Albert Millswood of Union visited friends here this week.

Mrs. C. W. Smith of Louiseville, Ky., is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Smith.

Mrs. Hinman is very ill at her home on Huger street.

Mrs. T. C. Nelson of Lancaster is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Smith.

Mrs. Nicholas on Whaley street is ill, after having a stroke of paralyses.

Mrs. J. O. Corn has returned home after visiting her parents at Whitmire.

Mrs. B. N. Outlaw of Blaney visited Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Arelege this week.

Mr. T. F. Waters has returned to his home at Saluda.

Mr. G. R. Beckham is visiting his daughter, Mrs. G. B. Fry at Pacolet.

Mr. Dently Shiry has moved from Gadeden street to Wilson Street on Grenby.

Misses Olive and Geneva Surnnie, Annie Floyd, May Smith, Mrs. Irene Baily and Mrs. C. R. Riddle, Messrs.

J. M. Bailey, C. R. Riddle, Charlie Surnnie, George Knox, Jewel Kelly, enjoyed a fishing trip to Hampton’s Saturday.

Mrs. Mollie Smith of Red Bank is spending the week-end with Mrs. Wood on Church street.

Mrs. Wena Kelly of College Place is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Grant.

Mr. and Mrs. Harling and children of Lexington are visiting the former’s father, Mr. F. S. Harling.

Rev. Phillips will preach at Whaley Street Methodist Church this Morning, due to the illness of the pastor, Rev. D. R. Roof.

June 4, 1916 Columbia Record (published as The Columbia Record)
Columbia, South Carolina
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