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Miss Margaret Neil Socal Editor.
Miss Irene Curlee is visiting in
Bob Jennings spent Tuesday -in Co
Miss Irene Curlee is visiting in
Miss Eddie Sweet is visiting rel
atives in Charleston.
Miss Agnes Macfie' spent Monday
Miss Kathleen Willingham left for
Philo Caldwell returned to David
son on Tuesday.
Mrs. D. V. Walker, Jr., left Thurs
day for Rock Hill.
Miss Emolyn Macfie spent Tuesday
John Little, of Clinton, was a week
end visitor in town last week.
Miss Ethel Buchanan left Friday
to teach at Lanes.
Miss Hallie Haynes is visiting rel
atives at Salisbury.
Mrs. John Fafssoux returned Wed
nesday from Gastonia.
Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Boag spent
Tuesday in Columbia.
Mr. 0. E. Crowson came up Tues
day from Columbia to cast his vote.
Miss Edith Hoy, of Savannah, is
visiting her aunt, Mrs. W. B. Hoy.
Mrs. W. M. Wolling left Tuesday
for McColl to spend several weeks.
Miss Ellen Ellison left Sunday for
Easley to resume her school duties.
Miss Claudia .Buchanan left Tues
day to resume her school studies at
Friends of Mr. W. L. Holley are
glad to see him out again after his
Miss L. Opal Winstead, of Durham,
N. C., is the guest of Miss Clarkie
Miss Claudia Buchanan left Tues
day for Camden where she expects to
Miss Ruth Doty left Tuesday for
Spartanburg where she is attending
'Mr. Creighton McMasger left for
Davidson Tuesday to attend college
Miss Sudie Dennis, of Newberry,
was the guest of Miss Liglle Curlee,
Mrs. J. J. Creight spent last week
in Columbia with her sister, Mrs. J.
J. Neil, Jr.
Mr. D. H. Douglas, of Bennetts
ville, has accepted a position with~
Miss Harriett Coan left Tuesday
for Hartsville. where she will teach
this coming year..
Elliott Holley left Thursday for
Bamberg where he is attending Car
lisle Fitting school.
Miss Mamie Bates, of Winthrop
College, was the week-end visitor of
Miss Elizabeth Coan.
Misses Rebekah Jennings and Pris
cilia Ketchin are at Blue Ridge foi
a ten day's stay.
The following freshman leave foi
Winthrop this afternoon:
Misses Sarah Carter, Frances Clow
*ney, Bettie Turner, Mattie Chappel
and Elma Steele.
Dr. Joe. Heustis, Mrs. John Me
Master, Katherine and Jack spen
Monday in Columbia.
*Heyward Hardecn andl Georg
Strange have entered the Carlisl<
Fitting School in Bamberg.
Miss Kathleen Willingham lef
Tuesday for Chicora, where she wil
graduate this year.
Miss Clarkie Willingham has re
turned home after visiting her sister
Mrs. R. K. Tompkins, in Kershaw.
Mrs. Jesse Bramlett and H. Cla
Miller have returned to Richmon
after visiting Mr. and Mi-s. U. (
Miss Alice Doty left Tuesday fo
Rock Hill, where she will have charg
of the Fourth grade in the cit
Miss Elizabeth Cathcart left Wec
nesday for Rock Hill to resume he
work in the Music Department of th
Misses Mary McKenny, of Phila
delphia, and Margaret Polock, of Ne'
Jersey, are the guests of Miss Susi
Miss Nettie Sitgreaves has return
ed from the Northern markets and
is now displaying an attractive line C
of fall millinery.
Miss Sudie Dennis left for her
home at Newberry on Monday after
visiting at the home of Mrs. M. E.
Cornwell Jennings has returned to r
Clemson, after being at home for the I
past two weeks recuperating from
an operation for appendicitis.
Miss Margaret Robertson, of Co- ii
lumbia, spent several days this week c
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. b
Miss Lois McDonald returned to
Greensboro on Saturday to resume
her work in the North Carolina col?
lege for Women.
Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Boag celebrated
their 58th marriage annivesary at
the home of Misses Janie and Belle
Lemmon of Hillcrest Friday.
Mr. and Mrs, J. E. McDonald, Jr.,
entertained two tables at bridge on
Saturday evening. Refreshments of,
cream and cakie were served.
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Sloan, Misses
Elizabeth and Margaret Sloan re
turned on Tuesday from Henderson
ville, where they spent the month of
Miss Katherine Turner left Wed
nesday to re-enter Converse College.
Mrs. J. L. Bryson has returned
from an extended trip to the moun
tans of North Carolina.
Miss Gene Smith is visiting her
sister, Mrs. E. R. Ginn, Jr., at Beau
fort. From there she goes to Man
ning for a short stay with Mrs. S.
S. Richardson before returning home.
The following party mnotored to
Columbia Tuesday to attend the
Anderson-Gamble wedding: Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. Macfie, Mr. and Mrs.
J.- n'es Trafwe, Mrs. G. B. Mc.'..teir
and Miss i inelyn' Macfie.
Mrs. M. E. Curlee and Miss Irene
Curlee shopped in Charlotte one day
this week. They were met there by
Mrs. John Fayssoux who returned to
Gastonia to continue her visit there
before returning to Winnsboro. -
The Annual Bazaar held by the
ladies of the Episcopal church will
be in- the Cominunity Building the
FIRST THURSDAY IN DECEM
BER-DECEMBER THE SEVENTH.
Remember the date.
CIVIC LEAGUE TOURNAMENT.
The Entertainment Committee of
the Civic League gave a Bridge Tour
nament Thursday afternoon. The
following merchants very generously
McMaster Drug Co., J. F. Davis
and Bro., E. Gladden Furniture Co.,
W. M. Wolling, Jack's Dep't store,
Moore and Co., Douglas Drug Co.,
Propst Co., Robinson Grocery Co., 0
bear Drug Co., D. V. Walker Co.,
DesPortes Mercantile Co., John Bo
zanns, Miss Lizzie Johnson, Weir and
Co., B. B. Meng, Miss Sitgreaves, Mr.
John Seigler, The Battery, New Candy
Kitchen, George Lauderdale, K. R.
McMaster, Ketchin Mercantile Co.
Miss Elizabeth Doty gave a party
for the Sunbeam Society of the Bap
tist church on Tuesday afternoon. A
bout thirty guests were present. The
afternoon was spent in outdoor
games. Cream and cake were serv
OnMnday evening Mr. and Mrs.
Gordan A. Johnstone and family gave
a delightful swimming party down
at Reimers Pond in honor of the
.young men who have recently come
t here as apprentices at the mill. A
delightful picnic supper was enjoy
ed after the swimming.
SHOWER FOR BRIDE-ELE'CT.
The ladies of the Presbyterina con
t gregation gave a miscellaneous show
I er in honor of Miss Wilhemina Mayes,
bdde-elect of the week, on Tuesday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. J. J.
- Neil. Punch and sand .viehe.3 were
-, served from two prettily decorated
tables, in the summer-houses on each
side of the lawn, by Mesdamies J. M.
7' Workman, D. C. Wylie and Miss Car
r ie Elliott, assisted by Mesdamies
T om Center, F. E. Propst, Jr., James
Macie and Miss Lucy Doty. Rose
and y low zinnias were used for dec
roratio s. Miss Nannie Seigler, at
trtactively attired as a young gypsy,
Y' read Miss Mayes fortune, after which
little Misses Betty and Margaret
Lindsay, in gypsy costume appeared
w ith a large wicker basket filled with
eany beautiful gifts. A corsage
bouquet of dainty Carolina lillies, tied
with yellow tulle, was presented to
ae vrts now for business this
In a ceremony characterized by d2
eauty and charming simplicity, Miss ta
essie Mitchell Chalmers and Mr. sc
illiam Kenneth Dickson, of South 1
arolina, were married last evening hz
t 8 o'clock at the home of the bride's ic<
iother, Mrs. John T. Chalmers, 1606
:lizabeth avenue, Dilworth. Rev.
;liver Johnson, of Winnsboro,;S. C.,
The vows were spoken in the liv- K
rig room in front of a towering group S
f palms and ferns, intermingled with V
ride roses and white asters and T
lanked with Cathedral candlesticks S
oding lighted tapers.
The bride was given in marriage I
y her brother, Mr. Dwight M. Chal
The groom was attended by Mr. a
lames Harley, of Columbia, S. C., ir
vho served as best man. R
Miss Mildred BrowaL was maid of e<
ionor and Miss Laura Alexander was w
>ridesmaid. Mr. Thomas Dunbar, of w
tatesville, was groomsman. Miss lo
qancy Reynolds Kirkpatrick, daught- w
,r of Col. T. L. Kirkpatrick and Mrs. fl
Kirkpatrick, and niece of the bride, w
vas ring bearer. i
Miss Ellen Brice rendered the bridal si
arch from "Lonhengrin" as the s
,vedding party entered the ceremony s<
room and "To a Wild Rose" during
The bride was handsomely gown
d in white crepe chiffon* with skirt
gracefully draped and caught with
sprays of lilies of the valley. Her E
illusion veil was worn coronet fashion, c
with a circlet of orange blossoms. 0
She wore a pearl necklace and carried e
a shower of white asters and swan
The maid of honor was gowned in
pink crepe chiffon and the bridesmaid 3
was gowned in green crepe chiffon s
They carried arm bouquets of pink A
asters and ferns. The ring bearer
wore a dainty dress of white crepe de
chine, accordion pleated, and carried
the ring in a white rose.
Relatives and close frienis were
present at the ceremony.
A charming reception followed
which was attended by one hundred 9
or more friends.
Mr. 'andMrs. Dickson received
many -handsome and beautiful gifts.
The bride is the youngest daugh
ter of the late Rev. Dr. John T. Chal
mer's and Mrs. Chalmers, the former
for a number of years pastor of the
First Associate Reformed Presby
terian church in this city and one of
the ablest ministers of that church.
She was graduated from Queens col
lege two years ago, taking a high
stand and 'haa &inco-.taught school- in
Charlotte and Winnsboro, S. C.- She
is a young woman witif brilliant in
tellect and is charming and attrac
tive. ahe is admired by a wide circle
of friends in the Carolinas. Since
the announcement of her engagement
Mrs..,Dickson has been the recipient
of a series of delightful parties.
Mr. Dickson is a son of Mrs. M.
T. Dickson, of Winnsboro, S. C. He
was educated at the Citadel, Charles
ton, S. C., and graduated from the
University of South Carolina. He
was in the service of the world war,
as captain in the engineering corps.
Mr. Dickson is connected with the
North Carolina highway commission
and is at present located in Murphy.
He is a civil engineer of marked soil
ity and is achieving a splendid sne
cess. Mr. Dickson is a young mai of
strong personality and commads
countless friends in the Carolinas
Mr. and Mrs. Dickson left ast
night for a~ visit to the mountainsdf
western North Caroling, after wlhh
they will be at home at Murphy.
FOR REV. AND MRS. BOMAF
A welcome home party was gen
to the Rev. and Mrs. John Bomar nid
family on Friday evening by the am
gregation of the First Baptist chuwh,
after which a picnic luncheon as
served. Following is the progrnr:
"We Greet You All", a motion sig,
by four little girls.
-Opening prayer, by Mr. W.R.
Welcome address from the Sunay
School, by Mr. A. Lee Scruggs.
Welcome address from the Benn
class, Mrs. Jackson.
Welcome address from the Bana
class, Mr. J. E. Bruce.
Song, "Welcome Home", by te
Response by the Rev. Mr. Bonr.
Response by Mrs. Bomar.
Song, "Blessi be the Tie".
Duet, "Its Time To Say Goodnigl"
by Harry - Richardson and Man
MRS. WOLLING ENTERTAiNS :
Mrs. W. M. Wolling entertained b
tables at bridge on Monday ever!
in honor of Mrs. J. H. Bramlett,'
Richmond. The top score was h4
by Mrs. F. A. DesPortes, who 'w
presented with a hand-embroider
handkerchief. A sweet course w
.elp us in boost Winnsboro. E.
MRS. JORDAN ENTERTAINS.
On Friday afternoon Mrs. Sam Jor
21. efitertained at cards. Three
bles were placed for bridge. The
ore prize, a hand-painted fruit
jife, was won by Miss Beck Hana
n. Chicken salad, sandwiches and
,d tea were'served.
FOR MRS. KINNARD.
Mrs. Virgil Kinnaird, of Lancaster
entucky, was the guest of honor on
iturday afternoon, when Mrs. D.
. Walker, Jr., entertained at cards.
wo tables were set for bridge.
indwiches and tea were served.
N HONOR OF MR. BRAMLETT.
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. DesPortes gave
lovely party on Tuesday evening.
i honor of Mr. J. H. Bramlett, of
ichmond. Eight tables were arrang
i for bridge on the wide veranda,
hich was made unusually attractive,
ith flowers and potted plants. The
dies' prize, a dainty vanity, was
on by Mrs. J. B. Doty. The gen
emen's prize. a silk handkerchief, I
as won by Walter Wight, of Boston.
[r. Bramlett was presented with two
lk handkerchiefs. Chicken salad
andwiches and frozen punch were
MISS LUCY PRIDE McDONALD
HAS HOUSE PARTY.
Misses Emily Fowles and Sarah
oykin Heyward, guests of Miss Lu
y Pride McDonald, were the guests
f honor Tuesday evening when sev
n young girls were invited in and
ames were played. Cream and cake
On Thursday afternoon Mr. and
rs. J. E. McDonald, Jr., gave a
wimming party for Miss Lucy Pride
cDonald and her guests at Reimers
ond. Before returning a picnic sup
er was served.
We pay $36.00 weekly full time,
'5c an hour spare time selling hosiery
naranteed wear four months or re
iaced free. 36 styles. Free samples
o workers. Salary or 30 per cent
ommission. Good hosiery is an ab
olute necessity, you can sell it eas
ly. Exeperience unnecessary Eagle
[nitting Mills, Darby, Pa. 10-19
Watch the label on your paper.and
enew before your time expires.
. WHERE CAN I B
I'HAVE ONE) AT ]
TIME GET SATISF
WE BELIEVE IN
RIGHT ARE HALF
most part, was bougl
for some time; hnce,
We have the sales
the very best line of
believe there are hu
will verify this asser
We .have put in ti
Young Men ..........
Just received, abo
any member of the
A large lot of Boys
Men's Work and I
Men's Work Shirts
Civic League will meet at Com
nunity Building Monday afternoon.
M1rs. George Long and little Miss
Wary Long, have returned home after
risiting relatives at Blairs.
Mr. Bruce Abernethy, of Charlotte,
vas a recent visitor here.
Mr. and Mrs. John Ruff and,little
laughter, Julia Katherine, of New
)erry, are. visiting at the home of
Mrs. Julia Long.
Miss Addie Rion has returned from
in extended visit to Newberry.
George Stephens, of Silver Street,
spent Wednesday night with Preston
Miss Bee. Hanahan was hostess to
the Bridge Club Thursday morning
at 10:30 o'clock. There was a full
attendance of members. The high
est score was held by Miss'Nan Neil.
Miss Lucy Doty assisted the hostess
in serving a salad course with iced
Rev. D. E. Camak and family have
returned to Spartanburg, after spend
ing some time with relaties in the
Miss Sadie Smith is at -home after
spending some time in Darlington and
J. S. 6
WORK CALLED FO
the wearer who fl
heels, counters, insole or
of any shoes made by as
n for Everyone t,
UY THE NEEDS FOR MYSELI
(EASONABLE PRICES, ANI]
ACTION FOR MY INVESTMEJ
THE OLD SAYING THAT
SOLD." WE BELIEVE WE:
we have for our trade this Fail
it on a considerbale lower marke
our position to sell you at the vi
agency for Farifield count'y for
Shoes for the price made in the
ndreds of our customers over I
te well-known line of Styleplus (
ut $500.00 worth of Buster Bi
' Pants, from .....
ress Pants ......... ...
ETO PLEASE YOU, OR MONE
akes Leather to 5
e Winter Weathe
Florence with friends.
Dr. F. S. Blair, of Chesterfeld,
spent a few days here recently with
The friends of Ray Brooks wil be
sorry to learn that he was carried to
the Baptist Hospital in Columbia last
Tuesday night after weeks of illness.
His friends wish for him a speedy re
Miss lone Smith ieft last week for
Hamlet, N. C., where she will teach
Rev. J. B. Traywick preached at
Greenbrier church Sunday afternoon.
His friends were glad to see him out
Mrs. Mary I4ver, of Augusta, Ga.,
is spending sorie time with relatives
i.i I.e c.imunity.
Brooks Goldsmith, who has been
-iek fo- the pag two w-,eks, is im
Mr. S. G. Delleney and son, Caines,
of Chester, spent Sunday with Mr-.
). C. Ruff.
H. 0. NICHOLS
CHESTER, S. C. PHONE 171
G AND REPAIRING
R AND DELIVERED
New Pair of.
will be given to
ds Pape inthe
?AND FAMILY (IF
SAT THE SAME
ENOW THE GAME
and Winter, for the
t than has prevailed
ery lowest prices.
what we believe is
United States. We
airfield county who
~lothes for Men and
, $30.00 and $35.00
own Hosiery to fit