Bowen’s Briefs

Dorothy Lee Dozier has accepted a permanent position in the city.

Glenn Phifer is permanently working in the city.

Chris Schull is now employed with a firm in the city.

Frances Frick is spending the weekend with her parents at their home in Chapin.

Willie Rose Copeland is visiting friends in the city this weekend.

Adelle Simon has returned to school.

Friends of Annie Laurie Vereen were sorry to hear of her illness and wish for her a speedy recovery.

Evelyn Hughes is the guest of Myrtle Gore this weekend at the latter’s home.

Caroll Smith is enjoying a visit to her parents at Centenary.

Dot Hough is the guest of her father, J. L. Hough of Kershaw.

Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Floyd of Kershaw has as their guest this weekend, their daughter, Irma.

Lottie Lee Hazelton was the guest of her parents last Monday because of a death.

Janie Lee Medlin was the guest of Margaret Settlemeyer and Ludie Lee Wallace Friday.

Reva Martin will be the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Martin of Swansea, this weekend.

Bertha Thames is enjoying a visit to her mother, Mrs. J. P. Thames of Manning.

Lydia Crooks and Jean Crooks are the guest of their brother, J. B. Crooks of Kingstree.

Lydia Mae Croxton of Kershaw is visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. John M. Croxton, this weekend.

Pierce Deason enjoyed a visit to Charleston last week.

Steve Williams is the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Williams of Kershaw, this weekend.

June Darby is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Darby of Great Falls.

Margie Nicholson is enjoying a visit to her parents at Jefferson.

Bowen’s students extend a hearty welcome to Rebecca Kelly, who returned to school Monday. They also welcome Frieda McLlellan back to the student body.

The following passed a typing test: Mary Wham – 50: Margie Nicholson – 51: Pierce Deason – 55.

Pauline Williams of Kershaw is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Williams.

Dora Lee Campbell of Blaney was the guest of her sister Bessie, last Monday.

Dot Gibson is visiting relatives in Union this weekend.

October 1, 1939  State (published as The State)  
Columbia, South Carolina
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