The program from the observance of Sunday school day at the Methodist church last Sunday was beautifully presented and quite approriate fro the occasion. Quantities of rose gladioli with asparagus plumes made a lovely setting for the pageant, which included representative from the vbarious departments, with reports of their activities. Giles Fleming, superintendent of the school, announced the number and the Rev. A. O. Abney, pastor of the church, gave a short inspirational talk at the conclusion of the program.
Mr. and Mrs. Cleve R. Smith are at home from a most delightful stay at Tybee. They also visited Savannah, where they were the guest of Mrs. Annette Cheshire.
Mrs. W. H. Tiller spent Saturday at Woodford, the guest of her aunt, Mrs. J. J. Younginer.
Miss Laura Thomas had as her guest last week Mrs. J. M. Thomas and daughter, Miss Jennie Thomas, of Waddell.
Mrs. Harry Shealy and daughters, Misses Elsie Shealy and Alda Shealy, of Lake Murray were the guest of Dr. and Mrs. T. A. Lucas last week.
Miss Mary Peele of Winthrop college is at home for the summer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Peele on Oak street. Miss Peele is a talented musician and pursuing a music course at Winthrop.
E. L. Griffith has returned from Saluda, where he visited relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Kempson and three children. Grace, Frances and James who have been the guest of Mrs. Lee Kempson on Haskell avenue have returned to their home at Batesburg.
Mrs. John Neese who has been the guest of Mrs. W. H. Tiller on Gervais street has gone to visit Mrs. J. J. Younginer at Woodford for a few days before returning to her home at Savannah.
Mrs. D. H. Mooney and children, Marguerite and D. H. Mooney, Jr., spent yesterday with Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Adams at North.
Miss Evelyn McNeil of the Blaney faculty is at home for the summer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie McNeil, on Laurel street.
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Smith of Philadelphia, Tenn., who have been visiting MR. and Mrs. Cleve R. Smith, are spending some time with other relatives before returning to their home.
Kenneth Wescott has returned from a combined business and pleasure trip to Washington.
Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Harter have returned from a stay among relatives at Fairfax.
Jesse Rhame of Bamberg is spending the weekend with his family on Oak street.
Sara Ann and Charles Tiller, Jr., have returned to their home at Lykesland after a visit with their grandmother, Mrs. W. H. Tiller, and their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hornsby.
Mrs. E. E. Ulmer, who has been in Anderson visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Ulmer and Mrs. Thomas Ulmer, is expected home tomorrow.
Dr. L. J. Brannon has returned from a stay of several days in Walhalla, where he was called on account of the illness of his mother, Mrs. E. A. Bannon.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Baker of Ausgusta were with Mrs. Baker’s mother, Mrs. L. B. Smith, on Oak street for an indefinite stay.
The many friends of F. H. Gilmore, Sr., will learn with regret of his critical illness at the Columbia hospital.