Draughon’s News

Miss Marjorie Elliot of Winnsboro, a graduate of this institution, was a visitor at the college Friday morning. Her many friends will be interested in learning that Miss Elliot has accepted a responsible secretarial position in Washington DC, in the headquarters of the national geographics society, which in addition to publishing the National Geographic magazine does research work in Barry’s fields under establish foundations. Miss … Continue reading Draughon’s News

Charles Fletcher Brown

Charles Fletcher Brown, 85, of Richland county died at 10 o’clock last night, September 25, 1941, after an illness of eight years. He was a native of Kershaw county, but spent most of his life near Columbia. He was member of Harmony Baptist church. Mr. Brown was the son of William Green Brown and Mary Keline Evans Brown. Surviving are his widow, the former Miss … Continue reading Charles Fletcher Brown

Great Falls Folk Enjoy Varied Activities

GREAT FALLS, Sept. 19. – Mrs. J. B. Cornwell entertained the member of the Thursday afternoon bridge club this week. Upon arrival of guests a dessert course was served after which bridge was enjoyed. The high score prize was won by Miss Elizabeth Gettys and the low score by Mrs. Joe Frances. Mrs. J. R. Sanders, a recent bride, was presented a gift by the … Continue reading Great Falls Folk Enjoy Varied Activities

Lieutenant Chastain Of Blaney at Camp Lee

Camp Lee, Va., Sept. 18. – (Special) – First Lieut. Paul G. Chastain, who was with the state department of education in Blaney until reporting for active duty with the army, is assistant regimental supply officer for the Sixth Training regiment in Camp Lee’s Quartermaster replacement center. After graduating from Clemson college in 1933 with the degree of bachelor of science in education. Lieutenant Chastain … Continue reading Lieutenant Chastain Of Blaney at Camp Lee

Bowen’s Briefs

Mary Jane Bailey spent the weekend with her mother, Mrs. Theresa Bailey, in Lancaster. Evelyn Cockrell was in Batesburg with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tyrie Cockrell, for the weekend. Juanita Jumper was in Swansea with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Jumper, for a weekend visit. Irene Wesinger was the weekend guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Wesinger of Newberry. Melba … Continue reading Bowen’s Briefs

Better Farm Meet Held At Camden

CAMDEN, Sept. 12. – The meeting on Better Farm Living and National Defense, held at the court house Tuesday morning under the sponsorship of County Farm Agent W. C. McCarley attracted a large number of interested farmers. Community meetings, to be held in the near future at Blaney, Timrod, Mt. Pisgah, Three Cism, Antioch, Midway, Pine Grove, Lugoff, Charlotte, Thompson, Gates Ford and San Hill … Continue reading Better Farm Meet Held At Camden