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* Local and Personal Mention. *
F1. P. MlcGowan, Esq., s9pqnt 'Monday
In Anderson onl profegssonal businless.
Mrs. Dick Owings spent yesterday
in (ray Court with relatives.
M.\r. and 'Mrs. Wilmot Smith, of
Greenville, spent Sunday in the city
Miss Alary Belle Fuller has returned
home after teaching in Greenville the
Mr. Earle Wilson left last night for
IllChmond, Va., to psend a few days
ri. Claud Uabb and .his mother left
last week for NIllsiitippi where they
will visit i'vlatives for several weeks.
Aiiss Lottle Sullivan, who has bee!
attendihg school in Wilmington, N.
while l viig vith her' sister, .\iti. )al
Ins, retiriined houle Saturday.
The lmIny 'rienlls of .\Mr. Tom Ia,
who is now sel ling autolobile sny.
M v!, wrv ghul to see lii m in tlie
M'r. Albert wial, who lu been at a
Ballimoie lsptal for the last m1onth
or (wn, returneIld hlomlst , week Very
much im1proved inl health.
.i's. J. I. .\Marion and children, of
Sumlter, are expWtted as guests of i)r.
and .Mrs. W. 1). 'erguson for the
Todd-IDarl I nigtol wvedding.
lisses Alpla Bolt and /I tebecca
Clark, who have been t'aclliig school
InI llorry county this year', have re
tIu'nied home for the summer.
.\r. 1). W. d'mlory, representing the,
'Louisville Products Company, manu -
facturer3 of Clean-easy "for the home
wash," was in the city Thursday visit
ing the trade.
.\ir. Brooks Swygert and Mr. Thomas
'Downey went pl) to Greenville yester
day to represent the Laurens lodge at.
the grand lodge Knights of Pythias,
in session there tils week.
Mrs. Alsey Miller, who has been
critically Ill for several weeks, showed
slight signs of imiprovemietn yester
day but grave fears were still held out
for lier recovery.
Messrs. E. 11. Wilkes, T. L.. Mon
roe, 11. L,. Clardy and 'W. P. Thomason
went over to Greenwood yesterday to
attend (he meeting of the Tri-State
Furniture Dealers convention.
.ss largaiet Warren, of Alleidalo,
and Miss Marion McFadden, of lKings
tree, are expeted to arrive in the
city today to attend the Todd-Darling
ton wedding iext \ednesday.
Mis. W. 1%. Dlarlington .lr., and Aliss
'141ey 1)arlinglon. of Allendale, will
arrive in tIhe city today to lsIt C(ol.
and Mlrs. T. D. Dallinton i unjil after
Ohe Todd-D-arlin gt on wedding.
Mi's. ilari lRiod ers alld .\11m
Jliza eth(l .kridge, of .\tlanta, will
a i. tod-y to b1kle guists of D!-. aatl
.\la 1. W. '!'. F l in ol fcr thv To:1d -
.\lisihi,C'o IhIC rliltnes tas t'i ;
Tearise arriv in th city Faurdtdy ay
m a.i-n c-il a . TPh,, I t' ( a
Jdaestlinumleii reurned .\day~ ito a-i'I
tnd tihe 'oCComeSmftetII exariieo.
woiy he beeniloatteing iimlstonei
i'ollegeC ae rtsn hoofo the lwCICLy
sunier.sAy Wolf~' a11C5 i vi ho aCiI a
year ise expd/et rid hma i'dayi.T('I
-~dr~. afte. Vact ndg sir.o Chre
Wle.whnwg spend ea dasvl'ast week
with thefm. rsfte nlapo
tr laina theba wa'rsof ti heo ciuty.'
Theyk teortapsn visit andll is a' lo.
ofC lulcftl'k. 't~i~hd~ CII '~
ardony aftr i nig chool wa here b
Iuingegpast lo wll it~ lev lior
ther hoe nPieoo'ody.T
w(' e ardomanie 'by nk.\f rn
Wle s who wl'tspend severa wii(eeks
wths toem. 1( C'l~ fCfo v
th Iitles and .\(l ~ateil ofl0y,1'
dlalana, Cuball anrd in l te hcity lat
wey lo viit lai. Mayds 'CeD.
31see.i. ilseley'' occu.iepie h
Sunday mondngandi wa hl b
lar l'cngegaWlon iofa itrete,. s
afernaot at kin'clokowith durig
theli A.en HilklnAts iddethe ofou
marlingchdaao for thl e~,alreno' barc
Tful floral trbues hiche weC~re lacedll
makio wl betsing aet upong each ool
Te WeidyndyCt, wMal met this
urg~~ sci'ily nied to attensent
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Honors, Laurens OJy Schools. *
* Session 1919-20. *
'Winner of scholarship mcdal for
highest yearly average: Nelle Jones.
Wnner of D.. A. R. medal for high
est average in American history: im
mle Lou Washington.
Winner of McGowan medal for besT
essay by member of McGowan Liter
ary Society: Caroline Holmes.
Winner. of Phil D. :Huff medal for
highest average in Latin: Nelle Jones.
Winner of 0. B. Simmons medal for
best score in military tactics: Fred
bishop and loy Childress, tied.
My lioior Roll.
The following Iupils have attained
the distinction of having their names
on the honor roll every month during
Eleventh Grade--Edna Riddle, liz
Tenith rade--Eula Blurns, Nancy
l long, Rosalle Sullivan, Emmin 1,c o
Nliih Crade--lierman Taylor, 'Mar
In Teagu e, V'ermelle Caltie, Margar
Nt Coleman, Lois Fuitiler, Allie Go.'..
nell, Martha Miller 'loller, Nelle
Joncs, Eia Mlae Marlin, Sara :Nliza
8ygert, Louise Smith, Grace Taylor,
Eh-a Taylor, .1eanie Wright.
Eighth Grade-Alliene .Miller, Wy
att Waldrep, Fred Clifton.
Seventh Grade-,Paul 'Philpot, Janic
iillies Davis, Sidney I lloms, Kailh
erine Hicks, Marie Gene Gray, Mary
0. loller, (Na'yime Franks, Thomas
Watson, Cothran 'MeCravy, Frank
illoper, .1lorace Ni .blolt, France)
Knight, 'Everett Thomas, Georgo
'\\1right, Margle Chancy, Harold llud
gens, Margaret Humbert, Clara Boyd.
Sixth and Seventh Grades-4H'ilda
Taylor, Mary Wade, Ada Catherine
Owings, William Powcr, Layton Wal
Sixth Grade-TEdith I1ellams, Ida
Mae 'ilunter, Lila Rickman, Gertrude
Sexton, Nlary Lou Ferguson.
-Fifth Grade--Afartha Power. 1lar
lowe 'Mahaffey, Mary Avery.
Fourth and Fifth Grades-Bruce
Thompson, Oscar Babb.
Fourth Grade-dMary Anderson.
Third Grade--Martha Franks, E'mily
Second Grade-Sarah Dorroh, Ma
bel Trotter, Emanuel Martin.
First Grdae--Elmily Babb.
Perfete Attendantice ad l fle' Punc ty.
The following pupils have been.
neither absent nor tardy luring tle
Tenth Grade-Eula llurns, RosalI
Stillivan, 'tmile Lou Washington.
Ninth Cradealerman Taylhw, Mar
garet Colem1an1, F.lrank Wad(, Lois Fu1
ler, Allio Gosnell, Nolle o ns ei
Eliza Swvygert, l.olise Smith.
Elevenlth Orade -\!ary Gqe
'ih h Grade-M\line' .\iller, l1l11h
1: Ilvan, Rloy Gaston, Wyatt Waldr~ep,
SeWv'omh Grade -laurie iiennely,
Pai l' hilpot, .\ar vi C wii' h an y
'I and Feventh (rades-- -lin
Sixth Gradie -.\ary jLu iFerguison,
Ida M\ae Illunter, Gertrude Sexton, bi
Fifth Grade--Lamar Caldwvell, Miary
Avery, Martha Power, Clara Sex ton
I harlowe M\laafey.
IFourtht and Fifthi Grade(s-W~illiam
Second G'rade--Saraih Dorroh,.\a
tioni lieddl, M an uel M\artin, M\abel
To'l Serve Tees and1( SanichesI(lt'.
' The 'intermedilate Chiristian En
deavors of tile First Presbyterian
chur'chi will serve Ice cream andl sand
wichies in the 0ld Mo0seley & Rolinil
builIding on thle public sqtta rc Thurm
day evening beginning at 8 o'clock,
'lThe 1)ubl1Ic is invited to attenid the en
tertainmnent and buy "of"' tile refrcsh
E ntertuainmtent at Friendushaip ChIurch,
Thel( young people of Frienldship
Pre'(sbyteI (aan ('hurchl I will give an eni
ter'ta inmien t at thle -lekory Tlavernt
sichool bilidIng .Saturday evening
\iny 29th, bot~lnning at 8:30 o'cloc'k.
Admission will be 15 and 25 cen ts. Theli
pitblic s cordially3 invitedi.
It will pay you to come manny mihles
to .J. C. Burns & Co.'s two big stor'es
In L~aitrens, and buy your spring and
summer bill s. J. C. iHurnts & Co. (elbIs
same goodls fotr less money all thei
To my dear depatrted mother, Mr s.
Clain Coopter, whose Ilife and Influtence
still live to give consolation and choct'
to het' childrmen, :na' . est a Cmies'('
Chatlotle, N. C'.,
M\ay 22, 1920.
Come to Laurtens and buy you r bill
at J1. C. Burns & Co.'s two stores.
Two big stocks to select from andl
yoit can buy very neat' everything you
needl at J. C, Burns & Co. for less
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Irs. A. S. Perry entertained the
'. K. club In a delightful manner at
the Lautrens Hotel last Wednesday af
ternoon. A number of games of Rook
were enjoyed after which the hostess
served a salad cour.e with ice tea.
-.\r. Chas. P. Fleming entertained
twenty-three friends at an el-eg.nt
eight crurse dinner Thursday even
ing in honor of Mr. James C. Todd,
who Is to he married .11ue 2nd to
Miss Claudia Darlington. The gutests
were seated arounld two talblles in dif
ferent rooms, Ir. Fleming presid ig
at one with Mr. Todd at his right.
Ir. F. 11. Caine, brother-in-law of thie
host, presided at the other. After the
l:ast cou rse the party adjourned to the
parlar, vhcre cigars we-e lit and the
rest of the evenuing pen t in con versa
I ion. Whi i atelired here a mes
sen'er lioy enteredl from a side (loor
and handed .lr. Todd a scaled box
containing a w id(Ie viariety of tie:'.
han'!k erefs. hose and other article.
useful to marricd as well asa sinaile
men sent up by tIe guests duirnig the
afternoon. Although mitch surprisld.
.\lr. To(d was able to express htisi
thanks in a few suitable words.
Mrs. Brooks Swygert gave a very
pretty party 'l ursday In honor )f
AI iss Claudia Darlington. The house
was prettily decorated in rcses and
two roolits Were set apart for playing
cards. In one room were tables for
'bridge and In another tables for
Forty Two. After the gaimes a de
lightful salad coirse with mints was
serve(. Te honor guest was present
ed with a silver tea )Oell and a collee
tion of dainty lingerie.
Friday afternoon NI lss Claudia
Darlington was again the guest of
honor at a deihflForty-Two party
given by Mrs. T. I'. Kendrick, the
house being decorated In roses an i
other cut flowers. There were six
tables of bridge and after several ex
citing gaimes were played a tempting
salad course with (coca cola) Ice ted
was servud. .liss Darl in-ton was pro
sented with a ho.x of lovely hand-made
handkerchiefs and- a very pretty
.\rs. It. Vance I-by was the hostuss
'Satilrday morning a.t an elaborat
four-coiri se luncheon In iontor of
.I Claudia Darlington. The house
.xas decorated in spring flowers, the
dinting. roomi itsevlf b i a scenie of
raro hel'.tty. A 1E'w ;, cimes of Portty
Two w;re eitoyed by the Iu"st.-,
;itytu 1i mnm- r, :"nd efter Ohw
VeIn. il(1N hointte.: liri at n~d lilt
Oil \ea Mdii S i-c. *\ (11( Acli
by '.w;it w:'h tou m: of han 't ross
hand-.d hand Mla Mrha Owf g N.r
Caot :ray anvMis .\arah Bol:'.
onr West .\an strsst Arolyn elout
log pink was Oaringd and very effective
lyr withira irofspee n o ink oses.
Ths reen~ atwer'eti .\ y Antony
Fulj5,r nd AliebtsO Mar''i~thatins ther
(Carol Graye and ll Warays noit, lr
tCaiy Boilt' anokd la aron flem.t -s
frn, Sor. ITeo m whngs.dMs il
Todd andrt arohos. R. onfderat.
.iteadenhd of l i enone lio erthteIs'
thd laenders of the counftdrayy Mad
de epiteled tatbement byo apolry
seto ake. T.\aden ('iepdublican i'ei
nros ntechuse ton Tusayttpt tho
oertes unonN tvi Wadays w(re
"tamitos"evod trmo rt
fromer wasthen ime'mber romth
ieorasentatevera SEthman mom
Sers sNortin Carolsna at Coederate
vetiea lharodth."ts ht \r
.\laddu's simila remarkie lastmweat
wud toar diproedb a majoityp of
denrtatied thatson hemohatn apoloy
tolmaki t Theid to nt'd terae I)Oaere
Theyor w-eraue tatos.Yo saymte no
dtroy the unIon, \ade ad
Tre t as anii susrded fnaly thet
'romocrat, sevneratl Souhern lie-i
h0r' soug'tying "Ye," and oher.,n
"Yhu'r al Niar."~'a aon na vl
Meissur, ohse fom craion.atstr"
Not a M oth!
Her Spring Suit is in just as good a condition as when she
packed it away last fall in her new Moth Proof Cedar Chest.
What a contrast to last spring.
Before she owned the Cedar Chest, she had a dreadful ex
perience. She put away her suit the fall before in her trunk, wrap
ping it with newspapers, because she had been told that they kept
out the Moth.
But they didn't!
When she opened the trunk in the spring, that suit looked
like a tea strainer. But she had learned her lesson.
When she bought the new spring suit, she also bought a new
Cedar Chest, and she hasn't seen a Moth from that day to this, and
isn't likely to, either.
We Have a Special Line of Cedar Chests
S. M. & E. H. Wilkes & Co:
LAURENS, S. C.
U'I'lOLDS THEl Pli-SPIE:NT11
( tin d from1 P1tiage One.)Al
he e-.n i'oater 2ixth 1''(1 D. 1ie.
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1 limbiioi Ope ts Civ d2 . n* 4 . i
Thm (.I!eIive commIIi t te-!n w mAtlm
f0r i ht'121'. co vi lowe 1t5& rn22 (' ind ih
rAan t'5he1 2 'idStes snaoil~e' : 2'' h I t 0 'Ite. 'l) hU ~ (22' I!t
emIit oiv Xomosd of)\\-ilie ,aon 1
i12.Thnrre.e assesusmnent oft heb
l"r'sst!ilat I 1. ~eti f(o i. O
.\o relton f xprssi ng o nf iden
;in Wooda l ro h W ison's (liist andt the
holek ofw the preient'so halths mligthCitn .C
hPie so retIonred s:t"e a gi
assumel~'fl leaerhip of the 'moa l!'ce- -
2 e ion. The f resolut i ona t'lere byl SiaI I thn t eniei2 n! I 1 ''i'- fr '1' 2I'2
gressna from4 as te hi rdat iistri t : hee e lo chigd t~i 10; hV'o~ 00Ie~ i~i'. 'bs L~)2
121ler t the convention02 was finlstruct-- w m n wh a e i~) 101l n t 14) 01~ : :~ )' 13 i0 ST1
&2d 'o?4telegraph. this 1to1 the 2president.2
"t02' olved That we, te llemInoc'e'thratmwr nd okr, li
the 'i'on.)1Woodrow14\\ofltson,2the' grl~t
vtred o hat and strength ini ord2)eIfri ch ' 'I tji02 h 1' fIoom' precl' l
tht hei ma l ie 1)lassume on theis~ iIltd 113er-l(C (1)0)l Ou4n (fth tc 1) ''ii(Ii o
sip alof Clt the o l f aceo t wol.'"n Sae~'i .O' ~kIiJ lfi1g'
T'hes h o lntof tol211)1 en tranchise th e iti' (Il'tflel alo ok '''' Gt At' th Pc
womenof te Stte ws deeate by
iP. P'ollock, of' Chera w, 1)0th former.'l4i~ 4 as o i; S~tlin 1s 12 4 ~w:1 I( S 1( 'iil
i'ni ted State(s 021 Leaois from Soul itoh )01 g plih 11f0i1'n)n ~ ~ )'114lI If'Il)(2'1 (t0'
Car'olinia and)4 both having v'oted on op- Whn M.loe sidte'11 edl A122 4( 2)1 Ia'' 'l3'tm iies
poside1 sides5 diuinig their tenure of )) ply t 12,Ilt 414 pd'' yriii ok12'll) o'541) iglli
(1211c0 On the0 qunest Ion. .\ir. Blenet 1., r o ok 1' o okJl) 0111li w (2. P i111!krsn i ~l
um21 01mpromoilsingly' againust suiffr'age, fo 1)1soet 1looIo ))51: in c~c 1C~I2O.-Ecin
wvhile .\I r. P'ollock Is ain ardenl'lt suII - Ili~iI(g. 1ioo~'l 011 h i x
Ipforter. The tIlt. camne at the coneli-a- gsIasdb~entetf. C~hda eebe rs ~l
:lon of Mir. Blenet's speechi 411uring - fIh 1O'd502 o 'I.l'' ~ l
whIileh .\lr1. llenet had sa1id he had o W r sI latyCi~t h OtCl'(15Is222 liI 'e1 l
chaiged suippor'ter's of suffrmago as Ibe- l hlrntoibrlwt om oea (l ~lI gna ii11P'1'neI e
lng the self-a1ppointed4 spo0kesmen0 forrl.tlroImoeoIcstor'idtr'm'. e blsn hng o2110)150iil
ther womenti. i'. lieneL had also saId GOES''SlE.Sc2If~Cgvnrglry tb o rsatog 1 lsi n
lie unders~i'tood that cer'tinl political rv"tedgs~orn ctcaGnrl fcuh
21f11t2104lf~lta 11(1boo hngng fir Icnng''olcto heW!O - ni~~a betlr w a il \'lvli then ll1~'o1111obo e\\esivly
Sthow o x o d \ vel Phwrn' adteCi nos wil e b3L'd m Th er el inr can uscom
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