Ridgeway

Special to The State.

Ridgeway, June 1. – Mr. and Mrs. J. A. DesPortes have returned from a visit to Atlanta, Buffalo, Jacksonville and White Springs.

Mr. and Mrs. Thorne Beaty of Charlotte spent several Days this week with Miss May Thomas.

Mrs. Wylie of Chester is the guest of the Rev. and Mrs. Franklin.

Mrs. Silas McMeekin of Columbia visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Tidwell, this week.

Alva Clark and James Honeycutt of Linden, N. C., visited Mrs. W. B. Kennedy this week.

Miss Jean Starnes is at home for the summer. She taught this winter in Blaney.

Misses Sarah Kennedy, Annie and Sarah Thomas are at home from their schools in Greenville, Hartsville and Shelby.

Misses Sarah Kennedy, Annie and Sarah Thomas are at home from their schools in Greenville, Hartsville and Shelby.

Mrs. R. H. Browne, Mrs. Hay and son of Port Gibson, Miss., are guest of Mrs. J. S. Edmunds.

Misses Osteen and Stokes of Hyatt Park, school attended the commencement exercises here this week.

Miss Ross of Columbia visited Miss Charlotte Edmunds a part of this week.

Wednesday afternoon Mrs. A. R. Nicholson entertained the Bridge club at its regular semi-monthly meeting. The top score prize was won by Mrs. W. H. Ruff and the consolation by Mrs. Herbert Ruff, Jr. Delightful refreshments were served. The hostess was assisted by Mrs. J. E. Parker and Mrs. Barnette.

Miss Eva Nicholson, a graduate of Converse, is at home for the holidays.

Miss Louise Harrison is at home from Great Falls for the summer months.

Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Moore attended the commencement exercises at the Carlisle school, where their son, Jennings, was a member of the graduating class.

June 2, 1929  State (published as The State)  
Columbia, South Carolina
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