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WIr. .and ilrs. .J, P. Gray, of Wood
ruff, were visitors in the city Alonday.
'Miss Charlotte McGcjvanj who is
teaching at Asheville, N. C., spent
Easter at home.
* Mrs. Alva 'Weaver, of Lake -City, is
visiting her sister, Mrs. F. 31i. Smith.
Mrs. It. M. Wolff and little Poy ire
spending some 'time witl relatives in
AVinston-Salem, N. C.
Mrs. W. D. Ferguson and AMrs. R. V.
Ii'by left Monday for .Norfolk, ,Va., to
visit friends for a few weeks.
Mir. William Gray,-of .Wofford, spent
the. week-end in the city with his par
-ents, Ir. .an'd Mrs. AV. L. Gray.
'Miss Flora Bennett, of G. W. C. spent
Easter in the city with 'her -parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Bennett.
Mlss Jean Wright, who is attending
Chicora college, spent Easter in the
city with her parents, Ar. and Mrs.
Geo. M. 'Wright.
.Misses lary Burton and Rebecca
Clarke, teachers in Gastonia, N. C.,
spent ,Easter Ili the city with 'holne
Miss Virginia Montgomery, of Spar
tanburg, spent. a few days last nyeek
in the city as the guest of Miss Dell
Montgomery on East rMain street.
Lttle Misses Elizabeth; Sue and
Ruth Jones, of Spartanburg, spent the
Ieekend with their father, Ir. M. N.
Jones, at IDew Drop I-nn.
Miss Eula Burns, from G. -V. C.,'
Greenville, spent the week-end at
home with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
L, E. Burns.
Mrs. 'James 'R. Davis has returned
home after having 'been in a Spartan
-burg hospital for several weeks under
Mr. Frank Armstrong, engineer of
the Pickens .County 'highway depart
ment, spent Easter in the city with
his parents, Mi. and Mrs. John A. Arm
Miss Martha Fran-ks, of Winthrop,
spent Easter in the city 'with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. John A. Franks.
S'he was on her way to New Orleans
as the rppresetative from Winthr Q
college, at the meeting of Student Gov
Ieautifui in levq'ry detail was the
wedding of Miss' Carolyn Fleiiing,
daughter of -Airs. J. 0. C. Fleming, and
Cecil P. Rolper which was solemnized
Wednesday evening in the first Pres
byterian Church, this city, the cere
mony ibeing performed by Rev. C. T.
Squires, pastor of the .bride. Due -to
both the popularity of the bride and
groom and the prominence of their
families, the . wedding which was pre
ceded -by many social functions, at
tracted w id' interest throughout the
The churchi had been elaborately
artistically decorated with white Kil1
,larney roses a'nd ferns under the di
rection of 'Mrs. (W. D. Ferguson, assist
ed by L~rs. Frank H. Caine, Mr's. Joe
Phinney and Mrs. Brooks 'Swygert. The
,entire altar was dra-ped in wvhite, form
Ing an effective background for the
tall, graceful 'baskets of Killarney ros
es and ferns which wvere lplaced in
groups on the altar. Suspended from
aibove was an arch, twined wvith ivy
and fern~s, from twhxichi hung -beautiful
baskiets of white roses. Rlays of soft
light emanating from hidden sourcce,
'blended with the color schienme of green
Long 'before the appointed hour, the
church wvas filled with friends of the
'popular young couple, an artistic musi
cal 'program 'being rendered by Mr's. IM.
L. 'Roper', organist, and Miss Virginia
E~vanis, of Greenville >Womnan's College,
who sang, "Until" and "At Dawning,"
accompanied -by a'-rs.' Rtoper.
As the notes of the wedding march
from Lohengrin were sounded, the
'bridal -party entered led by the ushers,
Frank .H. Canine, brother-in-law of the
'bride,' Charles 'Himghes, (David Childress
"-zd :Houston .Roper, brother of the
groom. They Jver'e followed alternate
ly by the bridesmaids and groomsmnen,
the bridesinalds 'weaing gowns of
green and pink and carrying 'bouquets
of Killarney roses. 'Miss Margaret 'Dun
lap and Miss 10mmie Lou iasiington,
gowned in pink, were followed by An
thony 'Fuller and Marion Allen, oi
Grpenwood. tMisses 'Rebecca Lake and
Lil'la Todd enteired in 'beautiful gowns
of green anil were followed 'by Truman
'Roper and ThornWell Dunlap. Misses
Virginia -Bullivan and 'Mary Roper, in
'pinki, iwere followed by 'John F.' Snow
gf Georgetown, and 0. B. Simmons.
The -dainty little, flower girls were th'e
little Misses IEvelyn RIoper and 'Itra
Aylett Fleming. BSyelyn. Roper, in a
pink taffeta dresit garried a little sil.
ver bssket with green tulle, while lit
tle Zjs0 Fleming, in g 4ress of green
taffet'a, carrieg 'a silyog basket with
pink tulle, John 'WeSITodd, Jr., in a
blaok satin Lord 'lauft0roy suit, was
-ring bearer.' - -
The bilde, never looking lovIler in
her girlish -beauty than on this occa
sion, entered on the arm of her brother.
Charles Fleming, by .whom she was giv
en in !marriage and was met at the al
tar by the bridegroom and his brother,
Robert 1-1. -Roper, as best man. Her
twedding gown was of Duchess satin
w.ith panels oui theback and front made
o0' irridescent beads, and boffant panels
of tulle were on either- side. -'The train
was of tulle, -banded oi either side with
white satin ribbon and caught at in
tervals -with real orangegblossoms. The
veil, caught to the hair )vith a wreath
of real orange blossoms was ehld high
in the back in coronet style. She car
ried a beau.tiful bouquet of brides' ros
es. She was attended by 11iss Eliza
beth Young, of Columbia, maid of
honor, iwhose gown was of white ?chif
fon and silver with pink and green
trimmings, and Mrs. Frank H. Caine,
platron of honor, who 7wore a green
cliffon robe embroidered in silver
,beads. Miss - Young and Mrs. Caine
carried white Killarney roses. The
dames of lionor were Mrs. Lester
Knight, 'Portsmouth, Va., sister of the
gyoom, lit a gown of pink with silver
trimming, and CMrs. Robert Roper,
whose kown was of green Iwith silver
trimming. They also carried Killarney
During the ceremony, McDowel's "To
a Wild Rose'' sAsplayed softly by Mrs.
M. L. 'Roper on the organ it- being fol
lowed after the ceremony by 'Mendels.
Aohn's Wedding March as the wedding
vparty left the *urch.
,.minediately after the ceremony a
brillant rdeeption followed at the home
of (f1b1 bride's'inother on North Harper
street.- The entire lower floor was
thrca.n en' sutte and decorated with an
abundance of Killarney roses, ferns
an'd vases of valley lillies. Quantities
of cut flowers were used which efec
tively carried out the color scheme of
pink and green, the same colors also
being used in the favors and refresh
- As the guonts arrived they were wel
comed at the door by Mr. and Ars. R.
F. Fleming while in the hall were the
'Misses Bessie Todd and Olynthia Jones,
'Mrs. A. D. Gray and Mrs. James Powell.
In the receiving line were the bride
and groom, Mrs. J. 0. C. Fleming,
mother of the bride, Mr. and Mrs. C. H.
Roper, !Parents of the groom, Rev. and
'irs. t. T. Squires, and members of
the bridal party. Entertaining in the
reception room were Mr.i. D. L. Jones
and Mr. and Mrs. James Todd. MI and
'Mrs. Henry Franks and Mr. and Mirs.
Will 10. Aleng usheired the guests to
'hc gift room 1where they were received
by :Mr. ahd Mrs. Joe 'Phinney and Mr.
and 'Mrs. 4H. Cresswell Fleming. In
the brea"kfast room utilized as another
gift room . the guests were received
by Miss Irene Ray and R. Fleming
Jones, while from the gift room to the
dining room the guests iwere ushered
by Mr. nd Mrs. Eugene Hudgens.
In the dining' room, a color scheme
of Green and white had .been beauti
fully carried out, baskets of white ros
es being effectively used. 'Softly shad
ed lights flowed from the chandelier
which had bheen decorated with real
orange'blossoms, and graceful vases of
v'alley lillies, set'here and there, art
fully completed the effect of the colors.
'Here :Mrs. .Rolfe E. JH'ughes and Mrs..
W. D. Ferguson, cut angel' cake and
iwhite and 'green 'blook ice cream, wvhile
'Misses Gladlys Roper, Biernice Meng,
'Rika IRichards and Mart-..A Bai'ksdale
served. IEntertaining .In -the (lining
i'oom iwere Mr. and Mr's. J. D.. Watts,
Mrs. Frank :8.pratt, Dr. -R. E. Hughes,
(Dr. 'V. D. 'Fei'guson and Miss Willie
Jones, while 'Mr. and 'Mrs. R. R. Nickels
,pinned favors. -.1'he guests, ushered to
the p~unchi room by Mr'. and 'Mrs. R. V.
IrbY, were received 'by Dir. and Mi's.
C. 'P. Vincent, .Jr., while the ~Misses
Laura Hudgens, Katherine Meng, Lau
ra 'Vance Jones .and 'Harriet Todd pro.
sided over ipunch bowls. E'ntei'taining
in the punch i'oom wvere 'the Misses
Bess andl Jule IChildrecss, Hattie Kate
Eastenby, Betty Richards and Vir'
ginia Barksdale.'- The -bride's -book in
wbichi the guests roegistered, was pr'e
sided over 'by the 'Misses Cornelia
Mayer, of 'N'ewherry,~ and Harriet
Humghes, IPaschal Childress and Joe
Hale, of Abbeville. Assisting in
the reception. were 'Mrs. *Lela~nd Gill
man, of Pittsfield, Mass,, 'Miss Nanny
Kate Hudgena; Mirs. C., K. Ray and
Messi's. P. -D, (Huff, TV. C. Owings, andl
John 'Wells Tedd. Quietly during the
r'eeption the bride and groom stole
niway in an automobile for Columbia
to leave from tlle're on their wedding
tour to poirnts iii Florida. 'For her
going away costumne the 'bride wore, a
Atntart 'brown and~tan suit Of crepe net
waith tan accessories.
The reception was atten<qed 'b'y about
600 guests, 'mnly of then being prom
inent -o0ttt-bf-'own viditors among
whom were: Mfrs. T. C. Gilfrmari, of
Westfield, Ma~ss.,, Mrs. 0. B. Mayer
and Miss Cornelia 'Mayer, of Nciw berry,
the 'Misses Nannie K'tte -Hludgens, of
Greonville, Margaret Roper, of Sums
ter' Bernice 'Meng, of .Roct '11111, Gladys
'4WDer, of Hattvilie, -Aberta F'armer,
of 'Ander'son, 11, (. Gaines,. of Uentral,
Joe (Hale; of Abbavi te, iMr. amnd Mrs.
L. L,. XNaight, of ilhrtsmouth, Va., John
3. Snow, of Ge6rgotownl, 6Marion Allen,.
of Greenwood, Mrs. Frank Spratt, of
-Greenville, Miss Harriet 'Hughes, of
Converse, Charles Hughes, of Dayid
son, liss Mary 'Roper, of G. W. C., Miss
Gladys '1fo)er, of C'oker, Miss Bernice
Meny, of W.inthrop, ,Mliss Emmie Lou
'Washington, of Converse, and Miss Vir
ginia IVans, of Greenville. I.
The 'bride is a graduate of Chicora
college and the groom Is a graduate of
0 0 0
Friends here of Miss Alsie Boyd,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. A. Boyd,
formerly of this city but now of
Greenwood, will be interested in the
announcement of her marriage to Mr.
Mack Guess, which took place at the
Baptist parsonage in Greenwood Satur
day afternoon. The ceremony was
performed by Rev. J. I. Jester in the
presence of several friends and rela
The lome of Mr. and '<rs. W. E.
iLeng, on West Main street, was the
scene Friday evening of the outstand
ing s6cial event of the year among the
younger -Ieople of the city when' the
annual Junior-Senior reception was
tendered by the Tenth Grade of the
high school to the graduating class. A
color scheme of green and white was
cArried out in the house decorations,
dogwood and ivy being used withi uch
The guests, among whom were many
out-of-town friends of the young peo
ple, were welcomed at the door by
Mrs. B.'L. Jones, a high school teacher,
and Mlisses Floride Moore and Kath
erine feng, menbers of the Tenth
-Grade. The guests were invited into
the 'parlors, wlIere progressive con
versation and dancing :was enjoyed un
til they were ushered Into the dining
room. Here delicious ice cream and
cake were served, the Tenth Grade
colors of white and gold being used
as the prevailing motif. t1rs. M. D.
Gibson and Miss Leila Walker, teach
ers in the high school, cut cake and
cream while a ilevy of younger girls,
Misses 1-arriett Bishop, Caroline Hud
gens, Legare Blackwell, Virginia
Clardy and Illarlowe lahaffey, served.
As the guests left the dining room
they were served a delicious fruit
punch by Misses Irene Wilkes and
Assisting elsewhere in entertaining
were Mrs. B. L. Clardy, Wrs. W. E.
Meng, Mrs. J. W. Dunklin and Miss
Lawrence Crews to Wed
The folicwing news item, taken from
Monday's Greenville Piedmont, con
cerning the engagement of Henry Law
rence Crews, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jas.
T. Crews, of this.city,- will be read with
much interest by his friends here:
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Moore of St. Al
bans, announce the. engagement and
api)roaching marriage of their daugh
ter, Annie Stae, to .\r. Henry Lawrence
Crews of Greenville. The marriage is
to ta e place during the month of
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