Olympia Girl To Head JHA

Rock Hill, April 18 – (AP) – Frances Batimer of Olympia was elected president of the state Junior Homemakers association at its annual meeting here today. She succeeds Frances Hicks of Chesnee.

Delane Jones of Springfield was named first vice president; Jean Sweatte of Sumter, Second vice president; Doris Alexander of Seneca, Secretary and Dorothy Bobo of Roebuck, reporter.

The annual awards were announced at a banquet tonight. The convention will end tomorrow after a breakfast.

Rated as superior in the dress review – Carolyn Webb, Bishopville; Jacqueline Mishoe, Loris, and Martha Leonard, Woodruff.

Rated as excellent in dress review – Baron DeKalb, Buford, Blaney, Boiling springs, DAR school at Tamassee, Dillon, Duncan, Berea, McColl, Turbeville, Edmonds, Marion and Walhalla.

J. H. A. Yearbook awards went to – Superior: Hickory Tavern, Seneca, Woodruff, Barnwell, Honea Path, Parker,

Little Sister J. H. A. awards went to – Superior: Rivers Junior High and Springfield.

The Community write-upĀ  project award went to – Superior: Greenville.

Barbara Stalvey, president of the Winthrop J. H. A. chapter, presided at the banquet.

1942.04.19 - Olympia Girl To Head JHA

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