Winnsboro Mills Pastor Visits In Birmingham

WINNSBORO MILLS, April 29 – The Rev. and MRs. G. C. Hamby left Monday for a visit with their daughter, Mrs. K. F. Ball, in Brimingham, Ala. They will return home for the weekend services. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Hamby, Joe Hamby, Mrs. Ava Lee Greer and Mrs. Ruth Kurchiel of La Grange, Ga., parents, brother and sisters of the Rev. G. C. Hamby, … Continue reading Winnsboro Mills Pastor Visits In Birmingham

Lawrence Vernon Brazell

1948 Lawrence Vernon Brazell was born January 31, 1948 in Florida. Lawrence Vernon Brazell, three-months-old son of Mrs. Leona Brazell of Blaney, died at 6:55 yesterday, morning, April 26, 1948 at the Columbia hospital following a short period of illness. Besides his mother, the infant is survived by his maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Brazell of Blaney. Funeral Services were conducted at 4 o’clock, … Continue reading Lawrence Vernon Brazell

Clemson Honor Fraternity Votes In 22 Students

Clemson – (Special) – Tiger brotherhood, Clemson honor leadership and service fraternity, recently voted 22 top ranking students into the organization. The new members were Jimmy Addison, Cottageville, secretary-treasurer of the junior class; Wayne Ballentine, Blythwood, chaplin; Douglas Barfield, Sumter; Bob Bradley, Greenville editor of the Tiger; Phelps Bultman, Sumter, art editor of Taps; Bill Darby, Fort Motte, president of Alpha Phi Omega; E. A. … Continue reading Clemson Honor Fraternity Votes In 22 Students

Salley Digs From Under Wreckage of Tornado

Pontiac Hit Glancing Blow By Twister Salley, April 8 – (Special) – Salley dug itself out today from the wreckage and debris of a tornadic windstorm which struck here early last night. Hardly a house in the town escaped some damage but there was no loss of life. Mrs. Alton Fogle, who lives one mile south of Salley and who was painfully injured by flying … Continue reading Salley Digs From Under Wreckage of Tornado