Pacific Notes

Mrs. E. M. Bettes entertained the Silver Cross circle of King’s Daughters Wednesday afternoon at her home on Whaley street. Mrs. Curtis K. Wise was in charge of the devotional program.

Miss Margaret Marshall has recovered sufficiently from a recent operation to be taken to the home of her sister, Mrs. James Verner of Laurens street. Her many friends in this community will be glad to know of her improvement.

The Minnie McFeat Mothers club will meet Thursday evening at the Richland-Capital City kindergarten.

Mrs. Clarence Mills entertained the Granby Mother’s club Thursday evening at her home. There was fifteen members present. After the business session, games were enjoyed and refreshments were served by the hostess. During the summer months the meeting will be held at the home of members.

Mrs. Elliott Johnson was the honor guest at a pretty party given for her Friday evening.

Mrs. Janie Mae Byars entertained her Sunday school class of St. Lukes Lutheran church with a picnic and swimming party Tuesday evening at Lakeview.

Miss Evelyn Turbyfill entertained with a dance Thursday evening at Lake Murray in honor of her house guest Miss Helen Coleman. There were eighteen guests present.

The Luther League of St. Lukes Lutheran church enjoyed a picnic at Lakeview Thursday evening. The following were present; Rev. C. K. Wise, Kent Webb, Frances Wilson, Ildreada Gordon, Wilbur Warr, Algier Davis, Clarence Davis, Mrs. Annie Lee Byars, Joseph Bertram, “Josh” Bishop, Margaret Webb, R. E. Webb, Jr., Jency Knox, Doris Walters, Maurice Mixon, Hazel Mixon, Clara Stanton, Doris Bedenbaugh, Virginia Bedenbaugh, Vivian Castine, HIlda Franklin.

Miss Agness Frances Hughes is a member of the Sigma Kappa house party given at the Whaley cottage at Edisto Beach.

Mrs. Norma graves has been a patient at Columbia hosptial.

Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Ferguson of Savannah, Georgia, have been guest of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Graves this week.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Harrison, Mrs. Aaron Howell, William Howell and Ronnie Beard visited Leslie Howell at Camp Switzer, Spartanburg, Sunday.

A. D. Beard is spending a month with his aunt, Mrs. Jameson Brannon at Slater.

Billy Mayfield is visiting relatives at Lugoff.

Miss Mary June Embler of Anderson is visiting her father, George Embler.

Mrs. Alan Crosby and MRs. Sallie Lumpkin were recent visitors of relatives here.

Jack Spigner left this week for Florida where he will visit his sister, Mrs. Charles Walker.

Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Walters had as guest this week Mr. and Mrs. Zolly Glenn of Cincinnati, Ohio.

Mrs. Walter Bedenbaugh is a patient at Columbia hospital.

Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Seay, Miss Helen Seay and Miss Cleo Ritchey spent the past week-end at Isle of Palms.

Little Miss Marjorie Hilliard is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Alex Casey at Wilmington, North Carolina.

Miss. Willie Mae Bodie of Eau Claire was the guest this week of Miss Wilma Trotter.

Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Walters had as guest Sunday, Mr. and MRs. J. B. Herlong, former residents of the community.

Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Young, Henry had as week-end guest, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Bowers of Prosperity.

Bellinger Turbyfill has been confined to his home for the past week.

Betty Fowler and Frank Fowler underwent tonsil operations Thursday at the Pacific Mills medical dispensary.

Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Crensahw and children of Chester visited relatives here this week.

Mrs. J. O. Corn and son, James, are spending several weeks in North Carolina.

Mrs. Gordon Lusby and daughters, Vivian and Jean, of Detroit, Michigan, are visiting the former’s father, A. B. Smith and Mrs. Smith.

Mrs. Sam Wiles and daughter, Polly, of Richtex, visited Mrs. M. O. J. Kreps and Mr. and Mrs. Muller Kreps Thursday.

Mr. and Mrs. Judson Grant and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brant spent the past week-end at Savannah, Georgia.

Mrs. Maggie Desse and Mrs. Sue Briggs have gone to Marion, North Carolina, to spend a month.

Harry Mack of North spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Odom on Second street.

Miss Jessie Nelson of Blaney spent the past week with Miss Roxie Nelson.

Miss Doris Lake of Prosperity is spending the summer with Mr. and Mrs. J. M Odom.

M. L. Roof is ill at Columbia hospital.

J. H. Nichols and F. B. Spigner spent the past week-end at Charleston.

Miss Mamie Hart spent several days this week at Ware Shoals.

Miss Betty Hughes has returned from Florence where she visited her aunt, Mrs. Chapman.

Mrs. Norman Graves leaves Sunday for Bluffton and Savannah, Georgia, where she will spend a month with relatives.

Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Hughes and family spent Sunday at Charleston.

Mrs. Vivian Collins Corley and children of Lexington are visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Collins.

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Moody had as week-end guest Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Fry and baby of Bamberg.

Miss Nannie Simpson spent the past week in Greenville and Clinton with relatives and friends.

Mr. and Mrs. Mausel Hinson had as their guest this week, Mrs. Mike Crossland of Winnsboro.

Miss Ola Mae Moody is visiting relatives at Bamberg for a week.

The Intermediate Class of Southside Baptist Sunday school taught by Mrs. Delia Miller, was entertained with a picnic Thursday evening. Those present were Miss Margaret Sanders, Miss Julia Cook, Miss Edie Mae Taylor, Miss Marjorie Peake, Miss Mary Weathersby, Miss Ruth Jackson, Miss Estelle Dabbs and Roscoe Taylor.

J. O. Corn is spending a week at Boston, Mass., on business.

Miss Rebecca Turbyfill is a student at the summer school of the University of South Carolina.

Mrs. Viola Sutherland and her granddaughter, Miss Nancy Smith Hamrick, have returned from Asheville, North Carolina, where they visited relatives.

Mrs. Antionette Gardner spent the past week-end at Jacksonville. Florida.

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Sherard and Mrs. A. F. Sherard of Ninety-Six, have been guest of Mr. and MRs. B. D. Hughes. They came dow for the graduation of Miss Agnes Frances Hughes at the University of South Carolina and Miss Yancey Hughes from University high school.

Mrs. W. T. Coker and daughter, Sara Frances, of Charlotte, North Carolina, have been visiting the former’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Nichols this week.

June 13, 1936  Columbia Record (published as The Columbia Record)  
Columbia, South Carolina
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