Cayce, Nov. 13 – The Amand Crapps circle of the Woman’s Society of Christian Service held its November meeting WEdnesday afternoon with Mrs. A. B. Razier and MRs. F. C. Young at the home of Mrs. Razier. THe meeting was called to order by the leader and the devotional was given by Mrs. Lizzie Cayce, followed by the Lord’s prayer in unison. Mrs. B. B. McEntire gave an interesting talk on “Congo Women in a New Life,” after which the group sang “Take Time to Be Holy.” A business session was held. The minutes were read and approved and reports from various committees given. The meeting was closed with prayer by Mrs. C. N. Potts. The hostesses served sandwiches, cake and coffee to the following members: Mrs. B. B. McEntire, Mrs. Lizzie Cayce, Mrs. B. D. Harrill, Mrs. A. B. Rozier, Mrs. T. C. Young, Mrs. C. N. Potts, Mrs. Eunice Dobson and Mrs. E. M. Kirkland.
The general meeting of the Woman’s Society of Christian Service will be held Wednesday afternoon at 3:30 in the education building of the Methodist church.
Mrs. Doyle Dobson, Mrs. H. O. Hoffman, Miss Julia Derrenbacher, Mrs. Huey Aughtry, Paul Thompson Ray Thompson and Miss Genevieve Lindsey attended the BTU convention held in Blaney this week.
The Winsome class of the State Street Baptist church, Cayce, entertained at a Thanksgiving supper recently. About 35 guests were present.
The Men’s class of the State Street church, Cayce, entertained at an oyster supper Thursday night.
The Ruth Thompson circle of the State Street Baptist church held its November meeting with Miss Carolyn Johnson and Mrs. C. T. Connor as hotesses at the home of Miss Johnson on Lyles street. Mrs. S. O. Hoffman gave the devotional and Mrs. R. A. Thompson offered prayer. The business session was conducted by the president, Mrs. Connor. Those taking part on the program were: Mrs. A. P. Davis, Mrs. M. W. Ferfurson, Mrs. R. A. Thompson, Mrs. S. B. Bailey, Miss Carolyn Johnson and Mrs. S. O. Hoffman. The hostess served delicious refreshments.
Lieut. and Mrs. Raymond S. Haney celebrated one month of marriage on November 7 with a chicken dinner at their home on Clark street. Those present were: Lieut. Dale Haweson, Lieut. Waner Huffstutter and Lieut. John Galebraith.
The November meeting of the Cayce Baptist Homemakers class was held Tuesday evening at the church with Mrs. W. F. Collum, president, presiding. THe meeting was opened with prayer by Mrs. D. K. Sturkie, and the Devotional was given by Mrs. L. S. Boyd. After a short business session the group captains serve refreshments. Those present were: Mrs. Ida Redmond, Mrs. T. D. Purvis, Mrs. W. F. Collum, Mrs. Hayden Weathersbee, Mrs. D. K. Sturkie, Mrs. C. R. Vaughn, Mrs. Gary PRice, Mrs. L. S. Byrd, Mrs. H. F. Catoe, Mrs. Charlie Brown, Mrs. J. B. Howle, Mrs. Linnie Burn, Mrs. Ernest Brown, Mrs. L. S. Corder, Mrs. J. B. Batchelor, Mrs. Sallie Howell, Mrs. E. D. Shealey, Mrs. J. H. Price, and Mrs. Dan E. Peagler.
Gene Marshall spent the past week in Raleigh, N. C., attending a trainmen’s convention.
The Junior Girls’ auxiliary of the Cayce Baptist church met with Patsy Reed at her home on Holland avenue. A mission study course on “The Steward Family” was taught by Mrs. J. H. Reed, after which delicious refreshments were served by Patsy Reed, assisted by her mother, Those present were: Ethel Williams, Margaret Sightler, Jo Ann Smith, Shirley Stillinger, Hilda Sightler, Elizabeth Ann Addy, Mary Ann Hill, Rosa Lee Medders, Betty Jo Medders, Jackie Jumper, Mildred Hughes, Marjorie Spires and the leader, Mrs. Colie Hughes.
The Susan Anderson circle of the Cayce Baptist church will meet Tuesday evening at 8 o’clock at the home of Mrs. John Farmer.
Mrs. J. J. Ross of Arden visited Mr. and Mrs. George M. Kyzer and family Friday.
Miss Bobbie Harmon, Mrs. D. L. Haltiwanger and Mrs. Verle Hall and son, Gerald, spent last weekend visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Harmon in Gilbert.
Mrs. Julia Templeton spent last weekend in Savannah, Ga., visiting friends and relatives there.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M Smallen of Chattanooga, Tenn., were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Brown a few days last week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Brown were called to Chattanooga, Tenn., last week because of the serious illness of Mrs. Brown’s aunt, Mrs. S. W. Perrin.
Mrs. W. M. Dowdy of Cleveland, Tenn., is the guest of her sons-in-law and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Garris and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Brown.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Kirby have arrived from Cleveland, Ohio. Mr. Kirby will spend a few days with his foster parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Brown, before going to Camp Hays, Ohio, Mrs. Kirby will make her home here with Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Brown, while Mr. Kirby is in the service.
Billy Brown has returned here after a month’s visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Brown, in Cleveland, Ohio.
Mrs. H. E. Belch spent last weekend visiting her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Johnson, in Blaney. She also visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Mays, in Bethune.
Recent visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Belch were Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Beard of Brunswick, Ga., and Mrs. Johnny Burton of North.
J. B. Batchelor of the Charleston navy yard spent the past weekend with his family here.
Graham Hutto, apprentice seaman, of Bainbridge, Md., spent the past week here with his mother, Mrs. Roxie Hutto.
Nellie Purvis, seaman first class, of Norman, Okla., is visiting her mother, Mrs. F. D. Purvis.
Sgt. Lula L. Purvis, seaman first class, of Norman, Okla., is visiting her mother, Mrs. F. D. Purvis.
Mrs. C. L. Jeffcoat and baby, Paul Jeffcoat, have returned home from Wilmington, N. C., where they visited Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Purvis, Jr.
Mrs. O. T. Laurenti has returned to her home here after a visit to relatives and friends in Brighton, Mass.
Mrs. E. M. McCullough has returned home after a visit to Miami, Fla. While there she joined the WAVES.
Mrs. William K. Hoover and Mrs. E. M. McCullough visited in Lexington Friday.
Misses Isabella and Annie Belle Westbury of Augusta, Ga., were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. McKellar last Tuesday.
Mrs. Dan Linder and Mrs. C. H. Shufford were joint hostesses to the Larkin club at its November meeting Friday night. Mrs. T. F. VanKeuren presided over the business session, after which bingo was played. Mrs. T. F. VanKeuren and Mrs. Leila Manuel were the prize winners. Coffee, pie and candy were served to the following guests: Mrs. Wilbur Hammond, Mrs. Ben Hammond, Mrs. B. D. Harrill, Mrs. Leila Manuel, Mrs. T. F. VanKeuren, Mrs. D. E. Linder, Mrs. C. N. Potts, Mrs. David Schiumpert and daughter, Mary Helen Schiumpert.
The Louise Belle circle of the Woman’s Society of Christian Service of the Methodist church held its November meeting Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Harry Lindler with Mrs. Tom Ferrell as assistant hostess. Mrs. C. C. Byrd gave the devotional. The topic for the month was “Congo Women in New Life,” and it was presented by Mrs. Cyril Busbee. Mrs. Lindler read the minutes and a short business session was held, after which the hostesses served refreshments to the following: Mrs. Byrd, Mrs. T. C. Bachman, Mrs. Cyril Busbee, Mrs. D. E. Linder, Mrs. J. O. Culclasure, Mrs. W. S. Rikard, Mrs. A. H. Reese, Mrs. R. E. Davis, Mrs. J. A. Weaver and Mrs. C. H. McAllen.
The Susannah Wesley circle of the Woman’s Society of Christian Service of the Methodist church held its November meeting at the home of Mrs. R. T. Williams on Clark street. The meeting was presided over by the leader. The devotional was given by Mrs. W. F. Martin. The topic for the month, “Congo Women in New Life.” was presented by Mrs. Maxie Vaiden. The business discussion was held, after which refreshments were served to the following; Mrs. Alex Kyzer, Mrs. David Schumpert, Mrs. Maxie Vaiden, Mrs. John Ellisor, Mrs. Hutchinson, Mrs. Lawrence Henderson, Mrs. R. T. Williams, Mrs. Gordon, Mrs. W. F. Martin, Mrs. Gene McGuire, Mrs. I. H. Thomas, Mrs. Jack Derrenbacher, Mrs. Jack Thomas and one visitor, Mrs. Ray Howard.