1921 Observer
Newspaper abstracts by Edith Greisser
Newberry County, South Carolina Genealogy Trails

Ramseur, Walter was appointed secretary to US Congressman Fred Dominick, details, Observer 3/29/1921, p1

Reagin, Grace Burton Miss had a T&A, Observer 7/22/1921, p1

Reagin, Horace married Miss Louise Kyzer both of Lexington SC at the Parsonage of Grace Lutheran Church officiated by Rev. Charles J. Shealy on 4/24/1921. After the ceremony a tea was held by the aunt and uncle of the groom, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Mathis, Observer 4/26/1921, p1

Reames, J. W. pharmacist of Greenville committed suicide, Observer 5/24/1921, p8

Reames, Orlando lived with his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Bedenbaugh. He attended the funeral of his father Dr. J. W. Reames at John ston SC. Observer 5/31/1921, p5

RED CROSS of Newberry – a list of the members in the County, Observer 1/21/1921, p6

Reddick, Frank had to destroy his dog after it was bitten by a stray dog with rabies, Observer 6/28/1921, p8

Reeder, Claude A. and bride of Effingham GA were visiting in Newberry, Observer 1/25/1921, p8

Reeder, George colored 25 years old shot his wife 5/11/1921 near Tranwood. He stuck a rifle through a window and shot her in the small of the back, later claiming it was an accident; details, Observer 5/13/1921, p4

Reeder, Raymond who worked in Pittsburg PA visited folks in Newberry, Observer 1/25/1921, p8

Reeder, Rosabelle and common law husband had a ‘cutting’ scrape on 8/13/1921. He cut her in the back and she cut him on the face. Both were fined and paid, Observer 8/16/1921, p8

Reese, Melissa C. advertised for the return of a lost fountain pen, Observer 3/15/1921, p8

Reeves, George Mrs. of Newberry was the daughter of Drury William Holt who died 3/6/1921 and the sister of Pet Holt, Mrs. J. Horn of Saluda and M. L. Holt of Columbia, Observer 3/8/1921, p8

Reid, Josie Miss hosted a social, details, Observer 12/6/1921, p1

Reid, W. R. Jr. was elected a member of the Entertainment Committee of American Legion Post 24 for 1922, Observer 11/15/1921, p1

Reid, W. R. Sr. and Robert G. Wallace Sr. bought the business of the ARMY GOODS STORE of George W. Summer Co. at the corner of Caldwell & Boyce Street, Observer 1/14/1921, p8

Reid, W. R. was drawn to serve in Federal Court of Greenwood SC for 1921, Observer 1/4/1921, p8; he sold his interest in the business of Reid & Wallace to Robert G. Wallace Jr. and will continue at the same place under the name of R. G. Wallace & Son, Observer 9/9/1921, p5; he sold four lots near the RR Station to I. T. Timmerman for $5500, Observer 9/30/921, p1

Reid, Will Jr. and the story of a hunting party on Thanksgiving day, Observer 11/29/1921, p8

Rembert, Arthur G. Dr. will marry Miss Alice Jones at the home of her mother Mrs. Tilla V. Jones at Ridge Spring SC on 7/12/1921, details, Observer 7/12/1921, p8; about the wedding, Observer 7/15/1921, p1

Renwick, J. R. had new twin boys (J. E. and J. H. Renwick), Observer 1/7/1921, p8

Renwick, Margaret Miss married Henry T. Fellers Jr. at the home of the bride’s mother Mrs. M. A. Renwick on 8/4/1921 officiated by Rev. Dr. J. W. Carson; great details, Observer 8/9/1921, p1

Rice, Frances Stewart Miss (Mrs. T. P. Scott) 27 years old of Whitmire SC, wife of T. P. Scott and daughter of W. G. Rice of Coronaca, died 1/18/1921. She was survived by sisters Mrs. L. B. Anderson of Spartanburg Mrs. D. B. Auston of Columbus Ohio, brothers G. H. Rice Jr. of Columbia SC and Guy Rice of Charlotte NC. Funeral will be in Whitmire, Observer 1/21/1921, p5; CARD OF THANKS, Observer 1/25/1921, p4

Rice, Godfrey COURT, violation of prohibition; pleaded guilty, 1 year on the chain gang with sentence suspended after 3 months of good behavior, Observer 3/22/1921, p1; Observer 3/25/1921, p5

Richardson, J. Walter was elected Banker of Pomaria WOW for the year 1921, Observer 1/7/1921, p1; he lost his store and contents to fire, no insurance, Observer 9/6/1921, p8

Richardson, Olive Miss married M. E. K. Glymph on 10/6/1921 at the home of the bride’s parents Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Richardson officiated by Rev. H. A. Kistler, Observer 10/11/1921, p4 & Observer 10/14/1921, p1

Richardson, T. B. Magistrate was wounded in trying to arrest operators of a still in Newberry County, Observer 10/25/1921, p8

Riddle, Jimmie Lee married Miss Vera Metts of the Wheeland Community near Little Mountain on 11/19/1921 officiated by Rev. J. B. Harmon at the Mt. Tabor Parsonage, Observer 11/25/1921, p4

Riddle, Ruth Miss of Little Mountain married Clarence Counts of Newberry County at Mt. Tabor Lutheran Parsonage on 1/25/1921 officiated by Rev. J. B. Harmon. The groom worked in Florence SC. Honeymoon was in FL, Observer 2/1/1921, p5

Rikard, Addie Miss of Columbia SC was the daughter of J. A. and Mary Summer Rikard. She was the sister to George Rikard of Columbia SC, Pearl Rikard of Atlanta GA, Elmer Rikard of Charleston SC, Mrs. Lula Glover of Columbia and Mrs. Pet Baker of Bartow FL. Observer 4/12/1921, p8

Rikard, Elmer of Charleston SC was the son of J. A. and Mary Summer Rikard. He was the brother to George Rikard of Columbia SC, Pearl Rikard of Atlanta GA, Mrs. Pet Baker of Bartow FL, Mrs. Lula Glover of Columbia and Miss Addie Rikard of Columbia SC. Observer 4/12/1921, p8

Rikard, George of Columbia SC was the son of J. A. and Mary Summer Rikard. He was the brother to Pearl Rikard of Atlanta GA, Elmer Rikard of Charleston SC, Mrs. Pet Baker of Bartow FL, Mrs. Lula Glover of Columbia and Miss Addie Rikard of Columbia SC. Observer 4/12/1921, p8

Rikard, George S. was taken to Columbia Hospital for treatment, Observer 8/2/1921, p1

Rikard, Ida colored COURT arson; not guilty, Observer 3/25/1921, p5

Rikard, Mary Summer Mrs. wife of J. A. Rikard died at her home at 942 Cline St. on 4/8/1921 of a stroke of paralysis. She was survived by a husband and six children: Pearl Rikard of Atlanta GA, George Rikard of Columbia SC, Elmer Rikard of Charleston SC, Mrs. Pet Baker of Bartow FL, Mrs. Lula Glover of Columbia and Miss Addie Rikard of Columbia SC. Burial was in Baxter Memorial Cemetery. Observer 4/12/1921, p8; CARD OF THANKS, Observer 4/12/1921, p8

Rikard, Pearl of Atlanta GA was the son of J. A. and Mary Summer Rikard. He was the brother to George Rikard of Columbia SC, Elmer Rikard of Charleston SC, Mrs. Pet Baker of Bartow FL, Mrs. Lula Glover of Columbia and Miss Addie Rikard of Columbia SC. Observer 4/12/1921, p8

Riley, Wells A. 48 years old died at Greenwood Hospital. He was born 5/5/1873, son of Thomas F. Riley, details, Observer 1/25/1921, p1

Ringer, John Mrs. was the daughter of Asa and Mary Oxner and the sister to Malcomb T. Oxner and Mrs. John T. Oxner, Observer 9/23/1921, p8

Ringer, Mattie Miss married Arthur Long both of Pomaria on 9/4/21921 officiated by Rev. H. A. Kistler, Observer 9/13/1921, p4

Ringer, W. J. Mrs. was elected Inner Sentinel of Pomaria Woodmen Circle No. 188 for the year 1921, Observer 1/7/1921, p1

Ringer, Wilbur J. was elected Watchman of Pomaria WOW for the year 1921, Observer 1/7/1921, p1

Rivers, J. Horace Mrs. of Atlanta GA was the sister of Jesse Bouknight who died 4/10/1921, Lee Bouknight of Newberry and Mrs. W. M. Dorn of Edgefield SC. Observer 4/15/1921, p5

Rivers, M. C. Mrs. of Columbia was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Folk of Pomaria and sister to G. H. Folk who died 8/3/1921, T. B. Folk of Palulah Louisiana, T. H. Folk of Rushton Louisiana, J. H. Folk of Baxley GA, C. E. Folk of Raleigh NC, M. H. Folk Jr. of West VA and Miss Carrie Folk of Pomaria SC. Observer 8/16/1921, p8

Rivers, Thomas E. Dr. of Newberry married Miss Frances Wheeler at the home of the bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Wheeler 1934 Harper Street on 11/23/1921 officiated by Rev. Dr. J. L. Daniel, Observer 11/25/1921, p1

Robertson, George colored COURT malicious wounding of an animal; guilty $100 fine or 30 days; fine reduced to $50 and paid, Observer 3/25/1921, p5

Robertson, John who was in an office at the corner of Nance & Boyce Streets went into his back yard to feed his chickens and was attacked by a cat, details, Observer 11/4/1921, p5

Robertson, Spencer colored COURT disposing of property under lien, Observer 3/25/1921, p5

Robinson, G. L. Mrs. attended a funeral in Sally SC for her nephew who was killed in France in 1918, Observer 6/7/1921, p1

Robinson, G. L. was elected Prosperity Town Clerk for the year, Observer 5/13/1921, p1

Robinson, Mr. who works with the crew on the city sewerage contract was an ex-sailor or soldier. At the circus he accepted the challenge in wrestling, once in the afternoon and again the same night and won $50. Observer 10/14/1921, p8

Roe, Mrs. of Laurens heard the cries of her 5-years old daughter but could do nothing to rescue her while she burned to death, details, Observer 4/12/1921, p6

ROTARY CLUB of Newberry – about the luncheon, Observer 1/14/1921, p8 and Observer 1/28/1921, p8 and Observer 2/11/1921, p1; roster of members, Observer 2/11/1921, p4; report of the meeting, Observer 3/15/1921, p5; about the luncheon, Observer 3/25/1921, p1 and Observer 4/8/1921, p8 and Observer 4/22/1921, p1; election of officers, Observer 4/26/1921, p8; about the meeting and luncheon, Observer 5/6/1921, p1; a luncheon given for the graduating class of Newberry College, Observer 5/20/1921, p1; a report on the most recent meeting, Observer 6/21/1921, p1; & Observer 7/1/1921, p1; Observer 7/22/1921, p1; Observer 7/29/1921 p6; Observer 8/30/1921, p1; about the speaker, Mr. Hinnant, who will give a talk 9/21, Observer 9/16/1921, p1; about his talk on ‘Boy’s Work’; a report on a luncheon meeting, Observer 9/23/1921, p1; a report on the conference, Observer 9/30/921, p1; about the meeting, Observer 10/7/1921, p1 and Observer 11/4/1921, p1; about the meeting – Limericks recited at the meeting, Observer 11/18/1921, p1; another meeting report with more limericks, Observer 12/2/1921, p4

Ruff, Edna Miss was a 1921 graduate of Lenoir College, Hickory NC, Observer 5/24/1921, p1

Rush, W. P. of Greenwood had his life threatened by Ernest Chappell, details, Observer 8/23/1921, p1

Russell, Ruby Miss married C. J. Williamson on 2/9/1921 at the home of Dr. Jacob S. Wheeler officiated by Rev. Charles J. Shealy. The bride was the youngest daughter of Henry Russell. When her parents died she lived with her brother-in-law Dr. J. S. Wheeler and recently moved to the home of her sister Mrs. Fincher of Jacksonville FL. The groom was from Jacksonville FL where the couple will reside, Observer 2/11/1921, p1

Rutherford, Fitzgerald was hired as assistant to Mr. McCaughrin at the Oakland Mill. Observer 10/28/1921, p8

Sale, G. G. Mrs. of Newberry was the daughter of Mrs. M. A. Huit. She was the sister of Joseph E. Huiet who died 2/2/1921, W. F. Huiet of Atlanta, Mrs. S. H. McLean of Columbia, Mrs. W. E. Lawson of NY, Mrs. J. A. Caldwell of Newberry, Dr. M. D. Huiet of Union SC and Mrs. R. P. Coleman of Saluda SC. Observer 2/15/1921, p6

Sale, Gilmer worked for Standard Oil in Charleston SC. Observer 7/12/1921, p8

Salter, Otway sold his interest in a partnership to T. E. Salter both in the photo and music lines, Observer 2/22/1921, p8

Salter, T. E. bought out his partner Otway Salter both in the photo and music lines, Observer 2/22/1921, p8

Sam, C. W. will move on 2/1/1921. His store at 1208 College St. (under the National Hotel) will be rented to A. J. Patrick, Observer 1/28/1921, p8; C. W. Sam moved to a store on Friend Street vacated by the Coca Cola Co. Observer 2/1/1921, p8

Sam, Joe Chinese laundryman went to Columbia for treatment, Observer 11/11/1921, p8

Sample, Herndon fell off his bicycle and broke his left arm just above the wrist, Observer 11/8/1921, p1

Sample, J. C. had a new daughter born 11/27/1921, Observer 11/29/1921, p8

Sanders, Alice Miss married John Bryson on 10/12/1921 at Bush River Church Parsonage officiated by Rev. R. H. Burris, details, Observer 10/21/1921, p8

Sanders, Nell Miss of Kinards married W. P. Uldrick of Abbeville SC on 12/28/1921 at Central Methodist Church Parsonage officiated by Rev. J. L. Daniel, Observer 12/30/1921, p1

Sanders, T. M. advertised two mules for sale, Observer 3/15/1921, p8

Sanders, Tom Mrs. of Georgetown SC was the sister of Mrs. Brite Clary Maynard who died 12/27/1921, W. F. Clary, J. H. Clary, W. M. Clary, and J. R. Clary, W. E. Clary, Mrs. J. S. Floyd of Newberry and Mrs. Minnie Wallace of Newberry SC. Observer 12/30/1921, p5

Saner, C. F. Dr. G. Y. Hunter and Dr. J. S. Wheeler lost their sawmill and planning machine business in a fire, details, no insurance; $35,000 loss, Observer 10/11/1921, p2

Saner, Ethel Miss was elected President of the WILLIAM LESTER chapter UDC for the ensuing year, Observer 10/11/1921, p2

Saner, Ethel was a member of the Class of 1921, Newberry College, Observer 5/20/1921, p1

Saner, Juanita Miss will start in Nurses Training in the Columbia Hospital, Observer 8/30/1921, p1

Sanford, Fannie Miss married L. I. Epting at the home of Miss Fannie Ramage on 4/12/1921 officiated by Rev. E. V. Babb. Honeymoon was in FL, Observer 4/15/1921, p5

Satterwhite, Irvin Dr. and wife were rooming at the home of Dr. W. E. Pelham 1704 College St. Observer 9/13/1921, p8

Sawyer, John F. shot and killed his brother-in-law Erskine Hall who had whipped his wife, a sister of John Sawyer, details, Observer 1/25/1921, p1

Schenck, Mrs. hosted a social, Observer 6/21/1921, p1

Schenck, W. C. Mrs. hosted a social, details, Observer 12/6/1921, p1

Schultz, C. F. Mrs. deceased – a CARD OF THANKS from her family, Observer 2/18/1921, p8

Schultz, W. F. bought at MASTER SALE 186 acres for $2500, Observer 11/8/1921, p1

Schumpert, C. C. Newberry County Treasurer was badly hurt when his buggy and Ned Purcell’s auto collided on Main Street on 10/6/1921, details, Observer 10/11/1921, p8

Schumpert, Fredna Miss hosted a social, details, Observer 12/2/1921, p4

Schumpert, H. W. was elected 1922 Warden for Newberry Commandery, Observer 12/23/1921, p1

Schumpert, J. C. Mrs. – about her quilting party, Observer 1/18/1921, p1

Schumpert, John Richard of the 7th grade Boundary Street School, son of D. Ed Schumpert, was now recovering from a severe case of double pneumonia, Observer 3/25/1921, p8; he was improving after surgery done 4/7/1921 to remove water from the lungs, Observer 4/8/1921, p8; he was brought home to Newberry, Observer 4/29/1921, p8

Schumpert, L. B. accepted a position with Copeland Bros. Observer 1/21/1921, p8

Schumpert, Levy was working at the Globe Dry Goods market, Observer 5/6/1921, p8

Schumpert, O. L. Mrs. hosted a Christmas social, details, Observer 12/30/1921, p5

Schumpert, Randolph of TN and Miss Avice Hunt of Saluda visited their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Schumpert, Observer 6/28/1921, p1

Schwartz, Paul 38 years old of near Chappells died of heart trouble on 9/17/1921. Burial was in the cemetery of Cross Roads Church. He was survived by a wife and one child. Observer 9/20/1921, p8

SCOTT BUILDING was located at 1015 Caldwell Street, Observer 9/13/1921, p5

Scott, Alex of McColl SC shot and killed his wife Tildy Scott 40 years old on 12/24/1920, details, Observer 1/4/1921, p8

Scott, P. E. Mrs. hosted a social, details, Observer 5/31/1921, p5; Observer 12/6/1921, p1

Scott, T. P. Mrs. 27 years old of Whitmire SC (Nee Frances Stewart Rice), wife of T. P. Scott and daughter of W. G. Rice of Coronaca, died 1/18/1921. She was survived by sisters Mrs. L. B. Anderson of Spartanburg Mrs. D. B. Auston of Columbus Ohio, brothers G. H. Rice Jr. of Columbia SC and Guy Rice of Charlotte NC. Funeral will be in Whitmire, Observer 1/21/1921, p5; CARD OF THANKS, Observer 1/25/1921, p4

Scurry, B. M. was installed as a member of Finance Committee of American Legion Post 24 of Newberry SC, Observer 1/7/1921, p1

Scurry, Ferd was installed as Adjutant of American Legion Post 24 of Newberry SC, Observer 1/7/1921, p1

Scurry, Fred was taking a business course in Columbia SC. Observer 5/24/1921, p8

Scurry, Henry colored COURT, Housebreaking & larceny, nol prossed, Observer 3/25/1921, p5

Scurry, Mattie Belle colored COURT, Housebreaking & larceny, nol prossed, Observer 3/25/1921, p5

Scurry, Pope went into business in Columbia SC. Observer 4/12/1921, p5

Sease, Ann M. Miss daughter of J. Leonard Sease had married Benjamin Halfacre. Their children were: David L. Halfacre, Crenshaw B. Halfacre, John H. Halfacre, Mrs. Ed Feagle, Mrs. Ann Burns, Mrs. Sam Cook, Miss Lottie Lee Halfacre and Mattie Halfacre. Observer 11/25/1921, p1

Sease, Daniel Elijah died at his home in Newberry on 5/12/1921 with burial in Rosemont Cemetery with Masonic Rites. He was born 9/29/1825 in Lexington SC but lived in Newberry most of his life. His wife died a few months ago at the age of 90 years. He was survived by a brother G. Luke Sease and children: J. J. Sease, Mrs. J. C. Epting, Mrs. Haley Epting, Miss Irving Elizabeth Sease all of Newberry and Henry D. Sease of NC. Observer 5/13/1921, p8

Sease, G. Luke of Newberry was the brother of Daniel Elijah Sease who died 5/12/1921 and uncle to J. J. Sease, Mrs. J. C. Epting, Mrs. Haley Epting, Miss Irving Elizabeth Sease all of Newberry and Henry D. Sease of NC. Observer 5/13/1921, p8

Sease, Henry D. of NC was the son of Daniel Elijah Sease who died 5/12/1921, nephew to G. Luke Sease and brother to Mrs. J. C. Epting, Mrs. Haley Epting, Miss Irving Elizabeth Sease and J. J. Sease all of Newberry. Observer 5/13/1921, p8

Sease, Irving Elizabeth Miss of Newberry was the daughter of Daniel Elijah Sease who died 5/12/1921, niece to G. Luke Sease and sister to J. J. Sease, Mrs. Haley Epting, Mrs. J. C. Epting all of Newberry and Henry D. Sease of NC. Observer 5/13/1921, p8

Sease, J. A. was elected alderman of Prosperity SC for 1921, Observer 3/18/1921, p4

Sease, J. H. of Prosperity SC was visited by his sons Dr. Cyril Sease and family of Richmond VA and Dr. Evans Sease of Greenville SC. Observer 4/26/1921, p1

Sease, J. J. of Newberry was the son of Daniel Elijah Sease who died 5/12/1921, nephew to G. Luke Sease and brother to Mrs. J. C. Epting, Mrs. Haley Epting, Miss Irving Elizabeth Sease all of Newberry and Henry D. Sease of NC. Observer 5/13/1921, p8; J. J. Sease of Reeder Township lost five hogs to lightning on 5/11/1921, Observer 5/13/1921, p4

Sease, Jack had several of his cattle infected with ‘black leg’ a highly contagious bacilli, Observer 5/31/1921, p8

Sease, Ralph W. was a 1921 graduate of Charleston Medical College, Observer 6/10/1921, p8

Sease, Thomas S. Judge will marry Miss Eunice Calhoun of Abbeville SC; about the engagement party, Observer 6/10/1921, p1; Judge Thomas Sidney Sease married Eunice Perrin Calhoun on 7/12/1921 in Washington GA. Observer 7/15/1921, p1; Judge Thomas S. Sease of Spartanburg was fined $10 in Greenwood for speeding, Observer 11/11/1921, p6

Seawell, T. M. Mrs. hosted a social, details, Observer 10/14/1921, p1

Seawell, Thomas M. of the Winnsboro News & Herald bought half interest of the Newberry Observer from W. H. Wallace, details. Observer 3/1/1921, p4; he and his family were boarding in rooms at the house of Mrs. O. L. Schumpert, Observer 3/4/1921, p8; he and his family moved to the home at 1600 Harrington St. Observer 5/3/1921, p5; T. M. Seawall sold his interest in the Observer to W. H. Wallace but will remain as advertising manager, Observer 11/22/1921, p8; he accepted the position of business manager of the Morning Sun of Gainesville FL. Observer 12/30/1921, p3

Senn, David N. 81 years old a native of Newberry died at the home of his son W. T. Senn in Laurens on 4/26/1921. He was a confederate veteran, Co. B, 3rd Regt. and lived in Laurens for the past thirty years, Observer 5/3/1921, p1

Senn, J. Ed was in the Baptist Hospital and may require surgery, Observer 11/4/1921, p5; he returned home much improved, Observer 11/15/1921, p8

Senn, William 14 years old son of Ed Senn broke both bones of his forearm on 1/15/1921 while cranking a motor truck. Observer 1/18/1921, p1

Setzler, A. had a new girl (Mary Louise Setzler), Observer 1/7/1921, p8

Setzler, G. Breaker Dr. and wife of the Univ. of VA were visiting in Pomaria, Observer 12/30/1921, p8

Setzler, J. B. Dr. was elected 1921 member of the Board of Directors of the Newberry Kiwanis Club, Observer 1/21/1921, p8

Setzler, James P. was elected Clerk of Pomaria WOW for the year 1921, Observer 1/7/1921, p1

Setzler, John B. was installed as Commander of American Legion Post 24 of Newberry SC, Observer 1/7/1921, p1; he was elected a member of the Finance Committee and PUBLICITY OFFICER of American Legion Post 24 for 1922, Observer 11/15/1921, p1

Setzler, Sam colored of near Pomaria was accidentally shot in the face by his wife on 4/27/1921. She was released on Bond, Observer 5/6/1921, p8

Setzler, T. A. Mrs. was elected Chaplain of Pomaria Woodmen Circle No. 188 for the year 1921, Observer 1/7/1921, p1

Setzler, Thomas A. was elected Advisor Lieutenant of Pomaria WOW for the year 1921, Observer 1/7/1921, p1

Setzler, Thomas moved into his newly renovated home at 1316 College Street, Observer 1/7/1921, p8

Seybt, Alma Mrs. of Pomaria was the daughter of John C. Sligh who died 4/16/1921 and sister to Mrs. Mattie Crooks of Newberry, Mrs. B. S. Wicker and Mrs. G. W. Seybt of Pomaria. Observer 4/19/1921, p4

Seybt, G. W. Mrs. of Pomaria was the daughter of John C. Sligh who died 4/16/1921 and sister to Mrs. Alma Seybt, Mrs. B. S. Wicker of Pomaria and Mrs. Mattie Crooks of Newberry. Observer 4/19/1921, p4

Sharp, J. E. 55 years old of Camden County SC was shot and killed by his son Robert Sharp 32 years old, Observer 9/9/1921, p2

Sharpe, J. F. Mrs. of Landrum was the daughter of J. A. Tallant and his wife Cynthia Mitchell Tallant. She was the niece to W. L. Mitchell of Rutherfordton NC and V. E. Mitchell of Rutherfordton NC and the sister to Mrs. W. B. Martin of Silverstreet, Mrs. Mack Cromer of Landrum, Mrs. James Copeland of Landrum, Mrs. Collier Tanner of Spartanburg. Observer 5/13/1921, p8

Shealy, Charles J. Rev. resigned as pastor of Grace Lutheran Church effective 2/1/1922 when he will become pastor at Cameron SC; Black Bear Troop on Thanksgiving, Observer 11/29/1921, p2

Shealy, H. L. Mrs. who had been critically ill was improving, Observer 9/9/1921, p6

Shealy, H. L. was elected alderman of Prosperity SC for 1921, Observer 3/18/1921, p4

Shealy, J. A. Rev. of Prosperity accepted the pastorate at Church of the Incarnation at Shandon. He recently finished post graduate work at Mt. Airy seminary in Phila. Observer 5/24/1921, p1

Shealy, J. Clinton bought the home with 50 acres of land of the late Z. W. Bedenbaugh at Prosperity SC, Observer 3/1/1921, p1

Shealy, Jacob L. of Little Mountain married Miss Lorene Fulmer of the Fairview section of the county at Mt. Tabor Lutheran Parsonage, officiated by Rev. J. B. Harman on 4/2/1921. The bride was a teacher in the Macedonia School of Lexington SC. Observer 4/8/1921, p4

Shealy, James Luther 8 months old son of Coker Shealy of Little Mountain was accidentally killed 4/11/1921 in a freak incident; burial was in Piney Woods Cemetery, details, Observer 4/15/1921, p1

SHEALY, JOHN A. FAMILY REUNION – took place 8/6/1921; John A. Shealy 72 years old and 69 years old wife (Nee Happie Boland) had been married 50 years, details, Observer 8/16/1921, p8

Shealy, L. A. and wife printed a CARD OF THANKS for the care given to their son, Observer 8/9/1921, p8

Shealy, Lonny married Miss Leona Stockman on 11/12/1921 at St. Paul’s Lutheran Parsonage officiated by Rev. S. P. Koon, details, Observer 11/18/1921, p4

Shealy, Pat W. – about the FAMILY REUNION held 9/2/1921 – 35 attended, details and names, Observer 9/9/1921, p4

Shealy, Sarah E. 95 years old of Lexington died recently. She was the mother of T. L. Shealy of Prosperity SC, Observer 6/21/1921, p1

Shealy, T. B. married Miss Ruth Epting on 8/8/1921 officiated by Rev. H. A. Kestler. The bride was the daughter of George Epting, Observer 8/9/1921, p4

Shealy, Thompson L. and family of Prosperity moved to Newberry and moved into the house at 1316 College St. Observer 12/30/1921, p5

Shealy, W. R. was a member of the Class of 1921, Newberry College, Observer 5/20/1921, p1

Sheely, Eva Mae Miss married Wilbur E. Dowd both of Little Mountain on 8/3/1921, at St. Paul’s Parsonage officiated by Rev. S.P. Koon, Observer 8/9/1921, p8

Shell, John ‘Uncle’ celebrated his 133rd birthday at his home at Greasy Creek Leslie County KY. He was born 1798 when KY was part of VA, Observer 10/7/1921, p7

Shelton, David and Richard Davenport purchased at MASTER SALE on 1/3/1921 100 acres for $1,000; 113 acres for $2600; 80 acres for $1200; .25 acre in town for $55, Observer 1/4/1921, p8

Sheppard, S. D. was the father of a new boy born 6/15/1921, Observer 6/21/1921, p8

Sherard, Hale Jr. 2.5 years old died in his mothers lap during an auto ride. He had recently recovered from whooping cough. Burial was in ‘96’, details, Observer 5/3/1921, p1

Sherard, W. M. of Whitmire SC returned from the Charlotte Sanatorium after surgery to remove his tonsils, Observer 10/21/1921, p4

Shockley, Guy B. of Clinton was the son of John Dee Shockley and Emma Ada Shockley and brother to Mrs. Welch Wilmer of Newberry SC, Surry D. Shockley who died 6/18/1921 at Colorado Springs, CO and Mrs. C. E. Black of Columbia SC. Observer 6/21/1921, p1

Shockley, Surry D. died 6/18/1921 at Colorado Springs, CO. He was the son of John Dee Shockley and Emma Ada Shockley and brother to Mrs. Welch Wilmer of Newberry, Guy B. Shockley of Clinton and Mrs. C. E. Black of Columbia SC. Observer 6/21/1921, p1

SHRINER’S OF NEWBERRY – a summary of the convention in Greenville on 5/26/1921, Observer 5/17/1921, p1 and Observer 5/31/1921, p1

Shuler, Hubert Lamar married Miss Eloise Hipp daughter of Richard Hampton Hipp on 11/22/1921 at the home of the bride’s father at Pomaria SC. Great details were given, Observer 12/2/1921, p1

SILVERSTREET SC – three stores were broken into on the night of 1/24/1921 and also the RR depot, details, Observer 1/28/1921, p1; news of the area, Observer 9/13/1921, p1

Simmons, J. W. M. Mrs. hosted a social, details, Observer 5/24/1921, p1

Simpson, Ed colored of near Belfast on the farm of Herbert Wallace lost his barn by fire along with feed and an automobile. Everything was consumed except the iron, Observer 1/14/1921, p1

Simpson, O. M. was re-elected Mayor of Prosperity SC, Observer 3/18/1921, p4

Sims, Neely COURT, larceny; 30 days on the chain gang, Observer 3/22/1921, p1; colored COURT, housebreaking & larceny; pleaded guilty of petty larceny; 30 days in the county jail, Observer 3/25/1921, p5

Sims, Vera Miss married J. H. Singleton of Whitmire, details, Observer 11/18/1921, p4

Singleton, J. H. of Whitmire married Miss Vera Sims, details, Observer 11/18/1921, p4

Singley, Annie married James D. Luther at the Prosperity Lutheran Parsonage officiated by Rev. Charles J. Shealy. The bride was the daughter of J. C. Singley, details, Observer 1/11/1921, p4

Singley, Edward of Columbia SC was the son of Mrs. Rebecca Elizabeth Singley who died 10/21/1921; he was the brother to John J. Singley of Prosperity SC and Mrs. Pinckney Lorick of Columbia SC; he was the nephew to Mrs. M. W. Bedenbaugh of Prosperity, Mrs. Lawson Lever of Ballentine SC and Dr. S. J. Derrick of Newberry College. Observer 10/25/1921, p2

Singley, Joe broke both bones in his right arm on 11/18/1921 while cranking an auto, Observer 11/22/1921, p2

Singley, John J. of Prosperity was the son of Mrs. Rebecca Elizabeth Singley who died 10/21/1921; he was the brother to Edward Singley of Columbia SC and Mrs. Pinckney Lorick of Columbia SC; he was the nephew to Mrs. M. W. Bedenbaugh of Prosperity, Mrs. Lawson Lever of Ballentine SC and Dr. S. J. Derrick of Newberry College. Observer 10/25/1921, p2

Singley, L. K. will teach at Newnan, GA. Observer 9/9/1921, p6

Singley, R. E. of Prosperity married Miss Vera Dominick of Newberry on 11/28/1921 at Central Methodist Parsonage officiated by Rev. J. W. Daniel, Observer 12/2/1921, p1

Singley, Rebecca Elizabeth Mrs. 78 years old of Prosperity died 10/21/1921 at the home of her son J. J. Singley with burial in the cemetery of St. Paul’s Lutheran Church. She was survived by children: John J. Singley of Prosperity, Edward Singley of Columbia SC, Mrs. Pinckney Lorick of Columbia SC; her surviving siblings were Mrs. M. W. Bedenbaugh of Prosperity, Mrs. Lawson Lever of Ballentine SC and Dr. S. J. Derrick of Newberry College. Observer 10/25/1921, p2

Singley, W. L. was a member of the Class of 1921, Newberry College, Observer 5/20/1921, p1

Sizemore, Lula Miss 18 years old of Spartanburg committed suicide with a razor, details, Observer 9/23/1921, p4

Skipper, Ethel Miss of Atlanta GA died in an auto wreck in Charleston SC on 4/22/1921, details, Observer 4/26/1921, p1

Slider, John R. was employed by Dodson Printers Supply Co. of Atlanta. He spent the day after Thanksgiving in Newberry and was pleased with the town’s appearance, Observer 11/29/1921, p8

Sligh, Bob COURT, violation of prohibition law; 12 months on the chaingang suspended to 3 months on good behavior, Observer 3/22/1921, p1

Sligh, Claire Miss – about the social she hosted, Observer 1/7/1921, p8

Sligh, Clarence of Gaffney was the brother of Robert O. Sligh who died 11/24/1921, Lambert O. Sligh, Thomas O. Sligh of Newberry, Mrs. Lucia Eargle, Mrs. Carrie Kinard and Mrs. Nettie Bobb all of Newberry. Observer 11/29/1921, p1

Sligh, Doris was the daughter of Robert O. Sligh and his wife Miss Maude Kibler, Observer 11/25/1921, p4

Sligh, G. H. married Miss Mary Crumpton both of Prosperity on 11/29/1920 at St. Paul’s Parsonage officiated by Rev. S. P. Koon, Observer 1/4/1921, p8

Sligh, George L. had an appendectomy at the Columbia Hospital, Observer 3/4/1921, p8

Sligh, John C. died at his home near Pomaria on 4/16/1921 at the age of 73 years, 11 months and 13 days. He was a confederate veteran. Burial was in the cemetery of St. John ’s Lutheran Church. Surviving children were: Mrs. Mattie Crooks, Mrs. Alma Seybt, Mrs. B. S. Wicker and Mrs. G. W. Seybt of Pomaria. Observer 4/19/1921, p4 and Observer 4/22/1921, p8

Sligh, Lambert O. of Newberry was the brother of Robert O. Sligh who died 11/24/1921, Clarence Sligh of Gaffney, Thomas O. Sligh of Newberry, Mrs. Lucia Eargle, Mrs. Carrie Kinard and Mrs. Nettie Bobb all of Newberry. Observer 11/29/1921, p1

Sligh, Lee J. Mrs. was the daughter of L. M. Fellers and sister to John nie H. Fellers, Mrs. Stanley Hamiter, Mrs. S. P. Whitworth, Mrs. Robert Maybin, Mrs. M. C. Willard. Observer 1/4/1921, p8

Sligh, Minnie Lee Miss 30 years old died 4/11/1921 of TB at the home of her father Henry M. Sligh 1253 Hunt Street in Newberry with burial in Rosemont Cemetery. Observer 4/15/1921, p1

Sligh, R. C. had a new grandson and a new granddaughter, details, Observer 6/7/1921, p8; he was visited at his home 1814 by daughters and babies, Observer 6/28/1921, p8

Sligh, Robert colored COURT, violation of prohibition; pleaded guilty, 1 year on the chain gang with sentence suspended after 3 months of good behavior, Observer 3/25/1921, p5

Sligh, Robert Olin 28 years old of Newberry died 11/24/1921 at a Columbia Hospital. He was a former Newberry Police Officer. He was survived by his wife, Nee Maud Kibler, a young daughter Miss Doris Sligh and his siblings: Clarence Sligh of Gaffney, Lambert O. Sligh, Thomas O. Sligh of Newberry, Mrs. Lucia Eargle, Mrs. Carrie Kinard and Mrs. Nettie Bobb all of Newberry. Observer 11/29/1921, p1; CARD OF THANKS from the family, Observer 12/6/1921, p1

Sligh, Thomas O. of Newberry was the brother of Robert O. Sligh who died 11/24/1921, Lambert O. Sligh, Clarence Sligh of Gaffney, Mrs. Lucia Eargle, Mrs. Carrie Kinard and Mrs. Nettie Bobb all of Newberry. Observer 11/29/1921, p1

Smart, Richard D. Rev. died in Soochow China. He was the son of the late Mrs. Ella Aiken Smart of Norfolk VA who was a daughter of D. Wyatt Aiken of Cokesbury and Dr. Richard D. Smart. He was a Methodist Missionary; great details. Observer 10/4/921, p1

Smith, Cal colored who had been working at the Newberry Cotton Mill since it started died 9/30/1921 at his home in Helena, Observer 10/4/921, p8

Smith, Charles Foster married Miss Lily Mae Davis 3/7/1921 at the Parsonage of the Church of the Redeemer officiated by Rev. W. A. Gotwald. The groom was the son of R. D. Smith, wholesale grocer. The bride was a book keeper at Mimnaugh’s store, Observer 3/11/1921, p8

Smith, Charley B. met with a painful accident on 2/19/1921 when his arm got caught in a cotton gin he was operating. No bones were broken but the flesh was terribly torn, Observer 2/22/1921, p1

Smith, Claude C. and J. H. Summer Jr. were partners in Beaufort SC for the business SMITH & SUMMER Real Estate & Insurance, Observer 9/27/921, p8

Smith, Derrill Mrs. hosted a social, Observer 6/21/1921, p1

Smith, Drayton E. was awarded a 1-year scholarship to Clemson College, Observer 9/6/1921, p4

Smith, Drucie Ellen Miss will marry John William Gary on 10/26/1921 at Bush River Baptist Church. The bride was the daughter of Mrs. I. M. Smith, Observer 10/14/1921, p8; the bride was the daughter of I. M. Smith, Observer 9/9/1921, p1; Drucie Smith of Kinards married J. W. Gary of Whitmire in Bush River Church on 10/26/1921 officiated by Rev. R. H. Burris, Observer 10/28/1921, p4 and Observer 11/1/1921, p3

Smith, Ed a white man, COURT, violation of prohibition law, Observer 3/25/1921, p5

Smith, Ellerbe COURT, housebreaking & larceny; pleaded guilty; 3 years on the chaingang, Observer 3/22/1921, p1 & Observer 3/25/1921, p5

Smith, Emmett 10 years old son of Hovey Smith of Greenville was wading in a stream with his brother Lloyd Smith 12 years old when it began to rain. Emmet became caught by a cloudburst upstream, which carried him a half mile away, causing him to drown. Attempts at resuscitation were futile, Observer 8/16/1921, p1

Smith, Floyd O. hosted a social, details, Observer 3/11/1921, p1 & Observer 5/31/1921, p5

Smith, Gladys Miss of Whitmire married Lewie Stutz of Union on 10/17/1921. They will live in Union, Observer 10/21/1921, p4

Smith, Lula Belle Miss of Prosperity married Claude A. Bouknight on 11/24/1921 at the O’Neall Methodist Parsonage officiated by Rev. W. F. Gault, Observer 11/29/1921, p4

Smith, Mayonie Miss married James A. Davis both of West End on 8/6/1921 at O’Neall Street Methodist Parsonage officiated by Rev. W. F. Gault, Observer 8/9/1921, p1

Smith, R. D. Jr. was elected DEACON of Aveleigh Church, Observer 11/4/1921, p5

Smith, R. D. Mrs. hosted a social, Observer 3/25/1921, p5; Observer 5/17/1921, p1; Observer 8/23/1921, p5; Observer 10/14/1921, p1

Smith, R. D. was elected ELDER of Aveleigh Church, Observer 11/4/1921, p5

Smith, R. G. Jr. of Kinards was a 1921 graduate of Bailey Military Institute of Greenwood SC, Observer 5/20/1921, p8

Smith, R. G. Mrs. was the niece to J. Newton Brown of Anderson who recently died, Observer 1/25/1921, p8

Smith, Ray Miss daughter of M. L. Smith married Horace Bedenbaugh on 11/5/1921 at the Parsonage of St. Luke’s Lutheran Church officiated by Rev. W. H. Roof, Observer 11/11/1921, p1

Smith, Robert G. Mrs. hosted a social, details, Observer 10/25/1921, p4

Smith, William R. of 1328 College Street was visited by his sons Archie and Graham Smith of Greenwood SC and Paul Smith of Birmingham ALA, Observer 7/29/1921 p8

Sodke, A. E. was naturalized in the Federal Court in Charleston SC on 6/27/1921, Observer 6/28/1921, p1

Spearman, Eugene was shot upon by a would-be robber, details, Observer 8/9/1921, p8

Spearman, John R. Jr. was slightly injured when the car he was a passenger in was destroyed by a freight train, details, Observer 8/2/1921, p1

Spearman, Marguerite Miss had married J. Henry Summer on 6/9/1921 in Anderson SC and were now located at No. 7 Gibbes Court in Columbia SC. Observer 6/17/1921, p1

Spehl, C. of Columbia was the son of Mrs. Mary Ann Spehl who died 5/12/1921 and the brother of Elman Spehl of Newberry, Miss Katie Spehl of Newberry, Mrs. Henry Mars of Newberry and Mrs. Davis Lawson of Newberry; T. H. Spehl of Columbia and Lewis Spehl of Newberry SC; and a sister in the state of VA. Observer 5/13/1921, p8

Spehl, Elman of Newberry was the son of Mrs. Mary Ann Spehl who died 5/12/1921 and the brother of Lewis Spehl of Newberry, Miss Katie Spehl of Newberry, Mrs. Henry Mars of Newberry and Mrs. Davis Lawson of Newberry; T. H. Spehl of Columbia and C. Spehl of Columbia; and a sister in the state of VA. Observer 5/13/1921, p8

Spehl, Katie Miss of Newberry was the daughter of Mrs. Mary Ann Spehl who died 5/12/1921 and the sister of Elman Spehl of Newberry, Lewis Spehl of Newberry, Mrs. Henry Mars of Newberry and Mrs. Davis Lawson of Newberry; T. H. Spehl of Columbia and C. Spehl of Columbia; and a sister in the state of VA. Observer 5/13/1921, p8

Spehl, Lewis of Newberry was the son of Mrs. Mary Ann Spehl who died 5/12/1921 and the brother of Elman Spehl of Newberry, Miss Katie Spehl of Newberry, Mrs. Henry Mars of Newberry and Mrs. Davis Lawson of Newberry; T. H. Spehl of Columbia and C. Spehl of Columbia; and a sister in the state of VA. Observer 5/13/1921, p8

Spehl, Mary Ann Mrs. 70 years old died at her home on 5/12/1921 with burial in Rosemont Cemetery. She was survived by her children: Lewis Spehl of Newberry, Elman Spehl of Newberry, Miss Katie Spehl of Newberry, Mrs. Henry Mars of Newberry and Mrs. Davis Lawson of Newberry; T. H. Spehl of Columbia and C. Spehl of Columbia; and a daughter in the state of VA. Observer 5/13/1921, p8

Spehl, T. H. of Columbia was the son of Mrs. Mary Ann Spehl who died 5/12/1921 and the brother of Elman Spehl of Newberry, Miss Katie Spehl of Newberry, Mrs. Henry Mars of Newberry and Mrs. Davis Lawson of Newberry; Lewis Spehl of Newberry and C. Spehl of Columbia; and a sister in the state of VA. Observer 5/13/1921, p8

Spence, Rosa Miss 75 years old of Newberry County SC died 7/19/1921 at a hospital in Columbia. Burial was at Old Head Springs Church Cemetery. Her only relatives live out west, Observer 7/22/1921, p8

Spotts, Pearl Miss married Charles V. Tenny of Newberry on 8/7/1921 at O’Neall Street Methodist Parsonage officiated by Rev. W. F. Gault, Observer 8/9/1921, p1

Sproles, A. J. of Greenwood SC had surgery in Baltimore MD, details, Observer 7/26/1921, p5; his surgery was successful, Observer 7/29/1921 p14

Stalnaker, J. W. postmaster of ’96 was arrested for embezzlement, details, Observer 7/29/1921 p1; J. W. Stalnaker postmaster of ’96 was arrested for embezzlement and sentenced to 15 months in the Federal Prison and also $3,000 in fines, Observer 9/20/1921, p2

Stansell, Ernest son-in-law to G. D. Young of Pomaria moved back to his former home in Belton SC. Observer 1/7/1921, p1

Steinberg, C. was naturalized in the Federal Court in Charleston SC on 6/27/1921, Observer 6/28/1921, p1

Sterling, Furman was awarded a 1-year Agricultural scholarship to Clemson College, Observer 9/6/1921, p4

Stevens, P. W. optometrist at the G. C. Cooper Jewelry Store arrived in Newberry from Columbia, Observer 7/22/1921, p8

Stilwell, Edna was a 1921 graduate of Newberry High School, (11th grade), Observer 5/20/1921, p1

Stilwell, Gladys was class historian and was a member of the Class of 1921, Newberry College, Observer 5/20/1921, p1; she graduated with 1st honor, Observer 5/24/1921, p1

Stockman, Bennetta was the daughter of J. Sidney Stockman and his wife Inez Dominick Stockman. She was the grand daughter to Mr. and Mrs. John Stockman and sister to Louise, Nancy and Roy Stockman. Observer 7/1/1921, p1

Stockman, Fred and wife took their 5 month old child to Columbia Hospital for treatment, Observer 4/5/1921, p1

Stockman, Henry went to Columbia Hospital for treatment, Observer 8/30/1921, p1; he had surgery at the Columbia Hospital, Observer 9/9/1921, p6

Stockman, J. B. was accidentally knocked down in the street by an auto driven by Bernard Taylor, details, Observer 12/6/1921, p2

Stockman, J. Sidney 39 years old died at his home in Prosperity on 6/28/1921 with burial in Zion Church cemetery. He was survived by a wife (Nee Inez Dominick) three daughters: Nancy, Louise and Bennetta, a son Roy Stockman and parents Mr. and Mrs. John Stockman, two sisters and four brothers, Observer 7/1/1921, p1

Stockman, John Mr. and Mrs. were the parents of J. Sidney Stockman who died 6/28/1921 and grand parents to Nancy, Louise, Bennetta and Roy Stockman. Observer 7/1/1921, p1

Stockman, Leona Miss married Lonny Shealy on 11/12/1921 at St. Paul’s Lutheran Parsonage officiated by Rev. S. P. Koon, details, Observer 11/18/1921, p4

Stockman, Louise was the daughter of J. Sidney Stockman and his wife Inez Dominick Stockman. She was the grand daughter to Mr. and Mrs. John Stockman and sister to Nancy, Bennetta, and Roy Stockman. Observer 7/1/1921, p1

Stockman, Nancy was the daughter of J. Sidney Stockman and his wife Inez Dominick Stockman. She was the grand daughter to Mr. and Mrs. John Stockman and sister to Louise, Bennetta, and Roy Stockman. Observer 7/1/1921, p1

Stockman, Paul suffered the death of his infant son 8/24/1921 with burial in Zion Lutheran Church Cemetery, Observer 8/30/1921, p1

Stockman, Rose 6-months old daughter of Fred Stockman Jr. died at the home near Prosperity on 4/14/1921 with burial in the cemetery of Zion Methodist Church. Observer 4/19/1921, p1

Stockman, Roy was the son of J. Sidney Stockman and his wife Inez Dominick Stockman. He was the grandson to Mr. and Mrs. John Stockman and brother to Louise, Bennetta and Nancy Stockman. Observer 7/1/1921, p1

Stone, Tully E. was elected Manager of Pomaria WOW for the year 1921, Observer 1/7/1921, p1

Stoudemire, Annie M. Miss of Peak SC married A. W. Daily of Silverstreet SC on 8/21/1921 at Central Church Parsonage officiated by Rev. Dr. J. L. Daniel, Observer 8/23/1921, p4

Stoudemire, O. T. of Peak was a new mail carrier in Prosperity, Observer 9/9/1921, p6

Stoudenmayer, Wendell of the USN visited the home of John A. Sease, Observer 5/31/1921, p5

Strange, Willis C. Captain, a friend of Hal Kohn was formerly of Columbia and was now living in Sapulpa OK. He was visiting in Columbia and came to Newberry to visit with Hal Kohn and attend the meeting of the Rotary Club, Observer 12/2/1921, p8

Strother, W. A. of Walhalla was celebrating his 50th wedding anniversary. Observer 7/12/1921, p8

Stuck, C. B. of Pomaria married Miss Frances Ellesor of Prosperity on 11/24/1921 at Mt. Tabor Lutheran Church Parsonage officiated by Rev. J. B. Harman, Observer 11/29/1921, p4

Stuck, E. E. Dr. was elected 1921 Secretary of the Newberry Kiwanis Club, Observer 1/21/1921, p8

Stuck, E. E. was elected a member of the Finance Committee of American Legion Post 24 for 1922, Observer 11/15/1921, p1

Stuck, William F. of Pomaria married Miss Julia Kinard of Prosperity on 9/11/1921 at the Lutheran Parsonage officiated by Rev. S. P. Koon (St. Paul’s Church), Observer 9/13/1921, p5

Stutz, Lewie of Union married Miss Gladys Smith of Whitmire on 10/17/1921. They will live in Union, Observer 10/21/1921, p4

Suber, B. M. married Mrs. Elberta Halfacre both of Pomaria on 9/7/21921 officiated by Rev. H. A. Kistler, Observer 9/13/1921, p4

Suber, Charles S. of Rte. 6 Newberry bought the home on Harper Street from C. F. Templeton, Observer 1/7/1921, p8

Suber, Henry C. married Miss Bessie Dominick within the past two years, officiated by Rev. L. P. Boland. The bride was the daughter of John D. Dominick, details, Observer 5/20/1921, p8

Suber, John Thomas lost $21 on the streets of Newberry, part of the proceeds of selling his cotton, Observer 7/5/1921, p8

Suber, Mack colored 21 years old son of Carrie Suber was killed on the farm of Joseph L. Keitt in No. 11 Township by a falling tree. Observer 3/1/1921, p1

Suber, Otis of Whitmire had a new 9-pound son, Observer 10/28/1921, p5

Summer, C. T. and four others applied for a Charter for the SWEET POTATO ASSOCIATION OF NEWBERRY, Observer 9/23/1921, p5

Summer, Clarence P. married Miss Estelle Moore daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maybin Moore of Newberry in Columbia SC on 12/25/1921 at the Presbyterian Church Parsonage officiated by Rev. Mr. Boggs. They will live temporarily at the National Hotel, Observer 12/30/1921, p5

Summer, Elmer S. Mrs. hosted a social, Observer 6/21/1921, p1

Summer, Eugene F. went to Evansville Indiana to work with a large electric supply house. His wife who was now in Tampa will shortly join him, Observer 10/7/1921, p8

Summer, Forrest Mrs. hosted a social, details, Observer 7/12/1921, p5

Summer, Grace Marjorie Miss was a 1921 graduate of Chicora College, Columbia SC. Observer 5/3/1921, p5; she hosted a social, details, Observer 6/7/1921, p1

Summer, Helen was a member of the Class of 1921, Newberry College, Observer 5/20/1921, p1

Summer, Hugh was the father of new twin boys born 8/22/1921, Observer 8/23/1921, p8

Summer, J. H. Jr. and Claude C. Smith were partners in Beaufort SC for the business SMITH & SUMMER Real Estate & Insurance, Observer 9/27/921, p8

Summer, J. H. Mrs. was elected 1921 a member of the Executive Committee of the Women’s Auxiliary, America Legion Post 24, Observer 3/8/1921, p8; she hosted a social, Observer 8/23/1921, p5

Summer, J. Henry married 6/9/1921 in Anderson SC and they were now located at No. 7 Gibbes Court in Columbia SC. The bride was the former Miss Marguerite Spearman, details, Observer 6/17/1921, p1

Summer, J. Pink was having an 8-room cottage built at the corner of Summer St. and Mayer Ave. Observer 5/20/1921, p8

Summer, L. S. was a member of the Class of 1921, Newberry College, Observer 5/20/1921, p1

Summer, Lila Miss hosted a social, Observer 1/14/1921, p1

Summer, Roy Mrs. hosted a social, details, Observer 10/14/1921, p1

Summer, Roy was elected 1922 Associate Senior Warden for Newberry Commandery, Observer 12/23/1921, p1

Summer, T. Roy Mrs. hosted a social, Observer 1/25/1921, p5 and Observer 3/8/1921, p4; Observer 6/21/1921, p1

Summers, James colored COURT disposing of property under lien, Observer 3/25/1921, p5

Sutton, S. F. of Anderson was the father of a new daughter. He was the son-in-law to R. C. Sligh of Newberry, Observer 6/7/1921, p8

Swindler, Caranell Miss moved with her mother to Greenville SC where she will be employed as a telephone operator, Observer 10/7/1921, p8

Swittenberg, George C. 40 years old died at his home at 1800 College Street on 12/4/1921 with burial at Rosemont Cemetery. He was survived by his mother Mrs. William C. Swittenberg and brothers Richard and John Swittenberg, Observer 12/6/1921, p8

Swittenberg, John won first prize in a contest and was awarded a silver cream ladle, Observer 4/8/1921, p1

Swittenberg, R. Lee son of George W. Swittenberg of Newberry was promoted from assistant to full supervisor of the Southern Public Utilities of Anderson SC, details, Observer 2/1/1921, p8

Swittenberg, W. J. his home at 1525 Harrington St. was broken into by a 19 years old colored man named Ellerbe Smith of Clinton SC who was working as a waiter at the National Hotel in Newberry. He was found hiding under the Coppock House, caught and arrested, details, Observer 3/1/1921, p1

Swittenberg, W. J. Mrs. hosted a social, details, Observer 7/15/1921, p1

Swygert, D’Arcy B. of Laurens died at the home of his father Brooks Swygert on 4/2/1921 of blood poisoning from a small infection of the nose, Observer 4/8/1921, p5

Swygert, J. C. murdered Dr. J. C. Nicholson at Leesville on 4/3/1921, details, Observer 4/8/1921, p7

Swygert, Thomas Irwin of Columbia SC will marry Miss Mattie Gray White of Winston-Salem NC in February 1921. The groom was the son of Brooks Swygert of Laurens SC. The bride was the daughter of Franklin Theodore White and cousin to Mrs. B. M. Wolfe of Laurens, Observer 1/21/1921, p1

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