Enrolment of Absent Voter and Getting Ballots to Him Explained Under Party Rules

Enrollment of absentee voters and getting ballots into their hands is a considerable problem for those directing the election machinery for the Democratic primary July 25 and the details involved leave the public occasionally confused. The primary rules provided that the name of a person, otherwise qualified to vote, and who is absent from the state or who can not enroll because of sickness, may … Continue reading Enrolment of Absent Voter and Getting Ballots to Him Explained Under Party Rules

15 Columbians Sent To Navy By Board 69

Fifteen mend were sent to the Navy Recruiting station in Columbia on Thursday, from Local Board 69, it was announced today. They are as follows; Charlie Ricks, Wilbert Outen, Mikell Findley, James Harrison, Gerald Starks, Jasper Lee Geiger, Albert Rose Freeman, Woodrow Wilson, Ruban Young, Willie James Alston, James William Spann, John Wesley Weeks, Wilbert Canzater, James Goodwin and Franke Hall. Friday the following registrants … Continue reading 15 Columbians Sent To Navy By Board 69

Many Offer For Kershaw County Posts

Camden, June 1 – (Special) – With the entry list closing at noon today the political horizon became clarified when the voters of Kershaw county were able to scan the list of those who will offer in the coming primary. There are five in the race for the two house seats, L. C. Clyburn and John Rabon, incumbents, are both offering for re-election. The other … Continue reading Many Offer For Kershaw County Posts

Hartsville Boy Wins First Place In Essay Contest

Tom Newsome of the Hartsville Hight School, has been announced by James H. Hope, state superintendent of education, as winner in South Carolina of the Cotton Essay contest sponsored by the Cotton Trade Journal of Memphis, Tenn. He will receive a cash award of $100. Second place with an award of $75 went to Harris Hinnant of the Ridgeway high school; third prize of $50 … Continue reading Hartsville Boy Wins First Place In Essay Contest

Hartsville Boy In Top Place In Contest

Tom Newsome Winner on Cotton Essay – Harris of Ridgeway Second Dr. James H. Hope, state superintendent of education, yesterday announced the winners of the Cotton Essay contest, sponsored by the Cotton Trade Journal of Memphis, Tenn. The topic for the essays was “The Contribution Cotton Is Making to the War Effort.” The state winner, Tom Newsome of the Hartsville high school, will receive $100; … Continue reading Hartsville Boy In Top Place In Contest