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$ SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. I
The marriage Wednesday evening
a: <ix o'clock at the First Presbyterian
eh arch Of Miss Leina Fricrson Garl
imrton and Mr. Krank Killinn Spratt
whs a brilliant affair and a society
event of wide spread Interest. The
Rev. ('has. V. Rnnktn. pastor of the
church, performed the cercmon* tis.
iou the fing service.
The church was most attractive
t-w illy, with -nasses of white blos
soms and ferns and palms hanked
bout the rostrum. lending ;i most
liurming effect, while arranged about
M- altar nushudcd while ii; er-- I'm
I, and withal the scene was one ()t
i beauty and elegance.
('receding the entrance of the brl
i party, a charming musical pro
t -. .nme of wedding music was rend
* I by .Mrs. Warren L>uPl*0 Df Spar
'anhing, and as t ie strati's of Lobon
. ? la's wedding march peab-d forth
>m the organ, the wedding narty e
;? < d. .Mrs .(. 1). Watts, an aunt of.
is<- bride, was the dame of honor.
.-.) " wore a handsome yellow mcssn
' ??? gown. The bridesmaids, an at
1 motive group of southern girls, wore
i)j le pink mcssallnc dresses and car
r'jfrtl bouquets of pink carnations tied
with pint' tulle streamers They were
vi ^rfos Alice Carson and Mnttle Mae
'A vent, of Spartanburg, Annie Mary
vVobb, of Nashville. Tenn.; Hunter
yoing, of l'ni. n; Prances Spratt. of
jr~' bester: i<'u uerUe Simpson and
I osephine Fuller, of this cit>.
The groomsmen were as follows:
.-:?-nry T. Crlgler, of Spartanburg, .loel
S Flniley. of Greenwood: C. R. Wat
Itina of Richmond, Va.. S. R. Lath
am, of'Chester; John Spratt. of Clin
ton. Cordon Garllngton, of Hender
sonviUe; Karle W'lsot), of this city.
The ushers were: A. W. Toague,
Mret't Dial, Ii V. Irbv. lohn \Vells
The bride entered with her moth
Mrs. .1. C. Garlington. who wore
ively gown of gray crepe de ebene,
bride was radient in her wed
. . r, gown of white satin and carried
u shower bouquet of bride roses and
valley lill los.
atmedlntcly after the church sor
' ... the bridal party, together with
a ..limber ol Invited cuests. repaired
> :he palatial home of Mr. and Mrs.
I, hinklin Watts, where an elaborate
exquisitely beautiful reception
> - hold. The bride is a niece of Mr.
at 1 Mrs. Watts.
\t 8 o'clock Mr. and Mrs. Spratt
? ! on the westbound train for
\ - lding journey.
'. great collection of valuable and
?:nl presents was received by the
ivly wedded couple.
Urs. Spratt is the datlghlOt' of Mrs.
mi Con way Garllngton, who has
??? le her home In this city for the
i- -t year. She is a young woman
n charming personality and ac
impllshed attainments Mr. Spratt,
r. -.alive of Chester, has been a res
... nt of the city several years and
- prominent in the !)u?-inoss and so
-. 1 circles of the town
The past wr^k in Lnurens was one
if excitement and gayety incident to
the Gnrllngton-Sprntt wedding. Mr.
Sj att and his bride are held in the
><iv highest esteem here, and to do
Ibem honor gave genuine pleasure to
b< lr many admiring friends. Mrs
?| att Is the only daughter of the late
.). c. Garllngton, who at on" time,
together with Major .1. c. Hemphlll,
Ifrcd l!. Williams and the lamented
[.! I)/.alea, formed the most brilliant
piartctto of editorial writers that the
State lias ever had. Mr Spratt Is a
? ? uihor of a prominent Chester fnni
My and is most highly regarded and
'I'Vedly i opular In tliis section of
iMrs. K. i Garllngton for several
^T, . prior to the wedding was hostess
? 0 a merry house party given in honor
her granddaughter, the bride-eject.
and her out-of-town maids, Miss Car
Bon and Miss A vent of Spartanburg;
Miss Webb, of Nasbivlle, and Miss
Young of Union,
In addition to Mrs. McOowan's re
ception Monday evening in honor of
Miss Garlington and Mr. Spratt. Tues.
day evening Miss Josephine Fuller
entertained at a very elegant and
elaborate dinner given for the bridal
party, of which she was herself a
member. The Fuller residence on
Bast Main street, with its spacious
halls and parlors, is ideal for enter
taining and was never so beautiful as
on this occasion. Handsome potted
plants were everywhere and. with the
numerous electric lights and candles
made a fairy-like scene. In the din
ing room, opening into the spacious
hall by large folding doors of dark
walnut, the effect was especially beau
tiful. Crimson roses and trailing ivy \
banked the sideboard and mantel,
crimson candles and the chandelier 1
shaded with the prevailing color, shed
a soft light on the large table, beauti- ,
fill in its appointments. Covers were
laid for twenty-four, and ;tn elegant
six-course dinner was set . d. Miss1
Fuller, at all times a most gracious
hostess .assisted by Misses Emily
Meng. D?rens Calnies and Ilnttie Moul
ware, received her guests attired in
an exquisite costume of grey voile ov- :
er cherry red satin en traine. The
affair was one of the llOlldflomest ev
er given in Laurens and a high com
pliment to Mr. Spratt and his fiancee.
Wednesday evening the Laurens
Gorman Club gave its February hop
it the armory, with about thirty con- !
pies participating, including a num
ber of visitors from Greenville, Spar- ,
tnnburg, Clinton and Greenwood,
Saturday afternoon Miss Emmie
Meng entertained the Fortnightly Club ,
Besides the regular 1110111 be 1*8 of the
Club a number of visitors were invited
and attended. After playing a num
ber of games of Nations a delightful
salad course with COffeo was served.
Miss Meng was assisted in enter
taining by Mis. Will Meng. Mrs. .\.[
C. Haskell, Misses Dorcas Calmes and
Mrs. W. It. Richey, Sr.. will enter,
tain a number of her friends at lunch
Miss Annie Gilkersoil entertained a
small and congenial number last
Thursday evening In honor of Mrs. 1.
C. Cross, of Chester.
WINTHROP COLLEGE NEWS.
A Weekly Letter From Our Corre
spondent Among the Laurens Coun
ty Girls nt the State College.
Examination are over and all hr.ve
settled down again to earnest work.
The buttle with these, the worst na
tions In the world (Exami-natlons)
ended January 30th, and the next day
was a holiday celebrated by Just rest- 1
Dorothy Lethbrldge, the brilliant j
young English pianist, who Is making
a tour In America this year, gave a i
very charming entertainment in the
college auditorium last Saturday night
This was one of the "Star Course En
.Miss Ethel Cutler, the secretary
and Bible teacher in the National
Training school of the Y. W. C. A., at
New York, began a ten day's course
in the "Life of Christ" Friday after
noon. Not only the students of Win
throp, inn all the holies of Rock Hill
are Cordially invited to attend them
February is to be full of interest
at Winthrop. Ellen Terry, the greaesl
actress in England and America, is
to he here February luth, Maude Pow
ell, the greaesl violinist in America,
on February 24th, and the Creutore's I
Hand on February 11th. !
Preparations tire being made for
the Third Annual Convention of S
C. Volunteer Union, which will be held
at Winthrop college February 17-10,
1911. Among the prominent speakers
to be here are Dr. .las. O. Heavis. of
Nashville, Tenn. and Dr. T. 1!. Hay.
of Richmond. Va.. Entertainment will '
be provided for all who wish to at
tend if they send in their names to
the Leader of tho Volunteer Hand of
I 10. 1911.
B. A. R. Meeting.
The Henry Laurens Chapter.!
Daughters of the American Revolu-'
lion, will meet at the homo of Mis..
W. P. Childless Friday afternoon at
4 o'clock. A full attendance is re
quested ami all those who will be Uli- !
able to bo present are requested to
notify (be hostness.
Death of a Child.
Susan, the 22-month-old daughter'
of Mr. and Mis William A. Copelnild, I
who reside two miles east of the city,
died of pneumonia early Monday morn- '
fug and was laid to rest yesterday !
afternoon in the city cometory. Tin
little olio was the only child of Mr.
and Mrs. Copqlaild and they ItOVO the
sympathy of all in their affliction,
We are showing special values in
a. id. & E. H. Wllkoa 4 Co.
honor roll graded
schools for the
Following 1b the Honor Roll of the
City Graded Schools for the 5th
First Grade?Elbert Copeland, John
Robert Ellis, Douglas Smith, Joe
Smyth Jack Wallace, Beatrice Babb,
Eula Buru3, Ruby Dent, Margaret
Lake. Eleanor Miller, May Morgan,
Second Grade?George Albright,
Thomas Barksdale, Clark Bundrick.
LuclusOurns, Montefth Caine. Mar
shall Dendy, William Franks. Jack
Hudgens, Frank Roundtree, Flora Ben
nett, Lillian Garrett. Rosa Gray, Har
rlette Hughes, Caroline Rankin, Lee
Watson. Mary Smyth.
Third Grade?Robert Alken, Lau
retta Crews, Estelto Martin, Mary
Fourth Grade?Calvin Toagtte. An
nie ?arksdttte, Harlan Crows, Hattle
Fifth Grade?Rebecca Lake, l.eona
'?'ixth Clrcde?Sarah Bolt, Frances
Davis. Mary Sullivan. WHkes Dendy,
Seventh Grade?Inez Hudgens. Hat
tie Gray. Virginia Simpson. Elizabeth
Moseley. Lizzie Leake. Louise Sim
Ninth tirade?Joe Bolt, Edwin
Tenth Grade?John Terry Winnie
.leans. Mary Fosey, Helen Sullivan.
First Grade Effle Cook. Joe King.
Second Grade?J D. Williams Nan
nie l..??> Snoddj
inlrd Grade?Dorroh Halrston, An
Fourth Grade?Emma Barton,
high school conference.
Sept. Hand Writes Giving Additional
Information as to the Conference
Which is to he Held Here. Visitors
The following letter has been hand- ',
ed to us by supt. Join's, of the city
schools, and it speaks for itself. This
letter refers to the high school con
ference which Is to be here February
10th and 1 Tili.:
Columbia. S. C. Feb. 0, 1011.
Sunt. H. L. Jones.
Laurens, s. c.
I am sending out today the second
notices to the various teachers in
vited to attend the high school con
ference in Laurens. 1 am inviting the
teachers of all the high schools in
Laurens county, Clinton. Cross Hill,
Mountvtlle, Waterloo. Gray Court,
Shiloh and Trinity Ridge. In addition
to these I have asked the (ireenwood
teachers, and left It with the McCor
wlck and Ninety-Six teachers to choose
between Laurens and some other meet
We shall have our first meeting at
8.00 o'clock, Thursday evening, Feb
ruary HJth. As you know, the pro
gram is not a set one.
Any local arrangements you may;
make for the comfort and convenience
of the visiting teachers will be high
ly appreciated. Try to get out a few
of your trustees and citizens who are
interested In such matters.
I leave this afternoon for Anderson
1 am in Spartanburg Thursday.
VV. H. Hand.
Those teachers who are coming and
desire accommodation will ph ase no
tify B. L. Jones and provision will be
made for them.
miik i; of i i r.i tion.
A primary election for the nomina
tion of candidates for Mayor and Al
dermen for the e|ty of Laurens Is
hereby ordert d to be held on Tues
day, the Slat day of February, next,
under the rules of the City Democrat
ic Club. The boxes for wards I, '2, 4,
*> and will be at the city hall and
box for ward :'. at or near Laurens
Cotton Mill Store, t The following
named persons will act as managers
for boxes at City Hall: Eugene V. Fer
guson. Glover Poterson, B, M. Wolff.
And the following named persons
as managers for box at Laurens Cot
ton Mill Store: Nathan F. Curry. W.
W. Blakely, J B. Ledford.
The polls Will opei at S o'clock in
the forenoon and close at t o'clock
in the afternoon. Only those per ons
whose names liav? been enrolled on
the respective club lists, five days de
lore the election, will be permitted to
It E Brtbb, Pres.
W. L. Taylor, Sec.
Qre.t Gift to Humanity,
of all the good giiu thai over came
out of tho wallet of thu Fall") Ood
mother, tbe gift of natural gladness Is
the greatest and the best II ... In the
kuuI what health la to the body, what
fftnlty I* to the mind, the !,.-hi >,. nor
umiify ?i|g8 Carman.
If troubled with indigestion, con*
StipntiOl), no appetite or feel bilious,
give Chamberlain's Stomach and Liv
er Tablets a trial and you will be
pleased With the result These lab.
lets invigorate tho stomach and liver
and strengthen the digestion. Sold
by Laurens Drug Co.
Dining, Parlor and Library Tables!
Oak and Mahogany
We Have Many New Patterns to Select From
Beautiful Library Tables from $4.90 up to $17.50. The one shown above
is only $12.50 and its a specially #ood value.
A splendid Oak Dining Table, extends to 6 feet, finish in rich golden color.
Our large line of Pedestal Dining Tables are the best values ever shown in
Laurens. They range in price from $8.90 to $45.00.
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