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ttrport of Miss Darlington?For the
Find Quarter is Batlsfseory.
MIbh Maggie M. Gariington, county
supervisor of rural schools, bas done
a much greater work in this, county
than the mere cold figures show. But;
that she has done good work 1b evi
denced by the following report for
the three months that Miss Gariing
ton haB bcj.i in thiB county:
1. Number of schools visited, 28.
2. Number of associations organiz
3. Number of members In associ
4.. 'Amount raised by associations,
5. Work'of the associations:
Bought paint for tho inside and out
side of schools, had yardB cleaned,
stumps pulled, glass pat In. xoolets
bought, bnoKs 'bought, and many other
6.' Help I have''given teachers.
Made daily schedules for new teach
ers,', .taught reading, spelling, geo
graphy,-arithmetic, history, and physi
ology. Have selected pictures (repro
ductions of famous paintings largo
aize and neatly .'rained), and have
helped teachers In hanging theso pic
tures and In lowering others.
7. Help glvcU trustees:
Selected paint, maps, globes, pic
tures, teachers'. desks, chairs, flags,
library books and in the selection of
8. Teachers' Club:
Our Teachers' ,Club has grown to
such an extent that the monthly luach
could not be held in the court house
or graded schools, therefore I asked
for the use of the First Baptist church,
which is beautifully equipped with
parlors, dining room and kitchen. At
our last meeting there were 150 teach
9^ Field Day:
Many circulars are. being sent out
for Field Day, which we are.planning
to hold next spring. Prof. G.iW. Cham
bers, of the AndcreoS city 'schools,
has begun his Saturday drill of the
boys in the diff?rent .townships.. '
MAGGIE M. G* ARLINGTON.
Report of First Three Monthk
It Number Visits j made.. 36. iu
2. Several Associations have been ;
organized, several : reorganised, 'and j
many reports have been received from
the older associations. They tell of
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THE CITADEL, Charleston, Jon. 17. !
?The new baud instruments, which |
wero ordered from th? C G. Conn
Company about two weeks ago, aro
oxpocted to. arrive within the next
few days. The old set of Instruments
were th? property of the National
Guard and they were': recalled in De-'
comber. Since that time the various
military ceremonies have : been with
out music The bond men, however,
hat(3 not been, idle for in the mean
time guns havo been issued and the
once privileged nvu?lclanB arc now .but
ordinary soldier boys/ among whom
there doubtless exists a Unanimous
desire for .tho haBty arrival of tho in
struments. - .'.
>kctball game of tho.
I&d> ^oO last Friday
the local Hve met the
Ucatori :.teutri on the city
*U Th> <j imm^M^
i.and. was well ? played
throughout,--.The first half ended with
huf, twd ^ntoid&ersnce In-the two
scores;', In., the, Js>t ,ba3f tbe^Clladdl;
waS 47 to 27 favoring. tlto. Citadel.
The corps attended tho ; funeral of I
Col. C B. Gadsden Ima bodjr last Wed-J
afternoon Ht - ; airman.;]
or tho board of visitors from 138G np
until the time ;of= Aie death and bad
long been, deWftt?d to thd best ihter^
cats of tho InstituMon., a? a mark Of
respect to the deceased gentleman the
malt phW*#rSSi?ntr So?^ endet
Babres haie befin draped nurt will- re
main bo for n period -of 30-, days..
There seemarfo* b*a dUght eptdem
of la grffipe in pchool 'just at prea?
Somo 50 percent. , of .the cadets "
very bad colds nnd- durih^'th
week the hospital tiras taxed to its
paelty in caring^
ed and tho
nurse nro mat
' monia In any of the cases,,
Wr. EL O. Wilson, interstate V. M. C.
a, secretary, Charlotte.; w; ?U'.an>.
dressed a large audicncd t? chap^?
last Sunday nights .His .. thetle was
the "Face of :Chrl?t> j His 4alk was
of . paetf
Slrk Two years With Indigestion.
the amounts they have raised during
these three months, one reporting
$178.00. The Associations are improv
ing school buildings, libraries, desks,
pictures, stoves and much work is be
ing donc ou tho school grounds. A
school improvement conference was
'held in Anderson on November 21sL
State Supervisor Gunter. Miss Sadie
Goggans, supervisor of Ncwberry
county, and Mr. W. W. Smoak, wore
the speakers at this meeting. Although j
the day was very cold, over a hundred
ladles ... were present. Much good hasj
been developed from this conference.
I I have helped .the teachers with
classes in Reading, in all the gradeB,
history, grammar, writing, drawing,
arithmetic and geography. Bulletins
and maps have been given out. Much
school material has been selected and
mailed'to teachers upon their request.
Help has been given the trustees
as. ?uring ; last year, except the pur
chases have been largei. I have se
lected and-ordered several libraries.
Many teachers have been urged to
purchase supplementary readers for
About Blx weeks of my vacation and
my first week this year were devoted
to "A Course or Study and Helps" for
tho teachers. Many teachers have
thanked mo for writing this little bul
letin for them.
About two weeks of my time was
spent In arranging the Teachers' Beat
Ko on i. Faint and furniture had to be
gotten, a painter secured, the werk
over looked and the room put in order.
A teachers' library has been ..added
many of these books being.purchased
by the County Board of Education,
while others were bought with the
rest room monoy. A bulletin board Is
in the room, where many suggestions
to the teachers are placed each
month. For the further convenience
of the teachers it Is arranged that
they may make a cup of tea when
ever they need it.
I helped plan and carry out the
community fair at Mountain Creek,
which proved to be a great success.
! I have visited many schools on their
opening day, visited many on my own
schedule, and have visited others upon
the request of trustees or teachers,
where often I am asked to help cor
rect some trouble.
k Plans are being made for. the Field
Day and: County. School Fafrv which
will be held next--'spring. Folf- plans
will be given the teachers by the last
of January. . ..
The above can give only Idea of
part of the work I have done during
the first three mouths.
MAGGIE M. G ARLINGTON.
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The school work at .McLoes is mov-J
Ing along nicely sinco Christmas. Two'
families - have moved. into our- district
recently, which furnishes us with five
new pupils. V.'c are pi caned to Weir,
come any now family from far or near
Into-our district especially those Who
have children-to place in the school,,
and we gladly throw open to them our
homes, our churches, - our. school, our
all. with every Joy and privilege that
/We are quite proud of-a-new stove
that has. been placed in tho primary
room sinco Christmas. Tho teachers
and pupils have recently raised
enough money to dig a welt on tho
school' ground and when thtB: is done
wc-arc sure that tho convonlencos of
McLcqo school will compare..with the
conveniences o* uny of the best
schools .In-the county.
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.Tho students spent from Wednes
day to Saturday or tho [ past, week
standing the mid-tr^m examinationb.
This la always aretrying, tlresomo
tlmo for both: faculty ,and studonts,
and ell are relieved when it Is over.
" jl In their wdrk and good grades
nbw term win begin Wednesday, Ji
fiary: M.;; - ;
tuse of continued rain, noth
done in tho wh>>^^j
ibrdsy-nlghtl^was p^ponedrtmc w
l???nsThat "thoy^. did"n?t
propr.ro their programs.
tf. idea's , birthday
by a holiday, -Tm
19th. At 10 o'clock there, wilt- Du <
memorallon exercises held at the ..
-.'exercises; - : "
which takes place January
her. home In the city. 6ba will be
greotly missed lrom the college homo. I
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ICLEMSON'. COLLEGE, Jan. 16.-~j
'THe Columbian Literary Society held
Its twenty-first annual celebration on
Saturday evening, January 16. The
invitations sent out for this event con
tained not .only the program, as usual,
but the names of the officers and of
the members of th? society. The pro
lt. G. Kennedy, presiding officer;
declamation by P. C. Bangs, ''The Bat
tle of Bealenduns;" declamation by
W. E. Blake, "Emmet's Defense;"]
Declamation by J. R. Clark, "Evils of
Materialism;" oration by D. E. Swine?
hart, "Natural Forces in the Develop
ment of World Peace;" debate: Resol
ved. That labor unions are beneficial,
E. W. Garris, affirmative; G. F. Moore, j
negative. The Judges for the contests
were Proffessors S. R Ear le, E. T.
Howard, and W. W. Klugn.
The officers of the society are W. E. |
Blake, president; F. C. LcGette, liter
ary critic; R. O. Kennedy, treasurer;
P. C. Bangs, aergeant-at-arms, end
the following marshals: F. L. Bunker,
chief, L. It. Tarrant, G. R. Briggs, R,
C; LeGette, and J. Miley, assistants.
The John C. Calhoun chapter, U. D.
C, will hold the annual public ex
ercises in the college chapel on Tues
day evening, January 19, Lee's blrtb
day. Mrs. J. E. Hunter, president of j
the chapter will preside. Prot. C.. M.
Furmau, who was.captain in tbe Con-,
federate army, will. lntroduco the
speakers of the evening, Dr.. Howard
Leo Jones, president of Coker College,
Dr. Jonen is a favorite at Clemson, and
will have a large audience. The music
for the occasion will consist of a
chorus by little children under the di
rection of Mm. T. V. McCaul, a quar
tet, and selections by the Clemson
College . band and orchestra, under
the direction of Professor Routten.
Basket ball practice Is on In ear
nest now. From last year's team are
Glover, Gee, (captain) "Little" Gee,
Thornton, Young and Schabte. Follow
ing is the schedule: Presbyterian Col
lege,: date, not decided; Monoghan
Mills Y. M. C. A., on campus Jan. 23;
Presbyterian College at Clinton, Jan.
30; Furman, on Campus February 5;
Wofford. on campus Feb. 12; Y. M. C.
A. in Spartanburg, Feb 18; Wofford, In
Spurtanburg-, Feb. 19; Furman, in
Greenville, Feb. 20; Y. M. C. A., vin*
Charleston, March- 6. <
i ftT}l e Juniors, ! s o phoniere s and fresh
men ere practicing regularly for the
class football games. The juniors have
twenty-two-candidates, who are being
coached by Webb, McMillan and Dan
dle; the sophomores bsvo twcnty-Svc,
coached by-Arthur and Harris; the
freshmen have twenty-five, coached by
Msg!!!, captain of thi j Varsity, and
The following . information, taken
from the records of tbe War depart
ment, ehows the high standing of
Clemson ' as ? military school. - Ont of
sixty-five universities, and colleges in
the United States siring degrees,
where students are habitually in. uni
form and military disciplin? is con
stantly maintained, ovelen were class
ed m "M. C," which is the highest
classification.given'by the war depart
ment. Clemson is' one of the eleven.
Cel. Jo.s'.r.h M. C?m?jiiio ja ins ci notent
commandant at Clemson. '
Professor T. E. Keltt, II. W. Barra,
A. F. Conrad!, 3. M. Burgess, and oth
ers attended the Livestock ! Associa
tion's meeting in Columbia this week
and mode addresses: ^
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Miss Maude-Colo spent Wednesday
With MtsS Sullivan Gamble.
MiBB-CIardia Sullivan spent th?
week-end with lier shtcr,. Mrs.. Ms
AAsjVttftr* 'i* '
1 The friends of Mrs. J..M. Jolly will,
regret -to learn that she Ls confined
with- grippe- ' ... rj... i'j . 1% '.. ''. .-i
Wo arc pleased tt> announce that'
ourvcnrollinent ^liau reached 115..
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After enjoying a. vacation of two
weeks we began work on January 4.
Our enrollment la now 70 and tho
dally attendance good.
The pupils or the advanced grades
orguntzed a literary society last Fri
day afternoon. The following officers
were elected: Lewis Wulften, presi
dent; Ethel Honrs, vice president;
Blanche Newton, secretary; John
Whltten, treasurer. We expect to
have a public meeting in connection
with the School Improvement Asso
ciation on January 29.
The boys, taking advantage of the
few pretty days, have been playing
ball. After some practice we hope to
be able to. challenge sonic of our
neighbor .schools for a game.
Some of our large boys very kindly
hauled and scattered sawdust over
the yard last Saturday. So much
rain had made the yard very muddy
so it is a great relief to have the mud
covered. They oIbo put out some
Messrs. E. L. Owen and W. G. Wil
son were business visitors to Ander
John and Greene Whltten spent
Saturday night with Guy Wilson.
Misa Meta and Joste Owen called al
Mrs! Willis Newton's oue afternoon
Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt Hoggs and Mr.
and Mrs. Pa C. Seawright spent last
Saturday at Mr. Lesrd Newton's.
Mrs. W. F. Owen and children or
Greenville spent the holidays at Mr.
W. G. Wilson's.
Misses Decle Newton and Lucy Had
don spent Saturday night with Mrs.
R. C. Seawright.
Mrs. W. G. Wilson, Miss Leila WJ1
son and Mrs. W. F. 'Owen spent last
Friday with Mrs. E. Lee Owen.
Mrs. John Evatt and Mrs. Gilleapto
spent'last Wednesday with Mrs. J. P.
Swords. ' >
Carl and Bertha Arnold spent the
holidays with their grandmother sear
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TOWNVILLEy; i Jan. 16.-?Recently
Miss Stewart has been sick with la
grippe. Miss Myrtle Gantt and Miss I
Alice Smith taught several days each!
In Miss Stewart's place.
MIsb Killett attended the Hunter
Jonas wedding. Mrs. J. B. Ltgon taught
during Miss Kiliett's absence.
Elections held for i choosing class !
officers for the ninth and tenth gradeB
resulted as follows: For ninth grade,
Otis. Bolt, president;. Miss Katy.
Thrasher, vice president; Miss Eunice
Gantt, secretary-treasurer. The same
respective officers for the tenth grade
aro Misses Ruby Reeves, Emma Stev
enson, and Mark Earle. r Miss Mao
Shirley was. elected corresponding
secretary. Misses Li la King and Jean-1
cttc Holt baye, been choses pianists j
for. this month.
R?v. J. A. Crim, the -new Baptist j
minister preached two excollcnt ser
" Miss Lettye Grant qf Walhalla vis
ited Miss Winnie Grubbs during the
Miss Ruby Reeves spent the week
end with Miss Emma Stevenson,
. -Tho Bchool I Improvement . associa
tion will meet Friday. Jan. 22, at 2:80.
A large crowd of patrons and stu
dents are expected to be present.
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1 - The baseball . vduty for the com
ing season has been anno un ecu aa fol
lows;-. - .
: March 27?Bailey Military lustltuto |
at Greenwood. .
March. 30-^Balley Military Institute
at D%e';Wost^:;'-^ $
April l~Wfofa>rtt,nt Due.AVest. .
\10-rrCIemson at ?Ue W? ;
< April lC^Furmao at Greenville..
Ami ai?wofford af SpartaaWrg.
U ' 4?lk^F^ri?ah a&?^AW??t,-'
., A#*l! 20~-Presbyterlan college at ]
Due. West. *M
t^-il?B^awlwrrir-t at: N.owber.cy..
*. May*.. irr-Preebyterian: .Collegev aU
Clinton. '< *i '-..]
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This is the -schedule, aa announced
- the manager, but othot trames may
/arranged ror.. Tho prospects for a |
winning team are very bright as moat
of last year's.men are back and there
1b promising-now material.' -
I The. senior class or tho Due West
Woman's Coll?ge attended tho ttsetlttg ,
&tls?rafcem!an Literary 8oot?)*'6d$
to feature of the past weqk^-v,
.Reception g^ven by the ntu^denti^
rk,?? and an earnest appoal
. JH* .cooperation of the jeraplo? sUfc
dished Every Tuesday i?
oted to th? caose of Ed
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The following is tho honpr roll o(|
our school for the month ending Fri
day, January 15.
First Grade?Miss Rampey, teach
er; Gladys Brown, Mandelle Cann, I
Harold Cohb. WHUc Durham. Carl El- |
lis, Horace BUIb, Gladys Evans. LI la
Evans, Lucllc Evans, Veronee Fergu
Bon, J. II. Gunning, Ethel Hall, H rond
us Latham. Margie Leverctte, Hutch
inson Magill, Azilee Mobley, Isabel
McAdams, Bertha McKeo, Llgon Pet
tlgrew, Jeusle Belgier, Mary Watt,
Jewey White, Vivian Wiles, Ruskln
Advanced First Grade and. First
Section of Second Grade?Mips Wyatt,
teacher. Advanced FIrBt Grade?Jo
sle Bonds, Lalla Hall, Virginia Llgon,
Odis Latheni, Henry McCullcurh, '
Idelia McDonald. Wilks Mpuehet, Ber
otec Powell. First .section, second
grade?Idobcl GUlclnnd,' Louis Hall,
Cater Llgon, Jack Leverette, Georgia
Loftl8, Edna McGec, Frank Simpson,
Barney Smith. Helen Wiles, Ellen
Second section of second grade and
third grade?Miss Thompson, teach
er. Second section, second grade
Marie Burton. Helen Cobb. Ethr Mc
Col lough, Kathleen Selgler. Third I
grado?Lois Burdette, James Bo-itty,
Louise Chapmanfl Louis Jackson,
Clarence Moore, Margie Powell.
Fourth and fifth grades?Mrs.
Wright, teacher. Fourth grade?
Cornelius Halt, Guy Jordan, Hoyt Oz
mlnt. Lena McGee, Anna Wlllson, Lula
Evans. Fifth grade?Rees Bannister,
IsoIUt McCarley, Leila McCarley. Meta
Patterson, Olene Thompson. Fidelia
Sixth and seventh grades?Miss
Howell, teacher. Sixth grade?Mablo
Burdette, Erls Cohn. Lura Ellis. Ma
mie Hall, Dowey Hall. Claude Kcllar,
Ernestine Ozmlnt, Harry Powell,
Myrthell Powell, Harold Yeargin.
Bev/enih grade?Margie Buskin, Ciar
rls Bonds, Parker Bowie, Alfred
Cook, Claudo Findley, J. p. Galley,
Robert Hall, Ralph Lewis, Fred Mc
Alister, Esther Sherard, Alex Wiles,
Cecil Yeargin, Katie Hall.
First Year?Hope Beber, Dowey
Brock, Naomi Cann. Jack Killiland.
Second Year?Winule.. Ried. Betty.]
Bp'oone. Fannie Wiles. .
Third Year?-Annie Veronee.
Fourth Year?Essie Cook, Earle
Smith. Eugene Watt.
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The school at this place Ib progress
ing nicely. Miss Margaret Coleman
has charge of tbe primary department
and Mies May ' Wiggington, - the ad
We havo. reorganised the 'School
Girls' Thimble Club, and the Literary
Society. Of the literary society. Mag
gie Smith Is president, Robert. E. Lee,
vice president,.and Marie Lee, secre
Last year the-Thimble Club learned
s'. lot of things about sewing and cm
broidery-and-we bad some, .mighty
good times. We enjoyed .the Literary
Society also, and the patrons said
they did too. ,
Miss Maggie Garllngton, our' super
visor, spent: Thursday forenoon with
us. She said we had tbe most lovely!
situation for a school and that our
"water system" was among the most
sanitary going. We heard her tell
teacher something else that sounded !
dandy and that, wus that she, thought I
We : were doing fine work in our j
* We are v enjoying our play ground
stunts, and ga ass these, last sunshiny |
days. Our teachers bave promised the
boys to get an athletic tr?nier to teach
them some new .stunts. I
Ae eoon as tho weather gets just
right; we arc going to plant some
flower bc,ds end bordera. , .. . ^
Our school and the 8. I. Associa
a>h hav? given ope .successful en tor
tnm?nt, and wc are planning an
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?*.TW?' weeks have passed since, the
Chrlstmafl holidays and -we ore Im
proving greatly. Our school 1? in*
also,. Wc hope t? make idl.fc
eve? hAd'b?0' yC?r tb
it the pupils -who. have> ;bc
_ of tbe< *to
he sick list are able, to bo
b^ part of them are stiii
. soon.r.We^have ohe of the
rs this year wo f h avo ever_
Wian get her to teach
unity and moved near Starr,
wish for them many, many happy
. B?e.;Todd of:,the Roberts sec*
sJJfc visiting her sister, Mrs. Ha void
4 Miss Estelle Todd Isvvtslting. her
brother i this -woek, ... .
The Daily and Semi Week
ocatioti in Anderson Couo
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Our school opened on January 4
after- a very pleasant vacation, of two
weeks. The pupils all seemed glad 11
to get hack to work again.
On Friday afternoon the basketball
team of Houea Path and Helton play
ed a match game at Helton. Our
team won by a score of 20 to 9.
The literary society of .tho high
school department have elected the
following orhecra for tho secoud term
of the session: President, Vivian
Vaughn; vice president, Bessie "\Vil
ion; secretary-treasurer, Mne Pin
son; chief monitor, Wilton Knrlo; as
sistant moultnor. Eugen t Johnson;
critic, MIbs Millau Shirley.
The program for the last meeting
of the society follows:
Bible Reading?Ralph McMuhan.
Reading?Charlie McMahnn and
Blanche PioBon. V>
Recitation?Deulah Prultt and
Original Story?Emma Acker.
Jokes?Hessio WUboo and. Jaley
i Debate?Resolved: That tho love of
fame Is more powerful In human af
faira than the iovu of money. Affir
mative, James Clement, Robert Mil
iler; negative. L. d. Harris, Albert
We are very sorry to report that
two of our teachers, Miss Skelton and
Miss Wtlltford, wcro sick part of last
week. During their absence Mrs. E.
C. Frlorson and Miss Lenthe WIlU
ford taught for us.
Miss Helen Goldsmith spent last
week-end with Miss Lillian Shirley
. Miss Maggie Anderson of Eaaloy
and Miss Sarah McBoe of Greenville
visited Miss . Adams and Miss Allen
this past Saturday end Sunday.
k^Last Tuesday morning the fourth
grade entertained us In chapel. Th?
subject of their program was "Sani
tation/' and was well carried out.
Bible Reading?Ruth Hunter.
I Recitations?Irene Martin, Gary
Thomas, Grace Todd.
- Recitation, "Soap the Opressor"?
I Recitation, "Just Rlgh Town"?
Martha Cox. .
Recitation, "Tho Citizens of ,Just
Right Town"?-Sarah C un high am.. .
. DUlogUe, "The Doctor's Busy Day*';
doctor, Jim Bp wen; - patients, fifteen
fOurlh grade pupils.,
The birthday of Gen. Robert EL Leo |
will be observed in our school en
Tuesday, j January 19. The sixth
grade, under the direction of Miss
Hardie, will render Ute following pro
gram at our-, regular chapel exercise's:
Bible Reading?Sybio Parker. '
, Song, "Dixie"?By the Grad?^
? Sketch of Robert E. . Lee?Walter
Greer. . .
A Recitation, "The. Conquered . Ban
ner"-? Malvlua HOppor.
Recitation, "The Sw?rd of, Leo'?
Reading. "Lee's Farewell Address'
J. P. Williamson.
Prof. Wat kin s is now training the
boys-of our school in baseball. They
are getting ready for the, field day
exercises which will be hold. In 'the
TENTH GRADE PUPIL?.
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We began tUo week with three new
pupils; Claud.'n and Jewell Cain, and
John T.JJgnev , - M . i-,-:u>iivtX
!Wo are gradually adding, aonjo Jhn
provemt-nts to our school, the latest
being our waste .paper,.baskets, We
are looking forward with pleasure'to
playing basket ball and as soon as the
weather permits we will be ready.as
ont hall 1ms arrived.
.. S Miss Ella. McAdams entertained at
dinner on Wednesday, the guesta. bo-1
In?. Misses Salllo and Lucy Tucker,
Miss. LlUlo Scawrtght. Arthur Saa
wright of Iva,, and P. Bowen of Atr
1 an tu. c*
I Our; guests this week were Philip
Cromer oi Anderson, Titlman Tucker
and Jack Qftbi?. * .
Mia* Sharp spent Saturday at Mr.
T. N. Cromerro.
-? Mr.; end-Jars. Reld Patterson, spent
the week-end with the ltttcr'a parents; I
Mr. and Mrs*. T. N. Crom er.
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h"AJ?tir^^ ;* .dellghtfai;.holiday ?tf tef
^sys* duration; We were, r?sdf-;. foi
school January the fourth. Everyone
ver now,ones were, added to our roll.
)>Ha?d wotavfSaa began ^immediately
and much onthnjiiasm was displayed
Over' th?' #hv?i foFthfe' new t?rm'e
work. :""?-? ",?*:T(?'ti -?
,. NotwUhstandipg : -tho i condRlona,
adtbad ;wealher,.our attendance .baa
1 *^JSv^sJtcokrs4rlps as
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a fall attendance and axtend a cordial
invitation to all tWtors,
ly Intelligencer and
ty and everywhere.
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Wo are all glutl to see the weather
;ood again. All the children are com.
log to school nearly every day. ;
We have In school about 150. Thcro
ire about 43 in tho high school.
The basketball team was very.much' '
disappointed that it did not. get to
play Anderson high school luBt Fri
day afternoon. Dut We hone to play
Hiera next Friday in Anderson.
Tho Hternry society was very good ,
last Frldny. Our program was us
Debate: Hesolved, That cheap books
and paper are more good rhau harm.
Affirmative: Glenn MrAUsl?r and ltao
Wilson; uegattvo: Ruth Brown and
Current Events?Malcofltb Duekr.^.
' Life of ShakcBpCitrc^-Jtuijvo Me- :
Allster. .:. .-.'.i-.vtf.V
Essay?James Mo&re; ; .t?i?i}-. "\
The judges wer'e'. ' Mr, C*mffi.Duck
\yorth, Carroll H^nilrfott : aua? MIbb
Grace Martin; : Tho 'junges ddcldefl in
favor of tho'Sflirmntlvp. Mf* Carroll
Duckwori h was the only visitor.
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We opened school again Thursday,
the 31st day of December,..after on
Joying a pleasant week of vacation.
Twenty new pupils have been- enroll
ed since Ch rial m as, making a total of.
one hundred arid tbirtyV > " * ' - ' **' >*
. A new room was added to the build
ing during tbo summer. We now have
three teacher a. Misses 01 Ho Simpson;
Llzslo Klrhy and Emma Ncsbltt.
we have nine tirades In-piir school.
The -pupils are doing excellent work. -
Those on the honor-roll/w?ret ';:~\i
Mary Major, lit\tie Long, FaF Simp
son, Funnnn Hardy,. Homer Smith.
Jennie Lee, Jennlo Elrod, Adica Spilth.
John Klmber, J. C. Owens, W. P- Sherr
man, Maynard Simpson, Alton Parker,
BroaduB AUlson, Paul Long. Maggie
Simpson, Eugene ilfavo&:tfaltttr Bow
man, Geneva BlacHStb?U.Vi;fcjhn and
Harry Lee, LUllo-Allison,Sthcl Hardy,
LUlio George; Dorothy,-Geor??o, E5ln
Gillcsplc, Rath Glllespie', .Haipl Irbey,
George Irbey. J. C. KJmbO, Fay Long,,
Eva Moore, George Stoned Eva 8herirr,
Ellon Garrott, Nellie Huff. -
Soiaeihiiig For Nothing
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Youngs Island, 8. C, Nov. 28, 1914,
To get started with you wo make
yOU the following offer. Bend tu 31.50
for 1,000 Frost Proof Cabbage Plants,
grown in the open air and will stand
freoslng; grown from tho Celebrates
Seed of Bolglh? ft Son and Thorboai'
& Co., and I will g?nd,.yon\l^MN^?^
bago Plants addlUonal FREE, and yen
can repeat the order "'as ' many ' ilinca'
al yott like. X will give you epoc^T v
prices on Potato ^?^m^btto^
PXantajater. . Wo..want'Jtho^ao^nntf
of close buyers, larjse and''small. We
can supply alt . - . ' '.
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