Camden Church Officers Are Guest at Fish Fry

(Special to The Record)

CAMDEN, April 11. – The officials of the Lyttleton Street Methodist church were given a fish fry by Mr. and Mrs. B. P DeLoache. Nearly a score of the officials were present. The Rev. W. C. Ariail, pastor of the church, made a brief talk to the company, expressing the great pleasure it gave him to work with such a fine body of men.

The Rev. and Mrs. J. M. Forbis, who formerly resided at Bethune but who are now located in Great Falls, were visitors in Camden.

Frank J. Nelson, who formerly resided at Blaney but who left this county about 20 years ago to make his home in California, was a visitor in Camden Thursday. He will spend several weeks with relatives at Blaney before returning home.

Mrs. Frank B. Haynes, who accompanied her husband to Chicago, Ill., where Mr. Haynes went to take a special course preparatory to entering the ministry, toook a general course and her name appears on the list of those who will graduate. Mr. Haynes expects to complete his course next fall. They have been in Chicago for three years.

Miss Emmie Alexander has returned from a visit to Atlanta, Ga., where she went to spend Easter with Miss Margaret Jenkins, her niece.

April 12, 1931  Columbia Record (published as The Sunday Record) 
 Columbia, South Carolina
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