News of the Textile World


Mr. W. M. Castine had the misfortune of falling Wednesday morning and getting hurt.

Mrs. W. A. Hallman has returned to her home in Lexington, after visiting her sisters, Mrs. R. E. Webb and Miss Sarah Hite, on Sixth street.

Mr. Leo Braswell of Lancaster is visiting his mother, Mrs. Minnie Braswell Sunday, at her home on Sixth street. He had an injured hand.

Miss Anna Bell Watts has returned to her home in Lykesland, after visiting her brother in Lykesland, after visting her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Watts, at their home on Berkley avenue.

Mrs. Julia Orton and children were the guest of Mrs. R. E. Webb and Miss Sarah Hite Tuesday at their home on Sixth street.

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

Mr. Oscar Purvis is improving after having gotten his leg broken a few weeks ago.

Miss Bertha Wood was the guest of Miss Eddie May Lucas Sunday at her home on Olympia avenue.

Mr. W. J. Purvis has returned home after visiting for some time in Chesterfield.

Mr. D. D. Darby of Newberry was the guest of his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Darby, at their home on Olympia avenue Sunday morning.

Mr. R. T. Quick is back, after spending a while in Cheraw.

Mrs. Villa Perry was the guest of her sister-in-law, Mrs. S. E. Perry at her home on Olympia Avenue

Mr. W. T. Darby has returned to his home in Newberry after visiting his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Darby, on Olympia avenue.

Mrs. Price Bryant of Saluda was the guest of his cousin, Mrs. J. A. Snelling, Monday at her home on Fourth street.

Miss Hattie Rushton will be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Taylor at their home on Fourth street.

Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Williams have moved from Sixth street to Gates street.

Miss Alma Blackmon and Mr. Arthur Nance were married Monday morning.


Misses Carrie and Bessie Crolley are spending the week with Miss Maude Bishop while their mother, Mrs. J. C. Crolley, is visiting relatives at Darlington.

Miss Maude Dent entertained a few of her friends las Saturday night at her home. Those being present were Misses Carrie and Bessie Crolly, Maude Bishop, May McQuatters, Lucy Collins and Eva Smith, Messrs. V. M. Jordon, Cleve and J. K. Smith, G. L. Hart, Albert Jarvis, Williard smtih, Elmer McNeil and W. L. Flowers.

Mr. Neil Cook of Blaney visited his family last week-end.

Mrs. Carson Neely is ill at her home on Church street.

Mrs. Lide Coleman of Palmetto visited her mother, Mrs. C. H. Arlege, last week.

Mrs. V. D. Huff of Palmetto spent the week-end with her sister, Mrs. W. M. Martin.

Mrs. J. J. Bedenbaugh has returned home, after visiting her daughter, Mrs. Vaughn, at Winnsboro.

Mrs. T. F. Waters of Saluda spent Thursday with Mr. C. H. Martin on Church street.

Miss Alice Galloway of Granbyspent the week-end with Miss Inez Galoway on Whaley street.

Mr. Will Smith has accepted the position of cloth room overseer at Red Bank, S. C.

Mr. G. R. Beckham of Fairfield visited Mr. and Mrs. Walter Martin Thursday.

Mr. Will Waters of Newberry left Saturday fro his home, after visiting his father, who is a patient at the Columbia hospital. He also visited some friends on Granby.

Mr. W. L. Flowers has moved from Granby to the Oakland mill at Newberry.

Mrs. Belle Gregory of Union is visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Thomas.

Mr. John Coon of Harold Hill visited his cousin, Mrs. Janie Boers, last week.

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Coward announces the birth of a little girl on May 16.

Mrs. Henry Trotter and Miss Ann Roof came over from Leesville Friday and brought Annie Lee and Christine Roof home.

Mr. Leo Brazil of Bath visited Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Dent Thursday.

Miss Pauline Kelly spent Sunday with MRs. Lottie Cook on Church street.

Mr.B. F. Kelly visited friends on Marion street Saturday.

Mr. I. L. Riley entertained his Sunday school class on a camping party at Trotter’s farm Friday and Saturday.

The people of Granby and Olympia are glad to know that Mr. T. E. Mitchel has announced himself a candidate for the office magistrate for Ward 5 and Olympia.

May 19, 1916 Columbia Record (published as The Columbia Record) Columbia, South Carolina Page 7

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