North Columbia News

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Smith of 4003 Park street, have as their guest the former’s niece, Miss Sara Evans, of Rossland, North Carolina.

The friends of Miss Beatrice Ralk will regret to learn that she is confined to her home on Columbia Avenue after having undergone an operation at the Baptist hospital.

James Fouche of Spartanburg is visiting his brother, H. Fouche

Miss Fred Rush is improving at her home on Tenth St. after a very serious illness.

Mrs. W. C. Swygert has returned to her home after a weeks visit to her mother in Irmo.

Miss Lucy Hennis is quite sick at the home of her son on Broad River Avenue.

Friends of P. J. Coleman, 1300 Broad River avenue, will regret to learn of his illness.

Mrs. Earl hook and children have returned to their home near Saint Augustine, Florida after an extended visit to Mrs. Hooks Mother, Mrs. Hennis on Broad River Avenue.

Miss Olive Marchant, Miss Lucretia Crum and Miss Olice Crum visited in Augusta last week.

Miss Elizabeth Warren is quite sick at her home on Broad River Avenue.

Mr. and Mrs. C. Weir have returned from their summer cottage at Folly Beach.

Misses. Wilma Horreston, Estelle Horreston and Inez Horreston are spending the weekend in Florence.

Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Dent in Mrs. Wilson have returned to their home, 1117 Richard Street, after a very pleasant vacation at Folly beach.

Mr. and Mrs. Perry Bounknight are spending the weekend in Spartanburg visiting relatives.

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Leitzsey left Monday for Cleveland, Ohio, where Mr. Leitzsey has accepted a position with the Erie Chemical company.

Miss Marie Starnes has return to her home on River Drive after a very pleasant visit to Mrs. E. T. Bowen at Blaney.

Miss Julia Starnes is visiting Ridgeway.

September 20, 1931  State (published as The State) 
 Columbia, South Carolina
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