Visits and baseball
A fcfaHU.. Jeljk.,jfl4Bclal Visiting In and out of the city this week have been Mr. and Mrs. John Harrison, here from Savannah Ga., spending the time with Mrs. P. E. Ilnrrinnn Misses Margaret and Jean Ieslle are here from Miami, Fin., for a summer visit with their grandmo ther. 'Mrs. C. F. Grave.- Grave.- Mrs. Carter Harrell of Cheraw Is spending some time with her parents. Mr. and. Mrs. T. G. White- White- Miss Caroline Wardlaw Is spend ing some time in New York visiting visiting with relatives. Miss Kathrine Peek has return ed to her home'' in Miami after a visit here with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Schroeder. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pfelffer and son, Jimmy, returned to their home in Jacksonville after a visit here with Mr. and Mrs. J. (Q. Schroeder. They visited also in Birmingham before returning to heir home. Mr. Pfelffer spent some time here years ago as a i.hfhjOJLj(lL400e lne soma varuuiia leagues... - A. A. Elmore of Dallas, Tex., has been here for a visit with his sister, sister, Mrs. Pnsdell. and hi sniece Mrs. Gary, and lelt Monday for Clinton wljere he will visit another sister before returning to Texas. Mrs. J. R. McCombs left this week for Chester where she will spend some time with her daugh ter, Mrs. J. E. Davis, and Mr. Duvls. Mrs. McCombs has broken up her home in the county and friends regret seeing her leave. Mrs. Maggie Pennal has return ed to her home In Athens after a two weeks-' weeks-' weeks-' visit In this section with her sisters, Mrs. D. E. Press- Press- ley and Mrs. J. N. McDIIl. Mr. and Mrs. Herron Benton of N'orfolk. Va.. are here for a visit of few days with Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Hughes on North Main street Mr.' Benton occupies a high position position on the advisory staff of the Seaboard Air Line railroad with headquarters in Norfolk.