1932 Observer
Newspaper abstracts by Edith Greisser
Newberry County, South Carolina Genealogy Trails

Bailey, A. A. of  Columbia SC was the brother of Mrs. Winnie V. Church, who died June 1, 1932, Mrs. W. B. Watkins of Inman SC, J. K. Bailey of Morris Hill NC, J. H. Bailey of Weaversville NC, R. D. Bailey of Asheville NC, J. N. Bailey of Lanford Station and R. S. Bailey of Clinton SC. He was the uncle of Odell Church, and Arthur Church, Observer 6/3/1932, p1

Bailey, J. H. of Weaversville NC was the brother of Mrs. Winnie V. Church, who died June 1, 1932, Mrs. W. B. Watkins of Inman SC, J. K. Bailey of Morris Hill NC, A. A. Bailey of Columbia SC, R. D. Bailey of Asheville NC, J. N. Bailey of Lanford Station and R. S. Bailey of Clinton SC. He was the uncle of Odell Church, and Arthur Church, Observer 6/3/1932, p1

Bailey, J. K. of Morris Hill NC was the brother of Mrs. Winnie V. Church, who died June 1, 1932, Mrs. W. B. Watkins of Inman SC, A. A. Bailey of Columbia SC, J. H. Bailey of Weaversville NC, R. D. Bailey of Asheville NC, J. N. Bailey of Lanford Station and R. S. Bailey of Clinton SC. He was the uncle of Odell Church, and Arthur Church, Observer 6/3/1932, p1

Bailey, J. N. of Lanford Station was the brother of Mrs. Winnie V. Church, who died June 1, 1932, Mrs. W. B. Watkins of Inman SC, J. K. Bailey of Morris Hill NC, J. H. Bailey of Weaversville NC, R. D. Bailey of Asheville NC, A. A. Bailey of Columbia SC and R. S. Bailey of Clinton SC. He was the uncle of Odell Church, and Arthur Church, Observer 6/3/1932, p1

Bailey, R. D. of Asheville NC was the brother of Mrs. Winnie V. Church, who died June 1, 1932, Mrs. W. B. Watkins of Inman SC, J. K. Bailey of Morris Hill NC, J. H. Bailey of Weaversville NC, A. A. Bailey of Columbia SC J. N. Bailey of Lanford Station and R. S. Bailey of Clinton SC. He was the uncle of Odell Church, and Arthur Church, Observer 6/3/1932, p1

Bailey, R. S. of Clinton SC was the brother of Mrs. Winnie V. Church, who died June 1, 1932, Mrs. W. B. Watkins of Inman SC, J. K. Bailey of Morris Hill NC, J. H. Bailey of Weaversville NC, R. D. Bailey of Asheville NC, J. N. Bailey of Lanford Station and A. A. Bailey of Columbia SC. He was the uncle of Odell Church, and Arthur Church, Observer 6/3/1932, p1

Bailey, Samuel D. Rev. 73-year-old pastor of the Methodist Church in SC for 37 years, died it is Parsonage in Columbia from a stroke. Details, Observer 8/19/1932, p6

Bailey, Winnie V. Ms. 34-year-old wife of W. G. Church of Newberry died June 1, 1932 at the Baptist Hospital after an illness of three weeks. She had been in the Hospital for four days. She lived in Asheville NC, before she moved to Newberry. Surviving were her husband; an adopted son of Odell Church 10 years old; a stepson, Arthur Church of Newberry; a sister, Mrs. W. B. Watkins of Inman SC; brothers A. A. Bailey of Columbia SC, J. K. Bailey of Morris Hill NC, J. H. Bailey of Weaversville NC, R. D. Bailey of Asheville NC, J. N. Bailey of Lanford Station and R. S. Bailey of Clinton SC. Observer 6/3/1932, p1

Baird, Mary Ida Ms. had married Robert Thomas Bobb, who died November 6, 1932. Their surviving children were Mrs. Lula Mabrey of Spartanburg, Mrs. Maggie Johnson, Mrs. Beulah Long, Astor Bobb, Johnnie Bobb and Colie Bobb, all of Newberry County. Three of their children preceded him to the grave. Observer 11/8/1932, p1

Baker, Belle Mrs. of Prosperity brought a sweet potato into Newberry to show that weighed 4.25 pounds and is on display in the window of the newspaper office. Observer 9/30/1932, p1

Baker, C. K. Mrs. – CARD OF THANKS for kindness and sympathy during the illness and death of her husband, Observer 3/25/1932, p6

Baker, C. K. was the son of Calvin K. Baker, who died March 16, 1932 and his second wife Mrs. Julia Dominick Metts Baker. He was the brother of Mildred Baker and the half-brother of Mrs. M. T. Oxner, Mrs. Ella Wilson of Newberry, John C. Baker of Newberry and H. P. Baker of Largo, FL. Observer 3/25/1932, p6

Baker, Calvin K. was born in Newberry June 7, 1852 and died March 16, 1932. On May 18, 1875 he married his first wife Nancy Jane McCullough. Surviving children were Mrs. M. T. Oxner, Mrs. Ella Wilson of Newberry, John C. Baker of Newberry and H. P. Baker of Largo, FL. He married for the second time to Mrs. Julia Dominick Metts on June 18, 1919 and they had two children, C. K. Baker and Mildred Baker. Observer 3/25/1932, p6

Baker, Charles died November 8, 1929. IN MEMORIAM, Observer 11/1/1932, p1

Baker, H. P. of Largo, FL was the daughter of Calvin K. Baker, who died March 16, 1932 and his first wife Nancy Jane McCullough. She was the sister of Mrs. Ella Wilson of Newberry, John C. Baker and Mrs. M. T. Oxner of Newberry. She was the stepdaughter of Mrs. Julia Dominick Metts Baker and half-sister of C. K. Baker and Mildred Baker. Observer 3/25/1932, p6

Baker, J. A. Mr. and Mrs. who lost their home by Fire in December 1931, have erected a residence in the Mt. Olivet section and will move into their new home on February 17, 1932. Observer 2/16/1932, p4

Baker, John C. of Newberry was the daughter of Calvin K. Baker, who died March 16, 1932 and his first wife Nancy Jane McCullough. She was the sister of Mrs. Ella Wilson of Newberry, Mrs. M. T. Oxner of Newberry and H. P. Baker of Largo, FL. She was the stepdaughter of Mrs. Julia Dominick Metts Baker and half-sister of C. K. Baker and Mildred Baker. Observer 3/25/1932, p6

Baker, Leonard Theodore Dr. was elected president of the University of SC. Lengthy details, Observer 6/10/1932, p1

Baker, Mildred Ms. was the daughter of Calvin K Baker, who died March 16, 1932 and his second wife Mrs. Julia Dominick Metts Baker. She was the sister of C. K. Baker and the half- sister of Mrs. M. T. Oxner, Mrs. Ella Wilson of Newberry, John C. Baker of Newberry and H. P. Baker of Largo, FL. Observer 3/25/1932, p6

Baker, R. L. Mrs. – her dancing classes gave a recital for the benefit of the children's charity fund of the Hospital. Observer 6/7/1932, p6

Balle, L. G. Mrs. of Laurens was the granddaughter of Daniel Goggans and Emily Davison Goggans and the daughter of John Calhoun Goggans, who died August 20, 1932. She was the sister of H. Grady Goggans of Dallas TX, J. Lawson Goggans of Dallas TX, C. Forest Goggans of Great Falls, Montana, Mrs. Will T. Brown of Columbia, Mrs. J. W Crossland of Bennettsville SC, Ms. Sadie Goggans of Winthrop College. Observer 8/23/1932, p1

BALLENTINE REUNION - was held at McCartha Springs near Leesville last week. Jake Ballentine and his grandchildren Eleanor and Wells Ballentine attended with him. Observer 8/12/1932, p4

Ballentine, Helen R. Mrs. of Chapin was the sister of Albert Franklin Riser who died October 23, 1932, Willie R. Riser of Newbern NC, J. W. Riser of Lexington County, Mrs. Sally C. Carriker of Harrisburg NC, Mrs. Minnie, L. Koon of Newberry, Mrs. Adella Koon of Newberry, Mrs. Eva Koon of Newberry; brothers, Willie R. Riser of Newbern NC and J. W. Riser of Lexington County. Observer 10/251932, p1

Ballentine, Hugh Mrs. of Newberry was the daughter of Mrs. Susannah Fulmer, who died 5/5/1932, and sister of L. K. Fulmer of Chapin, M. O. Fulmer of Columbia, S. Y. Fulmer of Prosperity, W. E. Fulmer of Chapin, Mrs. Allan Epting of Newberry, Mrs. Noah Shealy of Little Mountain, Mrs. P. K. Harmon of Newberry, Mrs. C. B. Frick of Spartanburg, Mrs. Lionel Suber of Peak, Mrs. Milton Chapman of Parr Shoals and Mrs. W. M. Brown of Chapin. Observer 5/10/1932, p1

Ballentine, Mary Lou was a 1932 graduate of Newberry High School, Observer 5/24/1932, p1

Ballentine, Roy and Jake purchased two fine iron-gray mules, details Observer 12/23/1932, p6

Banks, F. A. Mr. and Mrs. announced the birth of a son born November 21, 1932. Observer 11/29/1932, p1

BAPTIST - about BUSH RIVER CHURCH on Christmas night and Christmas Day, Observer 1/1/1932, p4

Bardin, H. C. Mrs. died September 23, 1932 at the home of her son, Dr. James C. Bardin, who is professor of Romance languages at the University of VA. Burial was in Douglas, GA, by the side of her husband, who died several years ago. Observer 9/30/1932, p1

Barnes, Frank was elected the member of the food committee of the Mollohon Men's Club for 1933, Observer 11/11/1932, p1

Barnett, Ruby Mrs. of Jellico TN was the daughter of Mrs. M. C. Gilliam, and sister of Robert I. Gilliam, who died April 15, 1932, Mrs. Kathleen Plantin of Newberry and Lonnie B. Gilliam of Newberry. Observer 4/19/1932, p1

Barr, David of Newberry - a letter to Santa, Observer 12/23/1932, p5 and a letter to Santa, Observer 12/30/1932, p5

Barre, James M. of White Rock was the brother of Ms. Margaret Eugenia Barre who died July 5, 1932, W. W. Barre of Lexington and Mrs. Erin Rawl of Newberry. Observer 7/8/1932, p1

Barre, Margaret Eugenia Ms. 82 years old, died July 5, 1932, at her home near Newberry. She was born in Lexington, the daughter of the late Jacob Barre and Elizabeth Houseal Barre and lived there 40 years ago when she and her sister and two brothers moved to Newberry. Surviving were her siblings W. W. Barre of Lexington, James M. Barre of White Rock and Mrs. Erin Rawl of Newberry. Observer 7/8/1932, p1

Barre, W. W. of Lexington was the brother of Ms. Margaret Eugenia Barre who died July 5, 1932, James M. Barre of White Rock and Mrs. Erin Rawl of Newberry. Observer 7/8/1932, p1

Barre, Walter C. was visited over the Christmas holidays by Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Estes and children of Union and Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Barre of Kinards, Observer 12/30/1932, p6

Barre, Walter was confined to his bed was muscular rheumatism, unable to move. His wife also was sick and slowly recuperating. Observer 8/5/1932, p3

Barry, Ellisor enlisted in the United States Navy, Observer 1/15/1932, p1

Bartley, R. B. was elected 1932 Policeman for the City of Newberry, Observer 1/1/1932, p1; he was reelected to the position of policeman for the City of Newberry for 1933, Observer 12/16/1932, p1

Bassler, H. J. Mrs. of Columbia was the sister of Gervais V. Huiet , who died July 8, 1932, George D. Huiet, Ms. Annie Huiet of Columbia, Mrs. O. L. Spurlin, Ms. Lillian Huiet and Ms. Sue Huiet. Observer 7/15/1932, p1

Bath, W. D. Mrs. of Vale NC was the sister of Mrs. W. Y. Johnson, who died April 25, 1932, Watson Meadors, J. C. Meadors, P. M. Meadors, Mrs. Boyd Byers of Clinton, Mrs. L. R. Painter of Clinton and Mrs. L. F. Jones of Clinton. She was the aunt of Mrs. O. S. Goree and W. I. Johnson. Observer 4/29/1932, p1

Baxter, Frances was the great grand son of Mrs. Edith Langford Matthews, who died February 12, 1932, and cousin of Irwin Satterwhite, Observer 2/16/1932, p1

Baxter, J. H. was 1932, outer guard for Moose Lodge No. 780, Newberry, Observer 5/6/1932, p1

Beam, Sam was elected 1932 driver for the City of Newberry Fire Dept. Observer 1/1/1932, p1

Beattie, F. Dawson son of State Comptroller General A. J. Beattie and wife of Columbia will marry Ms. Ruth Hunter, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. George Y. Hunter of Prosperity on December 27, 1932, at Grace Lutheran Church, in Prosperity officiated by Rev. F. E. Dufford. Details of the upcoming wedding, Observer 12/20/1932, p6

Beckam, Gertrude, Mrs. of Alexandria, VA was the daughter of S. J. Glenn, who died October 5, 1932, and the sister of J. W. Glenn of Clinton, C. A. Glenn of Newberry, Mrs. E. M. Wood of Newberry, B. L. Glenn of Chester, Mrs. W. M. Lovett of Kings Mountain NC, S. J. Glenn Jr. of Kings Mountain NC. Observer 10/7/1932, p1; Mrs. Gertrude Beckham of Alexandria VA was the sister of B. L. Glenn, who died November 7, 1932, Claude Glenn of Newberry, Mrs. E. M. Wood of Newberry, Mrs. W. L. Lovett of Kings Mountain NC, Sam Glenn of Kings Mountain NC and James Glenn of Clinton SC. Observer 11/11/1932, p5

Bedenbaugh, A. E. Mrs. was the daughter of Mrs. Ida Elizabeth Buzhardt who died February 23, 1932, and niece of B. T. Buzhardt, Olin Buzhardt, Walter Buzhardt, Mrs. J. J. Langford, Mrs. W. W. Hornsby and Mrs. Lola Werts. She was the sister of Fred Hayes, Tom Hayes, Mrs. John Nance, and Mrs. Charley Cheatham of Greenville. Observer 2/26/1932, p1

Bedenbaugh, Addie, W. Mrs. was the daughter of James M. Werts who died June 23, 1932, and niece of Mrs. A. M. Counts. She was the sister of Mrs. G. D. Bedenbaugh, E. W. Werts and J. K. Harmon Werts. Observer 6/28/1932, p4; she and her daughters, Christine May and Rebecca were moving from Prosperity to Pomaria. Observer 8/23/1932, p3; she surrendered two tracts of land at probate sale for $150. Observer 11/8/1932, p1

Bedenbaugh, B. C. of Prosperity was elected vice president of Kappa Phi Kappa National honorary education fraternity at the University SC, Observer 5/27/1932, p1

Bedenbaugh, Buddy, a mechanic at the local service station located at Harrington & College Streets was offered a position as head mechanic of a Chevrolet Dealership at Tallahassee, FL. He turned down the job because he likes Newberry. Observer 5/20/1932, p1

Bedenbaugh, C. B. of the O'Neall section of Newberry had an appendectomy at Columbia Hospital on July 6, 1932. Observer 7/8/1932, p1; C. Boyd Bedenbaugh, candidate for sheriff of Prosperity had an appendectomy at Columbia Hospital on July 6, 1932. Observer 7/12/1932, p5; – for sheriff – PHOTOGRAPH, Observer 8/19/1932, p6; CARD OF THANKS for the vote and support in the primary election of August 30. Observer 9/2/1932, p5

Bedenbaugh, Carlisle D. of Atlanta GA was the brother of Gerard D. Bedenbaugh, who died September 9, 1932, Mrs. J. H. Werts of Prosperity and Ernest D. Bedenbaugh of Orlando, FL. He was the uncle of James W. Bedenbaugh of Orangeburg, Mrs. Fred Hayes of Newberry, Mrs. J. E. Nichols, Mrs. Roy Mills, Ms. Jewel Bedenbaugh, Gerald Bedenbaugh, and Ms. Hazel Bedenbaugh of Prosperity. Observer 9/13/1932, p5

Bedenbaugh, Cornell was a 1932 graduate of the University of SC. Observer 6/7/1932, p6

Bedenbaugh, E. C. Mrs. is building a five room cottage on Nance Street at the end of Cornelia. George Shealy is the contractor. Observer 12/2/1932, p3

Bedenbaugh, Ernest C. 48 years old of Newberry inspector for the highway department suddenly died, in Charleston Hotel on May 10, 1932. Surviving was a widow and three sons Ralph, Everett and Harry all of Newberry. Burial was in Rosemont Cemetery. Observer 5/13/1932, p3

Bedenbaugh, Ernest C. Mrs. was the daughter of J. S. Smith of Clinton, and half sister of Mrs. Ruth Ophelia Corley, who died July 28, 1932, Olin Smith, J. S. Smith, Joe Smith, Helen Smith; sister of Irvin Smith of Goldville. She was the aunt of Ladson, Harold and Nancy Corley. Observer 8/2/1932, p1

Bedenbaugh, Ernest D. of Orlando, FL was the brother of Gerard D. Bedenbaugh, who died September 9, 1932, Mrs. J. H. Werts of Prosperity and Carlisle D. Bedenbaugh of Atlanta GA. He was the uncle of James W. Bedenbaugh of Orangeburg, Mrs. Fred Hayes of Newberry, Mrs. J. E. Nichols, Mrs. Roy Mills, Ms. Jewel Bedenbaugh, Gerald Bedenbaugh, and Ms. Hazel Bedenbaugh of Prosperity. Observer 9/13/1932, p5

Bedenbaugh, Everett was the son of Ernest C. Bedenbaugh, who died 5/10/1932, and brother of Ralph and Harry Bedenbaugh, Observer 5/13/1932, p3

Bedenbaugh, G. D. Mrs. was the daughter of James M. Werts who died June 23, 1932, and niece of Mrs. A. M. Counts. She was the sister of Mrs. Addie W. Bedenbaugh, E. W. Werts and J. K. Harmon Werts. Observer 6/28/1932, p4

Bedenbaugh, Gerald of Prosperity was the son of Gerard D. Bedenbaugh, who died September 9, 1932, and nephew of Mrs. J. H. Werts of Prosperity, Carlisle D. Bedenbaugh of Atlanta GA and Ernest D. Bedenbaugh of Orlando, FL. He was the brother of Mrs. Fred Hayes of Newberry, Mrs. J. E. Nichols, Mrs. Roy Mills, Ms. Jewel Bedenbaugh, James W. Bedenbaugh of Orangeburg and Ms. Hazel Bedenbaugh of Prosperity. Observer 9/13/1932, p5

Bedenbaugh, Gerard D. 55 years old died at his home in Prosperity on McNary Street on September 9, 1932 from a heart attack. Surviving was his wife the former Ms. Gussie Werts and children: James W. Bedenbaugh of Orangeburg, Mrs. Fred Hayes of Newberry, Mrs. J. E. Nichols, Mrs. Roy Mills, Ms. Jewel Bedenbaugh, Gerald Bedenbaugh, and Ms. Hazel Bedenbaugh of Prosperity. His surviving siblings were, Mrs. J. H. Werts of Prosperity, Ernest D. Bedenbaugh of Orlando, FL and Carlisle D. Bedenbaugh of Atlanta GA. Observer 9/13/1932, p5

Bedenbaugh, Harold of Prosperity won first prize for ten ears of white prolific Dent with stalk; best ten ears of white Dent with stalk; first prize for best 10 ears of any other variety of white dent corn at the State Fair; Observer 10/21/1932, p1

Bedenbaugh, Harry was the son of Ernest C. Bedenbaugh, who died 5/10/1932, and brother of Everett and Ralph Bedenbaugh, Observer 5/13/1932, p3

Bedenbaugh, Hazel Ms. of Prosperity was the daughter of Gerard D. Bedenbaugh, who died September 9, 1932, and niece of Mrs. J. H. Werts of Prosperity, Carlisle D. Bedenbaugh of Atlanta GA and Ernest D. Bedenbaugh of Orlando, FL. She was the sister of James W. Bedenbaugh of Orangeburg, Mrs. Fred Hayes of Newberry, Mrs. J. E. Nichols, Mrs. Fred Hayes of Newberry, Mrs. Roy Mills, Ms. Jewel Bedenbaugh, Gerald Bedenbaugh, and Ms. Hazel Bedenbaugh of Prosperity. Observer 9/13/1932, p5

Bedenbaugh, J. I. Dr. had surgery at a Columbia Hospital, Observer 1/5/1932, p8; he was a patient at East Way sanatorium in Columbia, Observer 2/16/1932, p4; he went to Asheville NC on February 17, 1932 to enter Dr. Carroll’s sanatorium for treatment. Observer 2/23/1932, p5; he was recuperating at Highland Hospital in Asheville NC. Observer 4/5/1932, p4; he returned to his home, Observer 4/19/1932, p6; Dr. J. I. Bedenbaugh was the brother of J. Willie Bedenbaugh, who died 5/24/1932 and uncle of W. P. Bedenbaugh, Martha Bedenbaugh, Lester Bedenbaugh, Lindsay Bedenbaugh and Sarah Bedenbaugh. Observer 5/27/1932, p1

Bedenbaugh, J. Willie 56 years old died at his home near Prosperity on 5/24/1932 with burial at the Cemetery of St. Luke's Lutheran Church. He was survived by his wife the former Ms. Amelia Bowers, children W. P. Bedenbaugh, Martha Bedenbaugh, Lester Bedenbaugh, Lindsay Bedenbaugh and Sarah Bedenbaugh; a brother, Dr. J. I. Bedenbaugh. Observer 5/27/1932, p1; CARD OF THANKS, Observer 6/7/1932, p1

Bedenbaugh, Jack one-year-old son of Professor and Mrs. J. H. Bedenbaugh celebrated his first birthday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Long, details, Observer 4/19/1932, p1

Bedenbaugh, James W. of Orangeburg was the son of Gerard D. Bedenbaugh, who died September 9, 1932, and nephew of Mrs. J. H. Werts of Prosperity, Carlisle D. Bedenbaugh of Atlanta GA and Ernest D. Bedenbaugh of Orlando, FL. He was the brother of Mrs. Fred Hayes of Newberry, Mrs. J. E. Nichols, Mrs. Roy Mills, Ms. Jewel Bedenbaugh, Gerald Bedenbaugh, and Ms. Hazel Bedenbaugh of Prosperity. Observer 9/13/1932, p5

Bedenbaugh, James Wright of Orangeburg SC was the grandson of James M. Werts who died June 23, 1932, and the great nephew of Mrs. A. M. Counts. Observer 6/28/1932, p4

Bedenbaugh, Jewel Ms. of Prosperity was the daughter of Gerard D. Bedenbaugh, who died September 9, 1932, and niece of Mrs. J. H. Werts of Prosperity, Carlisle D. Bedenbaugh of Atlanta GA and Ernest D. Bedenbaugh of Orlando, FL. She was the sister of James W. Bedenbaugh of Orangeburg, Mrs. Fred Hayes of Newberry, Mrs. J. E. Nichols, Mrs. Roy Mills, Mrs. Fred Hayes of Newberry, Gerald Bedenbaugh, and Ms. Hazel Bedenbaugh of Prosperity. Observer 9/13/1932, p5

Bedenbaugh, John was the half-brother of Simpson Taylor who died February 7, 1932, Frank Walters of Newberry and Mrs. Leila Varnes of Chester. He was the uncle of Ms. Julia Taylor and Mrs. Ethel Harvell of Columbia. Observer 2/9/1932, p4

Bedenbaugh, L. A. was elected 1933, Tyler for Prosperity Lodge No. 115, AFM, Observer 12/13/1932, p3

Bedenbaugh, Lester was the son of J. Willie Bedenbaugh, who died 5/24/1932, and the nephew of Dr. J. I. Bedenbaugh. He was the brother of Martha Bedenbaugh, W. P. Bedenbaugh, Lindsay Bedenbaugh and Sarah Bedenbaugh. Observer 5/27/1932, p1

Bedenbaugh, Lindsay was the son of J. Willie Bedenbaugh, who died 5/24/1932, and the nephew of Dr. J. I. Bedenbaugh. He was the brother of Martha Bedenbaugh, Lester Bedenbaugh, W. P. Bedenbaugh and Sarah Bedenbaugh. Observer 5/27/1932, p1

Bedenbaugh, Martha was the daughter of J. Willie Bedenbaugh, who died 5/24/1932, and the niece of Dr. J. I. Bedenbaugh. She was the sister of W. P. Bedenbaugh, Lester Bedenbaugh, Lindsay Bedenbaugh and Sarah Bedenbaugh. Observer 5/27/1932, p1

Bedenbaugh, Ralph was the son of Ernest C. Bedenbaugh, who died 5/10/1932, and brother of Everett and Harry Bedenbaugh, Observer 5/13/1932, p3

Bedenbaugh, Roy was a 1932 graduate of the University of SC. Observer 6/7/1932, p6

Bedenbaugh, Sarah was the daughter of J. Willie Bedenbaugh, who died 5/24/1932, and the niece of Dr. J. I. Bedenbaugh. She was the sister of W. P. Bedenbaugh, Lester Bedenbaugh, Lindsay Bedenbaugh and Martha Bedenbaugh. Observer 5/27/1932, p1

Bedenbaugh, W. P. was the son of J. Willie Bedenbaugh, who died 5/24/1932, and the nephew of Dr. J. I. Bedenbaugh. He was the brother of Martha Bedenbaugh, Lester Bedenbaugh, Lindsay Bedenbaugh and Sarah Bedenbaugh. Observer 5/27/1932, p1

Behrens, Louis Chief – Dean of the SC Foremen, 76 years old, was found dead in bed on October 12, 1932, details, Observer 10/18/1932, p5

Bell, J. W. enlisted in the United States Navy, Observer 1/15/1932, p1

Bell, W. T. State Highway Patrolman suffered a broken leg on November 10, 1932, when his motorcycle and a Ford collided at the corner between the Methodist Church and Dr. R. W. Houseal’s residence. Ms. Marjorie Longshore, who was in the car, suffered a broken arm. Observer 11/15/1932, p6

Belton, W. Stansell Mrs. of Belton SC was the daughter of George Duckett Young who died March 20, 1932 and niece of T. R. Owens of Clinton and Mrs. Ella Duncan of Whitmire. She was the sister of Mrs. E. F. Ulmer of Elloree SC, Mrs. T. P. Horger of Pomaria and Ms. Daisy Young of Lexington. Observer 3/22/1932, p1

Berelowitz, Bennette of Whitmire, died at Chick Springs Hospital on July 4, 1932of internal hemorrhage cause from injuries received with a head on collision near Greer SC; his son father died shortly prior and both were buried together in Columbia, details, Observer 7/8/1932, p1; he was 19 years old; burial was on July 6 at the Hebrew cemetery on Whaley Street in Columbia. Observer 7/8/1932, p6

Berelowitz, M. B. of Whitmire, died at Chick Springs Hospital on July 4, 1932of internal hemorrhage cause from injuries received with a head on collision near Greer SC; his son Bennette died shortly after, and both were buried together in Columbia, details, Observer 7/8/1932, p1; he was 52 years old; burial was on July 6 at the Hebrew cemetery on Whaley Street in Columbia. Surviving were a son, Albert Berelowitz of New York City, daughters, Ms. VA Berelowitz, Alice Berelowitz, Norma Berelowitz and Beatrice Berelowitz, who is a student nurse at Chick Springs Hospital. Observer 7/8/1932, p6

Berley, Anne daughter of Cecil Berley was taken to Columbia Hospital for treatment and is now home and improving. Observer 10/28/1932, p5

Berley, Billy of Pomaria was in the first grade and his teacher was Ms. Ethel Seybt - letter to Santa, Observer 12/20/1932, p2

Berley, Bonnie was a patient at Columbia Hospital, Observer 8/19/1932, p2

Berley, Cecil Jr. of Pomaria was six years old and went to School every day. He had two sisters Dorothy and Anne - letter to Santa, Observer 12/20/1932, p2

Berley, Dorothy of Pomaria was in the second grade. She mentioned Anne and Cecil Jr. - a letter to Santa, Observer 12/20/1932, p2

Berley, Mary Helen of Pomaria was in the third grade - letter to Santa, Observer 12/20/1932, p3

Berry, Carrie Ms. was the second wife of C. J. McWhirter, who died September 15, 1932. She survived him and their only child, Richard M. McWhirter also survived. Observer 9/16/1932, p1

Berry, Elsie of Chappells had a little brother and sister - a letter to Santa, Observer 12/13/1932, p4

Berry, Herman of 808 Langford St. in Newberry was eight years old and in the third grade. His teachers were Ms. Dunn and Ms. Summer- a letter to Santa, Observer 12/13/1932, p4

Berry, Mark Boyd of Newberry married Ms. Martha Bradley of Saluda, on September 26, 1932 officiated by magistrate, George O. Koon at his office in Newberry. Observer 9/27/1932, p1

Berry, Mattie Ms. 25-year-old wife of J. D. Butler died December 15, 1932, at Newberry County Hospital because of injuries received when severely burned at her home in Newberry two weeks ago. Surviving were her husband, a son, Robert Dewey; her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Berry of Saluda, and several brothers and sisters. Burial was in the Cemetery of Trinity Church in Saluda County. Observer 12/20/1932, p1

Berry, Nathan of Newberry knew times were hard - a letter to Santa, Observer 12/23/1932, p5 and a letter to Santa, Observer 12/30/1932, p5

Berry, Vernon of 808 Langford St. in Newberry was four years old and had a sister that was one-year-old - a letter to Santa, Observer 12/13/1932, p4

Berry, W. P. Mrs. was the sister of Joseph W. Gruber, who died June 29, 1932, N. D. Gruber, M. L. Gruber and Mrs. M. L. Pugen. Observer 7/1/1932, p6

Bessant, R. A. Mr. and Mrs. of Chattanooga, TN, were visiting G. W. Kinard of Newberry. He was related to the Kinard and Cook families of Newberry. He had a cousin Ira W. Kinard in Snyder TX. His grandfather lived in Newberry County 80 years ago and established the first undertaking business with the late Martin Harris in Newberry in a building where R. D Smith & Sons wholesale house now stands. Observer 10/14/1932, p1; his grandfather: William R. King Esq. 46 years old died in Chattanooga, TN on May 23, 1856. He was a native of Newberry district and moved to Chattanooga in July 1855. He established the first undertaking establishment in Newberry with Mr. Harris. Observer 10/18/1932, p1

Bessant, R. A. of Chattanooga, TN suffered a stroke of paralysis with the complete left side paralyzed. Observer 6/14/1932, p6; he told of his grandfather: William R. King, Esq. 46 years old died in Chattanooga, TN on May 23, 1856. He was a native of Newberry district and moved to Chattanooga in July 1855. He established the first undertaking establishment in Newberry with Mr. Harris. Observer 10/18/1932, p1

Betts, Byron Mrs. of Clinton was the daughter of A. M. Copeland of Clinton and the sister of Oswald O. Copeland, who died December 25, 1932, Owens Copeland of Manning, Douglas Copeland of Clinton, Eugene Copeland of Detroit and E. B. Copeland of Newberry. She was the aunt of Oswald Copeland Jr. and Jean Blakely Copeland. Observer 12/30/1932, p1

BICKLEY FAMILY REUNION - on August 12, 1932 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Bickley located 5 miles West of Newberry. Lengthy summary and names of those who attended. Observer 8/19/1932, p1

Bickley, B. T. of Portsmouth VA was the son of William Samson Bickley, who died 8/1/1932, and nephew of J. S. Bickley of Newberry and Mrs. J. A. Foy of Newberry. He was the brother of J. W. Bickley of Boston, W. W. Bickley of Parris Island, R. P. Bickley of Whitmire, J. E. Bickley of Newberry, and Mrs. C. C. Smith of Newberry. Observer 8/2/1932, p1

Bickley, Dan W. won second place for 10 ears of Belmont corn with stalk at the State Fair. Observer 10/21/1932, p1

Bickley, J. E. of Newberry was the son of William Samson Bickley, who died 8/1/1932, and nephew of J. S. Bickley of Newberry and Mrs. J. A. Foy of Newberry. He was the brother of J. W. Bickley of Boston, W. W. Bickley of Parris Island, R. P. Bickley of Whitmire, B. T. Bickley of Portsmouth VA, and Mrs. C. C. Smith of Newberry. Observer 8/2/1932, p1

Bickley, J. S. of Newberry was the brother of William Samson Bickley, who died 8/1/1932 and Mrs. J. A. Foy of Newberry. He was the uncle of Mrs. C. C. Smith of Newberry J. W. Bickley of Boston, W. W. Bickley of Parris Island, R. P. Bickley of Whitmire, B. T. Bickley of Portsmouth VA, and J. E. Bickley of Newberry. Observer 8/2/1932, p1

Bickley, J. W. of Boston was the son of William Samson Bickley, who died 8/1/1932, and nephew of J. S. Bickley of Newberry and Mrs. J. A. Foy of Newberry. He was the brother of J. E. Bickley of Newberry, W. W. Bickley of Parris Island, R. P. Bickley of Whitmire, B. T. Bickley of Portsmouth VA, and Mrs. C. C. Smith of Newberry. Observer 8/2/1932, p1

Bickley, R. P. of Whitmire was the son of William Samson Bickley, who died 8/1/1932, and nephew of J. S. Bickley of Newberry and Mrs. J. A. Foy of Newberry. He was the brother of J. W. Bickley of Boston, W. W. Bickley of Parris Island, J. E. Bickley of Newberry, B. T. Bickley of Portsmouth VA, and Mrs. C. C. Smith of Newberry. Observer 8/2/1932, p1

Bickley, Verner S. of Lexington won first place for 10 ears of Belmont corn with stalk at the State Fair. Observer 10/21/1932, p1

Bickley, W. E. Mrs. of Pendleton was the daughter of James Elliott Wessinger, who died December 3, 1932, and niece of Edward Wessinger and Mrs. John Eargle. She was the sister of Mrs. Sidney Mayer, J. O. Wessinger, J. M. Wessinger, J. B. Wessinger, Mrs. Oscar Mayer, all of Newberry and Mrs. W. E. Bickley of Pendleton, Mrs. H. D. Hollingsworth of Cross Hill. Observer 12/6/1932, p1

Bickley, W. E. Mrs. Pendleton was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wessinger, and sister of Mrs. Marie Wessinger Harmon who died February 23, 1932, Mrs. Oscar Mayer, Mrs. S. J. Mayer, Mrs. H. D. Hollingsworth, J. B. Wessinger, J. O. Wessinger and J. M. Wessinger all of Newberry. Observer 2/26/1932, p7

Bickley, W. W. of Parris Island was the son of William Samson Bickley, who died 8/1/1932, and nephew of J. S. Bickley of Newberry and Mrs. J. A. Foy of Newberry. He was the brother of J. W. Bickley of Boston, J. E. Bickley of Newberry, R. P. Bickley of Whitmire, B. T. Bickley of Portsmouth VA, and Mrs. C. C. Smith of Newberry. Observer 8/2/1932, p1

Bickley, William Samson 72 years old died 8/1/1932 at the home of his son, J. E. Bickley on Caldwell Street after a long illness. Burial was in the Cemetery of New Chapel Church. He was survived by his widow, the former Ms. Mary H. Swindler, and children: J. E. Bickley of Newberry, J. W. Bickley of Boston, W. W. Bickley of Parris Island, R. P. Bickley of Whitmire, B. T. Bickley of Portsmouth VA, and Mrs. C. C. Smith of Newberry. Also surviving were a brother and sister. J. S. Bickley of Newberry and Mrs. J. A. Foy of Newberry. Observer 8/2/1932, p1

Bigby, Katheryn was a 1932 graduate of Newberry High School, Observer 5/24/1932, p1

Birge, Rebecca King was the first wife of Allen Garlington Wise, who died November 12, 1932. She died 25 years ago. Observer 11/15/1932, p4

Bishop, Alice Mrs. was ill at the home of her daughter and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Ira Koon. Observer 10/7/1932, p3

Bishop, James Mr. and Mrs. of VA visited their parents in the Tranwood section. Where he worked 50 men were laid off, he being among the men. Observer 7/1/1932, p5

Bishop, James of Norfolk, VA married Ms. Lois Shealy on June 3, 1932 officiated by Rev. Darr Haltiwanger, Observer 6/10/1932, p2

Bishop, James Robert married Ms. Lois Elizabeth Shealy on June 3, 1932 at Beth Eden Parsonage officiated by Rev. W. D. Haltiwanger. The bride is the daughter of John C. Shealy, and niece of Rev. J. J. Long and grand daughter of Luther Long. They will live in Norfolk, VA. Observer 6/10/1932, p6

Bishop, James T. an old Veteran and once a Newberrian but now living in Macon GA renewed his subscription to the Observer. He was 93 years old on February 4, 1932, and in good health. He was not in any hurry to die. Observer 3/8/1932, p3

Bishop, Marguerite was a 1932 graduate of Newberry High School, Observer 5/24/1932, p1

Bishop, Versa May was a 1932 graduate of Newberry High School, Observer 5/24/1932, p1

Bizzell, Annie Strauss Mrs. shot and killed her husband, November 17, 1932. She lived about 7 miles east of Newberry near the Union Schoolhouse. Her husband had threatened to kill her with a baseball bat and she fired three shots from a pistol into his body, after which he walked from the house to the yard and fell dead. Observer 11/18/1932, p1; she was released on a $1500 Bond, Observer 11/22/1932, p1

Bizzell, Tom was shot and killed by his wife, Mrs. Annie Strauss Bizzell, details, Observer 11/18/1932, p1

BLACK FAMILY REUNION - a short summary, and names of those who attended, Observer 8/30/1932, p3

Black, Carabel Ms. had married, Pierce Butler, who died August 9, 1932. They were parents of five children (Names not given), Observer 8/12/1932, p6

Black, J. B. Mrs. Jr. of Atlanta went home after visiting Mrs. J. B. Black Sr. for five weeks. Observer 10/18/1932, p5

Black, J. Ben was killed instantly in an automobile accident on September 7, 1932 near Saluda with burial in Prosperity cemetery. Riding with him was his wife, Mrs. Fanny Black who escaped without serious injury. Besides his wife he is survived by a son, J. B. Black Jr. of Atlanta GA. Observer 9/9/1932, p1

Black, Ralph B. graduated from the Citadel. Observer 6/7/1932, p6

Black, Stanley A. was elected 3/13/1932 a Deacon with a 4-years term of 1st Baptist Church, Observer 3/15/1932, p1 was elected 3/13/1932 a Deacon with a 4-years term of 1st Baptist Church, Observer 3/15/1932, p1

Black, Theodore of Whitmire married Ms. Helen Dorothy Ray of Whitmire on October 1, 1932 officiated at the home of Rev. Ernest G. Ross, the officiating Minister. Observer 10/11/1932, p1

Blackwell, E. A. Mrs. of Columbia was the daughter of W. W. Riser and sister of J. Forest Riser who died December 28, 1932, Mrs. S. S. McCarley of Whitmire, Mrs. S. E. Longshore of Newberry, Ms. Lucy Riser and W. W. Riser of Kinards. Observer 12/30/1932, p1

Blackwell, Frank Y. Jr. celebrated his fifth birthday with a party, details, Observer 9/20/1932, p1

Blackwell, Nannie Mae Ms. of Chesnee in Spartanburg County SC married J. P. Nichols of Newberry County on July 12, 1932 officiated by magistrate, George O. Koon. Observer 7/15/1932, p1

Blair, Sadie Brown Ms. daughter of John Davis Blair will marry William Henry Lominack Jr. in June 1932, Observer 5/17/1932, p1

Blair, T. O. Mrs. of Columbia was the daughter of Jacob Isaiah Wheeler, who died March 21, 1932, and niece of Mrs. Alice Mathis of Prosperity. She was the sister of Mrs. B. A. Parnell, Mrs. R. M. Civil, all of Columbia; R. E. Wheeler, who has been with the Columbia Fire Department for 28 years. Observer 3/25/1932, p1

Blalock, Bill was a dancing student, and was going to perform at the Opera house, Observer 2/12/1932, p6

Blalock, Charles formerly of the Greenwood Creamery of Greenwood was appointed postmaster for the City of Greenwood. Observer 10/7/1932, p1

Blalock, L. J. of Helena was a freshman at the Citadel, Observer 9/27/1932, p4

Blanton, Christine of Orangeburg was the granddaughter of Anderson A. Nates who died May 27th 1932. Observer 5/31/1932, p4

Blanton, J. W. Rev. deceased – his funeral was held in our range Berg. Those from Newberry, who attended the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Young and A. A. Nates. Observer 4/5/1932, p2

Blanton, Nates of Orangeburg was the grandson of Anderson A. Nates who died May 27th 1932. Observer 5/31/1932, p4

Blanton, W. P. Mrs. of Orangeburg was the daughter of Anderson A. Nates who died May 27th 1932, and sister of Mrs. B. T. Young of Prosperity. Observer 5/31/1932, p4

Blanton, Winn of Columbia was the grandson of Anderson A. Nates who died May 27th 1932. Observer 5/31/1932, p4

Blease, Cannon G. CARD OF THANKS for the vote and support in the primary election of August 30. Observer 9/2/1932, p5

Blease, Cannon G. for 20 years. Sheriff of Newberry County, was reelected for his fifth term. In the primary election held August 30. PHOTOGRAPH, Observer 9/2/1932, p1

Boazman, John 55 years old died in Jacksonville FL on August 14, 1932, with burial at the family burial ground Chappells SC. He was survived by his father, R. S. Boazman and a brother J. J. Boazman. Observer 8/16/1932, p5

Bobb, Astor of Newberry was the son of Robert Thomas Bobb, who died November 6, 1932, and the brother of Mrs. Maggie Johnson, Mrs. Beulah Long, Mrs. Lula Mabrey of Spartanburg, Johnnie Bobb and Colie Bobb, all of Newberry County. Observer 11/8/1932, p1

Bobb, Colie of Newberry was the son of Robert Thomas Bobb, who died November 6, 1932, and the brother of Mrs. Maggie Johnson, Mrs. Beulah Long, Astor Bobb, Johnnie Bobb and Mrs. Lula Mabrey of Spartanburg, all of Newberry County. Observer 11/8/1932, p1

Bobb, Elizabeth of Pomaria - letter to Santa, Observer 12/20/1932, p3

Bobb, Johnnie of Newberry was the son of Robert Thomas Bobb, who died November 6, 1932, and the brother of Mrs. Maggie Johnson, Mrs. Beulah Long, Astor Bobb, Mrs. Lula Mabrey of Spartanburg and Colie Bobb, all of Newberry County. Observer 11/8/1932, p1

Bobb, Robert Thomas 80 years and 23 days old died at Newberry County Hospital on November 6, 1932 as a result of an automobile accident. Burial was in the Cemetery of Colony Lutheran Church. He lived in the area of Prosperity practically all of his life. On March 16, 1884 he married Ms. Mary Ida Baird. He was survived by his widow and children: Mrs. Lula Mabrey of Spartanburg, Mrs. Maggie Johnson, Mrs. Beulah Long, Astor Bobb, Johnnie Bobb and Colie Bobb, all of Newberry County. Three of his children preceded him to the grave. Observer 11/8/1932, p1; CARD OF THANKS, Observer 11/18/1932, p1

Bobo, Mary Catherine Ms. of Union County married Luther Ansell McClendon at the Parsonage of the First Baptist Church, in Newberry on 5/21/1932 officiated by Rev. F. O. Lamoreaux, Observer 5/24/1932, p1

Bodie, Ella Permelia Mrs. 59 years old wife of William P. Bodie died at her home in the Oakland Mill Village on February 25, 1932, with burial in Rosemont Cemetery. Surviving was her husband and children: Mrs. I. S. Parker of Paw Creek NC, Mrs. R. F. Longshore of Newberry, Frank Bodie, Fred Bodie, both of Newberry and Jesse Bodie of Goldville. Also surviving were sisters, Mrs. B. C. Crawford of Paw Creek NC, Mrs. R. L. Bryant of ‘96, Mrs. J. W. Lipford of Greenwood, Mrs. J. Y. Jones of Newberry and brothers, Frank P. DeVore of Newberry, J. M. DeVore of Langley SC and W. L. DeVore of Jacksonville FL, Observer 2/26/1932, p6

Bodie, Eugenia was a 1932 graduate of Newberry High School, Observer 5/24/1932, p1

Bodie, Frank was the son of Mrs. Ella Permelia Bodie who died February 25, 1932. He was the nephew of Mrs. B. C. Crawford of Paw Creek NC, Mrs. R. L. Bryant of ‘96, Mrs. J. W. Lipford of Greenwood, Mrs. J. Y. Jones of Newberry, Mrs. I. S. Parker of Paw Creek NC, Frank P. DeVore of Newberry, J. M. DeVore of Langley SC and W. L. DeVore of Jacksonville FL. He was the brother of Mrs. R. F. Longshore of Newberry, Fred Bodie, both of Newberry, Mrs. I. S. Parker of Paw Creek NC and Jesse Bodie of Goldville. Observer 2/26/1932, p6

Bodie, Fred was the son of Mrs. Ella Permelia Bodie who died February 25, 1932. He was the nephew of Mrs. B. C. Crawford of Paw Creek NC, Mrs. R. L. Bryant of ‘96, Mrs. J. W. Lipford of Greenwood, Mrs. J. Y. Jones of Newberry, Mrs. I. S. Parker of Paw Creek NC, Frank P. DeVore of Newberry, J. M. DeVore of Langley SC and W. L. DeVore of Jacksonville FL. He was the brother of Mrs. R. F. Longshore of Newberry, Mrs. I. S. Parker of Paw Creek NC Frank Bodie of Newberry and Jesse Bodie of Goldville. Observer 2/26/1932, p6

Bodie, Jessie was the son of Mrs. Ella Permelia Bodie who died February 25, 1932. He was the nephew of Mrs. B. C. Crawford of Paw Creek NC, Mrs. R. L. Bryant of ‘96, Mrs. J. W. Lipford of Greenwood, Mrs. J. Y. Jones of Newberry, Mrs. I. S. Parker of Paw Creek NC, Frank P. DeVore of Newberry, J. M. DeVore of Langley SC and W. L. DeVore of Jacksonville FL. He was the brother of Mrs. R. F. Longshore of Newberry, Mrs. I. S. Parker of Paw Creek NC, Frank Bodie and Fred Bodie, both of Newberry. Observer 2/26/1932, p6

Bodie, L. T. and wife suffered the death of their two week old son Leroy Bodie at the home of the parents on Fair Avenue in Newberry on November 10, 1932, with burial at Butler Church Cemetery in Saluda County. Observer 11/11/1932, p5

Bogen, Margaret Ms. of Denmark married Benjamin F. Kurtz of Newberry on January 2, 1932 at the home of the bride’s sister, Mrs. Mildred Levinsky of Columbia. Observer 1/5/1932, p1

Boggs, Gannon of Calhoun married Ms. Daisy Johnson of Kinards on July 6, 1932 at Walhalla officiated by probate judge of Oconee County, Frank Gillespie. The bride is the daughter of Andrew J. Johnson and the groom is the youngest son of Hal T. Boggs of Calhoun. Observer 7/19/1932, p4

Boggs, W. H. Mrs. of Atlanta GA was the daughter of John Daniel Sheldon, who died 5/24/1932, and niece of Dr. W. A. Sheldon of Liberty SC, D. G. Sheldon of Westminster, Mrs. Ella F. Todd of Atlanta, Mrs. Margaret Sellers, Mrs. John W. Kibler, and Mrs. George F. Hunter, all of Newberry. She was the sister of Mrs. W. B. Glenn of Liberty SC, W. Frank Sheldon of Westminster, N. Laurens Sheldon of Westminster and H. E. Sheldon of Jackson, MS. Observer 5/27/1932, p1

Boinest, Mamie Mrs. was the daughter of William H. Dickert and Elizabeth Epting Dickert of Newberry and the aunt of Mrs. William M. McCauley of Atlanta. She was the sister of David M. Dickert who died March 17, 1932, Mrs. Thomas Brooks, Mrs. Gerard Etheridge and Mrs. James F. Edens, D. C. Dickert of Bristol, TN; Jefferson S. Dickert of Atlanta, GA; C. L. Dickert of Savannah GA. Observer 3/22/1932, p1

Boland, B. D. was the brother of Mrs. Josephine Taylor who died February 20, 1932 and R. T. Boland. He was the uncle of R. C. Taylor, Joseph S. Taylor and James L. Taylor all of Newberry; daughters, Mrs. A. B. Asbill and Mrs. C. W. Pitts. Observer 2/23/1932, p1

Boland, Clara was a 1932 graduate of Pomaria High School, Observer 5/31/1932, p3

Boland, Joe Mrs. of Pomaria has been sick for the past week; she died 12/28/1932, Observer 12/30/1932, p3

Boland, Josephine Ms. 63 years old died at her home at 1409 Poplar St. at West End on February 20, 1932, after an illness of seven weeks. Surviving were brothers, R. T. Boland and B. D. Boland, both of Newberry; sons R. C. Taylor, Joseph S. Taylor and James L. Taylor all of Newberry; daughters, Mrs. A. B. Asbill and Mrs. C. W. Pitts. Burial was in Prosperity Cemetery. Observer 2/23/1932, p1

Boland, Kibler - letter to Santa, Observer 12/20/1932, p3

Boland, R. T. was the brother of Mrs. Josephine Taylor who died February 20, 1932 and B. D. Boland. He was the uncle of R. C. Taylor, Joseph S. Taylor and James L. Taylor all of Newberry; daughters, Mrs. A. B. Asbill and Mrs. C. W. Pitts. Observer 2/23/1932, p1

Boland, Roy won 2nd prize in a speaking contest at Pomaria Grade School, Observer 4/8/1932, p5

Bolin, Doris Sue of Pomaria was six years old and in the second grade - letter to Santa, Observer 12/20/1932, p3

BOOZER FAMILY REUNION - held at the home of M. L. Hawkins on August 10, 1932; names of those present given. Observer 8/19/1932, p1

Boozer, A. Hayne Rev. pastor of Ehrhardt and Mt. Pleasant Lutheran Churches resigned and starting February 1 will be pastor of Orangeburg Lutheran Church. Observer 1/26/1932, p1

Boozer, A. Rhett was now employed with Senn’s Grocery on lower Main Street. Observer 11/29/1932, p6

Boozer, Alice Ms. was the daughter of Mrs. Mary Ellen Boozer who died April 3, 1932, and niece of G. L. Perkins of Newberry and Mrs. Lila Hook of Bessemer City, NC. She was the sister of L. A. Boozer of Kinards, I. T. Boozer of Spartanburg, J. S. Boozer of High Point NC, C. A. Boozer of Columbia, J. A. Boozer of Newberry, J. L. Boozer of Newberry, Mrs. D. C. Driggers of Newberry, Mrs. W. P. Lathrop of Newberry, Mrs. A. J. Gentry of Kinards, Ms. Jenny Boozer of the home and Mrs. Henry R. Boozer of Kinards. Observer 4/5/1932, p1

Boozer, C. A. of Columbia was the son of Mrs. Mary Ellen Boozer who died April 3, 1932, and nephew of G. L. Perkins of Newberry and Mrs. Lila Hook of Bessemer City, NC. He was the brother of Mrs. Henry R. Boozer of Kinards, I. T. Boozer of Spartanburg, J. S. Boozer of High Point NC, L. A. Boozer of Kinards, J. A. Boozer of Newberry, J. L. Boozer of Newberry, Mrs. D. C. Driggers of Newberry, Mrs. W. P. Lathrop of Newberry, Mrs. A. J. Gentry of Kinards, Ms. Jenny Boozer of the home and Alice Boozer of the home. Observer 4/5/1932, p1

Boozer, Cecil of Prosperity was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Boozer of Newberry, and brother of Clifford Boozer Jr., who died December 27, 1932, Ms. Grace Boozer, Ms. Katherine Boozer, Harvey Boozer and Mrs. Frank Lever of Augusta, GA. Observer 12/30/1932, p1

Boozer, Clifford Jr. 12-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Boozer was fatally wounded while playing at his home on December 27. He was running and fell on an open knife in the hands of a playmate. The blade of the knife pierced his throat, which caused his death in a few hours. He went to Stony Hill School and was a member of St. Luke's Lutheran Church. Besides his parents he was survived by brothers and sisters: Mrs. Frank Lever of Augusta, GA, Ms. Grace Boozer, Ms. Katherine Boozer, Harvey Boozer and Cecil Boozer of Prosperity. Burial was in the Cemetery of St. Luke's Lutheran Church. Observer 12/30/1932, p1

Boozer, Colie SESSIONS COURT; murder; pleaded guilty to manslaughter; sentenced to five years, Observer 10/21/1932, p1

Boozer, Grace Ms. of Prosperity was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Boozer of Newberry, and sister of Clifford Boozer Jr., who died December 27, 1932, Mrs. Frank Lever of Augusta, GA, Ms. Katherine Boozer, Harvey Boozer and Cecil Boozer of Prosperity. Observer 12/30/1932, p1

Boozer, Harvey of Prosperity was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Boozer of Newberry, and brother of Clifford Boozer Jr., who died December 27, 1932, Ms. Grace Boozer, Ms. Katherine Boozer, Mrs. Frank Lever of Augusta, GA and Cecil Boozer of Prosperity. Observer 12/30/1932, p1

Boozer, Hennie Ms. wife of Dr. W. D. Senn died January 22, 1932, at her home on Glenn Street in Newberry after a lingering illness. She was the daughter of the late Henry D. and Lucy Andersen Boozer and was born August 1, 1862 in the Smyrna community. She was a graduate of Walhalla Female College with first honor and was a member of Avalon at Presbyterian Church. She married her husband, November 9, 1887, and the following children survived her: Dr. Hugh B. Senn, Ms. Lucy Senn, Dorothy Senn and William Thornwell Senn. Surviving grandchildren were VA, Dorothy, Thornwell and Nina Senn; a sister, Mrs. V. C. Wilson of Newberry. Burial was in the Cemetery of Smyrna Presbyterian Church. Observer 1/26/1932, p1

Boozer, Henry R. Mrs. of Kinards was the daughter of Mrs. Mary Ellen Boozer who died April 3, 1932, and niece of G. L. Perkins of Newberry and Mrs. Lila Hook of Bessemer City, NC. She was the sister of L. A. Boozer of Kinards, I. T. Boozer of Spartanburg, J. S. Boozer of High Point NC, C. A. Boozer of Columbia, J. A. Boozer of Newberry, J. L. Boozer of Newberry, Mrs. D. C. Driggers of Newberry, Mrs. W. P. Lathrop of Newberry, Mrs. A. J. Gentry of Kinards, Ms. Jenny Boozer of the home and Alice Boozer of the home. Observer 4/5/1932, p1

Boozer, Hiram colored won second prize in the pig contest at the Colored State Fair. Observer 11/1/1932, p1

Boozer, I. T. of Spartanburg was the son of Mrs. Mary Ellen Boozer who died April 3, 1932, and nephew of G. L. Perkins of Newberry and Mrs. Lila Hook of Bessemer City, NC. He was the brother of Mrs. Henry R. Boozer of Kinards, L. A. Boozer of Kinards, J. S. Boozer of High Point NC, C. A. Boozer of Columbia, J. A. Boozer of Newberry, J. L. Boozer of Newberry, Mrs. D. C. Driggers of Newberry, Mrs. W. P. Lathrop of Newberry, Mrs. A. J. Gentry of Kinards, Ms. Jenny Boozer of the home and Alice Boozer of the home. Observer 4/5/1932, p1

Boozer, J. A. of Newberry was the son of Mrs. Mary Ellen Boozer who died April 3, 1932, and nephew of G. L. Perkins of Newberry and Mrs. Lila Hook of Bessemer City, NC. He was the brother of Mrs. Henry R. Boozer of Kinards, I. T. Boozer of Spartanburg, J. S. Boozer of High Point NC, C. A. Boozer of Columbia, L. A. Boozer of Kinards, J. L. Boozer of Newberry, Mrs. D. C. Driggers of Newberry, Mrs. W. P. Lathrop of Newberry, Mrs. A. J. Gentry of Kinards, Ms. Jenny Boozer of the home and Alice Boozer of the home. Observer 4/5/1932, p1

Boozer, J. I. Mrs. of Prosperity was the half-sister of J. Pierce Harmon who died August 15, 1932 and Mrs. Carrie Leaphart of Columbia, W. P. B. Harmon of Prosperity and Mrs. Hassie Hendrix of Spartanburg. She was the sister to Wade Harmon of Saluda, S. I. Harmon of Prosperity and Mrs. J. Willie Nichols of Prosperity. She was the aunt of Mrs. J. P. Fellers of Prosperity, Ms. Mattie Harmon of Newberry and John Burr Harmon of Newberry. Observer 8/19/1932, p2

Boozer, J. L. of Newberry was the son of Mrs. Mary Ellen Boozer who died April 3, 1932, and nephew of G. L. Perkins of Newberry and Mrs. Lila Hook of Bessemer City, NC. He was the brother of Mrs. Henry R. Boozer of Kinards, I. T. Boozer of Spartanburg, J. S. Boozer of High Point NC, C. A. Boozer of Columbia, J. A. Boozer of Newberry, L. A. Boozer of Kinards, Mrs. D. C. Driggers of Newberry, Mrs. W. P. Lathrop of Newberry, Mrs. A. J. Gentry of Kinards, Ms. Jenny Boozer of the home and Alice Boozer of the home. Observer 4/5/1932, p1

Boozer, J. O. Mr. and Mrs. were congratulated on the arrival of a son on January 1, 1932. The baby's name is Ted Lewis Boozer. Observer 1/5/1932, p1

Boozer, J. S. of High Point NC was the son of Mrs. Mary Ellen Boozer who died April 3, 1932, and nephew of G. L. Perkins of Newberry and Mrs. Lila Hook of Bessemer City, NC. He was the brother of Mrs. Henry R. Boozer of Kinards, I. T. Boozer of Spartanburg, L. A. Boozer of Kinards, C. A. Boozer of Columbia, J. A. Boozer of Newberry, J. L. Boozer of Newberry, Mrs. D. C. Driggers of Newberry, Mrs. W. P. Lathrop of Newberry, Mrs. A. J. Gentry of Kinards, Ms. Jenny Boozer of the home and Alice Boozer of the home. Observer 4/5/1932, p1

Boozer, Jacob L. vs Hal Kohn – mistrial, Observer 12/9/1932, p1

Boozer, Jennie Ms. was the daughter of Mrs. Mary Ellen Boozer who died April 3, 1932, and niece of G. L. Perkins of Newberry and Mrs. Lila Hook of Bessemer City, NC. She was the sister of L. A. Boozer of Kinards, I. T. Boozer of Spartanburg, J. S. Boozer of High Point NC, C. A. Boozer of Columbia, J. A. Boozer of Newberry, J. L. Boozer of Newberry, Mrs. D. C. Driggers of Newberry, Mrs. W. P. Lathrop of Newberry, Mrs. A. J. Gentry of Kinards, Mrs. Henry R. Boozer of Kinards and Alice Boozer of the home. Observer 4/5/1932, p1

Boozer, John R. was attending Atlanta Dental College in Atlanta GA. Observer 12/23/1932, p2

Boozer, Joseph E. died at his home on Silas Street in Mollohon Mill Village on July 25, 1932, with burial in the Cemetery of Salem Church in Saluda County. He was survived by his wife the former Ms. Mary Nicholson; sons Lee Boozer, and S. C. Boozer; daughters, Mrs. Pearl Ruff, Mrs. Julia Koon, Mrs. Evelyn Hiller, Mrs. Annette Waters and Ms. Thelma Boozer; a brother T. F. Boozer of Prosperity. Observer 7/26/1932, p1

Boozer, Katherine eight years old went to Stony Hill School and her teacher was Ms. Wise. She told of her sister Grace Boozer four years old – a letter to Santa, Observer 12/23/1932, p2 and - a letter to Santa, Observer 12/30/1932, p2

Boozer, Katherine Ms. of Prosperity was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Boozer of Newberry, and sister of Clifford Boozer Jr., who died December 27, 1932, Ms. Grace Boozer, Mrs. Frank Lever of Augusta, GA, Harvey Boozer and Cecil Boozer of Prosperity. Observer 12/30/1932, p1

Boozer, L. A. of Kinards was the son of Mrs. Mary Ellen Boozer who died April 3, 1932, and nephew of G. L. Perkins of Newberry and Mrs. Lila Hook of Bessemer City, NC. He was the brother of Mrs. Henry R. Boozer of Kinards, I. T. Boozer of Spartanburg, J. S. Boozer of High Point NC, C. A. Boozer of Columbia, J. A. Boozer of Newberry, J. L. Boozer of Newberry, Mrs. D. C. Driggers of Newberry, Mrs. W. P. Lathrop of Newberry, Mrs. A. J. Gentry of Kinards, Ms. Jenny Boozer of the home and Alice Boozer of the home. Observer 4/5/1932, p1

Boozer, Lee was the son of Joseph E. Boozer, who died July 25, 1932, and nephew of T. F. Boozer of Prosperity. He was the brother of S. C. Boozer, Mrs. Pearl Ruff, Mrs. Julia Koon, Mrs. Evelyn Hiller, Mrs. Annette Waters and Ms. Thelma Boozer. Observer 7/26/1932, p1

Boozer, M. E. of the ROTC unit of Wofford College was appointed Cadet Sgt., supply Sgt. of the Wofford ROTC band. Observer 12/6/1932, p1

Boozer, Mark N. had a tonsillectomy in Charleston, Observer 7/22/1932, p4

Boozer, Mary Ellen Mrs. 63-year-old widow of Adam L. Boozer died at her home on April 3, 1932. She had been a bad health for several years. She was survived by children: Mrs. Henry R. Boozer of Kinards, L. A. Boozer of Kinards, I. T. Boozer of Spartanburg, J. S. Boozer of High Point NC, C. A. Boozer of Columbia, J. A. Boozer of Newberry, J. L. Boozer of Newberry, Mrs. D. C. Driggers of Newberry, Mrs. W. P. Lathrop of Newberry, Mrs. A. J. Gentry of Kinards, Ms. Jenny Boozer of the home and Alice Boozer of the home. Also surviving was a brother G. L. Perkins of Newberry, one half sister Mrs. Lila Hook of Bessemer City, NC. Observer 4/5/1932, p1 and obituary, Observer 4/8/1932, p6; CARD OF THANKS, Observer 4/15/1932, p4

Boozer, Robert of Columbia was the nephew of William Thompson Jackson, who died August 17, 1932, Observer 8/19/1932, p1

Boozer, S. C. was the son of Joseph E. Boozer, who died July 25, 1932, and nephew of T. F. Boozer of Prosperity. He was the brother of Lee Boozer, Mrs. Pearl Ruff, Mrs. Julia Koon, Mrs. Evelyn Hiller, Mrs. Annette Waters and Ms. Thelma Boozer. Observer 7/26/1932, p1

Boozer, Sarah Ms. of Girl Scout of Troop #3 passed the 50 yards swimming test during camping week at Twin Lakes in Columbia. Observer 8/5/1932, p2

Boozer, T. F. of Prosperity was the brother of Joseph E. Boozer, who died July 25, 1932. He was the uncle of Ms. Thelma Boozer, S. C. Boozer, Lee Boozer, Mrs. Julia Koon, Mrs. Evelyn Hiller, Mrs. Annette Waters and Mrs. Pearl Ruff. Observer 7/26/1932, p1

Boozer, Thelma Ms. was the daughter of Joseph E. Boozer, who died July 25, 1932, and niece of T. F. Boozer of Prosperity. She was the sister of S. C. Boozer, Lee Boozer, Mrs. Julia Koon, Mrs. Evelyn Hiller, Mrs. Annette Waters and Mrs. Pearl Ruff. Observer 7/26/1932, p1

Boozer, W. E. who was in an accident on September 16 was improving at his home on Keenan Terrace in Columbia. He was an employee of the CN&L railroad. Observer 9/20/1932, p1

Boozer, W. Irwin and his wife of the Stony Hill section celebrated his 76th birthday with his family on December 30, 1931, details, Observer 1/8/1932, p2

Boozer, West FAMILY REUNION - summary of the event, and names of those who attended, Observer 8/19/1932, p2

Boozer, William of Columbia was the nephew of William Thompson Jackson, who died August 17, 1932, Observer 8/19/1932, p1

Bouknight, A. E. of Newberry was the son of Jacob R. Bouknight, who died December 11, 1932, and nephew of W. C. Bouknight and Mrs. C. M. Bouknight. He was the brother of Mrs. J. M. Koon of Portsmouth VA, Mrs. E. B. Younginer of Irmo, J. H. Bouknight of Rock Hill, H. C. Bouknight of Newberry, Julian B. Bouknight of Chapin, T. G. Bouknight of Newberry, O. B. Bouknight of Newberry, E. W. Bouknight of Newberry, Mrs. M. J. Kirby of Deland, FL and an adopted sister Mrs. J. B. Glymph. Observer 12/13/1932, p1

Bouknight, A. W. of Newberry was the son of Jacob R. Bouknight, who died December 11, 1932, and nephew of W. C. Bouknight and Mrs. C. M. Bouknight. He was the brother of Mrs. J. M. Koon of Portsmouth VA, Mrs. E. B. Younginer of Irmo, J. H. Bouknight of Rock Hill, H. C. Bouknight of Newberry, Julian B. Bouknight of Chapin, T. G. Bouknight of Newberry, O. B. Bouknight of Newberry, E. W. Bouknight of Newberry, Mrs. M. J. Kirby of Deland, FL and an adopted sister Mrs. J. B. Glymph. Observer 12/13/1932, p1

Bouknight, C. M. Mrs. was the sister of Jacob R. Bouknight, who died December 11, 1932 and W. C. Bouknight. She was the aunt of Mrs. J. B. Glymph, Julian B. Bouknight of Chapin, Mrs. E. B. Younginer of Irmo, J. H. Bouknight of Rock Hill, H. C. Bouknight of Newberry, A. E. Bouknight of Newberry, T. G. Bouknight of Newberry, O. B. Bouknight of Newberry, E. W. Bouknight of Newberry, Mrs. M. J. Kirby of Deland, FL and Mrs. J. M. Koon of Portsmouth VA. Observer 12/13/1932, p1

Bouknight, H. C. of Newberry was the son of Jacob R. Bouknight, who died December 11, 1932, and nephew of W. C. Bouknight and Mrs. C. M. Bouknight. He was the brother of Mrs. J. M. Koon of Portsmouth VA, Mrs. E. B. Younginer of Irmo, J. H. Bouknight of Rock Hill, Julian B. Bouknight of Chapin, A. E. Bouknight of Newberry, T. G. Bouknight of Newberry, O. B. Bouknight of Newberry, E. W. Bouknight of Newberry, Mrs. M. J. Kirby of Deland, FL and an adopted sister Mrs. J. B. Glymph. Observer 12/13/1932, p1

Bouknight, J. H. of Rock Hill was the son of Jacob R. Bouknight, who died December 11, 1932, and nephew of W. C. Bouknight and Mrs. C. M. Bouknight. He was the brother of Mrs. J. M. Koon of Portsmouth VA, Mrs. E. B. Younginer of Irmo, Julian B. Bouknight of Chapin, H. C. Bouknight of Newberry, A. E. Bouknight of Newberry, T. G. Bouknight of Newberry, O. B. Bouknight of Newberry, E. W. Bouknight of Newberry, Mrs. M. J. Kirby of Deland, FL and an adopted sister Mrs. J. B. Glymph. Observer 12/13/1932, p1

Bouknight, Jacob R. 81 years old died at his home in Newberry December 11, 1932, with burial in Rosemont Cemetery. Surviving were his children: Julian B. Bouknight of Chapin, Mrs. J. M. Koon of Portsmouth VA, Mrs. E. B. Younginer of Irmo, J. H. Bouknight of Rock Hill, H. C. Bouknight of Newberry, A. E. Bouknight of Newberry, T. G. Bouknight of Newberry, O. B. Bouknight of Newberry, E. W. Bouknight of Newberry, Mrs. M. J. Kirby of Deland, FL and an adopted daughter, Mrs. J. B. Glymph. Also surviving was a brother and a sister W. C. Bouknight and Mrs. C. M. Bouknight. Observer 12/13/1932, p1

Bouknight, Julian B. of Chapin was the son of Jacob R. Bouknight, who died December 11, 1932, and nephew of W. C. Bouknight and Mrs. C. M. Bouknight. He was the brother of Mrs. J. M. Koon of Portsmouth VA, Mrs. E. B. Younginer of Irmo, J. H. Bouknight of Rock Hill, H. C. Bouknight of Newberry, A. E. Bouknight of Newberry, T. G. Bouknight of Newberry, O. B. Bouknight of Newberry, E. W. Bouknight of Newberry, Mrs. M. J. Kirby of Deland, FL and an adopted sister Mrs. J. B. Glymph. Observer 12/13/1932, p1

Bouknight, Margaret Ms. married John Willie Abrams on December 24, 1932 at the home of the officiating Minister Rev. S. B. White. Observer 12/30/1932, p1

Bouknight, Myrtie Mae was nine years old and in the third grade; a letter to Santa, Observer 12/9/1932, p2

Bouknight, O. B. Newberry was the son of Jacob R. Bouknight, who died December 11, 1932, and nephew of W. C. Bouknight and Mrs. C. M. Bouknight. He was the brother of Mrs. J. M. Koon of Portsmouth VA, Mrs. E. B. Younginer of Irmo, J. H. Bouknight of Rock Hill, H. C. Bouknight of Newberry, A. E. Bouknight of Newberry, T. G. Bouknight of Newberry, Julian B. Bouknight of Chapin, E. W. Bouknight of Newberry, Mrs. M. J. Kirby of Deland, FL and an adopted sister Mrs. J. B. Glymph. Observer 12/13/1932, p1

Bouknight, Ora Ms. 56-year-old wife of A. L. Coleman of Saluda died November 17, 1932 in an automobile accident with burial at Pine Pleasant Baptist Church Cemetery in Saluda. At the time of the accident, there were four adults and four children in the car. She was survived by her husband and children: Ben Coleman of Newark NJ, Mrs. Adrian Summer of Newberry, Vernon Coleman of Chicago, Horace Victor Coleman of Columbia, Weyman Coleman of Columbia, Brunson Coleman of Columbia, Mrs. Wilbur Wilson of Chattanooga, TN, Ms. Lu Frances Coleman of the Greenville women's College. Also surviving were brothers and sisters: Smith Bouknight of Batesburg, Mrs. Lula Watson of Trenton, Mrs. Annie Herlong of Johnston, Mrs. Carrie B. Watson of Trenton and Mrs. M. W. Clary of Newberry. Observer 11/22/1932, p1

Bouknight, Sara Ms. of Newberry played a waltz and other selections at a music recital at Lander University. Observer 5/10/1932, p6

Bouknight, Smith of Batesburg was the brother of Ora Bouknight Coleman, who died November 17, 1932, Mrs. Lula Watson of Trenton, Mrs. Annie Herlong of Johnston, Mrs. Carrie B. Watson of Trenton and Mrs. M. W. Clary of Newberry. He was the uncle of Ms. Lou Frances Coleman of the Greenville Women's College, Ben Coleman of Newark NJ, Vernon Coleman of Chicago, Horace Victor Coleman of Columbia, Weyman Coleman of Columbia, Brunson Coleman of Columbia, Mrs. Wilbur Wilson of Chattanooga, TN, Mrs. Adrian Summer of Newberry. Observer 11/22/1932, p1

Bouknight, T. G. of Newberry was the son of Jacob R. Bouknight, who died December 11, 1932, and nephew of W. C. Bouknight and Mrs. C. M. Bouknight. He was the brother of Mrs. J. M. Koon of Portsmouth VA, Mrs. E. B. Younginer of Irmo, J. H. Bouknight of Rock Hill, H. C. Bouknight of Newberry, A. E. Bouknight of Newberry, Julian B. Bouknight of Chapin, O. B. Bouknight of Newberry, E. W. Bouknight of Newberry, Mrs. M. J. Kirby of Deland, FL and an adopted sister Mrs. J. B. Glymph. Observer 12/13/1932, p1

Bouknight, W. C. was the brother of Jacob R. Bouknight, who died December 11, 1932 and Mrs. C. M. Bouknight. He was the uncle of Mrs. J. B. Glymph, Julian B. Bouknight of Chapin, Mrs. E. B. Younginer of Irmo, J. H. Bouknight of Rock Hill, H. C. Bouknight of Newberry, A. E. Bouknight of Newberry, T. G. Bouknight of Newberry, O. B. Bouknight of Newberry, E. W. Bouknight of Newberry, Mrs. M. J. Kirby of Deland, FL and Mrs. J. M. Koon of Portsmouth VA. Observer 12/13/1932, p1

Boulware, Herbert of Newberry received honor on scholarship day at Clemson College. Details, Observer 5/24/1932, p1

Boulware, J. H. ran 18 miles in two hours and 45 min. Details, Observer 5/31/1932, p1; he left on June 11 for a period of training at Camp McClelland, Alabama. Observer 6/14/1932, p6

Bowers, A. J. Jr. was elected 1933 historian of Newberry American Legion Post No. 24, Observer 9/30/1932, p1

Bowers, Amelia Ms. had married J. Willy Bedenbaugh, who died 5/24/1932. Their surviving children were W. P. Bedenbaugh, Martha Bedenbaugh, Lester Bedenbaugh, Lindsay Bedenbaugh and Sarah Bedenbaugh. Observer 5/27/1932, p1

Bowers, Cleo was a 1932 graduate of Prosperity High School, Observer 5/31/1932, p6

Bowers, J. L. Jr. won the second Democratic primary election, on September 13th 1932, as magistrate of district #3 of the County. Observer 9/16/1932, p3; CARD OF THANKS, Observer 9/16/1932, p5

Bowers, Jacob of Newberry won second prize of the State Fair for the best 10 ears of any other variety of yellow dent corn, Observer 10/21/1932, p1

Bowers, John David son of Evans Bowers was discharged to his home, from Columbia Hospital, where he was treated for pneumonia. Observer 11/18/1932, p3

Bowers, Rose Mary of the third grade at Boundary Street School was on the honor list. Observer 2/19/1932, p3

Bowles, Horace Mrs. was critically ill and was being nursed by Mrs. Belle Crouch, Observer 11/11/1932, p3

Bowling, A. J. Rev. sued Frank W. Gurry of Clinton for slander, Observer 3/15/1932, p1

BOY SCOUTS – reorganization of Troop #2; Wright Cannon was the new Scout Master; meetings to be held in the room over the old Commercial Bank Building; details; about the Scout Leaders’ Training Course, Observer 1/8/1932, p1; a report by Troop #5, Observer 1/8/1932, p6; about the plans for a course in leadership conducted by the Blue Ridge Council, Observer 1/15/1932, p6; chief of police, C. A. May thanks the Boy Scouts of Newberry for their assistance in keeping order at the various places allowed for skating. Details, Observer 2/5/1932, p1; about Troop #2, Observer 2/9/1932, p6; BOY SCOUT WEEK – services in Newberry, Observer 2/12/1932, p2; ‘Wolf Patrol’ of Troop #6 report; Troop #5 report, Observer 2/12/1932, p3; about services at the closing of Scout Week, Observer 2/19/1932, p1; report on the COURT OF HONOR, Observer 3/8/1932, p6; news of Troop #2, Observer 3/11/1932, p5; plans for the father/son banquet, Observer 3/29/1932, p4; 183 fathers and sons enjoyed a banquet; a summary of the event; entertainment by troop #1, troop #2, Troop #4, Troop #5, Troop #6. Observer 4/8/1932, p6; Troop 5 report, Observer 4/22/1932, p4; Troop #2 news, Observer 4/26/1932, p5 and Observer 4/29/1932, p4; 110 Scouts and leaders were in attendance at the first semi annual rally held in Newberry on April 29. A summary of the event. Observer 5/3/1932, p1; a report on Troop #6 and Troop #2, Observer 5/17/1932, p6; about courses in leadership training; a report from troop number six; election of patrol leaders, details, Observer 6/10/1932, p2; Troop #6 report on the activities of meeting; names of the scouts and troop #6 were given; about an activity in Mollohon Park on Saturday night June 25, Observer 6/24/1932, p4; an article about the first division of the Boy Scout Camp of Blue Ridge Council, attending camp at Callaham mountain; the second division camp will be at Bernie Gilmer in Anderson; troop number two was the American Legion troop and will go to Callaham mountain later; names of the scouts of troop #2 were given, Observer 6/28/1932, p3; a summary of the program for quarterly meeting of the executive committee, Observer 7/8/1932, p5; 33 scouts of troop #5 camped in the pasture of George Epting, details, Observer 8/12/1932, p4; a report by Troop #2, Observer 8/30/1932, p3; Troop #5 , reported on the meeting; Troop #2 was in the process of making patrol flags; Troop #53 in ’96 , led the Blue Ridge Council troops in an efficiency contest for the month of August. Explanation of the honor, Observer 9/16/1932, p1; a summary of the first annual rally of the Blue Ridge Council was completed at Greenwood with troop number 11 of Greenville as the winner. Over 200 scouts were present. Summary of the event; Newberry won third place in pyramid building; details, Observer 9/16/1932, p4; Troops #2 report, Observer 9/27/1932, p4; a 10-year plan to make better citizens out of boys, Observer 10/4/1932, p4; 1933 officers for Newberry Boy Scouts were elected; names given, Observer 12/2/1932, p1

Boyd, Calhoun D. and wife of Jacksonville FL, were visiting his mother, Mrs. D. B. Werts. Observer 11/4/1932, p4

Boyleston, Reuben of Newberry was living at a different place this year. His family had moved to 1109 Amelia St. – letter to Santa, Observer 12/16/1932, p4

Bradley, Martha Ms. of Saluda married Mark Boyd Berry of Newberry on September 26, 1932 officiated by magistrate, George O. Koon at his office in Newberry. Observer 9/27/1932, p1

Brice, W. C. Dr. formerly of Silver City New Mexico has opened a practice of medicine in Newberry. He will live in a house on Shelley Street. Observer 2/5/1932, p4

Brock, Lula Mae eight years old attends Speers Street School. Her teacher is Ms. Ethel Jones. Her 14-month-old brother is Talton Brock. Her father is in the Veteran’s Hospital in Columbia. Letter to Santa, Observer 12/9/1932, p2

broke even financially and plans made for a 1933 fair. Several said it was the best Fair seen for the year. If it had rained on Wednesday, they would have lost $500. Details, Observer 11/11/1932, p1

Brooks, Cullen son of Mrs. Annette Brooks had an appendectomy at Columbia Hospital on October 9. Observer 10/18/1932, p5

Brooks, J. C. campaign card for the office of Newberry County Treasurer; PHOTOGRAPH, Observer 9/13/1932, p1

Brooks, J. C. Jr. won 2nd prize in the declamation contest  at Pomaria Grade School, Observer 4/8/1932, p5; J. C. Brooks Jr. of Pomaria returned home after spending the summer with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Counts of Prosperity, Observer 9/20/1932, p5

Brooks, Joseph SESSIONS COURT; violating the prohibition law; pleaded guilty; three months on public works or pay a fine of $150; he paid the fine, Observer 3/22/1932, p1

Brooks, Marcelle won 1st prize in a speaking contest at Pomaria Grade School, Observer 4/8/1932, p5

Brooks, Thomas Mrs. was the daughter of William H. Dickert and Elizabeth Epting Dickert of Newberry and the aunt of Mrs. William M. McCauley of Atlanta. She was the sister of David M. Dickert who died March 17, 1932, Mrs. Mamie Boinest, Mrs. Gerard Etheridge and Mrs. James F. Edens, D. C. Dickert of Bristol, TN; Jefferson S. Dickert of Atlanta, GA; C. L. Dickert of Savannah GA. Observer 3/22/1932, p1

Brown, Chalmers was elected Guards des Prissonnieurs for 1932 Voiture Locale 435, La Societe des 40 Hommes et 8 Chevaux, Observer 2/19/1932, p1

Brown, J. Alvin Mrs. was the lucky winner in the Purina guessing contest held at the Newberry County Fair. The prize was Purina laying mash. Observer 11/1/1932, p1

Brown, J. Alvin surrendered 371 acres of land at probate sale for $4500, Observer 3/8/1932, p1

Brown, J. C. Mrs. of Greensboro was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Sharp of Winston-Salem NC, and sister of G. S. Sharp of Greensboro NC, P. M. Sharp of Greensboro NC, Jacob Sharp of Winston-Salem, Ben Sharp of Winston-Salem, William Sharp of Winston-Salem, Nathan M. Sharp of Charlotte NC, Mrs. J. H. Harrell of Greensboro, Mrs. L. C. Parrish of Greensboro, Mrs. T. D. Donavant of Greensboro, Mrs. Felix Spaugh of Winston-Salem, Mrs. Joy Miller of Winston-Salem and Ms. Margaret Sharp of Winston-Salem. Observer 3/25/1932, p1

Brown, John Daniel of Anderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Dexter Brown of Anderson married Ms. Frances McCaughrin Harper daughter of Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Harper of Greenwood at the home of the bride on October 8, 1932 officiated by Rev. E. R. Mason. Lengthy details, Observer 10/11/1932, p3

Brown, S. W. Jr. who had a filling station in the City of Newberry sold his station and accepted a job with the Standard Oil Company in Columbia. Observer 7/19/1932, p1

Brown, W. M. Mrs. of Chapin was the daughter of Mrs. Susannah Fulmer, who died 5/5/1932, and sister of L. K. Fulmer of Chapin, M. O. Fulmer of Columbia, S. Y. Fulmer of Prosperity, W. E. Fulmer of Chapin, Mrs. Allan Epting of Newberry, Mrs. Hugh Ballentine of Newberry, Mrs. P. K. Harmon of Newberry, Mrs. C. B. Frick of Spartanburg, Mrs. Lionel Suber of Peak, Mrs. Milton Chapman of Parr Shoals and Mrs. Noah Shealy of Little Mountain. Observer 5/10/1932, p1

Brown, Will T. Mrs. of Columbia was the granddaughter of Daniel Goggans and Emily Davison Goggans and the daughter of John Calhoun Goggans, who died August 20, 1932. She was the sister of H. Grady Goggans of Dallas TX, J. Lawson Goggans of Dallas TX, C. Forest Goggans of Great Falls, Montana, Mrs. J. W Crossland of Bennettsville SC, Mrs. L. G. Balle of Laurens, Ms. Sadie Goggans of Winthrop College. Observer 8/23/1932, p1

Brown, Wilson is now working for Clary Clothing Company. Observer 11/4/1932, p4

Browne, Elizabeth Ms. of Columbia was the great-granddaughter of Major P. E. Wise and Christine Aull Wise and the granddaughter of Allen Garlington Wise, who died 11/12/1932. Observer 11/15/1932, p4

Browne, Frank. Mrs. of Prosperity was the granddaughter of Major P. E. Wise and Christine Aull Wise and the daughter of Allen Garlington Wise, who died 11/12/1932. She was the niece of James Wise of Little Mountain. She was the sister of Birge Wise of Ellenton, Mrs. Lillian Harmon of Prosperity, J. P. Wise of Ridgeland, Walter J. Wise of Greenwood, R. K. Wise of Columbia, Mrs. J. C. Taylor of Charleston and George Wise of Ware Shoals. Observer 11/15/1932, p4

Bryan, J. Marvin, Mrs. of Augusta, GA was the daughter of Mrs. Boyd Epting, who died March 8, 1932, and sister of Mrs. Jessie Epting Johnson of Newberry, Robert L. Epting, and Bennie M. Epting. Observer 3/29/1932, p1

Bryan, S. C. of Newberry was manager of the studio in Newberry - The First National Institute of Violin of America Instructors. Observer 9/20/1932, p4; classes will be at his home on Harper Street. Each child was furnished a violin free of charge to use throughout the course of instruction which covers 60 weeks. At the end of that time, the student is given permanent possession of the violin. Details, Observer 9/23/1932, p1

Bryant, R. L. Mrs. of ‘96 was the sister of Mrs. Ella Permelia Bodie who died February 25, 1932, Mrs. B. C. Crawford of Paw Creek NC, Mrs. J. W. Lipford of Greenwood, Mrs. J. Y. Jones of Newberry, Mrs. I. S. Parker of Paw Creek NC, Frank P. DeVore of Newberry, J. M. DeVore of Langley SC and W. L. DeVore of Jacksonville FL. She was the aunt of Jessie Bodie, Mrs. R. F. Longshore of Newberry, Mrs. I. S. Parker of Paw Creek NC, Frank Bodie and Fred Bodie, both of Newberry. Observer 2/26/1932, p6

Bryson, H. M. Mrs. a Newberry teacher had surgery at the Columbia Hospital on March 9, 1932. Observer 3/11/1932, p1

Buford, R. H. sold 101 turkeys during the later part of 1931 and the first part of 1932 for $441. Observer 6/3/1932, p3

Buford, W. R. of Newberry was a sophomore at the Citadel, Observer 9/27/1932, p4

Buford, Will T. Campaigning for Sheriff of Newberry County - his campaign card and photograph. Observer 8/26/1932, p5; CARD OF THANKS for support during the election, on August 30. Observer 9/2/1932, p1

Bullock, M. L. on April 22 his car collided with the wagon on Pope Street, turning over and being completely wrecked. He was taken the Newberry County Hospital with severe cuts on the head and body. Observer 4/26/1932, p1

BUNDRICK FAMILY REUNION – at the home of G. W. Bundrick on August 13, 1932; names of all who attended, Observer 8/19/1932, p2

Bundrick, Clarence of Pomaria - letter to Santa, Observer 12/20/1932, p2

Bundrick, J. E. Mrs was the daughter of Mrs. Elberta Suber and Bachman M. Suber who died 1/3/1932; grand daughter of W. Frank Suber; niece of Rev. Thomas F. Suber of Columbia, L. L. Suber of Newberry, W. J. Suber of Newberry and Mrs. J. W. Parrot of Newberry; sister of Ms. Minnie Lou Suber and L. B. Suber of Newberry. Observer 1/5/1932, p1

Bundrick, Jake Jr. of Pomaria was six years old and went to New Hope Zion School. His teacher was Ms. Zoe Buzhardt - letter to Santa, Observer 12/20/1932, p2

Bundrick, Lamar of Pomaria - letter to Santa, Observer 12/20/1932, p2

Bundrick, Martha of Pomaria was six years old and in the first grade at New Hope Zion School. Her teacher was Ms. Zoe Buzhardt - – letter to Santa, Observer 12/16/1932, p4

Bundrick, O. W. Mrs. to give a recitation of poems over the radio, details, Observer 1/8/1932, p1; she went to New York to study at the Feagin School of Dramatic Art. She will be away for several weeks. While in NYC she will do radio broadcasting and will stop over for a time in Philadelphia. Observer 8/26/1932, p1

Burgess, J. H. was elected a member of the membership committee of the Mollohon Men's Club for 1933, Observer 11/11/1932, p1

Burke, Sally Carter Mrs. 30 years old, was killed by her lover on October 14, 1932 at Orangeburg, Observer 10/21/1932, p4

Burns, C. H. was the brother of Samuel Black Burns who died January 10, 1932, H. C. Burns, Mrs. Will Thomas, Mrs. John Phifer, Mrs. Dan Hicks and Mrs. Will Freeman. He was the uncle of 13 years old S. B. Burns, Jr. Observer 1/12/1932, p1

Burns, Della Mrs. of Chicago was the sister of Henry Gustavus Myers, who died 5/14/1932, Lambert M. Meyers of Detroit, Mrs. Nellie Steinhouse of Chicago, and Mrs. Bernice Wenzell of Chicago. She was the aunt of Mrs. F. M. Cobb of Greenwood, and Mrs. A. H. Anderson of Atlanta. Observer 5/17/1932, p1

Burns, H. C. was the brother of Samuel Black Burns who died January 10, 1932, C. H. Burns, Mrs. Will Thomas, Mrs. John Phifer, Mrs. Dan Hicks and Mrs. Will Freeman. He was the uncle of 13 years old S. B. Burns, Jr. Observer 1/12/1932, p1

Burns, Sam of Troop #2 will attend Scout Camp July 13-20 at Callaham Mtn. Observer 6/28/1932, p3

Burns, Samuel Black 51-year-old died January 10, 1932 at his home on Harrington Street from a sudden attack of paralysis. Burial was in Rosemont Cemetery. He was a native of Wadesboro NC and had lived in Newberry for 18 years, operating a store and café. Surviving were his wife, the former Ms. Christine Halfacre and a son S. B. Burns, Jr., who is 13 years old. Also surviving were siblings: C. H. Burns, H. C. Burns, Mrs. Will Thomas, Mrs. John Phifer, Mrs. Dan Hicks and Mrs. Will Freeman. Observer 1/12/1932, p1; CARD OF THANKS, Observer 1/15/1932, p6

Burton, Elvira Mrs. of Newberry was the daughter of Joseph A. Derrick who died August 17, 1932, and sister of L. S. Derrick of Shelby NC, Mrs. L. M. Derrick of White Rock SC, Mrs. Ester Dyson of Lancaster SC, J. B. Derrick of Columbia, Mrs. Nettie Lee Dozier of Newberry, Mrs. Verassie Burtran of Columbia, Frank Derrick of Lancaster SC, Leonard Derrick of the Hawaiian Islands, E. B. Derrick of Haiti, Charles Derrick of Norfolk VA, Mrs. J. J. Evans of Rockingham NC and Mrs. Minnie Jowers of Atlanta. Observer 8/19/1932, p1

Burtran, Verassie Mrs. of Columbia SC was the daughter of Joseph A. Derrick who died August 17, 1932, and sister of L. S. Derrick of Shelby NC, Mrs. Elvira Burton of Newberry, Mrs. Ester Dyson of Lancaster SC, J. B. Derrick of Columbia, Mrs. Nettie Lee Dozier of Newberry, Mrs. L. M. Derrick of White Rock SC, Frank Derrick of Lancaster SC, Leonard Derrick of the Hawaiian Islands, E. B. Derrick of Haiti, Charles Derrick of Norfolk VA, Mrs. J. J. Evans of Rockingham NC and Mrs. Minnie Jowers of Atlanta. Observer 8/19/1932, p1

BUSH RIVER – HONOR ROLL, Observer 1/5/1932, p6 and Observer 2/12/1932, p5 and Observer 4/19/1932, p1; a summary of commencement exercises at the School, details, Observer 5/10/1932, p1; HONOR ROLL, Observer 6/10/1932, p4; HONOR ROLL, Observer 11/22/1932, p6; HONOR ROLL, Observer 12/16/1932, p1

Bush, E. E. Cadet a senior at the Citadel was appointed to the rank of first Lieut. He will have charge of the equipment needed by the infantry battalion in its practical, such as machine guns and small bore armaments. Observer 1/19/1932, p6; Eugene Edward Bush was a 1932 graduate of the Citadel, Observer 6/3/1932, p4

Bush, F. M. Mrs. was taking a two-month tour of Europe leaving New York on July 1 on the Olympic of the great White Star line. Observer 6/24/1932, p4

Busk, J. E. of Burkes Garden VA returned home after spending the winter with Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Black of Prosperity. Observer 6/21/1932, p6

Butler, Cecil R. Mr. and Mrs. were congratulated on the birth of their daughter on January 11, 1932 at Rockmart GA. The mother was the former Ms. Carolyn Tarrant of Newberry. Observer 1/12/1932, p1; Butler, C. R. Mr. and Mrs. of Rockmart GA were spending Christmas with Mrs. R. L. Tarrant, Observer 12/20/1932, p1

Butler, E. M. Mrs. of Newberry was the daughter of R. G. Wallace and Lucy Spearman Wallace and the sister of Walter B. Wallace, who died December 16, 1932, Mrs. Jessie Mayes of Newberry, Mrs. W. C. Wharton of Waterloo, Mrs. B. M. Mayes of Greensboro NC, Mrs. J. H. Wharton of Waterloo, Ms. Katherine Wallace of Columbia, Mrs. E. J. Green of Columbia, R. G. Wallace of Newberry, J. W. Wallace of Newberry and Charles J. Wallace of Newberry. She was the aunt of Walter Bruce Wallace Jr. Observer 12/20/1932, p1

Butler, Edward Nelson married Mary Lafayette Wallace on December 15 1931, at Newberry SC. The bride is the daughter of the late, R. G. Wallace and Lucy Spearman Wallace. She teaches at Darlington school. The groom is the son of H. W. Butler of Hartsville and works for the Frigidaire Company in Shelby NC. Observer 5/31/1932, p4

Butler, Harvey E. of Silverstreet was a 1932 graduate of the Citadel, Observer 6/3/1932, p4

Butler, Mattie Berry Mrs. 25-year-old wife of J. D. Butler died December 15, 1932, at Newberry County Hospital because of injuries received when severely burned at her home in Newberry two weeks ago. Surviving were her husband, a son, Robert Dewey; her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Berry of Saluda, and several brothers and sisters. Burial was in the Cemetery of Trinity Church in Saluda County. Observer 12/20/1932, p1

Butler, Mattie Mrs. of Greenwood was the mother of Pierce Butler, who died August 9, 1932, and Mrs. Mattie Butler of Greenwood. Observer 8/12/1932, p6

Butler, Pierce 37 years old died at Newberry County Hospital August 9, 1932, with burial in the Cemetery of Good Hope Church in Saluda County. He was survived by his widow, the former Ms. Carabel Black of Saluda County and five children; a sister Mrs. J. D. Proctor of Greenwood, and his mother, Mrs. Mattie Butler of Greenwood. Observer 8/12/1932, p6

Butler, Pink Mrs. of Saluda was the sister of George Elton Morris, who died October 14, 1932 and Mrs. Doc Smith of Newberry. She was the half-sister of Frank Norris of Greenwood, Robert Norris of Charleston, W. A. Norris of Lexington County, Mrs. Blanche Hollis of Charleston, Mrs. Lucy Brown Lee of Wilmington NC, Mrs. Dewey Mills of Clinton and Ms. Zula Norris of Newberry. Observer 10/18/1932, p6

Butler, Will was arrested for breaking into Blacks Dry Goods Store of Prosperity and taking goods. Observer 11/29/1932, p1

Buzhardt, B. T. was the brother of Mrs. Ida Elizabeth Buzhardt who died February 23, 1932, Olin Buzhardt, Walter Buzhardt, Mrs. J. J. Langford, Mrs. W. W. Hornsby and Mrs. Lola Werts. He was the uncle of Tom Hayes, Fred Hayes, Mrs. John Nance, Mrs. A. E. Bedenbaugh, and Mrs. Charley Cheatham of Greenville. Observer 2/26/1932, p1; he was on record as one of the best gardeners in Newberry for his early beans, strawberries, etc. Observer 5/13/1932, p1

Buzhardt, Ben T. of Newberry had surgery February 20, 1932 at Columbia Hospital and was recovering nicely. Observer 2/23/1932, p6; he recently purchased land and lots on Main Street and plans to build a modern brick home for his daughter, Mrs. Donald Rook. Observer 11/8/1932, p6; he has recovered from a three-week illness. Observer 12/20/1932, p1

Buzhardt, Harry of Troop #2 will attend Scout Camp July 13-20 at Callaham Mtn. Observer 6/28/1932, p3

Buzhardt, Ida Eliza Ms. 61 years old, died February 23, 1932, at her home in the Hartford section of Newberry. She had been ill for some time. Burial was in the Cemetery of Colony Lutheran Church. Surviving were her sons: Tom Hayes and Fred Hayes; daughters, Mrs. John Nance, Mrs. A. E. Bedenbaugh, and Mrs. Charley Cheatham of Greenville; brothers and sisters: B. T. Buzhardt, Olin Buzhardt, Walter Buzhardt, Mrs. J. J. Langford, Mrs. W. W. Hornsby and Mrs. Lola Werts. Observer 2/26/1932, p1 and Observer 3/8/1932, p3

Buzhardt, J. M. K. at probate sale surrendered 29 acres near Mollohon Mill for $1100, Observer 8/2/1932, p1

Buzhardt, Josephine Elizabeth Ms. married William Henry Kibler in 1869. Her husband died September 15, 1932 survived by his widow and three of their children Mrs. T. A. Epting, Mrs. Henry Fur and Dr. W. L. Kibler. Observer 9/23/1932, p1

Buzhardt, Lillie Mae surrendered land at probate sale for $9975, Observer 3/8/1932, p1

Buzhardt, Lomas was arrested and is out on a $500 bond for operating a 60 gallon copper still, details, Observer 11/15/1932, p1

Buzhardt, Olin was the brother of Mrs. Ida Elizabeth Buzhardt who died February 23, 1932, B. T. Buzhardt, Walter Buzhardt, Mrs. J. J. Langford, Mrs. W. W. Hornsby and Mrs. Lola Werts. He was the uncle of Tom Hayes, Fred Hayes, Mrs. John Nance, Mrs. A. E. Bedenbaugh, and Mrs. Charley Cheatham of Greenville. Observer 2/26/1932, p1

Buzhardt, Walter was the brother of Mrs. Ida Elizabeth Buzhardt who died February 23, 1932, Olin Buzhardt, B. T. Buzhardt, Mrs. J. J. Langford, Mrs. W. W. Hornsby and Mrs. Lola Werts. He was the uncle of Tom Hayes, Fred Hayes, Mrs. John Nance, Mrs. A. E. Bedenbaugh, and Mrs. Charley Cheatham of Greenville. Observer 2/26/1932, p1

Buzhardt, Wilbur Kibler married Ms. Ellender Cristall White on February 23, 1932 at the home of the bride's parents Rev. and Mrs. S. B. White at the Methodist Parsonage on Milligan Street officiated by Rev. H. A. Whittin. The groom was a world war Veteran. Lengthy details of the affair, Observer 2/26/1932, p6; and article, telling they had just returned home after a three-week honeymoon through GA and FL. It speaks of the points of interest, etc. Observer 3/22/1932, p6

Byers, Boyd Mrs. of Clinton was the sister of Mrs. W. Y. Johnson, who died April 25, 1932, Watson Meadors, J. C. Meadors, P. M. Meadors, Mrs. W. D. Bath of Vale NC Mrs. L. R. Painter of Clinton and Mrs. L. F. Jones of Clinton. She was the aunt of Mrs. O. S. Goree and W. I. Johnson. Observer 4/29/1932, p1

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