Jack Frances Wages

1942 Jack Francis Wages was born April 11, 1942 in Richland County, South Carolina to Eddie Jack Wages and Addie Wages Marthers. Jack Frances Wages, six-months-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Wages of Lugoff, were held at 2 o’clock today at the graveside at Bethany Baptist church near Pontiac. His death certificate listed the cause of death as Severe Jaundice and Rickets. Besides his … Continue reading Jack Frances Wages

Draughon’s News

Miss Gladys Harley, West Columbia, was issued her certificate in filing last week. Miss Thalia McHargue recently completed the course in banking and commercial machine posting and is eligible for her certificate which will be issued to her this week. Miss Earthel Estelle Poole of Salley has accepted a position with a real estate company in the city. Miss Jewell Hydrick, a former student, has … Continue reading Draughon’s News

Classroom Committee Meets Here

Steering committee members of the South Carolina department of classroom teachers met here yesterday to outline objectives for their year’s work. Mrs. Louise G. Carson, Beaufort, president of the organization which is a part of the South Carolina Education association, presided at the sessions. A. C. Flora, Columbia school superintendent and president of the National Education association, spoke to the group on Federal aid and … Continue reading Classroom Committee Meets Here