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JOINT LEGISLATIVE COM
MITTEE FILES REPORT
Address of Governor Manning
Will Be Delivered From State
|S|k<-mI in Tlir Intelligencer. ,
COLUMBIA, Jan. Mi.?The commit
tee appointed to arrange a program
for the inauguration ceremonies for
Governor Hlchnrd I. Manning next
Tuesday, with Dr. (ieorgc W. Dick or
Suinter, chairman, has .drawn up the
"The joint committee respectfully
report that after consultation with
the governor and lieutenant governor,
elect, they have arranged the follow
ing program for the inaugural cere
"The house of representatives being
In session at noon, January 19. will
ho Joined by the senate As soon as
the Joint assembly shall have been or
ganized and seated, the governor, the
governor-elect and lieutenant gover
nor-elect, the senators and represen
tative in congress from this State,
wl' may he in Columbia, the chief
Justice and associate Justices of the
supreme court, the circuit Judges of
tile State, and the United States
lodges who may he present In Colum
bia und the State officers. Incumbent
ar.l elect, the trustees and faculty of
tho University of South Carolina and
students of said university, said uni
versity being a State Institution locat
ed at the capltol, will be escorted by j
Hie committco on arrangements from
the supremo court room to the hall j
of the house of representatives.
"As they approach the rostrum the
t;crgcant-at-arma of tho house of rep
resentatives will announce: 'Dis ex-1
collency, the governor-elect, the lieu
tenant governor-elect, and their os
corts.' The Joint assembly at tho or- !
der of tho president protemporo of I
tho senato will arise and receive them
standing until they are. seated. The|
governor-elect, lieutenant governor
elect and the chief Justice and tho as-1
sociale Justices will be seated on the ;
rostrum nt tho speaker's denk; tho es
cort accompanying thorn wil> bo seat
ed to the right and loft of tho speak
"The assembly having been called
to order the president pro tempore of
tho senate will announce that the
proceedings will be opened with pray
er and after tho prayer the president
pro tempore of tho senate will an
nounce that the Don. FJchard I. Man
ning, governor-elct, Is present and
ready to quultfy; thereupon the gov
ernor-elect will advance to tho desk]
mi the right of the speaker and the j
lion. Eugene D. Gary, chief justice,
will advance to the desk on the left
of the speaker. - The oath of offlco will
then be administered by the chief
justice of tho supr?me court of tho '
State of South Carolina.
"The president pro tempore of the
senate will then announce that the
IIpu. Androw'J. Ilethca, nontenant |
governor-elect, Is present and ready
to qualify, whercup the lieutenant
- .govornor-clect and the Hon. Eugene
;', IJ. ,Qury. chlor Justice, will advance as
In tho caso of tho govornor-oloct, and
tho chief justice nf ?ho .nipromo court
of tho State of South Carolina will
ulin In Ist er the oath of ofllcc to the
lieutenant governor-elect. 8
"Tho president pro tempore of the I
acnate will then announce that tho j
governor will del Ivor Ills address from
a rostrum on tho front steps of the
State H on ho and then declare the Joint
assembly dissolved. The, governor
and lieutenant governor and their es
corts will lb"" Immediately proceed
In the saine order In which they en
tered the hall of the house of repro-l
sen tat Ivos to the front of the State
House, the members of the gonoral j
"Tho committee: For the senate:
George K. Laney, R. D. Epps and
linger Kinkier; for tho house: George I
W. Dick. J. T. Mies and F. C. Robin
Will Aid In Enforcing Law. .
CHARDR8TON<\hW. Va.. Jan. .14.? ]
Fred O. Blue, commissioner of prohi
bition, said today that .the decision of
the U.nited States circuit! court atl
Richmond, Va., yesterday would im
mcdlatcdly put an end to tho solicita
tion of orders tor intoxicants to be de
livered to West Virginia customers |
and would bo of great value in enforc
lnq prohibition laws. _
I am now located, over W. A.
Power's Grocery store at 212.1-2
S. Main Street. T thank ; my
friends for their past - patronage
and ask continuance of same,.
1 ***** eold crowns atJM.i
ioid Kilians" $!.< D g*??T
' l?s* ^acting 4f^.
I make a specialty of treating
Pyorthea, Alveolar?' oj 'the gutta
and all crown1 and .bridge work
and regulating mal formed teeth.
Alt 'work y guaranteed." flrst-clsss. >
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DENTIST : :y.
Clergyman Who Enlistei
Lost His Memory,
Rev. Walter It. Hurlon. who Bays]
he Ih the puBtor of the First Christian
church of Fairmont, Minn., dropped
unconscious on Fifth avenue, New
York, the other day and was taken
to a hospital. When lie was restored
to consciousness he told u strange |
story of loss of memory for*, a month.
Ho had enlisted In the navy at Key
West, Fla., under the name of Hit-h
ard Hudd, December 2G.
The last he remembers, he says, is
having a ttcvero headache at hin home
In Minnesota on Dec. Ifl. Iicfore that
tlmo he had never, he says, been cast
of Chicago. Ho explains his enlistment
under the name of Hudd by the fact
that Hudd Is his'real name. Durton
Ik the name at' his stepfather. He once
played In an amateur band, he addB,
and that, ho thinks, accounts'for his
enlistment as a second grade musi
$233.1? Iff CASH FOR
RELIEF IN ANDERSON
RELIEF ASSOCIATION HAS
ALSO RECEIVED OTHER
Old Clothes and Food Supplies
"Have Been Contributed?All
; Can Be Used.
Old clothes, food supplies und cash
to the amount or $233.17 huvc been
contributed to the relief fund of the
Anderson Relief Association, accord
ing to a statement given out yester
day by G. II. Golgor of this organiza
The cash contribution column took
a long stride forward when city coun
cil made an appropriation of $100 to
ward tho work.of relieving suffering
among destitute families of the city.
Following wore the new contribu
tions received yesterduy by the. asso
Frank Hurrlss, food supplies; Jos
eph LundkovBky, food supplies; Carl
Khernicker, food supplies; Miss Gen
evlovo Simpson. $2.00; Mrs. E. C. Mc
Canta, $1.00; , St. John's. Methodist
church, $19.00; A. R- ?. church,
$11.06; check. $5.00; city council.
Rev. j. M. Garrison, .the pastor of
the A. ll. P. church, .stated that the
collection amounted to $17.80, but that
tho church bad used $6.72' of this
amount for charity.
. ' r l'on tribut Ions Good, j
Offlcors of tho Relief association
ire gratified ovsf. , tho manner ih
which the public has come forward
with contributions to this- Worthy
cause. A considerable quantity of
food supplies hau been contributed
and a large amount of old clothing
has been, sent In to headquarters tor
the usent the association In. clothing
these applicants for help who. are
without su file lent clothing to protect
Wliile the contributions havto been
tcnorous, the. association xan use yet
almost any amount of fV>d supplies,
old clothing and money.
OF BURR CLOVER
rki>; -n?a? Clemson Trattees I
Writes on Crop.
From Newberry Believes j
This Legume Has, No
Equal for Winter Pasture.
I Now that the attention of tho farm
era of the State are,turning to plant
ing .of cover; crops more than. ever.
Commissioner Watson recommends.rs
the plainest and strongest statement
an burr clover the following Btatemeut
prepared by Senator Alan Jotmatone,
dl in Navy When He
and His Wife and Child.
He arrived in Brooklyn Jon. 2, liv
ing at the naval Y. M. C. A., and get
ting preliminary education in his na
val duties on the receiving ship Maine.
Ilia enlistment impers, found In the
pockets of his citizens' clothes, led to
communication between the police und
the nuvy yard. Then Hudd woke up
und said he wus Hurton, the minister,
and that ho hud no recollection of en
listing in the navy or of his move
ments since Dec. 10.
A telegram wus sent to his wife at
Kulrmont. but a reply wbh received to
iliC* effCCt iiiai ohe iiaii g?jiic tu the
home of\a sister at No. 1100 Nr. ?Ii
Thirteenth street, liolse. Idaho. A
.second message was sent to her at
The man in this hospital said he
had be' a victim of amnesia on a
previous occasion and had remained
away from home for several months
without realizing who he was,
chairman of the board of trustees of
(.'lemson college, telling of bis experi
ence with this ctup:
"As a cover crop during the winter
months or us a winter pasture burr
clover hns no equal.
"Like the cow pea, it enriches the
soil, gathering nitrogen from the air
and storing it in the earth.
"It will grow In almost any sell ex
cept wet and marshy iand?although
it is best Buited to clay land.
"It is easy to sow, only needing to
be thrown on top of the earth, and
the rains of the fall will beat it in suf
ficiently to bring It up. Between the
15th of August and the 15th of Sep
tember is the best time to sow, al
though good kcsults have been ob
tained from aced sown ub I&te as the
1st of December.
"When once sown It will ever there
after perpetunte Itself, although it
may be easily destroyed by being
plowed under while green.
Slake Regular Crop.
''It duos not hinder the cultivation/
of a regular crop during tht summer
months, ns tho seed will not sprout
BUfilclently during hot weather to
cause any Inconvenience.. Bach suc
ceeding crop comes from the seed of
the former crop and not from the
rootu Which would hinder plowing.
"As stated above, tho seed .an be
thrown on top of the hard earth and
need no plowing in or raklnp under,
for the plow invariably coveis it too
"If convenient the land may be
broken, tho seed thon sowr on top
and covered , with a light - crush or
harrow.1' They ought not to bo more
than: ail Inch deep.! > .
"There need be no fear, however,
in cultivating tho land aftor one crop
of seed has boon made thereon that
the seed will be. burled, tor the .con
tinuous plowing B? thorough,y mixes
the soil as to leave enough teed-near
the surfaco to produce a stand in tho
fall. J, . .:
"If buried the seed will Ho In the
earth, sound, and will sprout when
turned up near the surface.
' "Two bushelB to the acre will bring
a perfect stand, although as little as
a half bushel. If equally distributed,
will start it sufficiently. If not pas
tured while seeding, to bring a stand
the second year.
. "It-may bo scattered broadcast In
cotton and corn rows after the. crop
Is laid by and left to come up in the
fall.-- :'- i .
"Burr clover makes ah excellent
winter pasture or lawn: It may be
aovn on top of Bermuda sod (or the
sod of any sort of grass) just ?s on
top'.of .the clear earth, and will spring
up in the late fall, last through the
winter, seed in June, being then re
placed'hy the native grasses.
"Cows fatten on it; poultry revel in
it; hogs like it; it-makes a great pas
ture for sheep and goats.
"Cows can not hi to .it close ! enough
to prevent its. reseedlng, as it will
gtow seed in all the.little undulations
where the,cow's tongue .can not- reach.
Hogs pastured on it should hare rings
In. their shouts to prevent their root
ing. Hungry sheep or goats might
possibly bite it too closely that it can
not put on seed. They should be taken
off about April 15.
"Some growers find It necessary to
inoculate tho soil to obtain a stana.
Others nave never had any trouble , in
this .respect. Full information as to
the process of Inoculation cad be. had
from the United States department of
A Card of Thanks.
The family of the late Dire. W.'.A,
McSwaln wish to thank their friends
and neighbors, for their kindness and
attention nt tho time of'her-death.
mIhh Sarn McBeo, one of Green
ville's most charming young ladies, is
spending the week-end witli Miss
Hess Allen at Mrs. J. li. McCain's.
Mrs. M. Vandiver is still quite ill
at her lionic on O'N'eulc street. Her
daughter, .Miss Mattlc, has been con
lined to her bed for a week with
grippe. She is improving though and
her friends hope she will soon be
quite well again. -
Mrs. Vaughn is very ill at her home
ou Hiver Btrcet we are sorry to state.
Mrs. Held Shcrard and children
have returned from a visit to rela
tives In Iva.
Mrs. w. C. Drown and- children
spent Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs.
L. I). Hlakc.
Mrs. L. D. Blake, Mrs. W. C. Brown,
Mrs. J. T. West and Misses Nancy
and Sadie Blake, Lillian Brown and
Anna Dean West were the guests of
Mrs. Will C. ClInkHcalos on Friday at
a delightful spend-the-day party.
.Vir. and Mrs. Hi J. Gambrell enter
tained all of the visiting ministers In
charge of the Sunday School Institute
held at the First Baptist church on
Tuesday afternoon and evening.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Missionary Society of the First Bap
tist church was held on Wednesday
afternoon and the following ofQcers
were elected: Mrs. A. H. Campbell,
president; Mrs. W. C. Bowen, vice
president; Mrs. Isa Brown, secretary,
and Mrs. Jessie B. Lewis, treasurer.
This is a strong executIvo board:and
the society ought to do well, under
their able leadership. ... I
Mrs. Joel T. Rice entertained her
Sunday school class in a most delight
fully informal way at her home cn
Brown avenue on Thursday after
noon. A short business session wns
held fir:-.' when the fbllswlng officers'
were reelocted for this year: Mrs.J.
T. West, president; Mrs. W. H. Cobb.
Jr., vice president; Miss Annie Shir
ley, secretary, and Miss Mattle Van
diver, treasurer. After all business i
was transacted a short . while"- was11
spent In conversation and music after
which delicious refreshments, were I
served. Those present w^Qrej^ Mes-1
dames J. T. Rice,; ?UUe- Tollivcr,
Frank Mattison, Claude Car ret,. W- H.
Cobb. Jr., O. K. Poore, Mlllard .Hor
ton, Clarence Cllnkscales, J. K. Phil
Ups. J. Clydo Green, H. J. Gambrell,
Uanie Shaw, W. J. Austin and Misses
Pawnee Sutherland, lillllan Shirley,
Hnttto Harden, Sue Cevlngton,. Mar
guerite Marshall. George, Annie Shir
ley and Zuella Wright."
Miss Annie Shiri?y;is" sp?rfdlng' the
week-end wIth relntIf?^-'in -Anderson.
Hon. John T. West 18ft Monday for
Columbia to attend fhe1'session'ot the
Mrs.-Alice B. I.atliner, Mrs. John A.
Horton. Mrs. Isa' Brown " and' ' Mrs.
Chas. M. Brown were ^business visi
tors to Anderson Friday!!.
Miss Ruby Williford ^as been ill at
her home in Anderson part 'of thi^!
week.* .... .tv won - ' t I
Miss 'Claudine Skcltou .was detained,]
at homo, the first pagi^qf the. week
on account of a severe, burn on one
Last Sunday morning-was tho time
for the regular yearly: election of of
ficers of the First Baptist Sunday
school. The old officers were roclect
cd as follows: J. T. West, superinten
dent; F. M. Cox, assistant superin
tendent; R./J. GambreR, seer clay and
Mis? Nannette Campbell has been
filling Miss Mattle Vandlvor's place
as day operator of tho tolephone ser
vlco here very efficiently during Miss
Vandlver'8 Illness. '
Mr. Jim Wilson of Graytonvllle was |
? business-visitor to Helton Friday.
Miss Maggie Anderson*of Easlcy.
who is teaching near; Pelzer, is the
attractive week-end guest of her
cousin,- Miss Marguerite .Adams, at
tho residence of Mr. and-Mrs. J. IL
McCuon oh Brown avonuc - _
Dr. Jas. L. Dean, Mr. and Mrs. J.
T. West, Mrs. Altco H. Intimer, Jack
and Anna Dean West speut'n most
pleasant day with Dr. and; Mrs.
Grange 8. Cuthbert Saturday.
Miss Vera Shirley, 'one. of Honen
Path's most attractive young ladles Is
visiting at MK Will C. . Clinkscale's
residence on Brown avenue.
Mr. J. T. West Is spending the week
end at home. . Ho will ' return to Co
Misses, Lillian Shirley., .Claudine
Skolton and Vmby . .WUHford have
moved tip town to board' With Mrs. A.
W. Hoggs. - '
Kbu, J. L. Ehcrard and'Hon. J. H
Hutchinson of Anderson parsed
through BeRon Friday night; en route
to their homo for the week-end.
Prof. L. W. Courth?jr of' tho- Fur
man Fitting school .spent a short
while In . Belton ??turday. Prof,
I Courtney- was superintendent of- the
! Bel ton high school sevoral years ago
and has scores of friends here who
are always glad to welcome htm in
their midst, - - ; <..' ;.'.
(AUBURN,. N, Y.t Jan. ,1^-iJohu H.
Farrell, chairman of the '.national]
board of arbitration of ..the National)
Association of Profceuiorml . Baseball f
Leagues, today give out ttfese decis
ions: ;. .. ' S' I" -.
Services of players awarded: W.
Pope, to Charlotte. N*;, C: Charles
Kelly to AahoYUle, tyfcCfei : .
The following players In major arid
minor, league baseball have been re
leased by purchase: ..
, By Ashevllte, N* C. A. ,C. Watson to
Greensboro, N. C.;,by Greensboro. >%
C.Ollh Perrltt to At?ttnl?. N. C; by,
Nashville. Tenn.. Witter Okyton } to
n?thara. N. C: Johtf Vnd*ey,to Mem,
j?his, Tenn.; by Durhaji^lf ^..Wil
liam H, Rows to Gr??risboro. N. Ci,
by Greensboro. N. C, B. C. Williams to
Dujhauj, N. C. and Chsrle* A. Strain I
to. Richmond, t Vo, i
Miss Anne Morgan, Daug
Mrs. Astor, Titanic Wide
aafIBB ANNIE MORGAN.. "
Miss Annie Morgan, daughter of the
financier, and M ru. John Jacob. Astor,
widow of the rich New Yorker who
went down on the Titanfc nearly" three
years ago, are'at work to help tho
French soldiers in the lie.hl. This pho
tograph, which is. the latest taken pf
THREE SPEAKERS WILL AD
DRESS LOCAL COMMER
TO BE HELD IN
Traffic Manager of A. C. L. Ry>,
Prof. Long and Gen. Bonham
W|" Miku Speeches.
The annual meeting and smoker-' of
tho chamber of commerce will be held
on the evoning of Mont* , January
26 in tho quarters of the organisation,
on - North Main street. Tho speakers
of the occasion, of whom, there will
be three, will be VY. J. Craig, traffic
manager of tho Atlantic .Coast' Line
Railway,. Wilmington, N. ?v-Prof-'W.
W. Long,. State agent of. .the Furmer.B'
Cooperative Demonstration , ,'Wprjk,.
with headquarters'" at Cltn'ison Col
lege; and Gen. M. L. ?yn'ham,vof the
local bar, ? ? ... ....
liais Finally Arrange^..',^ ^ ,
Following a conference yesterday
of the committee in, charge of arrange
ments for tho annual meeting It'.Was
announced that the' smoker would' be
held the : evening of. Monday, Jati uary
25, oho week from tomorrow night. It
is believed that' tho date will meet
with th? approval of alt concerned. -
The following program of the^ ipeeV
Ing and smoker, which will h:-g!n t\t.
8 o'clock, was : also}- announced M , '. I
Cratrman and . presiding '- o?IlcerA >
Hon. J. 1). Hammen, chairman ojUUd
executive committee.. '. i' ^^/'
Invocation?Rev. J. W. Spcako, pas
tor. St, John's Methodist chur?h.. V
Address-T-Mr^.w<:, J1. j, Craig) t traffie"
manager. A C L. Ry., Wllhimgtoo;SNV ;
C. -. .... '""Y-"'? ; "
Addrcssy-Mr :W. ^W. Long;' 8tatc ag*,
rlcullurat agent. ?temson ..College, z^
M. L. Honham. . - $
Election of three now directqra.V
Distribution of Annual Ueport...
Plank for ioig work. .
Preparation* .t9F*Hmptue*->::j, \
- Early ,thls. week Secretary Whajey
will send; out reply post cards to ell
rabcrs.of the chamber pf comm?res
containing tho announcement and
program ot the /annual meeting and
blanks for them to fill id , toting
whethor or, not they will attend :th?
function. 'y ..
Three directors whose terms of of
fice expire at.this meeting:are Me?-.
srC M^M. Msttison^ T. Fj^kiWatttA
and W, L. I?rissey. N mlnatlopa - <4b
elect directors to All theeo variances
Will be made.from tho. floor,1 but they
Will he elected by secret ballot. After
the selection Of these three dlrectora
they will meet .with the .six who hold
Over and elect an e*ecutivo.committee
of ..three, members. This executive
fARtee manages: tho .organisation
WIR elect a chairman *nd, a vice
rman. The chairma? of the esecu
comrolttee is charraan or t.te
board of directors and all membership '
meeting* .>-v\<vv;..-.-r. .
h ter of Financier, and
?w, Help French Soldiers
juns. J*OHN *JACO
either-woman, vslioyrs i\jtm in the I
moms of the Lafayette'.yjind, a crea
tion of New , York Society .women whol
have sympathy fot' th?, Fretjch sol-'
(liera. They are collecting clothing and
Other necessaries', for the men in the
meeting, will elect-a secretary and
treasurer of the chamber 0[ commerce.
Thb. secretary:; will later'appoint his.
assistant. Th? . agricultural demon
strator is appointed by the authorities
at'Clemsoh College-and ?| the. United
States department-of agriculture, usu
aiiy: upon the' recommendation of the
agricultural committee of 'the cham
ber of commerce. , . .-v.
. The executive commlttcc'has charge
of tho iappointment of all standing
committees, but the hoard of directors
fixes .tho number and tho character,
of the committees and outlines their
duties. ..'" . .
The. presidents of tho several rail
road l. lines operating into Anderson.
Governor Richard .1. Manning and |
commercial secretaries vjf neighbor
ing town's and cities will bo invited
to the annual meeting as the guests!
of-tho chamber Of commerce. ' .
SOUTH CAROLINA I8HB8T
This Stale Ras bnrg?stPercentage
\ Wheat Inrrcnso In In Ion.
ICLBMSON COLLBQE.- Jar
South Carolina leads all tho States
Of the nnton. in the percentage of In
crnr.ae in acreage oT -plater wheat
nVer last year, according to* statistics
cetrelvoit-'iil fIfniVop7 College from the
.Wheat acreage In 'South"Carolina wag
thr?e;- times 'as great -as;'that' of last
year.t'Whtcii Is tbjtoay^tba't the increase
amounts to ^Ob .per-ceht: J This is the
largest -perdeutage of Increase! In win
ter ".wheat >cr?4geJ8 the ehttre Unit
ed s'tittr.-t,- the;arojage 6f?ltjcre?sfc for
\he >V^tb.::e^untry^4belB:g^ohry- About
H '-par" cent.1. ' ^?;?.:>..^v?>; fai - >
GENERAL RGBl. E. LEE
WILL BE GENERALLY OB
SERVED HERE ON
DINNER TO VETS
Exercises Wi? Se Held at ?a?tt*
son College Tuesday
Commemorating the birth of tho
South's great idol and leader, Hubert
E. Lee, appropriate exercises will be
held In Anderson next Tuesday by
chapters of tho Daughters of the Con
federacy, by the students of the An
derson College and the pupils of the
public school*. So far as known at
prcseut, the bankB are the only Insti
tutions which will observe a holiday
ou this occasion.
... Dinner to Old Vets.
Alt veterans of the local camp and
all visit in? veterans aro cordially in
vited by IL E. Lee Chapter, U. p: Ci,
to. the dinner which will be given to
the, veterans' on- Tuesday afternoon at
12:30 o'clock. The dinner will be given
in. a vacant storeroom two doors above
the establishment of G. P. Tolly &
Son. Every year tho chapter glvcB
this dinner In honor of the old'veter
At Anderson College.
At ten o'clock Tuesday morning, tho
students and teachers of Anderson
College will assemble in tbo auditor
ium for tho purpose of honoring the
memory of Gcnoral H. E. Lee. The
programme will include songs by .the
College Gleo Club, solos by Dr. Kln
ard and Professor Faithful and a reci
tation by Miss Wakefield. It is boped
that many of tho citlzcna of-Anderson
will Join the College in this celebra
tion of the birthday \>f the South's
great and. beloved leader. A-special
invitation is-extended to the. vetorana
to ba present.
Camp Stephen D. Lee.
The following notice was given out
yesterday by officers of Canip Stepbon
D. Lee: . ..-.
Camp Stephen D. Leo, U. C. V. will
please assemble at the court house on
Tuesday, January 19, 1915,' the one
hundred and eighth anntversay of tho
birth ,of Gen. Hobt. E. Lee Dinner will
be served to tlie camp by the Robert
E. Leo chapter U. D. C. at 12:30
JOSEPH N. DROWN.
, ' Commander.
? Hanks-to ?lose. ?,..
It' was announced yesterday.that tho
banks of the city will be closed Tues
day oUt of respect to the memory of.
the great chieftain. ' (. *
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oo?oooooooo o o e o6
o IVA NOTES o
DO o oopoo oooooooo
f .!' '.i.>-:v7;.''. . '
:,,.:-;-.,:V. ' '-0- . :
' Tho Woman's Missionary Society of
tho First Baptist church met on Fri
day afternoon at tue home of Mrs.
P. D. Spoon. There was a splendid in
tendance and two very Interesting pa
pers were read by Mrs. T. H. Miller
and Mips C?>r!? Howell. The follow
ing officers were elected for the en
suing year: Mrs. W. A. Wller, presi
dent; Mrs. B. A. Watt, secretary and
Mrs.. H.. W. Wakefield, treasurer. A
most pleasant Social hour was enjoy
ed, after the business had been dis
posed of,. during which Mrs: .Spoon
soryod her, guests dg. delightful sweet,
course. < . . '
Pr? DA. Burr Isa and wife, return
ed yesterday from the. Salem section,
after a stay of several days, with tho
farmer's sister. Mrs.^D. M. ,Watson.
JMIss Eula Mab , Jtands spout n
short while this week witfc-.irfends
In Stark'}? i .. ...v. .j
I Miss Ether ; Bailey of Storcvillo-Is
the guost this week of Misses Vera
and Ruby Spoon. & , .f.?U;'.'
Quite a number of, iUv ypupg folks
met at the, hohie>x>f atlas Margaret
Wilson on Friday evening whore they
?pent a few hours, most pleasantiy in
plajatig various games.
Mr Bradley Lovcrclt of ,8tarr. was
a visitor bore this week for a short
white. : .. . ::
: Messrs Horalan Kay and ? Carl
Greer of Honea Path war* viators
here thei first of tho.?wosfc# S&T
rThe regular nitmtblKmeetltfg^tiia
mother, Mrs. Vj c. Sherard ?;
],Mr. Feaater Jones'dl
town a few.hours.Tht,