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Rev 0. J. Frier, of Denmark, was
in Winnsboro last week.
Miss. Ray Matthews returned from
Miss Eizabeth Cathcart is at home
for the summer holidays.
Mr. Horace Traylor spent the past
~Pweek-end in Spartanburg.
Mr. George Mend, of Atanta, Ga.,
is spending the week in town.
Misses Elizabeth Sloan and Marion
Seigler spent Monday in Columbia
Miss Carrie Elliott and Mrs. C. F.
Elliott leave Friday for Montreat.
A ss Ella Beaty returned from
. Gafiney the latter part of the week.
Miss Sallie E. Gossett returned to
h. r home in Greenville, on Saturday.
Mrs. Richard Smart, of Atlanta,
Ga., is the guest of Mrs. R. E. Elli
Mrs. J. D. Willingham has been
visiting her sister, Mrs. Parker, in
Mrs. G. L. Bray has returned
from a visit to her brother in Atlan
Misses Etta Lee Scruggs and
-Gladys Burley are at borme from
S'1vices will be held at the Episco..
pal church Sunday morning at 11
Misses Virginia and Beck Hanahan
and Mary Seigler spent Thursday in
Miss Virginia Hlanahan returned
home Monday from Hartsville, where
she has been teaching.
TI Rev. and Mrs. 0. J. Frier
spent part of last week with Mr. and
Mrs. F. M. Gadsden.
M 2r and Mrs. Clark McCants and
Ylittle son. of Columbia, spent Sunday
Mr. znd Mrs. H. E. Matthews, of
Charlotte, N. C., spent the week-end
with Mrs. Stewart Heath.
Mrs. T. R. Spindley and children
of Montgomery, Ala., are visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reese.
Miss Kittie Lee Steele returned
home Thursday f'rom the Woman's
College at Due West.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. McCall, of
Bennettsville, were the week-end
guest5 of Mrs. Jehn Bratton.
T. K. E. McDonald, who was grad
v tcx from the University Law
Se col this week, has\ returned home.
The ladies of the Baptist church
gave a. reception on Tuesday evening
in honor of the Rev, and Mrs. 0. J.
Miss Ella Crawford Heath, of St.
Mary's College, Raleigh, arrived at
home on Saturday for the summer
Dr. and Mrs. R. G. Hamilton, Miss
Louise Hamilton and Lawrence Ham
ilton spent part of this week at Clem..
John C. Buchanan, Jr., and Moul
trie Douglas, of the University of
S iuth Carolina, are at home for the
Miss Elizabeth Sloan and her
guest, Miss Gertrude Goss, of Bos
ton, Mass., spent several days in Co..
lumbia last week.
Cap:. and Mrs. Charles Dwight,
who spent the spring months with
their son, Charles Dwight, Jr., have
returned to Winnsboro.
Mrs. Charles Douglass and her
son!, Charles Douglass, Jr., of Co
lun bia, are the guests of Misses
[izzie and Maggie Douglass.
Mrs. W. 0. Brice left on Saturday
fo- Charleston to attend the Citadel
eer n'encement, where her son. W.
'1 Frice, will be graduated next
Mrs. Huffman, of Columbus. Ohio.
is visiting her parrnts, Mr. and Mrs.
J. M. Williams. She was accompa..
nied home by her sister, Miss Kath
leen Williams, who has been spend..
,lays at his b(
s athletic stun
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Friday, 8 p. m.
MRS. RUFF ENTERTAINS.
Mrs. W. H. Ruff and Mrs. J. W.
Team charmingly entertained at a
beautiful afternoon reception on last
Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Ruff ii
Ridgeway complimentary to the mem.
bers of the Cultus Club.
"'he guests were received at the
door by the hostesses, assisted by
Miss Jennie Thomas, Mrs. J. Q. Day.
is, Mrs. LeMaster and Mrs. R. C.
Thornias, where they were ushered
into the parlors. The house looked
beautiful with its many handsoxm
potted plants and flowers. A buffet
luncheon was served in the dining
'room where a bevy of pretty young
girls saw that everybody was served,
then the ladies adjourned to the lawn
and found 'their way to the summer
house where block cream and cake
were served. The guests were al..
lowed to wander informally around
the beautiful grounds and late as..
sembled at the front of the house
where they were entertained with a
pantomine given by six lovely little
girls, whose very movements were
the poetry of motion. They looked like
veritable butterflies as they flitted
around on the lawn among the shrubs
and flowers, attired in colors of the
rainbow. They were warmly ap
Those present from Winnsboro
were Mesdames M. W. Doty, T. H.
Ketchin, -J. L. Kennerly. W. H.
Flenniken. S W Heath. W. R. El..
liott. W H. Willingrham. J. HI. Cath
cart. G. G. Maves. W. H. Macfie.
Miss Nellie oParson. Miss Louise EL~
lison, Mrs. Rat'hel Brice. Mrs*. J. E~
Coan Mrs. R. C. Gooding, Miss Lanra
McMaster and Miss Frances Creieght.
Quite a number of Ridgeway la
dies assisted the hostesses in makin'o
tha occasion a most dehtinl onre
and one lone~ to be remembered by t'te
membere ' the C'ultus Club.
CHAMRERT. ATN'S C'OTC AND)
paration at hand duri'noe the hotd
s'uomer months. Tt is almn~
to h, neeied. apd when thif tin"
comes. is werth many times its cost
'st in this Corn
ts and thrillin~
e humor runni
,June 10. 10 :
-fTHURSDAY AFTERNOON BRIDGE
Mrs. J. E. McDonald, Jr., was hos
tess to the Thursday Afternoon
Bridge Club on Thursday niorning.
There were two tables of players
present. The guests of the club were
Mesdames John Bratton, K. R. Mc
Master, J. H. Boulware, Misses An
nie Ketchin, Lilla B. Ketchin and
Mary Carlisle Elliott. The highest
seore was held by Mrs. K. R. Mc.
Master. Peach ice cream and cake
MRS. PATTON ENTERTAINS.
Mrs. G. F. Patton gave an infor
al reception Wednesday afternoon in
honor of her guests, Mrs. Richard
Smart, of Atlanta, Ga., and Mrs.
Chas. Dwight, of Charleston. About
thirty guests called during the af
ternoon. The rooms were prettily
decorated with bowls of sweet peas
and Shasta daisies. Sherbert and
wafers were served by Miss Louise
Ellison, Mrs. Joe Obear and Mrs.
TUESDAY BRIDGE CLUB.
Mrs. John Bratton was hostess to
the Tuesday Afternoon Bridge Club
this week at her country home near
Winnboro. Three tables were set
for bridge. The house was prettily
decorated with bowls of sweet peas.
The highest score for the afternoon
was a tie between Mrs. H. E. Cald..
well and Miss Floride Martin. The
ctuests of the club were: Mesdames
P. M. Dees, K. R. McMaster, Misses
Harriett Coan, Carrie Elliott. Cath
erine Ellison and Florid, Martin.
Sherbert and cake were served.
'LECTURE BY MISS GREGG.
Miss Alice Gregg, a returned mis..
sionary from China will be in Winns
borb this week, the guest of the Guild
of St. John's church.
Miss Gregg will give a very in
teresting~ and beneficial lecture at the
Episcopal church Friday afternoon at
5 o'clock. All missionary societies
of the churches of Winnsboro are
ind 20 Cts
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