Criminal Court Looms; Jurors Announced

The winter term of Richland county general sessions (criminal) Court will be open Monday, December 8, with a heavy docket, Solicitor T. Pou Taylor said yesterday. Already 44 cases were on file in the solicitors office and more work coming in daily. Judge Marvin M. Mann of St. Matthews will preside. Petit jurors for the first week of the term have been drawn. They are … Continue reading Criminal Court Looms; Jurors Announced

Fairfield Association Mission Rally Is Planned Here

The Rev. Wade H. Griffin, city missionary for the Baptists here, has announced that the Fairfield association annual mission rally will be held at the First Baptist church, Friday, December 5. There will be a turkey supper at 7:30 p.m. (75 cents) and the program will start at 8 p.m. Dr. C. C. Warren of the First Baptist Church of Charlotte, North Carolina, will be … Continue reading Fairfield Association Mission Rally Is Planned Here

Blaney Homemakers Hold Meeting

The November meeting of the Blaney Junior Homemakers’ association was held November 18 in the Home Economics department. Miss Anne Sturkie, president, called the meeting to order, after which the entire group entered in the singing of the J. H. A. song. Miss Wilma Motley, secretary, called the roll and read the minutes of the previous meeting. Miss Sturkie turned the meeting over to the … Continue reading Blaney Homemakers Hold Meeting

Demonstration of Tree Planter Here Dec. 4; State Schedule Given

Demonstration of state forestry commission’s new mechanical tree planter will be made in Richland county at Columbia and Blaney December 4, Albin A. Lehocky of Camden, district forester, announced yesterday. The exhibitions in this county will be held at 10 o’clock Thursday morning, December 4, on land owned by G. P. Moore at Blaney, where 5,000 seedlings will be planted, and at Bella Vista garden, … Continue reading Demonstration of Tree Planter Here Dec. 4; State Schedule Given

Miss Hawley, Mr. Griffin Are Married

The wedding of Miss Elizabeth Meade Hawley and Peter Evans Griffin, Jr., of Columbia, took place at 7 p.m, November 1 in Sandy level Baptist Church, Blythewood, Dr. Louise J. Bristow of New Orleans, La., uncle of the bride, officiated. Miss Gwendolyn Hoover of Batesburg, organized, and Mrs. James F. Dobson of Graduate, vocal soloist and aunt of the bride, furnished the wedding music. The … Continue reading Miss Hawley, Mr. Griffin Are Married

Common Pleas Jury List Drawn Here

Jurors have been drawn by the Richland jury commission to serve at the December 1 week of Richland county common pleas court before Judge M. M. Mann of St Matthews. The common pleas term open yesterday and will continue throughout the first week of December. The panel for the first week in December will be as follows: S. E. Slice of Route 3, Chapin; W. … Continue reading Common Pleas Jury List Drawn Here

AME Appointment Read as Annual Conference Ends

By W. R. Bowman Around 3000 persons from Newberry, Spartanburg, Winnsboro, union and other places attended the final sessions of the Columbia African Methodist Episcopal last Sunday in Columbia at Bethel church. The balcony was crowded to capacity with scores of people unable to find seats. The fellowship offering in the Sunday school was $404.67 and the special offering for Allen university Friday night was … Continue reading AME Appointment Read as Annual Conference Ends

September Report – Funds From State Beer Tax Returned to Cities, Towns

Cities in towns and central South Carolina received a total of $8699.51 from the state tax on beer for the month of September, state tax commission figures disclose this week. The commission distributed funds totaling $31,981.75 from the tax on beer and wine. Since beer produces about $.90 of the combined revenue, the figures show that beer alone brought a total of $28,783.58 to the … Continue reading September Report – Funds From State Beer Tax Returned to Cities, Towns