Special to The State.

Lexington, April 10. – Mr. and Mrs. David Silverman of Kingstree and Mrs. John E. Black of Spartanburg spent last week-end with Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Crout.

The Rev. Q. B. Shearouse and Mrs. Shearouse had as their Easter guests Miss Esther Shearouse of Rincon, Ga., who is a student at Summerland college, and their nephew, Edward Gnann of Stillwell, Ga., who is a student of Newberry college.

Mr. and Mrs. John Shuler and daughter of New Brookland spent last Sunday with friends here.

Miss Floy Shealy, teacher in high school in Rockingham, N. C., spent last week-end with her sister, Mrs. Harry D. Wessinger.

Miss Eula Lee Shealy of Blaney high school spent a portion of last week with her sister, Mrs. Robert E Cook.

Last Tuesday afternoon the Women’s Missionary society of St. Stephens church was entertained by Mrs. J. H. Mathias at her home. After the business session, an interesting program on India was led by Mrs. J. A. Barre.

Last Wednesday afternoon a Gold Rule Tea was given by the Women crusaders in the interest of the Near East, at the home of Mrs. B. H. Barre. A musical program was rendered by Misses Mae Boozer and Leona Steele. The Rev. A. B. Obenschain, pastor of the St. Stephen’s church and chairman of the committee, gave an interesting talk in behalf of the Near East. Hot tea and crackers were served by the appointed committee.

Mr. and Mrs. William Y. Bickette of Raleigh, N. C., are visiting at the home of their mother, Mrs. Thomas P. Meetze.

April 11, 1926  State (published as The State)  Columbia, South Carolina
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