election: I have some cause, while
Dr. Walker's first appeal of two weeks
ago has been endorsed, to make an
other and last appeal for the time so
nearest the election as to create good
interest in the hearts of South Caro
It is of importance now that the vot
ors of South Carolina are again asked
to support at the general election on
Tuesday, November 3rd, the two
amendments so proposed to the state
constitution, in a Joint resolution by
the General Assembly at Gae mst meet
ing, that Ute Cedar Spring school for
the. Deaf, located at Cedar Spring,
S. C., be in one amendment removed
from the class of penal and charitable
institutions, and.- then la the other
amendment be classified with Gie ed
ucational state-supported institutions.
? The joint resolution for -the class!
flcation originated with Representa
tive Jesse W. Boyd, of Spartanb?rg,
S. C., on his own initiative, and backed
up by Br. Walker's suggestion. The
resolution was passed at the* general
assembly, and the Committee, on Ju
dietary,.to.whom it was referred, pass
ed that resolution, to Submit to the
voters for ratification at the general
election. ? ? -
I : lil has been seen fit to emphasize the
public.upon-Gie proper constitutional
classification by Gio following facts:
r (1) : The education ot Gie deaf in I
Ute: state on such a high, 8Ca,e wtth
tun oiner best ?tate scno?tB, ana the
overshadowing of Gie old idea of char
ity. . .. .
h (2) The school already supported
aa: are the. other state institutions so
classified, by Gie public tax.,
?8) The possible advent bf one of
Gie great issues of education, now in
view,-the .state school ..compulsory
education or attendance law that
would apply to the deaf as well for
such a school properly classified as
<rt ( 4 ) The state association j already
Gie step to the improvement for fur
ther welfare. Other benefits in view
too many to nuke ont hare^as the
publie mlsht know whatever the ben
efits are for the deaf. So ure the wise
voters requested to explain the mean
ing of the vote to tho Ignorant
. Remember .to the point bow to vote I
right on the two amendments, very
necessary to each other. Cast two sep
arate I ballots with the explanaUon J
given thereon for each of the two |
Remember to the point how to vote
right on tho two amendments, very
necessary to each other. -Cast two sep
arate ballots with Gie explanation !
given ' thereon f Or 1 nach of ; Gie two I
'amendments, and Gie - wordc: "FofH
You will be thanked- wtGf fair grat
itude for th? wisdom of Ute vote. Fa
vor, support and adopt the amend*
men ts, and will the amendments
carry; and at last, alt tho cause of
education is South Carolina's causa:
, WALTER GLOVER,
Unable to Penetrate line.
WASHINGTON, Oc?t ,ai.-r-George
town defeated the West .Virginia Wes
leyan football tesm bera today, 2t to
0:^ Tbs visitors were unable fe-pen*
ett?te Georgetown's ? lin? and made
but three first do^Si^Tw flfa^?^
ended 7 to 0, Gifee touchdown* cbm?
lag lu; the asst twb qbarttrs; :
' WarmlyContested Game ?'/'?
ANNAPOLIS, Md.. Oct.* : S?^-Nt?f
met a tartar hore ?oday, in N?rj^:c^
olina A. abd M :and:a^?d ? two*,
point victory, ie to U, ia Gie most
warmly contested game played on the
Nary field tn,a long time,
i'."Tba margin ; ot victory- was duo to
I* Mocked punt trbiebi tell behind the
A. and M. goal line' and was recovered
by the. visitors for a safety.
tichdowns were made In.Gie se?bnd
nba 'third qua Hers by iscnui oier; a?a
McGill bb bverrtsekl? : plays: rt Short
end rubs and t lin o bucking, in walch
Webb featured, were employed- by
Unit Colgat? ?sccr?sd. Tho game abound- j
td ip apec^^ by l^egorj Mns-|
o SIX'AND TWENTY o
WILLiAMSTON, Oct. 28-Thc flrBt
killing frost of the eeasoi? visited us
Weduesday morning Al? vegetation is
killed and many fear that luce col
ton ii damaged ;.i \ Very ii??ri 1 ?teilt,
and there ls mid reds or a-ros hero
and in neighboring commu.ilt.'c? ti.at
have never had a bol! picked in thom.
In fact, fully me-half thc cotton c: >p
has hardly be?un to open. Homo iVw
who had late corn wit1, ol ii Buller
severely from thc frost.
Shelton school opened last Monday
morning under very favoreol* condi
tions, with Prot. Meredith aud his
assistant, Miss Vonni lu charge.
A little child of Mr. nod Mrs. An
drew Massey, formerly 01 inls section,
but now of Pidgin, died ut the. Lome
of its parents ms: Sunday and was
burled here on ;he day following. Tho
parents have many friends ant rela
tives here who deeply sympathize
with them in their bereavement.
This section was shocked last
Wednesday'to learn of the death of
R. C. Mullikin of Beaverdam. Mr. Mul
likin was well known horo. having
visited Mason and. Woodmen and his
remains were Interred with .'Masonic
orders on Thursday in Beaverdam
cemetery of. which church he was a
member. . I Vi ra
W. Li. Link and family of McElmoyle
were visitors' at th?' home of J. D,
Moore last "Sunday. ,
Misses Evio and Lolo Richey visit? .
ed at the home pf A. Z. Bryson last
B. F. Whittaker, one of our most
prominent farmers, says that it is his
Intention .0 quit raising cotton and
turn his farm.into a stock farm. He
recently sold twenty-two pigs from
two sows fpr $110. At present he has
nine hogs fattening for this winter's
killing. Mr. Whittaker raises only D?
rocs and proposes'to keep them up to
A. M. Martin and family spent Sun- .
day .with the. family of Dolphus Mur
phey of. Hubbard, ; . ' .?
Everybody who attended tho Belton
Fair came back. highly pleased, es
pecially A. B- Pi v.ene? whose horse
won iii every, co-test in which- abe
was entered with the- exception of
one,-that of.light draft an?mala ,
Dr. Jay Hollis of Pendleton was a
visitor here last Tuesday. t
. Mrs.: P. M. M?baffey spent this week
with relatives at Pelxer...
; CW. Mur ph ey ls one of our most
successful young farmers. Ches; is a
frequont Visitor td Anderson some
times making two -1/ips a Week, any
way. Every time he makes a trip ha
carries with him enough produce such
as butter, eggs, chickens, potatoes, eta.
to pay him for bis time. By doing this
he Bas 'rsa . bia' farm this year 0? e.
cash basis' and has a nice bal anco to
bib' credit. Why cap't : others do f- aa.
-W. C. Bennett
Kort h Carolina Again Victorious.
WINSTON-BALBM, N. C., Oct. 31.
The University bf North Carolina de
feated I Davidson college iii .football
hero tine afternoon,. 16 to 3. North
Carolina made, both her ' touchdowns
on forward passes while Davidson's
throe points wore scored in the second
quarter of , play on kick from place
ment Ca^ciUna's Jipe Was heavier
thbn Davidson, although, the backfields
were about equal in weight. Carolina
sot sopro- "intil the. third - quarter
when ono. touchdown and safety
were - scored, the : second touchdown
being; made in the last quarter.
' Spectacularly. Flayed.
. ATIRANTA. ;,(?a., pct Goprgia '
Tech's eleven defeated the University
pf ; tho South (Sewanee) here today;
20: to 0. The gamo was spectacularly
played-throughout .the opposing back
fields making, many long gains.
Game Results In Tie.
PRINCETON., N. g J., Oct 3LT
Princetoh and Williams met in foot'
bail here today and the game resulted
In a 7 to 7 tie, the Tigers scoring thetjr
touchdown and goal with>,oaly two
minutes tb play, Toolan, ot Williams,
was tho star or the game. -??'..;
?J ? '. Stored on. For ^?rst'.;?Jmis.:';
v kOANpKB, Va, pct, 3i.~Failuxer to
kick an, easy goal-after anhrotechalr
esl touchdown in the first five min
utes ? ot play contributed to. V. P. L's
MsM^iifH.'t^^.'T^to.e,- in their'ah?- ,
nual football game. ..with . Wajhluatoa
Tho Generals usad the forward .naaa
often, but Only-once was lt completed
w^e?j in the second qtiart?r wfch the
??>>; center pushed. dVer'DOitaatte for
%;had ;^ ! ?
Washington aad"L^r?? oh Tech's one
yard line on a sensatic^al end run.
Flaying ?^,|rap>rt?r>. grade of bali
throughout tl?^ ?ie, this, elei?>Vpf
MW.W?l^^?re'; today. 16 to 0. ?
Tho William and Marv MA* *ck*A /.?#
'oiat?^j' W^tgWijjt^ .'
thjtt bf ; Wckfati ? Three ot < William
and Mary's backfield man played with
BaBdolph-^aesit > ?efests BJehaaad '
.' RICHM?W, V?^wW^8t'^^ir?': ftmiw.;
teat by F&adol ph-M&con ;<be"re ? today. ;
'ft?Sffli^'^'*^'^ **? tor :V.
Ripdolpb'-Macbn aodvgslne ?84 yards
Thc college association will meet
Tuesday afternoon at t o'clock at tho
Mr. and Mrs. I^ouls Horton. Miss
Bertha Cashin und Mr. Charlie. Kant
leave today for Atlanta. They will
make tho trip in Mr. Horton's car
over tho automobile highway.
Miss Bessie Bell Shelon has return
ed from a visit to her sister. Mrs.
Adam Fisher in Charlotte, N. C.
Master Adam and little Miss Sara
Fisher accompanied her home.
D. A. H. Meeting.
A delightfully pleasant meeting of
the D. A. R. chapter wus held on Mon
day afternoon with Mrs. J. R. Van
diver at her lovely home "Runny
Mrs. Vandlver, tho regent, presided
and several matters of business were
discussed and disposed of.
The following interesting program
was then given: Plano solo, Mrs.
Steele. A paper describing the early
religious history of Anderson county
was read by Mrs. Rufus Burriss. Mrs.
Cheiter Plant read a poem by Kipling,
"The Last of the Light Brigade." A
historical paper was read by Mrs. A
P.1 Johnstone. The last number of tho
program was a sweet solo by MISB
During the social half hour Mrs.
Vandlver served her guests with a
dainty salad course ending a very
Miss Bessie Majors went to Honea
Path yesterday afternoon to spend tho
week-end with friends.
Kr*. Humbert Entertains.
Mrs. John B. Humbert delightfully
entertained a few friends on Tuesday
afternoon, at a Rook party. Her pret
ty home was unusually attractive on
this occasion, bright with beautiful
chrysanthemums abd cut flowers.
After several morry games the.ta
bles were cleared and the guests
served an .etegar.v i?!d,?d course. Among
those present wetb: Mesdames Dave
Beatty, whiter Beatty. Claud Earle.
Clarence Brock, ?TV. ll. nardin, T. 23:
Howard. J. W. Speake. Fuller Wat
son.. Minnie Milford, J. I. Brownlee,
J. M. Evana, MlsBes Bessie . Major
Bonnie Orr, Irene and Clara Osborne,
Shower For Misa Anderson.
The regular October meeting of
the Junior Phiiatbea class of the
First Presbyterian church waa held
on Monday afternoon with Mrs. Ray
mond -Fret well st . her pretty home on
Franklin stree!. These ladies plan
ned to make lt,el surprise shower tor
Miss Annie Anderson one ot their
most faithful members, who will be
married on November 4 to Dr. Pruitt
And right charmingly did they carry
out their plana Ali gathered prompt
ly at 4 o'clock and with a few invit
ed' friend* were soon busy dressing
the doll? tor the doll bazaar they ex
pect to have some,time soon. While
happily busy in thia way; the door
was thrown open and to the sweet
: strains' of tho wedding march a dear
little brido and groom in dainty ar
ray, entered carrying a huge bouquet
of chrysanthemums, showered with
dainty articles in heart shaped baga,
and presented lt to the bride-elect
The little couple were Master 8am
Fretwell and little Miss Harriet Hol
man. Just behind came the little
maid of honor, little Mlas Elizabeth
Burriss, bearing a basket also Ailed
with presenta for the bride. After on
joying her gifts tho brido stood on
the. landing on tho stairs and threw
her bouquet to bo caught by tho ono
. tate intended for the , noxt Junior
Phiiatbea bride,. Ml8B Floride Harris
was the fortunate "catchen"
MrsV-Fretwell served her guests
with au'.elegant salad course, hot
; rolls and coffee.
Bose Hill Afternoon. *
Ths 5rst,of a series of charming oc
casions tb bo given by the Rose HUI
club waa held on-Monday attemera,
which.was card afternoon at the club.
Several tabina were formed and the
gamea were unusually pleasant and
interesting. At ?-*n qQfte a number
ot gentlemen and cnYer ladles cam?
out and at 7 o'clock s delightful hot
supper wa* served in a pleasantly in
formal manner, after wi Ich tiie even
ing was spent, in dancing by some
- and playing carda by . >thcra. The
'^embers ?f theelub pim to have the
, :card afternoon* follow** by hot sup
persevery?twp trasks ,t b Tuesday and
vher promise to bb; vt ry popular oe
Hallo wee-.* Part v.
Never! wa* t*? halloween idea more
> effectively and delightfully carried out
than on Friday , evening when Maar
.fer* /Martin Neely and Pat Sullivan
. fntartbibed . their frienda at a HaUc
: ween party at the home of the former
on River'street The house was most
affectively decorated with pictures bf
;> .Wae* cats, wttcdi?s^abd pumpkins ali
over the willis. Weird looking pump
r;;;:W?'::lu^> a^r?>?- glow over the .scene;
while/tbs; guests ; were rebed>either
? a* /.'a* ghost or; witch. Some bf the
: costume* wera splendid and aa they
moVed^ s around either la uncanny si
lence1 br* speaW^ta^beep. aUp?cbral
j voice, lt wag a source of unlimited
fun and nmunenumt.
One ghost read u thrilling ghost
story while a black robed witch serv
ed hot broth from a large red pot
In one corner in a tent hid by autumn
leaves another old witch told for
tunes. Later in tho evening tho
guests unmasked and a delicious
j sweet course was served.
In Honor of .Mrs. Oelsberg.
Mrs. Harry Geisberg, Anderson's
latest bride, waa the charming honor
guost on Friday afternoon when Mrs.)
H u rles ton Burton entertained 12 of
tho young married set at an elegant'
four course luncheon. Tho Halloween1
Idea was carried out in the decora-1
tiona and place cards, while manyi
candles shed their soft radiance over
all. Assisting Mrs. Barton in her du
ties as hostess were Misses Nell Bar
ton and Vina Patrick. The other
guests were: Mesdames Keith Pr?
vost, T. L. Cely, LOU?B Horton, Mc
Lean, G. B, Green, Jim Craig, F. E.
Todd, Levis Sanders, Joe Frctwcil
and Frank Reed.
Mrs. Iiinard the Honor Guest.
The largest affair on the week's so
cial calendar was the reception on
Friday afternoon given by Mrs. G. W.
Chambers abd Mrs. A. L. Smother.4 '
at the homo cf the former, in honor
of Mrs. J. P. KInard.
mm. KInard ls tho wife of Dr. J. P.
Kinard, the new head - of Anderson
college and this was Mrs. Kinard's
first introduction to the ladles of An
derson. The front of. the house had
all been thrown together and beautl
ully decorated, with autumn leaves
Mrs. W. H. Nardin, Mrs. J. M. Pag
et, and Mrs. W. W. Sullivan mot the!
guests at Gie door. In Gie receiving I
line were the two hostesses, their
honor guest, Mrs C. S. Sullivan, Mrs.
H. H. Watkins, Mrs. R. a Ltgon, Mrs.
John F. Vines, Mrs Prue Cllnkscales.
From the receiving line the guests .
were taken Into the dining room bj?,
Mrs. Henry Frierson, Mrs. J. S. Arch
er and Mrs. Lula HtlUtouse. Hore Gie)
decorations wer o especallly pretty,'
soft ss?. light being ceca mo'si-elect
ively, with a suggestion ? bere and
there of the Halloween season.
The following young ladies, all for
mer musical pupils of Prof. and Mrs.
ClinkscaleB, served: Misses Neille
Pruitt, Annie Bell Dean, R?th Hem
bree. Pal Dean,. Lola Well?, Ruth
Wells, Agatha Spellman and Mrs. Ed.
Kinsey. Buring the afternoon Misses
Helen Little, Laurie Smethcrs, Elea
nor Sargent .Tressa McCanta and Ma
de Edmonds, also mus lc . pupils ot
Mrs. Chambers, furnished music
About 300 ladles called during tho af
Two of the pre-nuttal entertain
ments given ba honor' of Miss Mary
Hodges were the bridge parties given
by Misses Antoinette Thomson and
Katherine Link on Thursday and
Saturday afternoons respectively.
A.pretty home wedding was solem
nised on Tuesday evening, October
27. 1914,.at 8:30 at tho home of Mr.
and Mrs. Jessie Calvert Ellis, when
their niece. Miss Mary Gillam Hodges
was married to. .Dr. William George
Harper, Gie Rev. 81di Brown Harper
of Charleston, brother of the groom
assisted by Rev. s. O. Cantey, offici
ating, the ring, ceremony being used
Only tho relatives and few intimate
friends wore present. Immediately af
ter the marriage a reception was held
attended by a large number of friends
Tho bride and groom left on the mid
night train for a bridal trip, and ex
pect..to be at home on North Main
street, to their friends on their return.
The attractive homo was a scene ot
beauty in its decorations of green and
white. Southern smilax was fes
tooned along Gie picture moulding,
doors, and windows tn an effective
manner, and bowls cf gorgeous whlto
chrysanthemums and numberless
lighted tapers, gave .a beautiful fin
ish. . Tho chandeliers and candelabra
were decorated In smilax and' green
and vaite tulle.
Before Gie ceremony Miss. Lenoro
Neville Long sang m sweet strains
"All For You," "You." and "Dawn,"
and played Lohengrin's "Bridal
Chorus" as a signal for Gie approach
of tho hour, and played softly during
the ceremony geing into Mendel
ssohn's aa a recessional.
This wedding was. unique and or
iginal In conception and beautiful In
design, being in' tableau. The bridal
parry was arranged in a circular sot
ting on a enrpot of white about Gie
improvised 'altar in Gio back .parlor,
when Gio folding doors were thrown
open by Messrs. B. 8, and P. . C.
Hodges, uncles of the bride, and in .the
brilliant glow of tho lights and tapers
a beautiful scene was presented. The
following were tho attendants: Mrs]
Clarence Osborne, sister bf 'the groom,
darno of tumor, handsome in modish
gpwn of green charmeuse with shadow
lace, carrying an armiul of white car
nations; . Dr. James Harper, brother
of the groom, best mab;,Miss Rather
ine Link, lb white crepe taeiepr
rying white carnations, with Mr
W. ; Seel j-.- Miss Antoinette * Thom
in white crepe meteor, carrying
carnations, wit!? Mr. W. F. Marshall.
Tho bride and groom Htood between
two pedestals on which were crystal
vases or white chrysanthemums where
tho ceremony waa performed. The
bride's girlish beauty was enhanced
by a gown of Duchess satin with Prim
cess lace trimmings, court train, crepe
chiffon overdress, veil arranged in
Juliette cap fashion from orange
blossoms, carrying a regulation bou
quet bf bride's roses and valley li
At the reception Miss Louise Mc
IDII1 and Mr. Prank E. Harrison, Jr.,
, ushered the guests into tho living
I room where the receiving line stood
' consisting of tho bridal party, Mr.
?and Mrs. J. C. Ellis, Mr. and Mrs. F.
B. Hodges, and Rev. S. B. Harper,
i From here tho gueBts were ushered
?into the dining room by Misses Long
and Maggie Latimor, whore cream nnd
cake in colors-white and green
were served by Misses Mary Klugh,
Mary Lawson Link, Mary Quark's
Link, Mary Aiken, Mary Smith. Joe
DuPre. and Virginia Aiken. White
and green mints we.re served by little
Josephine Barnwell, Adair Aiken, El
la Hpdges, and Claudia Osborne.
Those assisting in entertaining
were: Dr. and Mrs. P. B. Speed, Mr.
sud Mrs. J. F. Barnwell, Hon. and
Mrs. Wyatt Aiken, Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
*-ong, Rov. and Mrs. S. O. Cant?y Mr.
and Mrs. B. S. Hodges, Miss Mamie
Lou Smith, Mrs. J. A. I lu rr is, Mrs. L
K. Dantzler, Dr. H. K. Aiken and Mr.
Sara Harper . *
Oao of the most attractive parts ol
the' house was tho broad front veranda
which was enclo3cd with canvas bril
liantly lighted, and decorated with pol
plants where punch was served by
Miases Ada McMillan, Fannie Harris
Messrs. Otto Bristow and H. H
Oreen. In the library many beautiful
presents were displayed.
Tho out-of-town guests were: Rev
S. B. Harper, Charleston; Dr. H. K
Aiken, Laurens; Mr. and Mrs. F. D
Hodges, Roanoke, Ala.; ' Messrs. San
Harper, W- F. Marshall, Mrs. Clar
ence Osborne and Miss Claudia ? OS'
borne of Anderson; Dr.1 James Harpei
and Mr. L. W. Seel, Belton; Mrs. J
F.'Kedrcs. Mr. and Mrs.'B. ?S, Hodge;
and ? Mrs. L. K. Dantzler of Hodges
and MiSB Lenore Neville r;jng bf Dui
The bride ls one of the moat popu
lar young women ot the city, cordie
in manner, and beautiful in charade
and her - many frienda ' wish ' tor he
much happiness. The groom- lias baci
a residont ot Abbeville for a numbo
of years being connected with Speed'
drug store as pharmacist, sad is I
young man of fido character.
Mrs. .J Wyatt Aiken ?? entertainer
Wednesday the 21st with a kit?hei
shower for her cousin, Miss 1 Mar
Gilliam Hodges. Mrs. Aiken serve?
a delicious salad course to her. 3
guests.-Abbeville Medium. .
Dr. and Mra.W. G. Harper will rc
turn from their wedding trip Sunda'
and " will be the guests ot - Mr. an'
Mrs. Clarence Osborne a few day
before going to Abbeville.
The Dixie chapter, U. D. C., wi
meet on Thursday afternoon with Min
D. A. Ledbetter at 3 o'clock St he
home on the Bou le vari:. This will I
the annual election of officers.
Quite an unique and delightful pai
ty ' was given yesterday afternoon t>
Miss Annabel, De?n and Mrs. Joh
Neely at the home of the" latter o
River street'. In keeping with tli
Halloween season the walls were coi
ered with pictures of black cat
witches and hobgoblins. Beauttfi
sprays of autumn leaves were dve,rj
where, while the rooms wer? darker
ed and red lights made, a Soft ;gio
everywhere. A short' time after tl
ladies gathered a messenger boy ban
with a letter for Mrs. Neely and bm!
intense excitement she opened .1
Finding it written ia unknown figun
she appealed to the ladies present i
help her out. None could so" ono sui
gested they ask the witch, abd led tl
way Into a darkened room. Here" si
Ung by ber tent in long block robe
and high'hat sat the . witch,' who
their request read thc following a
"Mrs. Lawrence Dean announce tl
engagement of her daughter. Pal,
Mr. John Glenn, the wedding'to ta1
place November 24." , , '
This came aa a pleasant surprise
all present and the pretty bride-ele
received many sincere congratulate
and good wishes. The guests we
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uivu^ totcu ?iivu viro uimug ilium wi
hore a delicious two course mci
was served. About 15 ladies wc
present, most or them friends ?nd r<
atlves ef IkVbrtde^elect: ' Mr. rGle!
hj:th?son of Hc?>; W. IL Glenn bf t
Mrs. D. B. Fant of Union has bc
spending some time here as tho gm
of her daughters, Mrs. Malcolm H
Fall and Mrs. Will Fant.
??ittUe Folks JKnteriata>'
!V:The little folks had their Bb aro
Halloween parties in two given < y
tord ay afternoon,
, Master Jim, Jr., the alx year 1
sob ?? of Mr. end ''. Mrs. Jas. H. Ora