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I SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. |
Tho leading society event of the
?Hiring was the marriage of Miss Daisy
Sullivan, the lovely daughter of Dr.
and Mrs. Clifton Jones, to Dr. James
Maxie McLees, of Greenwood, last
Wednesday evening in the Presbyteri
:ut church of this city. Under the
skillful direction of Mrs. Dr. Ferguson,
the church was transformed into a
' thing of beauty", white and green
with numerous candles being used with
itriking effect. Before the ceremony
Mr. Marvin Franks sang "Oh Promise
Me" and as Mrs. M. L. Roper sounded
me bugle notes of Mendeilsohn's Wed
ding March, little Misses Rosa Hell
t-IcGowan and Toccoa Gray proceeded
lown the aisles to open the floral
tiates. Then came the bridal party,
ushered by Messrs H. J. Harveley of
? 'reenwood. t o. Swlt?er and Henry
aunts of Laurens and J. Archie Wil
lis of Helton. In the following order,
the maids wearing alternately exquis
ite costumes of pink and white: Mr.
W. G. Lancaster and .Miss Maude Ham
mond of Greenville. Mr. T. J. Swygert
;.nd Miss Olynthia Jones. Mr. James
Sullivan and Miss Helen Crisp. Mr.
?amies Roland and Miss Elizabeth
Shell, Mr. Albert Dial and Miss Louise
McLees of Greenwood, Mr. Creswell
Heining and Miss Nell Miller. Dr. L.
? . Blackman of Darlington and Miss
Wary Todd. Mr. J. II. West of Green
ville and Miss Toccoa Caine. Mr. R. C.
McLees Of Clinton and .Miss Willie
? ice of Spartanburg. Next came Mrs.
H. Powell of Wilmington dressed
n a chiffon und luce over white satin
??nd Miss Mary Sullivan, the beautiful
ister of the bride In pink satin with
.?earl trimmings as dame and maid of
honor. Preceding the bridge and scat
tering flowers in her way were little
Misses Nell Jones and Vermello Caine.
"he bride in white chiffon over shim,
inering satin, carrying an exquisite
bouquet of bride roses and lilies of
?the valley, was it vision of loveliness
as sh" on to rod with her sister. Mrs.
M uk Heliums, dressed In a becoming
ostume of pink satin. Dr. McLees
? 'fth his best man. Mr. It. P. Fleming,
mot them at the altar where Rev. J.
.. McLees. uncle of the groom, assist
ed by Rev. C. F. Rnnkin, the bride's
pastor, performed the impressive core
A beautiful" reception was tendered
:ne bridal party from ? to li at the res
idence of Dr. .and Mrs. Jones on South
Harper street. The lower floor of the
handsome residence wits en suite, the
parlor and hall being in white and
green, and pink was used in the din
ing room, the color being carried out
n the decorations and refreshments.
>i delightful salad course was served
followed by white and pink cake and
The presents were handsome and
?lumerous attesting the popularity of
l ho contracting parties. The bride is
:he charming daughter of Dr. and Mrs.
'lifton Jones and Is greatly beloved in
>er home town. Dr. McLees is a mem
ber of the well known McLees family
?>f Greenwood and is a rising young
dentist of that place. After their bri
ial trip they will be at home to their
iriends in Greenwood, S. C.
The post-lentcn season In Laurens
?vas ushered in with a scries of de
iviitful social affairs given in honor
if Miss Daisy Sullivan whose marriage
10 Dr. J. M. McLees of Greenwood was
solemnized on Wednesday night In
the First Presbyterian church. Miss
Sullivan has always been a favorite
vlth her large circle of friends and It
gave them pleasure to show their ap
preciation Of her.
Tuesday evening immediately after
nhe rehearsal, the Initial party was
charmingly entertained by Mrs. Dial
Iray at the handsome home of her
nother. Mrs. Rosa Irby Caine on South
Harper Street. Link carnations and
r>ink Shadedo lights were used in the
pretty parlors With striking effect. Al
ler an exciting game of hearts a dell
( ions sweet course w as served.
Entertainments for Miss Sullivan
were planned by Mesdaines F. P. Mc
Oowan and J. M. Phllpot, but affliction
H their families prevented.
DOUglog FeatherstOlie entertained
he members of Beta chapter, of the
?Ota Sigma Phi Fraternity at tho home
of his parents Friday evening. The
membership of the chapter is taken
rom the high school department of
kho city graded school. A delightful
turkey supper was a main feature of
the evening. Those present were Loon |
Dodsou. .Tamos Todd, Richard Dun
ap. Job Little, Eugene Harnett. Rut
edge Eichelberger and Sam Dolt,
At the home of Mr. anil Mrs. J. I).
HoOVOr, 4333 Baltimore Avenue, last
evening, their daughter. Miss Mabel
If, Hoover, became the bride of Mr.
Laurence Kruse, of Overbrook. Rev.
William Kruse, an uncle of the bride
groom, performed the ceremony. The
brldo wore a gown of white satin veil
ed in hand-embroidered chiffon and
adorned with cryatai trimming. Af
ter a trip South the bridal couple will
be at home June i at 6647 Lansdowne
Ajvcnue, Ovorbrook. ? Philadelphia
Mr. Laurens KruBe is the son of Mr.
John F. Kruse, a member of a well
known family of this place many
years ago. The Kruses left this sec
tion soon aftor the war, going to tho
Yesterday afternoon at 1.30 o'clock
at the residence of Mrs. B. C. Burns
near Highland Home, there was a very
beautiful wedding ,in the presence
of relatives and a few friends. The
fair young daughter. Miss Ollle Rivers
Burns was married to Mr. David Alvln
Coleman of Fountain Inn. The best
man was Mr. Clarence Abercromble of
Fountain Inn. Mr. Arthur Cannon
came in with Miss Matten Ban Brown
ing who wore handsome pink marqui
sette over pink satin and carrying a
bouquet of pink roses. Dr. E. M. Red
dick came In with Miss Lola Putnam,
who also Wore a handsome pink robe
and carried pink roses.
A song "I love you truly" was sung
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sweetly by Miss Lily May Armstrong,
then came the wedding marcb by Miss
Maude Martin. Tbe lovely little flow
er girl, Agnes Coleman strewed roses
in the bride's pathway. The bride,
very lovely in white Messaline with
pearl trimmings, veil and orange bios,
somwreath, with bouquet of tosob and
sweet peas, came in with her Aunt,
Miss Sarah Ellen Monroe, who wore
cream messaline with coral trim
mings. She carried a bouquet of white
Standing in the beautifully decorat
ed drawing room, lighted with white
caudles in handsome candelabra the
solemn words that made them one
were spoken by Rev. E. C. Watson.
A delicious lunch of three courses
was served. Mrs. George Drowning
presided gracefully at the punch howl.
Many useful and handsome presents
told of the loving esteem in which the
young couple are held by many friends
Mi. and Mrs. Coleman will be at
home for awhile on his plantation near
Fountain Inn. Later on they will
make an extended tour North.
The Drowning family, of Qoldvllle
and other relatives from Qoldvllle,
Mesdames Douglas Gray. E. L. Lang
ston and J. J. Pluss of Laurons. Mrs.
Larsons and relatives of the groom
i wore present.
Mrs. Warren Doll entertained about
7."> of her friends last Wednesday af
? temooil at a beautiful Easter party.
I The large rooms were tastefully dec
' orated, one with pink and one with
red, using pink and red score cards
and a number of pretty pol plants.
The place cards wore hand-painted
chickens, while each guest was pre
sented a dainty little rabbit as a sou
? VOIlir. .Mrs. Holt wsa assisted in re
ceiving by Mrs. Crisp. Mrs. Pool and
Miss Maggie Clardy. while Mrs. W.
R. Richey, Jr., Miss Lucy Clardy and
Miss Margaret Barksdale served deli
cious fruit punch in the hall. The
Bolt twins looked like little fnlrles
as they served pink and white cream,
cake and mints.
Mr. James Y. Wallace and Miss
Mary Alma Crews gave their friends
a surprise Monday afternoon when
they drove to Clinton and were united
in marriage by the Rev. Dr. William
P. Jacobs. After the ceremony the
bridal couple returned to Laurens and
were tendered a reception by Mr. and
Mrs. James T. Crews, parents of the
bride, at their home on Chestnut
Mr. Wallace is a popular young
man of the city while his bride is a
graduate of the business department
at Winthrop and is a lovely and beau
tiful young woman.
? LOCAL AND PERSONAL MENTION. ?
.Mrs. Caroline Vance, of Columbia,
;s visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
W. L. Boyd.
Mr. c. B. Hobo has purchased a
Bttick runabout and is now learning
to manipulate it.
Mr. 1). A. Crier, it prominent busi
ness man of Helton was among those
here tbis week attending court.
Mr. and Mrs. It. Hen Taylor and lit
tle daughter. Virginia, of Greenwood,
spent Sunday in the city with rela
A number of people from bet" among
the younger set will attend the Ora
torical Contest and dance at (ll'Cen
Mr. Ashley T. Wannamaker of
Orangeburg was hero a lew days this
week on ;i combined business and
. Mr. F. Rnrron drier, general coun
sel for the C. nv. c. Railway was In
Laurens fur a few days this week at
.Miss Annie Mae Dawson. of Colum
a, is the Charming guest of Miss Hel
en Crisp and is being shown a great
deal of attention.
Miss Nannie Kate Hudgcns is in
Washington attending the National
Convention of the Daughters of the
Mr. 0. R. Tlmmerman, of Plum
Branch, after a pleasant visit to his
brother, Dr. T. L. Tlmmerman, return
ed to his home Sunday.
Mr. Robert 10. Copelnild who recent-1
ly returned front a hospital in Colum
bia was able to sit out In the porch
a while Monday afternoon.
Mrs. C. A. Foster, after spending
some time at the home of her mother.
Mrs. W. T. Dor roll, returned to her
home In TlmmonsvUlc Monday.
Mr. Vnncy Gllkerson, who is now
located at Florence, visited at the home
of his parents, Mr. ami Mrs. Mfc G.
Gllkerson, Sr.. the first part of this
The new El more car. bough! by Mr.
lohn M. Simmons of Mountville from
TcngUO & Tcoglte, arrived here yes
terday and has been put together ready
Mr. Henry Veargin has resigned his
position at the freight depot, his res.
Ignntioil to take effect the first of May.
it is understood that he has other pros
pects in view.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Ray have re
turned from their bridal nip to Au
gusta and other points and are resid
ing lor the present at the holUC of the
groom's mother, Mrs. Minnie Hay.
Dr. H. IS. Hughes and Dr. W. I? Fer
gUBon, representing the Lauretta Coun
ty Medical Society, attended the an
nual meeting last wjek in Charleston
of the State Medical Association.
The many friends of Mr. Messer Rabb
Will be glad to know that he is some
what improved In his condition. He
bus been confined to his room and
bed for about three weeks, und all
hope to see him out again at an early
Rev. L. m. Roper, 1>. D., pastor of
the First Haptlst church. Spartanburg,
spent a day and night in the city last
week with his father, Mr. L. II, Roper,
and other relatives here. Accompan
ied by Mrs. Roper. Dr. Roper will ?all
from New York May :i for a months"
visit to London, having recently ac.
ceptod an invitation to supply tho Met
ropolitan Tabernacle, the largest Bap
tist church in tin* world, during tho
month of May. He is expected to re
turn about the middle of June.
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Mt. Olive, April " 1. Mrs. Amanda
Redden who has been visiting the
family of Mr. I'M I'itts of llrewerton
section, returned home yesterday.
Miss Lizzie Martin who lias been
visiting Mrs. Lizzie Washington for
some time returned home Sunday.
Mr, .las. \v. Washington ami wife,
of Polzor, are visiting their son. Mr.
Mr. Luther Cooper has a sick child.
Farm work is progressing nicely
the past week, several fanners having
planted some cotton.
Mr. Clarence Martin, who has been
rigid sick Is belter.
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good values in Mantels, if you are
building or remodeling your home,
you will save money by gelling your
mantels, tiles and grates through us.
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