BLANEY

Special to The State.

Blaney, March 2 – The School Improvement association met in its monthly meeting last Thursday evening in the school building. After a business meeting and a group of songs by the sixth and seventh grade girls an able address was given by Thomas B. Butler of Gaffney, who is lieutenant governor of South Carolina.

The women of the Baptist church gave an enjoyable hot supper last Friday evening in and a tidy sum was raised to apply on the recent improvements made on the church building.

The many friends of E. H. Bowen regret to learn that he still continues very ill in the Columbia hospital.

Miss Mildred Evans, of Chicora College, spent the past weekend with her father, Lawrence D. Evans. He accompanied her to New Brookland Sunday, where a birthday dinner was given in honor of his 62nd birthday, by his daughter, Mrs. E. H. Ross.

Mr. and Mrs. Oscard Anderson, of Ridgeway, spent the past weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Sanders.

Mr. and Mrs. Knowlton Motley and son Fletcher Motley, of Patrick spent the past weekend here with their father, J. B. Motley.

Miss Esther Anderson of Ridgeway was the guest Sunday of Misses Lila Sanders and Ruby Sanders.

Earle Simpson of Lexington, has returned to his home after visiting his sister, Mrs. Mary Simpson.

Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Rose and children of Charleston, are spending sometime here with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. John I. Rose (Ada Cornelia Evans Rose).

Mrs. John Goff, of Florence, is spending this week here with her parents.

Leonardo Andrea spend Sunday in New Brookland, where he was the monthly speaker before the Men’s Bible class at the Baptist Church.

Miss Elaine Ross, of New Brookland, is the guest this week of Lillie Belle Evans.

Miss Mable Peterson spent the past weekend at Columbia College.

March 3, 1929  State (published as The State)  Columbia, South Carolina
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