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Mrs. Dial Gray has returned from a
visit to Cape Charies, a'.
Associate Justice Ii. C. Wats S-)ept
til e week-end in ieiiilersoivifl .
Miss :ary Owings has as lid? giieet
AJ iss Martha White, of 'Miami 'Florida.
iMr. Jim 'Parks, or'A.GreemAwad, NaAE
a visitor in Lauredh tiidafY.
Mrs. Will !toofo apent. last!wee in
ISFlisbury, N. O, 1 ltv
Miss IIC 'les I home again af
t -r a visit g 4elpi esi e'syilfe
,Irs. J. O. C. Fleming and ir. and
aI's. C. P,4. oeA gcnt Thimsday in
Alr. S. Vr. Wilkes, r (Rice Nickels,
and 'Mr. '. P. .Minter left Tuesday for
a business trip to New. York.
Dr. Uraves 4.;'K'lhight', of Anderson
college, and (IMrs. Knight were in the
city yesterday to vote.
irs. Gordon Duckett, of Anderson,
)as been visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. T. Crews.
, 'Miss Igte PAdgett who has been in
New York on a business trip, returned
io the city Friday.
liss Rebecca Clarke left Saturday
for Hendersonville, .N. C., where she
will teach the coming term.
* Mis's Ruth 'iHnter, of 'Newberry,
spent the week-end -with Miss 1Harriet
Mr. and 'Mrs. T. C. 'Switzeir of Spar
tanburg, spent the week-end with rel
atives in Laurens.
.liss C1ai.rtha 'Franks left Sunday for
Danville, Vr., where she has accepted
'a position to teach in the third grade,
Amrs. S. M. 'Wright -and -'Mr. Frank
!Wright of Ware Shoals, spent ' the
week-end in the city with relatives.
Dr. and Mrs. R. R. Walker and chil
dren h-ave retarned from a visit to rel
atives in Kentucky.
-Mrs. .TohE' V. 'Brown and'little son,
of Darlington, are visiting iMr. and
IMrs. J. D. Mock. . ..
.\Mrs. Rosa I. Cain is visiting her
daughter, .irs. Carlisle 'Nottingham,. at
Cape Charles, Va.
MNiss Bessie Sitgreavej is in Kershaw
where she is engaged on a nursing
Mrs. R. F. Fleming, Sr., of Green
wood, has been spending the last week
with 'Mr. R. F. Fleming, Jr.
Mrs. Josephine G. Watts has re
turned from a visit to Mrs. (e-orge
Knight, of Narnie.
,Mr.''Claude 'Fuller, of .Norfolk, has
returned to the city after a visit to
relatives hereo ..
'MIr Hilton 'Hudnell spient a few day*
last week with his wife, who has been
visiting let' garents, Mr. and Mrs.
Perry Simpson for several ;weeks.
Mr. Charles ei- uglies, who has a po
sition in Fountain 4imi, spent the week
end with his parents, lDr. -and Mrs. R.
Mr. and Mrs. E. J-1. Crews are spend
,ing the month in Georgetown where
-Nir. Crews has temporary charge of
the 'Standard Oil Company.
, 'Mrs. Sallie (. Young and Miss Eliza
beth Young left Saturday foi' Columbia
where Miss Young will teach again the
Miss 'Winona Chancy, wvho has been
visiting relatives hei'e for a month, has
returined to Kannapolis, N. C,, to re
suime 1her wvork as a r'eligious worker.
Mlasterah Charlie andl Henry Foster,
have returned to theli' home in Colum
bia after spendiing a month withi their
graniidmother', 'i's. 1W. T. Dor'rohi.
~;Capt. Hugh -Akerman, UT. s. A., .and
.'Mr's. Akerman with their small son are
visiting their aunt andl uncle, 'Mr. and
Mrs. C. W. Tune.
'Miss Mary 'Ropei', 'Miss 'Tlora 'Ben
nett and Miss llnua Burps leave this
week to enter the Greenville WVomen's
The Rev. Thomas Rideout left alon
day for Washington, D'. C., where he
will attendl the wedding of hisp~rother,
the Rev. -Jlohni Rideout.
Ex-Gover'nor Cooper. wvas in 'Laurens
yesterday 'to cast his vote. 'He and
~'Mls. Coobjer wvill leave shortly f~or
Miss e-arr'iet 'Hughes returned Wed
nesday from' a visit to Wa'shindton.
During the .summer she atte'nd'ed 'the'
suinmier session of the University' of
re, (. TW. ICasque and heir lt
Ssoil He1bbert,'have retui'ned to thd'dIty
Safter' a visit of several weeks in Wal
. halla' where Mrs. Gasque attended her
Anong the Laurens -girls ,w'ho leave'
'this week. for Converse 'college gre.~
IMisses (IfIarriet 'Hughes, Emmie Lou
Washington, Sarah 'iliza iSwygertfand
Mrs. Jemes. .R. Co pelanti and Mns.
Thecgore'Penk6e moto 'ed from Clinton
*ThatMslay to Attend irs. Vance Irb~y's
.br dedl'?nelon in honor of ilts.'"R. A.
Strs. H-osea it~0n and her da,ughter,
aMiss&'Reba Dean, who have 'been' pay
'ing an elxtendeti visit to Mi'. and Mr's.
EguWatts .left 'Weduigsd~y~ for, the ,
-North Oarolina mountains.. ',*
MiAs iLucia hB'arksdale, Grand Worthy
'Matro'n of South Carolina, 9f the' EastA
ern Star, spent, last Wedneildgy night
at Bennettsville, apd 'ltrs~hy nfight
t e~~tme, vis'ig'hapd
Mr. and Mi's. J. :W. Todd, iSy., return
ed from r.\lontreat Tuesday in time to
3ast their ballots in the election.
Among the Laurens girls who have
left to enter Chicora College. are 'Miss
bs Emininur and Rosalie Sullivan, Leora
Hiuinter and Rebecca Adaius.
Miss Gertrude lock has returned to
lidi,1home in Marietta,' Georgia, after a
visit to rlatives here. She stopped
ror a visit to her brother, Dr. 'Mock,
Df Greenvillejen rouje to Alarietta.
Mr.Jiynes ). '1'j-y will leave Wed
aiesday -for Staunton, Virginia, ;where
k wl Il' *isit relat to4fo a week be
rore enterting thd Augustij Military
kcademy at Fort DaflauceeNVa.
I Mrs J.A. Y Wallace;, who,- with her
3ix little daughters, has been visiting'
1ier';parbntSg 'Mr. (id'lg. 4. '. Crws,
bA. returio'd itoedhlmi in Green
Misses Ruth Todd, Sa'rah Powers,
114th? fhbm psn and Louise Powers
left T ruiqw or Anderson college.
MlM -Mdry Owings will leave Wednes
day for the same college.
M1? iLAW'.. 3irphrey and attractive
children, Isaac and Georgine, :w-ho
have been on a visit to MrM. 'N. C.
Hughes, have i'eturned 'to their honie
in Weldon, N. C.
Miss Zell Blakely who has been in
Washington, Baltimore and other cit
ies of Maryland, has returned home
and will continue to go to the 'Lau
rens city sclaooi.
Neiiato'r N. B. Dlal arrivdd in the city
Friday to cast his.vote in the election
Tuesday. Later in the week lie will
go to Washington with his family by
automobile, travelling by way of the
Dr. W. II. Dial returned 'Monday
from Baltimore where his son, Mr.
Carlisle iDial, underwent an operation
a few days ago. Reports from Mr.
Dial are to the effect that lie is mak
ingasatisfactory progress after the o
Among the teachers from Laurens
wvh have itt to 'taie 'up their posi
tions are,' Miss Mildred Counts,, who
will teach in Gastonia, 'Miss 'Donie
Counts, who has gone to Reidsville,
N. C.,- i.MIss Doris Yotung who is efih
ployed by the Cross %Hill school, and
Miss All'ha Bolt, who has a position in
Miss Doris. Young entertdined at -a
morning bridge party .Wednesday in
honor of Miss Sadye Padgett, a ibride
elect.. Nine tables were placed on the
cool porch, where at the conclusion of
the ganies a tempting salad course .was
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Party For lrsl Cooper
-Mrs. fR. A. Coover was Mhe guest-of
honor at a large bridge oarty given by
Mrs. Vance Irby Thursday morning. At
the conclusion- of a series of games,
the nine ta-bles of players were joined
by a number of other guests for deli
cious refreshments, ,consisting of a
salad and ice course.
Fkor Miss iSuallivanm
Among the .parties given for Miss
klary Sullivan, a 'oopular bride-elect,
was 0one at wvhich iisses 'Sarah ,and
Niary ;Belle Babb 'entertainedl last
Wednesday morning. Colorfuil aumtumn
[lowers effectively decorated the rooms
*vhere six tables wvere pilaced for 'Forty
['we. -At the end of a number of gaines,
i delicious salad course nas served.
~iias '2ullivan .was present'ed with a
lainty piece of lingerie.
M~rs. Jones Entertain4
Mr's. 'D. L. Jones entertained several
)f. her friends most dlelighitfully Fri
lay.mnorning when :Miss Rebecca Dial
read her prize liay, "No Dogs Al
cowedl" to about 'fifteen assembled
luests. -Miss Dial's play receive tihe
mne hundred dollar pize in the Cotm
)ia 'State's playwriting -contest~ aat
Funo, and wvas pr'odued~ with no 'ble
meceess at the Town Theater' in C om
>ia. At the conclusion of the r'ea ng,
ight reofreshmments were served.,
Dolhightfu) :IMsica( Ei'ehipmg
A dlelighttu' ,il'rogranmme of i
vas enjoyed ' y the neighbors, aV
lennett homelpf aitti Saturday d'~
ng, when little Ifiss 'Margaret
ravey gave a recital, after rI
nonths be spetifil !eoge'i ilby 3iif
~l'lra Bennetg iMlss -Bennet~ is Mj~~
dil of th~ music, departmegt of the
ireenville W6man'is Cojlege undo'.
lirecction of 'George fl. Schaefei%,jl
v'ihl complete her course this eai'
the assisted Miss .McCr'avey with two
Phe Gypsy Fortune Teller,
ialutph o thie Colors * Bhert' Anehony
Scotch Poeti A. ED. MacDowell
~oncorte Etuide - e' Lst
)1vnmeio Pps MarchBch
1se.Mignoo e (Walter' Roil o
Spartanburk, i# u,- 841.-At the jiome
n~d nei Btreet, on Thur~aay
afternoon at 6 o'clock, 'liss E4 lizabeth
McClintock was married to P. P. Swan
by Dr. J. S. Watkins, of this city.
While 'AMiss McClintock made her- hone
in Spartanburg, her ellciency and
Iopularity gave her calls all over the
state. iiHcr charming personality and
sunny disposition in the sick room
won her itiany life-long friends who
regret greatly to give her UP.
She was the youngest daughter of
the late Capt. VPilliam A. and Frances
Nesbitt. -McClintock, of Ora.
Mr. Bwan is a young lawyer of
Birminiglham, Rla., and they will make
their home in that city.
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For Miss Sullivan
On -Saturday afternoon, Mrs. B. W.
Copeland charmingly entertained with
a.Forty-Two party in honor of Mjss
IMary- iD. Sullivan, one of the fall
brides. The house was artistically
decoratid with ("' f!owers. and thep
color heme of Vellow was carried
out in the three rooms where cards
w'ere. enjoyed. After a number of in
teresting gaines, cards were laid aside
and a delicious salad course was serv
ed by the hostess, assisted by her sis
ter, Miss 'latton and Mrs. J. G. SuIlli
van, the bride's mother.
A Birtihday Party
Little Louise Roper eiltertained a
number of her little friends at a birth
day party on Friday, it being her.
fourth birthday. The house was dec
orated iwith ferns and cut flowers. Af-'
ter the children played severli games
they were invited into the (lining room
where delicious refreshments were
served, the color scheme, pink and
white, being carried out in the refresh
ments. In the center of the dining
table was a -large cake with the pink
and white candles burning.
Little Louise received a number of
presents from her family and little
friends. When the afternoon , was
spent all the guests departed wishing
the little hostess many more happy
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Reception by Mrs. Reid
iMrs. I.A. Frank Reid was hostess at
a beautiful reception Wednesday af
ternoon, from five to seven, in honor
of Mrs. Pierce W. Price and Irs. T. J.
Langley, mother and sister of Mr. Car
ter. Price, whose marriage to Miss
Lucy McPhail took place Thursday.
The three roohis of the lower floor
were' thrown open and most effective
ly decorated -by Mrs. James F. Harney
,with asters in Pastel shades banked
The guests were received at the door
by Mrs. Jams' Harney an( Mis. Rice
Nickels, and from there lpassed to the
receiving line com:)osed of Mrs. Reid,
her mother, 'Mrs. W. 1-1. .MCF1hall, her
sister, Miss 'Lucy MoPhail, a bride
elect, and Miss Lucy Sullivan, another
bride of the fall. At the end of the
receiving line t(Mrs. Cecil Romer an(
'.\iiss Irtlizaibet h Childress entertained
'In the dining room ilrs. J. (. Ow
ings and Nirs. C. M. C!arke cut cake
and ice cream, while Miss .\laudi Mae
Jessee, Mrs. T. C.'Bolt and Miss Sarah
Sitgrenves servedl. Entertaining in the
dlirting room wvere 'Misses IRebecca
Clarke and Eiliztibethi Young.
'Misses Jule Childress and Virginia
Barksdale ushered the guests into the
living room where punch was served
by 'Misses Mary Owens andl Eloise
Clardy, who .were assisted in entertain
ing by Misses Brucie Owings and Vir'
The fdilowving account of the marn
riage of i.\iss Mary Johnson to Jir.
Jas 'M. Zimmerman will lbe read
with espbeclial interest in Inurenus. Sirms.
Zimmer'man is veray popiular' 'in this
city, having spent her early girlhood
here and since then being a frequent
Spartanhburg, Sept. 10.-A marriage
of statewvide inter'est wvas that of Miss
Mary .Johnson and James M. Ziinmer..
man, which event took l-ace Thurs
day evegi,g at 8:30 o'~ Ioej in the Cn
tral A .thodi'niurch.- -f
The altrgJuas-deormatedl with ferns
and ivy over' a baKground~ of white.
Prior t Wthe deremdny wht)1&wls pe
formcq hj the 'Rev. Mr. Tur'nipseed,
Mes'mes" 1. &' C6Ake; 'DitY 'Bur.
net' anid I-Td'&'e~Bffiai' *ftffdWed' i
Marie 'Dean andl Donald Sanders. To
the ~traina 9f the we fli'h
from. oheurmrtN, ':).ed lyvIr. ay
ren 'Dur'the. usherne, Cliefts t Wfd~
James Earle, H~arwpil..Anders ny:and
Charles Avent, en~tejed 'from theiside
aisles and stood at the altar 'side.
The bridesmaids and groomsmen en
tered, fir4stuis :Bessie Allen of (lrefl
yille and Gregg Gal'braith; Miss Alice
Irwin andl Jack Burnett,' Miss 'Mattie
Mae Avent and Roy Watson of Ridge
Spring, (Miss Mary DuPre wvith 'Harry
Johnsoh. '.M1s '?ichel Macauley and
William Zimmerman~ Miss Fay 'Wright
with 'Paul Simpson. Mrs. J. T. John
eon, Jr., and Mrs. COhester' Wa'd tvere
the dames of honor. Miss Ilattie iBoyd
was,maid of hoftor. She was followed
b~y little Bettie GreeV and -Joe Wverett,
Yr., Who carried quaint flower bou
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