Happenings Last Week In Pacific Community

The Silver Cross circle of the Kings’ Daughter held its monthly meeting Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. R. R. Hammond at her home on Parker avenue. Assistant hostesses were Mrs. J. A Snelling and Mrs. J. W. Reynolds. Miss Julia Barnett read a passage on the theme of “Excess Baggage” and MRs. C. K. Wise lied in prayer. It was voted to discontinue the meeting for July and August. The following committee was appointed to write a history of the circle: Mrs. J. H. Sipple, chairman; Mrs. B. D. Hughes, Mrs. Muller Kreps and Miss Julia Barnett. At the conclusion of the meeting, the hostess served a delicious salad course with tea.

A well-baby clinic will be held in the nurses’ office of the Olympia grammar school at 9 o’clock Monday morning, June 14. All mothers are asked to bring their babies to this clinic. Dr. E. P. White, county health doctor, will have charge.

Charles Crenshaw of Chester is visiting Barbara Swinnie.

Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Brandon and F. J., Jr., of Slater, spent the past weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Howell.

The clas of 1930 of the Olympia high school, held a class meeting Friday night in the home economics department of the school. Kenneth Melton, president of the class presided. Plans were made to erect a flag pole base on the ground as a tribute to the school from the class, and Gilbert Barre was asked to draw the plans. Several donations were contributed. After the business, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Melton served punch and cake to the following; Paul Rogers, C. F. Mattox; Otis Tomlinson, Colie Croft, Mr. and Mrs. Lois Fraser, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Briggs, Roy Coward, Mrs. Tony Byars, Mr. Gilbert and Miss Roxie Thornton.

Heyward Clough of Fort Moultrie is visiting relatives here.

Miss Marageret Hamrick has returned to her home in Lyman.

H. D. Crosson of Leesville spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Muller Kreps at Lake Murray.

Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Ellis, Daisy and Lewis Ellis and Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Sturkie spent Sunday in Lancaster with Mrs. Dora Price.

Dobson Hamrick of Carleen, North Carolina, has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Barnett.

Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Swinnie entertained with a wiener roast WEdnesday night at Twin Lakes. Those present were; Barbara Swinnie, Charles Crenshaw, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. McLemore Harold Higgins, James Cox, Ronnie Beard, Nancy Hammond, Beatrice Cornelius, Margie Cornelius, Frances Reynolds, Winifred Shealy, Jack Rogers, Hermie Young, Mrs. D. T. Mayfield, Faye Mayfield, Nondis Mayfield, Ann Mayfield, Billy Mayfield, Margaret Smith, Hazel Eargle, N. P. Smith, Mrs. Muller Kreps, Jack Kreps, Muller Kreps, Jr., Hilda Beckham, Iris Beckham, Mrs. Lester Bonye, Billy Styles, Gene Bonye, Jeanette Hawkins, Betty Hughes, Duck Hughes, Mrs. Hermienia Hixon, Charlene Hixon, Mrs. J. O. Corn, James Corn, Anna Lea McLemore. Ann Arledge, Margie McLemore, Mrs. Tom Moody, Thomas Moody, Bill Moody, Betty Moody, Richard Smith, Hazel Smith, Jean Smith and Nick Smith, Jr.

Miss Mary Elizabeth Dixon has returned from Agnes Scott college at Decautr, Ga., and will spend the summer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Dixon.

Mrs. Wylie Ramsey entertained at a surpise shower Saturday evening in honor of Miss Katherine Jeffcoat, a bride-elect of this month. “Bugs” was played and other games were led by Mrs. Lebron Tucker. Those present were: Mrs. Powell, Nell Powell, Mrs. Boozer, Mrs. Lebron Tucker, Mrs. A. C. Arant, Mrs. Evelyn Lockney, Susie Guerry, Mrs. C. M. Arrant, Mrs. Luther Franklin, Betty Franklin, Hazel Mixon, Mrs. Barber, Mrs. M. M. Arant and Frances Arant.

Dr. J. B. Cameron, Herbert Knox and Bill Knox motored to Charleston Thursday.

Miss Grace Dreher of Greenville, Tenn., is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Dredher.

Mrs. Pearl Alexander and daughter, Betty, spent the weekend in Spartanburg.

Miss Elizabeth Bowen spent Sunday at Blaney.

Mary June Emblem of Anderson is visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Ridgeway.

Miss Winona Barber is spending the summer in Union.

Miss Velma Corbett has returned home to spend the summer with her parents, the Rev. and Mrs. R. I. Corbett. She has been a student at Limestone college at Gaffney.

The annual children’s vacation Bible school of the Whaley Street Methodist church will open at 8:30 o’clock Monday morning. Classes will be taught from beginners through intermediates.

Miss Pauline Smith left Friday for a month’s vacation at Salt Lake City, Utah.

Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Seay and daughter, Helen spent Sunday at Myrtle Beach.

D. J. Jacco, J. T. May, Roy Brown, Kenneth Webb, Jack Spigner and C. M. Lockwood motored to Galavants Ferry Tuesday to attend the funeral of Mrs. A. L. Lewis, mother of H. D. Lewis, principal of Olympia high school.

Fred Bertram is visiting at Rockingham, N. C.

Linda Lou Price of Lancaster is spending the summer with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Ellis.

Mr. and Mrs. Dock Smith and children spent last week at St. Marks, Fla.

Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Snelling are spending the weekend at Graniteville.

Mr. and Mrs. George Martin and son, George Jr., Mr and Mrs. W. T. Price spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Mundy in Augusta.

Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Darby of Winnsboro spent Tuesday here.

Nancy Smith Hamrick and Mrs. W. G. Sutherlin are spending some time in the mountains of North Carolina.

Mr. and Mrs. Nick Carter of North Carolina are visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Melton, Sr.

Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Bowers and children of Prosperity spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Claude Bedenbaugh.

The senior class of Olympia high school entertained the veterans of the Veterans’ hospital Tuesday night with their play, “The Sunbonnet Girl.”

Mrs. Jack Grant was honor guest at a lovely shower Monday evening given By Mrs. J. O. Chewning and Mrs. Lillie Scott. Prize winners in the clever contest were Mrs. Joe Williamson and Miss Lula Mae Kirkland. Punch and crackers were served to the following guest; Miss Geneva Jeffcoat, Miss Eloise Gist, Miss Lula Mae Kirkland, Mrs. Lester Paschal, Mrs. J. W. Fowler, Mrs. J. C. Langsdale, Mrs. G. W. Crim, Mrs. Lottie Kelly, Mrs. Leo Keefe, Mrs. J. L. Keefe, Mrs. Charlie Martin, Mrs. R. O. Webb, Mrs. I W. Weaver, Mrs. Clarence Mills, Miss Inez Huckabee, Mrs. C. F. Matox, Miss Willie Graham, Mrs. Otis Mills, Mrs. Walton Preister, Mrs. E. S. Lucas, Miss Evelyn Mills, Miss Lois Arledge, Mrs. Mildred Goins, Mrs. Emma Rogers, Mrs. Pearl Woods, Mrs. Colie Deese and Miss Effie Pope.

Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Boling and son, Mrs. C. D. Boling and Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Connelly motored to Winnsboro Wednesday.

Mr. and Mrs. Mallory Fraser are now at home on Duncan street and receiving the congratulations of their many friends on their recent marriage. Mrs. Fraser was the former Miss Vernie Brown, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Brown.

Miss Katie Lou Craft, who has been teaching in Gibson, N. C., is at home to spend the summer.

Miss Sunshine Adams of Jacksonville, Florida, spent last weekend with Mrs. Charles Harrison.

Miss Evelyn Carter is visiting in Baltimore, Md.

Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Corn and james, Jr.,are spending the weekend at Myrtle Beach.

Miss Mary Rogers of Lumberton, N. C., is visiting Mrs. Walker Williams.

Mrs. John Terry entertained at a birthday dinner Sunday in honor of Miss Essie Crout. Invited were: Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Crout, Mrs. Juanita Crout, Mrs. and Mrs. Clyde Crout, Wilbur Evans, Mr. and Mrs. John Terry, Roy Count, Marie Terry, Curtis Crout, Edith Crout, Mrs. Ida Reeves, Iva Crout, Faye Terry, Dorothy Christie, Roy Christis, J. E. Terry and Billy Roy Terry.

Mrs. J. R. Bigelow is spending the Summer in North Carolina.

Eloise Partin entertained a group of little folk Friday at her home on Heyward street. After many clever games fruit drinks and crackers were served to the following; Eva Jacobs, Nellie Mae Rast, Betty Pittman, Patsy Williamson, Doris Jacobs, Jean Turbyfill, Nina Sharpe, Helen Kyzer, Edith Bradwell, Shirley Partin, Charlie Martin, Ruby Barber, Dora Revels, Carl Strawbridge, Jack Yondle, James Arant, Betty Guess, Jack Jacobs, Elmore Lewis, Everett Arant, Ernestine Sullivan, Louise Chairs, Melton Kyzer, Virgil Bedenbaugh, Aretta Shealy, June Partin, Billy Lewis, Janet Jacobs, Ted Yondle, C. W. Jacobs, Delmar Bedenbaugh, Thomas Lewis, J. D. Kyzer, Mrs. Myrtle Rast and Mrs. Ida Lewis.

June 13, 1937  State (published as The State)  
Columbia, South Carolina
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