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NEWS OF PROSPERITY.
Miss Marie Ropp Soon to Sail as a Missionary.-The Steel Bridge. -Personal Mention Prosperity, Dec. 2.-Mr. J. L. Wise returned Saturday from the western stock markets. Miss Able, of Leesville, is visit ing Miss Hattie Groseclose. Miss Lorme spent Tuesday with *ends in Greenwood. man who daily crosses the bridge asked me to say that a 'it from the county supervisor was -needed; that the bridge would ap preeiate a new coat of paint in view *f the cold weat,her. He also said that all the roads leading to our town are in fine condition and trav eling over them a thing of joy. Misses Edith and Mary Willis re turned on Monday to thir respect ive colleges, the Methodist and Pres byterian, at Columbia. Another rural phone line has been installed, leading towards Mr. J. E. Dominick's residence. Mr. Granville Wyche came home to spend Thursday. Miss Hattie Leitzsey, who has been spending several weeks with Miss Gertrude Simpson, went to Newberry to attend the Federation. Mrs. Lathan, of Little Mountain, is visiting Mr. A. G. Wise. Mr. Mathews and Mr. John Pat Wise returned to Columbia Thurs 'Mr. F. 0. Black' visited at Kib le's Bridge last Friday and Satur day. 1. ss Annie Lee Langford, of Spar taxburg, was with -her parents a few iays last week. The many friends of Rev. W. H. Whitaker are grieved that'his stay among them is numbered by a few days. He has been with us for four yers and he will' be missed. Al ready he has preached his farewell Asemon at several of his churches. Miss Alma Hartman is visiting her rother, Mr. Joe Hartman. Mr. Henry T. Fellers, of Old Town, was the guest of Mr. S. L. Feller's family last week. Mr.- D. J. Taylor and family at ended the wedding of Miss Edith Taylor at Saluda last Wednesday. t Tn the St. Luke's community live two- people whbo enjoy a rather unique iistinetion. They have been grand 'pa and grandma for more than two months and their ages are thirty five. and thirty-three respectively. A nother person who grew up near St. Luke's deserves mention. ~She is Miss Marie 'Ropp. This estimable, highly consecrated .young woman sails, in a few days 'for Jonesboro, ea. She goes as a missionary the Christian church. For sev ral years she has been in training Ketucky. Miss Ropp is a daugh of Mr. Geo. D. Ro.pp, of,Clm ia, and a niece of Mrs. Oliver Har formerly of our town. 'Mrs. *Workman, and children, of ewherry, spent several days of ast week with Miss Nannie Simp Mr. Hart Kohn spent Sunday at eme. Mrs. F. E. ,Schumpert returned uesday from ia visit to Columbia. Miss Lulie Hunt and Mr. Evans t -Thanksgiving Day with Mr. *G. Wise's family. 1Miss Sudie May Boulware made week-end visit to Miss Susie Lang rd. Mr. Young Brown, who is princi of the Spread, Ga., schools, spent veral days of last week with his ts., ' Rev. M. 0. J. Kreps wenrt to lotte, N. C., Tuesday to attend meeting of the Seminary Board. Miss Janie Russell and- Leila Greg returned to school at Greenville y. Miss Carrie Haltiwanger, of Co bia, was 'the guest of Miss- Kohn turday and Sunday. 'The S. S. Birge Co. have sold out eir stock of goods to Mr. Sam ham, of Blairs. Mr. S. S. Birge expects to move his farm at Little Mountain in near future. The Executive Committee of the C. Synod conmsisting of the follow gentlernen: Rev. Mr. Kreps, Dr. eever. Rev. (i. A. Freed. Rev. S. Koon, Dr. C). B. Mayer, Dr. Cro ,r, Mr. A. H. Kohn, Dr. Hunter al met here Monday morning. The following members of the lo U. D. C. attended the Federation Newberry to-day, Mrs. Hunter, sses Bobb, Adidie and Ellen Werts, 'a Mathews, Delia Bowers, Effie wkins, Lucy Fellers. The Arbor Day exercises Friday rning were quite a success. Unus 1 interest was displayed on thd rts of the parents by their presence d cooperation. So much pleasure 's apparent on all sides that the -hers hope to entertain again on ~hington 's Birthday. After the r-r exrcises a lucky number of trees were planted ani named fori great men from Froebel to Fo-day. News of Bachman Chapel. Slighs, Dec.. 1.-With the excep tion of colds and sore throat, the general health of the people of this section is very good at present. I have been requested 'by one of the trustees of Johnstone Academy to state that the entire board of trustees objected to any services be ing conducted in their school build ing other than what is connected with their school work. That they were not personally opposed to Rev. Anderson's meeting any more so than others. 'The statement that I made in my last letter was just as I heard it concerning this matter, and I am not responsible for the mistake. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Kinard, of near Bachman Chapel, moved from where they have lived for several years to the "Fellers' place,''. near Prosperity this week. This place has been recently vacated by Mr. and Mrs. L. I. Long, who moved to near Newberry. Miss Essie Wilson isspending a while with them. Mr. H. P. Baker, of Newberry, who is traveling in the.iDterest of the Pacific Mutual Life Insurance 'Co., spent from Saturday until Tues day of this week :n this community. Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Rikard, of Long Lane, and a part f their fam ily spent last Satuday night and Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Wilson': Two of their daughters are spending the week in thisi community. Rev. J. A. Sligh preached at Bachman Chapel on last Sunday morning from 103rd Psalm, 1 and 2. He preached an excellent sermon to a very good congregation. Rev. Mr. Sligh will continue to preach for them until they make, different ar-, 'rangement s. There are few preachers of his! Ige who are continuing to preach the Gospel or who have served the same church as long as Mr. Sligh has served St. Paul's, where he has preached for about 44 years , regu larly and he is still serving them as their pastor. This is a remarkably good record. 'The supper of the "W. 0. W.' of Pomaria, which waz served to the members of Pomaria camp and their wives, was .indeed an enjoyable oc casion. The supper consisted of fresh oysters, turkey, fish and many different kinds of salads and pickles, besides bread and coffee. Music was furnishied by some of the young men of the New Hope section, which added much to the oc casion. New members are joining at al most every meeting and it is hoped that we will soon have as strong a camp at Pomaria as anywhere else around us. We now have about 100 members. Severa-l young men of Newberry! spent Thanksgiving day in this sec 'tion taking an old time "rabbit hunt.'' I think they realized more from the fun they had than from the game they killed. Son. AUDUBON MEETING HELD. M. 0. Dantzle,r, of Orangeburg Pres ident.-Bill Eequiring Hunters to Take Out License to Be Presented to Legislature. rColumbia, Dec. 3.--The annual meeting of the Audubon Society was held here this afternoon, when plans for thee oming year were discussed and officers eeleted. One of the im portant matters considered was that of placing before the Legislature the need for a fish and game commission. A illI along this line was introduced at the last session of the General Assembly, but all the Audubon So ciety bills. were postponed and have a place on the Calenda now. The commissioner that would act ~under such a bill wonld save a great amount of work and, would systematize the appointment of game wardens. At the meeting of the Society to day the following officers were named: President--M. 0. Dantzler. Or angeburg. Tie*e President-W. H. Gibbes. Co lumbia. Secretary-James Henry Rice, Jr., Summerville. Treasurer-A. R. Heyward. Jr.. Columbia. The directors are: B. F. Taylor, Columbia, Edward L. Wells, Char leston, Samuel G. Stoney, Charles ton, Paul Sanders, Ritter, W. H. Andrews, Geoa-getown,- W. G. Si.r rine, Greenville, L. D. Jennings, Sumter. R. C. Burts, Easley, A. L. White, Spartanburg, D. Sam Cox, Co lumbia, G. W. Croft, Aiken, W.H. Wallace, Newberry, F. Perrin. Abbe ville. R. P. H'omer, Jr.. Hamer. Niels C'hristensen acaufort. The Audubon Society of this StateI was chartered by the General As sembly in 1907; the Society was first orgnize .Tanuary 4. 1900. Here's a "Browr OR $1 AND FOI This "Browniekar" Car is in ev< same kind of gasoline, fd to the< accepted design of the best car of high grade auto building since its that have made the well known A The Herald adI O N J A1 To some Newberry Boy or Gi easy to win Contest. JUST CLI] Sign your name and address, o1 HERALD AND NEWS, Newber WHO IS ELIGIBL Any white boy or girl, of good repute, under1 City of Newberry or County of Newberry, is elig Voting Contest. 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