North Columbia News

Guest of Mrs. T. W. Kochler at her home on Marion street are her brother, Albert Boulware of New York City, a sister, Miss Bell Boulware of Lenore, N. C., and Mrs. Rohie Vandyke and daughter, Jo Anne, of Morganton, N. C. they were called here by the illness of their mother, Mrs. Frank Coulware, who is ill at State Park. While here they will also visit another sister, Mrs. George Parish on Main street.

Mrs. Robert Derrick has returned from a visit in Augusta, Ga.

Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Lall and family spent the past weekend with relatives in Prosperity.

Miss Mary Lou Jay is spending several days at Myrtle Beach.

Mrs. Geneva McCoy of Washington, D. C., is visiting her sister, Mrs. S. C. Starr on Columbia avenue.

Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Sligh and daughters have returned from a visit in Augusta, Ga.

Mrs. E. H. Boland had as her guests recently Mrs. Paul Ross and children of Blaney, while Mr. Ross made a trip to New York.

Mrs. C. Hazel and Mrs. Sue Stewart of Lamar visited at Slights recently.

Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Smith and Daughter were recent visitors in Augusta, Ga.

Mrs. Roland Caston and Miss Verdie Mae Caston are visiting Mrs. Caston’s mother, who is ill at McBee.

Mr. and Mrs. Faye Thornton and son of Winnsboro were recent guests of Mrs. H. L. Haltiwanger on River drive.

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Garvin were called to Wagner at the death of Mr. Garvin’s sister-in-law.

Miss Elizabeth Jay is visiting in Miami, Fla.

Mr. and Mrs. Leo Shealy and children have returned from a visit in Prosperity.

H. G. Ballard spent last weekend at home.

Miss Elizabeth Shealy visited her parents at White Rock recently.

Miss Mae Belle Cunningham visited in Sumter recently.

Recent guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Sanders on River drive were Mr. and Mrs. Wylie Yonce of Johnston and Mrs. E. V. Catoe and daughters, of Ridge Spring.

Miss Gloria Edwards has returned to her home in McBeth after attending Columbia college.

Friends of Mrs. R. B. Elliott will regret to learn that she is still confined to her bed at her home on Bryan street.

Mrs. C. O. Guy entertained with a surprise birthday party at her home on River drive last week in honor of the birthday of her son, Murphy Wessinger. The color scheme of yellow was carried out in detail. Various games and contests were enjoyed by about 24 friends of the honor guest. A sweet course was served late in the evening.

June 1, 1937  Columbia Record (published as The Columbia Record)  Columbia, South Carolina
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