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Bob Greene spent Sunday in
Greenville. ,
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Ralph Knight of Greenwood
spent Sunday in Abbeville.
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Mrs. J. D. Winn, of Cold Springs 1
was a visitor in the city Saturday.
Ben Magill of Due West was a 1
court house visitor Monday. s
George Jones is spending a few r
days in Savannah, Ga.
Pace Drennan of the Snake road,
was here Monday on business.
Mr. John Cheek is visiting his i1
brother in Gainesville, Ga.
4 Ernest Stone and Charlie Brown 1
spent Sunday in Greenville.
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r\i_ ? /v-f \Ta-,?hnrr-,r is!
miss yjm ;uinci) ux aivt?
visiting her uncle, J. D. Miller of 1
Rapley Shoals. I1
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Brown have'
returned from a visit to friends in 1
Atlanta. . i'
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Miss Lucy Hunter, of West Union,
is visiting Mr. J. D. Miller and Mrs.'
* A. M. Tolbert near the city.
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William Hill went to Clemson^
College to spend a few days with his
brother, Andrew Hill. v '
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Mr. Tom Raines and Miss Corai
Raines are visiting Mr. and Mrs, J. *
C. Raines.
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Mrs. Robert Gray anl Mrs. Ernest g
.Gray have returned from a visit to's
Greenville.
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Robert Coleman is In the g
city and will spend the remainder of c
the summer with his home people. j
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. McCord re-,
turned Sunday from a week's 6tay in s
the mountains of North Caroling. t
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Elmore Suber of Pelzer spent,
Saturday"night in Abbeville with;
his brother, Carl Suber. 5
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Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Alewine and I
Berry Kay spent Sunday in Abbeville
with Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Hall. 1
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T. W. Ramey of Atlanta is spend-:
ing his vacation with his father, L. j*
A. Ramey, of Lebanon. >
Mr. and Mrs. Foster Sanders of [(
* Greenwood spent Sunday with Mr. v
and Mrs. W. D. Sanders of Bethel, t
Mrs. Emmie Jones of Sraithville
spent the week-end in Abbeville o
with her daughter Miss Mary Jones. 3
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Miss Annie Lee Hagen, who has
been visiting her parents in Abbe- j
ville, has returned to Clinton. a
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Imagine! A_Group <
|| Females. Jt>irth, v*
I are weak, follow,
ill To Our Out of Towi
HI AND FEMALE."
Ansel Putnam, of Dae West, was Sh<
i visitor in Abbeville Saturday. ^He
Mrs. J. E. Palmer, of Central was j
shopping in the city Saturday. 'js
Mrs. C. M. Cochran, of SantucJ
,vas in the city Saturday.
Mrs. W. J. Milford, of Santuc, f'0
tui
ivas shopping in the city Saturday.
Miss Ruth Branyon of Honea Path.' .
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is visiting her sister, Mrs. L. H.
Ferguson. ?
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Link spentj
the week-end in Anderson with Mrs. \
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Link's parents.
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Mrs. Fannie Livingstone of | Gx
Clinton is visiting Mr. and Mrs. > Gr
iVill Perrin.
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Mrs. L. U. Perrin has returned tojCo
ifork, where she is staying with berisP<
iister, Mrs. Belle Alston. ,Hi
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R. M. Haddon is spending some
time in Donalds with his sister, who'
is quite ill. 'Jai
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Mrs. Edd Bell and daughter, Miss wii
??a AUoJ.Tla
^Illlie, Ui nuiicviiic, wuc iii
ville Saturday shopping.
Miss Sarah Ella Drennan, ofar<
Greenwood spent the week-end in sta
Abbeville with her parents. ,tr>
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Misses Lula Power and Lila McCaslan
of the Haddon-Wilson Co.,
are taking their vacation tnis week. I tic
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Miss Allena Mabry, of Gaffney, fo;
is in the city visiting her mother,1 wj
Mrs. John Mabry and sister, Mrs. J.1
3. Miller. | ]
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Miss Mary Rudisail left Sunday ^er
for her home in Spartanburg after en(
i pleasant visit to Miss Annie Belle
Little. I?'
Mr. J. C. Fair spent Sunday in ^
he city at the home of Mr. L. C.
iaskell returning to Greenville in
he afternoon with Mrs. Fair. ^
A. W. Jones, of the South Caro- w*
ina Tax Commission, was an over
Sunday visitor at the home of his
ion, Frank B. Jones.
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Miss Maggie Horton of Manning, rai
>. C., is spending some time in the j an
ity the guest of Miss ' Margaret su
larrison. . "r<
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Billy Bradley is at home for his se<
ummer vacation and is enjoying
he rest. He has a position in Norolk.
ret
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Pat Kennedy and Thomas V. erf
anier, 01 L?ue west were nere eariy
ifonday morning, in time for|},jo
>reakfast in fact.
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Miss Pearl Wardlaw, who has
leen visiting Mrs. Charlie Mc>
jVj
Cenzie, has returned to her home in
)ue West.
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Kathleen Gates of Van Wyck, S. ^
is here working at the shops,.*101
rhile her brother, Carlisle Bates, "is ma
aking his vacation. ^ei
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Mr. and. Mrs. Ames Haltiwanger .
f Columbia are visiting Mr. and S011
Irs. John T. Cheatham, near the,*"3*3
ity. ,^ai
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Miss Eva Ferguson of Philson aft
nd Henry's, is taking her vacation, abl
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31 Men and Women, sudde
health, Trappings, Vanisl"
Such is this Story,
i Patrons it is Certainly W
i expects to spend some time in .
ndersonville 'and Atlanta.
Miss Mary Pearson of Williston
visiting Mrs. James Martin.
Mrs. Annie Mary Blessing and
ildren who have been visiting in
lumbia for a few days have rerned
home.
Mrs. James Bailey who has been
siting for some time tn Abbeville
s returned to her home In Great
lis, S. C.
Mrs. Annie Mabry and son, Johnj
impkins, and Mrs. J. W. Jones and
ughter, Alma, spent Sunday in
eenville with their brother, Olin
eene.
William Hill went up to Clemson
liege this week^ where he will
jnd several days with Andrew
11 after which they will both /ro
Hendersonville for a short stay.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Parler of
;ksonville, Fla., are expected in
; city today to spend some time
th Mrs. Parler's sister, Miss
lisy Maxwell.
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J. E. McDavid and Mrs. McDa^id
i in Abbeville for a few days
y. They came through the coun'
and brought along the young-'
rs of the family.
A. C. Bowie, of,the Donalds sec-'
in, was here shaking hands with his
ends Saturday. He is in the race _
v Sub-supervisor and expects to
n. !
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Golden and nc
s. J. E. Tinsley and little daugh- Cfl
of Greenwood spent the week- jj
1 in Abbeville with Mr. and Mrs. W}
F. Arnold. 0?
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Miss Elizabeth Smith wlio was the ra
est of Miss Mildred Cochran last ro
iek returned to her home in Greer ^
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muay. iuiss oiuim uiauc wauj
iends during her stay in Abbeville m.
10 hope she will soon visit here
ain. -dr
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John D. Duncan, a farmer on the
le West road who knows how to
ise all kinds of good things to eat,!Q
d a prominent candidate for Sub-'0j
pervisor, was here Sautdray. He I
ought the Press and Banner force'jj
ne of the finest peaches we have (jc
sn this season. ce
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Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Morse have pi
urned from Montreat, where ^
!y have been summering for sev- jj,
11 days. The climate did not agree |jj
th Mr. Morse on account of the i
j
ft altitude. He will likely go to w
t seashore for a further rest later n(
the summer.
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list Florence Neuffer Entertain*
Miss Fjorence Neuffer gave a de- F:
htful party Friday afternoon in j SI
lor of the young ladies who arejfc
king up a pleasant house party at tw
home, Miss Neelie Smoke of w*
angeburg, Miss Elizabeth Bowen eli
Antreville and Miss Annie Wil-idu
t of the city. There were five ;.
les of players and rook was the'
ne enjoyed. A sweet salad, sand-|
hes and tea were served. The1
ernoon was a thoroughly enjoy- Pa
e affair. '
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IN HONOR OF MRS. HENRY of
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The reception given Friday after- p,
on by Miss Maggie Brooks as a pr
mpliment to Mrs. Robert E..'ga
enry was a charming affair and co
is greatly enjoyed by the number j
ladies who called during the
>urs. The house was prettily decoted
in crepe myrtle, in'the dining
om the table being laidv with .,
indsome lace pieces, a silver com-1
>rte with hanging baskets of f0
ints being the center decoration, i
Mrs. Henry wore her wedding I
ess and was charming and gra-1
ous to the ladies invited to meet
sr. In the receiving line were also
M. Arthur Link, Miss Bessie Lee oi
heatham anl Mrs. Carter Arnold ^
: Elberton. w
Piinch was served on the porch by j,
rs. E. R. Thomson and Mrs. Gor- jg
n White, while assisting in re- jr
iving elsewhere were Mrs. Otto e!
ristow, Mrs. Jack Pressly, Mrs. ^
laxco, Miss Sallie Gossett, Miss S(
amie Devlin, Misses Ruth and Vic -g
owie, Miss Gladys ' Wilson and
iss Mary Adams.
Sandwiches, sherbet and mints %
ere served throughout the after>on.
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IRS. GALLOWAY ENTERTAINS .
Mrs. A. B. Galloway entertained
riday night in honor of Mrs. E. B.
loane of Clinton. Rook was the
irm of intertainment, and about I
reive guests enjoyed Mrs. Gallo- !
iy's hospitality. Mints and an j ^
aborate salad course were served ' a
iring the evening. j a
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A ROOK PARTY is
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Miss Ruth Calvert gave a rook Is
rty Monday evening in honor of y
?r guests, Misses Nelle Buchham, b
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North, Margie Barwick of PineDod,
Mable Reid, of Iva, and Lillie j
irks. About thirty guests were
esent, and after several intcrcrt-1
tmes of rook, a salad and sweet'
urse was served.
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FOR MRS. JAMES COX
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Miss Edna Bradley has issued in- (
tations to a party Wednesday |
orning at which she will enterl^in |
r Mrs. James Co.
NNUAL MEETING OF
WOMANS MISSIONARY UNIONj
The Woman's Missionary Union
f Abbeville Baptist association will
Did' its annual meeting In Greenood
Wednesday, Thursday and Friay
of this week. This organization
composed of the women's societies
i all the thirty-odd Baptist churchs
in Abbeville, "Greenwood and Mcormick
churches. There will be
jveral delegates from Abbeville
baptist church.
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suit of clothes from Rosenberg
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i on. Enough saved on a suit of
lothes to buy a Panama hat. Better
ly in a supply of furnishings for
ourself while the price is at rock
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| FARMERS?Now is the time for aQ
' good farmers to come to the l)ig mid|
summer discount sale in full blast at
Rosenberg Merc. Co. Everything for
the farmer and the farmers wife at
lowest prices since the war. RefrigI
erators, ?ice cream freezers, laws
i mowers, nails, roofing going at 20
' per cent discount to the farmers.
Even 4o per cent allowed on staple
I groceries and coffee and tea. All ' ,
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