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The Laurens advertiser. (Laurens, S.C.) 1885-1973, October 05, 1921, Image 5

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* Local and Personal Neet. *
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Mrs. XV. P. Thomason has gone to
Atlanta to visit her sister, Mrs. -Snell
grove, for several weeks.
Air. Harry 'ieAluiter, of Gastonia, N.
C., is visiting -his parents, Mr. and
.M rs. T. J. NlcAlister, for a feiv days.
'lr. 'Roy blunt and Miss Bess
]'ierndon, of (Greenville, and Miss Nell
.Jones, of Ur. W. C., spent the week-end
with Dr. and Mrs. Clifton Jones.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Shellh 'who
havo been in Florida for several
months, have arrived in the city to
spend sonie time.
Misses Nannie Kate Armstrong, Kate
Padgett, Vignero (reen, Alliene Crews
and Margaret 'Wright, and Messrs. W.
P. Shcaley, Fred Medlock, Jim Moore
and Pitts lrown spent Sunday in Gas
tonia, N. C., 'going by automobile. The
object of the trip was to visit several
Lautrens girls teaching there.
IMr. )ave Jones, who has been
overseer of weaving at the laurens
Mill. has gone to 'Spartanburg to be
come souperintendent of the Drayton
Nih11, and Mr. -Styles Riddle, who has
worked in the 'Ijaurens Mill over since
he was a boy, has succeeded to the
place of overseer of weaving..
Mr. t. 0. i3sullivan, of Tumbling
Shoals, was a visitor in the clty yes
terday. Mr. -Sullivan, wfio operates a
gin near his; home, says that fdnnings
with him will hardly bo half as large
as last year though some farmers have
very good crops. The boll wetWils are
plentiful in his neighborhood, he says,
and (lid much damage this year.
"SAND" IN SPAILTANiLURG
Miss Rebecca Dial's Play to be Given
In Spartan City. Miss Ial and Wiii
lam Gray inl Leading Itoles.
Spartanburg, 'S. C., Oct. 4.-Liurens
lakes double honors in the play "Sand'"
which will be presented here at. Con
verse College matinee and night, Oc
tober 7th in the interest of lifting
'South Carolina out of the cellar o1
illiteracy. The play was written by
Miss liebecca 'D.ial, of Laurens. daugh
ter of United States 6enator Nat Dial.
Aliiss Dial, 'who fgraduated from Con
verse College in the class of 191-1, is
here supervising the rehearsals. She
vill herself take the important role
of "Minnie Niagara Jones," playig'1
beside 'William Gray, of the Jtunior
Class of Woftord College, in the role
of "Iuck Upshaw'". Mr. Gray is a .
Lau rens boy, who has made quite a)
reputation in Sparltanhurg as an enter
tainer, having ap;)eared, on the pro
grams of the Wofford Glee Club in
responsible parts.
On July 15th prominent citizens
from all parts of Soath Carolina gath
cr(l in Spartanbumrg and organized
the Soith Carolina Illiteracy C(oilis- t
siol. Tle play "Sa nd" is thea first en- 1
tertin ment of importance to beo given
anywhere in the State In the interest t
of the great moveimet which was in
augu rated here last Jully, aindh i s
(tuite a colncidecnce that a l2aurens bloy
andl a bau rens girl should be0 the ceni
tral figures.
11IBL1 ('LASS RtALLY
Oificers of Sunday Schools lan~ to
IHave Big County ible Class Rally
Sundaiuy, Oct. 16.
At a meeting of Sunday ,School of- I
Ilcials and1( teacea rep~reseniting the
various (denominations of the city<
Su nlay afternioon plansi wer'e lnau
gu rated for a county-wide 'ile Class I
rally to be held in this city Sunday af
ternoon, Oct. 10th.
T1hie program for the day calls for
a giant mass meeting (if 131ble studlents
at. the court house at 3 o'clock ,in the
afternoon when'i at bandl concerit and
sonig service 'will be held. From there
a march will be made to the First
,Presbyterian chiuirch where some prom
Inent eduicator and church worker of
the state wvill make an address.
Th'iis Is Ta'g Dlay
.Today has been selectedh by the Ia
(lies of the Civic 'Leaguue as Tag Day
in the interest of the court house
lawn. -Tags have been printedl dind
ever'yone met on the str'eet by a com
mitten of young ladles will be expect
ed to .buy a tag. It is saidl that 25
cents wIll 1:e the favoito pr'ice,
(Card of Thanks
We wish to extend our sIncere
thanks and hear'ty appreciation to our
friends and nelghibor's for' the many
thoughtful acts of love and kindness
showna us in the death of our little
darling Sara Alice, Sunday, October
3. Niay heaven's rilchiest blessings
rest upon every one is 0our prayer'.
(Geo. F. Pulley and Family.
Lanfordl, S. C.
('ard of ThJaiiks 'I
To The Advertiser:
Please allow me space to thank all
those friends, white and~ colored, who
so gcnerously contributed for the ex- r
penso of an opeOration foi' Wade I
Woody, colored cripple boy.
M. H. DR'IGHT,
-Stupt. St. IJalke's Hospital,
Greenvflle; S, C,
Gray-DesChianps
Social interest is centered this week
i the marriage Saturday of Miss Vir
ginila Allen Gray to itNr. Carroll Green
DesCliantps. The wedding ceremony Is
to take placo at the home of Mr. and I
Mrs. 11. Douglas Cray at four o'clock
in the afternoon. Immediately after
the ceremony a receptioni will be ten
dered the liridal Party by Mr. and
Mrs. Gray.
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Intiermlediat~es En tertained
Te siacious lawn at the home of
Mr. an(l rs. C. il. Armstrong wasi
tle scene of unusual merrilment on
Friday eveninig when the intermediates
of the Methodist, Baptist and Presby
teriaun churches participated in a Joint
lawn party. Their lessons for the
week being over, the Young ,people
were in Unusually 4good splirits as Was
evidenceld by the manner in which
they entered into the old-fashioned
gaines. After an hour and a half of
good tiflies they 'were ushered into the
back lawn where a feast of good
things to cat was served in pienic
style.
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DIvMs-Arinstrong
A marriage of much interest and a
gireat surprise to their many friends
in the county, was that of Mr. Gerough
Armstrong to Miss Rosalie Davis,
which took place Sunday afternoon,
Scipt. 25. The young people motored
to Greenville and were married at the
home of Rev. C. C. Herbert, pastor of
tunmcomib Street Alethodist church, of
Lhat city.
Mr. Armstrong I3 the son of ir.
1'. A. Armstrong, of tle Shiloh sec
Lion of this County. qlis brile is the
ittractive daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.
. avis, of the I'larmon- Comniunity.
Both are popular young people who
lave a host of friends 'who wish for
hem a happy asd prosperous life.
000
Mforrow-Davis
A simple but beautiful wedding of
uich Interest was solelunized Sattir
lay afternoon at 31 o'clock at the homue
)t' Mr. .1. B. Davis, near -\Vare Shoals,
t'len his daughter, Miss Mary Eliza
)etl Davis, became tle bride of MN.
lernard Morrow, of Marion, N. C.
Phe cereniosy vwas performed .hy Rev.
iDdgai 'W. Davis, of Ninety S.x,
Prother of the bride, assisted by Rev.
r..P. Coleimau, the bride's "iPastor. The
iarriage 'was characterized by tle
itlmost siinplicity. The home was ar
istically decorated with eve'rgreeis
1nd golden rod. Only the immediate
amnily and a few intinjate friends wit.
lessed the Cerentioniy. . irst entered
h1 iisters, followed by Almeia
)avis, little uleve of the bride, whoi
arried the wedding ring in tle ceen
cr of a beauitiful white rose. Then
ame the groonsman, -.Mr. 1-111rni('tt
leDowell, of Haltimore, 'Md., and the
ridlesmalid, M\iss '!'the lII alentine, of
Vare Shoals. Last came thie bride
.id groom. The bide~l wor'e a goin.
way suit of midnight blute, 'with hat
.d other aecessoiries to match.' She
arriedl a p i'tty3 bootuiuct ot' bride's
ones.
.\irs. Niorriowv is (lie attractive and
eomplished dlaughitem' of .\'.r.J. ii.
)avis. She is a sweet andl poimlar
cuing womani and has a large no umbeir
f friends who wish hier' much happ; i
eoss. Mi'. .\or'row is a priogressive
*nd i'ising y'ouing businiess man whor ia
onniected -with thie 'Shiver' Sirings
4ineral Comp?ny,
lImmiediately' after (lie cer'emiony3 i'.
ndlN urs. Morrowv left foi' a ten-days
ii in Tennessee and North Carolina.
AOED CIT'I'/EN 1iDiS
V'arren D~errick Hloyd Dlies in ('linioii.
Waes Progressive Furmne'.
Clinton, Oet, 2.-iWarruen D errick
Ioydl died( at his hiomie in Clinton t his
nooining at 4 o'clock, In the 77th year
f his aige, and iil h e hur1ied( tomoi'
'ow morning at 11 o'clock at I topewell
hurci'h. MIr. Tioyd .was born in iiiun
ei' township, 'lurens countty, amid
pent his entire life in that section,
vhere lhe was a pi'ogressive aind suc
essful farimei', until lie r'et'ired fouri
'ear's ago oni accouint of adivancing age
nd( feelhe health, and moved to C;lin
Os to sp)end (lie remainder of 'h'is life
in ease andl qluiet, making his homie
tear his eldest son, flutlei' 1i. Tloyd,
Duing the Confederate wvar 'Mr.
loyd was a memhler' of Col. Alex C.
taskell's regiment, the Sevenithi South
~arolina cavalry, andl parhticipated in
he many battles in ,which that splen
lid body of troopeis wan engaged. In
871 lie was mnari'ied to Miss Sallie B.
Vallaco of Belfast, Their sui'viving
hiildren are: Dutler H. lloyd of Clin
on, Dr. William lW. Boyd, Jfesse W.
loydl and Charles 'Wesley .Boyd of
ipai'tanbuiig, and Mu's, Deltt 'Welhor'n
t Wllliamston. .is second wife was
irs. Minnie 'hunter Workman, who
uri'vies him, Mr. lBoyd was a prom
nent and useful member of (lie Methi- U
diet church, a truo Christian, liberal
ndl loyal to all the interests of his
hurch, a good citizen, who lived with
ut ropreach and died without fear, j
SA .
.Ae'nyEece oao
Frieds hre o E. P. M~rav, o
asey wi be Ieetd nth r
u o te letin o stat en tr
romPekns outylas vee i
vhc r .AICrvyhadd h-tckt
l4etn t o ppnnt.ynuua
remn ny n lcioIa ed
S Mr. .ic~ravys nomiatin a
audi aeis a bro(ther of desatrs.C
V.r andi hlgh orD. M.Meravy, of ci
Id hor tmany friends in thistcounty,
v-here I.ickwas horny ls ek I
leiesing Su Capte fl)~lfi. It, n. A. M.
A;eiletl oeua convction ofa5hed
R . VA.y M,, lluitt be n he l
na.Thrsday n ight t. th, a
ley reuetd t byepreent andf the be
nadnd t the abrote ore. Wor
n V. .and P1b1. M derees.f hi c
By oer an ofred I scot,
t JAgSu . CH.e SULL.VA, ~. A.
I ER. Ae. W ~lb od
IN oLiR
\ETA SET OFALUNINUM
QUALITY BRAND, "The World's Best"
GUARANTEED FOR TWENTY YEARS
The whole purposc of this Club is .to make new
friends for this store and to please our many estab
lished customers.
'We were fortunat-e to seeure a number of Aluminum Sets at a re
markably low price, anid these will be offered without profit, for ad
vertising purposes,.
.THE CLUB CONDITIONS
' Come to our store and ask for a Club Membership Card---pay $1.00
cash and we will d2liver the set described below. Then you will pay
$1.00 each week for 11 weeks until $11.95, the total wholesale club
price of this set is paid. The regular retail value is $19.00.
What This Set Consists of:
One 5-Quart Tea Kettle One 1 1-2 Quart Sauce Pan
One 8-Cup Coffee Percolator One 2-Quart Sauce Pan.
One 3-Quart Colonial Sauce Pan One Set: Carving Knife, Butch
One 6(iQuart Preserving Kettle er Knife, Paring Knife
Ono I-Quart; Sauce Pan . One "Prideof the Kichen" Outfit
~NoPE 'r~j~out r.oin;istz;. ot 1.11,g0
',X Q.11 KC.1u a 111etl 4i CoVer:, 11 Lb ree
r r. -I y cointining -'a thI-e' thiree
/ ni ils. you will have a plendid
.Double 13oiler, a )'lot l:Itw-v, a Stenan
'Cvok-te, or t co\ntre d 'C:ms'erole, and
mi1any otler com un11 ationis .-III be tinade.
ON SALE ONE DAY
SATURDAY
OCTOBER 8th
ZI
"'THIE MIONEY YOU DV.N'T HIAVE TO SPE ArD ON REPAIRS IS AI.L PRIOFIT."
"Cypress Averts Repair Bills--at rcial oee.
You- dlon't like repair bills, do you? Neither does anyone else, so, When
you have a job of new building or sure-enough ".must-be" repai ,ring, make
a "on1ce-and-tor-all'' job of it by using
re os an e OHDiVAU T In n"Tide Wter -
"Cypressyo Lastsn Prctcll#Frve.
GTif it. Idntf first-clasS lumbe byteabv raemrk Daltl
01.1
E>H. WIKS SO PN
~~~"Cypress esRear l-Lasts Practically Forever"
insisting if neCessary-for your complete quality-assurance.)
Write us for list of FREE PLANS for form buldings-but in the meantime Insist on "CYPRESS
and no substitutes' from your local lumber dealer-no matter for what purpose you buy. Address
SOUTHERN CYPRESS MANUFACTURERS' ASSOCIATION'
25" CraLam Bldg., Jacksonville, Fla.
YUR LOCAL DEALER WLL SUPPLY YOU. IF H HASN'T ENOUGH CPRESS LET US KNOW AT ONCV

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