FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, ISIS.
: Personals :
Mrs. R. 0. Edwards is visiting
fri?*ds in Atlanta.
Miss Bessie Wardlaw of Bethel; is
visiting relatives in the city.
' Miss Mary Reid of Chester, is visiting
her sister, Mrs. Walter Price.
B. J. Adair of Clinton, was a business
visitor here Tuesday.
R. E. McCaslan of Greenwood,
was in town Tuesday afternoon.
Miss Bessie Murray, of Greenville,
is visiting- Mrs. W. T. MeDonald.
Mrs. H. W. Boyd of Mt. Carmel,
was in town Wednesday.
Miss Sarah Haskell is spending
this week in Greenville with friends.
Miss Sadie Magill is visiting hei
cousin, Mrs. H, A. McElroy of Columbia.
Miss Eloise Britt of McCormick, is
visiting her sister, Mrs. R. B. Cheatham.
Mrs. Walter Winn spent several
days in Atlanta^ this week with hei
friend, Mrs. Roy Brewer.
Mrs. Claud Vandiver leaves todaj
for Atlanta, where she will spenc
over Sunday with her home people.
Mrs. M. B. Davis and little Marior
Davis spent a day or two this wee!
in Lawrenverille, Ga.
Miss Susie Mabry is in Greenwood
spending a few days with her friend
Mrs. Herbert L. Allen.
Mrs. Tarrant and her daughter,
Mrs. Scott, of Mt. Camel, were in
the city shopping Tuesday.
Messrs. Jimmie and Leslie Britl
were in the city Sunday calling or
the pretty girls.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Welsh anc
/ their famliy of children went up tc
Monroe Friday and spent over Sunday
with home folks.
The Civic Club will hold no cak?
' " 1 -> - ? IT 4.1 1 UnoT
saie Saturday. iu? utuus no?c
a success and have brought the clul
in a neat sum of money.
Mrs. B. S. Hodges and Mrs. E
T. Tinsley were in the city this weel
buying pretty hats from J. M. An
Misses Elizabeth Bowen, Anni<
Barksdale and Carlisle Bates spenl
Wednesday evening in Antrevill*
Mrs. H. H. Hill and Mrs. Sallie Du
Pre left Wednesday for Atlanta t(
attend the Confederate Reunion ir
Mrs. Fannie Milford is in Atlanta
this week attending the Confederal
Reunion. Mrs. Milford expects t<
spend several weeks with relative:
before returning to Abbeville.
Mrs. Eliza Gary Briggs has return
ed to Abbeville after a pleasant visii
to Edgefield. She was accompaniec
by her daughter, a little lady of i
Mrs.Frank Gary is spending thi:
week at the home of Chief Justice
Eugene B. Gary. Judge Gary is hold
ing court in Spartanburg.
Finding a Sweetheart.
Mr. Young of Troy, was in towi
Sunday saying his prayers both ii
church and to some of our good look
ing girls. Mr. Young enlisted in th
service and got as far as Hobokei
on his way to France, but when th
Kaiser heard he was coming, he mad'
peace in a hurry. However, he stayei
around Hoboken long enough t'
know that Abbeville is the place t<
find a sweetheart.
The Book Club.
The meeting of the Book Club was
held Wednesday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. Lewis Perrin and was
well attended, about eighteen mem*
-1 T?iiln Mioc
| bers Demg preseuv. a?io. u^,
Cornwall, Miss Swetenburg and Mrs.
Henry Norwood being the invited j
New rules for the government of
the club were read and adopted and
there was an interesting exchange of
I current topics.
Mrs. Perrin served a delicious sal-i
; ad course with tea at the close of the J
The Civic Club.
The regular meeting of the Civic!
Club will be held Thursday, Oct. 16,
at five o'clock in the rooms of the |
Red Cross Home Service, now located
over Cochran's Store.
,j Supper In Honor Of Bride-to-Be. I
Mrs. Oscar Jackson will give a sup-!
( per and card party tonight in honorj
of Miss Marie McKenzie, who is to i
marry Mr. Frank McNeill, Tuesday,1
, October 14.
The Morning Bridge Club.
Mrs. C. S. Jones entertained the(
morning bridge club at an especially j
pleasant meeting Tuesday morning.)
There were six invited guests, in ad-J
dition to the members and all enjoy-1
ed the games and the delightful sal5
ad course served.
Visiting On Greenville Street.
1 Mrs. E. C. Hemphill has moved to
Greenville street and will spend some
time with her daughter, Mrs. M. T.
I Red Cross.
The Annual meeting for election
i of officers of the Abbeville County
: Chapter of the American Red Crpss
will be held in the Court House Wedwill
be held at City Council Chamber
I Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 15, at 5
, o'clock. All members are urged to
be present and all branches and auxiliaries
are requested to have repre,
sentatives at this meeting,
j J. S. Morse, Chairman.
Mrs. C. C. Gambrell, Sec.
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Price, 32 and 64 cents.
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STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Abbeville.
Citation for Letters of Admini?tri
By J. F. MILLER, Esq., Judge c
WHEREAS, J. H. Klugh, ha*
made suit to me, to grant him Le
ters of Administration of the Estal
and effects of W. A. Klugh, late <
Abbeville County, deceased.
These are therefore, to cite an
admonish all and singular the kin<
red and creditors of the said W. t
Klugh, deceased, that they be and a]
pear before me, in the Court of Pr<
bate, to be held at Abbeville Coui
House, on 20th of Oct. 1919, aft*
publication hereof, at, 11 o'clock i
the forenoon, to show cause, if ar
they have, why the said Administn
tion should not be granted.
Given under my hand and seal <
the Court, this 8th day of Oct. in tl
year of our Lord one thousand nir
hundred and nineteen and in tl
144th year of American Indepei
Published on the 10th day of Oc
1919 in the Press and Banner and o
the Court House door for the tin
required by law.
' J. F. MILLER, r
10-10-3t. Judge of Probate.
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