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Dials, April 26.-The second quar
terly meeting of the' year convened
at Dials Saturday, the 23rd. Presid
Ing Elder Steadman of the Greenville
district 'was present, preaching a ser
mon that proved of undeniable ipter
eat to the good congregation present.
At noon a bounteous and sumptuous
repast that was thoroughly enjoyed by
all, waspread on the long table under
the spreading trees. An fhour after
lunch was devoted to telI business
Ineeting. The charge 4eems to be in
good shape, the report from the vari
ous churches being rather good.
Our Sunday afternoon Mr. Stead
man again occupied the pulpit at this
place, preaching as usual, a splendid
sermon free from all ostentatious
display -but reillete with earnestuess
Mr. and Mrs. Phillips, of Greenville,
spent the week-end with homefolks
Mrs. Ernest Armstrong and little
son William Stewart, of Fountain Inn,
Mrs. David Peden and little David, Jr.,
aIso of F ountain Inn, wore the week
end guests of their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Dunk Curry.
Miss Lilly Thomason, of 1Honea
Path, came over for the week-end,
which was spent with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. John Thomason.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Gillespie and
children, accompanied by little Mary
Catherine Davis, of Greenville, were
the week-end guests of relatives here.
Miss Fannie Brownlee has returned
from a ibrief visit with her sister. Mrs.
W. S. Solt, of Hickory Tavern, who
has recently returned from Dr. Hays
sanitarium at Clinton, where she un
derwent a serious operation.
Mrs. dl. Y. Simmons has recentlyro
turned from a delightful visit with
relatives in Greenville and Williams
The members of the recently or
ganized -Epworth iLeague enjoyed their
first social -meeting Wednesday even
Ing. The "blues" were hosts to the
"reds." the League having divided
into two teams in an effort to secure
new members. The competition w'as
keen betweei the rival teams, the
"reds" however, ,proved victorious and
it was up to the "blues" to entertain
the winners N-ith a party, the affair
being held in the school house, which
-.resented a pleasing sipectable with
.its bright ltghta and tasteful decora
tions. Under the leadepship of Miss
Co-i Owings, the League President,
ssisted by a loyal corps of workers
wearing dainty little ribbon -bow-knots
of bl-ue, the party proved a anost en
Joyable one. Games, contests, im
promptu talks, and stunts were
"ipulled'off" to the amusement of all.
Delightful refreshments consisting of
cake and strawberry ice cream were
served during the evening.
Those present were: Mrs. 'Ena Har
is, Misses Cecil Owings, Marid Sim
nons, Dewey Armstrong, Sallie '.
rownlec, 10mmia Harris, Alt~a Camp
11, Nannie Campbell, Clara McCall,
ula Mrae 'Henderson, Laura Hellams,
atte Abercrombic, Maroello Satter
Id, -Lilly May Graydon, Ora Curry,
Thomason, Janotte Thomason,
-d Messrs. I. M. Owings, John Simn
ns, 'David 'Browniee, Pierce Harris,
,,i,*mage Armstrong, Raymond Camp -
11, iBob '.McCall, Coke Curry, Frank
~ rry, Claud 'Harris, Leonard Owings,
tt Abercrombie, Willie Satter
George Thomason, and Mr. and
8.* Jess Henderson.
d~lattle Sarah Bell Brooks celebrated
g oprth birthday Wednesday after
the 20th, in Gray Court, at the
of her aunt, Mrs. L~. :R. Brooks.
~mber of little guests were invited.
swere iplayed, delicious refresh
s erved and the party was -great
oyed by all.
urp rise ma rri age occ urred at
lace last Tuesday afternoon was
t~M f 'Miss 'Hodge Satterfleld and
ed Mcoks. The young people,
panied by the 'parents of the
icentored to the iparsonage whiere
remony 'was -peorformed by the
W. Watson. Mr. and Mrs.
Iare receiving the congratula
't their friends at the home of
6 Mrs. Tim Mocks, parents of
tm, whore they will reside in
hrospitable home of Mr. and
i. . Summerol, of Hickory Tav
the scone of a very Dretty
Mturday afternoon, Aipril 17th,
ey entertained in 'honor of the
1tb i thday of their daughter, Rose
g the Blood. When you feel its
Wes the appetite, you will then
Its true tonic value.
asteless chill Tonic is simply
Qinine suspended in syrup. So
von children like it. The blood
NE to Purify it and IRON to
Destroys Mea!a germs and
by its Strenagthening, lnvigor-.
Mae. The affair was quite a surprise
to the honoree as she. knew nothing of
the party until the bey of guebts be.
'gs to arrive. All snatier of ga'me
were played, musiNo enjoyed. Then the
dining room doors were thrown open
and the guests Invited intd the staste
fully decorated room where the birth
day cake graced the snowy .board, and
were served 'with cake and peaches
Those who enjoyed the occasion with
Miss Rose Mae were: Misses qellte
Wasson, Bernice Abercrombie, Corrie
and Pearl TurmbHng, Melle Abercrom.
bie, Nannie Lee Thomason, Sarah
'Pearl Roper, Elaie May Hellams, Chr
re Bolt, Claytie and Ena Abererm
ble, Ruth Abercrombie, Nell and Grace
Bolt, and Messrs. Earl Abercrombie,
James 'Roper, Tom Thomason, Os1ear
and Erskine (Heliams, Mansil Sum
merel. Others present were Misses
Cora League, Sallie D. -'Brownlee, and
Messrs. Gudie Abercrombie and Tel
ford Bolt, and Gillite Summerel, of
The Epworth League will meet at
the church Sunday evening at 8
o'clock. All members are urged to
attend, as a splendid program -has
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Mt. Gallagher, April 25.-We are
glad to state that the little son of Mr.
Tom Duckworth, who has been seri
ously ill, is improving raipidly.
The Sunday Sohool of Mt. Gallagher
church is increasing. 'We have a Iper.
feet attendance of one hundred and
We extend congratulations to Mr.
Frank Jones and Miss Isabel Beechan
who were recently married.
Mr. W. P. aDavenport attended pray.
er meeting in the Fork section Sat
urday night, and reports a good set
We are sorry to give up our good
neighbors, Mr. John McNeilly and
family who have moved back to Wart
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Brown are happy
in announcing the arrival of a litti<
son, Winston Terry.
A singing given by Miss Agnes Mar
tin Sunday P. M., was very mue
enjoyed by those present.
The body of Mr. Tommy Adams ar
rived from overseas April 14th axc
was buried the following day at Pop.
lar Spring cemetery.
Little Miss Margaret Brown spen
the latter 'part of last week with he:
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Duckworth wis'
to thank the neighbors for their kind
ness during the illness of their litt<
The body of a gallant soldier, Mr
Perry Nix, arrived from overseas lasi
Thursday and 'was buried Saturday
afternoon at Ware Shnalej cemetery.
The gardens and corn crop arount
here show that the farmers are in.
terested in foodstuffs.
Mrs. J. '0. Martin and Mrs. J. P
Dendy visited Mrs. J. R. :Brown Sat
Mr. John Medlock is having a neil
barn .built since enlarging 1h1a corr
The .body of Mr. Lewis Mlattox har
also arrived from overseas and war
burled at Broad Mouth cemetery Fri
Mt. Gallagher and E~ureka played ay
interesting 'ball game Saturday after.
neon, the score -being 28 to 7 in favor
of Mt. Galiaghor.
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L~anford, April 25.---Sunday morning
was bright and clear and the peopl<
enjoyed two services, both morning
and afternoon by Rev. Robertson an]
The "Baptist extended~ a unanimour
call to R1ev. J. (V. Watts to the pastor
ate of their church for the remainder
of the year. We hope the call wIll
be acceptedl and the work will be of
mutual benefit andl help to both 'pastor
Our school will close Friday night
April 29, 'with appropriate exercises
consisting of one excellent play, recd.
tations, readings and songs by th<
school children. The public is cor
We had an excellent meeting of thr
Rural Improvement Association Fri
day afternoon. The topics were dis
cussed in a very impressive way by
'the faculty. The subject was money
or Thrift Problem. Miss Nina Lewir
ably handled the subject of America,
the Land of Waste.
Miss 'Burgess 'road approp~riate noter
on The 'Perils of Wealth and Povorty
-Social, Moral and S'piritual. Misi
Chapman explained the "-Proper Usei
of Money". All the suggestions were
timely and well gotten up and en
joyed. Mrs. J. R1. Patterson and Mra,
T. A. -Drumm~,1ond served excellent re
freshments, assisted -by Misses Loera
~Patteron and Margaret Drumond.
Mrs. M. W. owler, Miss Crs.
Fowler, Miss Pearl 'Rawlinson and the
lanford sdhool faculty yore guests
of Mr. and Mrs. C. -D. Cox, last Sunday.
Mrs.'J. '.' Johnson spent the week
end swith her on, Mr. B. -W. Johnson at
Mrs. J. W. Johnson is still Improv
ing and will .be at home some time
Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Johnson of Gray
Court, visited Mrs. C. L. Waldrop Sun
M1r. Hobson Franks, of Spartanburg,
Will move back to Lanford this week.
We are planning with -unusual inter
est for the entertainment of the old
soldiers. They will hold their annual
reunion with us on the 7th of May.
Every one is requested to come and
bring well tilled baskets to help make
it a day of pleasure for the veterans
of the Sixties.
Mr. and .Mrs. Franks and Mr. and
Mrs. Hanper Higgins and little son, of
Union, were guests of Mr. ad Mrs. J. S.
Higgins last Sunday
Mrs. L'11ie Rogers has returned
home after an extended visit to rela
tives in Charlotte and Lincolnton, N.
Mi. Mel Flenriv i;av returned from
a visit to his daughter, Mrs. Crouch,
at zecoyllle and In .ponding somc tio
with his daughter, Mrs. W. L. Patter
son. He is also antiei)ating a pleas
ant day on May 7th, by meeting all his
old time friends and the "boys in
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Garrett at
tended the funeral service of Mr.
Robert Hill, at Friendship, who was
a World War soldier and killed in ac
tion on the battlesleld of France and
one of the first boys to go over and
make the supreme sacriflce. A largo
crowd assembled there to pay him
this last honor.
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