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,V ' ,, .f.v !''''-.'.;' ";' ' J.J, . . ?"'i'K.'i THOU CANST NOT THEN BB FALSE TO AFT MAN." . VFEB. g ?022? New Series No. 940. - Volume LXXL - No. K. F Gone West kets of thc Middle West and Mare Mules and some Hors last of the week* C. W. &, ?. E WALHAL It Pays to IV NEWrfT9ttTE8 FROM FAIR PLAY. Tcacliors of Community Charmingly ' Entertained--Personal Notes. Fair Play, Nov. 18.-Special: Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hamey, of Greenville, visited among relatives hero this weok. Dr. W. C. Mays attended the Med ical Association meeting at Chatta nooga, Tenn. , On Friday evening, Noy. 17, Mrs. T. U. Mitchell entertained very de lightfully ,ut her Home: in. honpV of Misses Mary -Gaines, 'darkle 'Link, Yera Ronds, Wendell Scarborough, Mrs. J. C. Raker and Supt. J. E. An derson, all bf whom nro teachers of tho Pair Play school. Progressive rook was enjoyed by all. Mrs. W. E, Meares and <L. B. Marett made high est scpro and wero presented with a beautiful .corsage of roso buds. Mrs. Laurens Sheldon and J. S. Glymph won tho consolation. Aftor this an interesting contest was engaged in, Mrs. J, C. Raker and Halford Harris winning tho prize. A solo, "The Sun shine of Your Smile," was rendered by Miss Wendell Scarborough. Miss Lil Thompson gavo several selections.' A delicious salad course and coffee was served. Misses darkie Link, Mljflr'y Gaines and Wendell Scarborough were tho spond-the-weok-end guests of Mrs. J. E. Gaines, of Westminster, inst woek. Quite a number of our people at tended tho fair at Anderson tho past weok. The Fair Play B.Y.P.U. will send Lush Patrick, J. S. Glymph and Jim Wooten as delegates to tho B.Y.P.U. convention to bo held in Anderson Nov. 24, 25 and 20. Mrs?. Laurens Sheldon delightfully entertained at a spond-the-nlght par ty on Nov. 10th. Misses Margaret Mitchell, Harriet Marett, Christine Mitchell and Elizabeth Sholdon were tho invited guests. Tho Occasion was in celebration of tho sixth birthday of Mary Elizabeth. Henry Watson, of Walhalla, is vis iting relatives boro tills week. Tiie Woman's Auxiliary had tholr regular monthly mooting at tho homo of Mrs. Sam Glenn on Thursday, Nov. 16th. Tho program was as follows: Scriptum readings, Mesdames Betty Harris and .loo'Glonn; reading, "Tho Mountain Girl," Miss Clarkio Link; story, "Lights and Shadows in tho Mountains," Mrs. J. C. Baker. Busi ness was attended to ami tho mooting closed by sen tonco prayers. A Thanksgiving program, under tho auspices of tho School' Improve ment Club, will be giv?n on Wednes day, Nov. 2!)th, at tito school audi torium, NOTICE <?F ADMINISTRATORS' SALE. NOTICE is heroby givon that, by virtue of Order of tho Probato Court for Oconoo County, South Carolina, mado by His Honor V. F.\MARTIN, tlatod 2 1st day of Novombor, 1 0 22, wo will soil, at Public Auction, to tho highest bidder, FOR CASH, on tho 8tlr day of Decombor, 1922, begin ning at ll o'clock in tho foronoon, and until sold, at tho Injo rosidenco of M. II. Mc.Tunkin, nour South Un ion, Oconoo County, South Carolina, Ibo following dosenbod personal pro perly, belonging to the E8tnto of said M. ll, Mo.luukin, Docousod, to-wlt: Two Mules, ono ll orso, two Two Horse Wagons, ono Ruggy, a lot of Farming Implements, a lot of Corn, a lot of Hay, a lot of Foddor, a lot of Cotton and Cotton Soed, otto lill 4 Ford Modol Automobile Tdurjng Car, a 1)1 of Household Articles and other articles too Humorous to meatian, OTT IE BUR RISS. W. H, McJUNKIN, As Administrators of tho Estato of M. H. Mc.Tunkin, Decoasod. Nov. 22, 1022. 47-18 for Mules! Bi JIGHT is iii thc Mule Mar will ship a lot of Blocky, es. Will be here about the '.. Bay knight, LA, S. C. ny for Cash. JZ/JZ? ?I* ?I* ?J? ?J. ?J. ?J. oj? a|? ?J? ?J? ?J? ?|? ?J? ?J. 4? COUNTY AGENT'S NOTES. 4. ?J. ?J? .|? t-J-> ?J. ?J? ?J. ?J? 4? 4. .J. ?J? ?J? ?J. Applo Growers' Association Formed. The most enthusiastic orchard meeting ever held in Oconee county took? place last Friday, Nov. 17, at Walhalla. At this meeting the Oco nee Apple Growers' Association was formed, with' tho following ofllcers chosen for tho ensuing year: I). E. Good, of Walhalla, president; J. N. McDonald, Of Sqneoa, vice president; Sain ,J? Isbe?l, of Walhalla, secretary< j And treasurer. Over1 ' one hundred peoplo wore present. That Oconee county is to be tho great apple growing centor of South Carolina is tho opinion voiced by Messrs. Hoffmann and Schilletter, extension horticulturists, of Clem son, who were present at tho meet ing. In colpr and exquisite flavor the apples around the foothills of Oconee cannot bo surpassed by any section of United Slates, according to theso experts. Tho wonderful apple grow ling section around , Cornolla and Baldwin, Ga., was visited by many prospective lorchardjists lof Oconee county the past' summer, nod it was their opinion that this section offors tho same wonderful opportunities in climnto and soil. Tho now association will not un dertnko to market apples for its members until tho new orchards I como into bearing, but will assist t ho I members in securing trees, spraying material and -?thor orchard necessi ties at a saving. Tho association, bo lng in charge of successful orchard ists of wido experience, will bo of great benefit to tho new, inexpert onced members, and their meetings from timo to timo' will bo exceeding ly helpful to all. * Approximately five thousand apple trees were ordered co-operatively through tho new association nt a big saving. Among thoso plnnting large com mercial orchards this fall include Dr. W. R. Craig, Miss Sallie Strlbling, E. li. Herndon, Coko Ramploy, O. S. Wyly, D. B. Fitzgerald", Sam'J. Isboll, Geo. Walker, W. D. Schmld, J. M. Martin, J. R. Earle, Evan Callas and others. Goo. R. Briggs, Comity Agent. Ott io Rurriss'OlTer.s Freo Concerts. From South Union wo hnvo ror colvod tho following vory gracious blt of Information for publication: "A few W60*(Jji ago a local staled that a radio was being tried out in tho home of Ottlo Burrlss nt South Union. Wo want to say that lt is boro to stay-tho first in tho county. "Crowds hnvo been "listening in" on tho doings of many largo cities. Tho musical concerts hnvo boon won derful. Just come yourself and enjoy "picking from tho air" anything you may wish to hoar." ("alco and Rio Supper at Picket Post. Picket Post R.S.I|A. will give a cako and plo suppor at tho school house noxt Friday evening* Nov. 24, beginning nt 7 o'clock. Coffoo will ulso bo served. Tho proceeds nro to bo usod for improvements in the school. Tho public is cordially in vited. Mrs. L. lt. Williams, Vico President. Center Township Singers. Tho Centor Township Singing As sociation will meet with Cross Roads church next fourth Sunday, Nov. 26, at 2 p. m All singers and lovors of music aro invited. J. W. S. King, Soc.-Trea8. Hox Supper nt Salem. Thorc will bc a box suppor ot tho Salem school houso Friday ovonlng, Nov. 24th, at 7.30 o'clock. Tho sup por will bo in chnrgo of tho School Improvomont Association. Mrs. Addio Grcon, Socrotary. j \ lOUNTY LAND-lUCllLAND NEWS. ? s. ifoung Folks Enjoy-"'Wlonio Roast." Hov. Walluco's Pastorate to End. Boun'.y Land, Nov. 20.-Special Ar. and MrB. Walter Hubbard and ; ittle daughter, of the Fairview soc Ion, wore recent guests of Mr. and ? Ara. W. T. Hubbard. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Roan and Miss ; flay McDonald, of Clayton, N. C., . pent a night recently in the homo of lr. and Mrs. W. D. Wright. Mr, and Mrs. Charles Vernor, of j Columbia, wooxweek-ond guests of ' lon. and Mrs^E. E. Vornor. Charles Ballcnger and family, of ?roonvlllo, woro guosts in the Bal- \ ouger home in this community tue . voek-end. Mrs. J. Br-Pickott and sistor, Mrs. L C. Ballengor, and Mrs. A. M, Mi am, of Sandy Springs, were guests )f Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Wright Thurs lay. At a congregational moetlng, held if ter services Sunday morning in tho : .Meilland church, it was decided that . ho church concur (with- Presbytery n tho matter of dissolving the pas oral relation between Rev. I. E. ( Wallace and tho Richland chinch. : This action was taken nt tho request )f Rov. Wallaco,.who has been called. >y Presbytery to toko up the work ?f supervision of Sunday school and | roting pooplo's organizations, a work lor which bo evinces raro adaptabil ity and elilciency. In leaving his pas torate at Richland and Seneca,where lio has served faithfully for nearly ten years, Rev. Wallaco leaves many warm and lovliig friends, who rogret ils leaving, and who bid him 'God ipced in tho work /whoreunto ho has iioen called. Rov. Wallaco will be with us until the first of January, when ho will tako up his new work. , Boyce and Claude Lynch will laavo Wednesday for aVll> to Washington, D. C. Tho BtY.P.U. here enjoyed a most delightful "wienie roast" at the Bounty Land school house Friday ? avoning. Numerous gaines and interj, ?sting stunts wore participated, liy during tho preparation of the )Xu?&] "wienies," which was placed o^e^'jC' glowing bonfire. Tho house and wird were used to accommodate thqjejf?hj tvrotfd ' present^a?d tho occasionwatk fraught wilh joy and good Cheer throughout-' Rolls woro served with tho "wienies." V "Bub" Wilson and sistor, Miss Res ?io Wilson, of Pendleton, woro late guests" of Mrs. Martha Wilson. Mrs. Allon Stowort, of Pickons, is visiting Mrs. W. Ri Lynch. ' Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Moore, of An derson, wero Into guests of tho Inl ier's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Smi lers. Mr. and Mrs. Clarenco Duncan and family, of Wost Union, were recent guests of Mr and Mrs. E. IL. Stone. Mr. and Md's. W. E. Woolbrigh? visited relatives in Anderson last week. Mrs. Thomas Owens has been con fined to ber bed for a week, suffering from a complication of diseases. Her many friends hopo for her carly ro covory. Mr. .and Mrs. Quefton King, of Re turn, visited relatives in '.'his com munity tho wook-end. THE CO-OPERATIVE MARKETING Df Cotton in South Carolina Goes on in Increasing Volume. Columbia, Nov. 21.--Tho contin ued swoop of co-oporatlvo marketing In tho Stato is indicated, officials of tho South Carolina Cotton Growers' Co-oporatlvo Association snld yester day, by tho largo number of now con tracts coming in daily. Over one huri drod now contracts have boon rocolv i3d In tho past wook, and tho number of now mombers is being swelled Dvery day. Th oro is no membership campaign on at the prosont time, and practi cally all-of the contiu:ts that are Wining In are voluntary, and officials say that thoy arc tho result of the satisfaction felt by the mombers with tho manner In which tho association ls'functioning. Credit is being given tho assocation generally for tho strength of tho cotton market and ho present prices of cotton. Ono of tho largo contracts to como n during tho past week was from J. P, Williams, of VcConnollsville, in r"ork doun*?!' Mr. Williams signed ho contract this week and has turned )vor sovornl hundred halos of cotton, ifostorday a lottor was received from lim stating that a number of other 'armors in his section wore ready to dghj Lotters from Marion brough*, jip news that quite a number of growers in that county woro roady to ifilx tholr signatures to tho contract. North Anderson Singers. Tho North Anderson Singing Con rontion will meet wi til Pant's Grovo ihurch tho first Sunday In Docombor, 10 22. Tho public mid nil singers are .ordinlly invited to attond, bringing voll-nilcd baskets, and- especially 'our song books. And as <Vo days iro now short, wo wnm t - begin th? tong sorvlco at JO o'clock or as near hat timo ns wo cnn. So ovorybody ?orno on time and let's all enjoy an chor day in song. Don't forget tho Into-Dec. 3d, 1922. R. *W. Whitten, Vico Pros. Box Slipper at Flat Shoals. Thoro will bo a box supper and ?andy drawing at thc Flat Shoals chool house on Thanksgiving night, .iov. 30th. Tho procoeds will be used or tho bottofit of tho school. THE liOCAL- NEWS FROM SENECA. ?.D.C. Meeting First Friday iu D' "a comber-Personal Mention. ,1 Seneca, Nov. 21.-Special: H. E. Hprvenel, of Spartanburg, was a re Cent business visitor in Sonocn. Mrs. L. ,M. Jordan and daughtor/ Miss fLudie Jordan, returned to Un ion Friday afternoon aftor spending t|fO months boro. They bave scores (jg friends in Sonoca, tholr former* !6mo town, who aro always glad to Ive them iu their midst and who eeply rogrot their departure, t Miss Hattie McCutcbcn, of Union, tlsited her sister, Mrs C. N. Gignil |iat, tho past weok-ond. Miss Mc fcutehen was accompanied by her yOUng nephew, Larry McCutchen. ><Mrs. Lawrence lt. VanDlvlore, of Sdvannnh.Ga., and her daughter, Mrs. MoCurry raeville, of West Union.wero ppend-tho-duy guosts of Mrs. G. W. Glgnilliat Tluu'sday last. X-,Mrs. W. K. Livingston, of Green ville, and J. K. Livingston, of Savan nah, Ga., vlsited Dr. and Mrs. li. P. Thomson tho past week-end. i A pleasant meeting of the Onco-a-, ?Week Club was held Thursday at Ute ] Wino of Mrs. J.' L. Marett, with a largo membership attendance and a humber of visitors. Aftor tho usual brder of business was transacted the literary program, which consisted of Ui well prepared paper on "Invon jt?ns," by Mrs. J. A. Edwards, was j&yon, which was followed by a gen eral discussion, on tho samo. A real r???UBtcal treat, Consisting of several iyicnl numbera by Miss Ludio Jordan, ?Ith Mrs. Julian Dondy at tho piano, was thoroughly appreciated and en j hy od by those in attendance. A s wool fc>urso with coffee was served during ?he social half hour by Mlssos She .?an, Avoritt and Marett. Tho club adjourned to meet with Mrs. Neill pu Thursday. ii&Rev. M. R. Kirkpatrick, of Clinton, hfiVlved Friday afternoon on a visit Tojhis daughters, Mrs. B. A. Lowery. jb(T Seneca, and Mrs. W. H. Hamilton, ??. Walhalla. He is now in Walhalla nid will como to Senoca in a few lys. Mr. Kirkpatrick will romain [ttl after Thanksgiving, ?jfij announcement which enlists "i^'a^q^.interest, of a large circle of Ttiyos and friends in this section of ?iouth Carolina is that of tho en gagement and approaching marriage of Miss Roxio Louise RoidT which an nouncoment ls made by bor parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. S. Reid, of Wood bury, Ga. The marriage will take place in December. Mr. and Mrs. Reid wore reared in Walhalla and West Union, respectively, and their daughter is well known there in tho youngor society set. She is n grand daughter of tho late C. L. Rold and Richard C. Strother. The December meeting of the U.D. C. chapter will be held tho 1st Friday at tho home of Mrs. G. C. Shaphard ?I wi th several Joint hostesses. Tho hour of meeting has boon changed from 4 to.4.3 0 o'clock. Members who cannot attend will nssir.t tho hos tesses greatly by notifying Mrs. Shep herd enrly in tho week if they cannot attend. Thore being more than 80 members, ojio can readily understand thc need of complying with this ro qnest. Chapter year books will bo ordored in December; therefore the members are expectde to bo prepared to pay for their books nt t li is moot ing, or sond same to Mrs. Thomas Seaborn, treasurer. Tho* price is 16 couts each. . State Gets Much Revenue. Columbia, Nov. 17.-South Caro lina revenues from tho tncomo and gasoline taxes authorized at the last session df tho Gonoral Assembly have amounted to $1,500,000, according to ligures mude public to-.'iy by S. T. Carter, Stato Treasuror. Tho re port Covers /receipts through to-day. Income tnxoa havo totalod $009,G<>?>, 390 and tho gasoline tax paid round ed out a total of $529,103,300. Ad dition of the rocolpts from Ibo old three-mill corporation license lax and tho domestic corporation lieonso tax show that theso taxes tims far havo aggregated $ 1,802,0(13.37, ac cording to tho Treasurer's statement. Eyatt-Owens Family Reunion. Fd i tor Kooweo Courlor: On tho (dato not given) day of October last theio w:is a reunion of the Evatt and Owens families at thc happy homo of 'J. II. Evatt, on Koo weo river. x There wore ovor ono hundred rel atives and friends of tho two fami lies prosont, and tho day was ideal for tho occasion and seemed to be. greatly onjoyod by all. Tho greater portion of tho day was afrom>In con versation and singing. Thoro woro present J.H. Evatt and family; M. hi. Hodgetts and family, of Greenville T. S. Owens and fam ily, of Oconoo; W. Lt. Owens and fam ily, of O'conoe; R.,R. Owens and fam ily, ot Op?nee; C. H. Owens and fltti llv; >*y* Theodosia Rankin and fam ii; ' rj, Owens and fnmfly. fit Ware $hokis. At noon a largo tablo was spread In Ibo beautiful yard and loaded with all kinds of good things to oat, too numerous to montion. After all had feasted -enough romainod for as many moro. Tli?re woro present.eight children, thirty-two grandchildren nnd seven teen great-grandchildren.. Grand mother Evatt was thoro, 'halo and hearty, and seomod to enjoy tho oc casion immensely. N. D. Cary. - ? # li Tubes anc Wc have in stock a la of United States Tube prices on these Casings < that have been made in you money on your Tir ' you buy? Arthur Walhall "Oldsmobile S r==m \ THE SOUTH CAROLINA GINNING Report Shows Decrease of 200,055 Halos us Compared with 1021. The Department of Commerce, of tho Bureau of tho COUBUBI announces tho ginning statistics for.South Caro lina, to Nov. 1st, with comparative figures, hy counties, for the sa dato in 1921. Tho figures glvon aro In running bales, counting round as half bales, and Unters aro not in cluded: ^County- 1922. . 1921,. , Abbeville . . 7. i. .: < 6,462 ' 13,7tf4' Aiken.13,001 ! ?2.55?* Allo,ndalo-. 5,921 4,028 Anderson. 30,927 52,952 Barnwell. 7,976. 7,591 Calhoun. 2,800 4,535 Bamberg. 5,34 0 3,71 4 Chorokeo. 9,050 11,572 Chester.14,989 19,900 Chesterfield. 14,500 19,4 17 Clarendon. 3,032 7,003 carlington. 10,350 18,0!?:? Dillon. 12,965 28,501 Edgeflcld. 4,708 6,464 Fairfield. 5,290 S.034 Floronco. 5.22S 18,005 Greenville. 25,1 35 33,430 Greenwood ...... 4,139 H,28? Hampton . . . . . . '4,248 2,020 Dorry. 413 2,415 Kershaw. 9., s 9 10,073 Lnnoastor. 8,710 12,059 Laurens.?. . 1 4,829 29,802 Loo.12.2SS ?0,871 Lexington. 4,}- io 7,3oi McCormick. 1178 3,828 MnriOn. 3.139 9,7 02 Marlboro. 29,804 40,635 Newberry.. .... 7,033 14,330 Oconeo.to, IO? l7,fU7 Orangeburg . 2,103 16,4 18 lMckcns. ; 2,094 17,350 Richland. 5,329 7,260 Saluda. 4,647 7.. Spartanburg ..... 43,425 53,69'. Sumter. 8,477 16,481 Union. 8,502 12,958 Yolk. 18,605 30,271 Williamsburg .v .. 2,389 0,1 37 Ml others ..., 6,921 5,230 Totals for Stato . . 4 12,860 622,715 FUNDS ARRANGED FOR TO KEEP Chain Gang at Work and Prevent tho Deterioration of Roads. Editor Kooweo Courier: I wish to express through your pa per my grateful appreciation to the county nowspuprs anti tho Walhalla Chamber of Commerce and friends from various parts of tho county who immediately after rending the editor ials in tho county papers, railed up on oui1 delegation and secured (MlIII cioiit funds for mo to hold intact our county chain gang. So now I will he able to continue work with tho pr?n ent force-about 25 men-ami noth ing will bo lost or sacrificed* Again thanking tho delegation and business men for their coming to tho roselie, I remain, Vory truly, J. C. Checkley, Supervisor. MASTER'S SALE WITHDRAWN. Tho enso of Stonocypher ot ni vs. Mc.Junkiu et ni lias been settled by agreement between purtles, and tho salo withdrawn, ^'ho ngreoment was reached and settlement inado after tho advert Isontut had been printed, and for (bat I'OnSoh it could not be omitted from this issue. This salo will not take placo and advertisement will bo omitted next week. Keowco Singing Convention. The Kooweo Township Singing Convention will meet with tho Salom Baptist church at. 2 p. m. All lovors of music aro cordially invited to at tond. E. Littleton, Pres, Jesse Slonn, Secretary. Interested parties will pienso note that no day ls given for this meeting. irge assortment of sizes s ancf Casings. The ire the most attractive years. We can save es if you will us before Brown, ?i. <S. G. N els tHe Pace." ? DISTINGUISHED D.A.K. VISITOR** In Our Midst-Leaders Paid Visit to? tho 1). A. H. School. Our town, our Walhalla Chapter D. A.R. and our D.A.R. School at Ta masseo woro signally honored on Fri day of'last week, tho 17th, hy tho visit of the president general, N.S.D... A.lt., Mrs. Qeorge Maynard Minor;, tho treasurer gonornl, Mrs. Hunter; tho oganizing secretary gonevaj, Mrs. Hanger, and4the "presid?nt-gonetaVa^ page, M?ss Hunter, accompanied hy/ Mosdnmos F. C. Cain, State rogont; R. M. Bratten, chairman of school hoard; F. H. H. Calhoun, J. A. Bai ley and M. G. Richardson. Tho dele gation was mot at Seneca by James/ M. Moss, Mayor of Walhiflla; C. W. Pitchford, president of tho Ohambov* of Commerce; Geo. M. Ansel, W. A. Grant and Mesdames. Wi-JL Schrodor,. roge?t of Walhalla Chapter,"" and Ilayno Jonos, meinbor of tho sehooL board. The party was'motored to tho Uot-i Alexander where the Wal halla Chapter served coffee and sand wiches. Assembled to meet tho hon ored guests were Mesdames W. .ts. Vernor, F. H. Hughes, J. 1). Vernor,. "Jr., C. W. Pitchford, Jr., W. D. Moss, li. M. Brown, C. W. Bauknight, S. L. Veiner, W. F. Milnm; Misses Ruth Walker and Janio Harrison; Messrs. Li M. Brown mid W. O. White Mayor Moss oxtended greetings fro i. the Chamber of Commorco and. i Mrs. F. ll Hughes from thc Chnptor. Mrs. C. W. Pitchford, Jr., prosonlotl to Mrs. Minor a hand-made basket oi!< county-raised apples from tho Chap tor; Mrs. Minor respondod in gra cious manner and oxprossed her ap preciation of tho cputesics. She was. followed hy Mesdames Cain, Brattoj?. .and Balley, After this pleasant lit Ho social fcaturo the trip was con tinued to the D.A.R. School. Most Interesting exercisos had' boon arranged by tho faculty-song? by tho stndonls, presentation of hand mado gifts to Mrs. Minor, national*, officers and the State regent by the? student body. Af tor lunch had beon sorvod the address of tho afternoon was mado by Mrs. Minor, which Was enjoyed by tho large number prosonu. This was followed by short sp?echos from tho othor officers. Tho school will long romombor tho distinction ^conferred upon it by tho visit and intorost off those distinguished womon, Tholr approval and honrty endorsement of tho management, tho idoals and the* standard of our school is greatly ap-% prectatod. Wo slncoroly hopo that they will vlsR us again. A hearty wolcomo and cordial gr?ctlng await them. Hubbard-Childross. Sonoca, Nov. 18.-Special: A mar rlago that will bo of interest to-many,1 in Oconce was that of Miss Both Hub bard and William Franklin Childrossv which was solemnized at tho Presby terian manse boro on Thursday, Nov. 10th, at high noon. Tho brido 13 a daughter of Mr. andr Mrs. Waltor M. Hubbard, of tho Fair view section, and the groom ls a sou of Mr. and Mrs. Sullivan 'Childrens, of Salem. Tho brido woro a beautiful travol lng suit af midnight bluo canton crepo* wita hat, gloves and slippers, to correspond. Mr. and Mr.s Chlldross loft Imme diately aftor tho ceremony for a trip? through tho country to Florida,whores they will spend several days. On tholr rottirn to Oconoo they will .make their homo in Wostmin stor, Mr. Chlldross being engaged ir? work there. The young couple have tho host wishes of a host of friends boro anti olsowhore, '