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tay Ae.' g ul tI 3 l\. intjLropesed( withl it
proIuSIou o pink vciiiarny roses. 6ix
smail ia(etstitis on whien had been
iniliated vases filled with 'jerns and
Pink roses were placed at Inteivals
aloutnd toe chancel over Which Was
suspended a beauLiful white basket
Ailled .With ferns and ink roses. All
1his made a littisi; background before
which il! COUl)' t00d to piiglit their
J.1o,1g lI)UOt u tue it:r11 10or tL cer1'.
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1i00 Of tile 1O-08.r-um1 iilld tiney Were 101
lowed 1) the 0 uIrC ii l1 S, MessIs.
\\ Uaim it. LtIrtingtonD, Jr., Mir. R.
Vance %rby, Mr. It. Jleniiing Jones and
Ili.. W. Duorrob Jel:guson. .I'ollowing
them ('came tile six b'iiesmilaids, Alisses
.\larion .\l caddel. o Kingstree, Ala
garot 'Vafren. of AlIlenda le, Elizabeth
ILckbridge, of1 Atlaltat, jil lali '1 odd
and Car'olina Y Fleming, of iLauirenis. and
.\lrs. W. II nri y Fi'anuks, of Lur]ns,
wearing pink satin dresses and car
ryilg large bouqluets of pink roses.
'Tley ascended the r'ostrumii and form
ed a seIlli-clircle above the altar. Then
cLe the matrons of honor, Mrs. V. D.
Ferguson, aunt of .the bride, and 'Irs.
Thonuts D. Darlington, ImothCr of the
bride, In gowns of .pink brocaded satin
and carrying pink roses. They were
followed Ihy the damie of honlor, .lrs.
.1ame0s C. Todd, onlyI sister of the
bride. who wore her Ivory satin wed
ding gowii elaborately trimmed in
point bice and pearls ande carrying
pink roses. 'i'lie mad of honor, little
Ali s 4I1ura Vince Joncs, in an exceed
ingly becoilig dress of* pink taffeta,
'amn n'xt and o( oki her 'place near
the altar. Sli was followed by ihe
dIainy little flower Pils, .\Misses
22 *Itin*r i)rnton~ ania Laur \'anc
Marin i .pink 2, ik m .4.adc~r
r;ated bats~~ol f lb- withi lon iwmi',
toI te'. zinAth( pathly, of i tesbide.
I-asetlyhg ieer dte br'ie, who never 20
v. 2C1e thle .ei1 ilum th d o l;;il >rr
Jcg tercmiV25 ell teromvIC) I hid brolaer
F"ol lowliig thle church cer'emony .Air.
anid -Mrs. lDarlington gave an elaborate
r'eceptioni In honor01 of the brldpe and
gloom at the huandsomie home1 on ir'by
avenuti, -where a large number' of
friends called to extend congratula
tIons and to vIew the handsome array
of paresents which had been sent, them,
conspIcuous among which was a full
chest of siiver', a gift of tihe bri'de's;
paren&tts. The house was lovely in dec
orations of cut flowers and ferns,
1)ink and white being the predominat
ing color's used, Throughout the
hiouis silver candelabras held *Jink
lighted candies, which threwv a soft
glow over the scene. lDuduig tih.e e'.
Ing lee cream, cake and mints weree
ser'ved. After the reception ,the .hlapply
couple left for a bridal tip to 'New
Orleans and upon their return willl be
at home in G1reenvillle.
Thct brIde Is the eldest dlaughter' of
.\lr'. and1( Mrs. TPhos. D). Darlington and
hler lovable dIsposItion and bright and
cheerful mnanner' has won her scores of
friends wherever she Is knowvn. Mr.
McCradly Is a nativo of Charleston, a
member of the well-kniownr family of
the name In that city, but now makes
his headquarter8 in Greenville where
hie Is tihe repi uuntativo of a lar'ge
IBirmingham~ stei manufaturlng cor
por'ationi. At 0nW ta no he as,. lo...
Ia LAUrbbs, where he has Ynany WaYtU
One. of 'the iprettiest of the Tall wed
dngs In LIaurens, and of special inter
est to saany friends throughout the
State,. was''solemnized at high noon on"
Novemlber _i7th, In the Pirst Methodist
Church; -when .Miss Sarah Hance Bolt
becale 'the, bride of Mr. Barney F.
Owens of 'Dunbarton, S. C.
Pettding the ceremony, Miss Hat
tie 'Gray accompanied by Mrs. Chas.
11cks at the organ sang, ",tHer *Rose,"
ard' ."I Love You," followed by the
'Rridal Chorus from the "Rose Malden,"
'rendered by Misses -Hattle Gray .and
Jennie Shealey, and Mesdames i.. 'R.
Aiken and M. L. Roper.
At the first notes of the Lokangrin
Wedding 'March, Miss Jane Owens of
Dunbarton, entered with -Mr. W. C.
Smith, Jr., of Wliliston, followed by
Miss 'Marie -Blackwell, 'of 'Parksville,
with Mr. Robert Owens, 'of iDUnbarton,
and Miss Sadie iHarter, <of fairfax, with
Mr. Carter 'Price of U1narowell. The
bridesmaids wearing moill4h costumes
of blue charmouse and lave 'and carry
lig' yellow -chrysantheumis. Then
came as dames, Mesdames F. P. ratiu
of Greensbmo, N. C., and W. It. Richey,
Jr., of Laurens, the handsome sisters
of the bride, exquisitely gowned in
brown eburneuse satin .and gold lace
with 11trge lileture hats, and also Car
rying yellow chrysaithemminus. .\li-s;
Mary Sullivan, a life loing friend of the
bridt, then came as maid of honor in
b1o -eharmniese and lace with pictire
hat and an armful of yellow chrysant
themiums. Misses Sarah Hlichey and
Mary Parley Todd, in dainty dresses of
y3ilow organdile. seattered flowers in
the patlway of the bride wIo was a
picture of girlish beauty as she enter
ed 'Upon the armll of her' father, ir.
Jin F'. Bolt. IVr dress was a stylish
ly tailored brown veldeen with Iisk
hat and accessories to match, and she
worse a corsage bouquet of lillies of
'the valley and orchids.
z\t the altar, artistically decorated in
wilte and green with a background ot
'ferns, the bride was met by the groom*
with his best man, Mr. Martin Best, of
11arn-well. Rev. A. H0. Holler, pastor
Gttie'First, Methodist church, perform
ed the ceremony, using the ring ser
vice, the ring being carried In the pet
als Of a' large yellow 'chrysanthenum
'by Niss'Nancy Owens of Dunbarton.
'To 'Mendblsohns Wedding 'March,
'the'hi-idtil party left the Clutrch. The
bapy couple at once %t-Al'ng upon
their wedding journey.
The bride, as Miss olt, is greatly
dmired and beloved in her native
town, and carries with her to her new
home, the best wishes . of hosts of
friends. She is a graduate of Colum
bla College in 1918, Qnd' is a talented
nusician. The groom is an alumnus of
3lemson, class 1912, and is a prominent
young business man of Dunbarton.
rie presents were numerous and
hiandsome, attesting the populartiy of
thae contracting parties.
The out of town guests for the wed
ding 'were, 'Mrs. Mae Owens, Dunbar
ton; Mr. I-utson Owens, Dunbarton;
Mrd. Jno. W. Crews, of Columbia;
Mrs. Frank Dorroh, Mr. and Mrs. .F.
1). Bolt, Miss Bess ;Bolt, Mrs. Langdon
Brooks, Mrs. Adolphus Owens, Mrs. J.
B. Owens, Mrs. Frank Bolt, Miss
Claude Gray, and MIss Margie Ropp,
all of Gray Court.
Messrs. John Carey Bolt and Leoin
Yeargin of Gray Court, with Messrs.
Stanley Crews and Nat Kennedy of
Laurens, acted as ushers.
Sunday afternoon, November 141,
Miss Bessie Moore, of ilils city, aid
Mr. .1. T. 'Robertson, of Lake City,
:were happily married at Gray Court
iI the presence of a few friends. ~ihe
bride is a daughter or Mrs. Ella Moore,
of tis3 city, and for a number of years
has been in the etnplov or Switzer
Colpa ny, where she lhas madv many
friends by her even ten mner and at
tractive personality. Th ig romi is a
native of 1ho Gray Court secti lon. hut is
now manager of the Coca Cola plant
in Lake City 'ald a rising htmsines; marn
of thal city.
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Clinton, S. '., Nov. 2::
-An event \i enthusiastic interest to
a wide circle of friends was tihe mar
riage of Mis JulIa I lodges Owem and
Dr. Ruft'4 arle Sadler on Saturday
evenIing at the lWirst P reb)Yterial
chulmrchl. This w as one of the most
heatu t ifil -weddings ',ver solcmnImized in
Th'le church-el was decoraledl inl trail
inmg ivy, intersporstil witi ferna,
white rhrysantlihemums and 'tall Iloor
candelahna studdutl with dozens of
candles, and formedl a lovely setting
for the wedding.
Promptly at 7 o'clock begun the
Imusical jivogram, ieuwttifully and skill
fuly rendered by Mrs. Ferdinand Ja
aobs, Jr., at the organ. To her accom- c
paniment Mr. 'Irvin Coleman sang c
'Sunset," and 3liss Emniie Robert- i
son "Some Day When You are Mine." r
At the first .strains of Lohengrin's
Wedding March, entered 'Mrs. Eliza- c
beth Caldwell of Greenville, gowned in E
white lace and wearing a corsage of f
pink rose buds, and Miss Mary Ruth f
Copeland, gowned in pink taffeta with I
a corsage of white rose buds. With
grace and girlish dignity they slowly 3
lighted the myriads of candles on the I
altar, which furnished the only lights
during the ceremony. Next entered
the ushers, lessrs. Win. P. Jacobs, t
Win Balley Owens, lobt. S. Owens I
and Dr. St. Clair I-lays.
Follow ing the ushers came the
bridesmaids, Misses Doreas Mason, I
Carrie Sadler of .Rock 11111, Helen
Bailey and 'Mary Barksdale of Laur
e1s, wearing lovely frocks of pale
pinli princess taffeta and silver acces
:orie::, anld earriied botiquets of vale
'n ar1n1 t 1(1ations showered with swan
sonlia. ''lhey. weire followed by tile
1 n me00111A n. ilessrs. .3. MI. C. Ha rks..
(laid1. W. A. .lOinson. \'in. Neville and
-Jack Crawford of Hoch Hill.
l i'Asea M1ay and Nancy Owens. sis
ler and row'in of the bride were Iaids
of hionu;. They enlitered togetier,
e:ring hiansome gowns of deepi plig
Itfin'' j. ih i, . IHm trPimings ad
eanr i1r, lovoly boiiCUs of Ouhellhi
'sll. 'T e (aile of lonor, irs. I\i\ -
rlon (.,o!t of lIshopville. another sir.
1er o Ith bride, was gowned i r
11 h 1 '1'1*ta n'id carriekd masses of
pi' w n lta w i~oIott
lor l i- aCCom)Van?1;d hF itelran
es Bailey in a white lace dress with
butterfly bow of tulle, carrying a
lniature bouquet brought in the
Ing nestled in the heart of a rose.
The dainty flower girls who pre
eded the bride were little - Dorothy
cott of Bishopville and Mary Oirearley
mith of Greenville dressed in #piquant
rocks of flesh georgette .with tulle
The bride entered on the ari of her
oungest brother, Edgar ,Owens. Her
lond beauty was greatly enhanced by
gown of duchess satin trinmned with
panish lace and worn with 'court
rain. She carried a lovely bouquet of
oses showered with valley lillies.
"he groom with his brother, Mr. Hlope
;ad-ler of Rock 1ill as best man, met
ter at the altar and an impressive ring
eremolny was performed by Dr. Alex
Lnder Sprunt of Charlcston, assisted
>y Dr. Dudley Jones. ,
Immediately after the ceremony a
)rilliant reception was held at the
ifmle of the bride's parent.
The guest.; Were met by .\r. and all's.
Am. il ey Owens and Dr. and '.\Ms.
lair 1-lays. The bridal party together
vith thl bilde's parei ts, Mr. and .lrs.
OV. E. Owens, receIvcd their friends 1in
hd living- roonm, which was beautifully
Ircorated in yellow ch1r3'santhemummns
Illd yellow Illc. In the samlie room
he guests were rc(Ilested by Mis s
",lizabeth Caldwell, Mary Rinth 'ope
l 1d, Messrs. Ca riton\ Winn anl .1 ohn
'Neville to register their names in the
i1tio"; hook. The gift roomi Was
'tiraelly r'csided over 4y Alrs. J. A
I Ily an Mi rs. J. I Copeland, Mr.
T'om Crawford and .\Miss Aurmelia
Vance. Mrs. loward Caldwell and 'Mrs.
A. M. Copela g. In the dining roo1.
which was bed tiful in pink and white
Ars. w. B. Owens, Sr., Mrs. R.'11
Vance and Mrs. itobert S. Owens, as
listed by a number of little girls,,ni 4
bers of the bride'b Sunday school
Aalas, served cream, cake and iniuts.
Little Misses Virginia , and Frances
,3ratt pinned bows of white ribbon
on the guests as they gracefully di
rected them to the sitting room, where i.
Misses Emma and Alliene Hipp, Evle
Shands and Mrs. It. N. Young served
them with fruit punch. Dr. and Mrs.
Sadler left on the midnight train for
Florida. After the first of December
they will be at home in Clinton.
Mrs. Sadler is the daughter of Mi.
and Mrs. WV. E1. Owens and is much ad
mired in Cl intonl where she has al
ways lived. She graduated from Win
thro;, CAloge in IS and atterwa-t,
held a responsible position in Wash
ington in Senator Tillman's office, rc
turning here later to aceepit a siminr
position with the Dixie Filour and
Grain Coni any. She is a very accom
plished and charf-mig girl. liked Tor
her graeoRs mIann,11er and sincerity.
iHur marriage is the ovcaiaon of coum
0.- ong atu tions an(l all :sorts of
Ihle groom is a suce( ssful younl"
ru!ggist of the city and since coming
a te yc'. ye.:;o jofl loek 11111
theron;iy g-if lied himself in
a huine: ;:d :'o0o1l vay and
h!,ld! in high rtl of host.. If frienu .
F'reshi 31e(1 s.--. nd4 to us for fre
ivats, lish and oy' ters. Cty Maik 11,
WAREHOUSE NO. 28
STATE WAREHOUSE SYSTEM
Located on my farm has room for one hundred and
fifty bales of cotton. All receipts are signed by State
Warehouse Commissioner and are negotable anywhere.
Rates 60c Per Bale Per Month.
Route 4 "L. M. BEACHAM Phone 85
Thanksg'ving will soon be here and with it the joyous feast that
that day always brings. It is thoroughly in accord with the spirit of
the festival that your home should have an atmosphere of hospitality.
This means that your furniture should be of the best. How about your
dining room, isn't it a little shabby? And that overstuffed suite that
you've always meant to replace, ksn't now the time? Let us show you
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will wonder how you ever got along with the old.
With the extremely low prices we are offering there is no reason
for you to deny yourself the things you need to make your home just as
9ou desire it---there has never been shown a larger or more complete
stock of beautiful home furnishings than we are now displaying--n-com
pare our prices and the quality we offer and you will decide that we
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always glad to show you.
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