Teacher Leave; Students Depart

Instructors and Seekers after Knowledge Make Exodus From Timmonsville.

Special to The State.

Timmonsville, Sept. 20 – The following young people from Timmonsville, all recent college graduates, are teaching school this year; Misses Grace Baskin, Evelyn Lea, Hyatt Park, Columbia; Eloise Anderson, Central; Marguerite Sims, Pinewood; Fances Rollins, Evergreen; Kessie Purvis, Lamar; Corrie Mae Hill, Arkansas; Ellie Mae Purvis, Lamar; Thelma Bailey, Jamison; Lois Sansbury, Blaney; Margaret Blythe, Kershaw; Murya Atkinson, Wadesboro, N. C.; Marie Askins, Kanapolis, N. C.; Sara Huggins, Thomasville, N. C.; E. D. Charles, Evergreen.

A further exodus of young people has been cause by the departure of students for the various colleges, the following going to Winthrop; Misses Mary Lea, Catherine Fort, Nell Morris, Edith Anderson, Adrine Grimnell, Ora Benton and Ida Mae Truett.

Converse college; Miss Virginia McKenzie.

Columbia college: Misses Evelyn Coker, Mary Alma Anderson, Jane Mae Purvis, Elizabeth Coker.

Chicora college; Floy White.

Meredith college, N. C.; Julia Severance.

Coker college; Nell Cannon.

Greenville college; Alma McLendon.

Clemson college: Graywood Hawkins, James Huggins, Wilma McDaniel.

Furman university: Nebraska Brown, Lemon Sansbury and R. C. Severance, Jr.

Bailey Military institute: M. C. Phillips.

South Carolina university; M. H. Purvis, Jr., David Bane, Edwin Rollins.

Baylor Military academy, Chattanooga. Tenn., Edwin Smith.

Wake Forest, N. C.; Roland Keith Charles.

Business college, Augusta; Laurie Anderson, Jr.

Charleston Medical college; Bean Mark Palmer.

Charleston college; George Rollins, Bascomb Palmer.

Wofford college: R. P. Byrd, Jr.

September 21, 1923  State (published as The State) 
 Columbia, South Carolina
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