Waverley

Miss Lessie Tiller entertained the members of her Sunday School class Friday afternoon with a most enjoyable party at her home on Gervais Street. As the class is composed of boys, each member was given the privilege of inviting one person and without exception the invited guests were all girls. The color scheme of pink and green was artistically carried out in the decoration of the room with ferns and other potted plants and streamers of pink and green crate. In an original contest, “Things in Our School Room,” the boys prize, a book of rhymes was won by Andrew Roberts, and Ruth Jordan drew the girls prize, a box of candy. Miss Cara MCartha served punch in the hall and pink ice cream with a variety of cakes were served in the dining room from a long table, attractive with crocheted mats in a big silver dish of roses and ferns. Miss Lucile Jones and Miss McCartha assisted the hostess in entertaining the guest. Team members of the class present were: William Swinder, Robert Quattlebaum, Harry Ulmer, William Platt, John Killan, Andrew Roberts, Normal Walker, Lawrence Isbell. Those invited were, Lillian Byrum, Thelma Walker, Francena Barfield, Helen Dixon, Evelyn McNeil, Ruth Jordan, Marie Fallen, Sara Isbell and Cora Patrick.

Miss Isabel Grinnan gave a party Friday afternoon for her Sunday school class at her home on Haskell Avenue. Games were played and refreshments were served by the hostess, assisted by Mrs. William Harrison.

The Ladies’ Aid society of Woodrow Memorial church held its first meeting of the fall last week with Mrs. Richard Marx, Sr., on Oak street. Plans were discussed for the winter and the new officers were elected, as follows; Mrs. William Harrison, president: Mrs. Isabel Grinnan, vice president, and Mrs. D. W. Robinson, secretary and treasurer. Refreshments were serve. The next meeting will be held with Mrs. Silas Griffin on the afternoon of the second Tuesday in November at her home, 919 Oak street.

This Sally Lorick of Irmo is spending the weekend with her sister, Mrs. Clyde Fleming.

W. C. Butler of Blaney is the guest of Rivers Kelley on Washington street for a ten day’s visit.

Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Husbands and little daughter have gone to Lancaster for a week’s stay with Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McNinch.

Mrs. Robert Lorick is at home from Irmo, where she has been visiting Mrs. Wade Swygert for the past two weeks.

Mrs. Marie Fleming has gone to Largo, Florida, to spend the winter with Miss Ellen Hunter.

Eugene Winn of Greenville is spending a while with Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Morrison.

Miss Ola Summers has returned to Newberry, after a stay of several days with Mrs. Ava Jackson on Hampton street.

The Parent-Teacher’s association of the Waverly school held its first meeting Thursday afternoon in the school chapel. Mrs. C. FitzSimons and Mrs. Dick gave short talks and Mrs. D. W. Robinson, Mrs. E. A Lorick and Mrs. Rosa Seawright were appointed to meet with the central committee in regards to motion pictures. Punch and cake were served by the girls of the seventh grade. The regular meeting will be held Tuesday afternoon, October 12, at 4 o’clock, when officers for the coming year will be elected. All parents and those interested are invited to join the association.

Mrs. Eva Jackson has as her guest Mrs. W. Y Hinnant of Ridgeway wand son, W. W. Hinnant of Norfolk, and Mrs. E. D. McLeod of Deland, Fla.

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Geddings have returned from their bridal trip to Asheville and a most delightful stay with the groom’s relatives at Pinewood. For the present they are with Mrs. Lula Merchant at 1330 Washington street.

October 10, 1915  State (published as The State)  
Columbia, South Carolina
News Article  Issue 8976  Page 23

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