Socials Visitors Entertain Folk of Winnsboro Mills

WINNSBORO MILLS, May 1. – The Royal Mother’s club No. 2 met on Friday evening at the home of Mrs. Edith Cooper. The members then went to Thornton’s hotel and enjoyed a chicken supper. The club will meet next week with Mrs. Lucille Jeffers.

The Business Girl’s club met on Tuesday evening at the home of Miss Evelyne Leviner.

A surprise birthday party was given Miss Anita McLendon at the home of her sister, Mrs. Madison Dukes on Saturday Evening.

Miss Robbie Lou Summers entertained at a party Saturday evening in honor of her recent birthday.

Pvt. Alton Edenfield of Fort Jackson spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. David Edenfield.

Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Grooms and family visited his sister, Mrs. Robert McGinnis in Kannapolis, N. C., on Sunday.

Cpl. Harold Wright and Pfc. David Reece of Fort Jackson spent the weekend in Winnsboro.

Sam Gunter and Miss Maude McCants of Gastonia, N. C., visited Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Cherry and family on Sunday.

Sgt. Ray Almond of Fort Jackson was a visitor here, Saturday evening.

Brooks Sandifer and Buddie Lee Fagan spent the weekend in Darlington.

Billy Woods has received an honorable discharge from the U. S. Navy.

Gordon Dominy and Clark McDonald visited the former’s father, Homer Doming in the Baptist hospital on Saturday.

Mrs. Gertrude Cooper of Mobile, Ala., is now visiting her mother, Mrs. Jenny Cooper.

Charles Dominy spent the weekend in Columbia with his aunt.

Mrs. Milton Cail and family and Mrs. Wilson Hipp visited Mrs. G. H. McCain in McCormick and George Leverett in Lincolnton, Ga., Sunday.

Staff Sgt. W. J. Flanders of Fort Jackson and Miss Gladys Hames were visitors to Sesqui-Centennial park in Columbia Sunday afternoon.

Mr. and Mrs. Sol Mincey of Camden spent the weekend with relatives here.

Misses Evelyn Leviner, Lois and Mildred Piyler were visitors to Columbia Saturday  evening.

Staff Sgt. Clinton Jones visited  friends here during the weekend.

Mr. and Mrs. Otis Pullens of Columbia visited Mr. and Mrs. P. O. Pullens on Sunday.

Mrs. Stella Bass and son, George, Visited her mother in Columbia Sunday.

Mrs. Ola Robson of Blaney is visiting her children in Winnsboro this week.

Mr. and Mrs. Odell Helma and family and Drifford Helms of Gastonia, N. C., were visitors to Winnsboro on Saturday evening.

Mr. and MRs. L. C. Smith and sons visited Mrs. Sallie Sawyer in Blythewood Sunday Evening.

Mrs. Ola McLendon and family and Mr. and Mrs. Jessie McLendon went to Rutherfordton, N. C., Sunday to visit the Rev. and MRs. S. M. Hargett.

Mrs. Lizzie Sharpe and Bernice Sharpe have returned to Columbia after spending several days with relatives here.

Pvt. Mae Benton of Fort Bragg, N. C., recently spent a ten-day furlough with his uncle, W. P. Wilkerson and family.

Mr. and Mrs. Harriet Hipp of Charlotte, N. C., were guest of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Hipp, last Sunday.

Miss Nancy Floyd spent the weekend in Columbia with her mother, Mrs. Connie Floyd.

Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Tanner and family of Georgetown spent the weekend with relatives here.

Pvt. Louis Marco of Fort Jackson was a visitor here on Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Willie Enice and family and Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Ealoe and family visited Mr. and Mrs.  Charlie Ealoe in Ninety-Six recently.

Pvt. Luther Morris of Fort Jackson was a visitor to MRs. Myrtle Terry and family Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Banks Darby and son, Jack, of Lancaster, visited Mr. and Mrs. Fred Neeley and family on Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Slater, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. D. A Slater, Jr. and Roy Pallen visited the Rev. Hugh L Slater at the Baptist hospital Sunday.

Rev. E. N. Gunter attended an all-day rally at the Church of the Nazarene in Rock Hill Saturday.

Coolidge Robbins is now visiting relatives in Chester.

Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Haigler of Lancaster spent the weekend with her parents, MR. and Mrs. I. R. Moseley.

Pvt. Bill Collins visited relatives and friends here during the weekend.

Eddie Durden of Millens, Ga., visited relatives in Winnsboro last week.

Misses Dorothy Haygood and Pauline Williams visited Paul Williams at the Veteran’s hospital in Columbia Sunday.

1942.05.01 - Socials Visitors Entertain Folk of Winnsboro Mills
May 1, 1942 Columbia Record (published as The Columbia Record) Columbia, South Carolina Page 14

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