King Renamed Kershaw PMA Group Chief

CAMDEN, Dec. 21 – M. G. King, a Bethune farmer, has been reelected as chairman of the Kershaw County Production and Marketing administration committee.

He was named at a meeting here of the community committeemen, who had been chosen in elections held previously in their own areas.

Members of the county committee, besides Mr. King, include E. T. Pearce, Camden, vice chairman and L. P. Branham, Lugoff, regular member. John Bowers of Kershaw is the first alternate member and D. K. Stokes, Camden, second alternate, J. D. Crawford of Camden is the secretary and treasurer.

Committeemen elected fro 1952 in various communities include:

Antioch: Fred K. Smith, Lawton Truesdale and W. C. Holley; Arthur W. Joye, first alternate.

Baron DeKalb: P. A. McDowell, C. O. Dolan and C. W. Jordan; Alex Etters, first alternate.

Bethune: Bruce Jones, Ira B. Horton and Harold Copeland; Bethune McLaurin, first alternate.

Blaney: M. L. Barefield, H. W. Sanders and T. E. Campbell; J. Levi Branham, first alternate.

Boykin: W. R. Capehart, W. A. Boykin and J. L. Sweet; Sam Boykin first alternate.

Camden: C. P. DuBose, U. N. Myers and J. B. Cantey; J. B. McGuirt, first alternate.

Charlotte Thompson: E. C. Pearce, Sr., A. R. Holland and Frank McLeod; Dr. Herbert Schrelber, first alternate.

Kershaw: C. L. Truesdale, D. E. Baxley and John Bowers; Walter West, first alternate.

Midway: J. R. Teal, Landy Bowers and F. J. Gerald, Roy C. West, first alternate.

Liberty Hill; J. Abe Hilton, W. E. Cunningham and G. C. Truesdale; W. B. Fort, first alternate.

Lugoff: H. F. Branham, Luther Jones and Donald L. Truesdale; John Rabon, first alternate.

Mt. Pisgah; W. P. Sowell, C. B. Pate and Enoch Roberts; E. H. Reese, first alternate.

Oakland: F. C. Humphrey, Jr., H. R. Hall and T. H. McLauchlin; Robert Stokes, first alternate.

Pinegrove: H. G. Bell, J. A. Bell and Joe D. Barfield; John L. Gettys, first alternate.

Three C’s: E. L. Sowell, W. W. Cauthen and Carl L. Robinson; F. F. Broughton, first alternate.

December 21, 1951  Columbia Record (published as The Columbia Record)  Columbia, South Carolina
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