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PICKENS--THE GEM
OF THE FOOTHILLS
.o~oooe~oooooeCOUNTY
A NEWSPAPER WITH A CONSCIENCE -
VOLUME 52-NUMBER S PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, JUNE 15 1922
SUBSCRIPTIO.1.0AYA
DEATH OF MRS. M. J. STANSELI
Seneca, R.F.D. 1 May 26.-Th<
death of Mrs. M. J. Stansell, whiel
occurred on the 7th of May, 1922
has brought i gloom and sadness it
this community that will long be felt
She was the beloved wife of Rev. M
J. Stansell, who res'des in the par
sonage and has labored in the Woot
pastcr' ( field in Oecnee since its or
ganization, and mueh credit is du(
this good woman for the success 01
his work in the field. While he wl
the faithful pastor she was- the leadel
cf the \oman's Mhsihary Society
and her ';o-ing, away has left a va
cancy that will be hard to fill. Th<
immnda~t!ie cut'se of her death wa:.
heart failure.
While in e('iy youth she unitel
with te Uaptia church at Six Mvah
When th C.1lntain View church was.
orf:ntle she, with the fam ily, m ov'
ed't their iemertship there, and si
wa an hcti. e werkte in the Sunda':
schoo!. She Levid always he found
where duty led. Her face was lik:-e
an open b( ok-e-uc' ld easily he 1rlad,
aIni a strong Ch''stian e arater was
revealed. She a.s a daughter of Mr.
an( 11M:. ). E. Giarrett., of Picketn:
county. She leaves, to mourn her
dearth her hustand, tne little <iau h
ter, fath~r and mothller, nline brother:
and one s r with thur rlatir ':
and a hoet. o1 friends. The unusuall y
rid4e funeral ncte e tsinandi. the
floral oins .ent w(re(' aidriations
Of the high l siteem in h eh she was
held. After ai oi teatc)0 funeral ter
\ ices. c.( nduc ted by flu v ad R ev. h
rema..I wckt laid t rent in) .loun
titain View c m)e'elcky. 'rule a good
woman ha Its to her heavly ri
w'ard. A l'riendc.
CHILi1)N:1DA AT P'LEASANTI
GRG(\'E.
Chihh 'en's 1 h'Iy was ofi ervetl ao t
I'e:at Grve lost Sunday. T athe :
c1ri5 co nsi'a eti songs, esi L n tatidOe
and diiih:gc. by the children and ith
mn(1nte(,' in wh'iciv the pv Icr hgramii w
rendtert a hwe i I ear-t fun train ilsg.
Mr. .T O. ianiwt n (1 ireenville
ade tShe princial addre and ~rclat
ly dflidhted aho eitied ther goine.
TPhis church IS icet:(al in o~n! 01' the
be u ttns of thte count and Rev.
J. E. astr hia. D>et n pastor foth
ntearIe a qiiiter' .1'i a c tturly.
SUNDAY S".1OOL1 CONVE-NTION.
T'h_ Pickens Blaptist Sunda.; school
et.nytn:tienl will Con1vene iaturdla
morn0Iing:, Junie 17, with Seconat Bap
tist chrc 1a0 cch'elohk. T;he e wd
ie t\\': days of thd cnventin andh
\vera, l proinenI~lt Sunday sebcuo'
w Corkr : of thle state Snldlay scholi';
- Loa"ti w'!i be preset an.:I contr'ibtt
t' the intt f1 tht mill( .ing. Secn"
is p:1t lpmin: to <atruun a hos~t (,
de"talean 1nd wV;etes frm .e'vr
u dae': r'l' t' i in thi' aler ition a. :
lare vac'ldr e " i. x c bo.th
y of (t'e '1 cc tioi'.
ii 'c I 1 i:,:"S. G OGE :'. CG '1
Me. G . W'. Cox did at her'
,blr 0n no-un. : :ile Irnust Suniy
night in: t1. at . th e alge of eiginiy.
i akinl, -.rt wman and allI
w' hac .an d- f'etl here l'.-I)r Cox lovtl
he.Seis sul'rived by her husband
wbe gladiomsen and helpimate lh:
had beIt n (r ifty-;vc years. Al
the rlowing daughters survive: Mr's.
Joh" 1. yelliamt, Mrs. Will Freeman
.d Mr1.. 1Mack( 11'.I1 al of.. P:ikens
couty Shlaes marng Juets
her. pastiorv $1.0 W. yettar. Ate
L ln a$m.mbe ao yeanyyers
DET l'4R. 'LO OES
FROM CATEECHEE
The farmers of this sect'on like
every where else, owing to the con
tinious rains are behind with their
farm work, though much progress has
been made in the past few (lays.
It now the middle of June and stuff
r. small as it is without a late fall
wV (I not see how a Lull crop can
be made.
We feel like pullintl cff our hat andc!
maiiiking a b('w to County supel'vis(r
J. T. McKinney for the road he is
huilling: bctwet:n Six M ile and Norris.
No one can plssibiy aLpprciate' this
Ime'rC than tht writer for he h:i. t"
tri't daily and knews whata
L';1il road )etw1( 'ii these place, Imi('11.
When (m!;id will b< one of m
eood i reads as the: r is in the' e'efn
t if tlh,' wer'k is carried n(1 like t
'i'hc vri': r he.: uit et ba tk Iro
a t"'ip t(, the ".anl of, the Skv'' and
f I e,''e''; s e h t r( fresh d fr ont tihe
sha '''a h''ze anl the pure snarl;.
1".: wte' 11hal h( drhank. We visted
uitlt ivil, -heiard, Pisgi.ah 1'or
' 1t(, : nimand!. lake; Toxaway and
'-thI de' pla t i n(o' ' &ite iln Ci (yed the
er atnd wa':-, urrently' captivatedI
with the hospitality of the Nrdt'l
u':re!inain. ib e is hoping that we
:ray have the pl easure of duplcatiitng
irr visit ::..ain in the future.
MIa. ried, on Saturd:ay, 19ith inst..
:h< it :1 (c '"!k . m 11.. at the (!ld
mrt rv'im nial mi!!, rt . t('ie: . I .
lid nj t(' li: ll'rtie 1.'d e ('. 1. A1 ()
ri'" ".+n", N. P., at the tIro~tto:-. T1''
happy young Couple arefr'(!t l
-. 1 E A and Al in
:11 I ie' ! ~ e (ll'
E"-nant ~ ~ : f.n o Cme ..re
bo bd Iri t n North Carch i'lina.
:( ' ' m i l thlt irh e y n P'ie
hi (i' h . recei a co 2-7.
.4! we(Is".mi. Tu . e e room1s ;!t
tie new bum.':ali w of Mei h Eio
TRIINGN( SCHOOL. PROGRAM
Sehet!. To IPe held at Easley The
Wtek' cf .1tuly 2-7.
t hnii sehr.cI t(, be held at Easley,
.uly 2-7.
Sunday Morning
I :15--A Iress by Dr. WV. IH.
Mil's, professor5'j of rur-al sociology.
Clemson Coll'-e.
12:15-Adjournment for dinier.
Sunday Afternoon
:::0-Classificat in, 3is:: Ruth
Digg.
:1: i5- ('has: periodi.
"'The Pup il," by R/cv. L~co. D.
Cilk spie.
I"egi nn'r. OrgtIanization and Ad
i rti , 1 . P'. Han a.
S(Taching; c,ss,'") by Rev. .J.
1'. PatLtn. ("Learnaig ) t l and ''caci
ing.")
4::25-Musie rns! o' her foims of
lecreation. i bcI ly larvini Grave
ly.
Sunday Night
7.15-Dl)evotieral arvice, Rev. E.
XW. \lasmn.
7.:0--Class period.
8:15--Reess. Music and Recrea
tion, Rev. W. B. Justus.
8.25-Insp'rational ArelCss, "Pol.
ity and1( Policy of Methodism'' by
Rev. J. C. Diggs.
9.00--Adjournment.
Monday Evening
7.30--Devo~tionial service 1led by
Rev. .W. E. Taylor.
7.45--Class periodl.
8.30--Address, Rev. J. M. Stead,
9.400--Class period.
Monday'sv schedule to be folowed
for Tiuc-day. Wedone.sday and Thurs
day. with the following to conduct
the ~Y dtoions:, restect ively : Revs.
7.: -- DL vOonal, Rtv. W.. d;. Jus
I: .\h es vem y lel.s1.
w i il oa h : ahmtion. l 'c 0
t 10 ' lo ulivt hid byf Rev,( . .l.1'
1113' il1 31!thuodi.m; Drl sls. nde
yet (1I- ifEurae bt i'-,-e i
tud is theire aso tho.yu pcial topis
tm btimae htk ru oanthsfole watret
yet.e ~oy fe havled~ abe received.
to dec so att the very e'arli(St daite.
Belowv is given a list. of school dlis
tricts thnt have not filed their oat~h
of office: Zion, Ruhamah, Symmes,
Calhcun-Clemso-n, Central, Reunion,
Dacusville; Roanoke; Palestine, Prat
era, Wolf Creek, Towvn Creek, Olga,
Mile Creek, Shady Grove, Antioch,
Hampton, Holly Springs; Qane Creek.
Supt. of Education.
FAIRMER.LaIIOON.
Miss Sarah Farmer andl Mr. Harry
LaBuon were married in the presence
of a few friends and relatives at the
home of the bride on Hampton Ave.,
Wednesday morning at eleven o'clock
by Rev. F. 'r. Cox.
The living room was beautifully
decuoratedl w th ivy', pot plants, andt
daisies. Tr mantle wvas bankied wvithi
Ictriis SLu(l(lc-(1 with (laisi('s and iiiter
tiviliec w th ivy. In fron~t of tnc
iltat c Was all iIll) of ivy 1111(1 dai
St's. The dc,'natXii in the re~eption
11.!I~ 'cctns i-s I (:f Imos urt in, ivy tIcd
pot planits.
1( ( h(~5V tS trin:; of i\i('(ll'o
l'iv l; l)~ oo.T eyilla()(h5t1~1 toi ()Ienup
wthic "11essu (. I cc m'' ay. A ft r
:IeI by tvin; c (at lr.ic!. '1'l Ir('al
was ' c)( ni, is ak 'ali-1t.' Iu
't 'i. ( a nto with has :: a n
(. a~ j(i lla .1 - I t ' I
.II 1 ' a 1:1 ' is .a1' a I\Ww tt of Due11
(1' fa. t lt l lt'c ' : a -~ i tiva. l
\!t 1''' I-i Il t' i h l n
1i cc ocls in' '0 ( ? tic it.:t(I (r. ally!'1 lt
1). 1: . 1i' I;I i Q a lr ! hi t hale mnnio
hit 11 l ala'( (cf l i a a] it ' ::. I .
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* .ItIv ( ri tal tIa (ai~h _11, X11 and'
t l ,l s in l ls ' . at' It'':r t lt
I;,ZiIHE 1'!)UNIVERSAL
't'he:' wilh/ i h~l ~'~il
at~ ;,'' hod.r' r !:( Ms .C
BuyrdF
At E Uhsa ~Nr~yIERSAL
Wait - mow= 1 t -ay for %",.you
HIONOR ROLL P'ICKENS SCHOOL.
First Grade.--Naomii Alexander,
3eti Craig, Jake Coplel, Earl Elliot,
Julia Finley, Corinnab Iinton, Mary
-Iend(ricks, Maggie Jones, I)or s Lewis~
21ly(Ie Manly, Tommy i lau 1dm, Allen(
Ilcllaniel, 'rhomas Valley, Wcsley
VJalley.
SeQc(;d Gritde.-I'Xlitll Cox, Jo-ic?
Ku crinII1 Fi nt, Ern! st l"(.l 'r, MaUt
geSara~ .1 vh I1c i, Jack I At 1loon,
W. A. Al at thvw%.4, IElwiztjc'th Iclianiv',
"" Alc C.I.lS~; I 'a itt id;dg , Sarath
I ith land. \ I I, L
"all.v, (,Ihltl
'! I iui t;', ' llit:: I': &'m' t,: i.. ...
!'ig th ;i'i~h~ II P11 ( 'tii. ar, iu.
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lif ilt 1 I i ui Ju ti - ": ft .il t ~:l'.
in (i ta '.t a ll. ( '
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TA 1111CTOR lt~cl 1n(ic
artO.1a1" DETROITak~y
IA:"hl //at.i:;?c(: ',n ~
rdso(':ntr Nl 'lzh hOWl-I.) ~ti,
lalu~t l:uun rsttc aa t m:'\"
c'v.\ci you can'tt" ffo' to+,(
(''r':11')!I oro nJ ractor.. ; i t
atliolnatiyi power plant.
hctichl 'it1 is t'' put. ri~': io
trestng-mney-svers
wcc in I facts yu oughtl-i~cint
-r ) DE E.OBDER I
C.A4
TO THE D)EMOCRATS OF PICK
ENS COUNTY
As this ~s electioni year and under
rutles of our party we wvill hav'e to
enroll ag.ain, so let1 each one go to
his (rllung commlittee Cr secretary'
of his club a)nd44 there (enterI his mini'14
(ii that lie will lx (liiIhl4 to vo4.te
in thi(" i nm't' elect IC 113. Thoi' v'it -
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DEATH OF MRS. IRVIN MILLER.
Last Sunday afternoon the spirit
of Mrs. Irvin Miller took its flight
from this earth and entered 'into
eternal rest. She had been a great
'er'e' tie several months. About five
iongths : go Sit' was carried to the
hIi me of her soi-in-law, Mr. Clayton
ewt H who fives on Pendleton Ave,
d ih:e' th::! time had beenI conI
lilId ti: ht'r h. d. Shie was the fourth
W .\. 13. Eng'leton,
n .\::lvk'.tron (Iunty 71 years
Ehe w\ a, the Imouther of seven chil
h .t .: <f h m s(I'Iur .t' er. Iler
4e '.. :A. ;4jiller, I. 4li fo:ilia; t.
- r. i u 44;. Theti*~ daughtem
- - l on ofi \1 itis lac
e i' .1 t(: rest onI
:t' 1; ((4: n ue .tI b:' her Iias
- R t' 'd i:ehell, tmtil hler good
OfW. I)AY IN liEENN'
- . !!t Pit 1m1 t.
n eto 110,.)0 pleo le' flocked
hI 'S* j.41hiy, (O!.)f Solier'
' ft ( hl4 n44'.: 4t (' Ii: ; 1(' !"1"(4ul1
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I*E ' eat'''! h e r. ..a . . 4 'd e i o
44e vh rn w'a' 4 ' 1.4re Ithit' m a1
'44-' :: ll1 w ; :: i ' 'en ('all ti ) 11- d of th
to tal . ha thijm u h 4atrd4
.ational Guard m4 de4 ex' llen." and
ko y ; 1.4r41 for t '( u '? the par.
th 4(4c deayo Pikn may4 rest.'4..
.nsthft 4 dinner4 inwh ther was'',Q
ing4 thei44 piul pen'o. $100l) ali~t' yea
: h ( ~ 44(1': . e f I vieer-in may the
4out 4( 11141 v1 t4-4us 'e dependentfIV
litia 41WI II p044ht. (;mebod old of 41V
tI. l4t'(~ ~444h (olirs' inomen
4 hel4t(, 141'v been(
'I .. 1 'h* n ri w
'4 timt. they wil1
a4 r' forth
u0 ne hundr'ed
Th! I1 l f 'it! The' sum31
II (.~4 . 4-uld have,'~ been'! at
n1'4',nehi oldW s'!oldiers
h44 44l4 ''of thel proyre'4ss they 44d(
- r 1n an ytrndsons hm'e Ilfe(
m4 n44 4t yenrs34'. If he could have
SJ n,4 h'4.1e woui4ld ha ve toldI them
tha: tIhei F 5reat adIvhaneent in ed.
11141nt4 il hs beenC the ver'y thing he
wished them to accompl:-sh, a trium
1pl (if peacl(e oif more impor'ta4nce than
victory in war. If Pr"esident Davis,
w,'hose.4 birthday it was, couldl have
h'1n there, surely he, too, wvouldl have
pra'fised( them upon the great improv
ments they have wrought.
It was a great day in Pickens, that
old Soldiers',Day-and, so far as we
know, there is noth'-ng else like it on
this continent, North or Suth

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