Arden News

Wednesday afternoon the Arden P. T. A. met at the school building, the Rev. W. B. Garrett, pastor of Main Street Methodist church, conducted the devotional, and made an inspiring address on the three greatest institutions in the life of the child, that is the “Home,” the “School,” and “Church.” He outline the duties and responsibility of each to a very appreciative audience.

A musical program was given by the girls of the fifth and sixth grades. Louise Mooney san a vocal sol, “Believe Me of All Those Endearing Young Charms.” The sixth grade girls sang “The Minuet,” and “Granny Only Left to Me Her Old Arm Chair,” and then joined by the girls of the fifth grade they sang, “The Old Spinning Wheel” and “Carry Me Back to Old Virginia,”

During the business session which followed reports where heard and important committees were appointed by the president, Mrs. Paul Turner. The prize of one dollar was won by the larges number of parents attending the meeting.

Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Lomas entertained with a dinner Wednesday evening, for the employees of the Standard Oil company filling station at the corner of Harden and Saluda streets, at their home on Colonial drive. After diner several interesting games of carron were enjoyed. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. John Pagnet, Miss Lois McFarland, “Red” Lucius, C. C. Tate and Louis Beckha.

Marion and Kermit Horner entertained a number of their friends with a party last Thursday evening, at their home on Colonial drive. Those enjoying the affair were Misses Lucile Shealy and Elizabeth Shealy, Misses Sudie Compton and Mary Compton and Misses Hattie Wilson, Lilly Wilson and Mattie Wilson, Pete Ward, Buster Compton, Paul Turner, Arthur Hammond and Harper McIntosh.

Miss Eula Winn, superintendent of the junior department of College Place Sunday school, completed a required amount of work, with a delightful trip to the rock quarry near Winnsboro, last Friday afternoon. Those completing the work were Jimmie Owens and Mary Owens, Dorothy Goldson, Caleb Green, Mary Francis Kletner, Helen Parker, Edna Mae McElroy, Alice Davis, Louise Parker.

The Euzalian class of Eau Claire Baptist Church held its social meeting with Mrs. William Swindler, near Fairwold station last Monday evening with about 23 present.

Circle No. 6 of Eau Claire Baptist church met with Mrs. M. V. Horne, on Colonial drive Tuesday afternoon. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Maxie Richtero on March 12 instead of March 13.

Mrs. J. D. Oxner, of Leesville, Mrs. Will Rose Padgett and daughter, Dorothy, of Leesville, were guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Crout last Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Causley spent the week-end with relatives in Charlotte.

Mrs. V. O. Robinson is visiting relatives near Winston-Salem, N. C.

H. T. Stevenson has returned from a trip to Greenville and Spartanburg last Sunday and Monday.

Mrs. W. D. Daniels, of Battleboro, N. C., is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. D. Goldson.

Miss Allie Mae Boney, of Blythewood, is the guest of Miss Irene Hinson.

Mrs. B. T. Branham has returned to her home in Lugoff after a visit to Mrs. Mary Henson.

C. S. Kimbrell has returned from a trip to Raleigh, N. C.

Mrs. Effie Waites was dinner guest of Miss Marie Gentry Wednesday.

Mrs. W. B. Meetze and son, J. C. Meetze, visited Mrs. H. E. Summer in New Brookland Tuesday.

Week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Rogers were Miss Frances and John Schell, of Asheville, N. C. They were honored with a party Saturday evening by Miss Nell Rogers.

Dr. and Mrs. W. W. Weber will have as the guests this week-end Miss Blanche Hanner of Greenwood and Miss Theodosea Sproles of Batesburg.

Miss Alice Mae Mathias spent last week-end with her parent in Lexington.

Miss Syble George, of Lexington, visiting her grandmother, Mrs. J. H. Creighton, last Sunday.

William Joyner visited his daughter, Mrs. Jackson in St. Matthews, last Tuesday.

Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Koon visited her sister, Mrs. H. K. Taylor, in Florence Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Claude Carter of Greenwood and their daughter, Miss Nell Carter, a freshman at Winthrop, were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Nelson on sixth avenue.

Mrs. John Rheney and children left Wednesday for Augusta where they will visit relatives until Sunday. They were accompanied by her niece Miss Mary Georgia Rheney who has been her guest for the past week.

Bobbie Coleman of the C. C. C. camp at Blaney spent the weekend with his sister, Mrs. C. F. Dye.

Miss Alice Britton and Vera Lucas, of McBee and Eva Blume, of Blackville, are spending the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Britton.

Mrs. H. E. Bonnoitt and little daughter, Helen , have returned to their home in Darlington, after spending a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Kyzer.

March 10, 1934  Columbia Record (published as The Columbia Record)  Columbia, South Carolina
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