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* Local and Personal Mention. *
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Dr. O%eal Jacobs is attendinig the
mnceting of veterinarians in Green
'ille 'this week.
'Visses 'Lila Hart and Rebecca
Clark are visiting friends at Cedar
Miss Margaret Wrigit has returned
to the city after a visit of several
weeks with relatives in Charleston.
Mr. 'b. M. Cannon and little grand
son, John M. Cannon, were visitors
in 'the city yesterday.
4iiss Inez Vincent, of Varnville, is
the guest of her brothers, Dr. C. P.
Vincent and lir. Hugh IL1. Vincent.
Miss Anna 'D. Sullivan is at home
again after spending several weeks of
her vacr.t! a In Brevard, Henderson
vIllo and Greenville.
Miss Frances Richard; and little
sister, Miss Gene Richards, of Liberty
Hill, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Miss Katherine Irby, of Columbia,
spent several days -in the city last
week with her mother, Mrs. .1. L. N1i.
'Mr. and Mrs. John Y. Garlington ar
rived in the city Monday from Los
Angeles to visit Mrs. Garlington's
mother. .Mrs. Rosa 1. Caine.
'Mrs. Joe Phinny, Wh1o underwent a1n
operation in a Greenville hospital sev
eral week; ago, Is reported to be pro
gressing nicely and will return home
in the Vourse of several weeks.
Miss Harriet i. Sullivan has re
turned from 'Winthirop College where
she 'has .been 'eneral secretary for
Y. W. C. A. during the summer session.
Mr. Damon Gasque, who has been
visiting relatives in the lower part o
the state, arrived in the city a few
days ago to be with his iparents, Mr.
and AMrs. C. II. Gasque the rest of the
-Mi ls Lucy 'McPhakil has returned
to 'the city after a visit of sevreal
weeks -to )unbarton r.vith .\rs. .11. F.
Owens, formerly Miss Sarah Bolt of
this city, and several other friends
in the lower part of the state.
'M's. J. 'T. Wimberly, who has been
visiting her -mother, Mrs. Hattie
Dichelberger, left Tuesday morning
for Columbia where she will join Alr.
Wimberly and a party for a trip to the
mountains of North Carolina.
Miss hNlizabeth Mloseley and her
cotisin, Miss :Ma'ry Mcleod, of Sumter,
have returned from Cedar Mountain,
N. C., where they have been spending
several weeks with Airs. Moseley and
the -.Mlsses Ioland, who have a cot
Mr. Clarence McKinney, former
auporintendent of the Laturens Oil
Mill, was a visitor in the city last
week, passing through with his fam
ily on their way to (greenwood. Mr.
Mc.Kinney is now with ilthe Southern
Coifon Oil Company at Augusta, where
he hold. a responsilie position.
TIBIUTEi% PAI) 'IAVID PEI)EN
Younlg .1an Who 11a1S Drownled In
(Greenti llt County ,July ii,
Tihe fol loin g account of the dleathI
of David 31i. P'eden, young Gr'eenvi lie
conuty man, ,w ho was drtowned Jiluly
9th, w~as written by a friend of the
Gray 'Cour't, JulyI) 22.--On Friday aif
ter'noon, .J iily 9th, occurr'ed the teor
rible tragedy of the dr owninug of D~avid
M. Peden, so6n -of' Mr. and .\ign. Stew
art Peden of the F'airview setion of
Iri the early afi ernoon4 lie with
party of about 25 went seining in
Rteedy river necar Fork Shoals. Just
about 4 o'clock David started across
the iriver, helping to car1ry the sein.
Wh'len not far' front mid-stream he call
led for' help, and before any one could
swin close enough -to assist him, his
body sank beneath the surface. Sev,
oral were near to give aid upon his
i'eap~peairance, b~ut whlen lie did( not.
rise in a short time, they dived,
searchlni for him. Ilowever, it swas
more titan an hour before the lifeless
'body was rescued.
Ila body1 was carried to his fathecr'o
ihome, whence interment took iplace on
Saturday afternoon in Fairviewv ceme
tory and funeral services were held
Pin the churceh.
A lar'ge concourse of relatives and
friends from far and near attended the
)funeral exer-cises. Those taking lprt
were the Revs. 0. Matheson, a fortmer
'pastor of 'David's church, C. N. WVat
son of Gray Court, and R. C. Mlorri
Beautiful music was rendered by the
t'ountain Inn' male qunartette.
.The active ipall bear'eirs were Johin,
Henry, l/nmars and Chairles 'Peden, and
Festus (G. and J. Alvin Curry.
The deCceased1 wvas 21 years of age.
liked and loved by all who know him,
and his friends were many. About two
years ago he was marired to Miss
JEileen Citry, d(aughter' of M'r. and Mtrs.
D. . Cur'ry of (lray Court. liThe young
4ifo and a sont, little eight-months
~ld 'David, Jr., are left to mourn his
' Other members of his family who
s~urvive him are his parents, one
other, 'Fred Peden, and a sister, Mins
Miss Belle Childress and Mr. D. P.
Curry surlirised their friends Satur
day afternoon -by going to Simpson
ville, where they were married by the
Methodist minister there. After the
marriage ceremony they left for a
short 'honeymoon to the mountains of
North Carolina, returning to the city
Monday afternoon. The bride is the
attractive daughter of Mirs. S. D. Clil
dress and is a young lady of many
fine traits of character. The groom
,s a young business man of the city,
being intervsted in the live stock bus
Fiend; inl this county of 'Dr. and
Mrs. S. T. Dall, who were former res.
dents iere, will he interestcd in the
marriage of their daughter, '2'arie,
which occurred Thursday morning at
lie liom-ie of the bride's parents in
Greer. Miss Pall was married to Mr.
It. Fl. Dailey, of Florence, where they
will make their their home after their
Ieturn from a wedding trip.
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Miss .\tarvin !1rowvnlee and Rv. 'W.
M. Creamer were ha-pily married at
the home of the bride's brother, Mr.
Robert Brownlee, in the Watts Mills
village Saturday morning, Rev. H1. C.
Martin otliciating. After the ceremony
they left on a wedding trip to the
-mountains after whieh they will re
Pair to the residence of the groom
to make their home.
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Master Hewlette Wavsson celebrated.
his eighth birthday July 23rd, at his
home in the Friendship community.
]he entertained eighteen boys and
girls and'the evening was delightfully
spent in playing games of all kinds.
At live o'clock they were ushered
in-to the dininig room by Mrs. Wasson,
assisted by Miss Susan 'ilughes in
serving ice cream and cake. The din
Ing room was beautifully decorateOd
with red and white cut flowers. Those
present were Miss Ora Pitts, -Misses
Clara Bell and Mary Coats, Robert
Pitts, Alisses Ruby and Sarah Pitts,
Catherine. and -elen .Pitts, Mirs LlA) I
Bell Garrett, Claude Ca'rroll, iarold.
and Clyde Pitts, lvin Garrett, Charles i
Coats, 'lenry Wasson, Robert Pitt:;
and James Garrett.
house (iests EIntertilled
The five young ladies who have been
house-guests of Miss Rosa Gray, onl
South ' larper street, have been th:
center of imiuc' gaiety duinug the Wa'.t
week, a -large n1uimiiber of parties and I
dances havh been given in tic
honlor. Wednlesday evenling .\i
Saralh Dun11:a1p entertainled at a dI
Iligh tful bridge party in thevi(r honor
and that ecing MIrs. F. Hi. Caine
gave a very enjoyable bridge party.
Thu rsday evcnig Miss Viirginia Gray
enter'tai ned in t helir honor at the home
of Mr. and Mirs. D~ougis Griay. On Fri
cday afternoon -Miss Rosa Gray gav"e a
delightful b~ridge patty. Saturday af
ternoon automobiles wvere taken to
Clinton, where Miss Coinne Hlailey
entei'tainted in their hionoi', a numbiiler'
of otheri yountg peopile from thIs city
also -being among the guests. -Mon
dlay night Mr's. Rosa I. Caine gave a
bridge pai'ty antd after the gaimes and
refireshments tihe remnaindiei' of the
eveniing was dlevotedl to danciiing.T'ues
day morninag .\Miss ,Je.C:0 hine Knigh I
etntertalned with a bidge party fol
lowved by a delightful luncheon and~
in the eveninig Mi'. 'William Lake w~as
host aut a bi'idlge party ini the01r honor.
The guests are Misses Geraldine
hiatchei', of Jacksonville, Fin., M,:'yI
Love Fraiceigh, of Madison, Fla., Cath
ei'ine MeMillan,' of Tlalladesga, Ala.,
Rose i ldebr'and, of Asheville, N. C.,
and i'diizabeth Jackson, of Hennetts
vylle, S. C.
Miarr'ied ini Fior'ida
Friends ancd relatives in this coutn
ty of Mr. W. W. Wolfi', son of Mr. and
Mi's. Gleo. F. Wolff, of the upper part
of the county, wilh i'ead with intei'est
the account of his miiarriage which
appeared ini the Moore HaLven (Fia.),
Times July 8. Oil their' bidal tip, the
younig couiple visited the groomi's rpar
ents and weire given a cordIal rece'
tion b~y nleighblOrs.' and friends. The
account of the marriage follows:
Sumimerfield, Fia., July 6.--The mat'
ringe of Miss Marie Idealie Collenis
andl Mi'. Willim I'i'renl Wolff wh'ilch
was solemnnized \Vednesday ,noon at
12:30 o'clock at the home of thle bride's
parenits, Mi'. and Mrn. P. Wi. Collens,
vdas beautiful in its simplicity, reia
tivyes and many friends becing present.
R1ev R. L. Blybuii'n oficieated at the
iiiire'ssive ceremony and there swere
Th'ie living room was artistically dec
orated with asparagus ferna and whlite
oleainders, and at one corner was a
bower' under~i which the bride and(1;
gi'oomi stood as the solemin vows were'
The bride was love.ly in an ecuhtite
-rels of oanton erepe, beautifully
dibroldiered In silver and gold .threads
and-*orn with ,woven sash of the samne
threads.. -Her hat was of silver,
trimmed with draped veil and a smalj
cluster of blue flowers and other ac
cessories were in matching tones. She
carried an arm bouquet of bride's
roses and lillies of the valley.
As a processional "The 'Bridal -Cho
rus" fron Lohentgrin was played to
Miss Hazel Clyburn.
Many handsome wedding gifts were
rcceivl by the young couple.
-Mr. and Mr?. tWolff left on the 1
:'clock train for North and South Car
olina where they will semnd thei
ioneymoon -and .will be at home after
Lhe twentieth of July to their many
riends at Moore Iaven, Fla.
Mrs. Wolff is the attractive and tal
Entd (laughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. W.
E'ollnCm of this city.
Mr. Volfl' Is the son of Mr. and -Mrs.
G. F. Wolff, of 'Laurens, S. C., and is
amanager of The Flor!da lee and Powe-r
_o., at Moore Hlaven. 'le is a gradu
te of Erskine College, Due West, S.
. rd is a youn 1,g man of sterling
The host of friend.; of Mr. and Mrs.
Wolff will unite in v:shling for them
(Conuitltee to 'Arrange for Sale of
ickets to Musical Concert.
The regular mcillcting of the Thomas
1). hake, Jr., ''ot, Am erican Lo.;on,
-.%ns held in the club room .londay
lir'it ' and;s was pres Idetl over by Vice
'omminander 1). Rt. S11impison !n the ab
ence from the city of CommnandeI' P.
D. iluff. Matters of vital importance
to the local post were discussed and
voted upon, and a committee was ap
pointed to arrance for the printing
Ind sale of tic'kets to the performance
>f the Clef Concert Campainy. which
is to Ie for the benefIt of the Americaa
Legion, Friday nIght at 8:30 o'clock
in the Opera ilouse. An evening of
rare entertainment is assured, and a
run attendance -)y the pui)c will Ie
'illy a vote of the mnCaibers it was dc
:ded that out of town guests wIlo are
not ncmber's of tihe local Post will
be wete d aty time, but rec4
Elests of the city who .are not mem
wi's of the i.egion ..ill be testricted
to one v rit to tI c'liut MOoM p)er,
week. Thsactionl was taken SO a9S
t avoiti the abu.' of i:rivilege: in
the clul ioontt )y non-temibers. Due
to the fact that teii cilu has a lar11'ge
mtec.c rdi: t u:;e of the pool tables
.0i .1. tio -1or ttilh em e
.it. :t a t Ine ::0 as~ to nec'ord t he
am' p ivilge" to all.
Golod 1:,01hin1" Luck
Dr i t. Tea~lguev. .\r. Alsey lIiller
:th M lrtin 'reague and .lack Miller
un1ed onday fromt .lt. PleasatI,
ia. ('h:1e:'ton, v hr.ie they visited
\!r. and .lI's. !:.:-Witt King- tist week
uil etjoj(ye I tie pleasu.res of oceant
Ishiting. They repo't a very good run1
if Ilutck With the hooks anad lines and
I:tra good Iluck in tie captuire of
>.' -fish. They caught a big sharik,
':hieh .they, claimed was iv'e feet
;ev('n incthe's long andl nyeighedi over
'ighty ptoundis. Th'le ih eh was such a
nionstet' that they v.eet'll uble to geIt
t in the boat, so they had to tow himt
tshore. Heo was caught otn a huge set
took at tachedl to a floatI ig box, the
)OX belig tusedt to tire the llih (down
tftei' he hiad caught the hook.
Newberry Or'gaiitzes Club
-.Mr. G;eo. H. E~llis, of Clinton, was a
huetor' ini the city for' a few hiourc
'-'ster'day afternioiin. .\ r. 10llis, who I.c
>'esident of the Hiols-Terre Country
:lub, was; a guiest at an ethuisiastle
neeting in Newvberriy .\itnday night
v'hen a country club w'.as formed along
imiilatr line's as the Isaurensi andi Clini
Ont clubt. The Newberrty mneetinc: re
unttization of aboitt 14 It vth indica
lons thatt this would be increased.
Laruige Swe''t Potato
The Adivertioer "Gai'den IEditor'' was
lie r'ecipienit of a large a~weet p)otalt
.\'ednetsday, thei gr'ower' being (1. C
tNatts, of .\ountville. Tlhe ptotat() wac
3xtr'a lai'ge for this season of the
:ear', bteitng ten inches long and~ weigh.
ng ovet' a hOud l. Mr . Watts has about
al f atn actre in potactoes, eilanting thIe
'otto Rice vartet y, anid the ct'op all
>ears very promtisinig.
Amotng the younitg mtetn recently
Uw'ardedI scholar;shipa by3 the lIniversi
y of South (ar'olna wvas D~avid (Gas
(oi, of this~ city. Yoting Gaston grad
outed froim thle city. schtools last yeat'
nking a prtomfintent part. ini -the school
oomt as wvell as on the athletic field,
tisinig Sutr Chapter rio. 0, Ri. A. M.
A regular' convocation of
- iigSun Chapter', No. 6,
R.A. M., will 1be ield ont
' F'l'AY NIG~l'T. .July 29
- t8:00 o'clock. Membert
~e re(tiestedl to lbe prlesent and to be
iW and at the appioInt ed liour. Worli
nt M. E'. M. nd( RI. A. de'grees.
By order of
JAS. 11. SULIVAN, II. P.
The preserving utensil is just ac
Enameled ware is ideal for preseri
as glass and the richest syrup will
will stain or discolor it. It is impt.
vors will not be lost.
A Special Display of PY
.and Gray Er
Preserving kettles all sizes, sau<
spoons, funnels---you will find E
wil stai o & diclrE. Iti .ip
HUMOROUS READING (
Benefit Thos D. Lake, J
II. Y. P. U. ME E TIN G -=5.==.
Quasrterly Meeting to be lld at Cross
1H111 July Ii. All Baptist Young
The Quarterly meetIng of the Lau- nomameam
rens8 County 11. Y. P. U. Convention
willl be helId with the Crioss 11111 Union
at Cross '11111, S. C., July 31st. The
following programn will be0 rendered: of
Opening---Chorister in charge.
Demionstration Meeting, by Cross Hilhop
Speclal Music, by 'Mounit Plea.* nt
Male Quartette, Cllnton l'nion.
"What the 11. Y. '. UT. iDoes for thece
Social ife of Its Young people.'
IDiscussed by. Miss Mattle Sue W~of
ford, :Prospe(ct I Uon.
"Ifow the '13. Y. P'. U. Appeals to a ---- - -
Young Ma~n." -I)scusrsed by Mr.
Willie Grumbles, Friendship Un
"The . Y. P. U. -and Soul Winning."
Discussed by Mrs. sItosa liramulet t,
14aurens UnIon. N S
All Baptist young peopleO cordeally
G cre Year of
I Success at
is the year
important as the fruit or the recipe.
iing because its surface is as smooth,
not cling to it. Not even tomatoes
,rvious, and therefore the finest fla
-eserving Utensils in White
:e kettles, pans, jar sterilizer, ladles
1il the tools necessary for successful
WILKES & 'CO.
'NS, S. C.
et Compa y
Fr. Post, American Legion
fers you unusual
portunities in the
rchase 'of your gro
-jes. Try us.
desman Grocery Shop
Next to City Hall