David Alexander Arrowood

David A Arrowood was born May 23, 1968 in Charlotte, he was a son of Cliford H Arrowood and Patsy Walters Arrowood. David A Arrowood, 22, of Elgin, passed away on Tuesday, February 19, 1991. Surviving were his parents of Elgin; a sister, Alice Winkler of Elgin; brother, John Arrowood and Mark Arrowood, both of Elgin, his maternal grandmother, Elenora Walters of Landis, N.C.; his … Continue reading David Alexander Arrowood

Rally to Honor Troops in Gulf

By JAN TUTEN Camden Bureau CAMDEN Neither Diana Broome nor Cheryl Faile have relatives in the Persian Gulf. But the two hair stylist shaved six customers’ head before sending them off to war. At Hair Ways on DeKalb Street in Camden, they’ve kept up with the soldiers overseas through customers with deployed sons, daughters and spouses. At night they’ve watched news accounts from the gulf … Continue reading Rally to Honor Troops in Gulf

Wait for liver transplant ends for minister’s wife

By Norma McLeanStaff Writer Joyce Fuller’s wait for a liver transplant ended Jan. 26 at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn. The life-saving call she and her husband, the Rev. Stanley Fuller, Minister of Spears Creek Baptist Church, had been waiting for came the afternoon before. When her beeper went off, she and fuller picked up her packed suitcase and headed for the hospital, where … Continue reading Wait for liver transplant ends for minister’s wife

Transplant ends wait for Fullers

By Norma McLeanStaff Writer Joyce Fuller’s wait for a liver transplant ended Jan. 26 at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn. The life-saving call she and her husband, the Rev. Stanley Fuller, Minister of Spears Creek Baptist Church, had been waiting for came the afternoon before. When her beeper went off, she and fuller picked up her packed suitcase and headed for the hospital, where … Continue reading Transplant ends wait for Fullers