Irving Southworth of Andoors, Mass., has been a welcome visitor in this community for several days of the outgoing week.
The Kindergarten teachers entertained the mothers of their little pupils Friday evening at the Community building. The girls’ lobby was attractive with decorations of pink roses. The many mothers present laid off their years and cares and took part in youthful games with ardent spirit. There was a delightful musical program and dainty refreshments. The hostesses of this party were: Mrs. Janie Rice Bigelow, Miss Mabel Mura, Miss Allie Cobb and Miss Maybelle Turbyfill.
The young people of the Luther league of St. Luke’s church enjoyed a moonlight ride to Matthias’ pond Tuesday evening with a supper served by star light. Mrs. James Gardner chaperoned the party.
Miss Essie Anderson of Timmonsville, the teacher from Lyman, who was so seriously injured in an automobile wreck on her way to the teachers’ convention some six weeks ago, has been dismissed from the hospital and is recuperating as the house guest of Mrs. C. D. Boling.
Revival at Broadway.
At the revival services at Broadway Baptist church the Rev. A. Hartley, pastor, almost nightly the church is crowded to its full capacity. The Rev. J. D. Harrison of Blaney is conducting the meeting and is preaching in forceful and convincing manner. The meeting will continue through Sunday evening.
Mrs. Annie Gruber of 3 Marion street sustained a broken arm and other slight injuries in a fall.
The Missionary society of St. Luke’s church gave a party at the parsonage Friday evening. The guests were entertained with games, humorous readings by Mrs. F. A. Lovelock of Lynchburg, Va., and Harold Clarke of Columbia, and a refreshment course at the end of the evening.
Mrs. Charles Bowling with her little son and aunt, on tour rom Winnsboro to Atlanta, stopped over in Columbia for a night with the parents of her husband, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Boling.
Mrs. J. B. Pervis and J. B. Pervis, Jr., of Marietta, Ohio, have been visiting at the home of Mrs. Carson A. Rogers on Huger Street.
The Pacific mill community will participate, as usual, in the national baby week health conference. Babies from one month to two years of age will be examined by expert physicians and specialists at the medical dispensary Wednesday and Thursday afternoons.
Mrs. Nichols and Miss Gerry, community nurses, in their preliminary canvass have already lined up 160 babies within the age limit.
In the actual conference work these nurses will be assisted by several city nurses. The King’s Daughters will receive and entertain the mothers and visitors and add a social feature to the occasion.
Mr. and Mrs. Harbert Riley returned yesterday to Charlotte after a visit to the latter’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Pace, on north Main street. They were accompanied home by Mrs. W. A. Johnson, who will visit them for a week or ten days.
Plan for Baby Conference.
Mrs. C. D. Boling asks that the King’s Daughters meet at the medical dispensary tomorrow afternoon at 3 o’clock to plan details for baby conference.
Back to Alabama.
Mrs. Harry Byron Reynolds has returned to her home in Birmingham after visiting relatives in Columbia.