Hattie Medlin Shannon Craig

1892 Hattie Medlin Shannon Craig was born June 1892, the daughter of James Medlin. 1935 Blaney Woman Dies After Short Illness Mrs. Hattie Craig, 41, of near Blaney, died at her home Sunday morning, March 31, 1935, following an illness of a few hours. Mrs. Craig had lived near Blaney all her life and was a devoted member of Spear’s Creek Baptist church. She leaves a … Continue reading Hattie Medlin Shannon Craig


Safe Drivers’ club pledges include; Abbeville: Mrs. F. W. Wilson, L. W. Keller. Gilbert: P. L. Crout, G. T. Whittle. Greenwood: J. B. Hartley, D. R. Baker. Lexington: T. H. Caughman, H. H. Boozer. Bokyin: Mrs. Boliva Boykin, J. O. Johnson, Earl McManus. Steedman: Millard Quattlebaum, Pone S. Hall. Chappells: B. W. Watkins, Jr., W. J. Castine. Allendale: W. S. Dunbar, Miss Eunice Keel. Ridge … Continue reading JOIN SAFE DRIVERS


Wins Nine of 17 Contests of Season – Scores 335 Points. Although it claims no championships, Olympia high school, coached by Albert J. Wallace, veteran of 20 seasons with the Pacific Terrifics, has rung down the certain on a successful campaign. In their 17 games, the Red Devils have won nine and lost eight. According to compilations by C. A. Davis of the high school … Continue reading OLYMPIA CLOSES SUCCESSFUL CARD


Makes Appointment in Lee, Anderson, Laurens, Kershaw, Jasper. Governor Olin D. Johnston has appointed several officers for counties, including magistrates for Lee and Kershaw; supervisors of registration for Laurens and others. Following is a list of the appointees: Magistrates for Lee County: M. B. McCutcheon, at Bishopville; Carl Thomas, Lamar, for Cypress township; George W. Johnson, Lucknow, for Lucknow township; Wallace Hancock, Rembert, for Spring … Continue reading GOVERNOR NAMES COUNTY OFFICERS