Cayce Happenings

Cayce, Nov. 28 – Miss Eunice Byrd visited relatives in Walterboro Thanksgiving day. Mrs. W. A. Harley of Woodford spent last week with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Wingard. Lieut. McAdoo Williams of Sebring, Fla., was a recent guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Williams. Mrs. W. P. Langford and son, Danny, of Spartanburg, Mrs. W. D. Langford of … Continue reading Cayce Happenings

Negro Church Appointments Are Read

BY J. D. McGHEE Darlington, Nov. 28 – Bishop Lorenzo H. King, Atlantic coast area, central jurisdiction, closed his first quadrennial of an epochal session of the South Carolina conference Methodist Church which convened at St. James Methodist church, Rev. D. E. Thomas, entertaining pastor, Sunday afternoon with the reading of appointments for 214 charges in nine district of conference. Delegates to the general and … Continue reading Negro Church Appointments Are Read

Lieut. Recounts War Adventure

Lieut. Otha E. Emert, who was stationed at Fort Jackson last March, has just been heard from by his father-in-law, J. W. Ford of Blaney. He writes, “On March 20, 1943, I was ordered to serve overseas. At this time I was at Fort Jackson with the One Hundredth division. “On April 18 we loaded the ship and pulled out the next morning. On the … Continue reading Lieut. Recounts War Adventure

Polly Ann Bundrick Griffin

1856 Polly Ann Bundrick Griffin was born December 9, 1856 in Lexington county, South Carolina, daughter of Caroline Catherine E. Stoudemire Bundrick. 1943 Mrs. Polly Ann Griffin, 86, died at her residence in Pontiac early this morning, November 27, 1943. Born in Lexington county, she had spent the greater part of her life in Pontiac. She is survived by her husband, James Griffin; four sons … Continue reading Polly Ann Bundrick Griffin

Jacobs – Turpin

Of wide interest was the lovely wedding of Miss Thelma Pauline Jacobs of Blaney and Columbia and Warrant Officer John Gilbert Turpin of Beverly, Mass., and Fort Jackson, which took place at 6 o’clock on the evening of October 26 at Greenlawn Baptist church, Columbia. The Rev. James G. Jennings, pastor, officiated, using the double ring ceremony. Floor baskets of white chrysanthemums and white lighted … Continue reading Jacobs – Turpin

N. Columbia News

Mrs. J. M. Lancaster and children and Mrs. J. S. Lancaster visited Mrs. R. G. Yon in Orangeburg. Mrs. R. L. Sexton of River drive is visiting her husband at Sheppard Field, Texas. Mrs. and Mrs. C. W. Fisher visited Mrs. Fisher’s sister, Mrs. Henry Counts, in Pomaria Sunday. Mrs. Rosa Braham has returned after a visit to her niece, Mrs. Nexeka Munson, in Chattanooga, … Continue reading N. Columbia News

AME Pastors Are Assigned

By W. R. Bowman Union, Oct. 31- Thousands of people heard Dr. W. W. Harris of Chicago preach the ordination sermon this morning to the conference of the AME church from the text, “Thou Art The Christ.” Bishop J. S. Flipper, in the final remarks, thanked the citizens of Union for their hospitality and announced the appointments. The are as follows: Columbia districts, W. B. … Continue reading AME Pastors Are Assigned