Waverly

J. T. Butler has returned from a short trip to Blaney.

Mrs. Charles Fleming and son, Lorick, are visiting Mrs. Wallace Lorick at Irmo.

The Ladies’ Aid society of the Methodist church held its regular meeting WEdnesday afternoon at the residence of Mrs. Bedford Ott in Shandon Annex. After the usual business had been dispensed with the hostess invited the guest into the dining room, where a tempting salad course with sweets was served. the next meeting will be held April 29 at the residence of Mrs. E. A. Lorick on Oak street.

Miss May McNich of Lancaster visited her sister, Mrs. S. E. Powell, on Gervais street during the past week.

Mrs. E. A. I. Phelps of Atlanta is spending some time with Mrs. John Thornton.

J. M. Wright of Cheraw has returned home, after a short visit to his granddaughter, Mrs. J. M. Wright, on Pendleton street.

Lloyd Wescott is spending the week-end in Savannah, the guest of his aunt, Mrs. Ernest Miscally.

Mrs. J. M. Williams is in Batesburg, visiting her mother, Mrs. A. Smith.

Mrs. J. L. Wright, Sr., of Wedgefield is spending a while with her son, J. L. Wright, Jr., on Pendleton street.

Circle No. 1 of the Tabernacle Baptist church will hold its regular meeting Monday afternoon at the residence of Mrs. W. J. Gay on Laurel street.

Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Carter of Tarboro are visiting Mrs. R. J. Bynum on Laurel street. They will visit friends and relatives in Orangeburg before returning home.

Miss Edna Lorick of Columbia college is spending the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Lorick, on Oak street.

Mr. Wood of CHester spent several days with his daughter, Mrs. A. B. Lackey, on Laurel street during the past week.

The Y. W. A. girls of the Tabernacle Baptist church represented Indians at the Jubilated which took place at the First Baptist church last Sunday afternoon. With the aid of much paint and borrowed blankets and beads they looked like “real Injuns” and received much favorable comment. There were 18 in all and they were in charge of Miss Leila McKinnon.

The revival which has been held by the Methodist at the public school building closes tonight. The services have been largely attended and those in charge regret that the meeting can not continue longer.

March 29, 1914  State (published as The State) 
 Columbia, South Carolina
News Article  Issue 8410  Page 2, 13
March 29, 1914  State (published as The State)  
Columbia, South Carolina
Death Notices  Issue 8410  Page 13

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