Happenings Last Week In Pacific Community

The New Hill Mothers’ club held a business meeting Thursday night at the kindergarten. The officers for 1938 were elected as follows; Mrs. J. W. Lovett, president; Mrs. Drifford Beckham, vice president; Mrs. R. L. Garner, secretary; Mrs. Lethea Floyd, social chairman; Mrs. Eva Blackmon, social chairman; and Mrs. Drifford Beckham, program chairman. The following were present: Mrs. Sally Rogers, Mrs. Lethea Floyd, Mrs. E. P. Shull, Mrs. W. S. Gordon, Mrs. Fletcher Phillips, Mrs. H. H. Lumpkin, Mrs. Drifford Beckham, Mrs. Walter Aaron, Mrs. Eva Blackmon, Mrs. Albert Scott, Mrs. Grace Carter, Mrs. E. S. Lucas, Mrs. O. P. Elkins, Mrs. J. W. Lovett, Mrs. Ethel Jackson, Mrs. R. L. Garner and Mrs. Ceciel Lovett.

Mrs. J. H. Nichols is ill at her home on Parker avenue.

Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Hutchinson have as their guest Blease Hutchinson of Rockingham, N. C.

Mrs. Julia Connelly of Hendersonville, N. C., is visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Connelly.

Joe Moore has returned to Atlanta, Ga.,after a visit to his sister, Miss Emma Kate Moore, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Whitan.

Roy Hammond of Clemson College is spending this weekend at home.

Miss Katherine Furr of Budin, N. C., is the guest of her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs.L. H. Pritchard.

The Rev. and Mrs. A. B. Ferguson, Ethel and Edith Ferguson spent several days last week with friends in the community.

Friends will be glad to learn that the condition of Judith Grant, small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Grant, is much improved. She is at the Columbia hospital.

Mrs. J. W. Fowler, the Rev. and Mrs. R. O. Webb attended the John Wesley meeting in Savannah, Ga., last week.

Miss Margaret Hicks has returned to her home in Union after having made her home with Mr. and Mrs. Edward Barnes for some time.

The Granby Mother’s club met on Thursday night at the kindergarten. Miss Mamie Wells and Mrs. Clarence Mills were in charge of the games. After an hour of fun Mrs. Gladys Dairs served sandwiches and coffee to the following; Mrs. Clarence Mills, Mrs. C. F. Maddox, Miss Mamie Wells, Mrs. Jack Grant, Mrs. Edith Williamson, Mrs. Laura Denton, Mrs. Jeffcoat and Miss Jeffcoat.

Miss Vera Thomas is a patient at the Columbia hospital.

Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas announce the birth of a daughter on Wednesday, January 12, at the Columbia hospital, Mrs. Thomas was formerly Miss Sadie Sullivan.

Mrs. Clara Chandler of Charleston is visiting her sister, Mrs. Arthur Ike.

Mrs. H. P. Shipp and Miss Margaret Marshall spent Tuesday and Wednesday at Aiken.

An age party given by the class of Mrs. Janie Byars of the Olympia high school enjoyed a part at community building Wednesday night. The party was given to make money to buy pictures for their classroom. A program of games were planned by Pearl Coker, Lucile Norton and Helen Jaco on the refreshment committee were Helen Seay, Lula Mae Kelly and Lillian Franklin. Apples and oranges were served to the following; Pearl Coker, Helen Seay, Chlorie Ford, Etha Lea Easler, Patsy Doirs, Lula Mae Kelly, Nona Lucas, Frances Bedenbaugh, Lillian Franklin, Doris Farrell, Theda Wiggins, Francis Coker, Lucille Norton, Lucille Timmons, Margie Stanton, Geraldine Turbyfill, Marshall Kirkland, Ralph Floyd, Harold Roberson, Carol Bishop, Wylie Robinson and Archie Taylor.

Mrs W. F. Young underwent an operation Thursday at the Columbia hospital.

Mrs. W. M Barfield, Mrs. C. H. Swinnie, Mrs. Charles Harrison and Mrs. Aaron Howell motored to Chester Tuesday.

Miss Annaline McCrorey was called to Richburg Monday on account of the death of her father.

Mrs. Mary Jeffers of Blaney spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. F. K Jeffers.

Mrs. Mittie Hall of Salisbury, N. C., is visiting her son, F. W. Hall.

Mr. and Mrs. Quinton Shull and family of Lexington visited Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hicks recently.

Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Shull had as Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Gregory and Mr. and Mrs.Tom Buff of Lexington.

January 16, 1938  State (published as The State)  Columbia, South Carolina
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