Bowen’s Briefs

Misses Lydia Croxton, Irma Floyd and Virgiia Way spent last weekend in Kershaw.

Miss Dot Hough is spending the weekend in Orangeburg. Misses Lydia Mae Croxton and Virginia Way will accompany her.

Miss Evelyn Hughes is visiting her mother in the Florence hospital this weekend.

Miss Dorothy Deason is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Deason, of Pageland.

Miss Sarah Deason visited her sister. Dorothy, at school Thursday.

Miss Hazel Ridgell is spending the weekend with her parents of Manning.

Miss Erlene Small is visiting Miss Gertrude Ware of Darlington.

Miss Gertrude Ware had as her guest Thursday night, her mother, Mrs. W. O. Ware.

Miss Mary Wham is spending the weekend with ehr parents of Mountville.

Guy Shealy is the guest of his parents of Leesville.

Miss Opal Strickland and Miss Lollie Glawson attended a football game in Darlington Friday night.

Dude Hedgepath is spending the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Hedgepath, of McBee.

Miss Gladys Jones has as her guests this weekend, Annie BElle Jones of Morven, N. C., and Ruby Jones of Gastonia, N. C.

Miss Mary Rabon has accepted a position with the Blaney Lumber company at Blaney.

Miss Pauline Williams is the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Wallace, of Great Falls.

Miss Ethel Roberts of Kershaw spent last weekend with her sister, Mrs. Stella Flanigan, of Greenville.

Carol Baker is spending the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louise Baker of Kershaw.

Miss Elizabeth Roberts is spending Sunday with Lorene Lown of Columbia Commercial at Lexington.

The following passed speed tests in typing: Frances Robbins, 15 minutes; Hazel Ridgill, 15 minutes; Sadie Lee Wallace, 10 minutes; Myrtle Gore, 10 minutes; Lucy Colman, 10 minutes, and Gladys Jones, 10 minutes.

J. L. Anderson is spending weekend at his home in Pageland.

W. B. Bush and Jimmie Jacobs made business trip to Orangeburg Friday.

Those passing 100-word tests were: Avis McClam. 2: Jenie Crooks, 2; Jessie Ballentine, 1: Hazel Ridgill, 1 and Annie Mae Klutz, 1.

November 12, 1939  State (published as The State)  
Columbia, South Carolina
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