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aliss Mollio Grant, of Charleston, is
visithig 'AlisN hargaret Wright.
UIs6s Lucile (Hahn, of Greenville,
is the guest of 21r. and Mrs. , 1.
liss Rebecca 'Clarke leaves this
morning tor Greenville to visIt for
*'Hs iiAnna. S11livan is spending this
week .visithilk friends and, rolatives in
Mr. ii. P Ilumbert, in ehage of high
'ay Aerk in Abboville tounty, spent
ISunda4 -in the. city.
C\1:31 Agnes Liik lf Fort Mil}, is
'thekuest of her 'brorlier and sister,-Mr,
41n) Mus. C. S. Lirik.
Irs. S B. WiTion, of Deland, -NN.,
as vising her 'daughter, .Mrs. , W;.
MNachen, for a ew \ecks.
- Mrs. W: (11 Webb, of Nashille, tenn.,
is visiting her %lfsters, Mrs. J. D.'Watts
and M1rs. E 'A'.S impson.
Miss Cli.1ne Franks and mother,
from Greoinvood, are on a visit to Mrs.
Alex Birailett on church sVreet.
'Mr. .Thos. C. Bolt has trturned to
the Veterans' hosp'ital at Greenville
ufter sp-nding a few dayat home.
Misa " sadie iSullivan 4ft Tuesday
to vistia.Iss Kathleen "Lander at a
sumnier camp near Caadiar's Head.
Mrs 'Mark .Hellams .has returned
from.'a hospital in SpaVanburg whert
,he recontly underwen.t an operation
Mi-4ss Jeanette MIl:t-oft for Green
ville Monday after visit-ing her sister
Mrs. J. 0. Sullivan., on South 'larpe.)
Ale. and -Mrs. J. G3illiva n and cifl.
difen motored over to Abbeville Sunda)
afternoon to se 31V. :iid 'Mrs. Berbid
Miss Wil (Am BoO. arrived In 1t
iity iyesterday Irto Georgetown '-i
spend hor vracation s with her mn6th r
Mres. W. A B3oa.
Miss Edna Rit~Hle left yestertIa
'for Tuxedo, N. C.;i&here she wHJc-i
,.a canpilg :party d':y.oung tpeople .eran
"Clinton and Ora.
L1r. Marion iWilkes has returned t
' Washington, D. 'C., mfter spenditng. hil
N; vacation here Mth h'is parents,-.Mr
and (Mrs.. E. Il;.WUkes.
- Mr. Sain Sherart1, of Los Arrgeles
Cal., arrived 'in ;tr city Frakiay t<
spend his vacation iwith his bvdflher
in-law and sIstcr,'Vlr. And Mrs V!., U
Caj.t. W. It. Eltaey arrived:.ron
Camp IMeClellan .Saurday to remal
in the city a few imeeks before .return
ing .to hifr. duties at the University
Mrs. A,',H. JenukW.,., !vith..ltet! litkh
daughter and Missa *Katherljeaant
Nevin 'Jennings, of Greenwood, ar<
visiting 'iss Loulie Elchelberger foi
a few days.
Dr! and Mrs. C. (P. Vincent, of. M.
!-till, after: spending ,a few days beJ
N.yith -Dr. and Mrs. 0. P.-Vincent,..Jr..
left yesterday for Bravard to spet
hre rest of tihe 5lummeri.
;.ev. C. T. Squires kift yesterdlay tc
gevnduct a seies of evangolistic ser
.Vipces at Samaria che~rch, Newherry
*-oqp9ty. lie will be grtje the rest o.
ttjs :week, returning hotme .next. Non
.vrs. Il. E. Sims, of ,Chester, will
:strrjyc in the city Wednes'day -to visli
..her pgrents, 2ir'. and 'Mrs4.. F.. I3urton.
- 1)icny~ill -be accom'panied by iMiss Mary
IEhirto~p, who has been visitinig her foi
ne,yergl - weeks.
.Mr.diflunk Culberson, wvho bas beecn
e~vilig sonme time with his grand-~
paxrenfts, fr. andi Mrs. Wmn. D. tillvan,
of UiTumjfng Shoals, e9assed tchrougj
the eLty ,Tuesda'y on his .retugj . on(
Mr~. If...91allo returned home kSatur
day from' Sparianburg, wvhere he has
(been -piiuer treatment for moqral
weeks follpw4pg an operation for' jlp
pendlei. !l4~iinugh clonvallosettm
*rapidly, h. -ig ot yet able to 'he :at
hlis desig in tM6 Palmetto bank.
'Mrs. L. R. kpis, who has been myn
dergoing (ttaet at Tryon, N. CZ.,
for about six geeks, returned home
eStnday very rnitQh lmproved in health.
)She was accomnpputed home by her
dlaughter, afiss Efl 'hurns, dh'o has
'i,,een her attenident ~: hl~e under treat
~r. end Mrs. T. (. $~witzer closed
&$etr hotise here J5oaday morning and
, 'heir arnliure ito #1artanburg,
hi~we they will inake .thoir hiome in
1t~ %tIre. -Several' wets~k5 ngo Mr.
.$wtzer Accepted. an exceentive posi
~i~ n 'tg Hobbsdienderson Btore, In
4tatWhu, hut had delayedJ carry
g hi'W (infll uintil lhe had .seur'ed
bildeao Thelt inany frienido hero
e'grt t%9 Iose thioh from the city a-nd
~Q4thit they will return: at~ a u
esgin Myak Positlon
161 tiy0 T. rankts-who has- been
o hti~~ietos National d3enn
no ye~uti~ hits Aie etlip his
#tm i the. -to -take stip other
fI iMne his resigna:(ion hi
Eit gagement Announced
Mr. and Mrs. William Hamilton
111ePhail a n nounce the e'ngagement of
their daigl1ter, jAlcy,.to Mr. 14dward
Carter Price of Barnwell, S. Cs, the
wedding to take place. ii September.
Quite a surpr.ise to O.heir many
frient throughout 'the county and
state was the marriage 1of K.liss Mattie
ljobo Pool, youngest 'daughfir of Mr.
iihld Mlrs. Thomas P, Poole, of Laurens,
'and Mr. John Per):y nlaning, formerly
of Edgefield, but, how superintendent
of the I)oSausu.-re state farm near la
good. The eremony wan performed
in Colum-bla Imst Thursday, July 20th,
at two o'el<'t iby the Re. T. 0. Skin
ner, pastor 'bf the First. Buptist church
of that.cif.A The--happy young c'ouple
went immediately to their new home
at lagord to begin housekeeping.
Tlicy llAv the congratulations aan
'best '94hes of their many friends who
wish 'tshem ev.ery joy and.lhappiness.
Tiro'bride -is a graduate of Ln4mer
cofllt and' has taught iIn the conity
for - year, during which time she has
by 1 er charming personality end':ared
liervlf to many friends who w-ill re
geet that her marriage will take her
.aay from the county. The groom is a
Ykry Iopular and successful lusiness
hian having bmen connected *xithi the
hate farm for a number of y-ars.
The following acco-nit or '-he mar
'riage of R-, J. A. T-aniblin formerly
of this coun'ty, whici occur'red in New
port 'NewA Va., last. week, *iil he rea<1
with interest by h3 mainiy friends ii
A pretty marvige "-was cclebrated
Wednesday afterro-on ati4::30 o'clocli
at Arentt Avemue 'Ballkst church
when Miss Marrow 'Dails became th<
bride el Rev. J. -A. Tufnplin, of Lau
rens, S. C. The ceremoty was per
formed 'by the Ma-ator '6f the church
Rev. Harry J. 'Qeoodwli, assisted b3
Rev. William 1P. Stuart,, of Hampton
The church was (effecUvely decor
ated with potted -palms,'-evergreen am
cut Bowers of Nuaftel 'eolors. Preced
ing the ceremony Misses 'Mabel an<
Marion Went, -neine-of t,1e bride, whi
wore dainty -frocksn of iptnk and bim
georgette icrepe, .ang he'lie Sweetes
Story Ever Told:" Miss Evelyn Davis
who wore a gowsi of :geecn cantot
creipe Presided -at the organ.
The bride, Wy'he :entered tile church
with her brother, A. L. Davis, worn
a gown of white canton crepe witl
hat and accessories to match. She
carried a show' lboutgut of whbitl
astors and small garden flowers
Miss Sarah Davis, sister.-of the bride
was maid of honor. She wore an orchi(
colored gown" of crope "de chine with
picture hat and her flowers :were in
arm bunch of astors Ju patel shales
-Master usseh Fox carried the ring
ithe. heart of a rose and .the flower
girl wvas little Mlss 'Heulah Frox-, whc
wor'e a frock of -blue organdle and
carried a basket of gade oses. The
.groom had an his -best man,Miev. Clyde
fi-ickerson, of South Norf'olk; and the
*.utlhers were L. S. Davis, XP. A. Curtis
and R1. D. West.'
Mir. and -Mrs. Tamblin left on tihe
Washington steamer for W'uslngton
*eui' wvill later go to 'South Carolina te
visit Mr. Tutm'blin's parents. On their
return they willI immediately..comuplete
spreparatIons for tak'Ing up thoeir wvork
in Brazil Aw-here they were reen~tly as
signedt as missionarics *by the -D3aptist
Foreigi, M\ission -Hoard.
-AmTor~ the out--of-town1 guqis - at
tending -jf he wedding were Mr's. NT'. 11'.
JO'avis, ,of Eanst Orange, N. J.; AJrs,
'iac C~oohlecr andl childlren, of Fitts
-lurgh; 411 A. E. Chapman, of ich~i
mend; Mr's, W. 1E. Nicholson, of )Nar
folk; -Mr. Atnd Mrs. Frank B~ar.c~lay,
Al1iss 'Mary -Holt, 'is. Mary M. Blallty
81n( 'Mrs.' Sitif, all of VirgipIlg
,-o o 0o
-Wedlding .at W~h'lire
Qf Jnterest to a-vide circle of friends
thr'oughout the stat.e wvas the marriage
of Miss Frances C. dJeter, only daugh..
ter of Wf'r. and tMrs. S. A. .Jeter, andl
A, i1hett Martin, at -the home of the
Jid(e'i pa rents in 'Whitmiire, at .10
1clock Whdnesdlay miorning by the
Rev. P. m11npsom l ey
O i accolmt of th'e reewt death of
a -sister' of the groom, thet marriage
was a ver'y qu'iet, affair. The occasion
was one of sacr'ed associati~ns and
siin'ple 1jeauty. No invltat~fons had
-been issued and the marriage *was
twitnessed 'by only the inmeriate ela..
tives of the -brtdeu and 'bridegr'oomi..
-The ' bride wvas attired in a lovely
tmnveling suit of falvn-colored. tilo
tinie embroidered -in harmonising col.
Ore with ncesories to. -match.
Thle yonng coupfe left imimediaitely
-big.uto- and wil-sppnd their hotney
myonl~o1,Ltilfng the .mounltails .Ot west
ei ~ ' olhn. Upon their return thoy
Will 1 gt. homte at Gray Court,
1f) ibgg cio ted' 0u
the Womans College of Duo West and
has taken a special course in the Uni
versity of Virginia. She taught the
Past year at Gray Court, where her
sweet depo.tion won her manv
The groom is the son of Mr. Alvin
IMartinl and is one of Gray Court's
most successful business men. He is
a plptlar young man -with splendid
0 0 0
A wedding of interest In this sec
tion and in the state . was that of
Miss IHarriet Humbert 'Sullivaun, of
Laurens, and - Mr. H-larold D3avis, of
Beiiviek, Pa., which wa-s solemnized
Thursday afternoon ut. 5 o'clock .at
the home of the bride on South lar
per street. The Sullivan home was
artkistielly decorated with baskets of
summlIeL floivers, giving a beautiful ef
feet. In the hall the stately gladlolus
was used in the ceremony room an al
tar had been1 -improvised-ferns were
used as a background and on either
side a tall, ivy-twined pedestal held a
gra'ceful basket of shasta daisies while
nVerhead a wedding .hell made of white
;roses was suspended by -white tulle and
4vy. Crystal baskets holding white ros
es stood on the mantel.
In the (liing room, cre'pe myrtle,
pink roses and ' ferns were us'ed efAec
tively and the centerpiece for the lable
was a beautiful wedding cake. in the
living room where punch was -served,
-bas4ets of yellow daisies, %inias and
sunflowers were used with 'ood effect.
Over all the light of many Candles shed
a soft glow.
'Preceding the ceremofy 'Miss Hattic
Oray, acconipanied -by 'Mis , Ma ry
Waya4tt, of Easley, sang '*ecause", id
at the alnwointed hour to the strains of
Lohengrin' wedding Umrdh played by
Miss Wyatt, the bridal party desecend
ed the stairs and entered the ceremony
room. iTAiChe rMissesAailgaret Qalber
son, as ribbon girl, and Margaret Mil
ler, as flower girl, were the first to en
ter. They were fol:owed by the dame
of honor, Mrs. . Herbert Sullivan,
of Abbevi'fle, who wore a crepe dresm
of green and -white1 with hat to match
and -ca:rledl a bomrNet of Columbia ros
es. Next came little Miss Kathlyr
Switzer, who carridd the ring on v
whit* sutin -15i116t,
Gowned in a dress of champagn
canton crepe and Spailish lace with ac
cessuoies to mmateli "nd carrying i
shower bouquet of brides' roses -th
bride .eiltered the'-m-emony room oi
the arm of her sister, Hiss Anna Sul.
liva-n, the -imiAA of honor. She was at
tired in a)) orchidthfifeta and lace dresi
Wi15 ;itt t)-matclatel d -she also carrie<
a shower bouquet of Columbia roses
As Ilse bilde entered the groom an(
his best man,'Mr.' D. 'lerbert Sullivan
brot'hur -df 'the bride entered from th
opposito door mid met at the altar.
-hlere in the presence of near rela
Lives ;anl :a few friends the ceremon
was peiformed by the Rev. Samuel 'W
Just come and se
- There is a great. deal
tion in purchasing fur
will give complete se
years of usage, To
- solutely necessary to
furniture you buy will
Shome. Furniture mi
/surroundings, and we
perience fits ais to ada
S. M. &.J
Templeman, trastor of the First Bap
tist church, using the impressive ring
After the Ceremony there followed
an informal reception. The bridal
couple left later by motor car for a
visit to the mountains of North Caro
The bride is the eidest daughter of
Mr. and -Mrs. J. Q. 'Sullivan and is a
popular and accomplished young wo
man. Site received l her degree fromt
Winthrop in 1919, and in .June of this
year she graduated from the Biblical
Seminary, New York city.
The bi idegroom is a Pennsylvanian
andl he is also a graduate of the semi
''hey will reside in Princeton, N. J..
during tihe coming session of the uni
versity, ald after that exI)ect to en
gage in foreign missionary work, proh
ably in China,
Here for the marriage were Mr. and
Mrs. William - ). Sullivan, of Tmnb
ling Shoals: \liss Irene lludson, of
Columbia; Mrs. Lou Junter, Mius
inie Mlunter and MAliss Linda Hunter.
of Ora; Mrs. C. P. Vincent, Varnville;
Walter and Miss Jeanette Clatwo hy,
flonva Path; Mrs. Emma 'lowell, AL
lanta; Miss Katherine O'Neal, Dr. and
Mrs. C. Q. WVest, ir. and Mrs. L'. '11.
Chewning., M.rs. W. J. .liller and Miss
Marianna Miller, Miss J es nette Aliller,
Mrs. Zulene 'Wells, Mr. and Mrs. Al
genon 4i ,'ulhv'rson, Mrs. Davis Furman,
'Alrs. Albert Barnes, Ir. ilomaync
Darnes, Miks ;iary West, Miss Mary
Crivington, Mr. and Alrs. Alvin icie!
V'y', .lr. A. It. Donaldson and Ais:
'Russell, all of Greenville, and 'Mr. It
0. Sullivan and Miss M larie Sullivan
of' Tumbling Shoals.
Fam1itoubs Old D11111rama on Screenl
i~lovie fans and those who are fom
of the classics of the American stag<
are in for a treat when the famous ol
melodrama, "Ten 'Nights -In a -lar.
room" is. shown at the Princes:
Theatre on Thursday and Friday, Au
gust 10th and 11th. This famous oh
play has been made into a super spe
cial. The story of "Ten Nights in .
Barroom" is familiar to almost every
one, as it enjoyed great success bot1
as a novel and play. It has been o1
L the boards for over sixty years and I
said to have played in every city an
town in the country.
Therefore, It is not surprising tha
the always entenprising movie -produc
ers found in it splendid material. fo
a most unusual feature. L. Case Rut
- sell, who wrote the scenario, has fol
- lowcd the story faithfully, only mal<
Ing such changes in the original stor
I as the dietates of -the screen re(irei
Of course the 'wide range of the photc
I play permits of a -much more elaborat
ver.ion than the stage could giv<
Sue'h scenes as the log jam 'In a raV
ing current, culminating in a thrill
- ing climax .in the rapids and the burn
Ing d1 the Inn are only possible sinle
the advent of motion pictures. ,.''e
ner display, you wo
s that will help you t
of wholesome satisfac
niture which you know
itisfaction through long
recomnplish this it is ab
plan the exact place the
I occupy when in, your
List h'armonize with it's
feel that our long ex
rise you in this respect.
E. H. WIUl
the nos't elaborato stage presentation
Could not hope to touch then for real
ism. Scenes such as these take months
to make and cost a small fortune.
All of the old favorites are there.
.Joe -Morgan, Simon Slade, 'Lit tle aary,
Ilarvey Green, Willie lammond and
all the rest. And an1 excellent cast
brings theni to life with all their joys
and sorrows. John Lowell plays Joe
Morgan, while Baby Ivy Ward is bit
tle Alary. Others are Nell Clark Kel
ler, Charles .Mackay, JaePlhillips.
Elhel )w yer, Charles lBoyer, Km-11111
ton Green, ii Alliall Kembell, Itobert
lIl11tonl, atld man11Y others.
Can B.uy Joy Rides.
Money ( 10't d1 everytil, but
there's a tendency In hutan lature to
be pretty well satisfied with the things
It call do.-Roston Transcrint.
Enltertalinmelit at Ona
The ladies of Ora Rural. School As
sociation will sell ice creant at fihe
schtoolh1ouse Thursday cr tting Augti.st
3rd. The procceds art. to _ to: school
1in.provetnent. The young people u'
the conununity will red- a short
prograi. The public i, <.J:IA'iy in
vited to atlend.
On Tuerda.-, A% ttIt ' th:e :i
be a retilioll of ih !M .\. 'a thers
famIly at the hone of " v. 11. A.
Weathers. All c ide . :r:dbl
dren, frieisl and cor -vo :: cer
dially invited to con .
"-eavenl Is not <Iistat:," S:Ifl a re
ceit lecturer. We hl:tve always hearil
tha. It Is only one flight up.-Boston
Its ~'f A*** ~ 'WC
/- cuite an ie oor eta Resere Bakan
ME kR OU1R'1 bank YR ba
The CHARACTER of the MEN as well as their
financial responsibility had to be round 0. K. before
we could become a member of the. FEDERAL RE
SERVE system of banks.
Being a Member Bank of this National System
means that our bank is one of a vast, strong CHAIN
of banks linked together for the protection vf our
When your money is in our bank you can GET
it when you WANT it--because we can take our se
curities any time to our Central Reserve Bank and
We add 4 per cent. fwderest.
Make OUR bank YOUR bank
The Enterprise National Bank
N. B. DIAL, Presidlent C. H. ROPER, Cashier
admit that during these hot sultry days
s not feel particularly inclined to go
31, but if you know of the existing values
VE & COMPAN
uld soooge butwrC.ahr