Pittsburgh Courier — September 17, 1932on September 10th, 2011 at 11:34 AM
Out-of-Town Society Pittsburgh Courier — September 17, 1932CANONSBURG, PA., Sept. 15 — Mrs. chicago hotel . DERRICK and daughter, Bernice, of Flushing, NY and Mrs. PARKER of Plainfield, N.J. were the house guests of Rev. and Mrs. A. Q. NORTON of Canonsburg. During their stay many social functions were given in their honor. Rev. and Mrs. Norton entertained over seventy-five guests at a lawn party. Mrs. Byrdie E. CRUNKLETON entertained at a breakfast, and Mrs. Mae BRIGHTFUL was hostess at a luncheon. They were also guests of honor at the CHEATHAM-CARTER nuptials in Beltzhoover, Pa.CHILLICOTHE, O., Sept 15 — Mr. and Mrs. RAYMOND, HARTSELL of this city, entertained a party of friends at the beautiful kelly country estate, Popular Ridge, O (Ohio), during the holiday week-end, Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. William MARSHALL, Mr. and Mrs. Stephen PETTIFORD, Mr. and Mrs. George PAYNE, Mr. and Mrs. William LEWIS, Mr. and Mrs. Homer TAYLOR, of Columbus and Mrs. Ruth COTMAN prominent business and political worker of Columbus, and her house guest C. A. CORNISH of Washington, DC.BROOKLYN, NY Sept. 15 — Among the recent week-end guests at “Robiou” Lodge, the summer home of the Robert ELLIZYS at Greenwood Lake were: Mrs. Betty DAVIS, Georgetown, Kd; Mr. and Mrs. E. K. JONES and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald NORMAN of Flushing; Mrs. Marie HOLBROOK, James HOLBROOK, Dr. and Mrs. Arthur BORDERS, Fort Worth Tex; Mr. and Mrs. Maurice MOSS, Pittsburgh, PA; Mrs. Catherine HIGHWARDEN, Toledo, O; Miss Ruth MCGHEE, and Mr. and Mrs. Eddie JOHNSON, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest ALEXANDER, Mr. and Mrs. Lemuel FOSTER of New York City and Mrs. carpet stores . best seo . Laura J. ROLLOCK, Brooklyn, N.Y.CAMDEN, S.C. Sept. 15 — of pleasing interest here was the recent marriage of Miss. Evelyn Evans PICKETT and Willard CAMPBELL of Anderson, D.C, Rev. J. W. BOYKIN and Rev. T. J. WILLIAMS officiated at a pretty ceremony in the bride’s home in Campbell street. The brides attendants were her sister, Miss Bessie PICKETT as maid of honor; Mrs. Margaret HANCOCK PICKETT, matron of honor, and little Annie Louise HEMPHILL, flower girl. Charles CHERRY of Anderson was best man. Many out-of-town guests were present.