Special to The State.
Greenwood, June 3. – Mrs. J. Richard Williams of Greenwood was reelected president of Lander College Alumnae association at the annual meeting held during the commencement exercises. Other officers named were: Mrs. Leland Owen, first vice president; Mrs. J. J. McSwain, second vice president; Mrs. Alma Jennings, third vice president; Mrs. A. J. Snead, corresponding secretary; Mrs. C. B. Barksdale, recording secretary, and Mrs. W. A. Lomax, treasure.
Interesting reports were recieved from the local Lander clubs at Anderson, Columbia, Spartanburg, Charlotte, Charleston, Sumter, Williamsburg and Greenwood, and the president in her annual report made a plea that every Lander alumna honor the college with love and loyalty as well as with money. She announced that Miss Kathleen Singleton and Miss Mary Baker would have fellowship at the University of South Carolina next year.
Several “Big Sisters” were present and were introduce to the association. At the suggestion of the president the members stood in silence for a moment in respect to the memory of Mrs. Kathleen Hook Hinnant who recently passed away.
The class of 1926 was in charge of the entertainment program at this meeting, special feature being a recounting of the present activities of each member of the class, a solo, “I Love a Little Cottage,” by Mrs. Lynette Grigsby Waters of Blaney, accompanied by Mrs. Hilda H. Rayworth on the piano, and a violin solo by Miss Annette Folk of Holly Hill, accompanied by Miss Annie E. Aunspaugh.