Three Fatal Crashes Mark Day in Columbia

Motorcycle Death for H. L. Haltiwanger Follows Earlier-Grade Crossing and Truck Accidents. DAWSON KILLED NEAR STATE PARK And Negro Woman Dies When Struck on Old Winnsboro Road – Total for Richland Rises to 18 for 1936. Deaths in Richland county from motor accidents mounted yesterday from 15 to 18. Death in Richland county from motor accidents mounted yesterday from 15 to 17. Raymond I. Dawson, … Continue reading Three Fatal Crashes Mark Day in Columbia

Brookland-Cayce and Columbia Ready for Opening Game

LIGHTS INSTALLED READY FOR FRAY Engineers Make Final Tests and Give OK LINEUPS ANNOUNCED Suburbans Boast Veteran Backfield – Caps Please Coach Rhame. With the lights installed and tested, Brookland-Cayce and Columbia high schools went through their last hard workouts yesterday in preparation for their opening game Friday night on Melton field. Engineers in charge of the installation of the lights made the final tests … Continue reading Brookland-Cayce and Columbia Ready for Opening Game

GOVERNOR NAMES STATE CONSTABLES

Reappoints Jeanes Head of Constabulary and Entire Force Governor Johnston yesterday reapointed J. Henry Jeanec, chief of the state Constabulary, together with the other members of the constabulary, 25 in all. The reappointments were to be effective until November 1, 1936. Appointees were, in addition to Chief Jeanes: A. Roy Ashley, Columbia; H. C. Bethea, McColl; Roland T. Clary, Gaffney; B. Cantelou, Trenton; J. A. … Continue reading GOVERNOR NAMES STATE CONSTABLES

Elmore B Brown

1860 Elmore B Brown was born on 08 Feb 1860 in Elgin, Kershaw, South Carolina, USA a child of Thomas C Brown and Martha Keith Brown. Elmore Brown was counted in the census on 01 Aug 1860 in Columbia, Richland, South Carolina, USA, as 5-month-old, male, white. Also in the home was Thomas Brown, Martha Brown, Sarah Brown, Jane Brown, Harriet Brown, George Brown, and … Continue reading Elmore B Brown

DENTSVILLE STUDENTS RETURN TO CLASS WORK

Dentsville school opened for the term Tuesday with an enrollment of 304. Wade H Cobb, Jr., is superintendent. The enrollment was an increase of 36 over the attendance for the opening date a year ago. Many parents were present yesterday, but no opening exercises were held, Mr. Cobb said. Serving on the Dentsville faculty are: Miss Elizabeth Carns of Columbia, first grade; Miss Pearl Sanders … Continue reading DENTSVILLE STUDENTS RETURN TO CLASS WORK

Edward Martin Flaherty

1866 Edward Martin Flaherty was born on 09 Jun 1866 in South Carolina, USA. 1900 Edward Flaherty was counted in the census on 13 Jun 1900 in Ridgeway, Fairfield, South Carolina, USA , as a 34-year-old, male, married, white, head of household. Also in the home was his wife, Minnie Flaherty; and their children, Lanney Flaherty, Julius Flaherty, Claud Flaherty, Annie M Flaherty, and Clemmy … Continue reading Edward Martin Flaherty