Special to The State.

Dillon, Jan. 7 – Among the Christmas parties was one given by the Young People’s department of the Methodist Sunday school on Wednesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L Cottingham.

Mrs. F. Gerald Michaux was hostess at a tea Thursday afternoon in honor of her sister-in-law, Mrs. D Marion Michaux of Atlanta, Georgia, a recent brought. The guest were received at the door by Miss Elizabeth blizzard and receiving with the hostess and guest of honor were Miss Mary Welch Carson of Kershaw, Mrs. D. M. Michaux and Mrs. P. H. Bomar of Orangeburg. They were invited in the dining room by Mrs. William McKenzie and Mrs. Vernon Coggswell and Mrs. Lesesne Richbourg received.

Mrs. J. M. Rogers and Mrs. W. A. Blizzard poured tea and were seated at each end of the beautifully appointed table.

Mrs. George Bond, Jr., entertained at a bridge party Wednesday evening in honor of her brother, Marion Michaux and his bride, who were here for the holidays. High score was won by Mrs. Marion Michaux, who was also presented with a guest prize.

Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Michaux left Monday for their home in Atlanta, Georgia, after spending two weeks here with the former’s parents, Dr. and Mrs. D. M. Michaux. Miss Rebecca Field Henslee has returned to Rochester, New York, to resume her work in the Eastman school of music, after spending the holidays here with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. S. C. Henslee.

Dr. and Mrs. Wade Stackhouse spent several days this week in Georgia and stopped in route at Clemson college for a visit to Dr. Stackhouse’s father, H. M. Stackhouse.

Miss Elizabeth Bransford accompanied her sister, Mrs. A. M. Johnston of St. George home for a visit, before returning to her school at Blaney.

Mr. and Mrs. Rowland Vaughn of Portsmouth, Virginia, recent guest of Mrs Vaughn’s mother, Mrs J. T. Whitfield.

Miss Arline Sloan of Marion was the guest of Miss Maxine Watson for the weekend.

Mrs. Hettie Anderson of Marion, Virginia, and daughter, Miss Ruth Anderson, of the Darlington school faculty were recent guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Wheeler.

Mrs. Lee Powell of Jacksonville spent the holiday with her mother, Mrs. J. B. McCutcheon, who was very ill.

Miss Ellen Wade, student nurse at Stuart Circle hospital in Richmond, Virginia, was the guest last week of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Thompson.

January 8, 1933  State (published as The State)  
Columbia, South Carolina
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