Miss Hewlett New President of Kershaw Teachers

Camden, April 23 – At the final meeting of the Kershaw County Education Association in Camden last Thursday, Miss Lucille Hewlett was elected President for the 1940-44 term. Miss Hewlett is English teacher in the High School Department of the Baron DeKalb School, Westville and succeeds P. G. Chastain of the Blaney Schools.

Other officers elected for the new year were: Vice-President, J. C. Bickley; secretary, Mrs. Arthur Stokes, Cassatt, and treasure, J. D. Crawford, Bethune.

In addition to the regular business session, the Bethune School presented a very interesting program of entertainment for the teachers showing the various types of activities this school is providing for the recreational department. C. B. Busbee and Mrs. Kathleen Watts, County Superintendent of Education gave reports on the State meeting at Greenville.

This has been a very successful year for the association and Mr. Chastain retired with appreciation from the Association for his fine spirit of enthusiasm and cooperation.

1940.04.24 - Miss Hewlett New President of Kershaw Teacher
April 24, 1940 State (published as The State) Columbia, South Carolina Page 5

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