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Oscar Purvis happened with the misfortune of getting his leg broken Friday afternoon. It is hoped that he will get along all right.

Mrs. V. M. Hymond and little daughter, Lottie Bell, will leave Sunday for Lugoff, to visit the former’s brother, Mr. E. B. Barfield.

R. R. Barfield will visit his son, Mr. E. B. Barfield, in Lugoff.

Hazel, the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Kohn, is improving, after having been ill at their home on Sixth street.

Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Barfield have a little son, Willie Woodrow. He was born April 29th.

Mrs. Mary Howell, of Kershaw, is visiting her grand daughter, Mrs. Henry Ferrell, at her home on Eight.

Mabel, the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. High, is ill at their home on Berkley avenue.

Miss Annie Carraway is visiting relatives in Lake City.

Miss Anna Bell Watts, of Lykesland, is visiting her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Watts, at their home on Berkley avenue.

Mrs. H. T. Quick has returned home, after visiting her little grand daughter, May Quick in Springfield.

D. F. Short and family have moved from Ninth street to Winnsboro, where he has accepted a position as weave room overseer.

Mrs. C. A. Davis will leave this morning for Lugoff, where she will visit her brother, Mrs. E. B. Barfield.

R. M. Earnest will preach at Pine Grove Baptist church in Lugoff today.

Mrs. Melton is improving, after having been sick at her home on Ashley avenue.

GRANBY

Mrs. Madge Hughes is spending a while with her parents in Laurens.

Mr. and Mrs. James McNair spent Sunday with Mrs. McNair’s mother, Mrs. Lillie Atkinson.

Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Beckam visited their daughter, Mrs. W. M. Martin, Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Zemp of Camden visited Rev. D. R. Roof this week.

Mrs. Shiry has moved from Granby to Gadsden street.

G. H. Fairbanks left Wednesday for Hendersonville, where he will spend the summer. Mr. Fairbanks will be joined by his wife and daughter later.

The Epworth Oprhange society enjoyed a picnic Saturday morning near the Congaree River.

Miss Hattie Rushton of Johnston is a visitor here this week.

Miss Maude Bishop spent Sunday with her brother on Olympia.

Mrs. Glover, who has been visiting at the home of Mr. F. S. Harland, has gone to Johnston to visit relative.

Messrs. Cleve Smith, John Griffin were visitors here this week.

Mr. and Mrs. M. N. Ross of Blaney spent a few days with Mrs. S. A. Bishop this week.

The many friends of Mrs. D. R. Roof will be glad to hear that she is able to return home from the hospital.

Little Ruby Crossland is ill at the home of her grandmother, Mrs. Freeman, on Wilson street.

Mrs. Lyde Coleman of Palmetto visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Arllege, Wednesday.

Mrs. Maude Davis of Brooklyn spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs. P. S. Cook.

Mrs. S. A. Bishop is convalescing after being ill for some time.

Mrs. G. H. Fairbanks has resigned as superintendent of Granby mill.

Mrs. Hollie Bishop happened to the misfortune of failing and seriously hurting herself.

Mrs. Maggie Dixon spent Tuesday with Mrs. Scott on Marion street.

Mrs. Ella Monday has returned home after spending several weeks with relative in Prosperity.

Rev. D. R. Roof has been helping Rev. D. J. Farr in a meeting at Red Bank.

Mrs. Alice Wilson has returned to her home at Montgomery after spending the week with her mother, Mrs. Freeman.

Mrs. W. M. Martin spent Thursday with her sister, Mrs. V. D. Huff, on Moore’s Avenue.

Mrs. Luther Moore of Capital City visited her mother, Mrs. Rutledge, Thursday.

Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Roof of Fort Motte visited his brother, Rev. D. R. Roof, Wednesday.

Tom Finley of Charlotte, visited R. L. Floyd Saturday.

A. B. Smith has retuned from Jonesville, where he has been at work for some time.

May 7, 1916 Columbia Record (published as The Columbia Record) Columbia, South Carolina Page 13

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