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. UEN December snows appear,
wheni the nights are crisp and
ieleur, chilly do the north winds blow
ftad we walk on crunchy snow, gazing
Oki a witry moon-Christnias time is
mwing soon I
Wtten the stores are trimmed in
n with poinsettias In betweep, on
Sshelves are books and toys, dolls
and drums for girls and boys; tinkling
'ouinds the giockenspiel and you hear
sweet laughter's peal, or the tin horns'
trmiet blast-Christmias tinie is con
Whenl the house smells-ohl, so geod,
oher's cooking wondrous food, glort
vus odors floating by, mpice and jilums
ee stirred in pie. In the morning
wbeo you wake-snitf the air--that's
ecolate cake! Ritzg, ring, ring! the
door hell's chime. postman says. "It's
Christmas time In"
When you slop ani(d sew and hurry,
leving all the bustle. Scurry quick for
hiding place lest she guess it from
your face that this bulky hox con
tains mother's gift you've 111ade with
pains. W hen you've hickory niuits to
track, trips to make to town and back,
Yuletide crinkles in the air-Merry
Theni at letigth comes Christmas eve,
Mother tilne eann you believe that to
morrow is the tine, happy cause of all
my rhyme? Wreaths and greens and
stockligs hung, aaisi'wering bell that's
rung and rung. OiT to hed--a little
sWeep-secimls a m11oient, thenl you peep,
dicg the covers quick away. Yes! at
ast it's Chrlstmas Day!-Grit.
NOTICE TO MOOSE MEMBEHtS
There will be a regular meeting of
the 'fiyal Order of Moose, )ecembher
't1. 1922. 1All neibers are reiuested
) 'he Present.
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Mue Ch1rfamas morning is
not omnplete without candy.
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* LAURENS CITY SCHOOLS *
Eleventh Grade--Distinguished, Roy
Gaston, Sarah Katherine Barksdale.
Beatrice Iellams, Mary Benn, Wini
fred Sitgreaves, Ruth Sullivan, Carl
Thompson, Wyatt Waldrop .
Tenth Grade-difghly Distinbuished
Janie Holmes Davis, faul ,Philpot;
Distinguished, Clara Boyd, ' Nelle
Cheek, Ada Catherine Owings, Thomas
Ninth Grade, A 'Section-Highly Dis
tinguished, Willie Kate Baldwin; Dis
tinguished, ,Ruth 'Stewart, Perrin
Ninth Grade, Section H-None.
Eighth Grade, Section A-i'ighly
Distinguished, legare Blackwell, lar
lowe Mahaffey, Martha Power, larriett
Todd, Bruce Thompson;ilVstinguished,
Mary Baldwin, Collyar Barks4alc, Bil
ly Bolt, Hugh Coleman, Minnie Gold
en, 'Hlattie Miller, Amaryllis Smith,
Cecil Sullivan, Sam Todd.
Eighth Grade, 'Section B-Highly
Distinguished, Frances 'Finley; Distiun
guished, Thomas.Hamilton, Charles
Senn, Sara Cheek, tebecc Myers.
Seventh Grade, Section A-Dis.li
ruished, 'Fannie Rosenthal, Annie Pow
nr, William Bramlett, Lowrie Beacham,
William Crews, Margaret Wasson,
Jones Martin, Robert loore, Mary
Reid, 'Dallas Dendy, Henry Jc Mad
Seventh Grade, Section B-lighlyl
Distinguished, Mary Ball, Martha
Boyd; iistinguished, Mary Anderson,
\label 'Bartin. Eloise Young.
Sixth Grade, Section A-Distingitish
3d. irene Todd, James Dunklin, Martin
Miller, Emily Taylor, Ralph -Ball, Jack
B1ab), Jack Wysong, Mary IOelle Row
land, Jeanette Hamilton, Mary 'Lowis
Sixth Grade, Section B-Distinguish
ed, Martha Franks, Arminda Hough,
Fifth Grado, Scotion A-Distin
,uished, Rolfe l-ughe?, Hiram Lang
Aton, Wilfrod McCravy, Clifton Mc
bIaurin, Sara 'Dorroh, Leonora Miller.
jifth Grade, Section B--Highly Dis
inguishod, C. T. Squires, Jr., Dorothy
'orwood; Distinguished, Helen Vin
3cnt, 'Louis Wham, Mildred Wysong,
lary lllen Owens.
Fourth Grade, Section A-Distin
;uished, Jack Balle, Mary Crisp.
Fourth Grade, Section 'B-Highly
Distingitished, Dorothy Sitgreaves,
Louise Taylor; tDistinguished, DeWitt
4orwood, Charles Vincent, Clyde Ray,
foe Reid, Haskell Sanders, Margaret
McCravy, Sarah Riddle, Clemiegene
roague, Cecyle Ferguson.
Third Grade, Section A-Distin
guished, Jack Chand4er, James Davis,
Tr., Ambrose Hudgens, 1311ly Lancas
or, 'Ilarold 'Lee, 'Laura Babb, Virgirtin
Blades, Martha Susan Briggs, ME
larence J3ramlett, 'Harriett Gmy.
Third Grade, Section B-Distin
;uished, Lawton Vincent, Samuel
Wilkes, Maudaline Sullivan, Mary
iSecond (rade, Section A-Highly
Distinguished, Billie Copeland, Bob
3hiildress; Distinguished, Margaret
3ray, Thomas 'Babb, Willie Bolt,
ltobert Bolt, Maurice Cannon, Edwin
Second Grade, Section B--Dstin
uished, .Rachel Norwood Frances
Putnam, Mary Frances Shell, Janelle
3pinks, Helen Templeton, James Ow
ings, 0. L. Watson.
First Grade, Section A-Distinguish
ud, Marion Meachami, John Bolt, Dan
B~riggs, Harold Cheek, Paul D~illard,
bjewis Jones, George Stathakis, Mary
Blalle, 'Mary 'Hron~)lLf 'Davis, Frances
D)onnon, Virginia Finley, Alice Hen
lerson, Elizabeth 'Hicks, 1cle 'rum
First Grade, 9ection (B-Distinguish
3d, Robert Rosec, Malcolm Squires, Sa
lie Franks, Virginia McCuen, Kath
3rine Owens, ISophie Stillivan, Jessie
Laurens Mil School
Fourth Grade-Hlighly Distinguished,
FBlmer D~avis; Distinguished, Bessie
D)avls, Ancol Martin, Lyda Snoddy, Al
Third Grade-Distinguished, Elvira
Jannon, sBeulah -Davis, Oma Davis.
Wildred 1H1ll, Cleo Martin.
Second Grade-flist inguished, Chris
.ne Weathers, Hattie 'Wilbern, John
Wesley .owis, Clyde McGill, Willie
WecGlohorn, Coybitt Nelson, lmer
First Grd-itigihd Ada May
3rifmn, Sarah (Word, Roy .Bishop, Ben
Take notice that on the 22nd day of
D)ecembor, 1922, I wvill render a final
iccount of my acts and doings as Ad
ninistrator of the estate of J. E. Mar
Lin deceased, In .the offIce of the Judge
f ?robate of Laurens coutity, att 11
o'clock a. m. and on then same day
wvill apply for a final discharge -from
ray trust. as Administrator.
Any person indebted tel said estate
Is notified and reqiuied t'o make pay
lont' en .that date;. anid all apersons
xkving claims against said estate will
)geseTht ,thoem on: or .before. paidl date,
hItly proyen or 'he forever bar'red.. '
ov. 22, 1922. 19-5t-A
IFILLINGT THE I
For little children everywhere
A Joyous season still we make;
We bring our precolus gifts to them, j
Even for th- dear child Jesus' make. r
-Phoeb Cary. b
W H1IRD there are children thea
Christmas stocking should never
be forgotten. Nothing can take the
place of It, for nothing else arouses.
quite so much speculation and pleas- I
urablo anticipation as what Sant4 a
Claus w' put into that blmely ar- a
The general distribution- of gifts p
way well take place after breakfast n
'is out of the way; but no child can t
be expected to wait very long for the rl
"feel" of something old Santa has left. v
If all his gifts are given immediately s
on waking, excitement will run high, m
and dressing an(t breakfast will be
gone through with great- difficulty. f4
Also, -a considerable quantity of candy g
and nuts will have vanished before
the morning meal Is served, and witl I
them will have disappeared all signs a
of an appetite.
As a means of avoiding these cond-. f
tions the Christmas stocking serves a it
goo-' purpose. Oarefully filled, it wilb a
satisfy the child's longing for "Christ- ii
mas the first thing in the morning," h
will give him a taste of Christmas
goodies without destroying his appe
tite for breakfast, and will leave suill- p
clent expectancy concerning the other. h
things couing so that he will readily
bubmit to being properly bathed and t:
An orange for the toe of the stock- Ir
Ing, some especially-desiredktoy which
Will prove of untold interest, some ar- a
'ticle of dress In which he can "parada, 01
around;" a handful of pop-corn, a J
'small box of animal crackers and a
-stick or cane of pure sugar candy b
fshould make a stocking sufficiently
bulging to please any child. All the Nv
food it contains can be consumed c
Without continual warnings of "Don't a
eat too much now," or "Better save if
the rest until breakfast." The toy 0
and the one other gift will hold the 0
child's interest until every one is as
sembled for the big distribution, which 8
nepd not be hurried.-Margaret Bart- a
lett in Farm Journal.
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AXA'IVE BROMO QUM NETablets tmove ths.
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* East- Main Si
WITH Christmas ther .omeste
every detached man a Mtrag
isistent urge to fulfill the promise to
Maize the putpose for whIdi he is'
orn, to become the head of a hous%
home, a family," writes 'Anna Steese
Ichardpcon In MfcCall's. "Ie feds a
ripping desire to stand frst in 'som
"He may be able to withstand the
ire of a lovely -face, as close to his
3 the modera dance demands, lHe
lay steel his heart, pulse and purse
o a provocative face above a one
lece bathing suit. But when the cor.
br grocer banks his sidewalk with
ees; when the florist ties crimson
bbon on crackling -holly; when happy,
ide-awake children ov-erflow toy.
lops, even a conrgmed bachdor
ants a woman of his own, a wife,
"And in this hour of weakened de
mnses lies the marriageable woman's
"By the ter'm 'marriageable woman'.
mean any woman 'between sLxteen
ad sixty I
"Just as Edbter weeltwand the first.
>rtnight of June bring long lines to
cense clerks and marrying parson4
) do certain dates represent what we
ight call the open season for bagging
"Christmas is one of them.
"Now some women, especially those
ast thirty, are going to pau'e right
ere, in a state of virtuous horror.
"No 'nice' woman stalks a man, and
icre can be no happiness in marriage,
nMess the man, and not the woman,
as been the pursuer!
"Theoretically, the ab'ove statements
re sound. Practically they are relics
lthe Victorian age. The shame of
ursuing a man lies not in the ob.
ct but In the methods used. For
an wants to be pursued and lIded'
r painless and invisible methods. He
ants to marry. He recogntids, that
,rtaln privileges and dignities can be
equired through narriage only. These
iclude running a lawn-mower over. his
wn grass, telling some outwardly
icek woman that if he run his bust
uss as she rune her house they'd!
:arve to death, and repeating to his:
terIng clerks the latest clevet say
its 6f "that kid of ors."
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