America’s Wall Beauty Twins by Glidden

Each Comes in Choice of Beautiful Decorator-Preferred Colors SPRED – Flat; Rich suede-like finish for livig rooms, dining rooms, bedrooms. One coat covers most surfaces. Extremely durable and easily cleaned. Has a pleasant odor. Dries in 30 minutes. Mixes with water. 98C a quart, $2.96 a gallon. SPRED –Luster; Ideal for Kitchen and bathroom walls, ceiling and wood work. Gleaming, lustrous surface, that goes on … Continue reading America’s Wall Beauty Twins by Glidden

Columbia Commercial College Activities

Miss Mary Frances McCullough is spending the weekend with her mother, Mrs. B. R. McCullough, in Blacksburg. T. J. Blakewood is visiting his mother, Mrs. N. D. Blakewood, in Scotia. Mrs. Miriam Warren and Betty Price are enjoying visits with friends and relatives in Walterboro. Miss Edith Thompson is spending the weekend with her father, Charles Thompson, in Union. Miss Helen Moseley worked temporarily with … Continue reading Columbia Commercial College Activities

Halkard Asbury Hawkins

1909 Halkard Asbury Hawkins was born April 6, 1909, a son of Hugh Algernon Hawkins and Mary Alberta Martin Hawkins 1934 On January 20, 1934, Halkard A. Hawkins was listed in the newspaper article “Blaney Entertains Winnsboro Guest.“ 1946 Halkard A. Hawkins, 40, who operated a tailor shop at Fort Jackson until a few months ago and who was the Tolbert-Leevy Republican faction candidate for … Continue reading Halkard Asbury Hawkins

Ridgewood Camp Has Many Guests

RIDGEWOOD CAMP, Sept. 23 – The Women’s Home league of the Salvation Army conducted a visitation of cottages. The War Cry, the Army’s weekly publication was left with each patient. Mrs. Captain Ferking was in charge of the group. Mrs. Myrtle Russell was leader of the league, Mrs. Gertrude Roland, Mrs. Albert Mendenhall, Betty Turner, Janette Turner, Betty Watts, Mrs. Eva Davis and Leon White … Continue reading Ridgewood Camp Has Many Guests

Ridgewood Camp News

The Rev. J. V. Long, of the Lutheran church was a visitor at the camp Sunday. Visitors of Miss Mildred Smith included Captain Joyce Goodard, A. N. C. Station hospital, Roswell, New Mexico, Miss Idelle McCook and Miss Dorothy Marshalk of Aiken, and Miss Herman A. Rupie of Columbia. Visitors of the Eastern Star cottage, were Mrs. Miriam Bamberg and Mrs. John Harrison, of the … Continue reading Ridgewood Camp News

Negro Admits Killing In-Law On Highway

John Brown, 30-year-old Negro of Lugoff, yesterday confessed to Columbia detectives the killing on August 24 of his brother-in-law, Edward Spaights, also of Lugoff. Mrs. J. H. McLeod, sheriff of Kershaw county, said last night that Spaights was killed by being struck on the head with a stick on a lonely stretch of US highway No. 1 near Lugoff, between Camden and Blaney. Brown, in … Continue reading Negro Admits Killing In-Law On Highway

Lugoff Man Is Held, Admits Slaying Here

John Brown, 30, was turned over to Kershaw County officers after Columbia police said he confessed yesterday to Columbia officers that he killed his brother-in-law, Edward Spaights, on a lonely road between Camden August 24. Mrs. J. H. McLeod, Kershaw sheriff, said that Spaights was killed by a blow on the head. In the signed confession Brown said that he and Spaights had an argument … Continue reading Lugoff Man Is Held, Admits Slaying Here

Apply To Wed

Among application for licenses to wed were. Lawton Williams, Jr. of Denmark and Sarah Jane Norris of Lexington. Buck Connor and Dorice Lee Reed of Thomasville, N. C. John Evans of Henerson and Cora Herning of Thomasville, N. C. John William Robinson and Flora Wood of Columbia. Eugene Harrison and Jessie Mae Shepherd of Blaney. Jack Clifton Boylston of Blackville and Gloria Carolyn Morris of … Continue reading Apply To Wed

Blaney Woman Missing Here Since Aug. 24

Sheriff T. Alex Heise yesterday requested that any person knowing the whereabouts of Mrs. Essie Dawkins, 66, of Blaney, communicate with the sheriff’s office. Mrs. Dawkins, who has been missing from her home two miles north of Blaney since August 24, was described by relatives as being five feet, four inces tall, wighing 140 pounds, with blue eyes and gray hair. Relatives said she left … Continue reading Blaney Woman Missing Here Since Aug. 24