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THE DANCING CONTROVERSY A'l
"Grandmothers, put in your appli
cation' in time, to 1111 the vacancies
left by the 'frivolous and frolicsome
teachers'," reads the concluding state
ment in a communication which a
number of teachers at the Liberty
j.ublic school issued, to throw some
light on their attitude toward the
iesolutions of the school board at
L.iberty that they shall not partici
pate in any more (lances.
The teachers, in reply, said the reso
lutions were wholly unnecessary, that
c:Ay a regnest would have been neces
;y, consider'g the co-operating
exps~ ~~' oftntr.Tey said4 it would
Fe im po1] . i l e for the .iherty teachers l
t;(1 h( ' O I onuiV ', as there. are no 1'e
:eatonal c~ente'rs .t 1,.enyV. They
n1(end( that whotlesl':omel tamus-emlenlt
s neccsslry iml a1 well-rouided life,
al assert that if they bcvome dull,
it will he !ack of play, rat her than the
'The teachers also wish t; clarify
"es strOrie that were dev!opel by
the situn' :i a i.;b)ty.
"As the ia te' now sia ids, o''u'
da nce in w hi - iii of the teacloher
;ock part was givcn in the quiet little
club hall hefo're the Christ.mas holi
days," say. a statement by the teach -
iS. "Prl'evious to this, there were
reiveral fracltices which four or five
couples attended. slothers and broth
.rs of several of the dancers were the
'lh! reply to the Greenville News,
tiey said: "Quoting fromii the Green
v ille News: "The dances which were
said to have continued into the late
hours - or the early hours,' we heg
to ment i( ion he fact, that as the case
waI s I ported (, it was 'which was said'
ialihr than whiclh was titie. We
(eaclwri lw o (f but le instance
w hen t i' ath nn cont inued to a t tason.
hi I' hat ou irl."
Ct tiuiny with their exlanation,
t!' t; ber, sa1: , id): '' l it :Im ' a,<o nt'
111 \m Ah t 1 .loin-nal w\. ro~i ,,
1' ': t +t e r, s ft li ite s--- i ni
c- +:ihinej." It re tuir s,' a ' ry: vivid
'e.i n ation to t stmt m11 a li tt
<al.i htx l w ith 1ace ae t. m' a
t' ;tom ino-' :! Irma', fat'' ir l'y ha lre. ,
w"l: I lf 1 "- It ,his :11d ('very\t !intL
"el' n ich to ct ; tie Ihe statmt
tIhat fth1'e t 'lw irs formdi' the w'ite -
ite: at hlnI rp'i :tiv I, w
V.)' 11'' I h Iei . litl h' 1 21 1'! e ..
Th1 t t eacher o the 'e
tit tiltof (tti : ill . "on Tnd I.t ay.
lie!otn, .1:1nna:ry 1. t hey .M at,. '', ." i
L. N. I'n' ,a1e1 a f atc lt ). et io 't
w 'li h re '. l t i- wer) r( ' i t 1; r.,
tach r n e 'e ply a not h(-- y ar'11.
T'h. re( nd l't wer wholy, t ' un e.4
a Vy. (' tndd(rinte tht c -ophrs :tin
~et rlc tof t her t, itoly and reliest
"Asthe Thae oe er a
your' W needs BhaY wINlGR
youen isant.ssr Fins anwdll
Nh qearlyn F l or Y ars n phy
A'Sare o e iYour atro.
Mae bytie WisC intformer t th
Opposite home mercha
',MRS. t. H. HENDERSON ENTER.
On -Marshall avenue, January 2nd, .
Mrs. Henderson, in her beautiful home
entertained about forty old ladies for.
. her mother, Mrs. Mack Farmer, of
Easley. We will not hesitate a mo
ment in saying it was one of the
most beautiful parties of the Yuletide
season. Sure enough we were all old
ladies; but you never saw such a
han(some set of old ladies. We were
all dressed in our very best and did
our level best. While we pushed old
Father Time back fifty years and
made ourselves believe we were again
the belles of 1870. We had all this
to do to keep pace with Mrs. Mack
l"arner. She was the lassie of the
party. From January 2nd, 1859, to
January 2nd, 1922, Mrs. Farmer was
growing up to and living through a
lovely w: manhood: and don't forget
it, the t.; years were well spent, for
today she is a good speciman of a
sweet old mother in Israel, and no
wend( r her daughter delights in
showing her olt to her many friends.
SIe is proud of her and well she may
be, and we are all proud to know her
--so happy to have a chance to be
with her when she comes to Ander
son. With some of us we couldn't
think of a party and maybe meet with
strange faces. )eath has made our t
hearts ache till we want to hide away r
and keep our sorrow all our own; C
but this is not the feeling you have I
when you place your hand in that I
of dear old Mother Farmer. You I
want to lay your ad on her shoulder <
and listen to he' words of comfort
that seems every word a prayer, for
she, too, knows how to weep and her -
heart always aches with those who
sorrow. Yes, we are glad we had the
pleasure of this party; but sorry as
we can he that we can't do justice
in describing it; but sure as you live,
it was good to be there.
The refreshments were tip top-the
very best, our1 city Could give, and
just heaps atol heaps of it, and would
vou Ialove it. \irs. liendersoni had
about. ' dozen (f the very prettiest
girls in town to wait upon us. They
:nor 1.> us nd played for us, and
'l' +.:s cat till we werd helpless,
whil1 all this time a piano and two
'violins were doing their best, and
' ( c'y way our eyes turned( we behold
rat bowers of rich flowers; and
:ist., but not. least., was a great big
nl.e mtotulnted with 63 candles, all
Al, y 'u mliss.ed this. and worlds of
th.e good tings:, by not being an
*'ld [M :d a lucky one to get an
invitat ion to Mrs. lender.:n' party.
whr t." 11 thimother 'sat a qoeetn on1
t rn'. One Who 'as h'lere.
t h' nt $16.00 Dict ionary fo:r your
N .dicO of Final SettIlementt an'd Dis
Notivo is hereby given that I will
r k * applien t in t o N. . C'hrist opheri
.1.. Jur~ of P'robat for Pii ickens
''ndy, ini the St ate of' South Carolina,
on t he 8t h day of .Jainuary 1 922, at
:1 'eek, in the for'ion,. 01 as soon
reaf't saidl ajpolieation cant be
ardI, for leavye to make final settle
ptof the Personal'e estate of J1. M.
tmnt dleceased, and obtain (dis
charge as adintistrator of said estate.
nt is entitled to your trade fir
EENVILLE, our big sister cit
ldividuals whose names appea
~iness In GREENVILLE
La dies and Children's
age Will Be Appreciated
~AL Goot cgR.
ud of General Motors.
a A~otor Go,
Greenvilli, S. C
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
Office of County Supt. of Education
of Pickens County.
Whereas 'a petition from the free.
holders and electors of Six Mile School
District No. 27, has been filed with
the County Board of Education of
Pickens county, asking said board per.
mission to hold an election in said
school district to determine-whether or
not four mills extra levy shall be
levied in said school district for school
It appearing to the' County Board
of Education that the petition meets
the requirements of the law, there
fore, it is ordered that the trustees
of the above named school district
:lo hold an election January 28, 1922,
it the school house for the above
stated purpose. The trustees are to
)e managers and shall conduct the
3lection as all general elections are
onducted, and in accordance with Sec
;ion 1208 of the school law. The polls
,vill be open from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
By order of the County Board of
education for Pickens county,
Sec. and Chairman.
'OTICE TO DEBTORS AND CRED
All persons holding claims against
he estate of the late J. H. Durham
nust present the same, duly proven,
n or before the 10th day of Februarys
922 or be debarred payment; and all
)ersons indebted to said estate must
nake payment on or before the above
late to J. W. M. Durham.
J. W. M. Durham,
COTICE TO DEBTORS AND CRED.
All persons holding claims against
.he estate of the late Mary J. Barr
Must present the same, duly proven,
Im or before the 4th day of February,
922, er be debarred payment; and
LdI persons indebted to said estate
mist make payment on or before
late to L. J. Johnston.
B. J. .Johnston.
NOTICE OF FIN.L SETTLEM ENT
Notice is hereby given that I will
make application to N. A. Christopher
Esq.. Judge of Probate for Pickens
county. in the State of South Carolina
on the ith day of February 1922, at
I I o'clock in the forienoon, or its soon
threafter as said application can be
heard. for leave to make final, settle
nictit of the Personal estate of Susan
Watkins. dc(eased, aul obtain dis
charge as adlmin istrator of said estate.
E. D). Watkins,
Notice of Final Settlemet. and Dis
Notice is hereby given that we wilI
make applicat ion t'o N. A. Christopher
s~q., Judge of Probate for Pickens
-ounty, in t he State of South Carolina,
mo the 2e0th day of .Ja nuary 1922, at
II o'clock, ini the forenoon, or as soon
hereafteir as said application can be
ceard, for leave to make final settle
nient of the Personal estatei of A. WV.
?ravley deceased, and obtain dis
.harge as Executors of said estate.
J. T. McKinney
C. M. Grav'ley.
St. He is your neighbor an<
~, where the business men
r in this directory are know
- .- . .CLYCONE TR.
CITY 0? (
If you wish to know something of
vice, ask anfy of our owriers. All
;.TRESPASS N OE
W , the undersigned, hereby war
ll' preons not to hunt. bhds on ou
land, under the penalty of the law.
- T. B. Robinson
- J. M. Brazpale
P. M. Brazeale
O. C. Crenshaw
J. L. Nunter
J. A. H. Townes
S. L.* Shimons
J. T. Massingill
W. M. Martin
J. B. Brazeale
W. P. Long
Tax return blanks for 1922 may b<
found at the following places:
Central-Farmers Bank; Contra
Bank, Isaqucena Mill.
Central R 4-W. S. Gantt, J. L
Calhoun R 1-T. S. Ramsay.
Cateechee-L. L Leopard.
Norris-D. C. Garrett.
Clemson College-P. S. McCollum
Liberty-Liberty Bank, . Farmers
and Merchants Bank, W. B. Glenn,
Easley Mill No. 2 office..
Liberty R 1-M. Joe Boggs.
Easley-Ea'ley Mill No. 1 office,
Commercial Bank, Easley Loan and
Trust Co., Magistrate Jameson, Alice
Mill office, Glenwood Mill office.
Easley R. F. -D.-L. L. Smith, J.
Dacusville--N. B. Williams, G. W.
Marrietta R 2-L. S. Edens.
Pickens R 2-D. E. Garrett.
Pickens R 3-J. B. Chastain.
Pickens R 4-S. B. Edens, A. C.
Nimmons-E. C. Bowie.
Eastatoe-W. R. McKinney.
Six Mile-"J. L. Dillard.
HENRY A. TOWNES, Auditor.
Million Packets Of
Flower Seeds Free
We holiove In flowers armud tile
home of the South. n1owere b hkt i
up the hone surriuadtage and give
pleasure and eatiefaotion o ttoee whc
We have filled more than a million
packets of erde, of beautiful yal
' waiy grown flowers to be given tc
our Oistomers this sprw.
rouldn't yon like to have five
paekete of beautiful flowers freei
QU CAN GEAT TEM! ast.tngs
198t catalog is a I100pa e headeomey1
iluetre.>d 4 ase d book tiTI from ooret
to eovr of t.retbrhn desertpena and
illustraticamr of regotahlee, Gentws ant
farm (rope. - It Is full of htwpf-il gar
den. flower and~ farm information that
Is needed in eriy &muthErn home
andi. fIco. the catalog telli you bow tA
get t.hose flower seedsr absogtety fre
Write for cor l12octaloginow.i1
tiful ieo-1 book over punh4sed, and
you will b~e mightyyl~ad you've got It
There Is no obltgatiovn to buy anyw
thIng. JTupt asik for the cata1og, and
It Will Cmolf hy return mail.
H. G. HASTgN.6 CO., EDSMEN,
will break a Cold, Fever and Grippt
quicker than anything we know, pre
I helping you to build up yot
are always glad to See you ar
n by The Sentinel to be relial
rs In Greenville
N & 4GUERIRY
the Cyclone truck and. Cyclone Ser
i & Truck Co.
In ever; large stock of merchandise a lot
from time to time--Maybe tlhe box for a pair o
doesn't injury the quality o? the shoes--But ne
as Odds and Ends.
For the next few days I shall place on a
various kinds of merchandise at an amazingly
I need the room--so these goods must go.
Here are a few things found, in this sale,
things not listed here. Come let' usehow you
One lot Boys' pants
One lot Lalies Sweaters
One lot Children's Sweaters
One lot Men's Sweaters
One lot Children's Shoes
One lot Men's and Boy's Shoes
One lot Ladies Coat Suits
One lot Ladies Coats
One lot Children's Coats
One lot Ladies Shirts
One lot Men's Overcoats
Bring us your produce. '.our trade is app
J. W. HEND/
Headquarters for Sash, Doors
We have a nice line of Bui
Can furnish odd sizes to order.
Let us make you a price on al
in the building line.
A few thousand brick at the i
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odds and erids will be found
f shoes gets misplaced---this
ver-t ass they are lassed
ale all Odds and Ends of
But there are various other '
through these goods:
lders' Hardware. 4
1ything you need
h. for Price
vill make its Pickens coun
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