The Index-Journal from Greenwood, South Carolina on October 16, 1941 · Page 9
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The Index-Journal from Greenwood, South Carolina · Page 9

Greenwood, South Carolina
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Thursday, October 16, 1941
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A 1 SLCTiONTVO SOCIETY SECTION TVO SOCIETY 1 iLJILf 70 The Leading Newspaper of Western South Carolina VOL. XXII NO. 252 Entered Ai Second CI km Matter At The Poetoffloe Oreenwood, 8. C, Under The Act Of March I, W7. GREENWOOD, S. C.t THURSDAY AFJERNOON, OCT. 16, 1941 FEATURES BY" N. B. A. PRICE: FIVE CENTS OTJKNA Mi-s. Griffin Has Wednesday Bridge Club Meeting Mrs. J. Earl Griffin entertained Wednesday bridge club - yesterday afternoon at her home on Montague avenue. , Lovely flowers were attractively arranged In the party rooms. These were pink and white dahlias, pink roses, white faU daisies, . white chrysanthemums and bronze. ; ' . Guests besides the club members were Mrs. T. C. Olbbs of Texas, Mrs. John A- Free, Mrs. Sam Wood. Mrs. W. C. Wolfe, Mrs. R. J. Sprott and Mrs. Janie Diltz. Delicious salad and sweet courses were served by the hostesses with Mrs. Tom Blair and Mrs. W. L. Pressly assisting. , ' Prizes were - won by, Mrs. John Free, who had high- score; Mrs.T. C. Gibbs, who, had low scorer" and Mrs. Diltz, who won the consolation. ..; ;;".' mass Meeting " Landrum. , Oct. 16-r-W A mass meeting will be- held tomorrow 'night to nominate candidates "for the municipal election. The date of . the election also will be set. A may- or.' four councllmen, and a ' water commissioner will Deselected. ' DEMONSTRATION AGENT Blshopville. Oct. 16 (TV-Miss Mary Ida Warner of Oreenwood has been appointed Lee county home demonstration agent. LEAVE OF ABSENCE Mulllns, ' Oct. Larson Jordan, secretary of the Chamber of Commerce,- has been given a four-months .' leave of absence. Mrt. -eDnnis Cox, Jr. 4a acting sec-. . retary. . THANKSGIVING - GreevhUle, . Oct. 16 (-Furrnan University will observe Thanksglv-' ing holidays from Nov; 19 to 24. ",; NOW under-arm . 7" vr wroam uooaoranr V iafely . .e jrops f crspiranon 1 Does not rot dresses or men's shins, Dot hot irritate ikio. 2. No waiting to dry. Ctn be . used fight after shaving. ' -J. Instantly stops penpiration ' ' fot 1 to J day. Removes odoc ftora penpication. "- 4. A pure, white, ftreiietess, stainless vanishing cream. 5. Arrid has been awarded the Approval Sea! of the American' " .. loshrut of Laundering for being harm lei to febnes. Anid ie the LARGEST SCLLINO DEODORANT. Try a jar today I Mil . . ' At M mm IMa wlWtf i towasmmyomsi V SVTCZCUDS n7HES W RMMS, L ? s f a AMa KAaaV fc ' aA m ' " mF Y lwlialiMf kiMmka X IA , ' -i -S r mW Mar lneMi ma. SI f .r iK. Sj'fr ' VT V 1. OeartMiirMWeMtveadtMaV. S-v'T atTT -y,V '.?' - , . w . Irf M ha , I .Lj B ?' ,V - I x 7ir NT aV" . f if yjMowawtwaDBHEsiv: i w - y L aii curs&ttASe-VeT IJ .,11,.!' f 1 ' I 14 I Ml f WEDS JULIUS EARL GABRIEL 1 1-: MRS. JLXIt'S EAKL GABR'EL. JR. Pictured above Is Mrs. Julius Earl Gabriel,, Jr.. who was before her marriage July S, Miss Lola Mae. Reese, of - Coronaca. Mr. Gabriel is; the attractive -daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. '"Reese. -,. .. ' - ' ? ' V ' Marriages And Engagements GILLIAM-DIXON Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Gilliam of Hodges announce the engagement of their daughter, Deatrice Elizabeth ' ' - V to . :.' ' Ch'arles Marhall Dixon, ; ' ' son of Mr. and Mrs. I. V. Dixon) of Gehwodd. ' The wedding wi'i take place hundred and MISS LOLA MAE REESE MARRIES JULIUS EARL GABRIEL OF ATLANTA Miss "Lola Mae Reese of Coro naca and Julius Earl Gabriel, Jr., of Atlanta, wet e married in Laurens, July 5 in a double ring ceremony. Mrs. Gabriel is the daughter Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Reese of Coronaca. ; .. - v ' n The, bride, an attractive blonde, wore a becomingly styled outfit "of old rose withhT.h she used white accessories. She completed the .costume with a tliouldpr corsage of white rose buds. ( Mrs. Gabriel is a graduate of the ' WHY(TGn57HWH0L OM FAWIY IVASH ftWTZR AND November fifteentfi, nineieeii forty-one ' . local schools cf Coronaca and attended the providence Divlslorf cf the Catholic University in Washington, D. Cs feiie was recently employed by the Nantex Manufacturing Co. or oreenwood. Mr. Gabriel is the only son of J. E.' Gabriel. Sr. and the late Mrs, Gabriel. He attended the Georgia Tech High Schools and is now a welding engineer lrj the U. 8. Army. He is stationed at Fort McPherson, Atlanta, Ga. ' The couple will make their home at 399 Candler St.. Atlanta, Ga. Try Super Suds for real dirt-tackling power, plus perfect safety for nice rayons, smart cottons! SUDS. Tests of all popular braod KrZ Fabrics Testing Bureau and tfta United States Testing Co., America's rayon experts. IT IUC SUDS in th big blue boa today. Personals ItKTl'RXS TO GREENVILLE Mist Margaret Riddle of Greenville has returned to her home after spending several days here with her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Garrett. TO GREENVILLE Lucille Johnson, Melvln Croft and James Arnold accompanied MIhs Margaret Riddle . to Greenville Tuesday. - : TO TENXE88EE r Mr. and Mrs. Graham E. Haw- It Ins left Tuesday for Memphis, Tenn., where they will attend the national Livestock Show and Mid- South Fair. HAS OPERATION ' ' :k Gloria Wilson is doing nicely after an appendix operation yesterday In the Greenwood Hospital VISIT IN SALUDA Mr. and Mrs. John Cogburn and daughter, Myra Jean, spent Sunday In Saluda with Mr. and Mrs. Pink Bouknlght. y-' VISIT IN SALUDA ". " M. C. Smith, Mrs. T. L. Mllford and Miss" Doris Rambo spent Sunday in Saluda with Mr. and Mrs..D. H. Able. Mrs. Smith and granddaughter Sara An Mllford returned with, them after an extended visit in 8aluda. - CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY Miss Martha Jean Webb Is celebrating her birthday with a supper tonight at her home 310 Davis street. .-..'.. " ATTENDS FUNERAL Among those attending the funeral of W. D. Copeland at Clinton yesterday were Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Brice, Mrs. J. T. Cheatham, Mrs. C J. Hipp, Mrs. E. E. Martin and Mrs.. Z. p. Sprott. , VISIT HERE ' Mrs. Fred Cook and son Freddie, of Americus, Ga. are visiting her mother, Mrs. Lois Goldman. Births HASTIXGH Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Arthur llantlngs announce the birth of a daughter," Joan Marie, Oct. 7. Mrs. Reames Gives Dop-In Party This Morning Abbeville, Oct. 17. (Special)' Mrs. Dewey Blanton la here from Greensea and will spend two weeks with her mother, Mrs. Hassle Reames and Mr, and Mrs. Truman Stephens. Mrs. Reames Is entertaining a drop-in party this morning in compliment to Mrs. Blanton. Truman Reames and his family of children were here Sunday for a visit with Mrs. Reamef who Is from Greenville. " . Mrs. Joe Wilson Attends Wedding Of Miss Chalmers Abbeville. Oct. 17. (SpecUD Mrs. Joe Wilson has returned, to Abbeville after attending the marrl age of Miss Jean Chalmers and Ensign Walter Aldlne Smith, U S. N. which Interesting event took place Saturday at high noon at St. Luke's Episcopal church in Atlanta. delightful reception was held Immediately after the ceremony and the young couple will make their home in Raleigh. N. CV Miss Frances Castleberry .who spent a number of years here was maid of honor and the occasion was one of high social interest The bride was on the staff of the At lanta Journal since her graduation several years ago. Barnwell's Leave ; For Alabama To" Make Long Visit Abbeville, , Oct. 18 Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Yarbo rough, of Columbia and Mrs. Allen Reed and her small daughter Sally of Charleston spent the weekend here with Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Oreene. They were entertained at a supper during their stay. ' y Mr. and Mrs. Pat Kennedy of Spartanburg, D. ownsend and Hemphill Smith and Teague Coleman were visitors here with Mrs. M. T Coleman for Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Barnwell left this week for Alabama where they wil make an extended visit with Mr. and Mrs. Foster Barnwell, Jr. 7ITH BIRTHDAY ! Spartanburg. . Oct.- it-U-Joha Oary Evans,- governor pf South Carolina 1894,97, observed his 78th birthday yesterday. , i RE-ELECTED PRESIDENT OF U. D. C. ' ' Miss Minna McCleod of Jame.s Island, Charleston was re-elected president of the South Carolina division of the UDC at the closing session of the convention this morning at the First Baptist. hCurch. Miss McCleod Is very ill at home and was unable to attend to preside at the meeting; however she sent her official reports which were presented during, the business session. In her absence,, Miss McCleod's place was taken by Mri. Frank Dargan, first vice-president Women Urged to Prepare for Nursing Careers Columbia, Oct. 14. Calling the shortage tln nurses, a.: threat., to America's greatest resource -that of manpower? Mrs. ' vMlhnte j If. B lease. 1 rppresentlng the Health and Medical Committee of th. Federal Security Agency, reported in an Interview today on progress, recruiting and training nurs es for. national defence. , ; With Federal help through $1,-250,004 recently appropriated hy Cqngress; Mrs. B lease said that hdapltals and nursing tM-hools all over the country are already ex panding nurses' training. She. said 50.000 additional young women are heing urged to begin preparation for muring; careersr Inactive nnraee are being asked to return to actlvfr.duty for the duration of the emergency ; and course of IiihIi iicllon ar being provided to train more teachers, administrators, and supervisors. ' 'r. . The nurwing army, numbering now -some 300,000, needs to 'Increase its ranks'-upwards of 30,-000 to meet defense requirements. "Never tiefore fn our. peacetime history," said Mrs. ftlease, has America had 2,000. (ii)0 tnen under arms. F'very .-'month, more than 600 nttraes are drawn from civilian life to serv'the Army and Navy. ' ' ' ". ' "Defense lndntrlef and Army camps . are ; drawing people from one. section of the; country lo'an-other. Town that liouned . a thousand have become the homes of -tens of thousands. Theoe new citizens brlngwlth them all the health problems of the wlft-grow-ing congested areas'.'' ' Urging young women to respond to the critical nerd for nurses, Mrs. Bleaae ' emphaKi.ed the fact that they can look forward to joba that will , not end with the present emergency. , Mrs. Rleaxe was Interviewed over Radio Station WI3 In a' broadcast arranged by 4jie Office of Government Reports. DOVT WANT TO GO HOME Kannapolla. N. C. m Two teen-aged students at . Winecoff school went on a "sit-down" strike. The boys refused 1o leave the building after the principal had suspended them for a week for Infraction of school rules. School officials had to call police to dislodge them from their desk. fTIIEY KNOW NOW Hutchinson. Ka. UrV-For weeks. Alberta Hume, city engineer' clerk, listened to complaint from persons who soiled their shoes , I J 1 Hiding across uu .spread curing street repairs. The other day. Alberta and Opal Shueky r anothee-city employe, were In a hurry, and : Walked . right- across freshly oiled payment. 1 t5 LAYING ASPHALT Myrtle Beach, Oct. 16 MV-Lay-uig of asphalt on the two 4,000-foto runways of the new municipal airport is underway. . n fA VfX;1 t4,oc iTi yf . . ; ...''' ..,.;.'- - r ' , . ,. : ' i ' 1 . " ' Mrs. Patrick Of Anderson Is Veteran Red Shirter Mrs. Carrie McCully Patrick, well known newspaper woman of Anderson, proudly claims to be a "Veteran Red Shirter" and la a guest of the UDC convention, which ends" this morning. As a small girl, she cried for a ReC'Srun oecause her older brother was to wear one In the pa-rade. ' . , Not only , has Mrs Patrick been connected with the Anderson Independent for several years, but jshjHs desk Clerk in the engrosslrurdepart ment of the Oencral Assembly. : Mrs. Patrick telUrhw own story, "It happened Uvi876 that a young girl got her first impression of patriotism and polltlcsand while she war'not old enough tojtriow wat the Red Shirt campaign wa about still the impression war Indclibr; Impressed on her mjnd. -' This, was on Jthebig Hampton Day ln -Andersorrwhen the Red Shirt Brigade came swirling down from evpry section of the country. , There. &s the little girl thought were thousands, and others said so too for they went round and round the court house as fast as the horses could gallop. - Also up and down the principal streets, a day of excitement and one enjoyed by the little girl as a milestone in her life. ' , The older brother, Just a bit older, was to ride in the parade and his mother was making htm a red shirt. The little girl cried for one so the scraps were made intoone for the little girl. . . . There was Hampton on his charger, the magnificent black horse bought for iilm by the Red 8hlrt men of Anderson county. Of course he had the most prominent place in the parade. The little girl saw first the broth-cr in his red shirt riding with the officials while she, In her red shirt, had to sit on the gate post. Just because she was a girl. : Right then and there woman's rights was bum, into this little girl, as well as patriotism and politics which have stayed with her -until this present time. . The little boy was Newton Alexander McCully,' Jr,, now Admiral Mccully,and the little girl Carrier McCully' Patrick V ; v , .Mrs. Patrick's brotherAdmlral . Newton A. McCully, Vkt. Navy, Retired, who Is named as a wearer of a "Red 8hlrtai a boy, was born ln Anderson in 1867 and Is a graduate cf the Naval Academy. He ha - long smd dtetingulshecVtareer ar a naval officer afidvwas commander ofhe TJ. S. nafal forces In North' Russia, uvl918-19He has receifed manydecoratlons fof his service. He retired from active duty July 1, C. O. D. MAYBE? y St.- Joseph. Mo. (ff) County Recorder Jack Lut believe he has touhd the modern counterpart of tho old fashioned 'mother who sent thd children to the store for everything. . ' ," . He declined to' Issue a marriage license to a youngster who-, told himr .' . , , ,:,-.' ;"I want it for mother and the (ellbw she's going to marry." . 'The Wmthrop College auditorium has a seating capacity of 3,500. ' 13 to 25 Who Suffer DU011 And Need To Build ''T i Up Red Boodl I It pain and dlsbrest f Js of functional Ssl v monthly disturbance make you feel weak, dragged out, pale, cranky, nervous at such times -try Lydla Plnkham's Compound Tablet (with added Iron). 'Plnkham's Tablet not only relieve monthly pain (cramp, headache, baekache), but also help soothe nervousness due to such cause. 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