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* Local and Personal Mention. *
Mr. Roy Owings motored to Augusta
aliss (Lula Dial spent the week-end
in Greenwood with Dr. and Irs. J. L.
Mr. J. Lee Langston, who is now
living In tUnion, spent the 'week-end
in the city.
'Mr. W. ). Patterson and family, of
Lanford Station, were visitors In the
Iliss Emma Cooper, of Greenville,
was among the visitors for the Wilkes
Mr. Coy Reid, who Is attending Fur
man nillversity, spent the week-end
in the city with home folks.
Mr. Calhoun NlcGowan, of Charlotte,
spent Sunday in the city with his par
ents, Mlr. afnd Mrs. F. P. McGowan.
-ir. and Mrs. .1. Lee Langston and
two cii ldren, Mary Lee and Herbert,
of lnion, spent the week-end in the
liss Mlat tie Sloan, 'Miss 1mma )on
nan and M.\iss lattie Donnan, of
Tylersville. wer shopping in the city
.Miss .1uanita Wilkes, who is attenld
ing Wintihrop. is among those who)
Caime home to attend the Wilkes
I)r. and . irs. J. It. Downey, of
Gainesville, Ga., arrived yesterday to
be present at the Wilkes-lraniks wed
ding -last night.
.\l'. Charles Pranks, of Clemson,
and Miss lartha Franks, of Win thloop,
came home for the \ilkes-Franks
weddinlg last night.
Aliss Patty Wilkes, who is attend
Sing Greenville Womian's College, is in
the city having comae down to attend
tile Wilikes-Franks wedding.
liss Flora Bennett, who is attend
Ing Greenville Womans College, spent
the week-end in the city with her
parents, 'Mr. and Mirs. .1. S. Bennett.
t~lr. .hames Ale'lnroe, Miss Mclinroe,
the .Misses .lones and ll iss Cobb, of
Ware Shoals. were among the visitors
at the Wilkes-Franks wedding last
Mr. W. 1). Nelson, a former Liatrens
boy now in the railroad service at
Etowah, Tenn., was a visitor in tle
city and county Several days hast
liss Annie .Johnston, of Chester
is among the visit.ors attending th
Wilkes-Fra nks wedding last n1ight
'Miss .lo(hmnston having been a school
mate of the bride at Winthrop.
.Mm's. .W. It. We)bb, of Nashville
Tre'nn.. and .Mi's. Annie Gamlington, o
G reetiville, are gumests of .\lr. and Air4
.1. ). Watts this -week, being amon
those who came to be resent at th
\Wilkes-Franks wedding last night.
itev. E. A. t0ollhe)'. nwstor of the l irs
Nieihodist ('huriCh, is attening the ses
sions of tihe Sonth 'aolin 'onfC
enei In .\'oll this w eek. 1lev. Ilolok
formerly preaeled n1e 'Coll an
was invited lo'n by to .njo
loonea 'at h, weire visitors for arh
tine ini the city yesterday. Thely rail
down to1 liorcns aftei' spiending~ a fe
ho r. vwit h .\i'. and Mrts. .1. 1,. Ala
rey, otf iden, andl sistr' ainud ann'
Nls' Alattie lBradley. whoi' has h1(
sick for Anite awhile.
A ipenr's ini (reen sille N ovembe lm''NIh
South I ('nro'(lina11.
ed locally in the appiearance'i of Jlo
.\le'( ormiiark, Ithe "'idol of A mii
miun' lovem's'", ini Gri'cnviilt oil S
iiriday n ight of this wveek. A ret)
senitatiive of the Gireeiivillk. C'hini
of Conun1 erce vilsited 1 aurens todany
thme interiest of the c'oincert' oni S
ur daly night . '['lerie weret scor'e
season tickets sold to I auireiis miie
hoverms buefor'e thle Galll-(O 'i d(olnd
In Octoberin, the hioldlers of whIih 1(1
atteniid thiIs comning event ini Irec
vi I. 'The managemenit of lie cone
seri es, wh l~e in Iiauriens yesterd
stated t hat t here were still a vala
'Ighit ton hun td red dlesirablle seats,
'Ithat any orders receilvrd at thle oft'
of the (Ireenville Chambler' of
mei'ce woulId r'eceive piromplt at tentIi
'This wit Ihle thle largest and~ most r
esenttit Lve galtheinig ever assem
ini the two Cariollias. P'am'ties fi
Charlestoin, Columiai, Augusta, Cl
tei', Itock I till. Ashevie, 'llender'
v'lle and intermediate piolnts will
in attendance. 'Thle Textile Hall is
lai'gest aud~itori'mi south of Phiila
'phia, hioldinig a .seatting capacity
6;,000. The accoustics ai't per
and ( inieni(ut ions p~oinit to, a cro
house in Grieenville on the 29th.
Hlmles Street. ('huirchi.
At Ilol1mes Str'eet lethodist. cli
ne,: I Sitndlav night, just aftem' the
iiiar preachming service, a churi'bh
oirence will bie hold at 'which time
voll of the church will lie read. I
lbe glad if all menmbers wvtilie pr~
.0 answer' to their names.
II. .D. Johnson, Pa
A wedding of unusual interest and
beauty was that of Miss Mary Louise
Wilkes and Mr. William Henry
l4ranks which was solemnized Tues
lay evening, November 25th, at the
irst Presbyterian Church in this city.
The church was artistically decorat
(d, tile etire altar and organ rall
being covered witi white and draped
in festoons of ivy. I1 uge pots of
gracefil ferns Were banlked here and
there and soft lights encircled the
Whole, producing a most attractive
background for the wedding party.
lefore the bridal party arrived a
musical program was rendered. .\lrs.
Robert Rloper sang "My Dear-" and .1r.
Rtoper sang "For You." 'Mrs. 1H. K.
Aiken sanig\ "One Sweet. Day." M Irs.
IAther Roper was the accompanist. at
the organ and also played tihle wedding
At. the first strains of Ilaohengiln's
wedding lymn the ushers, Mr. Oswell
Anderson and Mir. Iarry VilIkes cain'
ti) one side isle and iDr. J. II. Powe.
and .Mr. Alison I'Ce tile other. They
were preceded by Master Samue ii'l .\la
rion Wilkes, .1i., brother or the bride,
and Master .lohn A. Franks, Jr.,
nepihew of the groom, who untied the
ribbons and openied the way for the
The atlendant s were 31MIs; Illa
Todd and .\Mr. 0. 11. Simmons, 'Miss
Claudia )arlington aid Al'. .lam's
Todd, 31iss Allene Franks, sister Wf
the groom, and Mr. Clyde Fowler, Mis.
llarriet Simpson and Mir. 'Carl i Wrks
The bridemaids wore lovely driessec
of yellow charmeuse wit lli le am!
silver lace trimmings and carried bi4
bunches of yellow chrysa nt hemn
tied With yellow tulle. 'T'he dame o:
honor was 'Mrs. W. Joel Smith, cousit
of the bride. She wore an exquisitl
white satIn, artistically dralied anm
with short train, and carried an aim
ful of hig white chrysanthemunims.
Miss .uanita Wilkes, only sister o
the bride, was maid of honor, and Wa
most becomingly dressed in a giriLs
white taffeta with tulle sleeves aIn
rimmIngs. She also carriled an arnit
ful of white ehrysant hemums.
.\ . Franohs was attended by h:
brother. Ni. Charl es Franlks, and thi
mitet. tle bride and her fat her, wh
gave le' in marriage. as they caie I
he altar. letv. (' .TI. Sc4lires, liste
of the First I'resbyterialn churlch, sai
le impressive Words of the beaut if'
- marriaeureinony Inl the peec
hundreds of friends a nd irlat ives.
d Miss Wilkes was never imione attra
tivye thn on her weddi ng even it
whieni she wvore ain exceedingly da in
white sat in dress, which wai: dra'iin
tto suit heri sic el'r gir'~lih tigure,' at
lav~ce and liear'l orniamients5. 'Thle grmc
fual train hungm in st raighi fiolds fre
I the' shoulders. lIeIr veil xmas wornt'i
b ecominig coronet fashion, held
pilace biy a band of liearls oni thle foc
head and a wreathI of orange lossmi
in the hack. and fell in filmy~ folds
thle hotto lofi hier weddliing gown. S
Ii(a rriedl a shiow~er hionitnet of lbriid
ri oses and swanisoniia.
.She is thle eldest d1aug1htecr of 3
t-Samuel .\lar'ion Wilkes (it this city, a
"is a younog lady 'of most attriactive ii
nsoniality. She is a graduaite of' W
t throp college and has numbheris
friends whoti will bei iter(tedt' ini I
311. Franiks is a popiuia r younig br
t-ne s ioii(f Ilaurens and has mii
ofri endcs bothI at home and thr iough
eI the State. lie Is associated In In
iness with hiIiis fat her Mr.N. Jiohn
ilFrlianks, a piromiinent merchanit of 1.
Th''le young couplde left inuniati
~a ftr th Ile ceremiony for a short wedd
i ourn'iey'. After their retiiirn they
mi nakec lhir home withIithei'bti
fathler foir the prleset.
Binutiful i~t tnceon'ii.
Ic Satunrday' mornIng M1iss I ailIa TI
om 'nteritaiieid fouritecen frieniids of 3
'3. ary3 Wilkes at aii elegantly3 appic
r-'eight -c'ourtse Iuncheoii. 'he Todd hi
ie w"as beautifully decorated ihi ferns
the chrysanthemumtis, making a seen
rel- irai'e beauty and chiarnm. Th'lose I
of ent for the occasion besIdes the 1
ft. ess andl Miss 'Wilkes, were Nliss I
dleu riottI Sintpson, Mrts. Robert Rl(
Mrs. 10. 0. Anderson, 3Ms. WV.
Smith, of Abbeville, Mrs. M.
Roper, iMiss Grace' Logan,. of MadI
rhi Ga., Miss Jluanita Wilkes, M
.og. ClaudIa and Lucy3 'Vance D)arlinr
on-liss Carolyni Flemiing, Miss Via
the D'avis and Mrs. John Morgan, oft U
snt , For Miss Wilkes.
'Friday evening Mrs. W. Ii. M
amr i'n Mr. ie onry Martin entertainu
a charming five-course dinner party
in hono of Miss Alary Wilkes and 'Mr.
1lenry Franks, whose inariage last
e-ening wias the social event of the
seasonl. The Martin home was beal
tifully arranged for the occasion and
the evelling was a delightfulty pleas
ant one. The invited guests, most of
wv.hoi comuposed the Wedding party,
wvre .M.is's .Mary Wilkes, I larriet
Simpson. Juanita Willkes, Claidie
1)arlingtonl, U~llat Todd, 'l-ula D~ial,
(race Logan, lKatlileen 1itgreaves, Al
liile Franks, .\Its. W. Joel Siith;
Messrs. S. 'M.. Wilkes. 'Ien1iry Franks,
Varl lIarks'dalo, Cimles- Franiks, .
1H. 'ove, Ali son Lee, 1. 0. .tAnderson
and liarry Wil!ws. Assisting ill enl
terr~iing were \l, Albevrt Alial,
.\iks Sitgreaves an(] Miss Halley.
.ir. and .1IeS. Watts FEter-lialu.
Mr. and Mrs. .I. D11inkliti Wals en
tertaiLndt the Wilies--Frantks weding
party at at elaborate dinner Monday
eveinix.;. The Watts homlie, Which Is
ideally adapted to ('ntrtaining, ,was
bea1ltifully arranged for tie eveniing
and made a setting of hi emi
l-eauty. The din1ing room in Ill H-,e
orations of yellow, with yellow can
dIcs throwing soft igtIs oven linen
of rare embiroidery, was oceptlional ill
its appeal to aesthlitic tatSt . With
the place cards for each guest. was a
iuilie solvvelil conIsisting of a candy
"kciss" and c tndy eigar With words
attached T I' last Iiss from tie bride
and arewell from the grool."
.\fter dinner, which was elegantly
.erved, the party repaired to (te
(.hutrih0 t where tile reiearsal cereiony
Vas; goile through.
0 0 0
Soelial Meeting of the Business Wo
At the moltily meeting of the illusi
ness Woien's ('lb last Thursday ev
ening, it was decided to have a so
Vial meeting fill the club members
T hursi a'day evening, 1)ee. [tht from 7:20
until 10:30. The solial committee is
i tillaning a molasses caldy 11li ng,
ganlies, Pe., for the( vintertainlinent of.,
(lhe club mlemlbers,. IKvery mlemlber I'S'o
1 rgel(d to be present.
0 )tie West, Nov. 22. -Oin Thursday,
O iNovember 20, at noon, a prtty* hOm1e
ri wedding was solemnized \wtel Miss
d \'irginia Agnew of In' West andl an .
iol C;ray of* 1L.auriei's were malitrried.
I 'uoinptly at 12 o'elock to the strains
of tile wedding march from Lohenrin
jlayed by Ile bride's youilgest sister,
Vteredl as- folio".: Alisses Il andi Iillma
Ail \ntew. twin si5r (If thle bridet. Next
cam&tlie lii- brjidegrm w011 Vith hits blrotherii,
.\ )iat (Gray: then1 the bride in her1
ml taupeii neceissories anlIl Iarryinlg bride1
II in ros isl She enlll t onl il ti' r ifiher
to) 1oom. Tlin. lev. .\. 10. Iliollir ofl lii
hFist ii 14 .eho i'tch rh f a res.f
SI letd uing~ hse11I ring' tcereony.
l' ws layed.il li'latllie yas
11n1- ratul\atos thelS Pil brieglOli anrd
m- r iroom lef11t yimmed itiely fr ~a riI of
of Isevral das ntorvsi pitsy n lrba
ir Aftr. o)febe -i hl iell gollio the
hr m i Lurns
s- 'The bridec ha. madl ther hom(e (io
uttech i nC~l oth13 ci'ty and11 Wattls milAds
Joe- 1chol'Efk,(O1i,an o ile tile 1f8 mofnthe
A- hasg ofe engae in -ommunityl worky
at Wtt mtills. The1. brideoomth *ia
n. lTheii weddings anttend~letby wniy
l6es l the miate 1 familie s and fe
l losty friends1.~O i o'v~lil1Cl
.ir In aisyngmrdtom.G nsittos
Ia pav. of, 1.19e Iorie bv thIe
APleasant Home is Life'.,
Home should be more than just a plac
should radiate good cheer and fellowship;
influence in the upbuilding of children; a pl
invite your friends with confidence that your
have a tasteful and refined appearance. Wi
from which to make your selection and the
offer every one can have a cosy, comfortabl<
and we invite you to come to us with your r
ful and well made furnishings tha we are n
let us furnish the articles needed o m -
sire it to be.
S.M.& E. H. WILKES2
Help Fight Tuberculosis by joining the F
We have a fine car of Mule:
Weight 950 to 1200 pound
Mules and ages 3 to 6 years
trade you one pound of
poiund of Cotton. You can
any weight Mule for the sa
White Cotton. All Mules
be as represented--they
Tennessee kind and are w<
will take pleasure in showin
Come in and take
. YOUR DEALER FOR
e to eat and sleep. It
it should be a silent
Lce to which you can
house furnishings will
th our immense stock
reasonable prices we
, well furnished home
Leeds. See the beauti
ow displaying. Then
)ur home what you de
,ed Cross today.
s just arrived,
s. AllI mare
old. We will
[ule for one
pick our pens
me weight of
tre the good
g you through.
SS & SON