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Lou Belle B riislx.
Mrs. Henry Hendrix ie'd at the
home of her father near Mt. Pleasant,
Nov. 20, 1913, the funeral services
were conducted by Rev .J. A. Martin,
at Mt. Pleasant churdh where :her
body was laid -to rest.
She is survived by her father and
nother, Mr. and Mrs. Villiam V.
Fowler; two brothers, Messrs John
nie Moore and Wesley Fowler; liis
band and two Infant girls, besides a
host of relatives and dear friends.
She received her educattion at Mt.
Pleasant and Laurens high school.
She was a great lover of music from
her childhood, and was a real sun
beam in her disposition and was so
loving, kin( hearted, generous anltd a
pure life of anlmation and a devout
Christian She became n member of
the blt. Pleasant church ibout the age
of eleven, and was organist there for
several years, also was president of
the Young Peoples' aux-iliary of that
chureb. She was married to Mr. Hen
drix Nov. 3, 1912, by Ilev. B. P.
Mitchell, of Laurens.
She was buried In a beautiful white
shroud coverel with net, and held in
her lovely wax hand a spray of pink
geraninms. The white caskett was cov
ered with beautiful wreaths of the
rarest flowers. Six young ladies
served us 1all bearers: Misses Poralh
and Lucille Reid, Mamie Fowler, Cor
rine Workman, Annie -Iawklns and
Vivian Y1ieDaniel. They were dressed
in white, wearing large blatk ties.
Six young men acted as honorary pall
bearers: Messrs. Ehllerbe McDaniel,
Wi11ie T-eIid, Jones Cumiinghamrkiylie
Hiendrix, Willie and Eugene Hollings
The church organ was traped in
mourning, while a few friends sung
in a tow, tweet tone, ".onetime we
shall understand," and ".ust Beyond
She mas Iorl and'1; reared ut a (lear
old country home iwar Ait. Pleasant,
March 41. IWS, wIere she (lied. 1ier
father am motI reeher are faithfui Clh ris
tians am( slw was brought ur, in the
urnrtur andt admonition of the: Lord.
'lherefore he- it resolved;
First, That in her death our Young
Peoples auxihary has lost a faithful
member. That while we sustain a
great loss wt how submissively to
1lilm who doeth all thin-gs well.
Second, Our1 vontinuai anti cherish
(o rimnimranc' of her -ini her work
of faith and 'labor of love.
Third, That we tender to fie famhily
our sincere and. heart-felt syImpathy,
and may God's richest blessings rest
upon -the healt-stricken family, and
Miss Ma'm'ie Fowler,
Miss Corrine Workman,
Miss 'Hattle El arle,
FROM THE COUNTY
(Continue-d from Page Seventeen.)
dale, and Neli -McCall were the guests
of Miss Ruth 'Curry Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Bolt and clil
dren, of Hendersonville, spent Sunday
with Mrs. J. R. -Urownlee and family.
Master Coke 'Curry entertained t-he
Buds and liossomns with a candy pull
ing at the residence of his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Curry, Saturday af
ternoon. The y'ouigsters enjoyed the
afternoon very much. 'Those pres
ent were Mialude Owings, Janette
Thomason, Dewey Armstrong, Maggie
). Curry, kunic Lou Curry, Dewitt
Abereroinble, Irby Sprouse. Ralph
Ilellams, Frank Curry and George
An interesting marriage took place
in the parsonage at Gray Court Sun
(lay afternoon at 5 o'clock, the coil
tracting parties being Mr. Fred Swit
zer anti Miss Luielle Henderson. The
ceremony Was performied by tihe Rev.
I'. W. Munnerlyn amidst a large circle
of friends of ithe young people.
Madden, IDec. 5.-A pall of gloom
was cast over ou" neighborhood when
announcement was made at Sunday
school Sunday that little Clara Ruth
Osborne 'lma died early Sunday morn
ing. The syipathy of all is with the
Dr. and 1Mr"s. 'A. 1. Langston, who
have been with Dr. Langston's home
folks for the past few weeks, left last
Tuesday for Kentucky, where they
will spend the Winter with Mr. and
dlirs. Dingid, -the 'parents of Mrs. Lang
Mir. and 'rs. Percy Finley have
'ented a farm near \1t. Gal laghe 'r anld
I movedI there '31onday. Their friends
were loth to see them leave the neigh
horhood, but al! Wish them well ,in
their new homne.
Mrs. Lillian 'Iean, of Watts Mill,
is on a visit -to lier-cousin, Mrs. Walk
Morris, near here.
.11's. Della Cunninghai spent Fri
dpy with her daughter. MIs. Finley.
The -tm of ir. 'John II. Powers
narrowly escaped burning Thursday
afternoon about 6 o'clock the root
being discovered to- be on fire. The
alarm was given, neighbors respond
ed promptly and by quick work the
flames were extinguished. Mr. Pow
ers is receiving congratulations of
friends that -his loss was no more se
rious, than the loss of a few shin
Messrs. John z'nd Todd Thompson
and Lewis Profitt, who have been
-packing oranges in Florida, have re
turned to spend the holidays with
home folks here.
wMiss Genie Aiken was the guest in
Laurens Sunday of Mr. J. E. Glenn
There was a pleasant party of
young people at the home of Mr. J.
H1. Powers recently w1hen Miss Aiken
had as her guest for the week-end
the Misses Stewart and Nelson, of
Woodrow Wilson and Miss Lutle
Young, of Copeland school.
Miss Juanita Martin, who has been
travelling in Virginia and West VIr
ginia for the past few months, is ex
pected In to spend the holidays with
her -parents 'here.
Mrs. Jno. R. Finley went up to
Laurens shopping Saturday and also
-to visit her (laughter, Mrs. Frank Mlar
iWe were glad to see the faces of
our old neighbors, MIr. and Mrs. .1. S.
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FIN.\AL SET"LI"EME NT.
Tazke notice that on the 21st day of
Januairy, 191-1, I will render a final
account of my acts and doings as Ad
ministratrix of the estate of Robert
.1ones, deceased, in the oillee of the
Judge of Probate, of lAnrens county,
at 11 o'clock, a. nI., and on the same
(lay will apply fo', ' final discharge
from may trust as' dministratrix.
Any persons Ind lted to sail estate
are notilIed and requ ired to make pay
ment on that date; amnd all persons
having claihnm against sald estate will
present tie-m 0on or before said date,
duly proven, or be forever barred.
Dec. 17. 1913.--1 imo.
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