Frank Woodruf left Thursday for New Haven, Conn., to enter Yale college and study in the School of Drama.
John Reeves left Friday for Charleston to resume his studies at the Citadel.
Jack Dewitt, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. DeWitt, who graduated at the David High school lalst year left last week to enter the N.C. State college last week in Raleigh.
Miss Annelle Thackhems of St. Matthews, Miss C. W. Reeves of Mayfield Ga., Miss Welbourne and Miss Pennick, teachers of the Shandon school , are at the the home of Mr. and mrs. Charles T. Smith.
Mrs. W. E. Jarvis has as her guests her mother, Mrs. Cathryn Harry and her three sisters, Mrs. H. A Kroger, Mrs. Louis Halnni and Miss Agness Enos of St. Louis, Mo.
Mrs. Charles Weagly has returned from the hospital after a tonsil operation, Wednesday.
Dr. and Mrs. M. C. Cheatham with their two children, Nancy Cheatham and M. C. Cheatham Jr., are leaving today to attend in Abbeville, the Golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Cheatham, parents of Dr. Cheatham.
Mrs. C. E. Boswell and little son, Charles, returned last week after visiting in Hodges, S. C.
Mrs. S. Morgan Smith of Edgefield, on her return from Hot Springs, N. C., stopped for a visit to relatives in Shandon.
Mr. andMrs. Harry Lightsey, who have been living on Holly street, have taken an apartment at Mrs. J. L. Irwins, 1002 Woodrow street.
Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Stroman spent last week end in Orangeburg.
Mrs. T. R. Hagood is at home again after visits to relatives in Virginia and Ohio.
Mrs. Wilbur Wertz has as her guest, her sister-in-law, Mrs. Crouch from Johnston, S. C.
Miss Omalee Ebaugh is at home again after spending the latter part of the summer in Baltimore.
Miss Margaret Shuler of Aiken is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Jack Edens.
Mrs. R. M. McCulloch and Mrs. J. D. Hagen were joint hostesses at five tables of bridge in honor of Mrs. Burt E Dowlby of Detroit, Tuesday evening, at the home of Mrs. Hagen on Cypress street. Garden flowers were used in the room and a salad course was served. Mrs. James L. Reid, Jr., held ladies’ high score and received a linen buffet set, James L. Reid, Jr. made the men’s high score and received a pair of silk hose. Consolation fell to Mrs. J. H. Wilson.
Those playing, besides the guest of honor, were: Mr. and Mrs. James L. Reid, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. George Milne, Mrs. W. L. Blackwell, Mr. and Mrs. James L. Reid, Jr., Mr. and Mres. E. J. DaCosta, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Huggins, Mr. and Mrs. Barber, Mrs. J. H. Wilson, Mrs. E. L. Miller, Mrs. E. E. Lent and Mrs. R. H. Berry.
The Shandon Mothers club met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. George Ropp. on Cypress street. One gues, Mrs. Conway of Asheville, was present.
The hostess served a salad course.
Dr. M. Ver Mell Huggins, who was called to Maxton, N. C., on. account of the death of a brother, D. M. Clarkson, was expected home on Monday but has been detained on account of bad conditions of the roads.
Mrs. H. C. Shirah and two children of Blaney, who have been the guest of Mrs. Tedder, are leaving Sunday.
Mrs. Burt E. Dowlby left for her home in Detroit, Wednesday, after visiting Mrs. George Milne.
Mrs. Bonham Brooks came home Thursday after a tonsil operation at the Baptist Hospital.
Mrs. W. D. Drumbeller and Mrs. Saluder were joint hostesses Thursday eveninga t the home of the former, to the Dorcas class of the Shandon Baptist church. Election of officers was held.
Mrs. Sisk was made reporter for the class. After business, Mrs. Sisk gave a reading.
Mrs. D. L. Waters was hostess at a bridge luncheon Tuesday morning at her home on High street, honoring Mrs. Jarvis, mother and sisters, Mrs. Cathryn Harry, Mrs. H. A. Kroger and Miss Louise Haennie of Dallas, Texas.
A two course luncheon was served.
Mrs. P. H. Morgan received the high score prize. Mrs. J. B. Horton cut consolation. The guests of honor were also remembered with attractive gifts.
A number of parties have been given in honor of these attractive visitors.