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The Laurens advertiser. (Laurens, S.C.) 1885-1973, February 22, 1922, Image 5

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* Local and Peronal .IQUtion
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Mr. 'R. IH. Smith, of 'Urmy Court, wa,
a visitor in the city \londay.
Mr. J. S.- Mlachen, of Greenville
spent the \veck-end in the city.
Mr. 1I. ID-. Henry, bafiker of Clinton
was a visitor in the city yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Coker, of Gra:
Court, were visitors in the city Mon
day.
1.Vs. Alsey Miller has veen very i1
at her home in this city for the pas
several days.
'Miss Do)'is Phris, of Keyser, W
Va., is spending a few days with Mrs
Allie Templeton.
Mrs. IL: K. Aiken left londay fo
Charleston, iwhe're she Will visit rela
tives and friends. 4
Mr. Jack Cohen returned to th<
city yesterday after spending severa
weeks in New York.
.\'s. P. A. Simps'on is spending som
time with her daughter, Mrs. Hiltoi
'lludnell in Newborn, N. C.
Mr. .Hal Gasque, of Allendale, spenl
the week-end in the city with his par
ents, Mr. and ..rs. C. 41. Gasque.
Mir. Caper's Tut'ner, of Oklahom:
City, is'spending a few (lays with Mi
and Mrs. L. M. Beacham near the cit3
Dr. A. L. Holmes, of Ninety Six, E
C., was visiting ffiiends Tues(lay nigh
at the home of Mrs. Allie Templetor
Dr. and LMrs. R. E. 'Hughes left Tue
(lay for Richmond w1yere they will at
tend the Tri-State -Medical convenitom
Mrs. W. D. Graham, who has bee
seriously ill a a Columbia hospiti
for some time, was reported li a grav
condition yesterday.
Rev. Ellis A. Fuller spent Sunda
night at the home of Sheriff and Mr
Reid, after preaching in Greenwoo
Sunday afternoon. He left .Monday fo
Louisville.
Miss Nellie Watkills and Miss AvI
Mahaffey of the 'faculty of Connie Mai
well Orphanage s5pent .the week-end I
tLaurens wth ir. and 'Mrs. H. D. Mv
haffey.
Friends of Mr. J.'N. Hudgens iwill b
sorry to learn that he js extremely f
at his hbtiie on South Harper stret
and serious fears are entertained fe
his recovery.
Mrs. James McNinch. and sister, <
Hoboken, N. J., who are spending sei
oral days with the family of Mr. A
McNinch, near 'Ekom, were in the cit
shopnping last Monday.
'Miss Kate Padgett, head of the mill:
nery department at the 2linter Con
;pany store, who is now in Now Yor
" ying goods,(is expected toardvQ'j
the city at an early date.
Misses Maylon and Katherine Bol
who are attending Limestone colleg
accompanied by Aliss Nathalie Thomi
soh, a college mate, ar'e spending so
oral days iwith their parents, Mr. an
Mrs. J. Warren Bolt.
Misses Olive Cliamblis and Dori
Gaston, of Grcenville, Ga., who at
teaching in the Clinton graded school
came home with liss Abplpa Bolt ft
the 'week-end, returmning to Clin o
~Suinday afternoon.
r Miss Irene Floyd and 31iss Mary 14
'phapmnan, of Brenau college, (Gainec
vIll, Ga., will arrive in the city Sai
-urday to be thme guests- of 'Miss Maudi
aMae Jessee foir sevei'al dlays, remainiin
fd' -the dance at the club on Tuesdam
night. Mliss Floyd is pileasantly remen:
bered heore, haviing visited Miss Jesse
ibefoie
Miss Nanniie Kate IIudlgens, who ha
'been Assistant Ser~ving Matiron at th
Connie Maxwell Or'phanjmge, foi' som
time, left today foir Gr'eenville wher
she 'has acceiptedI t',position at 0. W.(
Miss Hudgeiis has been a veiry pop1)i
lar~ member' of the Oi'phanage facilt
and will be gi'eatiy missed by all wit
'whom she has been associated.-Greei
'wood Index-Journal.
Four Children Slug 'In Church
Singhig in a manner that could bt
favorable compaired with 'the nmusicn
o)rganization of Billy ~Sunday, foy
youngst'era won praise and adnhiratio:
from - the -congregation in the Fira
Baptist church last Sunday night.
The qluai'tet wvas composed of litti
Emily Babb, Geitrude Temnptomar
Marguierite McCr'ayv and John A
Franks, Ji'., each seven years' ohf
'Without 'fear 01' fright And with th
hiarmony thiat is found only in-exper
enced 'signers, they .sang, "The 01
Rugged Cross".
Singig 'otice
Th'o vegular community sin ing wil
atleet with the Second Jaure~ Baptin
chur9h on ne ct Sunday saft'ehoon, a
2:60 'o'clock. ' etybodIy is invit'ed t
JG, OITMN(P
Rf ng Sun Chaptex o6,
A regtil' o4 vo
Ra 0t 7: Ge~iaptemo
s '~Oted to be present and to b
ohb at thp pp iut hour. 'Wor
if ~ Pi
V ~ n l'do
For Mlis Flening
Another party was added to the se
ries for Miss Carolyn Fleming as a
bride-elect when Misses Bess and Jule
Childress conillinented her with a
lovely bridge party Wednesday after
noon at their home on East Main
street. Miss Flening was preeidted
t with anil exquisite piece of lingerie. Af
ter cards were lain aside Mesdames
Wells Clardy and Brooks Childress as
sisted- the hostesses in serving a dell
clous salad course and coffee.
r Cooper Ferguson '
- Mrs. Maude Phillips, of Charlotte,
N. C., annoulces the marriage of her
L sistei, Miss Mattle bec Cooper, to Mr.
I A. 'anks Ferguson, Feb. 18th. 'Mrs.
Fer-gttson is a former Laurens girl, but
' for the past several years, has held a
1 repsoiisible position with the Southern
Mfg. Co., o'f Charlotte. 'Mr. Ferguson
t is a son of Mrs. Julia Ferguson, and
- a World War veteran, 'having served
two years with the army n France. He
I is a rising young business maln, being
connected with Hackney Bros. plumb
ing company. Mr. and M'rs. Ferguson
will make their ihone with Mrs. Phil
t .lips bn Clement Avenue.
ISTUDENTS ELECT OFFICERS
. Graduating Class at Laurens High
School Elects Offleers for Year.
, The students 'of the Senior class of
e the high school met last ;Wedntsday af
ternoon and elected officers for the en
suing year. The class this year is the
largest in the history of the school,
a having thirty-twq students. The fol
r lowing officers -were elected:
-President--William Albright.
e Vice-President--Rebecca Adams.
Secrtary-Martin Teague.
n ,Treasurer-JEmmet Jessee.
Prophetess-Rebecca Adams.
Jokes-Nathan Barksdale.
(IIistorian-4Louise Smith.
Critic-Herman Taylor.
t poet-Marion Blackwell.
Statistics-Lois F'uller.
Memorigl-Doran Bramlett and Em
mete Jeslee.
The rpse was chosen as the school
flower, and garnet and gray as the
colors.
Itentor Well Rewarued.
For his Invention.of hbabbitt metal, a
soft, anti-friction alloy used for bear
k ings. Isaac Babbitt received a reward
n1 ot$20.000 from esjgress. '
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* MEETIN( OF .W. M. U. *
Tike Second Quarterly meeting of
Second Division of W. 'M. U. will meet
at Laurens First Baptist church, Sat
urday, Alarch 11. Following is the
progran:
10:45-Devotional ---Mrs. C. HI. hoper.
Welcome-MIrs. Geo. S. ,McCravy.
Reading of minutes of last meeting.
Reports of societies.
Discussion-How shall we aid in re
storing normal conditions in our re
ligion, and in our social and indus
ti'ia- 'lie.
Mlusic.
Appointment of committees.
Lunch.
Importance of mission study-Mirs. T.
N. -Brkudale.
The value of individual Bible study by
our young ipeople-M1rs. Edgar Davis.
The following churches art asked to
send delegates: Lucas Avenue, Secofid
Laurens, FIrst Laurens, lt. Olive, M1t.
Gallagher, Poplar Springs, Union,
'Pi'incetdn, -Rabun and Henderson. Visi
tors from other divisions are welcome
and invitemI to take part in the di1gus
sion.
MRS. SLOAN MAJON,
Vice-President.
MRS. CARRITE GEWORGE,
Chairmain Program Committee.
PAVLOWA IN 01tEENVILIE
"I1ncomparable"0 Dancer Carries Her
Own Stage Floor With Hfer.
Pavlowa, who after new trimphs
in London, Paris and New York will
be at -the Textile 'Hall in Greenville
next iFuesday night, has had an ad
Justable and portable dancing floor'
built especially for her which she will
cArry with her from town to town. It
is made of rare Indian tealwood and
so constructed that it will fit the small
est as well as the largest stages in
America. This collapsible floor will
be . transported in four boxes which
have been especially built for this
purpose.
The reason for the making of this
new device is that the stage floor of
the average out-of-town theatre is so
old and worn and broken it is well
nigh impossible for a dancer to do
Justice to her art, and it is the incom
parable Pavlowa's great desire to give
100 per cent 'perfection to the Ameri
can publie. -
Colds Cause Grip and lnfluenza
LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tablets temove the
cause. Thero is only one '"3romo Quinine.
\'. W. GROVE'S sinaturo on box. 20o.
beut Your
I a keen appreciation
ture, there you can ey
e furnishings purchase
ks. And rarely will y,
ppreciate the qiite re
ly blended details whi
ect honie, have clearly
tosr complete stocks a'
tates. Our correct I
IOMES. This meant
eadvantage of theco
assortments on display
to go about and bee
Le flewest and daintiesi
nalke the furnishing <
a very'apecial invitatic
ngs. See the remnark~
e under' he least >bli~
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Merchandise at the Very
Lowest Price--p
And the very best quality may be found here, so that
when you do your shopping here you may rest assured
you are getting. your money's worth.
SPECIALS
Ladies' Wool Skirt . . . . . $2.48
Silk Poplin Skirts - . . . $1.98
Men's Dress Hats, half price
Hickory Shirting, per yard, . . . 12 1.2c
Window Shades . . . . . . 49c
Pepperel Sheeting, 9-4 bleached . . . . 43c
Pepperel Sheeting, 8-4 bleached . . . . 39c
Ladies Oxfords at Reduced Prices
Best quality Long Cloth, per yard . . . 10c
Best quality Outing, per yard . . . . 10c
Work-and-Play Cloth, per yard . . . . 10c
Apron Gingham, fast colors, per yard . . 10c
Yard-wide Bleaching, per yard . . . . 10c
Silk Pongee, yard wide . . . . . . 59c
Blankets, 54 by 74,,per pair . . . . . 98c
Boys' heavy ribbec Hose, per' pair . . . 15c
Ladies' Buster Brown Silk Hose, per pair . . 69c
Men's Dress Shoes, per pair . . . . . $2.98
'Men's Work Shoes, (Endicott-Johnson) per pair $1.98
Men's Underwear, shirt and drawers . . . . 49c
Ladies' Union Suits . . . . . . 75c
Bed-room Slippers, per pair . . . . . 75c
Children's School Dresses, 8 to 14 years . . 89c
Boys' Knee Pants, per pair . . . . . 98c
Men's Overalls, small sizes . . . . . 98c
.Men's Work Shirts . . . . . . 65c
Children's Knitted Wool. Caps . . . . 25c
Boys' Suits, 9 to 17 years . . . . . $4.95
COHEN'S
"The Store of Better Values" Dr. Posey's Old Stand
Hom* e? T
of the beautiful
:pect to discover
d from our great
>u be disappoint
stful atmosphere
ch enter into the
shown by their
ppeal to and sat
urmiture is going
nplete- It is a wonderful thing to know furniture and to
. Take know what combinations of furniture are cor
>me ac- rect. Elegant furniture with poor (settings will
pieces not create a beautiful home---our experts on in
>f your terior decorating will be more than pleased to
confer with you and offer suggestions.
n to come and see the wonderful display of fine furniture
bly low prices we are offeriig; yciu won't be disappointed
ation' to buy.
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W Ikes & Company

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