Mrs. Martha A. Hallman, Leesville.A. L. Mauldin, Anderson.J. L. Harling, Columbia.J. J. Hinson, Rock Hill.Doris Hinton, infant, Reevesville.W. W. Wilkins, Florence.Lewis G. Temples, Graniteville.John T. Long, Leesville.J. L. Kirkland, Blaney.J. M. Guiant, Columbia. Continue reading Deaths
1888 John Lee Kirkland, Jr., was born October 28, 1888, son of John Lee Kirkland Sr., and Maggie C. Jones. 1927 On January 2, 1927, John L. Kirkland, Jr. was listed in the newspaper article “Farm Lands.“ 1939 On August 5, 1939, J. L. Kirkland was listed in the newspaper article “Cayce News.” On December 3, 1939, Mr. John L. Kirkland was listed in the newspaper … Continue reading John Lee Kirkland, Jr.
A wedding of lovely simplicity took place at 6:30 on the evening of November 11 at Arsenal Hill Presbyterian church when Miss Olive Bryan McCaskill became the bride of Staff Sgt. Robert M. Oppenlander of Norristown, Pa., and Fort Jackson. White chrysanthemums and gladioli, palms and candles burning in candelabra furnished an effective setting for this occasion. Prior to the ceremony Miss Nan Swearingen rendered … Continue reading McCaskill – Oppenlander
Staff Sgt. and Mrs. Robert M. Oppenlander, who were married on the evening of November 11 at Arsenal Hill Presbyterian church. Mrs. Oppenlader is the former Miss Olive Bryan McCaskill of Blaney and Columbia, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. M. McCaskill (Ada Irene Maddox McCaskill.) of Blaney (Photo by Old.) Continue reading Staff Sgt. and Mrs. Robert M. Oppenlander
ONE CAR TRAILER WITH Attachments, tires practically new. $40 cash, J. Paul Ross, Blaney, S. C. Continue reading Trucks and Trailers
Norman L. Hinson was born August 28, 1917 Pfc. Norman L. Hinson, 502 Marion street, was killed in action in North Africa on November 9, 1942. Private Hinson is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William J. Hinson of Columbia; two sisters, Mrs. Nettie Mae Hoover of West Columbia and Mrs. Nora Sherman of Portland, Ore., and two brothers, Wilburn Hinson and Luther Inson, … Continue reading Norman L. Hinson
Services For All Men Are Scheduled At Fort Jackson Religious services for Fort Jackson Soldiers will be held throughout the post Sunday. The schedule, as announced by Major Wiley R. Deal, post chaplain, is as follows: Catholic Masses: 7:30 a.m., chapel No. 16: 8 a.m., chapels No. 14, 11 , 10, 3 , 6 and 7; 8:30 AM, chapels No. 17 and 12: 9 AM, … Continue reading Fort Services Are Announced
The American Legion auxiliary of West Columbia-Cayce will meet Tuesday evening with Mrs. Henry Addy in Cayce. The assistant hostess will Mrs. Henry Addy in Cayce. The assistant hostess will Mrs. M. H. Boyd. All members are requested to be present. Lieut. and Mrs. Clyde Shockley of Battle Creek Mich., were weekend guests of Mrs. Shockley’s parents, Mr. ad Mrs. N. J. Buchanan, Mrs. Shocley … Continue reading West Columbia News