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* Local and Personal Mention *
Mrs. J. J. Adams has returned from
a visit to Spartaniburg.
Mrs. IHomer S. Arnold, of Greenville, I
was a recent guest of Miss Joe Bag
Solicitor ill. S. Blackwell is among
those confilled to their homes 'on ac
count of influenza.
Mlisa Nell Kinard returned to the
city Sunday evening after visiting her
sister at Rock 1111.
Mr. and 'Mrs. '. L. Gray and Miss
Gladys Gray, o1 t .y Court, were vis
itors In the city Monday.
Mr. Joe -lae, formerly. connected
with the force of county engineers,
was ia recent visitor to the city.
Mrs. Nim B. Sullivan, of Anderson,
has been s'Ipenlding a few days witn her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Owings.
Mrs. Henry rFranks spent the week
end in Rock 1-1111 with her sister, Miss
Juanita Wilkes, who is attendinng
Misses Ruth Todd and Mary Owings,
students of Anderson college, spen't
the week-end In the city with their
parents and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. James U. Sullivan,
Iboth of whom have been confined to
their homes on account of an attack
of influenza, are convalescing.
Mrs. J. C. Dozier, with her little
child, .has returned to her home in
Rock 11111 after visiting her parents,
Mr. and 'Mrs. F. W. Little for some
Mrs. T. L. Knight, of Portsmouth,
Va., has come down to attend the
Fleming-Rpemr wedding and is a guest
at the home of her parents, Mr. and
irs. C. H. Roper.
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Alisses PLouise and Sarah Power ac
ompanied by Miss Zoe Hill, of Ander
on college, spent the *Week-end in the
ity at the home of their parents, Mr.
nd ;Mrs. C. A. Power.
Mr. John WellIs Todd, Jr., has been
n the influenza list for the past week.
le recovered stificiently Monday to
Omle to town, but suffered a relapse
and had to return home.
Mr. and Airs. Stni Talley, of Atlan
a, Ga., are visiting Mrs. Talley's
nother, Mrs. W. L. Boyd. Mr. Talley
s now salesmanager of the Rogers
Ptring of grocery stores in Gmeorgia
ind South Carolina.
Edwin 1. Fuller, accompanied by
its friend, Henry Gaines, spent the
mveek-end with his .parents, 'Mr. and
%irs. G. A. Fuller on Jones street.
Phese young -gentlemen will graduate
Erom Clemson college in June.
Mrs. Sarah Sexton was visited last
Sunday by sevkral members of her
family of five generations. Among
those who visited the aged, great
grandmother -were Robert Sexton and
his family, of Greenville, and Mrs. Wal
ter Sanders, of Union.
HUMBERTIULS RIELATIV ES
AT GREENWOOD lIEAR
IM1 SING BY RADIO
Greenwood,, March 31.-So plain
that the voice' could be easily recog
nized by relatives in Greenwood, a
baritone recital by John Humbert in
Pittsburgh was heard here last night
over an aniateu' radio aivparatus op
erated by William -Hood, Jr.
The recital consisted of vocal solo.c
-by Mr. Humbert and several violin so
lections by his wife. 'Ills voice was
instantly recognized by Mrs. E. 'II
Blake, a cousin of 'Mrs. Humbert's, wvh
was listening to the concert.
PA S1RANI $VA
hone or Mail 0
.ave a. Bit Qu.a
one cent E~c
IE & E:
The round of entertainments for
Miss Carolyn Fleming, whose mar
riage to Mr. Cecil Roper is to take
place on the 12.th, continued during
the 'past week. Thursday at noon 'Mrs.
James C. Todd and Mirs. l'dwardl Mc
Crady entertained the 'briday party at
an elegant live course luncheon at the
home of Mrs. Todd on West Alain
street. A gift to t-he bride was a
handsome triple bottle of perfume.
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Party by Miss Davis
Thursday a-fternoon Miss Frances
Davis entertained at cards for Miss
Fleming, seven tables being prepared
for playing. In one section of the
,house a yellow color scheme -was car
ried out in daffodils while in another
room an attiactivc Easter motif was
expressed. A delicious salad course
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Another party for Miss Fleming was
that of Mrs.,1B. L. Jones and Mrs. W. E.
Meng, given at the home of airs.
Jones Friday afternoon. ''he house
-was attractively decorated with pink
and white Iris lillies, the same color
scheme being carried out in other
decorations, including also the ices
which followed a tempting; salad
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Another Bridge, Party
A delightful social affair was the
Bridge party last Sa'turday afternoon
given by Miss Virginia Sullivan In
honor of Miss Carolyn Fleming whose
o' ~will 1:
Wl at thigo
~at This bild
parriage takes place the 12th of this
The home was beautifully decorated,
the spacious reception hal and parlor I
being u(sed for seven tables of Bri(ge.
Ap-ple, blossoms in tall vases struck
a pleasing note here and there among
the green pot plants giving a cheery
greeting to the guests as they were
welcomed iat the door by the hostess.
After an hmr's pleasure in a ery
interesting game a beautiful n1)(
tempting salad colise was seIve( by
Mrs. Hlarold Laws a(id *Aliss Sar a labb.
Poplar Springs, Alarch 23.--A mar
rInge of great beauty was that of Alisa
Marie Ellledge and Air. Ezell Vatkins
which took place Thursday afternoon
at 4:30 o'clock in the home of tile
bride's parents, Nir. and Mrs. J.'It. El
ledge. The home was beautifully dec
orated 1with ferns and hysus, and soft
lights gave a glow over the scene. To
the strains of the wedding march play
ed by -MIrs. G. 1). Wood, the bridal cou
ple entered the parlor preceded by the
Rev. Cilr. J. P. Coleman, pastor of the
bride, where tile ceremony was per-i
formed inl the presenen of the ilimme-1
diate families. The bride was beauti
ful in her wedding gown of navy alue
messaline and georgette. She carried
a bouquet of carnations and ferns. Af
ter the ceremony the guests were in
vited Into the dining room where ice
cream and cake iwere served by her
aunts, llrs. J. L. Donnan, Mrs. T. T.
Wood and .rs. Jas. Dodson, of Don
The bride is the eldest daughter of
Mr. and AMrs. J. 'R. 10lledge, is a young
woman of charming personality. The
bridegroom is the son of Mlr. Wiley
Watkins, both of this section.
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Fojij Oatr Thrift C
f cub Openi
ale Ever Seei
"They camte f rom Wa off t ued
our big sale ,' raid .\ )". 1P. Minter,
of .\linter Company ye~sterday, sqwak
Ing of the big safe which has Oeil in
progres :s at that store for the! pas. wL\V
weeks. One nan , Mr. .1. (. Bahely;
formerly of this county butl nlow a rYms
dent of Ialh-ighi, N. C., iard or, thd'
sale and came all the way to 1,amrem
to take advantage of the 4)rghIt
teored. Ilk, 1110t his pttrehase(s as ox
pected and said that1 Ils sI\I3ig, m1ade
II, frill worth while. .\r. Alinterl siaid
that he was very imu ch pleasl w1vit-b
the large oli-of-town luisine''ss
Kingas Dlaghters 14o Meet
The Kings I)lighters will hol ar
o('pen mteeting at I e .14' llethod14i chlTch.
Friday afternoon at -1 o'clock. The lut
d11( are cordhilly invited to a1 te nd.
The State president has veen iv4i:
to be at this ni eting.
Mirs. P" C. Wolff, Se
A. it. P. Service
Services at the A. It. P. church have
i been changed from 3 o'cloch U. 4
o'clock P. M. Service each second'. am
J. I. EUAIAd
Anllouncelients for m shmera
I' hereby announce Illyself, a casodu
da Ite for commissioner of public worili
of the City of I'aurens.
M. L. SMITflIL
I horeby aliliounce myself a candil
date for commissionier of public Iwthmi
of the City of lauren1s.
W. 11. McCUlhKN
Friends of 1. C. Halle hereby an
noulice him as a canididate for cum,
mijssionr of public works of the CiW.
Friends of S. c. McDaliiel hereby
iannflhioun1ce him as a candidate for comIT
miflssioner of public worls of the ChY
v! SET HIOME
Alttention, Whithrop Daupghters!
The Winihrop Daughters of Lalurens
.ounty are planning a iamiiet for
Lriday night, April 21st at tile ILatt
rIls IlOtel. 'Tle plates will cost one
lollar each and besides the good eats
there will be old college stunts. songs,
6vils and best of all our own "D. B."
Dr. Johnson, himself, who Writes that
le is "very happy to have the oppor
tuinity of meeting with my daughters,
specially in. a County where my grand
uother Wes born and raised.''
Every Wintlrop "girl" in the coun1
y is invited to atten(d this banqiuet.
t is hoped that at least seventy-five
wvill take advantage of this opporitul
ity of meeting with Dr. Johnson. Please
qend ouir name and dollar to ?liss
Sarah Habb, Laurens, S. 'C., or to
Aliss Kate Wofford, P residen11t,
Lairlens Chapter Wiinthrop 'Ilaughters'.
AmierLenn .tfioi AuxilIary
A ealled meeting of the American
Legion Auxiliary is to -be held next
Tuesday afternoon at 1:30 o'cloCk.
Miss Ethel Langston, Sec.
Card of Thanks
Mr. 0. D. Nabors wishes to thank his
many friends lhcre for their profound
interest and many d(eeds of kinlnesses
shown his family during the illess of
his family and the death of his wife.
0. D. Nabors and Family.
Talks to iLaymen's Legngue
\1r. Sam 'Talley, Wiho is a prominenlt
member of the Atlanta Billy Sunday
Club, who is visiting relatives here
made a talk Sunday afternoon buefori
the Lau rens Laymen's League. MIr
Talley is a successful business mat
who has identifledl himself with man)
r-eligious organizations. His interest
ing talk Sunday was enjoyed by al
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