100 “Miss Hi Misses” Selected for Winthrop College

EPWORTH ORPHANGE HIGH SCHOOL, Florence Lee Vergeson; 2. ALLENDALE HIGH SCHOOL, Harriett Houser; 3. GREENWOOD HIGH SCHOOL, Anna Lector McKinney; 4. CHERAW HIGH SCHOOL, Mable Houser; 5. TRENTON HIGH SCHOOL, Mary Lee Johnson; 6. SALLEY HIGH SCHOOL, Virginia Bobby Faust; 7. ELLOREE HIGH SCHOOL, Blanche Felkel; 8. BLANEY HIGH SCHOOL, Doris Maddox; 9. BLACKVILLE HIGH SCHOOL; Margaret Lee Gyles; 10. VARNVILLE HIGH SCHOOL, Lucile Ginn; … Continue reading 100 “Miss Hi Misses” Selected for Winthrop College

Ranson T Jackson

1859 Ranson T Jackson was born August 17, 1859. 1940 Ranson T Jackson, 81, of Blaney, died suddenly Sunday, March 31, 1940. Funeral services were conducted at Pine Grove Baptist church Monday, April 1, 1940 at 4 p.m. Interment followed in Hardshell Cemetery, the Rev. B. S. Broom officiated. Surviving were three sons, Frank Jackson of Winnsboro, G. B. Jackson and Boykin Jackson of Lugoff; … Continue reading Ranson T Jackson

W. M. U. Workers’ Councils

The Baptist Woman’s Missionary union of Fairfield association is holding a series of Workers’ councils. Division No. 1, Mrs. W. J. Hall, president, met at Ridgeway on March 20. Division No. 4, Mrs. J. C. Covington, president, will meet at Blaney,  Thursday, March 28. Division No. 3, Mrs. E. W. Sweatman, president, will meet at Southside church, Columbia, Friday, March 29. These meetings are from … Continue reading W. M. U. Workers’ Councils

Columbian Is Hurt as Car Hits Big Bus

A Columbia man was injured when a car driven by his brother from Blaney collided with the rear of a Stokes line buss six miles from Columbia on Highway No. 1 at 4:50 yesterday afternoon. R. E. Outlaw, 30, of 2335 Broad River road, was cut several places on the forehead when his head broke through the windshield in the passenger car. His brother, J. … Continue reading Columbian Is Hurt as Car Hits Big Bus

James R Barfield

1877 James Robert Barfield was born on December 20, 1877 1940 James Robert Barfield, 61, of Blaney, died tonight, March 22, 1940 of a heat attack. He was survived by his widow, Mrs. Mattie Nelson Barfield; two sons, Mendel Barfield and Palmer Barfield of Blaney; two daughters, Miss Janie Barfield and Miss May Barfield, both of Blaney. Funeral services were conducted at 4:30 p.m. Saturday … Continue reading James R Barfield

Blaney Girl Wins College Honors

High Point, N. C., March 21. — Miss Marguerite McCaskill, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. M. McCaskill of Blaney, was recently initiated into the Order of the Lighted Lamp, the honor society of High Point college, at its annual tapping ceremony. Members are tapped on the basis of leadership, scholarship, and character, only juniors and seniors being eligible. Miss McCaskill, a member of the … Continue reading Blaney Girl Wins College Honors

Junior Home Makers Meet At Blythewood

Blythewood, March 16. — The Junior Homemakers of District 3, which includes home economics girls in the high schools from Chesterfield, Kershaw, Richland, Lexington, Aiken, Edgefield and Saluda counties, held a rally at the Blythewood high school Thursday March 7, from 10:30 to 2 o’clock. J. H. A. members registered as they arrived, then visited the home economics department, community cannery, potato curing house, school … Continue reading Junior Home Makers Meet At Blythewood