The society column from the Hickory Daily Record, Dec. 26, 1916
Dr. Councill Boyden of China Grove is spending several days in the city.
Mr. Weston Taylor of Statesville spent Christmas with his mother, Mrs. E.A.
Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Thomasson of Charlotte spent Christmas with Mr. and Mrs.
Messrs. Olin, Glenn and Clifford Abernethy of Detroit are spending the
Christmas holidays with Mr. and Mrs. R.D. Abernethy.
Mr. Howard Councill left last night for Annapolis after spending Sunday and
Monday with his parents, Judge and Mrs. W.B. Councill.
Mr. Oliver Littaker who has been spending the holidays with his parents in
Lenoir passed through the city today en roiute to Thomasville.
Mrs. M.M. Graham of Lancaster, Pa., Mr. H.C. Gardner and Graham Gardner are
guests of Mr. and mrs. Albert Abernethy Mrs. Graham being the mother of Mrs.
Dr. G.H. Abernethy of Liberty, S.C., after spending Christmas with his
father, Mr. J.F. Abernethy, returned today to his home. Dr. Abernethy, who is
popular with everybody, was greated by his hundreds of friends in Hickory.
Mr. and Mrs. C.B. West and little daughter Peggy, who have been visiting
Mrs. West’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.C. Bost, left today for Morven to visit
Rev. J.H. West. They will spend tonight in Charlotte with Bishop Kilgo.
Mr. Robert Reud of Atlanta will spend the Christmas holidays in Jacksonville
and Tampa, Florida, the guest of Mr. Nathan Cockrell at Jacksonville and
entertained by Mr. Sewall Pamberton at Tampa.
Mr. H.H. Little of Boston is spending the holidays in the city.
Mr. Frank W. McComb, Misses Elizabeth and Margaret McComb and Mr. A.C.
Henderson left last night for Roanoke, Va., where Wednesday night Mr. McComb
and Miss Martha Kidd will be married. Mr. William McComb joined the party at
Salisbury. He will be Mr. McComb’s best man.
Mr. and Mrs. A.W. Cline and little dauighter Alma Augusta, who have been
visiting Mr. Cline’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.L. Cline on Eleventh Street,
returned to their home in Winston-Salem today. Mr. Cline, who is well known in
Hickory on account of his connection with the Democrat, is now with the circulation department of the Winston Daily Sentinel.
Mr. Fred Cline, son of Mr. and Mrs. W.L. Cline of Eleventh Street, and Miss
Grace Roseman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Roseman of Claremont, were
married in Newton Saturday at the home of the officiating minister, Rev. M.A.
Last evening Mrs. E.L. Shuford entertained with a charming dance in honor of
her daughter Miss Katheryne Shuford. Music was furnished by a Victrola. Those
dancing were Misses Kathryne Shuford, Kate Elliott, Margaret Taylor, Mary
Allen, Doris Hutton, Helen Springs, Gladys Reid, Frank Martin, Adelaide
Johnston, Mabel Hicks, Rose Martin, Rachel Pugh, Charlotte Smith, Mary Rogers
Shuford and Louise Jones, and George Blackweldfer, Claude Abernethy, Connelly
Gaamble, Cyril Long of Newton, John Bohannon, Frank Allen, Frank Moose, Orin
Sigmon, Albert Stevens of Greensboro, Joe Murphy, Richard Bolyd, Richard
Shuford, M. Loy Bolick, Bailey Patrick, Dr. Councill Boyden of China Grove,
David Taylor, C.D. Moore of Charlotte, Walter Bolick, Ralph Ballew, J. Loy Sox,
Earnhardt of Lenoir and Hilton Shuford.
Rev. A.L. Bolick will leave tomorrow for Stanley to take charge of the
Lutheran church at that place.
Mr. C.B. Moore of Charlotte spent several days in Hickory last week.
Mr. Walter Starnes of Darlington, S.C., is spending the holidays with his
mother, Mrs. J.D. Starnes.
Mr. A.M. Ingold of Morganton spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. A.K. Joy.
Miss Essie Robinson is visiting friends in Lincolnton.
There will be a box supper at the Abernethy schoolhouse near Hildebran
Saturday night, Dec. 30. The public is cordially invited.
Mr. D.A. Goodman of Connelly Springs preached at the school house last
Miss Mamie Hudson, teacher of the Abernethy school, has gone to her home at
Connelly Springs to spend Christmas.
Miss Fleeta Perry, a student at Rutherford College, came home last Monday to
spend Christmas with her parents.
Mr. Jeff Tample looks might pleased since he received a ten dollar gold
piece in the Burke corn contest.
Dr. J.L. Murphy and James and Charles Whitener are spending the day at the
Rock house hunting.
Misses Onalee and Lenore Eckard spent the holidays in Salisbury and Spencer
Prof. J.F. Coble is spending the holidays in Crescent and Statesville.
Mr. and Mrs. C.C. Greene of Charlotte are the guests of Mrs. Greene’s
parents, Mr. and Mrs. R.L. White.
Mrs. C.S. Keever and three children are spending the holidays with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. T.C. Martin at Lenoir.