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VOLU... .X *AI S SOT" "_IOLNA WEDNE2SDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1915. NUMLBER~ 19
Methodist' Ministers For
Laurens and Other Towns
R1ev. J. 11. T. Major W'11 Iitiemain as
Pastor of the First, Methodist
Church offaurens. Important 11ap
penings at the First Meeting of the
Upper South Carolina Conference
In Spartanburg Last Week. To Meet
.Next in Vreenville.
The appointimenfts of Methodist Mlin
isters in the Upper South Carolina
Conference were ailnounced Alonday
and the people of Laurens of every de'
nominiation - werC deilighted that Rev.
J. It. T. 'Major was returned to his
charge here. Mr. Ma. )r has been pas
tor of the First Methodist church of
this city for the past two years and
during that time he has won the cor
dial frirndship and deep admiration
of the members of all congregatlolls.
Mr. .lajor wan also elected coiifcr
(nen sccretary of educat lion.
'l he following dispatch froin Spar
tanburg gives the list for thils district
and also the imporlant iappenings
during the past session of the confer
"With the aiouncement of the at)
poiltlllents for the year tile Tpper
South Carolina conference adjournedi
here to(day to imeet next year at the
liuncombe Street church in Green
ville. George C. 1lodges was today
ialled colfe'rence lay leader anid the
11ev. 1). A. ,Lwls was appointed finan
clal agent for the'Textile Indlistrial
institute. The grand total raise( for
missions was annouiced .as $38,788.
The time for the mid-year meeting of
tile presiding elders in Greenwood
was fixed for December 29. The ser
m1on today was ireached by Bishop A.
"The conference to(ay voted down
a resolution of protest against Presi
dent Wilson's preparedness policy. Ad
vocates of the resolution pointed to
the views of William Jennings Bryan
as i ncting the proper course tile
11 hu'1ld follow. Opponents of
It lution ield that President
iould be supported.
Cl es in circuit lines' were made.
In th 'Columbia distriet Warreniville
was taken from Langley and placed in
Graniteville and Vauchuse, tile name
being changed to Granileville. Upper
Richland was clainge to Richland and
Lexington Fork to Irmo. WN'a1verley
and College Place were changed to
"in the Greenville district Ruhamnah
is taken from Liberty and placed with
Central in the Anderson district.
Friendship and New H)ope in the
Pickens circuit are discontinued as
separate churches and united to build
a chlurch at a central 1)oint.
WVest Mlain Street will be taken from
St. John's and( WVest Mlainl Street in
tihe Rock 1Mi11 distr'ict to make a new
phiarge un Ider tile nlame of WesCt Mali
Htr'eet. Landaii is takeon fr'om tile
Rlclhurg cirettit an~d added to tile
Van WVyck clircuiit. Highllanid Park is
'taken from thle Rock 1ill1 circuit and
MAlhnchester Mili fr'om tile Northl Rgck
1i1l1 circuit to make1( a newv charge.
U lover Ciri' ijt loses Pht iladelphiza to
tihe North RIock 11111 circult, tis cir
cult being compllosed of Adnah, Coin
cord' and( Ph iladelphia11. Wylie Mliii
at Chester is taken from illackstock
circuit and( added to Chester Station.
The name of thle East ('hester e'lreullt
1.1 ('han1ged to I he (Great l'alls cirIclt.
"inl the Spiartanhu111rg dilstrlet Whit
nley is~ taken froml DOuca and( p~hlaced
withi DraytIon and IL'ntimlOnlt, tile
namile be(ing c'hlanged to Nor'th Splar
tailbur ig.* Saxo Xlai takenl froml tile
T1extile InuduIstr ial in:;titut' and1( placed
w Iithl D~uinan.
. The app~loinltiis ate na follows:
G reenille Distrit-M. IL. Carlisle,
.pire'sidinlg cier;i Clinton0, WV. A. Fair
ey; Easloy, .1. Di. I loller; F'ounftin
11nn. M. T.1. \Vhafrton1; (tray Court,
TV. WV. Allnnerlyn ; Greeaville, Bethlel
and Poe, W\. 11. Garrett; iBrand(on and,
*Juldoon, A. M1. Dloggeit ;, ulndointbe .
Street, P. F. Kilgo; D~unoan, i& M.
Jones, suipply; llampton Avenlu, E.
R. Mason; St. Paul, A. E. Iloiler;
South Greenville, P. Ri. Kilgo, jireachl
er'ii ela harg, 0one to 1)0 suiledl~;
West freenvlle, 5. ,. Rtogers; Green
Ville cirettit,' .J. L.. Singleton; Greor,
31JCII LOCAL INTEREST
IN 03IERCIAL, CONGRESS
Mrs. Cora C. Lucas is County Chair
mian for Laurcns County and is Also
on'tho Progrmi for an Address.
Tentative programs of the annual
convention of the S'outhern Commer
clal Congress to be held at Charleston,
S. C., December 13-17, '1915, have
been sent out. This is no doubt the
most impo'tant convention hold for
the South in fifty years. its scope Is
varied and far-reaching. It is no more
cominercial than industrial; no more
industrial thn agricultural; and no
more agricultu'rul than educational. It
is not unbusiness yet it a promoter
of business; it-Is not interested in any
educatlonal institution, yet it pro
motes research; it has no land to sell
yet it is creating a demand for land.
It is not a natiopal advertiser yet its
work prompts a wide-spread and com
pelling outburst of Southern munici
pal and real eStu.tn advertisitg. Its
(iscussions are along such lines as
the Panama Canal and its influenee
on ithe South, our harbors and Indenta
tIons, as for example, tihe fact that
the Soutli-from I tal timter to flrowns
ville exceeds the Pmific coast. by 2
n1:llcs to I and the NI( .h1 Atlantlc by
I to I; or that, of the 28,000 miles ntaV
Igable strea ins 1 ite I. S., the Soulth
ha. nefiting her 18,000 omtiti ng the
norlthern part of the .\isssippi and
t the whole longth of the Mlisouri and
The Charleston convention will Ox
pres all that is involved in the
worts "Victories o1 50 years of
peace". Te program is an immense
one covering .three days, and each
phase of lthe subjects will ho discuss
ed by a specialist. There will be ad
dti'1,ses by President Wilson; 10x-Pres.
Taft, the governors of tile Southern
States, Oscar Straus, former secre
tary of commerce and lahor, J. M.
Dickerson, former secretury of war,
W. J. Bryan, former, see etary of
state, President 1Ibbetof Ifnceton
University, I. G. lihett, Mr. Temple
Graves, Secretaries Daniel and Gar
rison, Goheral Gorgas and scores of
The Women's Auxilliary of the Con
gress will be addressed by a number
leading women of the South. Amtong
those of local interest is Mrs. Jno.
101pperson of Tennessee, president of
the Press and Autthor's Club. Mrs.
Epperson Is well known in Laurens
and occuples a prominent place Int
Mrs. .Jno. Cart is State President
for South Carolina. There will be anl
address by Mrs. 1I. Gibbon, Mrs. lar
111011 Leitding, Mrs. .1. W. Allen and
Mrs. Cora Cox Lucas, treasurer of the
Southern Writers league. Besldes an
address by Mrs. Lucas, she Is also up
on the program as Chairman from
Laurens county. These are deserved
honors to Mrs. Lucas and gratifying to
her many friends in South Carolina
The Women's Auxiliary was organ
ied by the parent body because of its
conviction that there was certain
work peculiarly fItted to woment,
Th~ose who feol Itnterested in making
thtis a gr'eatetr nation thtroughl a
greater southt, shoutld confer wIth
M rs. Lucas,
LaidIes' Intspeciti nv itedi.
Mr. J. C. Shell, managotr of J. C.
Shtell & Co., stated yesterday thtat Ito
had jtust t'eceivedl one of the mtost
modernt and servienble metat slIcers
yei, li. uiitit the uni1Let, cosatintg near'
ly thtree hundred dollars. As thte ma
chilne is such a marvel of smoothntess
andl lreision, Ito desires to have all
thte ladies of Laurenis visit thte store
an see 50 it operate. lie has thterefore
extctede an InvItatIon to them all to
come and see it as it Ist'ai ruuring the
ordinar'y cou rse of the dayi's5 busintess.
GIving 3Money A way.
Do you need any money? Well, Itf
you (d0, r'eadl.the ads otn page I welve of
thtis ipaper and go look for that cheeck.
Unl Ike sojune checks, it wIllI pass at
the bank arnd it is valued at t wo anid
onte-ihal f dollars. A. little puzz/'/le:iplay,
a little wvalkc andl the lit to check ix
.V. J. Snydert; Laurons, JT. 11. TI. Ma
Jiw'; Laurons circuit, W. HT. Lewis;
Liberty, (. IH. Hodges.; Plekens, L,.
10. Wlggltns; Pickens circuit, C. Wi,
Uurt'ecs; Piedmont, 0. M. Abnoy;
South Easloy, Wi. L,. Mullkln; Southl
Greer, F~oster Spear; Trtweler's Rest,
C. P. Car'tor; conferenbo accretar'y of
educatIon, .J. RI. TF, Majob."
Miss Martha Won Special $
B. R. Todd Came Seconc
During the Next Few W<
a Leader When the Gam
The last of the special prizes in the
great automobile contest has been of
fered and now the race is down the
course to the home stretch. In a lit
tle less than three weeks, the votes
cast in The Advertiser oflice will de
cide who is going to ride in the au'
tomobile, or who la going to listen to
the $100 talking machine, or who is
going to win the beautiful watch, or
who is going to win the $25 gold piece.
The last three weeks of the contest is
going to be the livest of thei all
and the contestant who puts forthi the
most effort in that. period is most
probably going to turn out to be the
leader when tie voles ari'e counted.
The eyes of the (11coty are iow uipi on
the contestants and when tihe leader
goes under thie rope at Ite end there
1, golto g to be m uch rejoleing oil everv
s!Ie. 'I he popu'a!nr cattliidate always
.lis Martha Fl'aniks won the qpe
clal $25 prize offered f< r (he most re
Iwals tiried In by Satirday after
iion at. 5 o'clock. Mrs. 11. It. Todd
camte second and was awarded the
second prize of $15. Other contestants'
111ade excelient scoles lir tle special
race, but these t wo carried off the
I igl honors. This is not to say, ho1w
ever, that 1this will make it easy for
them to win tile big race for, as said
above, the Iinal resul it goiiig to de
potid largely 111)011 the work (onle (r
inig tle next lbrceo weeks. The coi
test manager offers engrat uat tions to
the sue essful contestaits In tisII
race and to the others who nmdde lne
As the next few weeks are going
to prove the crucial -ones, the contest
aits and their frieids wveIf needs be
active and alert. A great many friends
of contestants have been promising
themselves and others to "put in" a
little work all during the contest. and
have not yet (one It. Unless they be
gin to get busy, It will soon be too
late for Ithen the contest will be over.
And then, too, there are a great many
who have been putting off sending In
their. subscri)>tons and subscribing
again witt, the contestants on some
prlext or another. Tie tline is past
for this kind of delay for the contest
ant would re.ther have sIllplort now
than the last. days of iie contest. The
reason fI: this Is sliiple enough. If
you pay uip now, that wIll relieve
them of the iecessity of seeing you
later or even keeping you in imind.
With yoiur subscription paid up, they
can then turn their attention to others.
A la"ge numlier of subscribers have
Auto and Outhouse Burned.
Mr. W. 13. Knight had the misfortune
last Wednesday night of losing hi1s,
niew Oakland touring car andl the barn
In which It was stored by fir'e. Both
wvere conmpletely destroy3ed, the l oss
becing abiout $1,500.00, without husui'
ance. The tire cauight when a passer
by stopped0( to borrow some gasoline
and placed the oil lantei'n too near the
W Iindow Stale.
The ".\li'lims" of the Presbyterhain
clitrieh will offer' foi' sale fancy ar'
t ieles sutitable Cor' Christ mao gifts, in
T'oidd & Simpi lson's 11 diplay wilndowv,
W nSda a~OI1 ftern'iioon, i )Qe. Sthi. NothIi
'gin Ijhe window will be prleed over'
. -npannv o yu w laue
Inpnigfor hehpyrtmas easns
tiot tor'get those tiiat are not as for
tunaite as ymu ai'e. .htst a f'ew pennies
inivested lby YQU In lRed Ci'oss Chist
maiis Seals will'hie a dleed of the sweet
est. charity and a great help) In the
fight against the (Great White Piagute.
!5 Prize Saturday and Mrs.
I. The Real Contest Comes
-eks. A Le-ader May Not be
pail up arrears, but have not paid
an.ything in advance. As is well
known, The Advertiser has been on
the paid-in-advance system for several
years, but the system was rudely brok
en into by the panic of last year. Con
sequently many got behind who should
have paid up last year. These should
now, not only pay the arrears but
enough to place ther subscription In
Contestants may now secule mail
lig lists and new subscription blanks
freim the contes;t oilice.
Vote to 5 Welock P. 31. Tuesday,
.IMiss l1ottise I3an. M.\ountville . .,0co
Mls (ira Powe r, 1.aurens .. . 0. 1,00
.r. Ctyde Teague, Moutatville ..1,00
.\i. Elston led ik. Foiuitain 1un .1,25
.\ir. . 11)m Millr, Waterloo .. ....1,00
Miss .Ju!ia .\ledlock . ..025
Miss Al mic MliIer, Waterloo .-1, 025
.Mrs \'itor Weatlher's, saurins iS .275
.iss -uha Sit11h, ILaireis .. ..1,000
iMr. Wash .Jones, Ware Shoals ..1,000
Mr. Geo. Anderson, Waterloo ..1,000
Air. WV . 11 llami1lto. Laurlens .100
Leon0ard Owings, Owings .. .. 'I.050
Wadd I fill, Owiigs ..... ..4..-1,075
M !ss Iilla Templeton, Owings . 1,000
\l's. Ellent Stoddard, Owings ..7,025
NIrs. J. A. Wofford, "Aunt Kate"
Lauiens .. ......1.. .... 0
NJiss IEtta ilirownlue, Gray Court 1.000
Nilis Ituh .iartin, (Iray Cout..1,000
.\Uss leiulaih Curry, Cray Court 1,000
NI y. Mae \Ioper', CGray (Cart ..-1,025
Miss iva Teague, Watts Mill ..1,000
.I iss Sallie Irownlee, Gray Court 1,000
.\Miss HImma larris, Gray Court 1,000
.\ rs. F. W. Mahaffey, Gray Court, -1,000
Albert Dial, Cross 1illi .. .. ..157,000
Miss Martha Wolff, Gray Court. .1,000
Miss Beth Mitchell, Mountville 1,000
.liss Dot Fuller, Mountville .. .1,000
Miss Alarie Mahon, Gray. Court 1,000*
Mi iss Sarah I)unlap, Iaurens ..10,57.5
Harley Waddell, Ora .. .. .. ..1,000
.\Mrs. 1. 11. Tdd, Daurens .. ..157,175
\iss May lIe G(arrett, Laurens 85,850
11. Mace Langston, G.ay Court . .7,050
Miss Flora Itennett, Laurens - .58,000
William Ihopkins Moorehead,
Goldville ........ ...157,050
Clarence Albright, 1Iaurens .. ..12,025
.\li. Jim Lewis, Laurens Mill ..1,000
.\Mr. J. L. Dagnall. Laurens Mill 4,000
.\iss Mlartha Pranks, Laurens 158,-175
Lawrence Pitts, Laurens .. .. ..4,025
.las. F. larney, Laurens .. ..7,000
Gary 'Culbertson. Waterloo .. ..1,000
Edd Il'inore, Waterloo .. .. ..1,00U
Gary Cunningham, Waterloo .. ..1,000
MEMBERI BOAR-D OF EXAMINERS.
31r. Albert Todd, P1rominint Locil At
torneyt', Mele'cted by) Supjremie ('ourt
for Posifioon. . . -
Mr. Albert C. Todd of the local bar,
has rcceived notice of his appintiimenti
by the State Sutpreme Court as a mem
her of the Hoard of E~xaminers for
this state. The bonard consists or
lbhree mnemblers selected by thbe Sui
preme court for the ipuripose of hold(
lng the examinationus given to thle
youngfl men (desiring ad~mittance to thle
Slate bar. Thue othler' memrbers of thle
boarid are 1". L. Wi lcox of Florence
and( WV. D). Mel ton of Culumubia.
Mr. Todd Is a me, her of' the well
hinowni law firm of Diaol ane l'Tthli antd
is one( of the'mitost lrom Inen1t attor1
iteys of thle slate. is seleelton as a
maeu em'e of this btoarid is a promtnoued
i'omptimiient to his ablit1y andt an
hionor de(lserivedlIy bed tow~ ed. Il 1 6 I
yester'iday foir Cotluia , whire lit will
rein elv('i at days hliti te semui
(lhur'chi will have their annual "'Win
diow Sale"' at Ithne l'towe I rui lom
mas:- gift.; w',ill b e sold. Thle puble~
is invltevl to make an inspect ion anid
purchase, as thle pruoceeds( ate to bet
dlevotedl to a worthy cause.
Fo(r M1t. Oli',e School,
An oyiste: ruppler' for the be hnedt. of
Mt. Oit'." .'ch'ol butilding will lie giv
en) at Mr. W, .6, 'OCoper hI's ienO
Pridaynv agtht Decemhbe- lat..u
Hl. S. WALLACE LOSES B Y FIE'.
Sunday Night. live Destroys Ills U.1
nery aid Eleven Bales of Cotton. No
Allr. Ilugh . Wallace, the well
known' Shiloh farmer, suffered a heavy
loss Suinday night when his ginnery
and contents were almost totally de
Stroyed by1 a fire of unknown origin.
The fire was first discovere-d about
midnight and had appareiltly been
burning but a short time. The ilrst
indications of it were discovered whIen
Mrs. Wallace, attracted by a reflection
on the wall, looked out of the window
aid saw the blaze. She awakened Mr.
Wallace, who rushed out. to save what
he could. The farm bell was wrung
an(1 a general alarm given, bitt in
spite of the assistance rendered by
wilLing :neighbor's and frends, the
building and' contents went ilp lin the
lit addition to the ginery and u.bout.
eleven hales of Seed cotton in the
building, four hales of lit. cotton ly
Ing ott the ground itarby were lost.
.\Mr. Wallace esti mates his loss at
around .$1,8t11. Although M.\r. Wallace
varried insurance on nearly all of
his l the I'r buildintgs, he carried noneo
01n 1 th ginnr y or the Cotton, so the
lo!.; is a toal onte.
Mr. WaHace states that ie is at a
loss as to how the tire orignatted.
There had 1b0(c no fire aboutt the gin
nery in several weeks and, so rar as
It knows, no one has ben about tle
latilding receily ex& *tittinalf antid
boys, who Were there but a few i in
utes pittntag a buggy under a shed the
day before. fie doos not smoke hinm
. f and (oes not allow Fitmoking Ott
ite prettlses, so there Was nieve a1 re
itote possibility of ile f( ire being
started frott a1 earesly Iltrow1j
iatlh. The p.innery is several itin..
dred yards from Iis rshletnce, so
sparks could hardly have Ilown Ihat
tar even had there been a Hire in the
house at that time of night. Sotme
think that te lire in iy live heenl
started by rats or may have been of
Tillm ttMoore, Sott of Mr. andt1 311-s.
Dock Moore, Died 31onday 31lornting.
Tillman loore, fihe 22 year old solt
of Mr. and .\lrs. Dock Mloore. who
live several til east of t lie city,
died londay ml'niting after an illness
of several weeks. lis dealth was fdilte
to typhoid fever. Ife l d been im
proving for several da3 s but gt'ew
suddenly vorse Sunday night and in
spite of the faithful attendance of his
physicians passed away .Aonday tmorn
The btrial services vere hold yes
terday at Prospect church, being
largely attended by rela tives alld
friends. .lt. Moore was a very lika
ble young man and had numerous
friends. Ilesides his parents, he is sur
vived by several brothers an( sist ers,
who have the sympathy of theirl (,oI
muiinit3 in their loss.
I 1EV. 5. 11. ( LbIN U ToN11 iE .VE.
lilector of thIe EiIcopal ('hurctbh fere
Jins .\'eepted ('atli to Lower0 Parttt of'
1lev'. S. 11. Guilgtnar'd, rector of the
Ep tis'opal Chutirch of Laurit ens an -
notuntced to hiis cong regat Ion last Sun-ii
day' that hie Itad( aiceptd th1 le ('all to
become t'ector' of thte ebturtch at .\oti
to leave foi' his new hotme about1I lie
fir st of .1atutarty. .\l r. (Gutigna rd's dlet'I
slotn to sake hia hotme (elsewhere' was1
receivedi wvithI deep regt'etI liere, not
onily amttong his own congr'egation0 bit
amtong thie tmember 'SOf thle ot her
churchcles. During his few year-.' stay'
here lhe and( ht4 famtily halve miade
traits antd it Is withi genutine sottow
have chtarge of the chutrchi at .\Iotttt
P'leasat a 14n abo the on' otn Fulvn
Otn inst \\'edn'sday' moring~t, ftrott
tinte unttil 'an o'tcck, thte graded
lThantksgivintg programitIt in t' '.~raded'
lihoo! :u it oriuto. At111 the en-1 of theo
between thle IThornttwe1, 'unie a .\la.
l'Tere willl be an oys~ter aopper at
Oak Gr'ove school htottse Frt'ilay it
D)ee, ?.rd. Ever'yhtody Is inv ite d to
eoome. The enter'taitnm('ny begintia
FROM 1011 COUNTY
News Letters From Many
GIVE LOCAL NEWS
InpienilJlgls of Interest to 3Many Pcoplo
All Over tle County and to 'Tioso
Who have -left the Fanily Hearth
Stone and Vone to Other States.
DIAL4S NEWS. *
Dials, Nov. 29..---- It is hard to realize
but nevertheless true, that another
Thanksgiving 113 has coIlic and gone,
and that we are now looking forwar'd
to the Christmas holidays.
I wonller how imany of' its as we sat
hn Colgeliial groups around our am1u
Ile boairds, e njdving jolly remin mis
(enso iankiving Day" siavw :tlt
to Ielinber tIle nianty to whomti this
day seiled the Salidest and loneljiest,
orfihe year. To them happy1 , memlories
of old days t'almpiled ieavil'. through
thelir ilind. *et Ceased to formli 1 joy
1111 pagealt, locolming ils,;t ad a hit
Lerly depre-;sing procelssion.
Ott. of, etir iounity did w( tliink to
share it vit h these less toltn nate,
hliougih to do so withoit. won lding ti0
ai Iready sore heart requaireu lact.
It is said that, tho grealtest4 balmll
atid pleasire cimles froi doili forl
other, yet -olle of s have never
found this out. So let uis (ry Hie ex
pelrhunlilut next TakSivin: lay, or
better ,Aill, see how 1i:1ny hearts we
can make glad during the aIpproach
ing (hrijtias holidaly.
Miss Annie Wright spent1 Thalnks
giving with homie rolk(, inl Tyl(1rsville.
Ni Iss Etla Winnt was file week-eld
guest of frien ds in Greenvill1.
Mr1. '. M. Itellais spent last week
enid witi 1 1eaives iIn the "MIountain
nr. 1). I). Dhowiiee spelnt last Sat
ilrday n1Iglit. ill Greeniille, wicre hie
took ill" W. .1. Brl'yali's lecture.
Mliss Iola Martin of lienno, sient
,'llursday, ult il Saturday w\.ith IioiiiC
Mrs. Mary Bolt of Ilickory Tavern,
returned to her home4 Satlurday, after
;, short visit with Mrs. J. R. Brown
lee and family.
Mr. and MI. 11. 1t. Owiligs ladi aus
tielir guest ''l rsday, M iss F.1mnma
Dial of Owings.
Nir. C. F. Brooks of Laurens, spellt
Thlanlisgiving (Iy with his mother,
.\1. I. . Brooks.
.Ni. Jolin Godfrey and fainily lef't
mionday for Tuxedo, N. C., where they
will reside inl the fuLture. We regret
very much their departure. We wish
for them, however, untold succe.ess inl
their new home.
The oystler supper given in the
school house reeently was a success
il every way, anl a nice sium was
A large nuCmbier fromn here attended
the .tu1rkey su pper at Eden I on Thanks
givig evening, and1( all reiport a ico
NMiss 1l0mma Iliarris spent last week
in rteetnvi lie, thle gues5t of MIiss (Cath
Mr. and Mirs. Jlulius (urry and chil
Cdreni visitedi NIr. and Mrs. WIllie Iliar
ris last Sundlay.
Mr. andI Mrs. Sam Curry. Miss Jw
dll Cuirry andI Mast er Coke spenI)t
T1ha nksgiving' day in 10noree.
Misses Nell andI Clara MIcKall wecre
in TLurens shioppling Saturday.
Mr. and1( Mrs. W. '9. Polt andit hil
dlren of 1 Iickory T,..er n, s t Sun -
Clay with tihe family of Mrs.. .1. 11.
Mr. and Mr s. llroatIhii (Gray 1.re'i the
Suntday guterts of Mrt. 8. L. Cirry and
a visit to) her' bro'Cther, .Ilas. A. HaI iir.
Mrs;. S. lIC'n O)wens ofi Gray Couri
YI a r :V h e r e.t l C a t o - i t . .l i h t I * h e r
nC re ti f ~ i Watu rd a y a n S uil-ba th . C llt
Misu Tuliter, the r!ti<'ient teauche;' of'
I the WVarior (treek school, yh. CCI
hoCmefotlkls at Grieetinood Thlankl:.iv
htoaid(ing pla1ce with Mrli. and( NIlts. C.
MrI. and Mlrs. WV. WV. Owvens enter
(Clontinued On Pnuow F'nle .