North Columbia News

Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Owings and family and Mrs. Blair of Greenville visited Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Massey at their home on River Drive last week.

Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Singley of Blaney spent several days with Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Krantz at their home on River drive.

Mrs. W. L. Burrage and daughter, Margaret of Rocky Mount, N. C., are visiting the former’s sister-in-law Mrs. F. C. Jones at her home on Sixth street.

Miss Mary Ritchie of Johnson City, Tenn., is visiting Miss Fae Misenheimer at her home in North Columbia.

Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Dutton of Florence are spending the weekend with the former’s mother. Mrs. W. A. Dutton, at her home on Sixth street.

The friends of Mrs. De Witt Dent will be glad to know that she has completely recovered from a recent illness.

Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Comar and children of Charleston visited Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Hipp at her home on Lincoln street last week.

Mrs. T. K. Davis, T. H. Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Wells, Mrs. Amelia Wells and Miss Marjorie Davis, attended the commencement exercises of the Sumter high school last week in Sumter.

Mrs. C. L. Hipp and Miss Elizabeth Hipp are spending the weekend in Orangeburg.

Mrs. M. M. Askey of North Augusta visited Mrs. L. A. Denny at her home on Elmwood avenue last week.

Mrs. L. A. Denny and Mrs. Frank Caughman visited in Greenwood this weekend.

Mr. and Mrs. V. Shealy and family of Little Mountain visited relatives in North Columbia last week.

The Rev. Paul Wheeler and Mrs. Wheeler and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Sloan have returned from the Baptist convention held in Fort Worth, Texas.

Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Shealy, Miss Elsye Mae Shealy and Mrs. Essie Kimbell and Jack Kimbell of Atlanta, Ga., are spending the weekend in Charleston.

Jack Watson of Dillon stopped over for a short time with Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Madden on Broad River avenue, en route to Los Angeles, Calif.

Mrs. D. O. Layne and little daughter, Paula of Olar are visiting Mrs. J. W. Scharff, at her home on Columbia avenue.

MRs. J. W. Scharff and children, Jack and Jean, and Mrs. L. L. Lancaster and children, Sara, Lionel and Loyal, Jr., are spending the weekend in Charleston.

Mrs. Raymond Russell and Miss Lillian Hutcheson are spending the weekend in Milledgeville, Ga.

Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Kempson and children are visiting in Prosperity.

Miss Georgie Sweeney has returned from Asheville, N. C., where she attended a reunion of old classmates at St. Genevieve of the Pines.

Miss Marie Hadden, a teacher at Greer, is visiting her sister, Mrs. G. B. Madden, on Pope street.

Miss Lila Koester of Greenville is spending the weekend with Mrs. G. B. Madden.

Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Coleman and children are visiting the latter’s mother in Woodruff.

Mrs. Essie Kimbell and son, Jack of Atlanta, Ga., are visiting Mrs. F. M. Shealyat her home on Riverdrive.

Miss Elizabeth Shealy of Newberry is visiting Mrs. Shealy at her home on Lincoln street.

S. L. Sweeney visited in Gastonia last week.

C. D. Sexton has returned after business trip to Spartanburg, Union and Rock Hill.

Misses Sue Clark of Augusta, Ga., and Miss Kathryn Bright of Miami, Fla., are visiting Mrs. c. Huffstettler at her home on Broad River avenue.

John B. Rodgers, Jr., has returned to his home on Geiger avenue from Simpsonville.

Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Talbert, Jr., and little daughter and Mr. and Mrs. W. I. May have returned from Winnsboro, where they were guests at a birthday dinner given in honor of Mrs. Minnie Stone.

Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hamilton and son, Mrs. J. P. Broome and Mrs. George Broome and son visited in Saluda last week.

Mrs. Mack Taylor and son have returned to their home on Seventh street after a short visit in Lexington.

Mrs. R. S. Dugan and Robert, Jr., and Mrs. Lottie McCartha have returned from Ridge Spring where they attended a surprise birthday party given in honor of their father, J. M. McCartha.

Friends of Mrs. Tally Garren will regret to know that he is ill and at her home on Tenth street.

Little Carolyn Haltiwanger is ill at her home on River drive.

Mrs. H. G. Garrett and son, Donny, of Washington, D. C. are visiting relatives in North Columbia.

Friends of J. W. Fisher will be glad to know he is improving after a recent operation at the Columbia hosptial.

Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Ballard visited in Batesburg last week.

Miss Edna Whitehead of Eastover visited Mrs. Floyd Younginer’s last week.

Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Shealy of Little Mountain visited their daughter. Mrs. F. O. Kempson at her home on River drive last week.

June 3, 1934  State (published as The State)  
Columbia, South Carolina
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