Frances Jemimah Jackson Hall

1882 Frances Jemimah Jackson Hall was born January 15, 1882 in Kershaw county, South Carolina, the only daughter Mr. James M. Jackson. 1951 Funeral services for Mrs. Frances J. Hall, wife of W. H. Hall of Blythewood who died Friday, will be held at 3 o’clock this afternoon from the Springvale Baptist church, near Lugoff. The Rev. George E. Walker, assisted by the Rev. Grady … Continue reading Frances Jemimah Jackson Hall

Teachers Participate in First Aide Training

Teachers in the picture above have taken first aide training under the instruction of Robert Forbes, special field worker with the National Red Cross. The course was aimed at training teachers as instructors so that the students in high school and colleges may be prepared in time of emergency or disaster to protect their lives and others. The class was sponsored by the state department … Continue reading Teachers Participate in First Aide Training

SC School Plans and Faculties Listed

BLANEY Blaney – The Blaney public school will open for the 1951-52 session on Thursday, September 6, at 9 a.m., according to an announcement by H. W. Rast, superintendent. A teachers’ meeting will be held on Wednesday, September 5 at 3:30 p.m. The faculty has been named as follows: First grade, Mrs. Charles E. DeLoaches and Mrs. Ruth B. King; second grade, Mrs. George D. … Continue reading SC School Plans and Faculties Listed

Dye to Head Fairfield Cooperative

Winnsboro – (Special) – About 500 persons recently attended the annual meeting of Fairfield Electric cooperative at Mount Zion school here. A safety award plaque was presented to the cooperative by the Hardware Mutual Insurance company for its program during the past year. F. F. Dye of Blackstock was elected President of the organization for the coming year. Other officers include Raymond McDaniel of Chester, … Continue reading Dye to Head Fairfield Cooperative

Kershaw Road Paving Plans Announced

Camden – (Special) – Upon the request of Senator J. Clator Arrants, the state highway department has prepared a statement listing the road sections in Kershaw county which are under construction at the present time, or which have been under construction since January 1, 1951. Also is a list of road construction items included in the current construction program on which work has not as … Continue reading Kershaw Road Paving Plans Announced

Call To Books To Sound Soon At Denmark

Denmark, Aug. 16 – The Denmark schools will open at 8:45 a.m. September 5, according to an announcement by L. J. Hendrix, Superintendent of the local school system. The faculty for the schools is announced as follows. High school; Mrs. Dessie Steadman Denmark, social science, Miss Frances Smith, Furman, commercial; Miss Elizabeth Cox, Conway, librarian and science; Miss Anne Reynolds, Pinewood, English; Miss Joyce Rose, … Continue reading Call To Books To Sound Soon At Denmark

SC School Facilities Listed

KERSHAW COUNTY Camden – Special) – Beginning on Tuesday, September 4, and continuing through Friday, the chant of the school term will be heard on every hand in Kershaw county as some 9,000 school children wend their way back to school rooms and classes. Last years, the total enrolment in Kershaw county school aggregate 8,253 pupils, of which 4,386 were Negroes and 3,865 white. It … Continue reading SC School Facilities Listed