Robert Hammond spent last weekend the guest of Mr. and MRs. Paul Hammond in Edgefield.
Mr. and Mrs. Colie L. Hughes were the weekend guest of relatives in Orangeburg.
John B. Taylor and children. Doris and “Junior” of Rock Hill, were the guest Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. Will Hester.
Mrs. J. C. Gann of Charleston, was here for the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Jones. Betty Faye Goode returned home with her for a visit.
Jewel Shealy of Savannah, Ga., is here on a visit to her aunt, Mrs. Hughes.
The Woman’s Society of Christian Service of the Methodist Church is sponsoring a fish supper in the educational building of the church Tuesday night from 5:30 until 9 p.m.
Johnny Ford and daughter, Elizabeth of Newberry visite Mrs. W. F. Haithcock Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E Craig and daughter, Marilyn, accompanied by Miss Norma Craig of West Columbia, visited Willie and Wheeler Craig in Swansea, Tuesday.
Sunday guest of Mrs. Evelyn Griffin were Miss A. Carter and Mrs. E. B. Carter of Colonial Heights.
Maj. and Mrs. Edward Ridalch of San Diego, Calif., and New River, N. C., visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Harrill Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Rabon have visited their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Cupstid of New York City.
Miss Julia Derrenbacker and Miss Mary Ann Hook attended the P. T. A. Institute held at the University of South Carolina Wednesday.
Mrs. Mack Arnold visited relatives in Savannah, Ga., last week.
J. W. Sightler has returned home after having been ill at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Banks Sturkie in Columbia.
Douglas Bennett and Irvin Mathias visited Irvin Bennett at Daytona Beach, Florida, recently.
Mrs. L. L. Corder left Thursday for an extended visit with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Beem in Chicago, Ill.
Henry Ray, Miss Ruby Ray and Private Raymond Rand were the Sunday guest of Mr. and Mrs. Tillman Rabon and Mrs. Sallie Rabon in Bishopville.
Maxine Edwards has returned home from a visit to relatives in Lancaster.
Mrs. and Mrs. Theo Allen had as their guest Sunday, W. P. Morris of Charleston.
Miss Volenious Whiseunant has returned to her home from the Columbia Hospital were she has been under treatment for burns the past two months.
J. W. Johnson of Summterton spent several days at his home here the past week.
Miss Willie Kate Jones and Miss Josephine Atkinson of Columbia, were the dinner guest of Mrs. E. Templeton Wednesday evening.
The following member of the high school set were entertained at a party recently by Misses Mildred Moore and Lois Raines at the home of the latter: Carol Mayfield, Eva Rish, Delen Douglas, Frank Bushardt, James Stillinger, Ruby Raines, Vivian Whisennani, Doris Corley, “Butch” Moore, Jimmie Smith, Ruth Joyner, Ruth Wike, Frank Smith, Billy Norman, Roye Dean Plumer, Jack Wallace, Betty McAllen, Jonnie Mae Price, Verna Batchelor, Carol Jean Moore, Francis Harmon, Billy Wallace, BEtty Batchelor, Mice Raines, Gloria Price and Betty Bachman.
Mrs. J. E. Davis is visited Mr. and Mrs. Bay Heckle in St. Matthews, the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Shirley had as their guests Wednesday and Thursday Mrs. Jack Pittman, Sr., of Hamlet, N. C., and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pittman, Jr. of Wilmington, N. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Lingle and daughter, Rachael, are spending the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Lingle near Kershaw.
Betty Jean Sloan of Columbia, spent last week with Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Cannon.
Miss Genevieve Lindsey spent the past week in Savannah, Georgia, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lindsey, Little Eugene Lindsey returned home with her for a visit.
The Hannah Plowden Circle of the Cayce Baptist W. M. S. will meet with Mrs. T. M. Carr Monday night at 8:30.
The Ladies Aid Society of the State Street Baptist Church held its June Meeting with Mrs. W. J. Cayce at her home on Holland avenue Monday afternoon. Mrs. J. P. Butler gave the devotional and Mrs. A. K. Rucker presided over the business. Those in attendance were: Mrs. B. A. Joyner, Mrs. S. B. Bailey, Mrs. J. P. Butler, Mrs. T. M. Floyd, Mrs. A. K. Rucker, Mrs. Hoyle Dobson, Mrs. Fred Ellisor, Mrs. W. H. Johnson, Mrs. R. A. Thompson, Mrs. O. L. Lindsey, Mrs. R. H. Fulmer, Mrs. J. E. Davis, Miss Genevieve Lindsey and Mrs. J. P. Carr.
Mrs. Henry Ray, Miss Ruby Ray, Floyd Branham, and Mrs. Pierce Hamm and daughter, Shirley Ann visited Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Bowen at Blaney, Tuesday.
The Junior Girl’s auxiliary of the Cayce Baptist Church met Monday afternoon in the Sunday school plant. “Making way for Jesus” was the topic of the program which was presented by Mildred Hughes, Gene Busbee, Mary Ann Hill, Evangeline Byrd and Marjorie Spires. The leader, Mrs. C. L. Hughes gave the devotions and directed the program.
Richard Coleman left Tuesday for Baltimore, Md.
The Wheley Street Methodist Church announces the beginning of the Vacation Bible School Sunday, June 3, at 10 o’clock. The workers will be: the Rev. J. D. Kilgore, director, Beginners, Miss Clea Balington, Mrs. Delia Hill and Mrs. C. B. Perry; primaries, Mrs. J. D. Kilgore, Mrs. Ethel Sorgee and Mrs. Charles Towler; juniors, Mrs. J. W. Fowler, Mrs. T. L. Lucas and Mrs. J. E. Brown; intermediates, Miss Gladys Hyler and the Rev. Mr. Kilgore.
Mrs. Theresa Burdsal and Charles Centry of Greenville visited Miss Mae Knox recently.
Mrs. Willie Hodge and children spent last week at Wilmington and Rose Hill, N. C.
E. J. Sexton, with the Army at Breckenridge, Ky., has recently been promoted from private first class of corporal.
Mrs. William Hornsby and children of Wilmington, N. C., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. D. V. Huff.
Marvin Nelson Price of Bainbridge, Md., spent his furlough here.
Mrs. J. D. Kilgore, Mrs. J. W. Fowler and Mrs. Effie Pope attended the Children’s Workers Conference at Lander College, Greenwood last week. Mrs. Kilgore was an instructor on “Children’s Work in the Church.” Mrs. Barfield spent last week with her daughter Mrs. C. H. Swinnie.
The graduation exercises of the Olympia Kindergarten were held Friday Morning at the kindergarten. The graduates were: Nathan Benson, Jackie Grant, Tommy Keefe, Dawn Maddox, “Bucky” Melton, Marlene Murphy, Jimmy Frick, Marty Roberts, Harold Philips, “Butch” Taylor, “Weeggy” Vaughn, Betty Lou Williams, Granwood Weathersby, Given Wright and Mary Wise, Promoted to first grade were: June Mattox and Snooky Williams, Promoted in kindergarten were: Charles Arnold, Melvin Byars, Junior Cox, Paula Culclasure, Francis Davis, Bobby McMahon, Melvin Frick, Buddy Templeton and Ira Ray Walker.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Butler of Indianapolis, Ind., visited Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Floyd recently, Mrs. Butler is a sister of Mrs. Floyd.
Mrs. Buck Williams and Mrs. C. D. Boone have returned from a visit with their husband at Camp Blanding, Fla.
Gabby Elkins is reported as being much better after an illness.
Mrs. Lizzie Nunn has returned to her home after receiving treatment at Baptist Hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Allan Hatchell and Vance Hatchell of East Lumberton, N. C., visited Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Wilkerson last week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Ellison announce the birth of a daughter, May 30, at the Baptist Hospital. The little girls has been named Marden Nileen Ellison.
Mr. and Mrs. Ruch McNair and son, Jimmie of Florence, spent last week with Mr. and Mrs. J. V. McNair.
Jack McCormick of Bainbridge, Md., is spending several days with relatives here.
Miss Wilma Smith of Chester and Miss Agnes Herring of Charlotte were the weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Lucas.