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? LOCAL AND PERSONAL MENTION. |
Mr. R. C. Gray spent Sunday in Au
(Mr. J. A. Coats of Friendship, was
in the city Saturday.
Mr. Isaac Owens of Rarksdale was
in the city Thursday.
Mr. J. Pat Caldwell left for Gettys
burg Reunion Saturday.
Mr. Lonza Culbertson of Madden
?was in the city last week.
Mr. White Smith of Greenville was
a visitor to the City Friday.
Mr. L. E. Corbett of Lisbon had
business In the city Saturday.
Mr. R. A. Cooper is spending this
week in Anderson on business.
Mrs. Jones Gray of Woodruff spent
tho day in Laurens yesterday.
Mr. Clilfton Caldwell of Rabun
Creek was in the city yesterday.
Mr. and .Mrs. J. B. Ramsey, of
iroartanburg, spent Sunday here.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Machen, will
spend the Fourth in Greenville.
Mr. Geo. A. Spence ofSagetown was
in the city trading last Friday.
Mr. H. Terry has returned home
after an extended Northern trip.
Mr. J. I. Chandler of Milton, was a
visitor to the city last Wednesday.
Mr. W. Carl Wharton of Waterloo
was a visitor in Laurens yesterday.
Mr. Wm. H. Moore a Princeton farm
er was In the city trading Monday.
Mr. Robert M. Wasson of Cbarleton
Hall was In tho city last Saturday.
Col. Jno. II. Wharton )f Waterloo,
spoilt the day in the city Tuesday.
Mr. W. C. Razor of Cross Hill was
a visitor to tho city last Thursday.
Mr. Thud F. Moore of Sageiown
was III the city resting up Saturday.
Mr. fj. Eugene Wasson Of Laurens
Route (1, was in the city Saturday.
Miss Katherine Steppe of Spartan
burg is the guest of Mrs. R. L. Wolff.
Mr. Jno. W. Butler of Mondorson
vil^ was In the city trading Satur
(sjpt- -1 W, Drummond of Lanford,
-way, a visitor in the city last Tues
Mr. .lames YVatklns of Anderson
has been spending a few days in Lau
Mr. John Wright of Spartanburg.
siient the week-end here with home
Mr. W. J. Benjamin and children
of Darlington are here visiting rela
Mr. Wm. D. Sullivan, the Tumbling
Shoals Scribe, was In the city yes
Mi. W. Nat Austin of Trinity Ridge
section was In the city on business
Mr. John 1). Blackwell of Ekom
was in the city buying groceries
Mr. Bee P. Bailey a Peo Ridge
fra/mer was In the city on business
Miss Amelia Todd is visiting in
.Greenville as the guest of Miss Anna
Mr. Elllo Babb of Rabun was
among the visitors to the city last.
Mr. Wm. P. Brown of Laurens
Route I'., wheeled it to the city last
Mr. Geo. B. Brown of Laurens
Route 4, was in the city on business
Mr. Fdd L. Pitts, and sister of
Friendship were In the city shopping
Miss Elizabeth Lockridge of Lynch
burg, Va? Is the guest of Mrs. W. 1).
MISS Both Mitchell, of Mountvillc,
was In town Monday shopping and vis
Mr. .lohn Q. Brown of Little River
had business to attend to In the city
Mr. Glenn A. Fuller of Laurens
Louie was In the city on businessj
Miss Annlo Qllkcrson left Monday
r Greenwood to spend several days
Mr. T. Jeff Crawford of Ware
.v'h?als, vicinity was a visitor in the
, ,'ity lasl Friday.
Miss Minnie Crouch, of Nowborry,
1s spending a while in the city with
Mrs. J. E. Glenn.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Smith and .Mrs.
TL C. Fuller of Waterloo were In
Mr. Zeb Vance of Hickory Tavern
was In the city on business the latter
part of last week.
Mr. Daniel Bramlett returned Fri
day after a business \isit to Eastern
part of the State.
Mr. W. Haskell Coleman a young
r (Barksdlilo farmer 'hnd lvusihrss in
the city last Saturday.
Mr Carlisle Bolt of the Rabun
Crook section was in the city Liking
"half holiday last Saturday
Mr. Joel w. Nelson of Laurens
Knute 4. was In the city attending
business ono day last week.
Mrs. Mark Ilellams has returned
j^Viome after a pleasant visit to- Mrs.
.1 M. McLecs, of Greenwood.
Mr. Geo. II. Brown a young Sage
town farmer was circulating In the
city the latter part of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Breelaud, of Allendale,
have been visiting their daughter, Mrs:
John Hicks, for sevoral weeks.
"Uucle" Prank Raniage of Laurens
Route 3, was in the city looking af
ter his business affairs Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. U. Hoff and little boy
are taking a few days outing with
friends and relatives at Woodruff.
Mr. M- F. Medlock, ot' the vicinity
of Fountain Inn, spent several days
in the city this week with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Miers have re
turned from their bridal trip and are
making their home on College Place.
Messrs. Will S. Bolt and Millie Aber
crom'bie, Hickory tavern farmers
spent the day in the city Monday.
Mrs Hart Rlohey has returned to
her home in Florence after a pleasant
visit to Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Richey,
Mrs. G. B. Greene, of Anderson has
been spending several days in the city
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. C.
Mr. L. B. Blackwell has returned
home after attending the State Print
ers Meeting held in Charleston hist
Mrs. Lewis Meng, Miss Emily Meng,
and little Misses Nancy and Bernice
Meng are spending several days on
the Isle of Palms.
Mrs. Dick Richardson and children,
of Pineville, are in the city visiting
Mrs. Richardson's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. 11. Sullivan.
Miss Lillian Cook, of Rock Hill,
Is the guest of Miss Lillian Miller
this week, they having attended Win
throp College together.
Mrs. R. A. Cooper, with little Miss
Elizabeth, has gone to Princeton to
spend a week with her father Mr. .1.
T. Machen an dother relatives.
Mr. Sam Tally, of Fairfax, spent
the week-end in the city at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Poyd, Mrs.
Tally having been here for several
Sir. u. M. Culbortson, of Popular
Springs, was a visitor in the city Mon
day. Mr. Culbertson reports tin- crops
as being in fair condition in his neig
.Miss Nona Habel, of Creen Cove
Springs, Fla., is visiting the Misses
Duff. Miss Pauline Wiggings, of the
same place, is expected also the latter
part of the week.
Mr. W. P. Thomason, and Miss Both
Shell, delegates to the Baraca-Phila
thi a convention in Nashxille, Tonn.,
have returned home after a most pleas
tint and profitable meeting.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Taylor have
gone to Atlanta to spend several days
with Mrs. Taylors brothers and sis
ters and to place their child in a hos
pital under the care of a specialist.
Dr. and Mrs. II. K. Aiken and Mr.
and Mrs. Wilkes leave Thursday in
Mr. Wfllkes' automobile for Hender
sonvillo where they will remain for
several days enjoying the mountain
Mr. Boss Blakeley appeared on the
streets the latter part of last week
after having been confined to his home
for some time because of the injuries
received in the railroad wreck near
Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Childress re
turned to the city last week after their
honeymoon spent in the mountains of
North Carolina. They are temporarily
at. home to their friends at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Childress.
Mr. John Crews, of Columbia, spent
the week-end In the city with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Crews. Sev
eral weeks ago he passed the state
bar examination and has been admit
ted to the practice of law in this
Miss May Walker of Atlanta passed
through 1 ?aureus yesterday en route
to Woodruff where she will spend
several days b< 'ore returning home.
She has been the guest of her uncle.
Mr. W. D. Sullivan at Tumbling
Mr. I.. F. Medlock has returned to
Iis duties at t:." Brooks Hardware
Company after having boon confined
to his home for several weeks near
Cray Court because of illness. His
numerous friends are glad to see him
able to be out again.
Mr. T. P. Monroe represented s. m.
& E. h. Wilkes & 'Company at the
meeting last week in Charlotte of the
Tri-Stnto Rotali Furniture Dealers
Association. Mr. Monroe was accom
panied by Mrs. Monroe who wil remain
In Charlotte fpr treatment for somo
Mrs. William Banks and children,
of Anderson have been the guests of
Miss Wil Lou Boyd for several days.
Mrs, Banks is very pleasantly remem
bered here as Miss Louise Vance and
during her stay here she has been the
recipient of considerable at tent ion
from her girlhood friends.
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I SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. |
An announcement has been made
of the approaching marriage of Miss
Agnes Adams and Mr. William Latham
at Clover, S. C. This wedding will be
of COnsiderabl interest here, where
the bride-elect is well known. She is
the daughter of Rev. Robert Adams,
who was pastor of the Presbyterian
Church here at one time, and a sis
ter or Mr. .1. .1. Adams, of this city. The
wedding is to take place July IlUth.
On Tuesday morning at eight
o'clock at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
O. J. Kceter, Miss Viola Keeter be
came the bride of Mr. Joe P. Wharton,
of this city.
After the assembling of friends and
relatives in the Bast parlor, Rev. J.
R. Miller entered taking his place in
front of an artistically improvised
altar of Southern smllax. At the first
strains of Mendelssohn's Wedding
March skillfully played by Mrs J. 11.
Shealey, Miss Ethel Keeter, sister of
the bride, simply gowned in a dress of
white embroidered French voile car
rying a bouquet of pink roses entered,
and took her place at the right of the
altar. Following her, came Little
Mary Helen Keeter carrying tho wed
ding ring. The groom wtih his best
man, Mr. 11. ii. Henley then entered.
The bride came In on the arm of her
father. She was beautiful in a hand
some suit of king blue and carried a
most exquisite bouquet of brides
roses. Schubert's Serenade was soft
ly played during the ceremony after
which the bridal party left the parlor
to the strains of the Bridal Ohorns
from Lohengrin. Alter receiving the
congratulations of many friends and
relatives, Mr. and Mrs Wharton loft
over the Southern for the mountains
of Western Carolina. They will be
at home in Greenwood after the July
The out-of-town guests were Mr.
and Mrs. J. II. Wharton of Waterloo'
Mr. and Mrs. J. ii. Shealey, of Saluda.j
S. ('.. Mrs. C. C. Wharton and little
Miss Lucile Wharton, and Miss Lucile
Sheridan of Greenwood and Miss Ro
bocca Knight of Tarboro, N. C,
Greenville Daily Piedmont.
- One of the most delightful events
of the season was the reception given
to Mr. and Mrs. Joe P. Wharton of
Greenwood by Mr. and Mrs. w. ii.
Wharton, at their delightful country
home near Waterloo on June 28th
from ? to " o'clock. The house though
out, was docorated in ferns and
palms. The guests were reveived by
Mrs. C. C. and J. ii. Wharton. Jr.,
and urshored into the parlor which
j was beautiful in palms and ferns. In
the receiving line were Mr. and Mrs.
Joe P. Wharton, Mr. and Mrs. W. 11.
Wharton. Mr. and Mrs. J. ii. Wharton
Sr., and Rev. and Mrs. J. F. Miller.
The bride, a perfect blond, was lovely
in her elaborate gown of blue ohar-j
incuse with Bulgarian trimmings.
At six o'clock the guests were ursh
ered into the dining room hall by
Misses Smith and Henderson where a
delicious ice course was served. The
dinning hall was a scene of lovliness
in its color scheme of pink and white.
The center table being adorned with
a huge Battenberg centerpiece over
pink ami a large bowl of pink and
white sweet pens, Two magnlftcicnl
candalabras Tilled with pink and white
candles shed its soft rays over the
room. The waitresses were Lucy Wal
lace, Qonevlve Fuller and Noll Hen
derson who wore lovely white voll
dresses with huge pink sashes, At
the door little Lucile Whijrton cave to
each a dainty little souvenir a white
heart tied with pink ribbon.
?During tho afternoon refreshing
punch was served from an old fash
j ioiied vine on\nvn,\ well in n < ??':
nook of the vino covered porch by
Misses Grace Miller nud Sara Wal
lace. Tho former Wo.rO a lovely pink
mcssnllno with crepe drapery and the
latter it whlto embroidered voil ovc
yellow. At 7 o'clock the guests re
paired to their homos having oiijoyi i
the most delightful fete of the season
Miss Nellie Pool?? is entertaining
:;t a House Party this week at hot'
homo "Tho Oaks'', on North Harper St.
The guests are Misses Annie Docile
foolo of Greenville; Annie Campboll
of Piedmont; Lillian Vance, of Pol/.er;
Fttnlco Weeks, of Aiken: Mem Hunter,
of 0Wings, and Mrs. S.P. Campbell,
of Piedmont. These young people
are being delightfully entertained
during their stay.
Mi38 BellO Martin entertained a
number of young friends at her home
near Madden, Saturday afternoon.
After a few hours of social mingling
together ICq cream was served,
A marriage of widespread interest
was that of Mr. John M. Teague and
Miss Gladys Boyd. Which was solem
nized at the First Baptist Church par
sonage in Newberry last Sunday. The
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young couple motored to NoWborry
and in tho afternoon at l o'clock
wore united in matrimony by Rev. 10.
Pcudlcton Jones, 1>. I>. The young
hrido Is a daughter of Mr. .1. W. A.
floyd and is an attractive young
lady of many admirable qualities.
The groom is n mombor of tho firm
McLaurln & Teaguo, is a tine young
business man and has many friends
throughout the county who extend
congratulations. They bit Sunday
oven Ina. for Orangeburg where they
will spend some time visiting rela
? It A BUN NEWS.
Bnbun, Juno 30.?Mrs. Rebejuca
Owens nnd daughter Miss Edna vis
ited relatives in Fountain inn last
Mr. und Mrs. Stewart Million spent
Saturday night at the home of Mr.
C. A. Dabh of Eden.
Misses 'Cora Teaguo and lla/.el Boll
were tho guests of Miss Ednn Owens
Mr.- Will Holt and children spent
Sat unlay with her mother Mrs. Brown
lee of Dials.
Miss Mae Roper after spending a
week with her sister, Mrs. Thad Moore
of Madden returned to her homo Sun
Mr. Walker Cray and famil} of Kden
spent Tuesday at tho homo of Mr. T.
Misses Mae and Alllo Dabh Of Ha
'Mr. T. F. Dabb an I d ighl - M'.sses
Mac Sallle were i:i l,oureus Pat.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nash vlslb 1
her parents Mr. and Mrs. .1. D. Hum
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