Kershaw bill gets reading

Measure provides for operation of county for a year, fixes expenditures Carrying a grand total of $85,776, the Kershaw county supply bill was given first reading in the house yesterday. The measure, which does not fix a definite tax levy, the amount of that levy to be determined by the auditor and treasurer, provides for the operation of the county government for the next fiscal … Continue reading Kershaw bill gets reading

Ridgewood Camp Has Visitors

RIDGEWOOD CAMP, Jan. 25 – While Miss Margaret Reed, Miss Eva Jane Moore and Miss Odessa Hightower, of Spartanburg, were in Columbia attending the spring meeting of the Business and Professional Woman’s club, they were guest Sunday of Miss Allie Greene. Mrs. Clarence Coot had as company this week Mrs. Jessie Mites, Rufus Miles, Mrs. Effie Gortman and Mrs. Ruby Kirby of West Columbia, and … Continue reading Ridgewood Camp Has Visitors

Seen Here and There

Hook Wiliamson discussing the insurance career which he has just begun . . . Edgar Waites, city schools business manager, busy working with those “everlasting” figures. . . . and Superintendent Flora, discussing the film library which was started yesterday . . . Miss Margaret Mitcham Carolina coed and P. C. supporter, saying she had been slighted the other day when everyone in her group … Continue reading Seen Here and There

Walter Rudolph Price

1931 Walter Rudolph Price was born on 11 Jul 1931 in Kershaw, South Carolina, USA a child of Walter Warren Price and Mamie Ross Price. 1939 He died on 23 Jan 1939 in Elgin, Kershaw, South Carolina, USA. Walter Rudolph Price was buried on 24 Jan 1939 in Elgin, Kershaw, South Carolina, USA at Union Baptist Church Cemetery. Walter R. Price dies near Blaney Camden, … Continue reading Walter Rudolph Price

Notice to Mortgagees

State of South Carolina, County of Richland. – In the Court of Common Pleas. Ellen I Butler, as Tax Collector for Richland County, South Carolina, to John T. Mackey, Earl H. Bowen, and N. B. Workman, co-partners trading as Blaney Mercantile Company, Mortgagees, and Grafton Wages. Defaulting Taxpayer. To the Mortgagees Above Named: You will please take notice that on the 1st day of November, … Continue reading Notice to Mortgagees

Rachell Rotan Jeffers

1879 Rachell Rotan was born on 13 Nov 1879 in Fairfield, South Carolina, USA a child of Henry Rotan and Elizabeth ” Lessie” Albright Hanell Belton Rotan. 1880 Rachel Rotan was counted in the census on 14 Jun 1880 in Wateree, Kershaw, South Carolina, USA, as a 2-year-old, female, single, white, daughter. Also in the home was her father, Henry Rotan; her mother, Elizabeth Rotan; … Continue reading Rachell Rotan Jeffers

James Preston Kelly

1872 James Preston Kelly was born on 15 Jun 1872 in Ridgeway, Fairfield, South Carolina, USA a child of William G Kelly and Elizabeth Nelson Kelly. 1880 James Kelly was counted in the census on 07 Jun 1880 in Wateree, Kershaw, South Carolina, USA, as a 17-year-old, male, single, white, son. Also in the home was his was his father William Kelley; his mother, Elizabeth … Continue reading James Preston Kelly

FFA officers and editors end meeting

The state officers of the South Carolina Association of Future Farmers of America and the editors of the Future Palmetto Farmer, quarterly state publication, concluded their two-day meeting yesterday at the University of South Carolina. The state officers attending were: Edwin Collins of Conway, president; Dwight Holder of Pickens, vice president; Worth Vassey of Chesnee, secretary; Johnny Boulware of Camden, treasurer, and J. P. Fox, … Continue reading FFA officers and editors end meeting