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biQ'.ti~rgearwArsv. 1 aW ~ihgxm~rmwur. y1MI a
of Pickens Count
a v banil.''Ieede.nt of E tion
V. aI.y to ..... .. .P.1 ens
h o m o .. . I k t " l e n s
.. V. 'McEIv~een-----------.Easley
MAt:rcus Looper, President........Easley'
Q. C. Boroughs, Sec.------Norris
N. Foy, President. ---Liberty
Mrs. Carrie 1+o& Williams,
lecretary. .- -- Easley
C "A C a ent
A. Bo' .Pickens
S IN PICKENS
District No. 1.
3chool District No. 2.
Bowen, Principal, Easley
wen-------------.. . .Easley
ion School District No. 3.
Osra Carpenter, Principal, Easley
Graydon O'Dell ............Easley
is Myrtie Shirley.--------Easley
-i Eme O'Dell.----------Easley
s Ida Lou Hunter-......,......Easley
alat Rock School District No. 4.
M. Newton, Principal.-......Liberty
s. Mary A. Boggs------Liberty
s Eula M. Stewart.------.Liberty
tuhamah School District No. 5.
A. Lewis, Principal-------Liberty
.i. Sallie Duckworth Mann, Liberty
s Mattie Lee Hunter.-....Liberty
Symmes School District No. 6.
S. A, Allford, Principal, Central,
s Rita Mullinax--------Central
Tabor School District No. 7.
Lila Madden Thompson,
rincipal...... ...... .. .. Central
' -s Blanche A. Madden.-......Central
alhoun-Clemson School District
s Margaret Morrison,
rincipal.. .. - ....Clemson College
i. G. P. Hoffman, Clemson College
s Annie Johnson, Clemson College
. Clemson College
Centrai School District No. 9.
iss Helen Clayton...............Central
iss Greta Gaines......-......Central
Johnston School District No. 1i0.
.M. Lawrence, Principal...Norris
rs. W. C. LawrenceL...--..--Norris
rs. Zoe Zeigler Boroughs.. .Norris
iss Sadie Ballentine............Norris
ss Minnie Sheiif-.---...--Norris
Johnston School District No. 10
iss Pearl Johnson,
iss Eva T weed... ..........Cateechee
isa Lillie Mae Cox_-...Cateechee
iss Lunette Worthy......Cateechee
Liberty School District No. 11.
. t Chapman..........-Liberty
asa Payne_ .............Liberty
a - lizabeth McCown.......Liberty
3s Annie B. Sharp.--......Liberty
is Etolia Landford..........Liberty
3. H. M. Marlar...........Liberty
3. W. L. Boggs.............Liberty
a Caro Smith..._..........Liberty
Reunion School District No. 12.
a Sallie M. Mullikin,
s Ethel E. Dorr...........Liberty
Easley School District No. 13.
. r McElveen, Superin..
SL. England, Principal-..-..Easley
*C. . Me tze......-...--..-..Easley
4. Bauknight, Agriculture, Easle~
-5 1 sadore~ Williams, Home
~s Kate LaBoon--..........Easley
* . Carrie Mason Williams, Easley
ms Cassie Nichols.~--.--......Easle
~s Grace Wyatt-----..........Eale
'ss Ann Aycock--------.-...Easle
ss Ressie Boggs-------.......Easle
I~. . ..~ *. *-Eslo
r Ambler $ehool 4istricL iro. 81
r Mrs. D. M. Carey, Principal, Picke
r Mrs. Janie Welborn------.Picke
r Hagood School District No. 38.
r Rule Cannon, Principal---....Picke
r Earle Baker ------------Picke
Miss Johnnie Attaway-- ....Picke
Twelve Mile School District No.
Mrs. Olive Adams, Principal, Picke
Miss Louise Gravely --------Picke
Martin School District No. 40.
C H. Curtis, Principal--.....Picker
Miss Fannie Mills--------..Picke
Miss Ethelyn Gantt ---.---Pickee
Miss Beulah Bolding -------Pickei
SMile Creek School District No. 4
,P. S. Childress, Principal, Six Mi
D. C. Mann ------------Six Mi
Miss Roberta Mills -------Six MI
Mrs. Annie M. Dalton.------Centr
Keowee School District No. 42.
Miss Edna W. Dixon,
Principal -- ------------ Centr
Miss Josephine Coleman.. -.- .Centr
Shady Grove School District No. 4
Miss Iona Dacus, Principal, Murpl
Antioch School District No. 45.
Miss Ora Prince, Principal, Suns
Hampton School District No. 46.
Miss Annie Gravely,
Miss Mary E. McDaniel-....Pickel
Holly Springs School District No. 4
Mrs. Pearl M. Chastain,
Principal ----- -- .--.. --Picke1
Mrs. E. D. Chastain--------..Picke1
Rock School District No. 48.
Miss Sadie Craig, Principal.....Pickel
Grove School District No. 49.
G. R. Mayfield, PrincipaL- Mariet
Miss Mary Chastain------Picke1
Rocky Bottom School District Nd. 5
R. T. Hallum, Jr., Principal, Pickel
Eastatoe School District No. 51.
Floyd Durham, Principal..Nimmoi
Cane Creek School District No. 5
Miss Victoria Grant
Principal -. . ....... . Eastat,
New Town School District No. 5
G. M. Keith, Principal-....Pickei
Montvale School District No. 56.
W. T. Chastain, PrincipaL -- .Pickei
Mrs. Mary R. Chastain-...Pickei
D. A. R. MEETING
The Fort Prince George chapt<
D. A. R. held a very important mee
ing with Mesdames T. J. Mauld
and Ernest Folger in the home
the latter on the afternoon of Tuc
day the 7th inst.
Among the many important m
ters for discussion was moving pi
tures. This great organization h,
plans on f ot which will be the meal
of having all unsightly pictures abc
ished. Then the D. A. R. encouragi
all its members to inform themselva
on all national affairs. The pres
dent told the chapter about so mai
giftsa for Tamassee. Our own sta
has recently given a chest of silv<
a library table, books andl so mai
other useful articles.
Mrs. Wayne Mauldin read a mo;
beautifully preparcd paper on tI
lives of some of our president
Mrs. Folger's pretty home was al
tistically deocorated with Georg
Washington's colors, and the delic
ous refreshments wvhich weore serve<
added a finishing charm to this moi
"PICKENS COUNTY SCHOO
Greenville Daily Piedmont.
No other county in South Carolii
has evidenced more remarkable pr
gross in , education than Pickens
the- last ten years, but Pickens is g
ing ahead, not content with what h
been (lone, but dleterminedl to achiie
Tho latest manifestation of th
progressiveness is the appearance
"Pickens County School Life,"
magazine dlevotedl to the interests
Pickens county schools, edited by
V. Clayton, county superintendent
education, and published by D.
Hiott, Jr., of The Easley Progress.
In explaning the purpose of ti
publication, it is dlelaredl that "pe
ple w~ho are most interestedl in ti
school work of P'ickens county ha
felt a need for something that wou
a casea er rapi d growth andl
3 greater interest in the comm<
.schools of Pickens county." After
d1iscusiS~on of the pro(blemU by frien<
of the schew l, it wias decided to issi
si the maaineaiit. The business men
theC county agreed to suppjort it b
5 0 aue, a oeof them salid,"
inform the peole and( eduIlcate thy
mnchs more' and~ het ter business r
ime"-andl that is absolutely true.
In the m'agazine, various schc
Sprolemsi~1 will be conlside'red, so th
& the people (f Piekens county m.
kee~p themnselv infCormeced as
Q school matters and so be enabled
s vote more intelligently upon the
It willI keep them posted as to t
Miss tiarriet Mayrs...ieg
Miss Elizabeth McNabb.........asle,
Miss Kate Price........---------Easlel
Miss Christine Walker.------Easle;
Miss Nanilleen Parish-------..Easle
Miss Frances Camp--------Easle:
Miss Nell Hill-----------.. ..Eaele3
Miss Ellen Ellison.-.-------Easley
Miss Annie Hammett.------.Easlo3
Miss Margaret. Wyatt------Easley
Miss Mamie Bryan.--...Easley
Miss Virgipia Ligon-........Easley
Miss Brucie Ellison.--------Easley
Miss Ellen Mayes.--....-...Easley
Mrs. Mary I. McCombs-......Easley
Miss Annie Wyatt-------- Easley
Miss Annabel Oats........-. Easleo
Miss Ethel Wyatt.----------Easley
Miss Beatrice O'Dell. ----..Easley
Miss Zoa Oats-----------.Easley
T. L. Looper-------------.Easley
Ruth Lee 'Perry-----------.Easley
Mauldin School District No. 14
Miss Sallie O'Dell Principal, Easley
Miss Virginia O'Dell-------.Easley
Miss Margie McDonald.-......Easley
Farrs School District No. 16
Miss Maymie Williams
Principal---- -------- -Easley
Mrs. Veda C. Duncan-.--....Easley
Miss Louise Garrison------Easley
Dacuaville School District No. 17
Mrs. M. M. Bradley,
Principal------ ---.. ..Dacusville
Miss Pearl Wilkes.------Dacusville
Miss Maurine Dean---Dacusville
Mt. Carmel School
' Dacuaville School District No. 17.
Miss Eva Holcombe,
Principal-- ---- ------Dacusville
Mrs. J. M. Williams.-......Dacuaville
Maynard School District No. 18
H. W. Hiott, Principal.-......Easley
Miss Mae Attaway--------.Easley
Miss Annie Roper.----------Easley
Miss Jessie B. Edens------Easley
Cedar Rock School District No. 19.
Miss Ada H. Miller, Principal, Easley
Mrs. Ora M. Mauldin-------Easley
Miss Ida Phillips----------- Easley
Bethlehem School District No. 20.
Miss Elva Stewart, Principal, Pickens
Miss Myrtie Gilstrap..------...Pickens
Miss Lena Thompson-------Pickens
Roanoke School District No. 21.
W. F. Welborn, Principal.....Liberty
Miss Ethel Stewart. ---.....Pickens
Miss Francis O'DeL.l-------Liberty
Gates School District No. 22.
Mrs. H. R. Seaborn, Principal, Liberty
H. R. Seaborn-------------Liberty
Miss Clovie Gilstrap-------Liberty
Mrs. Ada Durham---------Liberty
Long Branch School District No. 23.
Miss MaryLawrence,Principal, Central
Miss Eunice Lawrence--.....Central
Miss Ruth Lawrence-------Central
Pleasant Hill School District No. 21.
J. H. Lawrence, Principal, Calhoun
Miss Ressie Kelley.---------Central
Miss Bethel Mann.-----Six Mile
Miss Leontine Werner......Central
L. S. Griffin....................Six Mile
Kings School District No. 25
W. E. Isler, Principal...........Central
Miss Lillie Keown..............Central
Miss Bertie Jones.......-----Central
Palestine School District No. 26.
C. L. Craig, Principal......Central
Miss Ollie Belle Sanders......Central
Miss Mattie Craig_.._.......-Central
Six Mile School District No. 27.
J. W. Holliday, PrincipaL.......Pickens
Miss Lois Norris..........-....-Pickens
Mrs. Irene Griffin............-Six Mile
Miss Viola Trogdon........--Six Mile
Praters School District No. 28.
R. C. McCall, Principal......Pickens
Miss Jessie Martin.............-Pickens
Miss Floride Prince...........Pickens
Wolf Creek School District No. 29.
Mrs. Irma Morris, Principal, Pickens
Miss Irene Newton...............Pickene
Miss Ruby Chastain...........Pickene
Town Creek School District No. 30
J. T. Hutchings, PrincipaL--....Pickene
Miss Claudia Welborn.......Pickene
Mrs. Lillie Parsons...............Pickeni
Pickens School District No. 31.
W. F. Hagan, Principal-....Pickene
Miss Mary Morris.....--_..--Pickene
Miss Ruth Diggs-.........-..--Pickene
Miss Gladys Parsons............Pickene
Mrs. Ada Alexander.-.........Pickens
Miss Nell Grandy..--.-..---Pickene
Miss Florence Stewart..-..Pickenm
Miss Grace Mathews-.........Picken:
Miss Sara Farmer...........-Picken:
Pickenis Mill School
Pickens School D)istrict No. 31.
Miss Esther Eden--............Picken
Miss Ruth Cannon.............Picken
Glassy Mountain School District Ne
R. T1. H'allumn, Principal..--Picken
Mica Schoor District No. 33
Jas. R. Martin, Principal, Dacusvill
Miss Lois V. Crenishaw-....-Daousvill
Olga School District No. 35.
Miss Mary Ellen Bush,
Miss Geneva Weisner ........Dacusvill
Oolenoy School District No. 36.
A. B. Fortner, PrincipaL..... Picken
Mrs. Inez Edens.-....----....Picken
Miss Dessie Few-.....-........Picken
Miss E. Dewey Haile -____-Picken
no - The first issue, just off the press,
na contains much interesting and helld.
ful information, and is worthy of
na the great cause it serves. It has
as news of the county schools, qs well
no as articles telling what it takes to
19 make an efficient school. It is bound
no to promote the interests of the pub
- lic schools of Pickens county and in
that way will increase the happiness
and prosperity of its people.
as If any other county in South Caro
ls lina has a similar publication, The
Is Piedmont has never heard of it. It
as looks as if "Pickens County School
1. Life" is the first magazine of this
le sort in South Carolina, and, if so, it
le sets a most commendable example
le for every county in South Carolina.
al When the people are given full in
formation as to the condition of
then public schools and as to what
al they lack, the schools will be up
a builded rapidly, for they are close
to the heart of the masses.
. With much pleasure and pride The
Ly Piedmont congratulates and con
mends' the enterprise of those who
at have begun this fine work in Pick
ens county. Inasmuch as the sub
scription price to "Pickens County
School Life" is only one dollar a
1s year, The Piedmont hopes that the
is friends of public education, not only
in Pickens county, but also in this
county and elsewhere in this state,
will send their subscriptions to F. V.
]s Clayton at Pickens of D. W. Hiott,
1s Jr., at Easley, and so help sustain
and encourage this patriotic service
is to the cause of p greater county and
is NOTICE OF ELECTION.
0. Office of County Supt. of Education
is of Pickens County.
Whereas a petition from the free
holders and electors of Sir. Mile
as School District No. 27, has been filed
2. with the County Board of Education
of Pickens county, asking said board
pern-ission to hold an election in said
school district to determine whether
5. or not four mills extra levy shall be
s levied in said school district for school
It appearing to the County Board
is of Education that the petition meets
is the requirements of the law, there
fore, it is ordered that the trustees
of the aboved named school district
do hold an election February 18, 1922,
-r at the school house for the above
t- stated purpose. The trustees are to
in be managers v.nd shall conduct the
)f election as all general elections are
s- conducted, and in accordance with
Section 1208 of the school law. The
t- polls will be open from 9 a. m. to 4
c- p. i.
is By order of the County Board of
is Education for Pickens, county.
Il- F. V. Clayton,
s Sec. and Chairman.
NOTICE OF -ELECTIION
e Offic of County Supt. of Education
~' of Pickens County.
y Whereas a petition from the free
holdlers andl electors of Ambler School
it District No. 37, has been filed wvith
0 the County Board of Education of
s- Pickens county, asking said board
permission to hold an election. in said
-school district to (determine wvhether
eor. not five mills extra levy shall be
- levied in saidl school district for
,school piurposes, or whether the pro
st sent levy for school purposes shall
be reduced five mills;
-It appearing to the County Board
L of Education that the petition meets
the requirements of the law, there
fore, it is ordered that the trustees
of the above named school dlistrict
ia do hold an election February 18, 1922,
D- at the school house for the above
in stated purpose. The trustees are to
0-- be managers and shall conduct the
is election as all general elections are
le conducted, and in accordance wvith
Section 1208 of the school law. Thel
at polls will be open from 9 a. m. to 4
af p. mn.
a By order of the County Board of
of Education for Pickens county.
- F. V. Clayton,
fSec. and Chairman.
Miss Emma Herd of Greenville and
oRoy Herd. of Honea Path spent the
week cnd with her p)arents here.
1 The Sentinel is informed that at
a special train wvill he run from Eas
mn Icy to Spartanburg, Thursday' of 'this
aweek, for accommiiodlation of t hose
Iswho w ishi to hear~ Billy Sunday
. L. s. G;riffin, plromllient yoiung
'o citizen of Six Mile, wats at the county
m seat on business Sa'Lturda~y.
The miountains of Pickens county
ol wvere covered wvithi snow Tuesday
at morning. Wednesday morning saw
iy the heavest frest of the season ini
to : .
m. Mrs. Charlie Brooks of Greenville
he county is visiting her parents, Mr.
lie and Mrs. J. M. Gillespie, in Piens,
ONE NIG HT
Prices: $4.00. $3.50, $2.50, $2.0'
S. HUROK PRE
The Incopar able
Entire Paris and London organization
and old Favorite
Laurent Novikoff, Victorina Krighe r,
100 --- COMPAN'
All New Productions of old as we11 a
All Stair Support... .. .. .. ........
Mail Orders Filled in Order~ Rec eiv
Remmittance and self-addressed En vet
ger, Grand Opera House, or Textil e I
NO SEATS Pt
Seats now on Sale at Box 0
We fhave j
200 head of ti
-ever shipped to .
Many good Pigs and Sh
Corn fedhogs ready to ]
I O'DELL BR(
Some Good Sows
Rhode Island Red Eggs,
H arold Thompson Str t<
White Leghorns, $1.00 i
MRS. J. D. Y
r3 -0 I *1903 A)$essom4 m
IF YOU'l Lie to do I~tiie"S
gvsyou what yoi
you, and always appreciates youri
The Pickens Sentinel when you neu
Phone No. 27.
Master Major Porter', son of Mr.
andl Mrs. A. S. Porter, is sick wvithw
p~neumnonia, and his mother is con
fined to h rooani with rhenmntism.
), $1.05-Plus War Tax.
SH FROM SUPREME
in new Ballets Divertissements
Ivan Clustine, Ililda Butsova.
SE OF 45
astra of 40
Y OF --- 100
s new Ballets and Divertisaments.
.... Ballet Corps of Solo Dancers.
ed when sent with a Guaranteed
ope to B. T. WHITMIRE, Mana
lall, P. O. Box 1323.
Ifice. Grand Opera House
te best hogs
>ats at low prices.
$1.50 per setting.
1, $4.00 per setting.
PICKENS, S. C.
withl a concern thlat always
pay for, always tries to please
>a tronage, do business with
edanythiing in its line.
wallace'!leid in "The Dancin' Fool''
Ibe at the Alexander Theatre
ri:y and Saturday~ nights of this
*.L aal admission.