Glendale Social News Column from
Spartanburg Journal -
February 26, 1931
Story furnished by Clarence
Members of the High and
Senior Epworth Leagues of the Methodist Church here attended the
monthly meeting of the League at the Whitney Methodist Church Monday
The people of this place and
community were saddened by the death Tuesday night of Mrs. Nettie Mae
Quinn. Mrs. Quinn was the wife of W.H. Quinn.
The friends of V. A.
Blackwell will be glad to know he is regaining the use of his right arm
which was badly sprained two weeks ago.
Mrs. Susie Ross has
returned from a visit to her sister, Mrs. W. E. Murray at Mauldin, S.
Mr. J. E. Black who has been
ill at his home for the past week, does not show improvement.
Mrs. A. M. Henderson and Miss
Mary Lockman of Converse spent Sunday with the formers mother and
daughter, Mrs. Susan Sutton and Miss Eula Mae Henderson.
Mrs. H. C. Smith and children of Spartanburg recently visited her
sisiter, Mrs. Albert Crocker.
Mrs. E. L. Glass and little
son Edward of Spartanburg, visited her sisiter, Mrs. J. R. Reaves,
Mrs. Laura Ammons was called
to Lyman Sunday, her daughter, Mrs. D. E. Fowler being very ill.
Mrs. Vester Lindsey and
little son Hilton have been real sick with the flu but are able to be
The friends of Mrs. Ethel
Turner, who has been ill for two weeks are glad that she is able to be
Mrs. Alice Gossette spent the
weekend with relatives in Converse, S. C.
Mrs. J.F. Solesby has
returned from a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Z.C. Halford at Inman and Mr. and
Mrs. J.W. Halford at Duncan.
Mr. and Mrs. George Messer of
Whitney spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Narvil Nichols.
The Rev. W. D. Carroll of
Central and the Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Miller of Spartanburg visited Mr.
and Mrs. J. E. Black, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. L J.
Messer, who have been visiting their son, J.F. Messer, left Monday for
Mr. and Mrs. V. B. Lindsey of
Caroleen, N. C. visited Mrs. Mary and Miss. Lillie Darracott
Miss. Myrtle Ammons was the
weekend guest of her sister, Mrs. D. F. Fowler and family at Lyman.
R. W. Holt visited relatives at Greenville last Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
Messer and son and Mrs. T. M. Westbrook were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Troy Reaves at Drayton Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Reaves
spent Sunday night with Mr. and Mrs. Erskine at Inman.
Mr. J. W. Murph of Whitestone
visited relatives here at Glendale Saturday.
Miss. Nell Reaves, Miss Nellene Morris and Messrs. Herman Corn and
Dever Martin visited Mr. and Mrs. Walter Webb at Cross Anchor
Miss. Helen Coates spent
Friday night with her cousin, Miss Icens Coates at Converse.
Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Bagwell
and Children and Mrs. W. F. Rogers visited relatives in Honea
Mr. and Mrs. H. M.
Branch and little grandson, James Steven of Clifton visited Mrs. J. S.
Crocker and Miss Mallie Brown Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Byars of
Drayton visited the latter’s mother and brother, Mrs. Z.M. Blackwell
and Mr. V. A. Blackwell, Sunday.
Mrs. J. O Hellams left
Wednesday for Greenville, her mother, Mrs. H. E. Gault, being very ill
at the home of her daughter, Mrs. F. C. Ledbetter.
Mrs. Mary Ellen Black of
Spartanburg visited her brother, J. E. Black and family Monday.
Miss. Ruby Solesby and Miss
Willie Lee Thomas spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Troy Reece in
Mr. and Mrs. Erskine Ammons of Inman spent the latter part of the week
with relatives here.
Mrs. J. R. Reaves is ill at
her home here.
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