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8 Local and Personal Mention. 8
Mrs. W. H. Dial has gone to New
York on a visit of several weeks.
Dr, W. B. Furman, of Owings, was
a visitor in the city Monday.
Mrs. Asa Workman, of Hopewell,
spent the day in the city Tuesday.
Miss Mario Philpot has returned to
the city to spend the summer months.
Mr. S. Ney Crisp of Mountville was
among the visitors here for the day
Mliss Francis Davis has returned
home from .Brenau College to spend
the summer vacation.
Miss Helen Jones has returned from
Spartanburg, where she has been visit
ing for several weeks.
Miss Claudia Darlington is at home
for the summer after attending
Queen's College in Charlotte, N. C.
Mrs. Dunklin Sullivan of Augusta Is
spending some time here as the guest
Miss Nell Bostick has returned to
her home in Spartanburg after spend
ing several days visiting in Laurens.
Mr. Grover Richey of the University
of South Carolina spent the week-end
here with homefolks.
Miss Hattie Gray, a students at the
Columba College, returned home for
the summer yesterday.
Miss Lillie Miller, who has been
teaching at Winder, Ga., has returned
to the city for the summer.
Mr. Ed, Clary representative of the
Cheek-Neal Coffee Co., has been spend
ing a few days in the city after a suc
cessful season on the road.
Mr. Ben Sullivan,' who is with the
Southern Power Company located near
Charlotte, spent a few days here last
Miss Esther Fowler is spending sev
eral days in Gaffney attending the
commencement exercises of Limestone
Messrs 11. W. lockner, Laurens
Darksdale, Robert Roper and Oslo Sit
greaves attended the Knights Templar
meeting in Greenwood last Monday.
Miss Josie Sullivan, who has been
teaching in Camden and Miss Sadie
Sullivan who has been teaching in
Chester, have returned home.
Mr. W. L. Stone who wont to Ruth
erfordton, N. C., to undergo an opera
tion has returned home luich imi
proved in health.
.lMiss Hlarriett Sinipson is expected
to return from Chicora college Thurs
day accompanied by Miss Mary Emma
Gee, of Crawfordsville, Ga.
Messrs C. H. Wlorkman, Ludie
Teague and harry Wilkes left yester
day for Atlanta to bring back three
Dr. R. l. Hughes will spend a cou
ple of days this week in Charleston
where he goes to attend the meeting
of the trustees of the South Carolina
Misses Margaret Dunlap, Virginia
Simpson, Mary Sullivan, Ruth McAlis
ter, I tattle Sullivan, Mary Barksdale,
LuAlal Lile and .\ary Littie have re
turnied to thlei' homie here to spend
the summler' v'acation, afrter at tendling
W\inthrop, College during the heast ses
.\i's, Cora Cox iLuens is iattpunding
thle sessions of' thle National Federa
tio'n of Women's Clubs, which are b)
ing held in New~ York City'. Mrs1iiLs
is one of the delegates from South
.\lris. Geo. R. Grnis and little da ugh
ter i' r eni' iiledl to .\ltms. Cisit's 'formei'
hlomei ini York, M~onda~y, 0on alccounlt or
tile ser'ious lil ness of' her- fatheru, Mr.
AIr. C. E. Par'ker, wiho has been in
the gover'nent Ompllloy, stationed at
C'ookyvllle, Tenin., arr'ivedi Saturday to
join Mi's. Parker, who is visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mi's. W. R. Richey,
Mr. and Mr's. W. P. Childress, Mrs.
Jiones of Fountain Inn, Mis. Welils
Clardy, Misses Annie B3e11 and Bess
*Childress, Mr. Pack Childress and Mr'.
Roy Hudgens went to Rock Hill yes
terday in motor Oars to be0 present at
the commencemenlt exercises of Win
throp College. Miss Julo Childress is
one of the graduates tils year.
Miss Rosa Gray .has returned fr'om
Columbia where she visited Miss Hat
tie Gray during the commelncleent of
Columbia College, where the latter i'e
ceived her diploma in music.
Mir. and Mrs. Sam Wilkes, Master
Sanm, Jr., and Miss Juanita Wilkes
loft yesterday through tile country for
Rock 11111 to attend the Winthrop coml
The friends of Mr. WV. 8. AleCr'ady
of McCrady Bros. & 'Chevbs, who had
an oflico here until a few months ago,
were glad to see him in the city again
the early part of the week. Mr., Mc
Crady was in the city in connection
.with the pi'oposed now interurban rail
Not So Cheap.
ni tile ad of John Davis last week,
telling jbout the excellent Davis
~Spring water, the price was put down
at' 100 a gallon, 2 for 15e but it should
be 10c a gallon straight.
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* - - SOCIETY -.. ... *
The Wednesday club was entertain
ed on Wednesday afternoon by l r
M. L. Smith at her residence on East
Main street. This meeting was devot
ed to,the study of "Local History"-as
follows: Past History, Mrs. B. L.
Parkinson; Present Problems, club
members responded; History of Wed
nesday club, Mrs. J. D. Watts; Life of
Ver'di, Mrs. Brooks Swygert. The last
number was to have been read at a
previous meeting. The members were
presented with the attractive year book
for 1916-'17. The retiring president,
Mrs. W. L. Gray, was given a rising
vote of thanks for her untiring efforts
in behalf of the club during the past
This meeting concluded the year's
work, after which the club will take
a summer recess until September. Dur
ing the social half hour, the hostess,
assisted by Mrs. J. MeD. Moore, served
a delicious ice course. Those enjoying
the afternoon were Mesdames N. B.
Dial, B. L. Parkinson, J. M. Stoney, W.
L. Gray, Brooks Swygert, ,B. L. Jones,
J. D. Watts, J. H. Hicks, W. H. Dial,
I. S. Blackwell and A. 'C. Todd.
Ware Shoals, May 29.-A very pret
ty wedding took place at the Manse
Sunday evening, May 28th, when Miss
Pearl (Yulbeistson became the bride
of Mr, J. D. Cooper. The marriage
took place in the parlor, and the im
pressive ceremony which made the
happy young people husband and wife
was performed by the Rev. J. M. Dal
las. The beautiful bride was dressed
in white, with picture hat to match,
and as the happy pair took their plac
es at the altar, they looked very hand
some indeed. 'fhe bride was accom
panied by Miss Cooper, sister of the
bridegroom. After the wedding, hav
ing received congratulations for a long
and happy wedded life the young peo'
pDe left for their home in Ekom.
A wedding of interest to the many
friends of the couple in this city
was that of Miss Nita hunter to Mr.
George Anderson which took place at
high noon Tuesday at the home of the
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. .1.
ilunter in Owings.
The ceremony was performed by
the bride's uncle, Iev W. M. Owings
of Pendleton. \its. .lohnson llunter
of Owings was dame of honor while
two charming little nieces of the bride
were flower girls. The groom had as
best man, his brother, Mr. Lang An
derson of Liberty, while Mr. Miles
lunter, brother of the bride, and Mr.
Rudolph Anderson of this city, broth
er of the groom, were ushers. The
bride was given in marriage by her
Immediately after the wedding Mr.
and Mrs. Anderson left for Raleigh,
N. C., wiier-e they will remain tunt il
lhe comp ilet ion of some w~orkl .\r. An
der-son is at plresent dloing t here ini
the line of his duties as textile ex
pert for the government, after which
they will go to Washington where Mr.
Anderson Is locatedl andl where they
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Following are the names of the Lau
rens City School teachers for the ses
sion of 1916-17: Miss Elizabeth Wan
naimakor, St. Matthews, first grade;
Miss Floride Harper, Kingstree, sec
ond grade; Miss 1la Roland, Laurens,
third grade; Miss Mary Bello Babb,
Laurens, fourth grade; Miss Mlary
lcCant, Walterboro, fourth and fifth
grades; Miss Virginia Agnew, Due
West, fifth grade; Miss Corinne Ag
new, Donalds, sixth grade; Mrs. Em
ma Roper, Laurens, seventh grade;
Mr. R. C. Hilton, Greenwood, Miss
Belle Nickels, Woodruff, Miss Lena
Wingate, Rock Hill and Miss Pauline
Hobson, Summerville, Tegn., high
school teachers; Misses Mary Simp
son, Irene Ray, and Annie Clardy, Lau
rens, Mill School teachers.
Pupils making a yearly average of
95 on deportment, 95 .on attendance,
and 90 on scholarship are honor roll
pupils. Following are their names
First Grade-Collyar Barksdale, Bil
ly Bolt, Harris Cooper, Dallas Dendy,
Orville Mc'Clenny, Alsey liller, Fred
Roper, Pinckney Sullivan, John K.
Taylor, Bruce Thompson, label Miar
ton, Harriet Bishop, Legare Black
well, Frances Childress, Elizabeth
Cooper, Hattie M1ay Dunlap, Mary Fil
ler, Letha Kennedy, larlow Mahaffcy,
Clara Sexton, Amaryllis Smith, Iar
Second Grade-James Machen, Mil
ler \cCuen, Mary Lou Ferguson, Ida
May Hunter, inez Motes.
Third Grade-Peter Lewis, Paul
Philpot, Margie Chancy, Eloise Clardy,
Jane Holmes Davis, Mariegene Gray,
Katherine hicks, Margaret Humbert,
Ada Catherine Owings, Hilda Taylor.
Fourth Girade-Jo Bagwell, Mary
Copeland, \largaret Knight, Ruth Sul
livan, iRuby Templeton, Carl Thomp
son, Charles Barksdale, Sarah Kath
erine Barksdale, Floride Moore.
Fifth Grade-Vermelle 'Caine, Re
becca Adams, Beaufort Copeland, Nelle
.Jones, Lillian Lewis, .ack \lller,
Sarah Eliza Swygert, Grace Taylor.
Sixth Grade-Margaret Lake, IEula
flu ris, Mary Owings, Etmmie Lou
Washington, flermie Lewis, Rosalie
Reventh Grade Boys-Thomas Barks
dale, Lucius Burns, Mlonteith Caine,
William Gray, Coy Reid.
Seventh Grade Girls-Flora ren
nelt, Ea mmnIe Sullivan, .\nnie Wade.
Eighth Grade-Mary BlackwelI,
Pauline Clark, Ethel ('oilier, Estelle
.\lartin, Anna Sulivan, Nash I'IIIpot.
Ninth Grade-Annie farksdale.
Tenth Grade--.\lattie Lee Riddle,
Ellizabeth Young, ('harles '1'hoampson,
First Grade-Wilmer Snod(ldy.
Second Grade-d-Eith Ilellams.
Third and Fourth Grades-Zell
Blakely, Lola Snoddy, Ilelen Boyd.
In each room a bronze medal is giv
en to that pupil who makes the high
est yearly average in scholarship and
deportment. Following are the names
of pupils who won bronze medals for
the session of 19!51.I:
lFirst gra de, Ilruce Thom pson.
Secondi gradle-lda .\ay Hiunteri.
Tirad g rade-Peter ILew is.
lFourath grade --Mary ('opel anad.
lFour th anad Fl fthI grades--\ermnelle
Fifath grade-- Sarah Eliza S'wygert.
l~xth gradle--.\Margaret Lake.
SeventhI grade boys-\l onteit h CaIne.
Seventh grade girl s--EmmanIc E1u 1i
E'ighthi grade, Sec. 11---.\lary Black
Eighth grade, Sec. P-Lhaurenos
Nmith grade-AnnIe Barksdalec.
Tenth grade-Rebecca Lake.
First Grade-Wilmer Snoddy.
Second grade-EdIth HoIllama.
Third grade-Ruth Free.
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REV. I. 0. LEE TO WATERILOG.
Young Baptist Minister of G4reeniille
Accepts Ca'ud to This Countty.
Greenville, Many 27.-R. 0. Lee, a
teacher in the public schools of
Gireenville since 1913, has -resigned
his position, to necept the pastor'ate
of twvo churches, and to become prIi
cloal of the Waterloo, S. C., school.
Mir. Lee was recently calledl to the
Cross Hill and Waterloo Baptist
churches, and accepts the C all of these
charges and also the tener' of the posi
tion as principal 6f the Waterloo
Ils work in Gr'eenville has been
successful. Hie was for' a time prini
cip~al of the Central gr'ammar' school,
andl during the past session, was
pr'incipal of the Chicora Grammar
school, There ho taught the seventh
IRev. Mr. Leo is a 4"urman gr'adu
ate, and is regarded as an eflcient
teacher and preacher. fle was re
cently re-elected to his Iposition in
the public schools of Greenville.
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