Draughon’s News

Among those who employed during the past week were: Miss Rosalie Brown of Columbia. Miss Henrietta Touchberry of Summerton. Miss Ellen Richenbaker of Summerton, Miss English Brunson, who has gone to her home at Brunson to accept employment there, and Miss Eunice Youmans of Luray.

A welcome visitor to the office Tuesday was a former graduate, J. C. sible position with the government in Charlotte, N. C.

Miss Russie Thompson has as her weekend guest her sister, Lucille Thompson of Ware Shoals.

Miss Wyona Sanders of Blaney is going to Hamlet, N. C., where she will spend the weekend with friends.

Miss Henrietta Touchberry of Summerton is spending the week in Jacksonville, Fla., with relatives.

Miss Louise Odom of Hamlet, N. C., is spending the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Odom, at their home.

Miss Lucille Burch of Marion had as her visitor for the past week her sister, Floreid.

Frances Morgan is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Morgan, in Springfield.

Fred Wood has gone to his home in Denmark to spend the weekend with his mother, Mrs. W. O. Wood.

Miss Margueritte Walker is spending the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Walker of Alcolu.

Hugh Weldon has gone to Bishopville, where he will spend the weekend with his mother, Mrs. A. K. Weldon.

Miss Maudaline Wood of Clinton has as her weekend visitor her sister, Maxine.

Miss Mortie Marsh of Bucksport was called to her home to attend the funeral of her grandmother.

September 10, 1939  State (published as The State)  
Columbia, South Carolina
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