Waverley Notes

Mr. and Mrs. Burton Robinson and young son, D. W. Robinson, 3rd, of New York are visiting Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Robinson, Sr., on Taylor street. After a two-week stay the Robinsons are leaving for Raleigh, where they will make their home.

Miss Evelyn McNeil is at home for the summer from Blaney, where she has taught during the past winter.

Mr. and Mrs. Ross Rivers and Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Gunter have returned from a motor trip to Richmond, where they were guests of firends.

Misses Gladys Webb, Frances Lucas, Mary Gilmore, Agnes Geiger and Mildred Brown leave today for Greenwood, where they will attend the training school for young people to be conducted at Lander College. Michael Barton and Marion Gilmore, who will motor the group to Greenwood, will spend today.

Mrs. Velma Poteat and father, Cleveland Poteat, spent several days last week with Mrs. D. H. Mooney.

Miss Maybeth Wood is spending the weekend in Newberry with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Wood.

Miss Laura Thomas had as her guest last week Mrs. Creighton Skinner, and daughter, Gidelle Skinner, Miss Janie Skinner, T. E. McLeod of Bishopville and Mrs. Mittie Skinner of Hartsville.

D. A. Campbell and John Hartley with his son, Julian, motored from Ruby and were the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Rivers on the Two Notch road.

Misses Vera and Jennie Thomas of Dentsville, who had been visiting Miss Margaret Miscally on Oak street, have returned home.

The Rev. and Mrs. O. M. Abney are home from a two week’s vacation spent in North Carolina.

W. P. Ouzts spent several days last week in Greenwood, the guest of his sister, Mrs. Sam Mays.

Mrs. Silas Griffin, deputy grand president of the Southern division of the Order of the Railway Conductors, with Mrs. V. Z. Burke, Mrs. W. P. Ouzts, were among those spending several days in Ashville last week attending the convention of the Carolinas.

Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Griffith and daughter, Miss Ona, are in Saluda the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Griffith.

Mrs. St. Pierre Heron, who has been the guest of Mrs. C. R. Holcombe and Mrs. W. P. Ouzts, has returned to her home at Lockhart.

Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Smith and Fred Smith have gone on a motor trip to Cocca, Fla., where they will spend two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith.

Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Stone and young son, Jack, left last week for Orangeburg, where they will make their home.

Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Smith left by automobile Saturday for Cheraw, where they will be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Lyles. Later they will motor to Rockingham to spend some time with Mr. and Mrs. Hampton Lyles.

June 5, 1932  State (published as The State)  
Columbia, South Carolina
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