Eau Claire and Arden

Mrs. J. J. Hinnant gave a picnic for the class of girls in the Intermediate department of College Place Methodist Sunday school of which she is teacher last Saturday at her home on the Winnsboro road. After a pleasant hour of games, the group, composed of Virginia Grimsley, Mary Owens, Mary Frances Kletner, Mary Walker, Doris Mae Broom, Ruth Easterling, Dorothy Goldson, Marion Rogers Emily, Mildred and Jean Hinnant, with Mrs. Hinnant enjoyed a delicious picnic lunch.

Mrs. D. M. McLeod, Mrs. T. A. McGill and Mrs. C. P. Warren accompanied Mrs. E. W. Durant, secretary of the Sumter district of the Woman’s Missionary society, to Smyrna Methodist church, near Lugoff. Thursday afternoon, and assisted the women of that work in organizing a Circuit Missionary society there.

The Rev. C. D. Bessinger and Mrs. Bessinger of Enoree visited the later’s mother, Mrs. A. J. Cauthen, Thursday.

Miss Nelle Shumate returned Tuesday from her home at Summerville, Ga., where she spent the spring holidays with her parents.

Thomas McGill, after a visit to his mother, Mrs. T. A. McGill, on Colonial drive, left Monday for Charlotte, N. C. While here, he with his mother, enjoyed a trip to Charleston and the gardens.

Recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Jolly on Clarendon street were W. E. Marlow and Hallie Jolly of Mooreville, N. C.

Miss Harriet Way, a student of Duke university, Durham, N. C., who has been spending the spring vacation with her parents, the Rev. and Mrs. G. K. Way, on College drive, returned Tuesday to Duke.

Circle No. 1 has its monthly meeting at 4 o’clock Monday afternoon with Mrs. J. Roy Jones in Forest Hills.

Mrs. A. J. Cauthen and Miss Lulie Cuathen leave Sunday to spend a week in Orangeburg. While there they will be the guests of relatives and friends.

Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Ariail returned Thursday from Columbus, Ga., where they were called because the sudden death of Mr. Davidson, father-in-law of Mrs. Aaron Taylor, the former Miss Ceceia Ariail.

Mrs. J. B. Motley of Blaney was the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. C. Hoffman, on Colonial drive, Friday night.

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Leapheart and family spent Sunday with Mrs. Leaphart and family spent Sunday with Mrs. Leaphart’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Scay, at Lexington.

Miss Mattie Watts of Lugoff and Alvin Creed, student of the Citadel, were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Shaw on Colinial drive Saturday.

Miss Benie Johnson returned to her home at Tyron, N. C., Saturday after spending a few day with her sister, Mrs. E. W. Pike, on College drive.

April 7, 1935  State (published as The State)  
Columbia, South Carolina
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