Sunday, April 18, 2010

Delightful Dance Given at Coleman House

One of the most thoroughly enjoyed dances ever given in Kingstree was the one given at the Coleman House Monday night. Quite a number of visitors were present, and in all it was quite a gay affair. The music was furnished by the Mouzon band and was well-rendered. The dancing was kept up until about half past two, and the gay young people were even then loath to leave the dance hall. Among those present were: Misses Mable Rollins, Mamie Jacobs, Essie Benjamin, Georgia Rollins, Bertha Hodge, Kate Levy, Barbara Jacobs, Ella Rollins, Mildred McCabe, Lillian Hodge, Barbara Levy, Eva Rollins, Essie Clark, Bessie Howard and Hallie Rollins; Mesdames Jacobs, Brockinton and Hodge; Messrs. Montague Jacobs, Louis Gilland, Montie Scott, Hay McClary, Nappie Jacobs, W.S. Lynch, Sam Wolfe, R.H. Wallace, J. Lide Tallevast, H.G. Askins, R.J. McCabe, T.J. Brown, Judson Moore, Lamar SIngletary, E.C. Dennis and Troy Flagler.
The County Record, May 13, 1897

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