Special to The State.

Abbeville. Jan. 5. – Christmas week passed quietly but pleasantly with the usual merry making. There was much informal entertaining, egg-nog parties, dinners, teas. Christmas trees and numberless family gatherings making up the social calendar of the week, New Year’s Eve, despite the cold rain, the bells rang out the old and rang in the new, while in many homes there were gay parties celebrating.

Miss Mary Hill, who spent the Christmas holidays with her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. James Hill, returned to Hamlet, North Carolina, Wednesday.

Miss Mamie Reese left Wednesday for a visit to Augusta, Georgia.

James Owen, Greenville, spent Christmas with his mother, Mrs. Lucy Owen.

Mr. and Mrs. Willie Latimer, Washington, D. C., spent the holidays with Mr. Latimer’s mother and sister, Mrs. Ella Latimer, and Miss Maggie Latimer.

Miss Sadie Magill, after spending Christmas at home, has returned to Columbia.

Frank E. Harrison is spending the holiday season in New Jersey with his sister, Mrs. Frederick G. Franklin.

Miss Elizabeth Callahan, Greenville, and Miss Mega Callahan, Blaney, spent Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Callahan and Miss Mary Callahan.

Meyer Poliakoff has returned from a visit to Chicago, where he was a delegate to a meeting of his fraternity.

Miss Julia Barnwell of the student body of St. Mary’s, Raleigh, North Carolina, spent the Christmas season at home.

Mr. and Mrs. George Cannon, who spent Christmas with their mother, Mrs. Agnes Pennal, have returned to their home in Greenville.

Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Gilmer and Miss Nancy Gilmer, Knoxville, Tenn., and Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Wilkes, Chester were guests of Mr. and MRs. R. C. Wilkes during the Christmas season.

Miss Louise Gilbert, who spent Christmas with relatives at Abbeville, has returned to her home in Greenville.

Miss Frances Jones has returned to Charlotte, North Carolina, after spending a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Jones and her aunt, Miss Nannie Seal.

January 6, 1935  State (published as The State)  
Columbia, South Carolina
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