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.i rs. Ruth Shannonhouse is visiting
'Miss Ruth McAlister has left for
Ilickory, N. C., wl.zare she is to teach
.\liss Troxelle Wright, of Newberry,
was the guest for the week-end of
'.Miss IEmily Dial.
M\iss Mary Burton left last Sunday
for Hamlet, N. C., where she will tetteh
in the city schools.
'Miss Amy Wolff leaves jiext Wed
nesday for Conway to take up) a osi
lon as teacher ther.e.
1. tiss Eloise Clardy has returned to
the city after spending several days
In Greenville' with friendA.
tlr H. - 'Nabers, of Greenville,
spent the week-end in Laurel)% as the
guest of his aunt, Mrs. J. L. Nabers.
. L'Mrs. Harvey 31. Gray is spending
the week end with her nel)hew, .1. T.
Abercrombie and familg, in Greenville.
Mrs. D. L. Royal and son, of Ala
bama, and '\Mrs. Calhoun, of Florida,
!%ere recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. F.
Fred and Joe Gabriel have returned
to Greenville after spending several
days here with their young kinsman.
Capt. and Mrs. Roy C. Hilton arrived
in the city Saturday to spend some
time with Mrs. Hilton's mother, Mrs.
Lieut. an d 'Mrs. -Joe Bolt have ar
-rived in the city from Portsmouth,
Va., to visit their parents, '.\Ir. and
t\11s. L. S. Bolt.
S-Aliss Harriett Watson left yesterday
for Wilson, N. C., where she will teac
Latin and French -in the schools of
that place this year.
Mr. and Mi's. Thos. I. Swygert, of
Cciuila, spendthe week-end in the
city as the guests of their parents, Mr.
and Mr's. Brook; Swygert.
Misses Kathleen and Corinne Ander
soil, of 'Williamston, spent several
days in the city last week as the guests
of Mr. and Mirs. C. T., Link.
Mrs. Paul Smith has returiel from
LeGrange, Ga., where she has been
visiting. She was accompanied home
by her sister Miss Mary Kilgo.
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Fort, of New
York, and their daughter, Marjorie,
spent last Thursday and Friday with
'Mr. and Mrs, CM. L. Copeland.
Mrs. J. H-. Powe and her sister, .Nrs.
Kittrell, who have been visiting the
former's son, :Dr. .J. U. Powe, have re
turned to their home at Cheraw.
Prof. .J. F. Thomason -and fanily, of
'Winthrop college, spent several (lays
in the city last week with Prof. Trhom
ason's mother, Mrs. Aveline Thona
son, and other relatives.
Mr. and Mrs, W. H1, Whitley with
their two children, Mary 'Pelham and
JosePhine, of Albermarle, N., C., are
visiting their father, Mr. J. 11. Sulli
vaii on West 'Main street.
Mr. Fred Cox, of Lanford Station,
passed through the city !Monday morn
ing en his way to the Spar'tan Academy
iwhere he wvill teach history and direct
the athletic activities this year.
~Mr. and irs. C. C. Featherstone,
Mi's. J. 'D. -Pitts, Lair. Douglas Feathei'
stone and Miss Mary Ferguson mo
tored from Gr'eenwvood Sunday to see
Mir. Joe Buirton wvho has been ill.
Ambrose iEastereby, 'Perry 'WVal lace,
Elbert Copeland, Cabell Garrett,
Richlardl Counts, Williamn IDlunlap, WVil
11am Albright and Houston Roper have
left for Clemson college to 'pursue
their studies this year.
Miss Dorothy Dial entertained at
Rook last w~eek in honor of Miss Eliza..
beth Cooper, daughter of ex-Gov. and
Mirs. R. A. Coopei', and Miss CarolIne
tbeonard, of f-par'tanburg. Th'le twvo
tables twere set on the poi'ch wvher'e
delicious refreshments were served af
ter' the games. Miss Leonard is the
guest of bli's. Lou Jones.
Mr. and i's. E. 0. Anderson, 'rs.
*A. H. Stinder's and son, H-askell, Miss
Josie Anderson, Miss 'Lillah Todd, Mr.
0. B. Simmons andl i'amily, Hilgh' and
R'eriber't Aiken andy-Eugene Mitchell
-will 1be among thes'e who wvill go to
Spartanburg Thpralay to be present
at the marriage of 'Miss Mary John
*son and MAr. James Zimmerman.
5.Eleglion returns wvill bo shown at
' Pril'ess 'Theatre uiext Tde'sday1 night
Also. fac c Hlolt and Bebe anes.
*"Nob'th 'of the 'RIo' Gfrande~ '
Meeting of Winthirob Datighters *
TherduWili be -an imhportant e!lt
mneeting of the ILauieis' chapter of
(Wilnthrop (Daughters at tahe L~adies
io lst 'R'oom on uFriday afterrioon at
4;30, Every nbrflber is rurged to he
'rese nt in order to make-plans for
the next year a program.
Singing Cjonvenatlon' ,
Thx South '1. nrens Singing 1onten'
tie ~ ~ot t Oakland tbilli ~
he ,Ondad tterhuoon"it 2' o'ie)~i
Gept. 10th, All singet's And ~ thg b
a nqited to mes with s
The Elpvorthi League of the Main
street 'lethodist church was delight
.IIIly .intertained at the home of 'miss
)s E1mmie and IRosalie Sullivan, last
i'hursday evening. The lawn was
lectric-liglted. Placed over the main
mntrance was a large sign in electric
ights reading ".Welcome Leaguers".
Svery minute. wias filled witlh games
xihich provoked much mirth and
aughter. Later In the evening ice
,ream cones were served, after which
,he merry band of young folks bad
rood-nfght to the char'mning hostesses
>f the occasion.
11INS4 Jessee Entertains
CAliss Maudie Mae Jessee entertained
;Ix tables -of 'bridge at the Country
lhub Tuesday mornifg, complimenting
\ss Lucy McPhail. At one o'clock
I, delicious salad course was served.
rihe guct of honor 4-as presented
vith a dozen Ice tea sipeers as a soil
enir of the morning.
r Miss Mclhail
aMiss Rebecca Clark entertained at, a
>ridge party Saturday morning in 'com
p)liment to -Miss Lucy McPhail, a bride
3lect. At the conclusion of the games,
i delicious salad course was served.
ihe honor guest was presented with
I useful gift of cut glass.
IRAPTIST1-MISSION WOlKE US
MET LAST WVEHm
Pleasant and Proitalble 3leeilg Held
wilth Hethatharak Church August 301h.
The annual ieeting of the iBaptist
W. M. U. was held Wednesday, August
30th with Bethabara (huri ich. The
meeting was well attended by dele
gates from the various churches of the
ounty. The *:rogram as printed in a
previous issue of this' paper wias caI
ried out. Rev. J. .W. Watts, who
leaves in a few (lays, with his wife
and baby, for 'Palestine, Inade a stir
ring address to the Union which was
treatly appreciated by all.-. At the
Mlose of his address a little shower in
the form of an offering and other use
[ul gifts was made to the couple as a
token of the love and good wishes of
Mrs. Ratchford, of Cross Hill.
brought a very sweet message in song.
The following societies received
honor roll badges: W. af. S., Gra.
court, Beaverdam, First Clinton, THigh
land Home, First Laurens; Y. W. A's.
First Clihton, First .Laurens; U. A.'s
Gray Court, First Laurens; Sunbeams,
Chestnut Ridge, Gray Court, First
'.he following ofilcers were elected
ror the coining year:
Superintendent, Mrs. C. B. Bobo.
Sec. and Treas., aIrs. E. C. Owens.
Sunbeam Supt., Mrs. 1W'. N. Austin.
Y. W. A. and G. A. Supt., Mrs. S. H.
R. A. Supt., Mrs. 'Broadus Cook.
Chairman Mission Study, Mirs. T. N.
Vice Pres., 1st Div., aMrs. W. . W.
Vice 'Pres, -2nd Div., Mr's. Sloan
Vice Pres. 3rd Div., Mrs. John Little.
Sec. 1st Div., Miss Allie Babb.
Sec. 2nd Div., airs. Guy Smith.
Sec. 3rd Div., Mrs. Hugh -Workman.
A total of $i2,5G9.32 wvas r'aised duri
nig the year for' all puirp~oses. A boun
eous :ciei, dlinner' with barbecued
lash :was served 'by the ladies of
Blethabara church, and their gracious
10slpitality was enjoyed by all._
MRS. 10AJTL C. OWE'NS,,
Election returns will 1be shown at
Princess Theatre next Tuesdlay night.
Also Jack Holt and Hebe Daniels in
'Nor'th of the Rio Grandle".
Birth of a Son
Born to Mr. and 'Mr's. 'Henry Browvn,
it Gray Court, September 5th, a son.
(Card Fromi Mr. Blakely
I wish to express my thanks to the
roters for the handsome vote giyen
no-.andl to assure them that if ele ted
n the second primary that I will on
inuo -to give the same service in ,he
>fmie that I have giveD in the paitt
.A. B. BfliIKOLV'
Card of Thanks K
I desire to thank the pecople of au
ens 'county for 'the' nagnificent Notg
}\e .meo on thc 29th19 prwhich - am
ref$- grateful and i sh'til con tin4 (Gi
'erire' the. whole people of Laureis
:oiu.ty to the best of mny ability. f
"G aVery i'esleectfully,
tMr. ahid Mi's. Jesse Campbell and
'ethily wish to thank the Ware Shoals
Wanlufacturing Ic00mbany'g sewizng
'oem people for as love tojken 'of of
'ering o( .00 -for our 'dqar son and
irother'wh has lecently passed away,
lo was 1iNng iny thaty departmnent
>efore he was taken ill with typhoid
ever arn piedm'nie wic~h tausaS. his
Iea'thik Mdyd's blessing4 reat' on
40~h and all.
ap~~,d Nrs Jesse Camp bell,
Laurien CouItiy MiSsion'ary I nstitute
of the S. . P'resyteri1l to be Held
The Laurens County alissionary in
stittute of. the S. C. Presbyterial, will
meet at the First Presbyterian church,
Lautrens, September I-ith at 10 A. 3l.
All the Presbyterian, churches In the
c~auty are urge(d to send a large dele
gatIin. )r. It. C. Colt, of Korea, will
give an address onl the Work in Korea.
Il'he progral for tle day is as folloiws:
.ilorIng11 Nerf-lee, 10 WTIlock
Prayer by M rs. W. itiltnter.
Greetings Iby 'Miss Jullia Irby.
ltesponse by Mrs. \V. T. Aust it.
"Ministers ot' 1921" by .liss Caroline
Special 'M.usic by 'Mrs. W. 1). Itatch
Roll Call of Churches with Reports
Xissionary Address by Rev. 11. T.
Appointmteit of Committees: Noi
nating, Place of Meeting, lIesolu
tions, and Press.
Clusic by Mrs. H-. K. Aiken.
Young Peoples Conference by M.\r. '1.
Geiteral WVorkers Conference by Mrs.
A. .\. Copelan(l for )r. J. 61.
Wells; Mirs. Will Leake for Auxil
iary, and Miss 9ariah Ilunter for
Sunday School Work.
Offering for Bible Woman in China.
Ilible I-loutr by .\ 's. R. 0. llood.
A flernoon Session, 2 O'Clock
l-lone Missionary Address by lRev. C.
E"choes from Mlontreat by 'Mrs. G. M.
-Schools and Colleges by .\Miss .1. 1-lon
Thornwell Orphanage by Mrs. L. R.
Training School by Mrs. ). J. Woods.
H]ymn and .\Music.
I):stribttion of Literature.
Reports of Committees.
Bible 'llour by Mrs. W. 0. Neville.
Card From B. A. Sutllini, Jr.
Being unable In tite short time be
tween the ilrst and the second pri
maries to see i'ersonally all of the
voters of Laurens county, I am taking
this method of thanking those who
sulpported me in tle first election for
County Superintendent. of kBducation
for their votes and to ask from them
their continued support, and to inviae
tle support of all others in mty Cnini
I feel that my qualidcations for per
forminln the duties of this office are
such as will commend my candidacy to
the earnest consideration of all per
sons Interested in the continued devel
opiment of our publ-ic school system. I
Wish to assure the people of Laurens
county that ity conduct of the, office,
should I be elected, will be such as
.ill merit their further support, and
will be such as will -show that theix'
confIdence has not b-een misplaced.
* B. A. SULLIVAN, JR.
, Card Fronm W. L.S dray
To thxe Votexrs of ,Laur'ens County:
I take this nmanner' or thtaxing yeou
fox' your liberal supp~lort gIven mte in
the recent primnary election. It will
be a Iprivilege and a pleasux'e to x'ep
r'esentt evexry inter'est of my county
anid state in all matters ;which may be
brought before the -louse of Rlepre
sentatives of South 'Carolina, while I
ser've you in that honorable body.
'(Card fromt Maj. D~ozier
I wish to exr.:rxess mny deep seuse0 of
ohfligaxtion to thxe good peole of Latu
x'ens county fox' the splendild vote giv
en me dn the first primat'y in my r'ace
for Secr'etar'y of State. The vote In
dicated that/Laurens county would
have eleted me ,if she could. Even
in dieat I cannot 'but. feel deeply
gx'atefuxl for this -strong exmressIon bf
confidexnce In my -ali~It and ~isire to
be pf-sox'vico .to my stat~,
JAtnlES C. DOZIgR.'
ThCivic iLeague :will meet in tl e
Resat Room of thxeourt hoiii' df t
Electio . na:4Ube snow4 t'
Princess Theatre next Tuesday ni ht.
Alo J heo p 'e' Dnilojn
Card. F~p~ppMIssf Kate Woffer.
I want to take this method of
thanking the people of Laurens Coun..
ty for .the flattering vote given me in
myrace for Couty eu'ndrIntendent of
EIIducation in ,the first prim~ry ,last
Tuesday. I. am in'. the sedoId~ race
and spoliolt the peplhe pf the County
for their further. support and help on
Septel:ier-12t1hvwhen! I shall 'come up
the seconid .time for: consideration at
the hands of 'the voters of my county,
A very attractive set i
China shown in two decorn
border patterns on one of tl
Other Sets F:
Call and see our entire 1:
find it the best and most co:I
S. M.& E.-H.
borer aens Minliner oft
marketho Sets F
stoc Tha ehvy
Wegish we thank you
vicinityr for headqlen
Swakets to buyand
'iece Dinner Set
n the best quality American
itions, both in conventional
-ie latest and rnost popular
rom $8.40 Up
ine of Dinner Ware. You'll
rplete in the State.
VILKES & CO.
NS, S. C.
ladies of Laurens and
lid reception they gave
our Ladies' Ready-to
tore last week.
splendid' reception our
irned to the Northern
till larger and prettier
mnd invite you to make
Enterprise Bank Building