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* HOLLY GROVE NEWS. *
Iholly ,Grove, Nov. 10.--Mr. C. -M.
Templeton is prepariing to erect a new
Mr.. i3yrn Brown is also building a
new hous on his place near - 1oly
Mr. and 11rs. Waldrop will leave the
Myers place and farm above town an
other year. They are good leighboris
an(d we wish for. them much success.
OF YOUR HAIR
"Danderine" creates mass
of thick, gleamy waves
In a few Ilomnelits you can 11tras
form your plain, dill flat hail'. YoU
can have it abundant, 'oft, ql nsy a In
fully of life. Jttst get -it any drir o
t.oilet couiter- a simall ottle of '.'-fn
deline" for a few eeits 'Tle noistetl
at soft cloth with) the l ' erin e a
diaw this through your hair, talini
one sm1ail1 st rand at a t lime. Instanty1'
yes, 1111meldiately, you have doublet
file beauty of your hair. It will be 1
mass, so soft, lustr1ou(s and so easy t(
do up. Al dust, dirt. and excessive oi
Let DIanderine ptt more life, color
vigor-, and brightness lin your hair
This stimulating tonie will f'eshei
your s'alp, check dan(ruff and fallinf
hai' and help yolri halai' to grow long
thick, strong and beautiful.
Takes Less Shor
Less Baking PoNw
Bread with Less
FLavo is made by a n
that retains the full nm
nut-like flavor of the
you will thank us. T
The cotton crop in our section Is
practically gathered and the price Is
still soaring. As yet our farmers have
sown very little grain.
A little woman, who with her baby,
had come from the country to take the
train asked: "Do you know of a place
where I could rest a bit?"
"Let us go it) to the ladies rest
room," we replied. So we hied us
forth; and was met by the genial host
ess, Mrs. Bagwell.
"llow nice," said our friend, "and I
feel so refreshed."
The rest room fills a long-felt need.
Darrel Templeton, after spending
exactl' two years overseas, returned
receitly, and of course all of the kin
folks gathered at grandmother's to
greet tlie returti'ned hero. After the
armistice he was stationed oi patrol
dilty at Paris. -Ile speaks French ili
.\liss Amanda Templeton, who spent
several days with relatives recently,
has taken a position at Raleigh, N. C.
(Miss Ruth Brown, with lier' friends,
MIr. anid .rs. Gentry 'llarris. of Spar
tanburg, visited her parents, 'Mr. and
Mrs. T. 11. Brown. last week.
We went to the home talent play at
the opera house Tiursday night, Nov.
(Mti, and received ilve dollars' worth of
The opening play: Columbia, by Mrs.
.1. II. Teague, accom pan ied by a coii
pany of silal girls, childre rof th:e
1'. S. A. lin the scene, Richmiond
-iles. Sergeant MeCarthy comes in
dressed in the regimentals of the
Ilome Guard. Con sisting among other
lbhings, of a long-handled tin dipper, a
fire shovel and a mohisses funnel. Un11
like tle snmall girl whose mother told
her ihat little folks m uist be seen and
inot heard, Allie 'Lee, as Sergt. .1c
Cart1hy. was making himself both seer
anl heard. Mr. I0. It. Wilkes,. as Ad
miral Shotanshell, possessed a reserv<
of wit and humor as well as acting
his part perfectly. The stars of th
troupe were Mliss 'largaret 'Wright an<
Mr. Stanley Crews in the Spanish
German spy act.
tening, Less Soda,
rder. Makes better
Work and Worry.
ew and orig' jal process
itriment an sweet,
wheat berry. ,Try it
here is nothing like it.'
Ld Hulls do
et that we
ng for cash
s Oil Mill
* K~HIGH SCHOOL NEWS. *
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The high school football team met
defeat at the hands of Greenville on
the local grounds last Friday. The
gaile While rather one-sided was in
teresting throughout. Tihe Laurens
boys shiowed signs of nervousness iI
the first half and .were taken off t'heir
feet by the 'fast rushes of Grecenville's
backfleid. Laurens did not have a
chance In the first half. 1,ut In the
second half of the game the local team
slowed a comnplete rever'sal of form
and held the Grenivilie aggregation to
one toclidown, scoreing 2 points
themsclves when a G'reinville man was
tackled back of their own goal line.
Ily far thle best work oil either side
was .by Blakely of tile Laurens lean.
lie gained grounitd consistently, fre
quently getting away for long.gains.
IIe also playedI a star game on defenmi
ive, at times throwing the fast back
field men of' the (Greenville team for
loss. The forward passes of Easter
by were well nigh perfect but tie end.s
failed to hold tm oftentilies, wh en
right in their hands. G( odwin .was the
star' inl th line for ILautens, breaking
through several timcs and throwing
the runner for a loss. 41u t nam and
Woodside 1did excellent tackling. Glenin,
I Alurens, left end. played his best
game, his only weakness being fail
uIreit handle tle forward passes. A
large and enithillasti( crowd wit
nssed tile gailie.
Iauriis and ('lHito im oet in ('lint
tol oi Priday, Nov. it i. at -1 l. M.
Tlle high school girls' basketball
team) will mleet 11he WoodrufT girl; in
\'oodruff oni Friday, Nov. -it h). Wood
t'u'ff won the IaIst game t played bly the
two teams. but lite local girls are de
terlined that tIis shal not ha ppen
again and expect to will.
The McGowan and Delta Phi literary
societies will hold a joint meeting in
the auditorium on Friday, beginning
at I P1. M.
lion. J. E. Swearingenl, State Super
Intendent of Education, visited the
school on Friday and made an Intei'
esting talk to the pupilk in the high
school at the chapel hour.
-Mr. C. II. Lane, represen tative of
the Siltlh-lughes Federal Board for
Vocational Education, and :Mr. Verd
Peterson, 'State Supervisor of Voca
tIonal Agriculture, recently visited the
Lauirens high school to inspect, the
work done In vocational agriculture.
Upl) to date the pupils of the school
have contributed $36.30 to the Sol
diers' 'Memorial Flund. Of this amount
the eighth grade contributed $6.90 giv
en by the following pupils: Sarah K.
Barksdale, Floride 'Moore, 'Pauline
Ramage, Charlie Weeks, Wyatt Wal
drep, Robert llabb iCalvin Snyder.
lrene Wilkes, Margaret Knight. Al
Ilene Miller, Inez Cal'dwell, Mary
Copeland, .Hiubert. Kinai'd, Clauide Wof
ford, Katherine Mleng, Ruth Sullivan,
Martha Saxon, Charles Barksdale,
Nora Copeland, J. J. Adams, Ellen
Langstonl, Floell Mock, 1dmund Lake,
and'.\Miss TSaria lBabb. teneher' in charge.
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* ('ROSS 11LlL NE W'S.
C'ross 11li1i, Nov. 1 0.--A home wed'
ding of much Interest to many friends
wvas celobrated hier'e Tutesdlay, Nov. -*,
at the home of the bride's parent4, Mir,
andi Mi's. W. Ii. Leanman, when Misu
-TLeonora Leaman was happIly mtari'ed
*to Mr'. Lewils Major' of Greenwood. Thu
ceremony was a becautiful one per'
formed b~y Rev. Mir. Turnipseed, o1
Grieenwood, cousin of the groom,. Mas
ter Chauries Ihenry Le~aman, cousIn o
the brIde, acting as ring bear'er'. A
10:30 o'clock Tuesday mornIng In thm
presenice of members of the two fam
Illes, the word( was said 'which uniteu
the two In happy wedlock. After' en
joylng a d~el icious salad ('Ottrse and t h
heai'ty cotngatulations of all lpresentl
the hiappIy couple bioai'ded the 11:1
train for a few d1ays' tour. Oni thli
ret urn t hey wIll -be at home to al
calleris In Gr'eenwood. The bride 1
the youtngest (laughter of Mr'. and Mrm
William IT. Leamuan andl possesse
many excellent and wvomanly itall
ties both of mlind and hear't, while th
groom Is one of Greenwood's prioml
neat busIness mn. The many ani
useful priesents i'eceived attest thi
poputlai'ity of tir. and Mt's. Major'. He
sIdes the Ct'oss 1H111 connectIons thier
wer'e present from out of townm:M
andi Mt's. S. G. 'Major, Mr. and Mr':
J. ,R. Taylor, 'Miss Grace Taylor. Mrs
W. A. Clyde. 'Mrs. A. S. .1cmr, 'Mis
Mauido Major,. Mt's. J. M. Majotr, A.
WIlkinson. L~yl lbeaman, and Miss Myr
Leamatk, all of (;reenwood; 'li. C. Lem
mani of 'Coluimbla; WillIam '41ajor
Florence; Mrs. J. I). AustIn 'of C'lir
tin, and Mi's. J. hi. hlitt of Whlitmire.
Mutch sympathy is exiir'essed her
fotr Mrs. Leamian and clildren In thlei
sore bereavement caused by the sut
den dleathi of Mt'. James Leatman whi
was kIlled by an electric shock la.
week at ClInton. Tho ,body we
brought to C;ross 'Hill and tender'
placed to rest In iberty Spings een1
- tory Wnnnayavftnenonn lesidi
his immediate family, consisting of hIl
wife and ole child, he Is survived 1
his widowed mother, two sisters, an
four lbrothers, all of whom have II
consolation to know that liany heart
sorrow in painful regret with thel
own bereaved souls in the premnatur
departire of one whose life had bee
a joy and whose person had beenm fit
objcct of their maternal and fillial lovi
lDeath has again invaded our sectio
and taken from our 'midst a fon
mothet and loving sister. At 3:0
o'clock 'Stinday mitorn ing .\lr 's. I'luI
ienny plasel away after sever"
month1' painfl i and lingering sieb
iess. -.\1rs. I) nny had lived Iwlth hc
dau11ghter fourl miles below Cross Hi1
bit often visited lh)r son here whel
she won the vst eem) and warmli frivim
ship of tlie owin people as well as a
others Who knew lihe. She is survive
by one son, .\Mr. .1. 0. Delnny. kiormti
\layor of Cross liill, ))I now a res
dent of treenwood colilty. and oi
dauighter, Mrs. W. S. Atchison at who
ho me she lived and died. Mr. S. I
Goggains is also a brother of the I
ceased. .lMrs. Denny was ai ardei
hrist ian lady, devoted to lii fanmil
and to the faith in which she lived an
so triluiphant ly died. A failliful an
indulgent iimother, a (iltiful sister.
kind neighhor. si enjoye!(d the kinldi
frliendsh ipi aid lovo of thlo.w' aunioll
whIioni shte had spen I ler long and us
fuil life. .lirs. I)enny ,was a faithfi
imembev of the Haplist church atl
loved to enjoy the fellowship of a
Chrislani people. The funeral ai
hilaI services were held tlis \roi
day mllorting. at Itt hiabara Chure
conlduicted by her pastor, Rev. .1. 1
Lots of peolef- live it a digout 4
darknhess whle1 till they ha'4) to do
to l1un1ch1 ti holo inl the roof ian1d hoc
upward to get light.-Ashland Bugle.
ter yo taw~
edCasay Feeling. Stops food souri'ng
re ating, and all stomach miseries
'disa d "appetite. Keeps atomad
sweet strng. Increas Vitalit~i abd Pe
EA MCisthebest remed . Tens of thot
sand@ wonderfully benefited. Only costaae
or twos day to usoit. Positively
tleas of e wvill -f h~uQ ijlu9ig. a bi
today, tou WWllam
Lauirens Drug Co., Laurens, S. C
Our buyer ha:
load of fine Tenni
expecting to land
Come down and 1
can satisfy you, be
We have on la
quick sale. Get y
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'Nil before the war
c a package
during the war
f;-" ;a pack-, age
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