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* Local and Personal- Mention *
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Mrs. W.' Joel Smith hah returned tb
Ailbeville after visiting her parents, I
M ir. and Mrs. 1:. 11. Wilkes.
Mr. H. 0. Anderson 'Vent to Columii
bus, Ga., yesterday to attend a meeting
of Chero Cola dealers.
Mr. D. H1. .Huff, of'.Spartanburg, Vis
ited at the home of his sister, Mrs. P.
Mr. Miller, last Sunday.
-Mr .and Mrs. James *C. Todd spent
the week-end 'in Columbia owith Col.
andl Mrs. T. D. Darlington.
Mr. Jack McCravy, of Greenville,
n:ent the week-end in the city with his
mother, Mrs. Geo. S. MCravy.
.L.A Rosa Cray, of (oniverse 01
lege, spent the veek-end In L:utren;;
with her parents at their home on
South IIlaier street.
W. L. Gray, Jr., of Wofford colleg
returned to Spartanburg Monday af
ter spending the week-end in ILatutens
wit.h his parents and friends.
Mr. Jr mes McCravy returned to the
city last weel from Saluda, whiere he
d retcd the A:inging in an evangelistic
M1iss Florv, Hliennett, of Greenville
Woni; 'ns Calleg:', speIt the week-end
.n. te c* y with her parents, Mr. and
Mr--.. J. S. Hlenniett.
Mr.s. Rlph Te'y left. last week for
StaIu 'ton, aV., to visit her sister. 21rlI.
1). Q. HIuckmiani, and for hFot 1)flance
to vi8it. her son, .h'.1lmes Tcry, who is
'h al('V fttnii ~n school.
.ly s. T. 11. .\eDaniel and Mr. Wvins
low Hallw' wer' enled to Marion, N.
C., last, week on account of the seri
oun, illiei al( Su !.seqtuenit death of
their sister, .\r.Frank Sweeney'. -
M\1r. Thos. C. Bolt, -who in now'. in the
insurance business in Atlanta, spent
the week-enidi in the city twitli Mrs.
1olt at the home of Mr. and Ms. John
SMrs. W. H-. Bagwell and her daugli
tcr, Mrs..Thos. C. Bolt with little John
F. Bolt, Jr., went down -to Columbia
MsM- I 0.-M
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The very newest i
lamps, and novelti
gigantic Spring Fi
please the most di
' nd dfgni d irn p
7tiede bed opn s
pieces 'are igry well
oration IS 9M0 thie
rriday to .spend the day with Miss Ruth
Miss Nell Jones, who is attending
ireenville 'Woman's College, spent the
veek-end in the city with her par
mnts; Dr. and Mrs. Clifton Jones, being
tccompanied by three of her college
'ri;endsi, .MIsses Elizabeth Graham,
Orline'I6 Hunter and RoscIe Springer,
11 of Greenville.
For Miss Fleiming
Ol iss Virginia Barksdale gave a .de
lightfiul party F'riday afternoon in
honor of Aliss Ciarolyi Fleming. The
house Was prettily decorated for the
occasion and a very enjoyable after
on was spent In playing games. Near
the close of the afternoon's entertain
Illent deliciois refreshments eru
3Mr. anid Mrs,. Watts Etlerinin
l s Carolyn FlemiIIng, whose marz.
Iinge t l Ar. C.e1l 1'. lioper, i; to be
anl / eveit of the early spriig, was com
pi ntdby Alir. and 31.J. I!. lI.ats
Filday eveling with a bealtilul
bildg-e ani :1d )orty-tvo oary at thOei
homie oil West . al Iain strt. The St
PaItrich's Ia'y i l ' o.I %%wa, fillovcd il
SdecoraItio.-1; and favors, :hamrilol,
[creations belin g lied for sr1e carth
aid (olie .. Patrick dolls being giv.
01n Ch(ii Vust as favors. After tie
rdAs were Ilaid aside a (101Ight ful
salad course with ices 'was served, th
color scheme being adhered to in th
refreshmntA. Miss Fleming was pro
selited with a handsomO vase by tLh
hosts and Mr. Roper with a prettN
scarf pin. About forty people enjoye(
the happy occasion.
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For Miss Flenming
\iss jilattie Kate Etasterby enter
taned at cards Tliursdqy evening a
n bed room, dining roon
in chairs, library, dave
es; in fact, all that is ne
home. All this will be
initure Show; and, too,
ign, yet so utterly attraciv(
pearance distinguishes thi
lte froni the ordin~afy -Th
finish is very striking, at
xmstructed. The inlaid dec
nlany-gogd ppints Whieh thi
it today be convinced of iti
the home of her sister, Mrs. E. D.
Oasterby, In honor of Miss Carolyn
FIleming. 1Olght tables were. set for ]
bridge and after the games were
played a. delicious salad course was
served. .A color scheme of pink and.
iviite was followed both in idecorationsi,
and favors, the party being one of the
.prettlest given for \llss Fleming since
the announcemet of her engagement.
Mis Lillah Todd complimented Miss
Carolyn Floming, a forth--coming
bride, Thursday morning with an ex
(juIisite bridge luncheon at her home;
on West Main, street. A color scheme l
of white and pink was carried out in
decoratons and favors. Miniature
'brides its place markers and a minia
ture -brile and groom with real veils
at the head table made unique sug
gestion of the happy event which the
ilunheon anticipated. Score cards
were in the shape of shower houquiets
while onionalilres were tied with tulle
bows and decorated with Uiny wed(lding
bells. 'WIth the rooms decorated
ed in fresh peach blossomiis,. the Ctire
scene was One of rare bevatv." Tih
honor guest. vas presented with a
lcautiful pleec of lingerie. About. a
dozen uest.; enjoyed this pretty occ:
\Iy. lE. ID. uEasterby was hostes las
'lhursday at a me(ting of tIe 42 el,'.
which .\a[Is 1101(li illn r ione oin :
street. - '
The rooms2 vere artistivaly deolOt
(I with daffodils and .ym!ax and )le
hented a beautiful color scheme of yJl
lo wanld white. Each of tile eight ti
bles, ipon rwhich ,ereral games of "-12
wre )played, was decorated with
chrysanthemums, and afte r card:; were
lid aside a delicious salad cour se wa
nerved. Among the guests alt the mcet
ing was .\rs. ). 1j. Copeland, of Clin
Engraved invilations and Cards
t Advertiser PrIntfing Co.
,6 liin ror suts in
np t 'a
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T attend our thr
lv n irooe suitssinii
ce i~ nds reu itre in
vil pie n.,sies-will
Tol atton mokr your
SPECIAL SERVIUE SUNDAY i
lev. WilmotS. Holmes to Preatch Faire. I
well Sernmon Ii Baptist. Church.'
Upon the invitation of the other
ministers'of the (ity, Rev. Wilmot S.
H-olies will preach at a union meet
Ing next Ounday evening at 7:30
o'clock in the fBaptist Church. The
service will be in the nature of a fare
well service in honor (;f i. lolies.
who hais been rector of the 1i0piscopal
Church of the Fpiphalny for 5 years,
this being his second pastorate here.
Iev. Ilolmles has recently aceci)ted a
call to L-xington, N. C., and his
brether pastors here have requestedl
that. this opportunity he given ' them
and the people of banure's to express
thei r p')prcc at ion of the services and
character of their fellow worker.
All'of the chaoirs are iniviterl to as
sist in the rervice of song. 'T'lre wii'
he nto evening service it either the
IletAodist or IPveshvter ian chrelics.
DP. 1). W. UINaal- to .' a l~e it erary Ad
des--: and Dr. Gevo. W. Ouiek to' Dv
ivvtr AnnualII sernion.
Ammune mn: vn.mwk
sC 1'''l , thi th .xsig ex (:&::vs ot
h 11 take i l
I'll nl!igh o:*'Al-. 111,h and that Or.
Cln h ' l d of the( out asion.
i . I) ciccl n n: i of thi.; county
d( onle-of it- n who hi u 1 m:1i0 a
w\ide re m i l inth duo leh.
ile iis' on, ( c the m.A.t so:; ht afierl
I ' o-pc,akecrs in the state and Mi'
I .aIn' st.;:ted that lie felt, hihm ell
very fortuna11te inl secuingil-1 himl for thivs
ihe iiuantial sermon will be preacl
ed bly 11l1r. Ge-o. W. Qutick, pastor of the(
1First liuotist Church of Greenville, or
Sunday night precedi ng the closint
I exer-cises. Dr. Quick is pastor of on<
;f the largest congregations in tIt
sIte and i1; a leader in religio'us worl
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ng Fui-niture ShoQw at
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The class this year is composcd of
tiirty nvembers, twelve boys and
e("n 1110 pe
-Road ster -$.50, 'a:
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.i yorel ofiesn tre al
eighteen girls. As has bccn. LhaCUS
ton in the past, tho class Will hold
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