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' New Year's Wedding.
Mrs. Edwards Bobo Murray has is sued Invitations to the marriage of ber daughter, Felicia, and Mr. Joseph Johnstone Reed on the evening of Thursday the twenty-eighth of Janu ary at half after seven o'clock at Twenty-fqur North ?ndersah. Ander son, S. C. MISB Murray has been one ot Anderson's most popular young so ciety women and her wedding will be an event of interest to her many friends throughout the State. Move to Florida. Th? many friends of Mr. and Mrs Baxter H. Hodges o? Starr will lean with7 Interest that they are planning to move to. Florida the latter part o: this month. Mr.' J lodges has a ver; desirable place there and for yean they have thought of moving to it Their many friends hero will feel tin deepest' regret' that ' they will leav? Anderson County, but they have th? sincerest wishes for a very happy ant prosperous life there. Card Afternoon. ? TuoFday aft* -noon will be the firs., of the card afternoons-at the Rose HU Cloh since the holidays and the mem bers are planning for the first occa sion of the new year to be a very de ilghtful event. All who exnect to raakt up a table are asked to notify Mrs.1 Alice Bykes. Mrs. Donald Clarke of Detroit. Mich., who ls visiting at Starr, spent yesterday with friends here; Mr. and Mrs. 8am B. Crayton havt returned to their home at Georgetown ! after a .Visit to Air. and Mrs. Fran!. Crayton. i Lovely Dinner Party. A lovely dinner was given yester day by Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Vandivei at their attractive home on North Mc Duffie atreet The table was beauti ful in cut glass and silver and an ele gant coursa dinner wan aerved. Mr.. and Mrs. Vvtdiver'e guests were: Mr.' sad. Mrs. E. W. Masters, Mr. and Mrs D. s. Vandiysr and children, Mrs. \ Corrie Watson; Mrs. H. P. McDanteleJ and Miss Va rina McDanlels. - cajdouu Street Club. The Calhoun &rest Club was enter tained on Thursday afternoon by Mis: Bertha Cashin at her home on- Cal houn street. Two tables of auctlor bridge were formed and several Inter esting and enthusiastic, gamea played ?ter which the charming hostess serv ed dainty refreshments. Miss Lucln Archer returned fron Bealey where she spent several dayr with friends. Mrs. E. H. Acker bsa returned to ber home |n Atlanta after- spending. several days with her daughter. Mrs i Keith Provost. t, Mrs. George Townsend goes to Sen eca tomorrow io attend the marriage of Miss Carrie Hunter add- Mr. T. B Jones on Tuesday evening, the 12th inst Mr. Robert M. Hammond of Green . ville ls the guest of.Mr. Melvin Means. 1 Mr. Humbert M. Aull of Newberry ; was here this week the guest of rel atives. ? . \ Beaatifa] Heme Wedding. AA beautiful borne ' wedding and our ' around which centered the love aai. Interest of their friends was that ol - Miss Mable K. Sralthe and .Mr. S. H Smith which occurred at the home'of ; the bride's mother, Mrs. Rober* Smiths, on Thursday , afternoon. Thir 1 vno Just-five miles west ot the city . had hew prettily ^orated for tbs. Occasion with ferns and pot ^pUftV '. The attendants were: Misa Lut] . Smtthe and Miss Lola Bmlthe, both nf . Whom vore pretty gowns of white ?repe de chene over *mkifrlth pinh? girdler and carrted pink carnations : Thu bride wore a beautiful dark blue- ' > froud aMhrjasat suit trimmed la fur with hat. gtov?s and shoes to thatch " She carried? an armful of w)iite car nations. The wedding march wat ; dutifully rendered by M ?a. Waar. Sanders, who slao played "A Perrect iay," tfayW'tue ceremony which war ' performed, by Rev> w. B. H?wktol? < The guests wer? received hy Mrs teltha^T?tsf Evp Smfthe. and Mrs. C Lee of Atlanta. Jest ,after the cere mony the bride threw np her weddin? bouquet, the catching of which would, ludiente the next bride, add this hons-* fell to Miss Lu bi Smith and Ml, s ? tom Smiths. In the pretty dining room Mm. George Eagle and Mrs.* Frank Murphy presided and served ccJee and fruit ?' dake. Little Carrie Smtthe and Elisa , Hath smith pinned on tne souvenir? tfny wedding.bells tied with TauVtjU b?n. The frrfrr jaflje waa partlou ; arly pretty, wit? ?* a- tai i mt glass ' vase of :>?d carnations In the center With candelabra, with red candles on each side. The wedding present/, weA, a prsttyV collection cf many, handsome end useful gifts. ' M?sajWcift Child* off Anderson wag. : tn :' inanity' yesterday.-Greenville Pte^mon*. . 'Mies 'Wilma Polk of Jackson, Teno-? MHS. W. A. HUDGENS, Editor, Phone ls expected this week to spend a month with her sister, Mrs. Bond An derson. Dr. and Mrs. J. P. trowbridge are entertaining the following ladies at a week-end house party: Miss Mar guerite Adams of Charleston, Miss Bessie Allen abd Miss Margie West of Greenville. Mles L. N. Cat lett of Newport, Tenn., is visiting her mother, Mrs. 'ohn Catlett. bb South Main street. Due West Alumnae. The Due West Alumnae will meet text Friday afternoon with Mm. ? With The Ch Phor Vesper Service. The Usual Sunday afternoon vea >er service will be held this after oon at 5 o'clock at St. John's Metho dist church. MuMc is an important cature of these services abd the song orvic.es ls always aweet and Impres sive. The pastor also gives a short nd helpful talk, and altogether the ervlces are interesting and inspir ing. Circles. . Circle t?o. One of the First Presby-| erlan church was delightfully enter-, bined on Tuesday afternoon by Mrs. r. A. Wigglnton on Greenville street md a very pleasant afternoon was pent by those who braved the indem-1 ?ney of the wrather. She served her masts with a dainty salad course and i Iras assisted by Miss Maggie Garling ton. . In Circle No. 2 Mrs. Flora Overman vas unanimous! yelected as president n the plac? of Mrs. B .B.'Hart who' tas served the circle so faithfully hod veceptably for the past year. The neeting was held at the hospitable mme of. Mrs. A. P. Johnstone and vac a delightfully pleasant one. Sev eral recitations by . Mrs. Job?stone, vere heartily enjoyed a3 was aleo the ?7. -'TTOW _-?_. ; ) Prank Hurries on Evans street. The membere are asked to read up on Belgium as that will be the subject for the afternoon. Priscilla Club. Mrs. W. J. Muldrow was the charm ing hostess for the Priscilla Club on Saturday afternoon at her home on West Whltner street. Mrs. Muldrow ls sn attractive young hostess and her sweet gracious manner in her home always assures a pleasant occasion for her guests. t Miss Subank Taylor goes to Colum bia Monday to take a position in the engrossing depar*neni. arch Women 9 47. reading by Mrs. Overman. Mrs. John-j stone served her guests with delight-1 ful refreshments Jaaior Phllathea. t Mrs. J. B. Townsend was the at tractive hostess for the young ladles of the Junior Phllathea Class* on Tuesday afternoon. After all business bad been disposed of the. guests eu ioyed the music by Miss Kathleen Norryce and recitation' by Miss Em mie Cathcart ' During the social hour which is always a very Import ant part of these monthly meetings, Mks. Townsend served a;? elegant salad course with hot cottee. These monthly social 'meetings mean so much to the social life and fellowship of the classes and the members al ways look forward with pleasure to them. Senior PhlhUbea Class. The Seniar Phllathea Class of the First Presbyterian church was enter tained on Thursday afternoon by Mrs. Keith Pr?vost and Mrs, Fosa McCully at the home of the former on Cal houn street. There was a good at tendance of. members and the princi pal, business una the ?lection, of om-. care which resulted as follows:. Mrs. P. M. Burnett, president; Mrs., Flora Overman, first Tte? president ; Mrs. Keith Pr?vost, second vice president; Mrs. J. P. Trowbridge, recording sec retary; Miss Margaret Archer, cor responding secretary; Mrs. Blsir Crayton, treasurer; Mrs. Chsrles ?Opearman. assistant secretary and treasurer. The meeting was then eoavorted into a social oae and some time was delightfully spent, the at tractive hoslesses serving an elegant sweet course. Primary PhJlatkea ( lass. The PrimaryPhilatha Clase-of the First Presbyterian church held their first meeting of th? new year on Fri day afternoon with Misses ' Bessie Bucker and Elizabeth H?dgens. The following officers were elected: Pres ident, Miss Elisabeth Ramsays ric? president. Miss Eunice Evans; secre tary and treasurer. Miss Elisabeth riudgens. Misses Katherine Ortman and Lucy Bell were elected as cap-, tains of the Bines and Whites to locV after the Sunday school attendance of their respective sides. Guild ?f tirare Church. Tbs Guild of Grace Episcopal church waa delightfully entertained on Monday afternoon by Mrs. Nsrdln Webb at ber home on West Whltner street. This wag the first meeting of the new year and all the work and plans for tho fear were discussed and mapped ont. Puring the social fea ture Mrs. Webb served her guests with dainty refreshments and the af ternoon was pleasant and profitable. Mission Stud j. An Interesting meeting of the Mis sion Study CUss was held on Friday afternoon with Mrs. p. M. Heard. Mrs. T. C. Ligon was elected super intendent and the study of "The Child In' the Midst" planned for the ->.??( atx weeks. These meetings will bf held weekly and arc very instructive and helpful. ' Elementary Inion. The Elementary Union will meet 01 Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock at th< Central Presbyterian church. All th< teachers of the city Sunday schoo are urged to attend. Central Presbyterian Church. Realizing the highly Importan place which the mission of mus'.- oe cupl?s in the worship of Oed and lt the service of His people, the Centra Presbyterian church has for' som time been endeavoring to better lt musical programs. Ita endeavor were successful last week when i special, committee appointed by th officers of the church made a perms dent arrangement with Miss Straus than and Miss Nell Smith to furnls: regularly at'both 'Sunday service? special music;--They will be assisse by Mus Alwood* and the Misses Law renee and by Mr. Sam Orr Tribble i the night serves* Miss Smith will ai Bist in the wbrahlp with both vole OUR ANNUAL at 9 o'clock Read These Specials For Monday 10 Dozen Gowns, Lace Trimmed, High and Low Neck, 100 values, Monday..49c See Window Display. 50 Dozen Children Drawers, well made, special for JWoudav . . . 10c pr. 15 Dozen Ladies 1915 Spring Waists, special for Monday.98c 21 Dozen Gowns, Lace and Embroidery Trimmed, $1.50 values, Monday. ... .. ... .98c Our entire first floor is snow white with the new 1915 under mes lines. Be sure and be on hand Hondav at 0 o'clock, j MANY BARGAINS WE DID NOT LIST D. and violin. At the service this morning Miss Smith will render a violin obl?galo and Hiss Stranathan will, sing a solo. At the night service Misses Strana than and Smith will sing a duet. Th? heating plant of the church, which has been giving trouble for some weeks has been put In good con dition to render excellent service from now on. lt. waa tried out on Thursday and found^oglve^erjrec^ satisfaction. Missionary Meeting. The regular January meeting of the I Missionary Society ot St John's | Methodist church will meet on Mon day afternoon at 3:30 with Mrs. Av, nie Mose on !>outh McDufflle street Ladle? Aid Society. The Ladies' Aid Society of the First Presbyterian church wilt meet on ! Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock promptly with Mr?, W. H. Frazer on Weet Whitner street. Jule Duckworth of tho Lebanon section was lu the city yesterday. A- E. Weight of Townvlllo was In the city yesterday for a short while. A. C. Billson Of,the county jdfife visitor in the city ycsT?rWr^ IS INVS? ??ia?? Began December 15, ?9?4 You can get shares by paying in now your December install ments. $1.00 per month per share brings you in $100.00 at maturity. $10.00 per month will bring you $1,000.00 at ma turity, etc. If You keep lip Your Payments Yon Help Anderson Grow At a Profit To Yourself The Country's Prosperity Depends on the Economy and Savings of the Individual. No Experiment-Calculations Proved hy Experi ence. Invest Now. ALL THE PROFIT Is Distributed Among the Shareholders WE REMIND YOU If You Miss a Payment WE Lend Yon Your ts Wh^ si?jtnej^ ?oipes You can borrow to build ahorne You can1 borrow on your shares You cali retire your shares ?J B uiai o E. LIGON. Pr?sid?t Secretary