Blaney Wreck Victim in Fairly Good Condition

Mrs. Ollie Heath of Blaney, who was injured in a head-on automobile collision Thrusday night about five miles out on the Farrow road, was termed as being in a “fairly good” condition by a Baptist hospital official. The car in which Mrs. Heath was a passenger was struck by a 1942 Chrysler driven by Samuel Roof, 25, of Route 3 Columbia. Both cars were termed … Continue reading Blaney Wreck Victim in Fairly Good Condition

Watts-Goff Wedding Held

The wedding of Miss Sara Logatha Watts and Rev. Bill E Goff took place September 30 in the Highway Pentecostal Holiness church, Blaney. The Rev. Leo Edwards, pastor, assisted by the Rev. C. B. Bigby, officiated using a double-ring ceremony. A program of music was furnished by Miss Miriam Jeffers, pianist, and the Rev. W. I. Jeffers, vocalist. The User was D. E. Jeffers, Jr. … Continue reading Watts-Goff Wedding Held

Houston T. Terry

1872 Houston T. Terry was born on April 16, 1872. 1950 Funeral arrangements for Heustus (Houston) T. Terry, 76, who was killed Thursday afternoon, October 19, 1950 when struck by an automobile, will be at 4 o’clock today, October 21, 1950 from Macedonia Baptist Church, by the Rev. Mr. Joy, pastor, assisted by Rev. A. L. Woods, pastor of Spears Creek Church. Survivors include his … Continue reading Houston T. Terry

Endora Magdalene Kelly Keith

1866 Endora Magdalene Kelly was born on 29 Oct 1866 in South Carolina, USA a child of James Thomas Kelly and Henrietta Brown Kelly. She had five siblings, namely: Minnie Kelly, Evelyn Gilbert Kelly, Carrie Viola Kelly, Benjamin Morgan Kelly, and James Logan Kelly. 1880 Eudora Kelley was counted in the census on 11 Jun 1880 in Columbia, Richland, South Carolina, USA as a thirteen-year-old, … Continue reading Endora Magdalene Kelly Keith

Pruitt To Hold Term Of Court For Kershaw

CAMDEN, Oct. 16 – The court of general session for Kershaw county will hold its fall term at the next local courthouse beginning next Monday. Judge William H. Grimball of Charleston is to preside over the court term. Jurors drawn for the term include J. M. Wooten, Blaney, Abe Hilton, Liberty Hill, C. E. Burnett, Kershaw, F. C. Humphries, Bethune, Louise F. Anderson, Camden, C. … Continue reading Pruitt To Hold Term Of Court For Kershaw

23 Furman Band Members Named

Greenville – Twenty-three new students have been awarded positions in Furman university’s marching band, Director Robert B. Cantrick has announced. The band, noted for its unique formation, performs for most of the university’s football games and will appear in Furman’s Homecoming Day parade Saturday, Oct. 21. Selected for the band were William Chapman of Inman, Michael Brandi of Bloomfield, N. J., Bruce Ford, James Richey … Continue reading 23 Furman Band Members Named

S. C. Killed, Wounded Men Are Listed

The Department of Defense today announced the following casualties in the Korean area: Killed In Action Pvt. William J. White, Jr., son of William J. White, Sr., Georgetown avenue, Naval Base. Pfc. Arthur D. Richards, son of Mrs. Jessie C. Richards, 870 Melton street, Spartanburg. Pfc. Hubert Rochester, son of Mrs. Sally Rochester, Rt. 2, Travelers. Wounded ARMY Pfc, Robert L. Grant, son of Mrs. … Continue reading S. C. Killed, Wounded Men Are Listed