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Loc and Personal iention.,
Mr. and Mrs. J. W.Mshen, of Green
vill, spent severptl days of last week
4"in the ci-ty.
M's. W. E. Afeng and. ehildron left
Saturday for Blue Ridge, N. C., to
spend a part of the summer.
Miss Louise Smith left a few days
ago for Lake City to spend'some time
with her aunt, Mrs. Weaver.
Mrs. N. C. Hughes haA as her .guest
her. sister, Mrs. Cohen; of Raleigh,
Little Bob Ei3chelberger, Jr., who
has been real sick for the past two
weeks, is better.
M1 r. M. J. Meeks, of Fitdrald, Ga;,
is spending a few days in the city
with Mr. W. 1N. Dyess.
Mr. and Mrs. Creswell Fleming and
children spen.t the week-end In Green
wood with relatives.
Dr. Clifton Jones and family spent
Sunday in Greenwood with Dr. and
Nfra. AIaxcV MLcees.
Misses Kate and -lattle Eichelber
ger are at home from their schools at
Sha)ron, Ga., and Enoree.
Mrs. -Dr. W. -1. Dial has been at the
Chick Springs sanitarium under the
care of Dr. Steedly for the past week.
Mrs. W. I. Richey has been spend
ing several days in Columbia with her
sons, Messrs. Grover and Will RIchey.
Miss Ruth Bagwell, of Columbia, is
spending sozue time in the city w'th
her mather, Mrs. W. It. Dagwell.
Mrs. inlate 1li(ldicton and daugh
ter, of fliridgewatC,:. N. C., are visiting
her si:ter. Mrs. T. 11. lO)an i"l.
The mny friend<; of Nr. John' Clil
dr('ss -.I be glad to Iearn that lie is
coni; derably better after his recent
M:n. J. .l D. M mre and childrn
han returned .01 from .organiton, N. C.,
vihere they have bren spending sev
Mr. Thot4. 0. Waits, of Louisville,
Ky., arr!ved in the \city a few days
ago to visit rclative3 and friends for
a few days. 'ils many friends were
glad to sec him11 in town again.
Dr. J. T. Rutledge arrived in the
city Saturday and will Immediately
take up the practice of dentistfy here,
occupying the former offices of the late
Dr. Geo. C. Albright.
Mr. Janie Roland, who is now lo
cated in Greensboro, N. C., has been
at home for 'a few days, comi!ng down
on account of the serious sickness of
his mother, whose condition remains
Mesersal.ierbert J.Martin, -1. J. Ow
inss, R. 1,. Gray, of this county, and
Lawson Wilson, of Cross Anchor, left
yesterday for Wilmington. N. C., to
'attend the directors' meeting of the
Fisheries Products Company, in which
they are large stockholders.
Mr. I. P. Minter returned Monday
from Chicago, where he spent last
week on a buying trip. Mr. Mintet
said that lhe was very much pleased
with the treatment accorded him by
the western merchants, they appear
ing to be unusually anxious' to be
Rev. C. T. Squires spent Sunday ir
Greenwood -where he occupied ,the
pulitt of the First Presbyterian
church at the morning and evening
services, the pastor qt the church be
ing away on account of sickness. Rev
Squires' pulpit was fillied here by Dr
Graves L. Knight.
Mr. JT. D. Epps, a <former resident
of this city who left hero in the early
90's, was a visitor here yesterday.
Mr. Epps now lives in Uhnion and l}ad
not 'been here since he first moved
away. He -w'as very much struck witt
fthe improved appearance of the town
and said that if dropped down sudden.
ly In a balloon he would never havt
known 'the pilace.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Henderson have
returned to the city from Charleston,
where they went to attend thet grad
hating exercises of the Charleston
M~edical College, their son, Dr. 'Frank
W. Henderson, being a memb~er of, the
graduating class in pharmacy. They
returned by wayof Conway, wheire 'Dr.
Henderson 'maken his hiome, spending
several days there 'before coming here,
%r. He~nderson said that he found
crop prospects very poor wherever he
had been, although in Conway the
people are fairly well off as they grow
several kinds of crops, including cot
ton, tobacco and vegetables.
J. C. eBurns & CO.'s .19-das .Red Hot1
June Sale ia going on at ~th stores
in Laurens. 101rop in and look through
our stocks.' You can ma~ko some
Wester'n Union Is Upheld By Courts
Washington, June 0.-Contention of
the 'Western -Union Telegraph Com
pany that it can not be held liable
fer damages caused through errors In
transmitting messages while its lines
were under government control was
uplheld today by the supreme court.
A decision of south Carolina courts,
awarding amnagien !to f. B. Poston, E
ehttoti deali', oun this gifound was re
It will pay you to come many miles
to 3. C. Bugnn & Co.'s Nig 19-days June
Sale at both stores.
Mr. and. Mrs. Harold Rodgers, Jr.,
and; little daughter, Beverly, :with
their mother, M'rs. Jiarold Rogers, and
sister, Miss lElizabeth Lockridge, of
Atlanta, have been visiting Dr. and
Mrs. W. 'D. Forguson for the past
week. During their stay they have
,been shown much social attention.
-Sa-turday morning Mrs. Jerome Chris
toplher entertained with a porch party
in honor of .Mesdames -Rogers, and
Miss Lockridge, games being played
qn the )orch after which luncheon
-*as served at one o'clock. Mrs. Thos.
D. Darlington gave a delightful din
nor party in their honor Monday even
ing and yesterday afternoon Mrs. For
gu-son entertained at bridge in their
Entertained for Visitors '
Miss Liuey MPhail entertained Fri
day afternoon for her two house
guests, Misss Sarah Sanders and
Mary Kirk, of liagood. The house was
prettily decorated with nasturtiums
and daisies. Five tables of Bridge
were played rnd after the games a de
l!cious sweet course was served.
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For Miss Hlud
Miss Al'ha1 BsOlt entertainled at
Bridge Saturday morning in honor of
MIlss Vivian Iluiff, one of the June
brides. After a number of games were
played, a. tern1i' ng salad course was
served. llefore the g uets departed
they were Iivited to write a wish for
the bride, much merriment as well as
cordial fellcitationas being gotten out
of the answers.
Prof. Brooks EntWertained
Among a series of entertain:ients
given in honor of the faculty of the
Edgetleld H igh School last week 'was
one 'by the principal, Prof. C. F.
Brooks, of this city, who had ,previous
ly announcled his resignation. As re
ported in The Edgefield Chronicle this
was a delightful affair, an account of
The elimax came in the dinner par
ty given by the princijral, Mr. C. F.
Brooks, in honor of his splendid corps
of teachers. A number of surprises
were arranged for -the hots in the na
ture of telegrams, toasts and parting
'gifts by his co-workers, who rogret
titi, ho resigned as 'principal of our
school, for his thoughtful co-operation
had aided each teacher in the perform
ance of duties. Niiss .lune Rainsford
gave a toast to the member of the
faculty who is deserting the rankts at
an early (late for Hymen's altar, to
which Miss Katharise Mims gave a
witty response in the form of a toast
to the spinsters. The elaborate din
ner psrty, -with its sparkling humor
and witty repartee, was a brilliant
climax to the series of parties which
marked the close of the congenial com
panionship of -this effIcient faculty.
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A wedding of interest -to their many
friends throughout the state was 801
omnized on Tuesday, June 7th, at 6
P. M. at the home of Mr. .and Mrs.
Augustus Huff in this city, when their
daughter, Miss Vivian Blaggrove Huff
became the 'bride of Mr. Dan Hender
son Sawyer, of Salley.
The beautiful 'home was artistically
decorated for the occasion, an imupro
vised altar being arranged 'before the
large double windows, numerous :ot
plants and ivy adding to the heauty of
the scene. The guests were met at the
door by Misses Alpha Bolt and Ruth
McAlister. After registering in the
bride's book which was kept by Miss
Josie Anderson they were met by
Meadames Rice Nickels, Vance Irby
and Miss Sadie Sullivan and ushered
into the ceremony room. Just before
the ceremony, "At Dawning" was sung
by Mfiss Lilla Todd and "The Iove
Nest" by Mr. C. HI. H-icks'and Mas
Promptly at 6 o'clock the strains
fronm the Lohengrin wedding march,
played by Mrs. 'itskell Salley sounded
and the wedding party entered as fol
lows, the little ribbon bearers, James
Dunklin and little Miss Virginia
Clard'y, opening the way. Then came
Miss Annie 'Fellers, of Prosperity,
with Mr. H-Iobsen Mc'Elveen, of Salley,
Miss Lticite Dickert of Newberry with
IDr. R. Rl. Salley, of galley. Then came
the dames of honor, Mrs. E. A. Huff,
of Greenville, with Mrs. C. 0. (illianm
of WVhitmirp, followedi by -then lovely
little ring bearer, li'ttle Miss Amelia
Nickels, 'who carried the ring in the
heart of a lily. Next came the maid
of honor, Miss Annie I-uff, sister of
the bride. Thme bride entered with her
brother, Mr. E. A. Huff, of Greenville,
the groom with Mr. J. A. Jones, Jr., of
Sailey, as best man.
The lovely costumes of the wedding
party completed the idea of a rain
ibow wedding, Miiss Fellers wearing a
liovely pink organdie, Mina- Dickert in
lavender organdie, Mrs. E. A. H-uff in
orchid organle, Mrs. 'C. 0. (Gilliam
'in peach organdie, wvhile Miss Annie
mSie worea'Plerea mmIine ovek'
satin with orchid trimmings. The
lovely little ring ibearer wo're a dainty
dress of light 'blue organdie, the lit
tle ribbon bearers wearing 'white.
The bride was 'becomingly attired
in a going uway suit of navy blue and
gray with accessories to miatch. She
carried a bouquet of brides roses and
lillies of the valley.
The ceremony was perfonrned by
'Rev. P. F. Kilgo, pastor of the First
Methodist church. After the ceremony
mand friends gathered to shower con
gratulations and good wishes upon
the bride and groom, after which they
were ushered into the gift..rooln ;vhich
was presided over'by Mrs. Wiarren Bolt
and Mss Jennie Shealy. From here
they were ushered into the dining
room where delightful cake and cream
were served by Mrs. J. G. DBrown, of
Cross iHIll, and Mrs. C. M. Clarke, as
sisted by Misses Mary Sue Bolt, Lois
Puller and Beatrice Ba'bb. On the
'porch punch - was served by Misses
Hattie Gray, Alpha Bolt and Ruth Mc
Miss Vivian Ihuff Is the youngest
dauht~lier of Mr. and Mrs. Augustus
Hluff, anid a graduate of Chicora Col
lege for Women, Columbia. Mr. Sawyer
is a proinient business man of Salley,
where the bride taught for tlhe pa;t
year. Her many friends revgret that
hcr marriage 'wili necessitate her
le;;ving 'her ho:ue town.
Amnlng the out of town gtests PVCs
clit Wel, .l's. C. G. Gillimi and Mr.
and .\!'rs. E. A. I luff, of Greenville:
Mrs. J. G. Drown, of Cross 111l; Miss
Mary Eva Iite, of 1atedora:; Miss
Annie Fellers, of Prosperity; Miss TLu
elie Dickert, Or Ne wherry; :isses Mu1
(red Sawyer and Carrie Sawyer. of
Salley; Mrs. .11. M. Salley, Dr. I. 11.
Salley, Mr. J. A. Jones, Jr., Mr. Iloh
ron .\clvccin aid Ned Salley, of
Quart erly Mcelime Prograi-lm
Quarterly meeting of the D. Y. P.
'.'s of the Laurens Association held at
iiighland Home church, May 29, 1921.
Song Serviec-Mr. Frank MeCravy.
Welcome Address-Miss Louise llun
Response--Miss Vera 11aldwin.
Devotional--Mr. Pierce Myers.
Dlemosstration Program - 11ighland
Period of Business.
Reports of Vice-PresIdents.
Report of Secretary.
1'nrollment of Delegations.
Special Mlusic-Mount Pleasant String
hlow -a B. Y. P. IT. Encourages the
Spiritual Life of Young PcoKl'--Mrs,
Special Music-Clinton Union.
Work of it B. Y. P. U. and the 75 Mil
lion Campaign.--Mr. George Bobo.
Solo-Miss Lora Montlay.
Value of Extensioi Work.-Miss Lou
ise Dea n.
How Shall We Interest Our Young
People 'in iB. Y. P. U. Work ?-MisI
Special\ Music-Mesnrs. James an(d
Dismissal-Mr. Pau-l Martin.
The plreceding program was very
beautifully rendered andl was thor
oughly enjoyed by all .present. TVhe
next quarterly meeting will be held al
Meeting of Fourth Division
'Tile Fourth 'Divtsion of the Laurent
Assocint'ion mnet 'n their quarterly,
Sunday School' Institute, withl the
Prospect church, May the 28th a'nid
The churches ~pthis division arc
Bethabara, IBe erdam, Chestnut
Ridge, Cross &ii Ii, 'Moupt Pleasant
Mountvillec, :Prospect and Waterloo,
All of the churdhes were well repre
sented, and many visitors were pres
ent. Uinusudl 'interest in the progranm
was maintained thoughot.t. The sub
jets tir the pfogram covered many
phases of the epiritual and ntracticai
interests .of the Sunday Behool. Thle
Prospect people know 'how' to make
the dinner htour interesting, so nobody
was found 'noddittg during the noon
'Nearly every church furnished one
or more participants in the discussions.
Among these speakers were Brethren
T., J. Coleman, Frank -Boyle, J. C. Mil
her, T. S. Langstoii, B. Y. Culbertson,
J. W. Watts, C. 10. Vermillion, 3. 0.
Wilson, S. H. Templeman and J. Flur~
Among the visitors were Bro. C. B3.
Bobo, Rev. S. Hi. Templeman, and TBre.
C. A. Power, of Laurens, andl Rev. J.
Furman Moore and son 'Edwin, of
Greenville county. Lire. Moore is en
listment secretary ulnder- the Baptist
State Mission Board.
The visitors and delegates gave
Prospect church and Sunday School a
most 'hearty vote of appreciation for
their royal hospitality duinlg the days
of the institute.
It is 'by resolution of the institute in
session Sunday thlat this report is of
fered for pulblication to our county pa
pers, and to thec Baptist Courier.
3. 0. WILSON. Clerk.
Rock Maple Porch Rockers
Cane Seat and Back
Let us fit up your porch. Four styles
to select from.
S. M. & E. H. Wilkes & Co.
GOODRICH TIRES REDUCED
20 Per Cent
We always have your size
and style in stock.
"Vulcanizing of the Better Kind"
City Vulcanizing Station
At City Filling Station Oldest--Strongest--Best
Not to Use Troops Unless Necessary
Asheville, N. C., June 5.--"No
troops wvill be sent to Charlotte dur- ndCarutr
ing the textile strike unless the 30-u ae rbal
cal oflicers are unable to cope with '#' lnig to tk a
the situation, butt .in the event they , ~ CmigOttl)o
are unable to preserve peace outside ';,Sotesri whc
aid sh all h~e given by the state," said Cs o hudhv
Giover'nor Morrison here tonight..~~ is casnwWl
Plies Cured in 6 to 14 Days A1
frgltseu' money I AZO INTMEN t.l 1' yi eticeo
(ettulIdeeS after the fl$t aoplesttoil cA~re cto' 20 la p a
Engraved. Cards and Invitations.Tntliie wthu
Advertiser Priting Co.mpers
Read thi twice-tld testiony.tIr'
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