A Valentine Party

Special to The State. Spartanburg, Feb. 20. – Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Sweeny of Fairmount entertained at a Valentine party in honor of Miss Octavia Hellmans of Laurens and Miss Zoe Bailey of Blaney. The unique feature of the evening was the large proposal hart where each young man selected his partner for the evening by proposing to the hand he admired most from … Continue reading A Valentine Party

Teachers Meet At University

Gathering of Much Importance Held Yesterday. ADDRESS MADE BY DR. STILES Educational Conference Attended by Many from Surrounding Counites. Another is Planned. In November, 1909, Superintendent S. M. Clarkson of Richland county conceived the idea of having a joint meeting of the teacher of Richland and adjoining counties. He mentioned the subject to Dr. S. C. Mitchell, president of the University of South Carolina, who … Continue reading Teachers Meet At University

Subscribing For Highway Generously

Plans for Capital Route Run Proceed Well. GOOD PROGRESS ON THE CAMDEN BRIDGE Supervisor Owens Resume Work on Remainder of Two Notch Road.  Messrs, G. M. Berry, W. L. Blanchard and Dr. E. M. Whaley, the committee selected to raise funds for the Capital Highway, are meeting with encouraging success.  A complete list of subscribers will be published soon. The Gregory-Conder company gave $105 yesterday … Continue reading Subscribing For Highway Generously

Tarsey Chestina “Tiney” Ross Jeffers Dawkins

1834 Tarsey Chestina “Tiney” Ross was born on 14 Aug 1834 in South Carolina, USA. 1860 J C Jeffers was counted in the census on 25 Jul 1860 in Kershaw, South Carolina, USA, as a 24-year-old, female, white. Also in the home was Thos Jeffers, Wm Jeffers, Elizabeth Jeffers, and Green Reynolds. 1870 Lucy C Joffers was counted in the census on 10 Aug 1870 … Continue reading Tarsey Chestina “Tiney” Ross Jeffers Dawkins