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Party Given Bishopville Guest

Miss Eda Faye Kelly entertained a number of friends at her home on East Taylor street Friday evening in honor of Miss Mary Stuckey of Bishopville. Outdoor games were played, and in an interesting contest the prize was given to Miss Dida Rose and Harry Dixon while the “booby” went to Miss Cora Alice Harmon and Norman Rose, Music was furnished throughout the evening by Eda Faye Kelly, at the piano, and Ruby Kelly on the ukulele.

Those enjoying Miss Kelly’s hospitality were: Mary Stuckey, Cora Alice Harmon, of Lykesland, Mildred Evans of Blaney, Dida Rose, Sarah Kelly, Dezma Monroe, Mae Hutchinson, Etta Percival and Ganelle Percival, Sadie Spivey, Allie Rose and Lena Rose, Lelye Rose and Cleye Rose, Ruby Kelly and Luther Black of Florida, Fred Cobb. Leonard Geiger, Edward Reynolds, Jodie Daniels, and Brooks Reese of Lykesland, Pamer Morgan, Reginald Harrison, Otis McKinnon, Sidney Belue, Carl Witzel, “Buck” Ward of Lake City. Leslie Koon, Harry Dixon and Robert Gilmore of Lykesland, Marion Spivey, J. T. Rose, Norman Rose of Blaney, Mr. Stevens, and Derieux Kelly.

Those assisting in serving were: Mesdames Minnie Gilmore, B. D. Cain, D Kelly and P. W. Morgan.

August 15, 1926  Columbia Record (published as The Sunday Record)  Columbia, South Carolina
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