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Little Miss Narcie Bess Coleman
gave a delightful birthday party last
Saturday afternoonl. All sorts of
games were played and delicius ice
cream and cake were served the lit
tle guests by Misses 1ab 4 and Edith
Roe Coleman and Mary Faucette.
Mrs Kennled Dow in- Troy,
came Tuesday to visit her father,
Mr H. C. Coleman.
31iss Lucile Dye spent last week
in Columbia, and was accompanied
home by her cousins, the Misses Dye
Mr. Honer SoOtt, of Jonesville'
spent the weel-end with Mr. Joe
Mrs. J. J. Davis and little son, W.
J. were the week-end guests of Mr.
and Mrs. W. H. Davis.
Miss Kate Owings, of Columbia.
is the guest of Miss Mary Calvin this
Miss Dass, of Atlanta, is visit
ing Mrs. J. S. Coleman.
Miss Gertrude Croft, of George
town, is the guest of Miss Kathleen
Mr. Robert Coleman is undergo
ing treatment at a hospital in Char
Mr. Jack Rabb, of Fairfax, spent
the week-end with Mrs. Lottie Cole
Mrs. H. C. Faucette and little son,
Charles, of Charleston, are spending
some time with Mr. and Mrs. C. W.
Mr. H. C. Faucette was up from
Charleston for the week-end.
Miss Zubie Crowder is visiting
Miss Louise Crowder in Chester.
Miss Maggie Crowder, of Salem,
is the guest of Mrs. J. A. F. Coleman.
Little Miss Anna Glenn Coleman
and Masters David and Thad Cole
man, of Woodward, are spending a
while with their grand-father, Mr.
H. C. Coleman.
Miss Ruby Coleman and Master
Kinlough Coleman are visiting Mrs.
W. S. Blair at Strother.
Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Kittles, who
have lived in Campbell's for the past
year, have moved to their home near
Mr. G. E. Wright is at home from
the hospital in Chester, and is very
The young people gave a sur
prise party at the home of Mr.~ and
Mrs. Charlie Hill Tuesday evening.
Mr. Eugene Hill is visiting rela
tives in Cross Keys.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrews, of Shivar
'Spring, leave Saturday for their
new home in Mississippi.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Coleman, of
Jacksonville, Fla., have been the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. F.
Little Miss Julia Kate Wolling is
spending a few (lays with little Miss
(Too late for publication last week.)
Mr.yi D. R. Coleman, accompanied
byJisses Elizabeth and Glenn Cole
manl, visited the Lemmon families
Miss Rena Wilson, who has been
y riting her sister, Mrs. David Park,
Jr., has returned to her home in
Miss Marie Lemmon has returned
fu, n a visit to Chesterfield.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Lemmon and
family visited Mr. Labon Chappell,
at Lykesland. Mr. Lenmmon reports
good crops in that section of the
On Wednesday evening the young
people enjoyed an ice cream social
given by Mrs. David Park, Jr., in
honor of Miss Wilson, of White Oak.
Misses Margaret, Kathleen and
Nancey Coleman, accompanied by
Mr. James Coleman, were the week
end guests of Misses Janie and Belle
Mrs. Huggins, of Manning, is vis
iting her niece, Mrs. WV. J. Lemmon.
Some time ago we enjoyed a water
melon feast given at Hugh Milling's
in honor of Misses Coskrey, of Ashe
ville. Morgan, of Ed.gefield, and Rabb,
Misses Vera Chappell, of Harts
v'ille, and Pearl Chappell, of Cinton,
62 Broad st., (Chare-lton. S. C
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