Great Falls Folk Enjoy Varied Activities

GREAT FALLS, Sept. 19. – Mrs. J. B. Cornwell entertained the member of the Thursday afternoon bridge club this week. Upon arrival of guests a dessert course was served after which bridge was enjoyed. The high score prize was won by Miss Elizabeth Gettys and the low score by Mrs. Joe Frances. Mrs. J. R. Sanders, a recent bride, was presented a gift by the hostess.

Among the Great Falls girls and boys entering college this fall are the following: Mrs. Sarah Williams, Doris McFadden, Evelyn Killian, Katherine Brazil, Ruth Wylie Pittman, Edith Howard and Maybel Williams at Winthrop college; Mrs. Dorothy Ford and Betty Gatlin at Columbia college; Edward Jones and Billy Jones at Clemson college; Dan Ferguson, Eugene Campbell, Thomas Lybrand, Ephraim Jackson, Albert Williams, C. E. Gatlin, Jr., and John Ferguson, at Wofford college.

Miss Adalyn Raines and Miss Sarah Ferguson of Great Falls, have taken up their duties as teachers at the Mitford school which has opened its 1941-1942 session.

Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Ferguson of Great Falls entertained at dinner on Thursday, their guests being Mrs. W. H. Barrett, Miss Mimie Raines and Mrs. Sam McCormick.

Miss Louise Keistler of Mitford is in Great Falls again this year, where she is a member of the Great Falls school faculty.

Mrs. W. H. Barnett, who has spent the summer in this section and other parts of South Carolina, has returned to her home in Jacksonville, Florida.

Mrs. Tom Raines is recuperating at the home at Great Falls of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Drenman, following an operation.

Mr. and Mrs. Sam McCormick entertained at a dinner Sunday, the guest being Mr. and Mrs. George F. McCormick of Charlotte, North Carolina; Mr. and Mrs. R. B. McDonald of Stover, and Strother Ford of Mitford.

Mrs. Frank E. Vantine, Miss Frances Ledbetter, Mrs. J. B. Ferguson, Jr., and Mrs. Elliot H. Hall, attended the music club meeting in Lancaster on Wednesday afternoon.

Mrs. T. P. Wright was hostess on Tuesday afternoon to the members of her bridge club. Tables were arranged in the living room and den for the games. Following the games the tables were spread and refreshments served. The high score prize won by Mrs. W. J. Erwin and the low score by Mrs. D. C. Robertson.

On Thursday afternoon Mrs. G. E. Wade entertain the members of the Great Falls Garden club. Following the business meeting a social hour was enjoyed during which time refreshments were served.

Billy Hugh Hall, son of Mrs. Elliot H. Hall, left this week for Charleston where he will resume his studies at the medical College there.

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Porter have returned to Sumter after visiting Mrs. Porter’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Ford.

Mrs. Margaret Gatlin has gone to Denmark where she will teach in the schools there this year.

Julian Ford, who is stationed at Fort Jackson, has been spending a week at home.

Mrs. Banks Gladden of Chester is the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. B. McFadden.

Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Ferguson, Jr., have returned from a visit to Mrs. Ferguson’s parents Dr. and Mrs. M. L. Kennedy in Spartanburg.

Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Crowder of Lancaster, who have been the guest of C. E. Reynolds and family of Great Falls, have returned to their home.

Miss Helen Phifer, who is a member of the Gastonia, North Carolina, school faculty, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Phifer of Great Falls.

Mrs. W. T. Freeman was in Charlotte this week.

J. B. Ferguson has returned to his home at Great Falls after visiting his mother, Mrs. Ella Ferguson at Winnsboro.

Miss Virginia Fewell left Tuesday for Blaney where she will teach this year.

September 19, 1941  State (published as THE COLUMBIA RECORD)  
Columbia, South Carolina
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