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The marriage ~o f1iss Thelma Lewi
and :Mr. Hansel lice Bivens was
beautiful event of AMonday afternoot
December 26, taking place at th
home of the bride's parents at Piel
mns, in the presence of a few friend
And the immediate family.
The roonms were artistically d(
:orated with ferns, roses and iv;
arrying out the color scheme t
reen and white. In the living root
vhere the marriage was sclemnize
)y Rev. Ii. A Knox, was an im pr<
ised alter of ferns with large vase
)t white roses and japonicas, caugh
vith tulle, anld tall pedestals hodinli
Just before the ceremeny .\liss M'il
ired Cox sang "I 1.ove You Truly
mll "At Dawning", acco1panied '
he pianlo by MIrs. F. \~nn Clayton
The bride and rooil (nteredi t
he strains of all ndIelss'hn's Weddinu
larch, beautifully rendered by Ni3r:
layton. Durinog the ceremony sot
lusit. mad(e the eeremllonly Very iml
'l'he bride was lovely in i dress o
bLrohtwn canton erepe with chenil
ti ii ngfiil I1112s and nteessories to ilatel
She carried a beautiful boquet u
bride's roses and lillics of the valley
The bride and rronl left after th
ct er'mny for Wash inguwton, ). C., an
o ther t)inUts o fL ill(4rtest, and Wi
::ei'nd Christmas week inl the land c
Ylht' britl(' is :t popular .11al it.trueI
iv' diauhtet r of Ir. amnd .Mrs. I
I.'4.i of I'itihens, anl ld has a host t
fijatil' who" wish her hpijrness.
.\l . Iivens. who is the ehlest st
.Mr. nd .\) is. T . .L..lBivens and
vu,:nng busine's., man-i Iof Pickens, h:
'.anIy\ fiielis . wi> will svelcnome hi
n 111 lii n ;dc iek t1 I'ickens vhie
t C wil makei their ho e.
GIl.\ \'i.E3 -\l c'OI.l.l'.\l
l:t-ried at t1. t re itiencte of t
brii'. irems, ih-st nh r 2.i, .\li
luth (rav-tvy 1. Mr. \\adec NleCollu
'a V. 11 I'jn -e' lluds.'n <.tlci:tth
Iiae Ir4ide is a daiui:2hte'r t' Ar. 8
.ll-,. . l. Gravelrtv 41 nea. Liht
a111! tene oft tihe w et Icharmlini; you l
hlie: if 1.hat .ection. The brit
Ii a ti 4on of .\l1. an i .\rs. F<
.\la''llum' of the ':Tabor section.
is t le' < t the boys who a nswered
caIl1 04 I' nele Sam and crossed
tocenitii and faced the (GermalnS s
nemruht. of the Fifth Division. (
.\larried at the resideince of
ii *4)illc tin im inister,i. C. R. At
terombie. .\ is L~auri(, IDerosse tt
.r. Ervitn .\teth11 t". y, b th 1f
liEI l-.leI 'N 4IN i
A11 pr~w~li ngrtn~.I Iof s'iunday .
4emer 5 .3, was th4 t o .liss ~ali
at hom er te bol ' tarents
aEn Is W.E ('. eih. Thethr
ndvdarercevn whonatul an
Lra.ii.e Gandl hsreu
whi-r (he -tleXte narrat
ne e Wllo o.liE liereca
Dieras e ddtewdi
an s Mnttre o. rtu
WENVILLE, ourig-lh s.e
indiiduas whse nmes
E. I). MILLER DEAD..
a Mr. E. D. Miller, who for the past
twenty years has lived in the Easley
ecommunity, died Friday following an
attack of Ineumonia. Although he
had been in declining health for the
past year, his death came as a great
shoek to all as he only lived two days
after developing pIeuiolia.
Mr. M iller was born near Old Pick
ens in Oconee County, March 27, is1.
le was a member of the Masonic O1
dtr, Bates Lodge Number 189. lie
is survive(d by his widow, who bfore
her marriage in 1863, was Miss AnnaI
Stone. and by the following sons:
lleniiy G. Miller and Lake M.liller of
lasley, William A1. Mliller of Benham,
Ky., Walter ). Miller of l'iekon .
Iomer l. Mliller, Ernest L. Mliller, J.
Grady liller all of Greenville. le
l is also Sulrvived by two daughters.
.both of Easley, Mrs. John logers and
" Miss Mnnit Miller, and by two sisters:
M is Elmma Knox of Eusley and Mls.
W. 11. Usary of Greenville and one
brother, the lion. Joel H. Miller, who.,
f for a nium'r of years was at member
e" of the State lHouse of Represenita
fMr. Miller was buried Sunday the
25th by the Mlasonic Order in the
f tamily burial ground at IEnon church
d thi ree miles from iEasley where he
I hats been a faithful member since he
f was baptized there as a lad in is
tteent . A host of friends exteil to
the family their deepest safmisathy
in this time s of Iereavem ent.
REV. l'. I'. Ill'DSON l'OUl'NED).
Dear : eni tinl: l I'tase give me
slat e to II x rtss 'y tiiatl;s to the
; h- lel~l of Bethel church for the
\ alualle j'ontdinig they Yate 11
Saturdby. l et cember 24. Vh ile the
li'ars:n was busy Saturday morning
line pmingl! for' Sunday Ia helavily' Ioad
el a in tame rowlling into his hackyard
al i thle I r.1iver asked per 4 m isl to;
unl< al. Of course iermission was
mi r1mi at etlL' an111(1 tlien began inl-I
tomin Of the tl andt loaulint of the
:111 m~ ntr y. Sacks of sugar, thou r. corn,
.t y cult it si5aulsat, hamts, thickens and
li mlany tther gtiod things It, tat, even
take's :and pies were in theI( load. Of
tI'd IOU use this matte ' hristmas 1 more
lie joy.ls. n,t only to tile parson and
h, his family, but to those who took
lie part in it, for the Lord 1o vea a cheer
a ful g iver. lilessed is the thurech that
il- rmen'hletrs: its preacher. May the
L.ord's blessing rest upon each of
thIs who contributed.
1). 1'ierce Hudson.
liev. 1'. T'. '..x of I'itkens will
T h lueil ti ionfer
enlet n\ ill het hldt at t Centtral net
Id .\renayh rn at 10 n(fnm ' ciloc.ur'ah
ry tolts a rteunted to .tke 1 nt
ii .\ l ay aftternoonI at : t'lck at the
' tchurib. Thety wVill obstrve thea week
if praiyer proi~grmal Wednesday.
nigat :: .X'clc, att thet chaurn.
ofj t his weetk's liaper are~ cairri:'. over
first, lie is yo ur neighbor ant
- ity, where the business men
>peartl in this dir'ectory are know
If you wisha to know somiething of
vice, ask any of our owners. All a
LETTER FROM1 GRF1iEWOOD BOY
TO FRIENDS OF PICKENS.
Editor Piekens Sentinel: Please
Fillow me spaeq'( in your paper for my
letter to my friends of Pickens and
vicinity informiny them of the great
dlay that was held in Greenwood Fri
:lay, December ti, 1921. The city was
visited by abcut fifteen thousand
people and it seemed that they con
joyed themselves greatly and were
rager to see the train arrive on which
the Marshal camoe. The crowd gath
.red at the Seaboard station awaiting
he ait rival (I the Marshal's train
aid as the train nearer" the station
Lhe people began to stand on their
tip toes ud stretch up as each of
them wanted to be the fit st to see
the great "Marshal. As the train
,topped tital the Marshal and hisi party
litered their cars which Were await
ing them at the static"n and began
mo viet slewly toward the square
where they iladie their spe('ches you
could hear no one asking wnich one
is Ma ial 1'eh. They ali kInew.him
as if they had seen him beforp. The
lairge crowd gave good order, seemed
gad to have Marshal Foch visit
Greenweed, not a single arrest was
made nor' an accident happened among
the fifteen thotisaiId which were pre
That day would have been enjoyed
by the entirtt State if there could
have beet evel ybody in South C'(aro
ina lhere. I watched the special
trin:si frem the upper imart of the
State i' r Som1e one from P"ickens 5, but
sa'w no, (.ne that I knew. You peo
ple in Pickens county that were not
hi'e last Fiday ue(1 ought to have
t. )me for you may never have the op
pit tunity of seeing the great French
Marshal again, uul also the highest
(.ffice'rs I f South ('arolina which a
nun.;r o us have never .een. It
would h (. paid you to comie, youl
e(u111d see the larshal and other
're:nch < ieer's and your State lead
eris also. The city was nicvly de
('rateil . ith ihfla:s anad the lights were
lurnihg ais if it was night, and the
city was fixed nicely for the visitor
frto'i ' i liee attd a visitor that reen
wou11d may neveir have again. To Sen
himin was pleasant and happiness tt
a great. number of people. But t
see his train leaving was sorrow t.
thema, because they were so glad t<
hav( him visit them and not knowing
hetlier or not4 they would ever set
hit again. But he will be long re
meniberid in South Carolina am
(reeniwood. Not only in South Caro
Mina but the United States that wil
enlarge the history of Greenwood am
South (C'arolina with an enlargeen'i
that. has nevers been in the histort
before, anad it miaakes the peolple o
Souh arolinia glad tohave thatno
attIachmenut to thebir* hii story. Foe I
(lay. Dec'. P. Forbt~ lolt sad ness ir
Greenwoo~V aad as he( boarideod his tea ii
todpr fromii the South Caro'(lim1
t~lizensa w i h he was w e'lco mied by
BtForSh is~ andI will bo reomiemberet
iln Greenwood as5 lang as its hiistor,
lasts. To my Pic kens fr'iendts fromn
Greenwvood, S. ('
MING INC (ONVFINTION
The llurican le To wni shi p Sin!gi ni
convuenit ion will meet withI Mounitaii
V*iewv chutrch the fit'st Sounlay a fter
noonall ini .Jau 'a at 2 II'clock.
I helping you to b)uil uip you
u-e alwayS gladI t () See you anl
n by The Sentinel to be relial
rs In Greenville
N & GUlERRY
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