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TO SUPPORT LOAN
Btirring Appeal is Sent Out by
Heads of Thirty-five Na
tional, Interstate and State
A atirring appeal to American farm.
Mrs to maintain their wartime prece
dent of patriotism and loyalty in the
Snpport of the Fifth Liberty Loan has
ben issuod by the heads of thirty
've national, interstate and state
"To make your participation in the
Victory Liberty Loan both in money
and service, the measure of your de
arotion to Ole great cause of democ
'racy" is the cause for which these
arm organization leaders, headed by
. N. Tittemore, president, American
Society of Equity of Madison, Wis.,
ye sent a message to all farmers
LW1 the country, as follows:
T. the Farmers of America:
"No finer patriotic service was ever
rendered than when the farmers of
pAmerica, short of labor, credit and
(farm supplies, still grew the hicreas
ed crops without which we could not
.have won the war. The farm women
and children gave their labor in the
fields and the farms sent more than a
million of their best to join the col
ore. The more that is known about
the war, the more gloriously our fari
ers' part in it will shine.
"The Victory Liberty Loan Drive
begins April 21 and continues until
"May 10, We appeal to you, farmers of
America, to Jinish what you Itave so
'well begun. Make this loan as superb
a success as the war crops you have
raised. See to it that the farmers
lead in putting the Victory Loan over
, "Make your participation in the
VICTORY LIBERTY LOAN both in
,money and service, the measure of
your devotion to the great cause of
democracy-the democracy for which
many of our boys have made the su
preme sacrifice. Let your subscrip
tion and your effort be both an of
fering of thanksgiving for the return
of peace and the means by which the
world may measure the strength of
I your patriotism and your deternina
tion to see to it that the war shall
not have been fought in vain.
"J. N. Tittemore. president. Amer
can Society of E'.quity, Madisol, Wis.
"Grant H1. Slocum, president. Na.
tional GTeaners' Association, Detroit
"John J. Farrell, president, National
Creamery Butter Makers' Association,
iit. Paul, Mifnn.
"N. P. Hull, president. National
Dairy Uion. Lansing. Mich.
"Milo 1). CnIpholl, president Na
tional Milk Producers' lederation,
"John B. Kendrick, president, Am.
erican National Live Stock Associa
tion, 1'. S. Sonate.
"J. it. Kimjble, presidentt, Farmers'
National Convress. Port Doposit. Md.
"A. C. Townley, proesid.nt National
,Nonpartisan Longtue. St. Pml. Minn.
"C I. Hi. Gmstaf(on, president, Nebras
hka Far-mers' Un ion. 0Oma ha, Neb.
"Arthur Capper. cha~tirman, Far mers'
National (Conmmiit tee on War lFinance,
"B3e"*lamoin C'. '\1arshi. seretary
FTinanen, WVashinupian. 1). ('.
ers' National (Council, Stat, 'einte,
Tee-tor, l"arnwrs' Nat ione ('ounil.
's. Jr. I ,fwllV . mthair iN'w Y'oirk
'Agr''ltura! Oru'anization Soci('ty.
"'.1. W'\. I 'nena' f',rmeri' sme'r't ary.
Fideration . . -wiil. arn''-rs 'of An
(ican.N N*w '''rk. N. Y.
can Assoc Iion for .\Criaent'r'l IL'l
ipsiat ion, \I ii. W .m
"C(harli'' S. P.:'em 'I pr a h. -
tional IFarmeri-' U'ni.n, Union City. Ga
"'.J'hn .\ .~ W S aran m ...iin
ers' Ui n rat \'ir'in a. ii e br \lt ' .
"'R. D. ('natajr. inr' al0 nt, iy w '
League, New Y-rV ey
"G(iffordl 'i-'hol pre a. P enni~
gylvaniLa Rural Promre' As " ociation.
"'('hial's.\. t.xman, ' a'''tary.No
tional floard of l"arm Org;anization.
"'Maiurice Mc'Auliffe, iar'a'ah nt. State
Fiarmiers' Union of Ktaes, Sa ina,
"J. W. Shorth ili, soerietary, x Naional
Council of iFa irrs' Co-opernative As
sociations, York. Neb.
"Charles W. Ilolnman, seu'ir'tary, Na
tionah (Con fereunce on Marketing andl
Farm Credits, Madison, Wis.
"JTohn D. Miller, director, Dairy
men's Lengno, Susquneha10nna, Pa.
"C. (1. Patterson, secr'eliry, Tnter
mountain Association of Sugar Bent
Growors, Salt Lake City. Utah.
"Henry C. Wallace. se cre'tary Corn
Belit Meat Producers Association, Des
"Richard Pattee, secretary New
England M ilk Producers' Association,
"E. A. Calvin, Washington repr-esen
tative, Cotton States Official Advisory
Markettesg floard, Washington, Dl. C.
"John C. Ketchum, master, MichSb
man Btate Grange. Hastings, Mich,
is attending Laurens graded school,
were at home with their -parents for
the week-end. Also Misses Mary Hig
gins and -Nannie Lanford.
Mr. Augus 'Brown, of Hampton coun
ty, spent the week-end at Mr. C. L.
Waldrep's. le has just returned from
service overseas and is a friend of
one of our teachers.
The Central school had a pleasant
little entertainment Friday night, and
music by Miss Kathlene Pulley and
her mother; afterwards selling ice
cream and realizing a neat little sum
of money for the improvement of their
Mrs. C. L. Waldrep is contemplating
a visit to Winthrop College, to attend
a free course of training and demon
strations in the interest of Rural Im
provement association, to be held there
iMiss Florrie Lanford, of WoodruPf
visited Miss Carrie Lou liiggins Sun
Mr. Ernest Gault and family, of
Fountain Inn, visited Mr. and Mrs. J.
13. Williams Sunday.
,Mrs. I. 1-1. Hunsinger has returned
to her home in Gastonia, after a pleas
ant visit to her parents, Mr. and 'Mrs.
). 'M. Harlan.
-Mr. Oscar Thomas and family, of
Arcadia, spent a few days last week
Miss Bertha MeAbee has been spend
lig a few days with her sister, Mrs. J.
Mr. J. T. Burgess and family went
to Lamrons to see his mother, who has
been very sick.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Parson,
April 23rd, a son.
* LANFOD NEWS. *
Lanford, April 28.-Rev. Miller de
livered a very helpful message to his
people at both morning and evening
services and explained the'Centenary
drive now on in the Methodist church.
M1r. Lee Langston and family, of
Laurens, -were greeted with pleasure
by their niany friends at the Sunday
morning service. We are glad to re
port that MAr. W. D. Patterson is great
ly improved and able to be out of his
room on a rolling or invalid's chair.
We hope to see him soon in his usual
Place at church and 'Sunday School.
.lrs. J. R. Patterson has been spend
Ing some time at the bedside of her
mother, Mrs. Nannie Martin, who is
seriously ill at present.
Nisses Alargaret, Mary and Eleanor
Druciniond entertained quite a number
of their little friends and schoolmates
very pleasantly with an auto ride,
fishing, music and ice cream refresh
ments Saturday afternoon and night.
-.\lrs. Drummnond is always giving tile
little folks lots of pleasure. Those
enjoying their hospitality were: Ma
zelle Bobo, Lily Mae Cox, Pauline and
largaret Waldrep, Lenora and Annie
.lae Patterson and Josie, Lona 'Mel and
Leonede Williams. They caie home
Sunday morning a delighted little
We are preparing a play for the
school by the local .talent, the date and
program to be announced later.
<lr. Baxter DeShields of Spartan
ubrg, and Miss Grace DeShields, who
Mr. Arthur Parson, who has been in
Texas for several years, and who was
in the army for six months, has re
turned home looking well and all are
glad to see him back home again.
Woodrow Wilson School Honor
Second Grade--Margaret Cheek, ASH BASIS
Mary Caldwell, Joe Gambrell.
Third Grade-Eloise Young.
Fourth Grade--Mildred Burton, Janie
Caldwell, Sarah Cheek, Sarah Owings.
Fifth Grade-Daisy fBell Owings.
Seventh Grade-Whitney Young.
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