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* Local and Personal Mention
Mr. 4d .Mrs. J. M. Rhodes and chil
dren, of Newibern, N. C., are visitinj
Mr. and Mrs. J. Warren Bolt.
Mr. and Mrs. -P. B. Irby and litti
Son, of Gastonia, N. C., spent the week
end in the city with relatives.
liss Juanita 'Wilkes, of Winthrol
college, s'pent the week-end in the cit3
with her father, Mr. S. M. Wilkes.
Mr. T. ILane Monroe .has been con
fined to his home -for several days or
account of sickness.
TMrs. Hugh 3inford, of Mocksville
N. C., is visiting Mr. and Mrs. E, P
Minter on West Mlain street.
'rs. Vrginia Neville, of Clinton, hat
returned to her hon ' after visitinf
Mrs. 1. K. Aiken.
. Airs. Elliot Osborne, better knowi
as "Aunt Lottle", of Narnie celebrate(
her 99th birthday last Monday.
Mrs. James IR. Davis fnd littl(
daughter are spending some time Witi
Pr. and Mrs. J. M. McLees in Green.
Mrs. C. A. Moody and son, C. R
Moody, of Florence, returned to theii
home Sunday 'after visiting Mr. an(
Mrs. T. Lane Monroe.
-Mrs. M. P. 'Pentecost and littli
daughter, of Atlanta, have been visit
Ing Mr. and Mrs. R. -R. Nickels foi
Mr. -D. E. Cohn, reporter for The
Advertiser, spent the latter part oJ
last week with friends in Colum'bie
and At. Matthews.
'Mrs. J. Moore Mars and Mrs. W. Joel
Smith, of Abbev!he. have been spend
ing -a few days with their 'parents, "Mr
and Mrs. E. H. Wilkes.
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Greene and chil
dren, of Anderson, spent the week
end in the city with Mrs. -Gr4ne's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. B. 1C. Crisp.
Mrs. Robert Smith, of Barnwell,
pleasantly remembered here as 'MiAs!
Flossie Patterson, arrived in the city
Monday to visit Miss Lilla Todd for
'Mrs. 'Yancey Gilkerson and two chill
dren, of Greenville, have been spend
ing a few days with Mr. and Mrs. W.
H. Gilkerson on South Harper street,
Mr. Gilkerson came down Saturday
for the week-end.
'Mr. and Mrs. Cecil P. Roper returned
last week from their horxeymoon spent
in Florida and are now' at home with
Mrs. Roper's mother. Mrs. J. 0. C.
Friends of Mi'. Sai.. 1rranks, of
Fountain Inn, will' .be sorry to learn
that he is vpry sick at the home of his
niece, .MrM. ,Allie Templeton, on 'Lau
rens sti e;i
Miss osi6 Anderson, who has been
spending- several months in Spartan
burg, isagin behind the counters at
the Lawrens Drug company feeling
very much improved after her vaca
Mrs. W, L, Gray was among those at
teriding !he State Federation of Clt'bs
in Colurgbla.last week, remaining over
for a few days to visit her' daughter,
Miss .Wit Lou Gray, state supervisor
of adult schools.
Mrs. ',.; flI. (Hudgens has returned
from Wagligton, D. C., iw'here she has
been vis n~g her' children. 'While in
Washington she sapet much time in
viewing the sights of the cty )and sur
r'ounding" country, including Arling
ton cemetery and ,Mt. Vernon.
Mr. Clarence Gray, former mayor of
this city but now of Polk county, N. C.,
was a visitor in the city for a few days
last week. His many friends wer'e
glad to see him again. 'While here he
wvas a guest of his br'othcr, Mr. W. L.
Gray. He was accompanied 'by -Rev.
ThI~u SCHOOL BOYS
WILL GIVE CAlRNIVAL
Boys 'wiISwell Athletie Association'
Fund' 'rom Proceeds of Amatent
A carnival, In which boys and girls
of the .Iaur'ens high school will take
important parts,: will 'be' given Friday
night, Airil 27, at 8 o'clock in Terry's
01(d sta3 d. Proceeds of tfrb carnival
will go .to the support of .the,Athgletic
Among the features of the carnival,
(besides "fortune 'telling(' and other
amuisesments, will Ibe ei. womarnleg
xwedding~ According to the aplans b'e
ing mnada by the 'boys, laughter will 'l9
the predominant feature of the evend
MIISS RAM SAX0ON IS .
King's Daughters Award Scholarship
for Couirse at Chautauqua Lake, N. V.
ais '0ara .axon, daughter of Mf-s.
C". L. S'xon, of this city, has' been
awarded, an eight weeks scholarship
in kind4)garten or story hour workc
at Chia uqua ~Lake,.1j. Y., 'byg.h~e
South relina division of' King's
J.Mtght a. The awgdrd was made at
the sta convontlon held .in Orange
burg' wvek~ nd the .course Will
nefigy, plub Meeting
Th neaday Clubwwdil mecet ths
0fterx oo with Mrs. G. M Wright in
BY WINTAHROP DAUGHTER
Dr. D. B. Jhns6n, 1Preaident of Win.
thirop College, is .Honor Guest' at
First Anniversary Affair.
Dr. ID, 3. Johnson, president of Win
throp college, was guest of honor last
Friday night at a banquet in the Lau
rens Hotel given by the Laurens and
Clinton chapters of Winthrop Daugh
i ters to the Winthrop Daughters of the
'Fifty-five former Winthrop students,
whose college years ranged from 189*1
to 1921, attended the -banquet and
joined in the stunts and college yells,
all of which revived the spirit of old
An informal reception was first held
in the lobby of the hotel where former
studeits registered. While members
of the 'Laurens chapter sang college
songs the 'banqueters entered the din
ing room. Here the Winthrop colors
of red and gold twere used In the .decor
AMiss Kate V. Wofford, as toastnias
ter, introduced Dr. W. IH.-Dial, mayor
of the city, who welcomed the -distin
guished educator and his "daughters'
to the city. The response was made
by Miss Wofford.
ID'uring tli6. five course dinner, the
Niirls" sang. "Hall 'iinthrop, All
Hail". At the conclusion of the din
ner, the folio~ing toasts were re
sponded to by the banqueters:
To 'Our" Dee * Bee-Miss Helena
To "Our" Dithday-Mrs. Earl Owens,
To "Our" 'Alma Mater-Mrs. Larry
To "Our" Clubs-"Miss 'Pearl Clardy,
To "Our" Selves - 'Miss Sallie
To "Our" Husbands-Mrs. 14. W,
To "Our" 'Real Winthrop Daughter,
Suzanne -Rutledge Johnson-Mrs. Al
vin Curry, Gray Court.
In the address by Dr. Jahnson, he
said that he was very haippy to come
to Laurens, it 'being the home of his
grandmother. ; He gave a review of
Winthrop college' and ' its work-a
story that delighted his hearers.
At 11:30 o'clock the "Daughters"
disbanded, singing "Auld Lang 'Synne".
The occasion iwas the first anniversary
-of the Laurens County Chapter of
LEAD NEWUERRY SERVICES
Laurens Men Conduat Revival Ser
vices in Baptist Church at Newberry,
That two Laurens men are doing a
great work in a revival service iiU the
'First' Baptist church, of Newberry,
where 'Rev. E . V. Babb, native of this
county, is pastor, and Mr. James Mc
Cravy, of this city, directing the sing
ing, is evidenced in the following news
item taken from the last issue of The
New.li'riy Herald and News, R. H.
Greneker, for several years a citizen
of this Olace, city editor:
The daily and nightly services at the
First Baptist church in this city are
being very much enjoyed and appre
elated 'by the 19eople of all denomina
tions. In order to give the Methodist
congregation the op'portunity to attend
Mr. Babb's church Wednesday night,
'Dr. ,Daniel kindly and geeirously offer
ed .up his wveely prayer servide for
the occasion. Dr. Skinner and Mr.
McCravy have 'won the hearts of the
people of this community, fromn the lit
tle tots on up. The preaching and
singing have 'beeni all that the mind,
heart and soul could desiire, and both
preacher and singer' are doing good to
New'berry. Each strikes a chord thft
nieets with a responsive vibration, like
a tuneful so~md -wave, from. the depths
of the hushed congregation, and
preacher, singeir and acaople are in ac
cord. A large choir of sweet and
musical voices, with 'Mrs. B3arbb accom
panists by day and IMrs. J. 'P. Moon by
night, assists the song leader, and
adds greatly to the -pleasure, benefit
and success of the gatherings.
MAING FINE' CLOTII
La~rit nsCotton di hches Luto
Field of Nilrtings.
With an order for 360,000 yards on
Its books', .the 'Laurens Cotton Mills
has irecently ilkunchedl into the 1field of
shirting in its manufhaeturink opera
tions and iilidre at'tAhe'blant during
the past few, weeks hive abeen shown
beautiful samples of tbis material
which the mill is ,turning out.
Hleretofore tdits >mil'. 'has only en
deavored to iweoave ile coarser grade of
goods, but tfib iuainpeloof ifiner goods
being turned out now, ink colors and
silk stripes, giyes eprenljse of success
in this wider ;fld. 4
Mir. M. L4 Smnith states that the cot
ton for this material was grown in
this counmty and is proving satisfac
toiy ,in evei'y i'eset.~
Presiding Elder t~o Preach
'Iev. ' J., 'M, Steadman, Presiding
JElder, twilli jreach ai 4eesillie 4hurch
Sunday, 'Aliril' 30th, at 3 "o'cOlck The
seconld quarterly con~er2ees of L~au..
rens eirouit ,rill be held 'imeidiatelf
after the preaching service.
ORATORS A'D ATHLETES
WILL AGAIN COMPETE
Laurens Hgh School Representatives
to be at State Meet. Few JHonors
are Taken by Local Boys at Pled.
A fair showing was made by the
Laurens high school representatives at
the Piedmont Oratorical and Athletic
association ineet, held last Saturday
at Clemson college. The only -honors
Won ,by the local school were in the
100 yard dash, when Lillions Tidwell
and 'Charles Barksdale finished second
and third. The total score made *by
Laurens was 4 points.
.The time of'both Tidwell and Barks
dale In the 100 yard dash was 10 3-5
seconds. The winner In this event
made the ditsance in 10 2-5 seconds.
In .the pole-vaulting, Barksdale fell out
after reaching the State high school
record established last year, 10 feet
9 Inches. This record was broken at
the 'Piedmont meet by Odell, of Gaff
ney, who vaulted '1' feet 4 1-2 inches.
Thomas Wofford, representing the
Laurens school in the oratorical con
test, was one of the nine boys to par
ticipate in the final contest, out of
nineteen who were In the prell'ni
In the State contests to be held at
Columbia next Thursday, Frances
Knight will represent Laurens In the
girls contest while Thomas Wofford
wv4llbe in the 'boys contest. The Lau
rens -athletes In the State meet will
be Barksdale, Tidwell and Thompson.
"The Sheik" Coming
George -Melford's su'perb picturiza
tion of E. M. Hull's famous novel,
"The Sheik", which is the literary sen
sation of the year, iwill be seen at the
Princess Theatre Thursday end Fri
day of this week. Agnes Ayres, Para
mount star, and Rudoliph Valentino,
who made such a hit in "The Four
Horsemen of the Apocalypse," are the
There will be no union meeting of
the Fourth Division on fifth Sunday
as there will be a home-coming service
at New Prospect.
N, Oarl Wharton, Moderator
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Coach - '- - - 1795
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Coupe - - - - 2570
I Sedan - - --- '2659
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Canton Crepe Dresses, Val
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