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* Local and Pgrsonal Mention.
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Prof. -W. P. Culbertsot, of Mt. Olive,
was a visitor in the city yesterday.
Miss Nell Jones leaves tomorrow
for Greenville to spend some time with
relatives and friends.
Mr. W. R. Richey- spent several days
of last week in Washington on pro
Mrls. Jamc.s -Davlz with her child and
Mrs. Mark Helains have returned
home after a v'is-It to their sister, Mrs.
J. M. McLees, in Greenwood.
Mr. -and Mrs. Ed'ward McCrady, of
Greenville, spent Sunday in the city
with their mother, M11.)T. 'D. Darling
'Mrs. John Crcr.vs and John Crews,
Jr., of Columbia, spent -several days
in the city. last week with Mr. and
Mrs. W. T. Crews.
Misses Margaret'Dunlap and Carric
Fleming returned home the latter part
of last week after attending the Con
federate reunion at Camden.
Mr. C. E. Park r, who is temporari
ly stationed at Charlotte, spent the
week-end in the city with Mrs1. Par
ker at the home of M\r. and*Mrs. W. R.
M r. W. P. iud-enj has returne'd to
his work after being confined at home
for several -weeks on account of sick
ness. Ilis fricnds' are glad to see him
Mrs. Lizzie Lee Shoolbred rnd Mrs.
E. K. HIarney, of Spartanburg, have
been visiting Mr. and Mrs. James F.
Harney for several days. Mrs. Shoot
bred returned home Monday, -but Mrs.
Harney will 6e here for some time yet.
Messrs. J. Mel). Moore, Fleming
.Jones and John WelsI Todd returned
to the city Mondag, after spending
a week nlcai: Slorganton. N. C..
or.. .fishing till. . The,_ rain inter
f"red with their p1ns Fomew'hat, but
'he' report a great tuip nevertheless.
Mr. John Motes, of Hi!h Point. N.
C.. has been- Tviting Mr. M. L. Motes
"(I other relatives here for several
''ys. Mr. Motes left this section
about twenty-five years ago and this
is his first visit back home. . He is
greatly pleased 'itit th'e chAngd con
dItions of the city since he left.
Miss. Machael Mills, of Springfield,
Ohio,, rrlved In the eity MqnsAy .af
teiii6n to''' ift 'MiNis &ibecca I'ke.
Miss Mills composed one of a house
patty with 'Miss Lake lats summer
and is pleasantly rememlbered -herd,
Miss 'Eklith Dirnes, of- Roapoke, Va.,
who was also a me'idber ot' the pai'ty
1aif oumbh iseiiiOcted to arrive the
latter part of the week. Miss Lake en
tertained at 'Br'dge for Miss Mills l'ast
Capt, MVl. .Feming, of. Lanford,
passed through the city Friday after
'oon on 'Tis Way home from attid
ance. upon the, Confederate reunion at
Carnden. Tho'veto'rn -war-thorse was
greatly .pleasd' with the recelntion
given the vets by the Camden people
and returned with a glowing account
of his -trip)., "They .had -everything .to
oifer," he s01(1, "and offered it, though
I was a little late in getting a line on
all the good things that, .were flowing,
but it wvas there."
** Quarterly MeetJing of' W. M. U.
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Quarterly meeting of First Ctvision
will be held at Haermony Baptist
Church June 4th and 5th, 1921.
~10 :30.2Dvotioat Mor.nFred Cook.
Greetings-Miss Airy Hlalcourt..
Response-Mrs. Frank Bobo.
Song Message--Mrs. Ralph Bobo.
Talks on Old Testament fearices of Giv
in~g. Mrs. Will Poble, Mrs. Lola
'1'alks on New Testament Stories of
Giving. Mrs. Arthur Roberts, Mrs.
Dircussion-Why it. is more bilessed
to give than sto receivi Mrs.
Ralph Blobo, Mrs. John Jones, Mrs.
Appointment of committees.
Lunch 'Hour. -
2:00 P. M.--Dcvotional. Mrs. Fitzhugh
D~emonstration Mission Study Class.
Conducted by Mrs. J. B3. ('ook.
Talks-Conditions Confronting Chrik
tian Women-Ae ; .We Mcetn g
Them as We Shou$i,. Mrs, Sam
Burns, Mrs. Toy Drumimond.
Song-"Jesus Calls Us"..
Sunday Morning 10 O'Ciock
Exercises by young pe(ople.
Sermon--Rev. Mr. Hood.
*The women will notice the change
in time of meeting and conmc. Officers
*of Association expected.
.Mrs. WV. .W. .cargin, Prnes.
Miss.Allio BDalbb Secretary.
lee Cream Snuiper at Y'onngs
TChere will be an ice cream suppcr
andl other amusements at Youngs
school building Saturday night, May
Mir. and Mrs. J. W. Thompson, of
this city announce the marriage of
thelr eldest daughter, Nellie Mlac, to
M'. William Spungeion Tuttle, 'of At
-anta, May 2.
11ss Eva Oxner, the attractive
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Oxner,
of Kinards, a frequent visitor to Lau
rens, and Power W. Beathea, of Co
limbia; were 'happily married at the
home.of lie oficiating minister, lHe%.
1P. F. Kilgo, in this city, Sunday af
Miss Oxner .is a graduate of Lander
College and has niany friends through
out the .tate who will be interested
itin het marriage.
Mr. Belthca is associated with the
state department of education and is
now rqerving in the capacity as a state
supervisor of rural schools. He is a
graduate of WoIffor(l college and taught
with success in the public schools of
the state for several years. A. one
thme Mr. Bethea edited the Conway
Field and also served as postmaster
at that place..
Miss Vivian Huff, who has been
-teaching in Sally for several seasons,
retutrned to the city Saturday after a
successful year's work. tBefore -her
departure ff'om Sally she was the
honr guest at several )retty paties
where het engagement and approach
ing marriir'ae to Mr. Dan 11. Sawyer,
$of Cally, were announced. The follow
ing news stories sent to the daily ipa
pers. (es4cribe two of these parties:
-Sally, S. - C., May 21.--Mtrs. H. 0.
Jone. was -hostess -to the As-YoudLike
It club Thursday afternoon at its reg
ularpmeeting. This meeting was turn
ed int, i unique. affair, a miscellane
ous shower 'in 'honor of the club's
bride-elect, :Mids Vivian' Huff. As the
guests arrived they were seated
aromtnd tftbJes where progressive heart
dicek ra's played. Miss Mary Eva Hite.
mide' the highest score while Miss
Nealy 'Williamson had the lowest. The
hosteas'-Vregentd au 'stfactive band
made bungalow apron to Miss Hite and
a. dainty guest towel to Adise William
son, bothtrlzeBs in tyr,hi;ling present
ed to the honor guest. Just a few min
autes lket as the iwedding march sound
ed from the victFqkA lit$9 elen Jones
and little Randolph Fannin'g, dre'ps'd
as bride ary bride-grpom,, brought in
a large baskt filled, with, git4s. This
collectloii o'f beautift:l gifts was set
at the feet of the bride-elect. The
guests were. t,henushered. into -the din
-ing room, where a delicious salad
course was serygd. The tapbre was at
tractively laid!ith a centkptece pf a
kewpie bride and bridegroom unde' an
arch of fern and white, daisies. 'The
pla Oce cards were miniture bridesand
bridegr'ooins'on which 'apjpeared 'this
anniounccment, "Vivian B. Huff-:Dan
hi. Sawyer, June 7, 1921." Only memn
ber's of the club wvere present with
the excp5on of three out of town
guests, Mr's..F. RI. Fanning of Spring
field, M';. William Pooser of Cameron,
and .\rs. Edwin Hendrix of Columbia.
Eally., S. C., May 20.-Miss Minnie
Eyrd McElveen assist ed *by Misses
Mattie Le~wis Sawiert, Mildred Sawyer
and Carrie Belle Sally, enttrtained, the
,hig'h spl~ool pupils in bioror qf their
Latin teacher, Miss Viv-ian Hluff, a
bride-elect of the season. The pupils
surprised the honor guest with a
shower of lovely gifts, since it was
her last night as "Miss 'Huff" -in their
town. All the, pupils entered 'gnyIly
into a contest, the object of'Ethe con
test being to make as many words as
possi~ble fi'om the names
"Vivian .Huff and Dan Sa-wyer"
Miss Carrie Belle Sally won the
prize .with seventy words in ten ii
utes. Crearri and cake 'were served
by little Misses Melba 'and Adyce Sally.
Mr. Bienj. V. Bramblett and Miss
Bleutlah Aidret, both of Charleston,
were married on last Suinday mornin'g,
R le'.. Dr. -Coleman offlc~ating. Mr.
Bramblett was reared in Lautrens coun
ty, and his many friends wvish for them
a life of much h-ai:ness and .pros
A l'leasant Surprise
Friday afternoon a baby boy arrived
to Mr. and Mrs. Thos. C. Bolt at the
home of -their mother, Mt's. Bagwell,
on Oordon street. They nantpd him
after' his grandfather, J. F., Jr.,, be
lag his official title. On the same day
the 'Federal Reserve Bank at Richmond
mailed out a check for $75 to Mr. Bolt,
being a balance (1u1 him 6n his salary
!dhch htas remained utnpaid since -he
was entployed .by the board immediate
ly after lie returned from France, Mrs
Bolt was uinawar'e that the ,balance in
his. favor remained in Richmond and
the arrival of the check at such an
ausi~iouis niomtenit was quite a pleas
ant surniie to him.,
MOUNTVILLE SCHOOL CLOSING
Play to be Given by Tenth Grade
Thursday Night and rndoatfig Ex.
creises Friday Night.
The commencement exercises of the
Mountville school will be held Thurs
day and Friday night of this week. On9
Thursday night the members of the,
10th grade will give a play entitled "A
Poor Married Man," to which the pub
lic is invited. On Friday night the
closing exercises will be 'held, the an
nual address being delivered by Prof.
). 1). Wallace, of Wofford Colege.
The following is the program of the
Invocation - - Rev. W. 0. Bodell
Salutatory - - - 'Pat Cannon
Class ilstory - - - Roy Crisp.
Music - - --- - -Mary Hill
Class 'Poem . Cleminic Motes
The Backhbone of Civilization,
Musc ----- Mary Hill
Class Prophecy - -- 'Lrena Crisp
Last Will and Testament of the Se
nior Class of 1921, Catherine Teague
Does a College Education Pay?
Valedictory - - J. W. Grant
Music - - - - -- --Mary Hill
Literary Address ;Prof. . . Wallace
Presentation of Diplomas
The following is the caf:t of char
acters of "Th' Poor Married Man":
P)rofessor John B. Wise, a poor mar
ried nan-:hlarold Fuller.
Dr. Matthewi' Graham, a country pliy
Hilly Blake, a popul-ar college boy
J. W. Grant.
Jupiter Jackson, a black trump-Pat
Mrs. lona Ford, someni mother-in-law
Zoie, her charm:ng daughter-Cath
erine Teague. *
June Graham, a little Freshman-Ber
flosaline Wilson, a college reporter
'Place-A small college town in the
. Act 1-Interior of Professor Wise's
pretty little bungalow. "Hall to the
Bride". A distant thunderstorm.
Act 2-Same scene as Act 1. Too
much mother-in-law. . It never rains
but it pours. I
Act 3-Same scene two. years later.
A happy little home. After a storm
comes a calm.
CLOSING AT MT.- OLIVE
Mtv Olive Sohool Closes Saturdaf Ev.
enig 'with Exeftifses ' Pos'fponed
From Evening Before.
Mt. Olive, May 23.-Because of the
rain, last 'riday the closing exercises
of the Mt. Olive graded school were
held on Saturday evening. The
weather at 'that time was ideal and a
large audience assembled to witness
the various features of an extensive
program. All the exercises were good
and showed thorough aind careful
training, but among those dleserving
sp~ecial mention and bestowing uinus
un- credlit upon those engaged in them
we would select "The Indian lluntress'
thrill," "Mrs. Tuibbs of Shantytown,"
a comedy-drama in three acts by WVai
ter Wien 'Hare, a pantomime, "America."
and several shorter exercises by the
While for several reasonni regular
attendiance has -been somewhat hind
credI, yet the school has enjoyed a
fairly good year and educational foun
dations have -been laid for better pro~
gress in future years.
For the second time Mt. Olive and
Iikom crossed bats on the home fieldl
Saturday afternoon with' the usua.l re
sult, 19 to 11 foi' the home boys. The
only defeat the local team has suif
fei-dc this season was forced upon
them by the splendid playing of Pop
lar Sprinigs Saturday week.
Miss Myrtle JHilli, who gedumated
from the North Greenville Bv:iet
Academy at 'Plgersville last week,
came home Saturday. Miss Myrtle is
a a-plendid studeint as attested by hei'
making the highest average in her9
school and thus winning ascoahp
in .Anderson College. shlrhj
Another marriage took place here'
Sunday evening at the home of the of
finiting minister. Dr.. J. 0. .\artin.
when o young Mr. Ciooper of Ekeim andj
MInq flii~rer ef Mt. Gallarher' were~
united .in matrimony.
'We attendlcd Sunday afte~noon. the
funeral and biurial services of Mr. John
Manly at Poplar Springs church. Mr.
Manly rwas a good citizen, esteemed
and -honored 1ly those who knew him
l-est, a Confederate veteran, and had
lived a long life of nearly 90 yearn:.
The large assemhliu'e of sorrowing
friends is proof of the relation in
which he was held by his people. R1ev..
Leonard Simprson, of the Seminary at
Jiniisville, Ky.. conducted the service.
Poor' stands, planting over, and
grass growing "'re the usual expres
sions of complaint among fa'nmers.
Our ;people-are looking forward to a'
trood I'nion Meeting here next Satui'
day and Sunday. It is desired that
there be a large anannen.
* CLJNTON NEWS *
Clinton, May 24.-,Misases Helen
Bailey e~nd May Owens returned last
Friday frpm Saxon Mills where they
taught school the past twinter.
M1r. andMrs. 'Robt. S. Owens have
retur'ne~d to .icCeIerlk after spending
several 'days n'ith Mr. and Mrs.. W, E.
Mrs'. Irvin Colemnan specnt the week
end in Greenville .with friends.
Midss Heclena - Bultmnan returned to
her home In Sumter- Tuesday.
'Mrs. Thos. Jacobs spent last Thas
dlay in Columbi.a.
Sr., ad MissClaralheket oofen ant
Nlas w e inAtlanta o bsins
nS s hour s the os es served . ( a eli
cicu saad ouro ad ht tan toth
Wi.* .. W. B. OesJr., 1S G
The C"Ide.\Omnts Clubhel
Baier Mand MaytOngas retdneda laf
l'idayu rfreniSamontls werherved thy
Mrs.. B. Mr. ns, Jr. Owses hen
andurMr. Go. Masoniate spendyin
-Bsverlle aye the guert ofd M. andP
Mr. Cookn CSeofaonf spentwek
the woek-n in uteown.say
(l Toi Cure a.Cl n n a
Take LAIEl BOMOa QUofN (Tibt.)n
stopsi the C., and Hedthe andeok offd te.
Cold E W. JE' aileyture oneac o 30
The ugoeMI LaxativerToicA .
iths Th ronywt iMs Br Clr
nes hor teFosates Byv~ a(ei
icssladrense aDu hoCeo.th
F'ule: FedLaies, . J.Miln,.
Have yOU a
If no.Gt you cre missing a
reat Triumph in Cooking Ware
Guernsey Earthenware, mounted
in Silver-Nickel for ServinIg.
fpeculiar properties of this he::vy Earthenware
ielves the rich nutritive elements and swect a
ore of the food. Absolutely sanitary and acid
d practically indestructible with ordinary care.
preparing and eerving all kinds of Stews, Meat and
Pics, Baked Fish, Puddings, Custards, Baked Beans,
au Gratin, Macaroni and Cheese, etc.
have a beautiful assortment of this season's
est designs in
vite you to come in and inspect them.
1.& E. H. Wilkes & Co.
My butter is on sale at J. C. Shell & Co. at
45c a Pound.
Delivered Tuesdays and Fridays.
Always Fresh Ask For It
MRS. L. M. BEACHAM
WF NESDAY FIA
William Fox Presenits LiEJNI
in " eua il
"The Big Punch" flesistrco'n
A powerfuli dramna of loite and th Graetho on at.
Western circuit rider an 20
PEA LL wiii' ~ A RegtuilarGi"
Elmo.ni Lithnca pol -
"The Thif"orseak anod trpeze i
l~en-i erntei's rcastPl e GratestSho nD E'a rth.
neigborSPres Je an 0
P'rces 10c and 20clree ~' n O
Ouria MoxPets-Be fPcue
Th "loyTaen Thighf" oo
Hnriswl gienthen' peaTe Play ENIS
MAr r ofn," at avw w o ol, w-l Lardo ot Crln
rpt o ge nrl co t ,Stra fiei epes than herd~n
evening, Ma F8amingt 8i'clocN..A1
"LAXFOS ITHPEPSN" i a pecTlly PUIRPTLERDlTS No
ont Pain Iri eves c a y Prceu1 nd'0
tPnu rglar ati. Fa iw ond '
euensg, May 28thnt t8 'aok. Ad
per boDr.lT L.E Timmerman