Draughon’s News

Among those called for employment during the week were: Miss Margaret Shealy of Newberry, Miss Mary Francis Bobb of Columbia, Miss Amelia Hildebrand of Hagood, Miss Bernice Raunch of West Columbia, Miss Helen Holladay of Summerton, Miss Mary Olive Robertson of Barnwell, Miss Hattie Iseman of Hartsville, Mrs. Wyona Sanders of Blaney, Miss Margie Davidson of Columbia, Miss. Eva Briggs of Columbia, Mrs. Sadie Varn … Continue reading Draughon’s News

North Columbia Notes

Mr. and Mrs. Frank McWhit and son, Ronald McWhit, and Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Clark of River drive spent Sunday in Spartanburg with D. and Mrs. J. C. McCoy and Marilyn McCoy. Marilyn celebrated her ninth birthday on that date. Reid Atkinson, Jr. and Pearlie Dozier are visiting relatives and friends at Ballentine’s Landing, Lake Murray. She was accompanied home by Esther Ruth Fouche. … Continue reading North Columbia Notes

“Some Things Not Made to Die,” Graves Tell Winthrop Seniors

Rock Hill, June 3. – Dr. John Temple Graves, editorial syndicate writer, welcomed 263 Winthrop college graduates to “join the rest of us in our American task of proving there are indeed things not made to die,” in his address before the graduating class this morning. “To hosts in Europe at this hour it ust seems that nothing in all the world is not made … Continue reading “Some Things Not Made to Die,” Graves Tell Winthrop Seniors

Everett Wilson Mason

Everett Wilson Mason was born 1876 in Adams county, Ohio. Everett Wilson Mason, of Lugoff, 63, died at the Camden hospital Tuesday, June 4, 1940, after being struck with a board while sawing at a sawmill Monday in lower west Wateree. Funeral Services will be at 5 p.m. Wednesday at Union Baptist church, Blaney. The Rev. A. D. McArn, pastor of Bethesda Presbyterian church. Camden, … Continue reading Everett Wilson Mason

307 Persons Attend Rally Of Baptists

The Fairfield Baptist association held its general quarterly gathering yesterday afternoon at the Colonial Heights Baptist Church with an attendance of 307 persons reported from churches in Richland, Fairfield and Lexington counties. The attendance honors went to the Stephen Green Memorial church of Winnsboro, which had 104 representatives in attendance. That church was well represented recently at the associational meeting held at First church at … Continue reading 307 Persons Attend Rally Of Baptists

Margaret Alice “Maggie” Branham Stewart

Margaret Alice “Maggie” Branham Stewart was born January 28, 1878 in Kershaw county, South Carolina, to John and Eliza Branham. Margaret Alice “Maggie” Branham Stewart, of Camden, died Saturday, June 1, 1940 at the Baptist hospital. Mrs. Stewart had been ill since November, but had been in the hospital only seven weeks. SHe was a good Christina and was loved by all who knew her. … Continue reading Margaret Alice “Maggie” Branham Stewart

26 Civil Suits On Docket Next Week

Judge A. W. Holman will preside at the civil term of court opening Monday at the courthouse. Twenty-six cases have been scheduled for the week. Bailiff Robert L. Beard reported yesterday. The jury list for the term is as follows: C. H. Brazell of 2518 Taylor street; Morgan Butler of Columbia, Route 1; Benny Hornsby of College Place: H. C. Summer of Little Mountain: A. … Continue reading 26 Civil Suits On Docket Next Week