Red Bank Notes

Red Bank, April 7, – Mr. and MRs. Ira Shaeffer and son; Don, of Greenwood were weekend guest of T. M. Douglas and family.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gable and daughter, Shelby Jean, visited in Orangeburg last Sunday.

Heyward Berry of the United States Nany of Norfolk, Va., is home on furlough. Heyward is a son of Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Berry.

Visiting mr. J. C. Bailey Sunday wer Mrs. Carrie Bailey. Mrs. Natalie Ross of Columbia, Mrs. Mamie Bailey of Sumter, Leon Bailey and children of Winnsboro and Roy Bailey of Camden.

Mrs. W. S. Boozer and daughter, Joan, Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Roof of West Columbia, visited relatives and friends here last Sunday.

Ralph Andrews and son, Bobby of Columbia visitied T. M. Douglas and family recently.

Fletcher Jacobs of Blaney spent Sunday with Miss Cornelia Bailey.

Mrs. John Boozer, Sr., has been confined to her bed for several days.

Mrs. Cebe Lorick of Irmo visited relatives last week.

Miss Sally Margaret Wingard of Lexington spent Sunday with Miss Bedie Shealy.

John Harold Shealy is spending the weekend with his parents in Columbia.

The Rev. L. H. Jeffcoat, R. L. Addy and family, Miss Vera Clark, Miss Katheryn Thompson, Mrs. Annie Kyzer attended the spring conference of the Luther League which met in Graniteville last Sunday afternoon.

Mr. and Mrs. Lee Miller of West Columbia visited her grandmother, Mrs. Lula Watts in Batesburg Sunday.

Recent visitors of C. C. Rush and family, H. A. and A. P. Rush of Greenwood, Fred Rush of Lancaster and B. T. Rush of Greenwood.

1940.04.08 - Red Bank Notes
April 8, 1940  State (published as The State)  Columbia, South Carolina Page 3

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