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The Laurens advertiser. (Laurens, S.C.) 1885-1973, October 11, 1922, Image 5

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The fo ' llowing announcement taken
from .the' 'Roanoke (Va.) Times will be
read with interest here where Miss
3arnes , has visited on several occa
sions and. where Mr. Flenting is among
the city'as best known young men:
0r a'n4 Mrs. tlnry Cooper Barnes
announc6 the engagement of their
dattghterF.dith Mario to Mr. Charles
Franklin EFleming, of 'Laurens, S. Q.,
the wedding to take place in the ;egrly.
fall. Mis$ Barnes is -the beati'tfu.and
acconpli led daughter of '. .Uenry
Barnes, ii prominent wholesale drug
gist of Roainoke, wihile M1.r. Fleming is
a popular young business mAn of Ihau
rens, S. C
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Afternooj Party
On 'Wednesday afternoon, Air. and
Mrs. J. 1H.' Cunningha-m delightfully
entertained atan informal gathering
of their friends' at their beautiful home
on Lau'el street. Ice cream, cake and
fruits were served. The afternoon was
greatly enjoyed by all present.
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Party at Club
Mrs. Ross D. Young'and MAr. Ljylliaii
A. Moore-were hostesses to friends
Saturday afternoon 'at the' Bois-Terre
Country Clu'b. ltFight tables ol' gute.ts
enjoyed a delightful series of games of
Forty-Two, after which a deliciouis
salad course with ice cream was serv
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For M's. Luens
Mrs. T. D. Darlington entertained
at a very, enjoyable bridge luncheon in
honor of Mrs. Cora Cox Licas on Sat
urday morning. -Bright .lowers fitr
ished a pretty setting for the live ta
Vles of players. The score prize, a
deck of hards, was won by Mrs. Rice
Nickels, and two dainty hand-made
handkerchiefs were presented to Mrs.
Lucas. At the conclusion, of the play
tig a salad coui1se was served.
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- Entvrtalns Bridge ('lIII
On Thursday afternoon, Mi's. R. F.
Fleming delightful ly entertainaedl her
bridge club. Six tables, comiprising
the memibers of the t 1 th and sev.ril
guests enjoyed an into estuing seiies
f games at the end of whiaelit deli
clous salad course was served.
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For Mrsin.)Aens
Complimenting hte' guest. Mrs. Cora
Cor 'Lucasp of Columbia, M's. M. I.
Copeland --entertained' at cards Wedl
nesday aft-ranoon. Six tables of .bridge
and one of lFerty-Two were placed
amild a setting of zinnias and other
fall ilowers. At the conclusion of a
number of games a salad courpe was
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For Miss Maty Suillivani
Added to a long series of parties that
have been given- in her honor, Miss
'Mary Sullivan, the poputlar' bride
elect, was- c~mplimen ted with a bi'idge
party by Mrs. Cecil Roper on Friday
afternoon. The rooms were decorate
ed 'in flowers, and a miniature b)ride
marked the place of Miss Sullivan. At
the close of the games, ~a dlelicious
salad course was servedl and the
honoree presented wvith a dlainty ,piece
of lingerie.
naye Wenie Roast
The local chapter of -Winthrop
Daughters entertained the teachers of
the city, Laurens ,Mills and 'it'
Mills schools: Thursday eventing with
a wenie rhast. in the grove surround
inrg Pr'ospect church near' Madden sta
-tion.' Ak suficient number of male
friends were invited to, drive the party
to the roasting grcund and to do the
rough work around the dir'e, in all of
wvhich 'tey acquitted themselveokwell.
After the roait and desert of t'easted
caromels, the party engaged in vari
ous forms of amusements 'suited to
such an occasion'. Mr's. HI. WV. Gasque
eited a chaperon, and Miss Pearl
Ciardy as director of ausement. .
Beauut~il i every detail wvas Vlpe
wedding of .\i1 Mary Sullivpan, daugh
ter of Mr'. an 4Mr's. B. A. Sullivan to
William Fr'ian~ Tatum, of .McCoil,
Which was sold nized yesterda~ t the
Flt'st Methodist church at fohrtsthirty
.The church 'as beautifully deedr
,.'ted for the o asio9 in greeii aifd
" ~ite,the chau el and choir stalls he
baR~nked in .%rns and ivy.
eofot'e the cremony, Mrs. C. H.
'lqke'played sageral lovely selections
aLe organ, And Miss Hattie .Gfy
Aplloved4 It Js (Morning" w~ti
ohdriing-neffect.. The 'bridal party oune
terqd fothe sthihe~ of Mendellsohn's
Qridel match ai4 "Call Me Tlline Owa"
pajed/sof y through che d6res
'~41thryn S tser , a1 to
.*Attractl ly a~ssed, in yellow
Adaans, W. (P. Childrss, Robert. Cald
well, and J]arli Jangston Were next in
order, iarching from- either side of
the church. They iwde followed (by
the bridesmaids and the following
groomsmen- Mr. Carlisle Loore, .Dr.
Felix Blanchard, Mr. Frank Gibson,
dud Mr. 1. A. Sullivan, Jr., a brother.
of the bride. The groonsnen enter
ed in couAles from either aisle alter
nately with the bridesmaids. The
bridesmaids all wore satin and lace
gowns, Misses 'Frances 'Davis and Ag
nes Tatum w'earing peacock blue and
Misses Virginia Bav'kslale and Inez
lludgens wearing broWn. The dames
of honor, the next to enter, Mrs. 'D. 1.
Cooper and Mrs. J. R). '!ullivan were
dressed like the bridesmaids in blue
and 'brown respectively. They all car
ried yellow'.chirysanthemuis.
Miss Virginia Sullivan, a sister of
the br'ide, as maid of honor, followed
the dames' of honor. 9he wore a
brown satin,.aad- lace dress with a
large brown velvet hat and accessor
les to match.- She also carried chrys
antheinums. .Scattering rose petals in
the bride's path were the flower girls,
little rMisses Sarah Belle Brooks and
Jessica Tatum, wearing fluffy dresses
of yellow organdie. Directly preced
Ing the 'bride was little Miss Mary El
len Richardson, ibearing the ring in
a golden 'basket and wetaring a dainty
dress of yellow accordian pleated chit
The ibride entered on the arm of her
father who gave -her away in marriage.
She was me .at the altar by the bride
groom with his best man, 31r. IM.Ta
tun. The Rev'erend Mr. P. F. Kilgo,
pastor of the bride, spoke the words
that made them one,
The brida w)as a picture of girlish
grace and loveliness in her travelling
suit of blue cloth 'with touches elf
gray. 'ler hat was of blue velvet em
brdidered in silver and her accessories
harmonized. Her bridal bouquet was
in shower effect, of lovely bride's ros
es\ and bridal ivreath.
The out-of-town guests were as fol
lows: iMrs. W. R. Tatum, Misses Agnes
Tatum and Jssica Tatum, Air. Ed. Ta
itui, Mr. Carl Adams, and IDiU. Blanch
ard, of Mc'3oll; Aliss Mary 0. Tatum,
Mr. Carlisle Moore, Mrs. '1. C. Swit
zer and .liss Kwahrh Switzer, of
Spartanburg; 'Mr. Robert Carlisle, of
um'berton, N. C.; )rs. D. .R Cooier,
Jack and Virginia Cooper, g'f Colum
bia; Mr. and .\rs. J. B. Segars, of Os
weg o; Mr. andl Mrs. J. D. Sullivan,
'Mrs. I1. Z. 'Nabers' and Prof. C. F.
Brooks, of'Grqenville; Mr. and Mrs.
IL. R. Brooks, 'Mr. and -Airs. L. W.
Brooksl Mr..,apd Mrs.. Ny. 1. Gray and
Miss'itide Gray, of Gray Court; Mr,.
.and Mrs. A.- T: Jet)nings, of Green
wood, and i'. Ray Moore, of Oswego.
Mirs. Tatun is the popular daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Sullivan. she
is a graduate, of 'Winthrol Cojlege and
has taught for the past year at Mc
'Coll. She has a host of friends -who
will reg'ret that her marriage will
take her away from Laurens.
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Reception for Bridal Party
Following 'the wvedding rehearsal of
IMiss Mary Sullivan and Mr. Wnm.
Frank Tatum on .Monday-evening, Mfrs.
E. A. slSuxllivap, mother of the 'bride,
entortainegq at an informal recep~tion
for the brfdal party -and' out of town
guests, at their'home on South Harper
street'. The house wvas beautifully and
tastefully decorated tor' the occasion.'
The guests. assembledl in the spa
ciouis recep~tion hall,, which' with the
drawing- rdom wds 'throwrn into one.
Here punch~ was ser'ved by Misses .Jule
Childress and 'Sara Bishop.
. Th~y werec then invited in'to the' gIft
roonf wher'e niany handsomp and use
ful gifts were inspected and admired.
Across the hall the dining room was
a bower of white and green, the table
being artistically dclorated with tuill~e
and feathery green fern. A cluny
lace cover' and shaded candles made a
lovely and worthy setting for the beau
tiful wedding cake, which was iced
with ga 'lands of lillies of. the valley.
'K Sinday, October 15th, will be jlome
Coming liay ft New' 'foe i'r c,
churh wth more. than a hundred
years of'histof* 'efitkt~ p)h -
Dr. -W. J. MdClothlin, o~ Furman
Isidnlal and ligAO(' i ElN
.*1TV..C.' D. BOYA, a og sr
M. Workmnan is Thlnda/ Schoof sur
intenident. Chiurg*iertnheorh01'idJiQ
' hundi'ed.
'Publicity Conmt ttied
Pilog Cured in 6 toM 144pA
C 98 convocat oi 6t
Meeting of D. A. I.
The 1I-lenry Laurens chalpter D. A.
R., will moet Thursday afternoon at
four o'clock with .Mrs. Dave Childress.
Mrs. 'B. L. Clardy, Sect.
Journals Once "Courants."
Before the word newspaper caine In.
to use in England the name "courant"
was given to Journals. The first Eng
11sh "Courant" was Issued December
2, 1020. There are 24 of these In the
library of the British museum, London,
bearing weeklj dates from that give&
above to October 22, 1021.
Bulbs! Bulbs!
Laurens Drug Co.
The Rexall Store
SThsz 66x8
th d Sple e sl
BfExtr Hay BI
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We will receive one carload of touring cars and
runabouts this week, with and without starters.
Have you seen the new model? If not, come in
this week and see it in our show room.
We Give Terms on Cars, Trucks and Tractors
Bring Us Your Next Repair Job
Authorized Dealer
Telephone 334 Laurens, S. C.
Advance Sale of Blankets
are First to Take Advantage of This Special
at This Time Will Reap Full Benefit
11/ WolCto
Heavy Mixed Wool and Full Size Cotton
0- Sizie 66x80 Good Weight
all colors. All color Plaids. 3 colors: size 60x76
$6.25 $2.25
fers who have a keen eye for values this message is directed. See
Iy. It's the most varied and complete you will find, including Army
tnkets and a full line of different weights in all wool, wool mixed
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