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PlCkCENS-THE GEM THE OFFICIA
OF THE FOOTHILLSPICKENS
A NEWSPAPER WITH A CONSCIENCE --
VOLUME 51-NUMBER 28 PICKENS, S. C., NOVEMBEAR 3, 1921 S$
The annual meeting of the Pic'
ens Baptist assbeiation held with S
cona church October 26-27 is said
have been the best held by that bo<
in many years. The reports and di
cussions were till good and upliftiri
and the affairs of the association ai
in better shape than before the meel
Rev. F. T. Cox preached the intr<
ductory sermon, after which routin
business was taken up, such as rt
ports and discussion of missions, oi
phanage, education, both commo:
school and denominational, the 7
million campaign in its 'ifferen
The second day was taken up witl
work more closely confined to the as
sociation, such as reports of com
mittees, revision of the constitutioi
so as to include woman's work an
allow women the same privileges a
men in the association, digest o
church letters. At this session th
question of law enforcement came u
and was vigorously and most inter
estingly discussed and by a risin
Vote the congregation almost unani
mously said they would personall:
take a greater interest in law en
forcement and do what they could d,
see that it was rigidly enforced.
The next meeting will be held wit]
Oolenoy on the fourth Sunday in Sep
tember, 1922, and Friday and Sat
Officers of the association are
Moderator, W. E. Findley; clerk, E
F. Freeman; executive committee, C
E.. Robinson, A. A. Moon, F. T. Coi
A. P. Hammond, R. T. Hallum; steer
ing committee, R. T. Hallum, W. H
Stewart, J. R. Connelly.
HAP1TIST DAY NOVEMBER 13
At the meeting of the Pickens Bay
tist association at Secona last 'wee
it was (ecided to observe Sunda
November 13, as Baptist Rally Da
throughoit the association. A steel
ing committee was appointed to pr<
vide services in all the churches i
11 o'clock at which time the membe
spip of each church will meet for fe
lowship of praise and prayer an,
gratitude to God for his blessing
Upon the denom i nation and it
The (lay will culminate in an as
sociation-wide rally meeting to be hel
at the Pickens Baptist church at 3:3
p. i., which will be addressed by Re%
S. P. Hair, pastor of the First Bap
tist church of Fountain Inn, on som
phase of stewardship. It is expecte
that there will be a number of ret
resentatives from each church of th
association and from churche
throughout the county to attend thi
meeting. Four or five hundred pCI
ple atre expeted.
Rev. Mr. Hair has been very muel
.in dlemand at associational meeting
of this kind throughout the state thi
fall and has a strong message t
bring to the people of Pickens'a
sociation. Do not fail to hear hin
BAPT1ISTi CHURCHI NOTES
Sunday, November 1:3, will be ol
served as State-wide Baptist Day b
the Baptists of South Carolina an
there wvill be an e~xchanget of pulpit
all over the state. Rev. S;. P. H ail
pastor of the First Baptist of l'our
tain inne will occupiy the pulpit of th1
Pickens Baptist church that day, an
he has been invitedl to address~5i th
Baptists of the Pickens associationi
a big rally meeting to be held in ii
local Baptist church in the afterno<
at 3:30 o'clock. Mr. Hair wvill r
main in lickens a fewv (lays andl col
duct a serIies of meetings wvith ti
-Baptist church here.
Sunday School Souperintend(enit
SouthI Ca rolina, is expewctedl to be
P'ickens November pi-11 to c:ondluct
Sunday School Institte at the Ba
List church. The meceting wvill beg
WVednesday, night, Novembher p), ni
continue through Friday. All Su
dlay sce ool teachers and wvorke1
through ut the Plekens associati<
are urgedl to .attendl. 'Thse meetini
will be helpful to all christiansi ar
an invitation Is extendled to ever;
body to attend.
CENTRAL NEWS ITMiS
Mrs. Hughston Dead-Local and Per.
Rev. W. D. Correll is forging atca
e- with his house and it will soon be
to- completed. Messrs J. C. Meredith
lyl and Adger Mauldin are doing the car
- penter work.
Work on the Methodist church is
eI going on now and it is hoped that it
will soon be ready to worship in.
One of Cato Sherman's boys (col.)
Sonny Boy was killed in Toccoa, Ga.,
e last Sunday. lie was cut to death
with a knife.
Mr. D. A. Collins of Greenville was
in Central last week on business.
W. C. Dobson went to Anderson
t last week on a shopping trip.
Frank Brown has gone back to
Charleston to work. His family left
- last week.
Mrs. Bettie Ramseur left for Wash
ington last Sunday where she goes
to be with her son, Walter, who is
Secretary to Congressman Dominick,
We are sorry to see Mrs. Ramseur
Mrs. B. E. Allen is in Florence
visiting her sister Mrs. Mary Dudtley.
Little B. E. Allen Jr., is missed very
much as he has not been seen at the
gate lately, where he usually stands
ind greets the passers by.
T.A. Robinson was called to Bir
mingham last week on account of
the illness of his son. On his return
he reports his son much better.
Mrs. F. B. Morgan has been on the
sick list to the regret of her many
Mrs. K. W. Allen, of Anderson
mother of Mr. B. E. Allen, is spend
ing sole time with him here whil(
his wife is away.
R. G. Gaines adds a beautiful porel
to his home here.
Central high school has organizet
a literary soc.iety and has renderet
one excellent program. This is on,
k of the things that Central high schoe
has needed for some time. It help
the students put into. practice wha
Mrs. G. F. Hughston,. wife of Di
t Hughston died in Chick Springs hos
pital last Thursday of typhoid fever
She leaves four children, a husban(
one brother, and her father and moth.
er to mourn her loss. Dr. and Mrs.
H ughston came to Central last spring
from Mcores and while here have
made many friends. Mrs. HughstonlF
original home was in West Virginik
and she was not buried until Sunday
on account of waiting for her )arent6
and brother to get here from. West
0 Virginia. She was buried at Beth.
I lehem church near Roebuck in Spar
- tanburg county. She was Miss Mary
e McCauley before marriage to Dr.
Central high school basket ball
-t am had an intei-esting game last
week with Six Mile on Centr-al's
Sgr-ound, which resulted 42 to 6 in fav.
or of Central. Central has a good
s team again this year- as follows:
P'aImer', Clayton, Goodwin, Carson,
-Sims, Tlarrant, Bill and Joe Gaines
P'ostmaster- C. C. Rowland is book.
ed for- a speech at Cedar Rock schboo
house this week at the mail carriers
S. V. (atrson has moved into his
new bungalo which replac-es his houst
y' which was bur tned( some time ago.
d C. G. Mullinix has bought the .Johr
5s Neal place and tiract of .land and wil
', move to it in a few clays.
-If you watnt to sub1scribe for The
ei Sentinel here, see E. L. Ilenderson
c' COTTON GINNED) IN P'ICKENS
'lThere were 12,814 bal(es of cottot
tginn ted in Pickenis county up to Oe
toherg 18 this seasoti, as cmae
with :,88 Ibalehs ghmned to the sam<
daute hr st season. - It is estimater
that threce-Couths of1 t he cotton ii
t he 'onty haus beent gin nen.
1,11IT Y~r M AN IE AlD
Mr.. Furbeir N . Mauld4 ~in, for a nom ii
her of yecars ai residen'tt of iLiet y
died r'cenit ly of' pneumoniia, thougl
he had been ill fori many weeks befot
-Mr. Mauldin was a man of kindl3
dispositionan gones fhar
and her ishardly a long-time r-esi
>n dent of Liberty but wiill miss him
("; He is survived by his aged mother
id Mtrs. Elizabeth Mauldin, and( by hi:
-sister, Mrs. Alie M. Gallowa~y
IJnterment was In Liberty cemetery
(The Sentinel Editor likes this one 1
Let me sleep among the shadows 4
In the murmur of the .pines and
Where the long day loiters by
Like a cloud across the sky
And the moon-drenched night is
Lay me down within a canyon of t
In a valley filled with dim and i
Where the'flashing rivers play
Out across the goldei day
And a noise of many waters brii
Let me die where glinting rivers i
Under bending alders, garrulous
Where they gather in the shade
To the dazzling, sheer cascade,
Where they plunge and 'sleep )v
All the wisdom, All the beauty, I i
Came upon me by the rote of hi
I have seen God walking there
In the solemn, soundless lair
When the morning wakened won<
I am what the mountains made me
01' the dawnlight and the moon
Mighty mothers far away,
Ye who washed my soul in spray,
I am coming, mother mountains,
A marriage which was somewhat 01
a suprise to many friends of the con
tracting parties was that of Mi
Earle E. Morris and Miss Bernic
Carey which occurred in Greenvill(
last Wednesday at high noon, Rev
Mr. Hahn, pastor of the First Baptisi
church of Greenville, performing th<
beautiful ring ceremony at the par
sonage. Immediately after the cere.
mnony the happy cou)le left for a
bridal trip to different points ii
Western North Carolina.
The bride is the youngest daughte
of Mr and Mrs. J. P. Carey, Sr., o
Pi kens, and is a most attractiv
young lady. The bridegroom is th
ungest son of Mr. and Mrs. A. .%
Morris, of Pickens, it sl)lendid youni
t man of bright promlise and is a!
sociated with his father in the ie,
The Sentinel joins with hosts o
other friends in extending conQgratu
lations and best wishes.
A inarriage that came as quite I
surprise to the family and friends o:
the groom here was that of Wilki
Meares and Miss Ethel Holt of Wash
ington, ). C., the ceremony was per
formed by Dr. John E. Bridges for
merly of Raleigh but now of the 5t0
Baptist. Washington, D. C. The bridE
is a chatrming young woman an<
holds a resl)onsible position in Wash
The groom is the oldest son of Mr
and Mrs. J1. B. Meares and has many
friends in his home town.
T Ihe above item is taken from thi
Forest City, N. C., Courier and wvil
roveL of intei'est to many relative!
of the bridegroom in Pickens county
Mr. .John B. Meares is a native o1
Pickens county, being a son of' Mr'
Wyatt Meares, who nowv liv'es neai
Senecat. He has4 been living in, P~or'
(est City many years and is prosper'
ing in his adopted home.
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I OF THE HILLS |
iyOdell Shepard. Maybe you will like it
ufthe mountains when I die,
rusical with dreams.
he mountains, far away,
ns the night.
amble down the slamd glade,
ithin the pebbled pool.
ave lived for unwatre
le: in the hills.
of their green and ol( and gray,
light and the foam,
Mr. Carl Osborne and Miss Nelli
Freemanl were married at. the resi
dence of the bride's parents, Mr. an~
Mrs. Will B. Freeman on Coffe
street in Greenville, last Wednesda
at noon. Rev. J. C. Diggs of Picken
performed the impressive ceremon
in the presence of the immediate
family and a few friends. Inimedi
ately after the ceremony Mr. an
Mrs. Osborne left on a bridal trip it
lower South Carolina.
I'The bride is a native of Pickeem
r and a most attractive young lad:, o
f fine christian character. The bride
e groom is an engineer for the. J. B
e McCi'ary Construction Co. and ha
I been in Pickens several months i
g connection with installing the wat<
works system here. lie is rnativ
J (f Cleveland county, North C:u olin
and a graduate of the N. C. stoi
f college. In the time lie has been ii
Pickens he has made many frieia
and his bride having spent most (
her life here has hosts of friend
,throughout the county, all of whon
offer congratulations and best wishes
Mr. Worie MeJunk in and Miss
Pearl Porter were married at Dacus
ville by G. W. Bowen, N. P., Octobe
9. The bride is a daughter of Mr
and Mrs. W. R. Massingale and th
groom is a son of Mr. Daniel Me
Junkin. Many friends extend con
Sherifi' Roark went to Greenvill
Tuesdaytad brought hack S. .J
Younc an Luther Rietoyu
white men woaecagdwt
criminal assault, onl tw Grevl
girls last Saturday ntight. They ar'
in the Pickens jiail for satfekeepting
Messrs. Tucker Cant retl and~ Bud
Bates have returnedl from Tennessee
where they bought a lot of' mules.
Years for $2.50
ie1ttubscriptions it catn hiandle at t wo)
tr readers *1 for' the hea rt~y responsea they
r' isedt, that spec(ial offer ex pired or
wember(.) 7 to 12 w"ill he ob served thrufl
T~own Paper Week.'' we will mnake.
t week and mnake it easMy for th lpeoI''
i. will acept two-year subscrpti onts
mnliol t end the paper fotr leSs t han tw
r timoe. This (offer' wili e!xpire~ Noovoem
1(d ontly prIi('e of the paperoo will be $1 .5
'w subsribers alike.
ill be put back on a cash- in-adIvance(
s will be. taken off the list.
Paper' Week" a big success for Th<
already paid in advance get a neigh
e it. and he wiltoon befr. his sub.
SIX MILE NEWS
A Marriage-Other Interesting Loca
and Personal Items
Rev. Mr. Drake, the nitvly elected
dean of the Six Mile Babtist Acade,
my, and his family have recently
moved here to take charge of hi
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Brown hav
moved here from North Carolina. Ai
Brown is manager of the Six BiM
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Evans an
daughter, Miss Lois, spent last wee
in Ncrth Carolina visiting relative
and hunting chestnuts.
Mr'. Tom Dillard of Virginia visite
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Dif
lard, last week.
An interesting meeting of t.h
Twelve Mile River S. S. conventioj
was held at Six Mile last Satuvda:
an(] Sunday. A number of represen
atives from other churches wer(
present, also Mi. Corzine and Mis
Nuckols, two of the state workers
were here and made very interestin
Mr.. Roy McCall has returned froi
Penrose, N. C., where he has bee1
working during vacation.
Rev. Furman Moore preached a
very interesting sermon at the churel
Saturday night. On account of ba<
weather there was not a large cvrow
.Mr. Austin Dillard has recentl:
purchased it Buick car.
A marriage- of much iiterest I
the many relatives and friends of th
contitracting parties wits that of Al1
Oscar Mann ndl Miss Sallie Dul
worth which oceure'd last Sunday.
Mr. Garcie I.ee has been on an ex
Iede visit. to his parents, Mr. 111
Mrs. J. J. Lee.
Mr. t. P. 'rince and daughte
Floride spent last. week with M
Daniel Winchester and other relativ
in the Little Eastatoe section.
r A la rge delagation fromli this coi
multnity% attended the Unlionl mleeti1
it Mounttain View church. Satturd'
Miss McleDaniel spent Saturday
The teachel's an11d dorm itotry stI
dents went to Table Rock last Tlhtr
dity. The tip wits made iii truec,
and it fine trip was reported.
CHil Il).D -If EN 1)I1t ICKS
Otn the afternoon of October 2) it
1I o'clock Mr. Ivy Iendricks andl Mis
Pearl Childs were happily marrie
tit the hom1e of the bride's parent:
Rtev. W. D). llamm111ett per-formIling thl
beiuitiful ceremony in the presenei
of' it litrge number (i relaitives an.
Tlhe bride wits miost btcomtinly~l at
tedl ill at beatiifuldtress of ci'tepe dI
.hine'. Slhe is a dauitghter' of Mr'. .14oh:
Clhilds of neiar P'ickens. Mrm. II'i
dricks is it son of Mr. anti Mr's. WV. lI.
II endricks of the Gri ffini st'*etn an
it spletnditi yountg fa rmit'r of Ibrmiglh
TIhe homie wits tastefully taccurate t
int green antd white. and afte'r tht
:eremonty the haippy 'oupile' andt al
guests wt'te ushtere'd itIo ft' diin i
romwheret it sumptuouts wetditi
the home( tof his paren'its where antothI
Ma iny haundsonme prtsets Swere( rt
reived't atnd hosts ofC ftienids fthrough
ot the t'outytt are tet 'Xtnd intg t'4ongrat
The fietnds of Mr is. 11. E. Ainlet
Octoert 23 by t.ather'ing at heri hemi
andit remembingt' mj her intth many way.
I':ightfy -seven fr'iend s andtii reatIi v
g.ranehtildr'en. A\ diunter nome
table twent-y fteet long was loade'
dowvn with good thinogs to eatt whie~
had b'eit prmepared hy the ladies prtet
ent. T'het vertdict of all pr'esenit wi
that it was am tmost envjoyatble occasi
and the wish of all was that Mr
Ander'soti lhe Sparedt' to enjoy mali
more like occasions.
SHORT ITEMS OF
L. 0. Smith and daughter Thelma
of Central route 2 were In town Sat
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Gresham of
Atlanta motored to Pickens and spent
Friday with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs .M. F. Hester.
Miss Crane, secretary of the Green
ville district 1pworth league, spoke
in the Grace M. E. Church Sunday
evening at 6:30 o'c.lock.
Our good friend Mr. Irvin Miller
reports that eleven new Collie pups
came to his house one night last
week and lie says Mother Collie broke
th record this time. She usual'y
b! ;ngs ten.
Rev. J. C. Diggs is attending the
annal conference of the U pper South
Carolina Mlethodists inl Lancaster this
week. Pickens people gare trusting
that Mr. Diggs Will be t:eturned here
by the' contfer'eie.
W. C. Btrissey of' EAsey route I
subscribed for- The Senti:nel "on trialIV
a few months ago. Sattutday lie came
to the Sentinel office to renew and
said he didn't set' how, 1y could get
along without the coutity paper.
Mtrs. Irvin Alillet' is with her idat
ghte.r', lris. 'Tuman Roger's, itn West
Union this week, assistillg tutrsing
ont of Mt's. Rogers' childlen that is
sick. Later:-Mrs. Miller has re
turned and reports the child out of
dan11tger. It had pie'Umonlia.
Mr.. I.. (. (ilstrap, a good frienud
of The Sent inel antd a good farmer
e of L.iberty Route :1, was at the county
seat ii business one day hst week.
.. O) the 1antd he had planted itn cotton
tg (his year All. Gilstuinp ''de about a
y hle to Ihe aicre and114 sa.\.. li has beent
so busy he hasn't had timlte to come
a to towttn much.
I- Nilr. and Mrls. F. \'. Clay.ton enl
tertained tte, bridge club lallowe'en
iht inl honlor of Mr. and Alts. Cal
Osborne and Ar and Alrs. IEarl Mol..
ris. The house Was bewitchingly de
curated in Hiallowe'enl fashion, the
gorgeous colors, spooks and witIces
pt'oducing at pha ntasniagorialI effect
itid adling mtuclh to and eventing of
A J Boggs Jr., tells us he saw in
some paper that Chicago had the lar
gtest gas plait in the world, and tha
anotlier paper remarks that the firs
paper)' i overilooked the fact than con
grtess was ini session in Washington.
- A. J1. wishes to say that since Caro
litta beat Clemson playing football
)ittansell Biv'ens lputs Pit'kents itn poss
- esiont if the largest gas plait.
I Antnouncementi~it is macit to Pick
cets mutsie' lovers' t hat. Martie M orrti.
e'y, the4 emtinen'tt 'otraltto and( ote of
Ithe mtost beautifulI women oni the conl
e'ertt staige, will give a c'otnc'ert in the
IA lexandler theatre'c on Novemiber 16.
Assisting M iss Morraisey wtill be Har'
old I ymnan, fIltist, andt( Walter' Chap
trlman, piantist. lIn the coming recital
Mliss Mlor'risc'y will Sing in compari
- son with It he N('w ildis., to enable
.those in thle audt(ience to .iudtg'e whieth
- er or tiot Ithe liv intg voic'e cant~ be madhe
- toi live fore'(ver . A su pertb programn
- hats been'i ar'rantgedl and more comnpheto
r annonneemte'tt~ int will be'fl~ mde' int next
wvas bhh in thec Grc t'i't M. .J0. church
cae'e t c'lose latst W'dntesdlay night
11ft(r coat tiitng Ien day's. Matny
Ft unrg conivertS prfiehssed theui r faith
'in r hist anid thle 'Id chtur'c'h membhers.
were gr'eatly tev ived. The people
hc't" wecr aven ly pleased with the
prteac'hig if MrI. Mlilecy and the sing
intg of' Mr . Ilooker't. As a result of
~tht' mteiting thirtteen new members
hilatve bteen receOivedl into thet Metho
h diisi t hurch, six into the Baptist
i'httrieh andic five ito the Priesbyter'iant
t'chtreh. Others hav'e given notice of
n thir Intention to .join a church acnd
-imany pt'ofessions of faith wer'e made.
y~ Nit doubt the town of Pickens will
eel the go~od effeet of this meeting