At The Hotels

At the Jefferson W. F. Newman, Spartanburg; Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Miller, Greenville; A. C. Lyons, Greenville; A. C. Pritchard, Charleston; Mrs. R. L. Lyons, Greenville; McGee Bamberg, Bambert: Mrs. L. B. Holstein, Edgefield; J. F. McElween, Charleston; Albert S. Fant, Belton; M. H. Coleman, South Carolina; M. C. Patten, Greenville: Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Mulbrow, Florence; Juanita Neely, Winthrop College; J. H. … Continue reading At The Hotels

“Part Time Boys” Given Instruction

Ex-School Youths, Now Farming, Meet at Camden Town. A group of “part time boys” – youths who dropped out of school fro some reason, are farming and are some reason, are farming and are between 14 and 21 years of age-met at Camden last week for a number of talks and then adjourned to nearby resort where they camped for the night. The meeting was … Continue reading “Part Time Boys” Given Instruction

Waverley News

Mrs. W. T. Henson has returned from Charlotte where she has been visiting her son and daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Henson. Mrs. Ernest Hatchell and daughter, Eleanor have returned to their home in Portsmouth, Va., after a stay with Mrs. Hatchell’s father, F. N. Jones on Oak street. Her niece and nephew, Tyler Hatchell, Jr., and Jean Hatchell, also of Portsmouth returned with her … Continue reading Waverley News

Couple in Hartsville Observe Golden Wedding

(Special to The Record) Rock Hill, S. C., September 9 – Mr. and Mrs. William Joseph Byrd, of Hartsville, celebrated their golden wedding anniversary Monday, September 1. They enjoyed a picnic dinner with your children, grandchildren and a few friends. The large oaks in front of the Byrd’s home furnished a lovely setting for a reception in the late afternoon. A perfusion of goldenrod another … Continue reading Couple in Hartsville Observe Golden Wedding

Committees For State Teachers’ Convention In Columbia Named

The state teachers convention program, the theme of which is “The Economic Situation and the Schools” and the various committees for the year’s work have been announced by H. O. Strohecker of Charleston, president of the South Carolina State Teachers’ association. Preliminary plans for the annual state teachers’ convention in Columbia, March 26, 27 and 28, were formulated at a recent meaning of association representatives … Continue reading Committees For State Teachers’ Convention In Columbia Named

Congressman’s Wife Entertained With Bridge Party at Ridgeway

RIDGEWAY, S. C., September 8. – Complementing her sister, Mrs. Allard Gasque, of Florence, and Mrs. Gasque’s house guest, Mrs. Harllee, of Washington, Mrs. J. F. Dobson delightfully entertained on Friday afternoon with four tables of bride. The rooms, where the game was played, were artistically decorated with late summer flowers from the hostess garden. The high score score prize was presented to Mrs. Armstrong … Continue reading Congressman’s Wife Entertained With Bridge Party at Ridgeway

Children’s Party Is Given At Blaney

(Special to The Record) BLANEY, S. C., September 6. – Little Kershaw Rose was the charming host at a birthday party given Wednesday afternoon by his mother, Mrs. B. K Rose, at their home in Blaney, S. C. Upon the arrival of the small guest they were presented with yellow and green caps. After playing numerous games, a contest, pinning the cabbage leaf in the … Continue reading Children’s Party Is Given At Blaney

Church Activities

Revival Near Blaney. Large crowds are attending the revival meeting being held at Union Baptist church, near Blaney, it is announced. Services are conducted at 8 o’clock each evening by the Rev. A. L. Willis. Attractive features of the meeting are the song services led by “Ed” Reynolds of Columbia, assisted by Miss Mildred Evans at the piano. It is also announced that the public … Continue reading Church Activities