September 26, 1946 THE SLATER NEWS PAGE 3
GOINGS-ON---- IN WEAVE ROOMS
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Freeman and children, of Westminster, spent last Sunday wth Mr. and Mrs. Turner Jones.
Amber Stroud attended a supper at the home of Rev. B. Lester Huff on Saturday night.
C.L. Francis honored his daughter, Gail,with a birthday party Septemebr 4. C.L. celebrated his birthday on September 9.
Edna Chandler visited in the home of Mrs. Beulah Bowman, of Greenville, recently.
Susan Surrat spent the week-end in Columbia, S.C.
Hazel Buchanan celebrated her 21st birthday on Tuesday, September 10.
We are sorry to learn that Hazel Buchanan's siter, Lucinda, has been confined to bed with rheumatic fever.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Burnette and family were the week-end guests of Mrs.Burnette's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Cox.
Mrs. Billie Lathan was a business visitor in Greenville Saturday.
Mrs. Effie Johnson was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. R.E. Jons of Greenville last Sunday.
Pfe. Thurmond Pace, of Camp Gordon, Ga., is spending a fifteen-day furlough at home with his wife, Mrs. Dorothy Pace, and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Page.
Mr. and Mrs. Norwood Bridges and daughter were the week-end guests of Mr. Bridges' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bridges.
Edna Chandler was honered with a birthday dinner at her home on Sunday, September 8.
Mrs. Ruth Tredor and son, Ronald, of Augusta, Ga., and Mrs. Vola Duncan and daughters, Doris and Frances, of Greenville, were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. T.R. Chandler and family.
Mrs. Effie Johnson and children spent the week-end with relatives in Shelby.
Mr. and Mrs. O.T. Hopkins had as their week-end guest, Mr. Hopkins' father, Mr. James B. Hopkins, of Laurens.
Pfe. and Mrs. Thurmond Pace, and Mrs. Ida Pace spent the week-end with relatives in Asheville.
Employees of Job No. 2 miss Frances Ducan very much as a battery hand.
Mr. and Mrs. Ollis Ward visited friends in North Carolina recently.
Mr. and Mrs. L.V. Ducan and family and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Duncan and family spent last week-end in Greenwood.
Mr. and Mrs. Ollis Ward and daughter and Mr. David Tolley and son spent a few days recently in Jonesboro, Tenn.
Supervisory Staff (con't. from page 1, col. 2)
charge from service, Mr. Winstead returned to his work
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