Luther Bagnal of Durham, N. C., spent last Sunday with his mother, Mrs. I. I. Bagnal, on Senate street.
Miss Julia Rose has returned home, after a visit to relatives at Lykesland.
Mrs. Emma Johnson has returned home, after spending a months visiting relatives in Georgia.
Miss Edna Lorick spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Lorick, on Oak Street, Miss Lorick is a student of Columbia college.
Arthur Marks left last week for Hartsville, where he is in the printing business with T. H. Coker.
Mrs. E. E. Ulmer is visiting her mother, Mrs. Bryan at Taft.
Mrs. A. A. Phillips has returned, after a visit to relatives and friends in Georgia.
Mrs. J. M. Parker and little daughter, Elizabeth, have returned home, after a month’s stay with relatives in Florida.
Miss Cornelia THomas has returned from a visit to Rock Hill. While there she was a visitor at Winthrop college.
Mrs. Herbert Hatchel has returned after a visit to her parents at Blaney.
Mrs. N. V. Wescott, who has been quite Ill at her home on Oak street , is convalescent.
Mrs. J. C. Campbell spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Thomas on Oak Street.
W. L. Goodwin of Spencer, N. C., was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Williams on Oak street during the past week.
Miss Jessie Killian is visiting her sister, Miss Marion Killian, at Manning.
Mrs. Robert Brockington of Rockton is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Isbell on Laurel street.
Miss Eula Harman of Lykesland was the guest of Miss Katie McKinnon during the past week.
Mrs. John Daniels of James’ Crossing was the guest of Mrs. J. M. McKinnon on Heidt street during the past week.
The Ladies’ Aid society of the Tabernacle Baptist church, circle No. 1, held its regular meeting Monday afternoon , March 9, at the residence of Mrs. Brigman on Laurel Street.
Mr. and Mrs. Carrol Bookman of Irmo were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Lorick on Oak street during the past week.
Luther Bagnal, who has been in business at Durham, N. C., for the past year, is now with the Mallard Lumber company of Greeleyville and Columbia is his headquarters. While here he is at his mother’s home on Senate street.
Mrs. R. B. Grinnan left last Monday for New York, where she will spend several months.