Thurston William True, Sr

1872 Thurston William True, Sr was born May 16, 1872, son of James Hill True and Sarah Bowen True. 1942 Thurston William True, Sr, 69, died April 30, 1942 at Providence hospital after an illness of several years. Funeral services were to be conducted at 5 o’clock this afternoon at the McCormick’s mortuary by the Rev. R. C. Campbell, pastor of the First Baptist church. … Continue reading Thurston William True, Sr

Finalist in Biology and Science Named

General science and biology winners in the South Carolina High School league’s mental contest program were announced yesterday by the personnel bureau of the University of South Carolina. Ninety-six finalist in biology and 98 in general science will represent their schools and districts in state finals on the university campus during High School week April 29 through May 1. A total of 586 pupils from … Continue reading Finalist in Biology and Science Named

Kershaw Has 15 Places for Draft

Fifteen places have been designated as registration spots for the fourth Selective Service draft in Kershaw county Monday. They are: Camden high school, Pine Tree Hill school, Jackson high school, Kirkwood school, Charlotte Thompson school and Antioch school. Bethune school, Mt. Pisgah school, Liberty Hill Community house, Red Hill school, Baron DeKalb school. Blaney school, Lugoff school, Mickle school and Hopewell school. Continue reading Kershaw Has 15 Places for Draft

List Winners In Geometry, Bookkeeping

Eighty-seven bookkeeping students and 112 geometry students have been named district winners in these subjects in the South Carolina High School league’s mental contest program. they will compete for state honors during high school week at the Univeristy of South Carolina April 29, through May 1. Names of the district winners in bookkeeping and geometry were announced by the university’s personnel bureau. The bookkeeping winners … Continue reading List Winners In Geometry, Bookkeeping

Students Cited In State Tests

Bookkeeping And Biology District Winners Are Listed District winners in bookkeeping and biology divisions of the South Carolina High School League’s mental contest program were announced today by the University of South Carolina’s personnel bureau. Ninety-six students were listed as preliminary winners in biology and 85 have been listed as bookkeeping winners. A total of 80 high schools entered 3334 students in the bookkeeping preliminaries, … Continue reading Students Cited In State Tests

T. C. Thorntons Celebrate Golden Wedding

A lovely reception was given in celebration of the golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Thornton, Sr., at their home on Park Street, Tuesday evening, April 21. Mrs. Thornton was formerly Miss Leila McCreight of Winnsboro. A color scheme of yellow and white was used throughout the lower floor which was thrown en suite for the occasion. The many beautiful flowers used … Continue reading T. C. Thorntons Celebrate Golden Wedding

Lindsey – Evans Marriage

Of much interest was the marriage of Miss Mildred J. Lindsey which was solemnized Saturday evening, April 4, at the home of the bride’s brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Ross in West Columbia. Only the members of the immediate family were present for the ceremony. Rev. T. A. Snyder, pastor of West Columbia Baptist Church officiated, using the ring service. The bride … Continue reading Lindsey – Evans Marriage

Evans – Lindsey

Of much interest is the marriage of Miss Mildred Cates Evans to Sgt. William J. Lindsey which was solemnized Saturday evening, April 4, at the home of the bride’s brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Ross, in West Columbia. Only the members of the immediate family were present for the ceremony. The Rev. T. A. Snyder, pastor of West Columbia, Baptist Church officiated, … Continue reading Evans – Lindsey

Margaret Henrietta Hammond

Margaret Henrietta Hammond was born March 30, 1866 in Richland County, South Carolina, the daughter of¬†Annie Louise¬†Nelson Atkinson. Mrs. Margaret Henrietta Hammond, 75, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. J. H. Haithcock, 2015 Marion street, at 9:50 this morning, April 20, 1942, after an illness of three years. She was a member of the Park Street Baptist Church and was the widow of … Continue reading Margaret Henrietta Hammond