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The Laurens advertiser. (Laurens, S.C.) 1885-1973, July 12, 1922, Image 5

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* Local and -Personal Idention *
Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. Shell, of Green
ville, are in the city for several veksp
Prof, 11. S. Ilurdette, of Lan for( Sta
tion, was a visitor -in the city Nlonday.
Mrs. if. A. -Sanford, of .Nlocksville,
N. U., is .in the city visiting i)er par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. William 'Gelder.
Mrs. 0. Pennington, of Columbia, is
visiting her mother, Mrs. 'Iaura Tay
lor, and Mr. and Mrs. T. Lane Monroe.
. Mrs. Clarence Cross, of Chester, is.in
the city visiting Nlrs.,W. R. Richey, .Jr.,
and Mir. and '1rs. iW. 01. Lancaster.
Miss Alma' Coleman, of Cross 1-1111,
spent the week-end in the city with
- friends.
Miss Grace Youang returned Monday
from Clinton where she ::yent tho
'week-end with relatives.
Miss Anna 'Berry, of Spartanburg, is
the guest of Miss Louise Power, .on
West Main street.
.lrs. 'Lewis Anderson and children
are visiting relatives in (Woddruff,
S'0partanburg and Campobello.
Mrs. WLark .liellatus and Miss Nell
Jones are visiting in Greenwood at the
home of .Dr. and Mrs. J. .3. Mcbees.
Mr. Frank Crisp, of Jacksonville,
Fla., is visiting his parents, ir. and
'Irs. Balle C. Crisp, for a few days.
.Mr. Jack Cohen, manager of Cohen's
Department Stdre, left Monday on a
buying trip to New York.
Miss Kathleen bander, of Pelzer, has
-been the gliest of SMiss Sadie Sullivan
-for a few .days.
Misses Mainle Irby, of Greenwood,
and ILouise, of dreehville, are at home
on their vacations.
Mrs. H. J. tDean and Miss Reba
Dean, of Nashville, Tenn.,- are visit
ing -Mr. and Mrs. J. D. .Watts.
S Mi. Mills Hunter has -been spending
a few daya in Atlanta with his sister,
Mrs. R. T. MDonald, who has been
-quite sick.
WMrs. PW, I Richey, Jr., returned Sun
day from Camp .\leClellan, Anniston,
Ala., where she spent a week with
her husband.-.-. -....
-Mrs. M. (D. Gibson left Tuesday for
Atlanta and Tallapoosa, Ga., where
she will visit relatives. for several
weeks.
Mr. J. '. Simnons and Misses Olga,
'league and iMUildred Simmons, and
Miss Catherine Teague, of Mountville,
were in the city Monday.
sMiss 'Margaret Schussler, of Roa
noke, Alabama arrived in the city last
Tuesday to be the guest of Miss
Maudie Mae Jessee fot- several weeks.
Dr. A. J. Chilstopher and Mr. Albert
Dial le't. last week for Baltimore, Md.,
on a recreation tour and while there
will consult specialists at 'Johns Hop
kins hospital.
dli\. J. L. Beck and daughter, Miss
Fy, so.-.in-law and granddaughter of
Henry Hudgens, of Ocala, Fla., are
visiting uMr. and Mrs. A. 0. Irby on
Sou-th Harper street.
Friends of Mrs. Fred .H1. Walker are
glad to note 'that she is recovering
from her recent operations at the Gen
eral (Hospital in SaI ar'tanbui'g. Mrs.
Walker came 'home from the hospital
last Friday.,
'r.' ); . Bui'ns and ~i r. Cai'l lIo pei'
spent the lattei' part of last week in
Tryon, N. C., with Mrs. Burns, who
'has been thier'e uinder' medical tr'eat,.
ment for several weeks. UIJpop their
i'etui'n they reported --the condition of
Mrs. Bui'ns as considerably Improved,
although for .the past -week she had
nbt been doing as 'well as hoped.
Deputy 'Please -Prisoners
oThputy Sheriff HICks F. Owings who
wd 'in_ charge of .-the sheriff's offiee
duiring the , absence of Sheriff Reid,
wys not .to be outdone b y the rail'n last
Tuesday when his plans for taking the
prisoner's ii, the county. jail -to. a local
ball game could not materialize. As
an alternative Foui'th of July cele
'bra'tlon foi' the prisoners, -Deputy Ow
ixigs ai-ranged -for the 'Ware -Shoals
edlored -band, which was in the city at
'the 111me, -to give a concert at the, jail.
This 'was done 'to the satisfaction of
both the players and the iprisonei's and
e ,~erybody was 'happy.'
Will .Remember Fourth
Although everything in the city
passed off' quietly on the Glorious
Fourth, these-'Who left the city to at
td the balitgard'es at. Greenwood \'111
ie memo a of thiesday l-ingeling in
ttr'mInds4r some time to come. 'it
istimate4 hat at least a dozen
i obiles .w ie stuck In" he nida 'W
tl return' 'tj 19,from' G'enwoodt i
ithe he~vy showers' that till tR
a ernoop, kdthose .wb0' we fdri'
7Ite eno*gli not to 'get stuek' found'
'th$4 going between the drops 'was e
at easy. as It. sounded.
11 the menibers daud relatives 61 th4
~bekc fainily, a+* invited to~fttend a
re nion ait the home of M, I4, Oheek
~ir *Mioen, Thursday, tiiy 27th,1
'tre Wtil be addressesB by, qovral
pxiinentepehr5, Come auid ,bins
~trend# Ifd well V~led bAjkete.,
On' last F'riday afternoon at the
Bois-Terre Country Club, Miss .laudie
Mie . Jessee entertained at a lovely
bridge score in honor of her house
guest, Aliss Alargaret Schuesslri, Uf
Roanoke, Ala'bina. 'Five tables of
bridge were placed on the club hlouw'
Porch which was made attractive with
lot plants and garden flowers. After
several hours of progressive bridge the
lostess, assisted by her 'mother, Mrs.
W0. G. Jessee, served a .frozen salad
course.
000
Taylor-H eaton
un bunday, July 9, at the home of
the bride, Miss tEva Taylor and Mr.
Iolliver -Heaton were quietly married
by Rev. C. W. Tood.
The bride is the eldest daughter of
iMr. and Mrs. 'Pelzer Taylor, a girl with
a sweet-,- sunny disposition and win
ning ways that make for her a friend
wherever she goes.
Mr. Ileaton Is the son of irs. Jane
'Heaton,q)f Simpsonville, and until the
time of his marriage, held a responsi
'ble position in the !government hos
pi-tai it Camp Sevier.
The bride :was beautiful in.her dress
of white :satin which Was trimmed in
'hand-nlade rosebuds. Her Wbuquet
,was white roses. She was .thQ 'picture
of loveliness.
Mr. and 'Mrs. Heaton motored to the
hotel in Greenville Sunday niight and
will start on their honeymoon Monday.
They leave behind a host of friends
that wish them much .ijoy.
000
Foy-Fanning
A 'marriage of interest in several
counties was that of .Miss Carrie Foy,
of Sprifigtfleld and Columbia, and Dr.
W. Hubert F.1nning, formerly of
Springfield and now of this city. The
ceremony was performed at the home
of Mr.. and iMrs. John Salley, of Co
fumbia, on Sunday, July 2nd. Only
immedigte relatives and friends of the
young couple were Upresent.
' 'Mrs. Fnning is a graduate of Coker
college,..and while there was exceed
ingly popular. Since her graduation
she has Aaught in the schools of
Orangeburg county. 'Dr, Fanning is
a graduate of 'Furman University and
of the' iadical College at Oharleston.
He has beeh connected -.with Putnam's
Drug Store in 'this city as pharmacist
for several months and has made many
friends here.
For the present ,Di. and Mrs. Fan
ning are' at the GIlkerson House, but
expect to take up housekeeping at an
early date.
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fit Honor of 'Bride-Elect
The 'members of the Shiloh Epworth
League delightfully entertained with
an informal reception and miscella
neous shower at tile home of Mr. and
Wirs. F. F. Hellams on Saturday even
ing in honor of Miss Sallie Wbolff,
whose marriage 1to Mr. 'MIlton Wilson
wvill be an event of the week.
'Tie spacious h~ome was .beautifully
decorated withl cut flowers afnd potted
Uplants. Receiving at -tile door were
memnbers of the league and presiding
over the register were Ilisses Cornella
Wallace and Janie 'Wilson.
Var'ious c0n'tests aft'oiled mnukch
amusement, the contest describing the
most importint articles to be found
In the bride's kitchen, proving tile
most enjoyable. The prize was a'ward
ed to Miss Bess Wallace and Mr. IRich
ard ,Bolt who in turn presented it to
the honor guest in a very happy man
ner.'
Following thle contests .the guests
were requested -to write .a wish for
the bride which they did in avariety
of moods. When these were read they
were compliled into an attractive book
and showered upon the bride-elect.
D~elicious 'refreshments 'were served
consistin~g of ice cream and cake and
thie-hutting of the bride's cake caused
much merriment.
Immediately following the refresh
ments 'Miss Simpson suggested thlat
since it was near the hour when the
fairies 'appearei thlat everyoge become
quiet and watchl for 'their arrIvals Then
In fluttered little tliss Gertrude H'el
*lpams Yery daintly. dressed ~IA a fairy
and 'peeacted AMlse' 'Wolff with -her
wand wich'sbh reftjested her to wave
With closed'e eye Avhile she 'brought
h~r soinethtbg fr( Miryland. Almost
' d~h~ ro e'i she left $t Miss
et Tl'hilary beautiful and
Vseful' gif-ts attest 'he populan1 y of the
ypung couple: and 'the Shiloh league
is to be congratulated ulpon hav4nlg ilts
Ipader-ship mnore solitdy welded tog h
el' Jnstgead of 'being tr'ansferred to an
dth'et'clommunity 'as is" .more often
~Aurouncemefits "were receiyed in
tLaurens list week-4Af the maidJage of
f es~ 70dyce Dykes, of Columbli to Mr,
kdd . tittle, son of Mrs, t, It. I4ttle,
Sthis, city? augd for miany year~ne of
er~ro e took pAt t ashing
ton Street church, Columbia, last -Moun
day, 4Pd was attended by Mrs. Little
nnd Miss Ina Little, of this city.
,Following is an account of the mar
riage as taken from Tuesday's Colum
bla 8tate:
The'li marriage of Miss ldyce )ykes
to 'oy iLittle was solemnized yester
day afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the
Washington Street Methodist church
in the presence of a gathering of the
close frIends of the young couple. The
'Rev. .iark L. Carlisle, 1). iD., officiated
and Mrs. Oliver P. Lovall played the
wedding march and a short Introduc
tory program. The bride, who was
given in marriage by -her uncle, W. R.
Davis, of Atlanta, wore a smart suit
of bl'ue poiret iwill with minx choker
and a tailored tricotine hat of brown
selecla, and she carried an armful of
Ophelia roses.
She was attended by Miss Jennie
Mc!Donald who wore a rose organdie
frock and a hat to match and carried
a large bunch of shasta daisies ain(
fern.
Job ILittle was ibest' man.
The church was effectively decor
ated -I n yellow and white daisies and
,asparagus fern.
. A'fter the ceremony the young cou
ple left for an extended trip North and
upon their return -they w ill be at home
at 1717 Hampton street.
The bride's mother, 'Mrs. V. C. Hlus
'bands of Garnett, and the bridegroom's
imother and sister, -Mrs. Mary Little
and Miss Iria Little, of Laurens, at
tended :the wedding.
The bride has been one of Colum
bia's representative young business
'women for the last fourlor flive years,
.being connected with the Federal land
bank.
Mr. ILttle holds a position with the
Southern railway in Columba.
NEGRO BREAKS BOND
AND IS RECAPTURED
Will 'Hunter Commits SIminu Offense
for Which He Is Under Bond.
After 'being placed under bond of
$200 on a charge of housebreaking and
larceny, IWill 'Hunter, colored, broke
his bond and was rearrested last week
on another charge of housebreaking
and larceny. The second offense was
committed in a colored dwelling near
[Whaterloo. Goods valued by the of
-ficers who arrested 'Hunter, at approx
imately $50.00, were recovered. Hun
ter is now in jail.
Nege Sheribert, colored, who- accord
Ing to the sheriff and rural police of
ficers, has -been the subject of a great
deal of trouble in police circles, was
arrested by Chief of Rural Police C. L.
Owens, charged with selling 'and stor
ing whiskey. ' According to Oficers
Davis and Stroud, who assisted In
making the arrest, Sherbert has boast
ed on several occasions that he sold
whiskey and that he would never be
caught. The officers found three pints
of liquor in his possession when they
met him near Lanford Station several
days ago.
Roblert Grant, who is being sought
for 'the violation of the prohibition law,
has not yet been found by th oflicers.
Grant escap~ed from his home near
Waterloo on .June 29th when officers
raided his place and found a crude
whiskey making outfit.
Ice Creaim Supper at Lisbon
The iLis~bon School Tmpjrovemen t
Association 'will give an ice cream sup
per~ at the lLisibon school ho'use on Sat
urday night, -July 15th. The proceeds
will go for the benefit of the school.
The plublic is cordially invited to at
tend. '4
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