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SOCIAL AN? PERSONAL. J
Mise Annie Richey entertained Tues
day evening with a Set Back party, to
which ? number of friends were invit
ed. After a number of games were
played delightful refreshments were
served and then a short musical pro
gram followed. The hours passed
swiftly the evening being greatly en
Joyed by those who were present.
Tho Bridge Club was charmingly
entertained Friday afternoon by Miss
Mayme Ferguson, at her home on We'it
Main street. In spite of the very in
clement weather, a large number of
guests were present to enjoy the hos
pitality pf the hostess. After a num
ber of games wore played, a tempting
luncheon was served.
Mrs. S. R. Todd was hostess Wed
nesday afternoon at a beautifully ar
ranged party for a number of friends.
Seven tables were prepared for the
gamo of Forty Two and a most en
joyable afternoon was spent. After the
games were played, a delicious sweet
courso was served.
A new bridge club was organized at
the homo of Miss Taccoa Caine Thurs
day evening when a number of young
people met to play Llllle Bridge. Of
ficers were elected and a regular pro
I gram decided upon. The first evea
ing's meeting was a success In every
, particular, the games proving very In
teresting and hospUallty of the host
ess delightful. The next meeting of
the club will be Thursday evening,
when MIsb Helen Crisp will entertain,
(Contributed by a guest.)
The Si R. O. sign was brought out
early or Saturday evening, when Mrs.
Devereau Turner's vocal class gave
another of tlulr delightful recitals at
the home of one of her pupils. The
parlors of this residence seated sev
enty-five guests whose appreciation of
the entire program was indicated by
the splendid hearing accorded each
performer, as well as by the many
complimentary comments heard at the
conclusion of the entertainment. Tln>
accompanyists were Mrs. Lucas and
Mrs. Turner. To musicians, that sim
ple statement also means that one
half, and a very essential half, of a
successful concert was supplied in
heaping measure. Especially was
Mrs. Lucas' contribution to the even
ing's pleasures valued, for besides her
well-known capacity to delight her
hearers by perfect mastery of the
key-board, variety was given the pro
gram and any tax upon the strengtii
of her co-workers was lessened.
The two part program was opened
with a duet "See the Pale Moon" for
soprano and contralto by Miss Annie
Richey and Mrs. Alken and closed with
a three-part arrangement of Schubert's
Serenade" for soprano and first and
I second alto, Miss Richey, Mrs. Rankin
(a) Gypsy Love Song .. ..Herbert
(b) April.V. Harris
(c) When Mabel Slugs .. ..Speakes
Mrs. R. Edgar Babb.
Her numbers were given In a clear,
fresh tone with high notes well sus
tained and good enunciation.
(a) In Sweet September ....Temple
(b) Land of Nod.Hawley
(c) Longing For You . .C. Marshall
Mrs. C. F. Rankin.
Good artistic work. A very even,
smooth, sympathetic voice.
j Spring Song.Mendelssohn
Violin solo by Mr. James McCravy
(Mrs. Lucas, piano.)
A number of rare charms. This
young artist displays skill In execu
tion and rare comprehension In Interp
(a) Waltz (from Romeo and .lullet)
(b, Carlssima ..from "The Red Feat
.from "The Red Feather"
(c) Nymphs and Fauns ....Remberg
Miss Mary Todd.
Miss Todd has a soprano voice, that
Is particularly brilliant in sustained
notes of the upper reglFter. Good ac
cent In the Italinn number. A splendid
song group rendered In a finished
(a) The Zlngarella.Ciunpana
(b) With Verdue Clad
.from The Creation
(c) Roses, Roses Everywhere .. . .
I The difficult aria from the Oratorio
wns faultlessly sung. Tho contrast
ing numbers were also artistically
(a) Promise of Life.Cowen
(c) Waltz Song "Birds aro Singing"
.(By Clayton Thomas)
Mrs. H. K. Alken.
Unusual flexibility and range for a
contralto. A pleading, dignified stage
presence and perfect phrasing. Tbc1
waltz song of this group was an ar
The Garden I Love .... Goprana Solo
Miss Rlchey (with violin obllgato,
by Mr. MoCravy.)
This was "melody as sweet as the
music that seems,
Borne sweetly and faint in the ears
of our dreams."
I MA MEN NEWS |
Madden, Jan. 28.?How qluckly .time
speeds by! One month of the new year
Preaching was held at Prospect on
Saturday and Sunday it being the reg
ular meeting day. Rev. J. A. Martin
filled his appointment as usual. There
was a very good congregation Sunday
considering the Inclemency of the
There was a very pleasant reunion
at the* home of Mr. J. R. Finley or
Sunday, when he had the pleasure of
entertaining as his guests Mrs. Maggie
Martin of Eunis, Texas and Mr. T. R.
Finley, of Honea Path. There had
been a lapse of a quarter of a century
since these brothers and sister had
spent the day together. A most en
joyable day was spent; a joke and a
smile for the escapades of childhood;
a tear and a sigh for the loved ones
who are goue forever.
The many friends of Mrs. M. T. Alli
son will be glad to bear that she is
steadily gaining her usual health. Dr.
Fennell, of Waterloo, the well-liked
and attentive doctor, has been the at
Miss Josie Martin, of Clinton, who
:s exceedingly popular in this, her
oid home, was the week-end guest
of her grandmother, Mrs. Allison.
.Mrs. Lou Moore was a recent guest
of Mr. and Mrs. Whitt Martin and
while here she worshipped at her
church, where she was cordially greet
ed by old friends.
Mr. Troy Jones who has been stay
ing awhile with his uncle. Dr. Wade
Fowler, of ?>iinpsonville, has returned
Mr. Clyde Martin, of Greenville was
shaking hands with former friends
recently. He came down lo see his
grandmother, Mrs. Allison and also to
look after his farm.
Several of our people went up to
hear Miss Frayser lecture at tin; grad
ed school Saturday. Among those who
enjoyed her lecture were Mr. and Mrs.
Dean, Misses Ida Turner, Louise Dean
and Ora Powers.
Miss Mae Roper and brother, of Ra
bun, were the week-end guests of their
sister, Mrs. Thad Moore.
One night last week we had settled
down to study at our house when aj
knock was heard at. the door. Investl-j
gation proved It to bo some chums
of the lad who had started out "bird
thrashing". With a bright moon shin
ing and two lanterns turned up to
their fullest capacity, they fared
forth 1. the night seeking adventure.
Down through the woods they went,
over the plowed fields, and across pas
tures, finally building up a tiro at the
crossing and wrestled to see who "was
the best man." One by one the lights
went out in the farm homes?a ghoet
ly sound was heard and in they came.
The little lads at our house made such
an effort, to tip toe In that they suc
j ceeded in waking us all up! They went
to sleep tired and happy. They had
taken a long stride towards leaving
the cominon-plaeo land of boyhood and
entering the mystic land of grown
up?they had been out at night with
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L AU RENS , S C
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Good Farm of 142 acres near Barksdale Sta
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buildings, known as Jax.ies Todd Place. A bar
gain at $ lb. 00 per acre.
Good 6-room house and lot in city of Laurens
near square. House in good repair. A bargain
30 acre, .ine Farm, all in cultivation, one mile
of Princeton fronting Dr. Gilkerson's place,' at
$40.00 per acre.
100 acres, fine farm, known as Polly Franks'
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167 acres in Spartanburg county, near Mus
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113 acres of land known as Monroe land, join
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Mar. 4th, 1913
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