N. Columbia News

Staff Sgt. and Mrs. H. T. Newell of Tampa, Fla, visited Mrs. E. S. Martin at her home on Park street.

Mrs. W. T. Martin and daughters, Ellen and Doris Johnson, visited in Pomaria Sunday.

Mrs. James Moore from Panama City, Fla, visited Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Stokes on Columbia avenue.

Miss Bernice Blackwell is visiting in Portsmouth, Va.

Mrs. J. H Fouche and children, Billy Fouche and Esther Ruth Fouche, returned Thursday after a visit to Mrs. E. G. Nichols and Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Baker at Fort Caswell, N. C.

Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Younginer of Macon, Ga., are visiting friends and relatives in Irmo and North Columbia.

Pfc. Clinton V. Spires of Maxwell Field, Ala., visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Spires, on Columbia Avenue the past Sunday.

Miss Verona Hutto visited her parents in Swansea last weekend.

“Dub” Spires, Wellie Faust and Lensey Blume spent Wednesday in Spartanburg.

John Barfield is visiting his grandmother, Mrs. J. M. Barfield, in Bishopville.

Mrs. Abbie Boykin of 2903 Clark street has gone to Harrison, N. J., to stay with her sister, Mrs. Carrie Griffen, for a while.

Miss Juanita Oltman of Columbia avenue spent a few days in Cayce.

Hall River of Chesterfield visited his friend, Edgar Geddings, Jr., on Columbia, Avenue Thursday.

Mrs. J. W. George of Prosperity and daughter, Mrs. S. S. Cannon of Newberry, spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Alcorn.

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wessenger of Wagener visited P. R. Wessenger on Florence street Saturday.

Miss Modena Weed and father, L. D. Weed, visited Irmo Wednesday.

Maude Branham is spending the weekend with her sister, Mrs. L. E. Meetze, at 2831 Clark Street.

2831 Clark St, Columbia, SC 29201
A single family home that contains 1,656 sq ft and was built in 1920.
It contains 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms.

Corp. Leonard Branham is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Branham (Daisy Sloan Branham)

J. W. Branham of Blaney is reporting to Fort Jackson, Monday.

Johnnie Meetze has returned home after spending the summer with his grandparents.

Mrs. R. E. Richardson and son, Billy Richardson, of 1100 Lancaster street and friends, Misses Hazel Banks of Columbia, Thelma Banks of Winnsboro and Elizabeth Boney of Blythewood, spent a few days at Myrtle Beach.

August 24, 1943  State (published as The State) 
Columbia, South Carolina
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