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

Dahlgren, Olaf was elected senior deacon for 1933 Amity Lodge NO. 87 AFM, Observer 12/13/1932, p6

Daitch, Philip and family will move from Newberry to Augusta, GA, where he will be in the wholesale hosiery business. Observer 5/17/1932, p1; he and family moved to Augusta, GA. He had been in business, in Newberry for 17 years. Observer 7/12/1932, p1; Philip Daitch moved his entire stock of goods from his Newberry and Saluda stores into the old Mimnaugh store where he will quickly clear the entire stock. Observer 1/1/1932, p1; a Salvage Co. bought his stock, Observer 1/8/1932, p1; he has a number of store fixtures for sale, including four cash registers, two adding machines, a showcase, 8 mirrors, window display fixtures of all kinds, a circulating heater and two stoves, 21 tables in all sizes, desk, three electric fans, shoe bench, stool, mirrors and one safe. Observer 1/19/1932, p6

Danielsen, J. T. was elected 1932 driver for the City of Newberry Fire Dept. Observer 1/1/1932, p1

DAR - a report on the first meeting of 1932 at the home of Ms. Grace Summer, details, Observer 1/19/1932, p6; a summary of the meeting that was held at the home of Mrs. P. D. Johnson, on September 9, 1932, details, Observer 9/16/1932, p1 and Observer 10/251932, p1; about the last meeting, Observer 11/15/1932, p6; a flowering cherry tree was planted on the grounds of Newberry High School as a living memorial of the 200th birthday of George Washington. Observer 11/25/1932, p1; ELLIS ISLAND - a paper by Ms. Mary Dewalt Hunter, who was chairman of the Ellis Island committee of the local Jasper chapter DAR, Observer 12/20/1932, p6

Darby, Everett A. married Ms. Iris Thomas both of Newberry on August 29, 1932 officiated by Rev. S. B. White, at the front room of the Parsonage of Epting Memorial Church. Details, Observer 9/2/1932, p1

Davenport, George T. was 1932 Trustee for Moose Lodge No. 780, Newberry, Observer 5/6/1932, p1

Davenport, J. L. Mrs. of Newberry was the sister of Mrs. W. F. Chappell who died July 19, 1932, Mrs. J. W. Koon of Cross Hill and M. D. Smith of Cold Point. She was the aunt of L. A. Chappell, M. D. Chappell and J. H. Chappell, all of Newberry. Observer 7/22/1932, p3

Davenport, O. P. was elected steward for 1933 Amity Lodge NO. 87 AFM, Observer 12/13/1932, p6

Davidson, James R. celebrated his 80th birthday with a holiday season gathering of the family with a dinner. Details, Observer 12/30/1932, p1

Davis Dezzaree of Newberry was five years old and will go to School next year. - letter to Santa, Observer 12/20/1932, p2

DAVIS FAMILY REUNION - will be held August 28, 1932 by the descendents of Nimrod and Rhoda Davis. The reunion will be at Turkey Creek Church near Shoals Junction. It is the third annual reunion, Observer 8/23/1932, p1

Davis, Charles Ligon married Ms. Ruby Mertis Farrof Newberry on September 8, 1932 at the Oakland Methodist Parsonage officiated by Rev. S. B. White. Observer 9/13/1932, p5

Davis, Dorothy of Newberry was seven years old and in the second grade - letter to Santa, Observer 12/20/1932, p2

Davis, Frank G. all cases against him were nol prossed on September 1, 1932. This eliminates from the record all cases growing out of the failure of the National Bank of Newberry. Observer 11/11/1932, p4

Davis, Frank G. Surrendered a lot in the town of Newberry on Caldwell Street at probate sale for $1000. Observer 4/5/1932, p6

Davis, Helen Ms. is suffering from the flu, at her home. Observer 4/19/1932, p6

Davis, Heyward 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

Davis, J. Marion of Newberry was appointed on January 20, 1932 by the Gov. to fill the vacancy on the State highway commission from the eighth judicial circuit, the vacancy having been made by the resignation of W. R. McCuen of Laurens. Observer 1/22/1932, p1

Davis, John Lee, a traveling salesman formerly of Newberry now has Newberry as part of his territory in selling for the Mergenthaler Linotype company. Observer 3/18/1932, p2

Davis, Mahlon Walter 79 years old died August 28, 1932, with burial in the cemetery of Fairview Church. He suffered a stroke August 27, 1932. Observer 8/30/1932, p3

Davis, Margaret was a 1932 graduate of Newberry High School, Observer 5/24/1932, p1

Dawkins, Ben Mr. and Mrs. have a new daughter, who was born September 2, 1932, named Dorothy Dawkins. Observer 9/6/1932, p6

Dawkins, J. Ray, was elected 1933 WM for Prosperity Lodge No. 115, AFM, Observer 12/13/1932, p3

Dawkins, J. T. of Newberry was eight years old and in the second grade. His teacher was Ms. Daisy Cannon – letter to Santa, Observer 12/16/1932, p4

Dawkins, John - his son returned home after treatment at Newberry Hospital, Observer 2/23/1932, p5

Dawkins, John H. His small son had surgery at the Columbia Hospital and is recovering. Observer 3/22/1932, p6

Dawkins, Juanita Ms. daughter of J. S. Dawkins had surgery at Newberry Hospital on February 16, 1932. Observer 2/23/1932, p5

Dawkins, Motte Mr. and Mrs. -a summary of a family gathering. Observer 7/8/1932, p3

Dawkins, Pettus left his job at Belk – McKnight, Observer 10/18/1932, p5

Dawkins, Raymond and Kenneth of Newberry were six years and four years of age - – letter to Santa, Observer 12/16/1932, p4

Day, Vonia Ms. married Wade Padgett of Newberry at the Epting Memorial Methodist Church officiated by Rev. S. B. White on September 16, 1932. The couple will live at 2046 Piedmont Ave. in Newberry. Observer 9/23/1932, p1

Dean, Martha Leila Ms. daughter of Arthur Robert Dean of Wadesboro NC married William Floyd Sayers of Charlotte NC on 11/5/1932 in Anderson SC at the home of J. W. Smith on Webb Street officiated by Rev. W. B. Garrett, details, Observer 11/11/1932, p4

Dean, Richard about his death in the electric chair, Observer 1/12/1932, p6

Dean, Thomas I. was elected Guards des Prissonnieurs for 1932 Voiture Locale 435, La Societe des 40 Hommes et 8 Chevaux, Observer 2/19/1932, p1

Dean, W. A. ‘Scotty’ 40 years old of318 Lee Avenue, in Greenville was killed instantly at a railroad crossing when his automobile collided with a fast southern railway passenger train. Details, Observer 10/251932, p1

DeHardt, Lula Estelle Ms. married John Colon Crawford on June 26, 1932. Observer 7/1/1932, p5 & p6

Denning, D. B. Mrs. of Newberry received a telegram telling her that J. W. Denning of Roanoke VA was the father of a new daughter. Observer 8/2/1932, p1

Denning, David son of Mrs. Daisy B. Denning was discharged from Newberry County Hospital and is recovering at his home. Observer 5/10/1932, p6

Dennis, Calvin had two teachers, Ms. Gertrude and Mr. Bryan – letter to Santa, Observer 12/16/1932, p4

Dennis, Francis will manage the Epting Dairy Farm. Observer 1/8/1932, p2

Dennis, H. H. was the son of Nathan Y. Dennis and brother of Mrs. Viola Beatrice Shealy who died June 23, 1932, Mrs. H. L. Gantt of Columbia, James Dennis of Charlotte, Mrs. L. F. Price and Mrs. D. R. Rivers of Newberry and the uncle of Lillian Shealy, Grady Shealy, Marvin Shealy, James Shealy, Grover Shealy, Sarah Shealy, Rachel Shealy and Rebecca Shealy. Observer 6/28/1932, p6

Dennis, J. Carl surrendered 57.5 acres of land, 3 miles south of Prosperity at probate sale for $650. Observer 12/6/1932, p1

Dennis, James of Charlotte was the son of Nathan Y. Dennis and brother of Mrs. Viola Beatrice Shealy who died June 23, 1932, Mrs. H. L. Gantt of Columbia, H. H. Dennis, Mrs. L. F. Price and Mrs. D. R. Rivers of Newberry and the uncle of Lillian Shealy, Grady Shealy, Marvin Shealy, James Shealy, Grover Shealy, Sarah Shealy, Rachel Shealy and Rebecca Shealy. Observer 6/28/1932, p6

Dennis, Viola Beatrice 44 years old daughter of Nathan Y. Dennis died June 23, 1932, at her home near the City. She was survived by children: Grover Shealy, Grady Shealy, Marvin Shealy, James Shealy, Rebecca Shealy, Sarah Shealy, Rachel Shealy and Lillian Shealy. Also surviving were siblings: H. H. Dennis, Mrs. H. L. Gantt of Columbia

Dennis, Z. W. vs Newberry Feed and Milling Co. – non suit, Observer 12/9/1932, p1

Dent, Woodrow 18 years old son of the late W. D. Dent was discharged from Columbia Hospital after being treated for burns. He was in a gasoline accident in a car with three others; one of the boys died and the other two are in critical condition; details of the event, Observer 7/26/1932, p6

Derrick, Charles of Norfolk, VA was the son of Joseph A. Derrick who died August 17, 1932, and brother of Mrs. L. M. Derrick of White Rock SC, Mrs. Elvira Burton of Newberry, 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, L. S. Derrick of Shelby NC, Mrs. J. J. Evans of Rockingham NC and Mrs. Minnie Jowers of Atlanta. Observer 8/19/1932, p1

Derrick, D. M. Mrs. had surgery at Columbia Hospital. Observer 8/30/1932, p3

Derrick, E. B.  of the US Marines stationed at Parris island is home on a three-month furlough, Observer 3/29/1932, p8

Derrick, E. B. of Haiti was the son of Joseph A. Derrick who died August 17, 1932 and brother of Mrs. L. M. Derrick of White Rock SC, Mrs. Elvira Burton of Newberry, 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, L. S. Derrick of Shelby NC, Charles Derrick of Norfolk VA, Mrs. J. J. Evans of Rockingham NC and Mrs. Minnie Jowers of Atlanta. Observer 8/19/1932, p1

Derrick, Earl was a 1932 graduate of Prosperity High School, Observer 5/31/1932, p6

Derrick, Eugene had a crush with the car driven by D. G. Dodsworth of Charlotte, who was later arrested for driving an automobile while intoxicated. Mrs. B. B. Hiller, who was riding in the Derrick car, was slightly injured. The Derrick car was completely destroyed and they had to come to Newberry from Charlotte by bus. Observer 12/30/1932, p1

Derrick, Eugene of Newberry was the son of Mrs. Lula Hiller Derrick, who died April 9, 1932, and nephew of C. E. Hiller of Ridge Spring, Eric Hiller of Newberry and Vernon Hiller of Newberry. He was the grandson of Mrs. B. B. Hiller and brother of Mrs. E. B. Setzler of Spartanburg, Mrs. A. M. Cannon of Clinton, Ms. Helen Derrick and L. Caldwell Derrick of Charlotte. Observer 4/12/1932, p1

Derrick, Frank of Lancaster SC was the son of Joseph A. Derrick who died August 17, 1932 and brother of Mrs. L. M. Derrick of White Rock SC, Mrs. Elvira Burton of Newberry, Mrs. Ester Dyson of Lancaster SC, J. B. Derrick of Columbia, Mrs. Nettie Lee Dozier of Newberry, Mrs. Verassie Burtran of Columbia, L. S. Derrick of Shelby NC, 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

Derrick, Helen Ms. of Newberry was the daughter of Mrs. Lula Hiller Derrick, who died April 9, 1932, and niece of C. E. Hiller of Ridge Spring, Eric Hiller of Newberry and Vernon Hiller of Newberry. She was the granddaughter of Mrs. B. B. Hiller and sister of L. Caldwell Derrick of Charlotte, Mrs. A. M. Cannon of Clinton, Mrs. E. B. Setzler of Spartanburg and Eugene Derrick of Newberry. Observer 4/12/1932, p1

Derrick, J. B. of Columbia was the son of Joseph A. Derrick who died August 17, 1932, and brother of Mrs. L. M. Derrick of White Rock SC, Mrs. Elvira Burton of Newberry, Mrs. Ester Dyson of Lancaster SC, L. S. Derrick of Shelby NC, 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

Derrick, Joseph A. 67 years old died August 17, 1932 in Atlanta GA, at the home of his daughter Mrs. Minnie Jowers. Burial was in Summer Memorial Cemetery. Surviving were children: Mrs. L. M. Derrick of White Rock SC, 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. 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

Derrick, L. Caldwell of Charlotte was the son of Mrs. Lula Hiller Derrick, who died April 9, 1932, and nephew of C. E. Hiller of Ridge Spring, Eric Hiller of Newberry and Vernon Hiller of Newberry. He was the grandson of Mrs. B. B. Hiller and brother of Mrs. E. B. Setzler of Spartanburg, Mrs. A. M. Cannon of Clinton, Ms. Helen Derrick and Eugene Derrick of Newberry. Observer 4/12/1932, p1

Derrick, L. M. Mrs. of White Rock 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. 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

Derrick, L. S. of Shelby NC was the son of Joseph A. Derrick who died August 17, 1932, and brother of Mrs. L. M. Derrick of White Rock SC, Mrs. Elvira Burton of Newberry, 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

Derrick, Leonard of the Hawaiian Islands was the son of Joseph A. Derrick who died August 17, 1932, and brother of Mrs. L. M. Derrick of White Rock SC, Mrs. Elvira Burton of Newberry, 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, L. S. Derrick of Shelby NC, 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

Derrick, Lula Hiller Mrs. 53 years old died at her home on Cline Street on April 9, 1932, after a lingering illness of several months. Burial was in Rosemont Cemetery. Surviving was her mother, Mrs. B. B. Hiller; children, Mrs. E. B. Setzler of Spartanburg, L. Caldwell Derrick of Charlotte, Mrs. A. M. Cannon of Clinton, Ms. Helen Derrick, Eugene Derrick of Newberry; brothers C. E. Hiller of Ridge Spring, Eric Hiller of Newberry and Vernon Hiller of Newberry. Observer 4/12/1932, p1; CARD OF THANKS, Observer 4/15/1932, p1

Derrick, Noah H. a prominent farmer of Chapin and in the wholesale lumber business, committed suicide at his home on February 22, 1932. Details, Observer 2/26/1932, p2

Derrick, Sallie Ms. 74 years old died September 7, 1932, with burial in the cemetery of St. Paul's Lutheran Church. She had lately been living with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Kibler. Observer 9/16/1932, p2; she died September 8, 1932 at the home of Mrs. Lula Koon. Burial was in the Cemetery of St. Paul's Lutheran Church. Details, Observer 9/20/1932, p5

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

DeVore, Ella Permelia Ms. 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. Therefore of Jacksonville FL, Observer 2/26/1932, p6

DeVore, Frank P. of Newberry was the brother of Mrs. Ella Permelia Bodie who died February 25, 1932, 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, J. M. DeVore of Langley SC and W. L. DeVore of Jacksonville FL. He was the uncle 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

DeVore, J. M. of Langley was the brother of Mrs. Ella Permelia Bodie who died February 25, 1932, 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 and W. L. DeVore of Jacksonville FL. He was the uncle 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

DeVore, Roy was a 1932 graduate of Newberry High School, Observer 5/24/1932, p1

DeVore, W. L. of Jacksonville FL was the brother of Mrs. Ella Permelia Bodie who died February 25, 1932, 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, J. M. DeVore of Langley SC and Frank P. DeVore of Newberry. He was the uncle 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

DeWalt, John surrendered 57 acres of land in No. 8 Township at probate sale for $200. Observer 11/8/1932, p1

Dickenson, O. H. was elected Sous Conducteur for 1932 Voiture Locale 435, La Societe des 40 Hommes et 8 Chevaux, Observer 2/19/1932, p1

Dickenson, Oliver Mrs. slipped on wet clover early one morning last week and broke the small bone in her lower limb. She is now in a cast for three weeks. Observer 5/27/1932, p2

Dickert, C. L. of Savannah GA was the son of William H. Dickert and Elizabeth Epting Dickert of Newberry and the uncle of Mrs. William M. McCauley of Atlanta. He was the brother of David M. Dickert who died March 17, 1932, Mrs. Thomas Brooks, Mrs. Gerard Etheridge and Mrs. Mamie Boinest, Mrs. Mamie Boinest; Jefferson S. Dickert of Atlanta, GA; D. C. Dickert of Bristol, TN. Observer 3/22/1932, p1

Dickert, Coke was the son of Mrs. Effie Counts Dickert who died 2/1/1932, and nephew of A. F. Counts of Columbia. He was the brother of, Mrs. Bunyan Ringer, Mrs. Wyche Dickert, Ms. Juliet Dickert, Mrs. Ruby Dickert, Mrs. Jessie Frank Hawkins, Jessie Dickert and Forest Dickert, all of Newberry, Mrs. William M. Folk of Monks Corner and Mrs. George Lefler of Charlotte NC. Observer 2/5/1932, p6

Dickert, D. C. of Bristol, TN was the son of William H. Dickert and Elizabeth Epting Dickert of Newberry and the uncle of Mrs. William M. McCauley of Atlanta. He was the brother of David M. Dickert who died March 17, 1932, Mrs. Thomas Brooks, Mrs. Gerard Etheridge and Mrs. Mamie Boinest, Mrs. Mamie Boinest and Jefferson S. Dickert of Atlanta, GA; C. L. Dickert of Savannah GA. Observer 3/22/1932, p1

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

Dickert, David M. 72-year-old native of Newberry died at his home in Atlanta GA, March 17, 1932, following a few days of illness. Burial was in Rosemont Cemetery. He was the son of the late William H. Dickert and Elizabeth Epting Dickert and had a shoe store on Main Street in Newberry until his family moved to Atlanta 40 years ago. Surviving was his wife the former Ms. Lula Eichelberger of Newberry; a daughter, Mrs. William M. McCauley of Atlanta; sisters Mrs. Mamie Boinest, Mrs. Thomas Brooks, Mrs. Gerard Etheridge and Mrs. James F. Edens; brothers D. C. Dickert of Bristol, TN; Jefferson S. Dickert of Atlanta, GA and C. L. Dickert of Savannah GA. Observer 3/22/1932, p1

Dickert, Earl of Pomaria was eight years old and in the third grade - letter to Santa, Observer 12/20/1932, p2

Dickert, Edith was eight years old - a letter to Santa, Observer 12/23/1932, p5 and a letter to Santa, Observer 12/30/1932, p5

Dickert, Effie Counts Mrs. 62 years old wife of J. L. Dickert died 2/1/1932, at her home in Newberry, with burial in Rosemont Cemetery. She was survived by her husband and 10 children: Mrs. Jessie Frank Hawkins, Mrs. Bunyan Ringer, Mrs. Wyche Dickert, Ms. Juliet Dickert, Mrs. Ruby Dickert, Forest Dickert, Jessie Dickert and Coke Dickert, all of Newberry, Mrs. William M. Folk of Monks Corner and Mrs. George Lefler of Charlotte NC. A brother, A. F. Counts of Columbia also survives. Observer 2/5/1932, p6

Dickert, Elizabeth was five years old - a letter to Santa, Observer 12/23/1932, p5 and a letter to Santa, Observer 12/30/1932, p5

Dickert, Forest was the son of Mrs. Effie Counts Dickert who died 2/1/1932, and nephew of A. F. Counts of Columbia. He was the brother of, Mrs. Bunyan Ringer, Mrs. Wyche Dickert, Ms. Juliet Dickert, Mrs. Ruby Dickert, Mrs. Jessie Frank Hawkins, Jessie Dickert and Coke Dickert, all of Newberry, Mrs. William M. Folk of Monks Corner and Mrs. George Lefler of Charlotte NC. Observer 2/5/1932, p6

Dickert, H. A. Mrs. was the winner in the guessing contest held at Belk – McKnight Co. Details, Observer 5/27/1932, p1

Dickert, Jackson attended the poultry short course at Clemson College this week. He took this course last summer and passed the examination for a licensed inspector for the SC Poultry Improvement Association. Observer 8/30/1932, p1

Dickert, Jacob Newton married Ms. Rebecca Alliene Waldrop on December 25, 1932 at the Newberry circuit. Parsonage officiated by Rev. W. F. Johnson. Observer 12/30/1932, p6

Dickert, Jefferson S. of Atlanta GA was the son of William H. Dickert and Elizabeth Epting Dickert of Newberry and the uncle of Mrs. William M. McCauley of Atlanta. He was the brother of David M. Dickert who died March 17, 1932, Mrs. Thomas Brooks, Mrs. Gerard Etheridge and Mrs. Mamie Boinest, Mrs. Mamie Boinest and D. C. Dickert of Bristol, TN; C. L. Dickert of Savannah GA. Observer 3/22/1932, p1

Dickert, Jessie was the son of Mrs. Effie Counts Dickert who died 2/1/1932, and nephew of A. F. Counts of Columbia. He was the brother of, Mrs. Bunyan Ringer, Mrs. Wyche Dickert, Ms. Juliet Dickert, Mrs. Ruby Dickert, Mrs. Jessie Frank Hawkins, Forest Dickert and Coke Dickert, all of Newberry, Mrs. William M. Folk of Monks Corner and Mrs. George Lefler of Charlotte NC. Observer 2/5/1932, p6

Dickert, Julia Ms. was the daughter of Mrs. Effie Counts Dickert who died 2/1/1932, and niece of A. F. Counts of Columbia. She was the sister of, Mrs. Bunyan Ringer, Mrs. Wyche Dickert, Mrs. Jessie Frank Hawkins, Mrs. Ruby Dickert, Forest Dickert, Jessie Dickert and Coke Dickert, all of Newberry, Mrs. William M. Folk of Monks Corner and Mrs. George Lefler of Charlotte NC. Observer 2/5/1932, p6

Dickert, Ruby Ms. was the daughter of Mrs. Effie Counts Dickert who died 2/1/1932, and niece of A. F. Counts of Columbia. She was the sister of, Mrs. Bunyan Ringer, Mrs. Wyche Dickert, Ms. Juliet Dickert, Mrs. Jessie Frank Hawkins, Forest Dickert, Jessie Dickert and Coke Dickert, all of Newberry, Mrs. William M. Folk of Monks Corner and Mrs. George Lefler of Charlotte NC. Observer 2/5/1932, p6; she was a student nurse in Roper Hospital Charleston; spent the weekend in Newberry with her sister Mrs. Wyche Dickert. Observer 7/22/1932, p6

Dickert, Wyche Mrs. was the daughter of Mrs. Effie Counts Dickert who died 2/1/1932, and niece of A. F. Counts of Columbia. She was the sister of, Mrs. Bunyan Ringer, Mrs. Jessie Frank Hawkins, Ms. Juliet Dickert, Mrs. Ruby Dickert, Forest Dickert, Jessie Dickert and Coke Dickert, all of Newberry, Mrs. William M. Folk of Monks Corner and Mrs. George Lefler of Charlotte NC. Observer 2/5/1932, p6

Dillard, Ford Mrs. of Greenwood was the daughter of Frank B. Hipp who died March 14, 1932, and niece of Mrs. Sally Payne, Mrs. Hix Conner of Greenwood, George Hipp of Murfreesboro ARK, William Hipp of Emmett, ARK, M. D. Hipp of New Orleans. She was the sister of Mrs. E. E. Glenn of Greenwood, Mrs. W. W. Waites of Greenwood, J. T. Hipp of ’96, F. B. Hipp Jr. of Greenwood, Andrew Hipp of Greenwood, Oscar Hipp of Greenwood and Furman Hipp of Greenwood. Observer 3/22/1932, p6

Dipner, Billy of Chappells was five years old and did not go to School but will start next year – a letter to Santa, Observer 12/23/1932, p2 and - a letter to Santa, Observer 12/30/1932, p2

Dodgen, Clayton of 614 Cromer St. in Newberry was in the third grade – a letter to Santa, Observer 12/9/1932, p2

Dodgen, Frances was a five-year-old girl who mentioned her brother Henry – a letter to Santa, Observer 12/23/1932, p2 and Observer 12/30/1932, p2

Dodsworth, D. G. of Charlotte was arrested for driving an automobile while intoxicated following a crash with a car driven by Eugene Derrick of Newberry. Mrs. B. B. Hiller, who was riding in the Derrick car, was slightly injured. The Derrick car was completely destroyed and they had to come to Newberry from Charlotte by bus. Observer 12/30/1932, p1

DOMINICK REUNION - on August 12 at Young's Grove, Observer 8/2/1932, p1

Dominick, Cynthia Ms. three-year-old daughter of superintendent and Mrs. George K. Dominick had an appendectomy on May 30th 1932, at Newberry County Hospital. Dr. Bennett received this rush call and came to Newberry from Columbia via airplane. Observer 6/3/1932, p1

Dominick, Cynthia of Newberry was three years old; she did not think she could be good for much longer Santa only comes to see good boys and girls, so her daddy did not get much when he was a little boy - a letter to Santa, Observer 12/23/1932, p5 and a letter to Santa, Observer 12/30/1932, p5

Dominick, E. C. Mrs. of Prosperity was the daughter of Benjamin F. Mills, who died August 28, 1932, and niece of T. M. Mills of Prosperity, M. M. Mills of Newberry, J. Burr Mills of Prosperity, John P. Mills of Prosperity and Mrs. John H. Nichols of Prosperity. She was the sister of R. E. Mills of Newberry, Dr. C. B. Mills of Cross Hill, E. C. Mills of Newberry, Mrs. Pat Stockman of Newberry and Mrs. J. D. Franklin. Observer 8/30/1932, p6

Dominick, E. S.’s farm for sale: 864 acres, 3 miles north Chappells on two highways, large dwelling, plenty of tenant houses, barns, etc. Watered by branches, springs and wells. Observer 9/13/1932, p2

Dominick, Ed Mrs. was the daughter of Ben F. Mills; was the sister of L. W. Mills, who died February 9, 1932, Mrs. Caldwell Franklin, Mrs. Pat Stockman, all of Newberry; Arthur Mills, and Ralph Mills of Newberry and Dr. Claude Mills of Cross Mills SC. Observer 2/12/1932, p1

Dominick, Ed of Prosperity had an appendectomy at Newberry County Hospital. Observer 7/26/1932, p6; he was discharged from the Hospital, Observer 8/16/1932, p5

Dominick, Frederick H. Congressman and wife were congratulated on the arrival of their second daughter born March 10, 1932 in Washington DC. Observer 3/22/1932, p6

Dominick, Gary Lee, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Dominick married Ms. Mary Lee Whitman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Whitman on December 24, 1931 at St. Luke's Parsonage officiated by Rev. J. B. Harmon. Observer 1/1/1932, p1

Dominick, H. L. SESSIONS COURT; violation of prohibition law; not guilty. Observer 3/25/1932, p1

Dominick, H. Lang of Chappells SESSIONS COURT OF GREENWOOD SC - violation of prohibition law; he was given until next Thursday to dispose of his livestock before sentences pronounced. Observer 11/4/1932, p1

Dominick, Haskell was recovering from surgery necessitated from a smashup at a saw mill, several weeks ago, Observer 5/17/1932, p5; Haskell E. Dominick was discharged after staying in Newberry Hospital for three months extremely ill from the sawmill accident. He is staying at the home of his sister, Mrs. D. L. Bedenbaugh. Observer 7/19/1932, p6

Dominick, Horace E. returned to Prosperity from Cleveland Ohio, where he had been teaching mechanics. Observer 5/31/1932, p4

Dominick, Horace G. taught classes at Sweeney's Electrical School in Cleveland Ohio. Observer 8/9/1932, p5

Dominick, John J. CARD OF THANKS for the vote and support in the primary election of August 30. Observer 9/2/1932, p8

Dominick, Lou Nell was a 1932 graduate of Prosperity High School, Observer 5/31/1932, p6

Dominick, Minnie B. Mrs. surrendered at probate sale, 863 acres of ground for $3000; 37 acres of land for $200, Observer 1/5/1932, p8

Dominick, Otis of Newberry took second prize for the best 10 ears of any other variety of white dent corn, Observer 10/21/1932, p1

Dominick, Raymond son of E. C. Dominick joined the Navy. He left on February 12, 1932. Observer 2/16/1932, p4

Dominick, Vera Polly Ms. married William Carl Lester on November 19, 1932, at St. Luke's Lutheran Church Parsonage officiated by Rev. J. B. Harmon. The bride is the daughter of E. W. Dominick and the groom is the son of George Lester. Observer 11/29/1932, p5

Donavant, T. D. 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. J. C. Brown of Greensboro, Mrs. L. C. Parrish 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

Dorrity, Eva was a 1932 graduate of Newberry High School, Observer 5/24/1932, p1

Dorrity, Lewis of Newberry was six years old and in the first grade. His teacher was Ms. Annie Cromer - a letter to Santa, Observer 12/23/1932, p5 and a letter to Santa, Observer 12/30/1932, p5

Dorrity, Ruth Ellen Mrs. and B. L. Dorrity surrendered at probate sale, 93.5 acres in School district #25 at probate sale for $300. Observer 11/8/1932, p1

Dorrity, Thomas was a 1932 graduate of Newberry High School, Observer 5/24/1932, p1

Dorroh, Mary Mrs. was the daughter of Emmett Frances Senn who died June 8, 1932, and the sister of Mrs. Carrie Mae Hendrix, Mrs. Louise Wilson, Mrs. Rebecca Lupo, Mrs. Gladys Lupo, W. O. Senn, W. W. Senn, G. C. Senn and D. F. Senn. Observer 6/10/1932, p6

Doscher, James Godfrey 24 years old of Aiken set out for a fishing trip of Lake Murray riding in a trailer attached to an automobile. The trailer broke loose from the car and overturned and he died from causes of injuries. Observer 8/16/1932, p1

Dowd, C. L. 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

Dowd, Doris of Prosperity was in the second grade and her teacher’s name was Ms. Frances Ruff - letter to Santa, Observer 12/20/1932, p2

Dowd, Harvey Mr. and Mrs. were congratulated on the birth of a son last week. Observer 8/12/1932, p6

Dowd, J. E. Mr. and Mrs. were congratulated on the birth of a new son. Observer 6/7/1932, p4

Dowd, J. P. of Pomaria was eight years old and in the second grade - letter to Santa, Observer 12/20/1932, p2

Dowd, John of Kinards married Miss Daisy Epting in Columbia on 1/3/1932 officiated by Rev. W. C. Bolick. The bride was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Epting and the groom was a businessman of Kinards, Observer 1/8/1932, p1

Dowd, Katherine of Newberry was five years old - letter to Santa, Observer 12/20/1932, p2

Dowd, Margaret of Prosperity was in the third grade and her teacher’s name was Ms. Frances Ruff - letter to Santa, Observer 12/20/1932, p2

Downs, J. C. SESSIONS COURT; housebreaking and larceny; pleaded guilty; 6 months; sentenced to run consecutively with the sentence, he is now serving in the State penitentiary. Observer 10/21/1932, p1

Dozier, Nettie Lee Mrs. of Newberry 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. L. M. Derrick of White Rock SC, 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

Driggers, Corrine Ms. married Ray Rinehart both of Newberry on August 4, 1932 officiated by Rev. E. B. Keisler at the Parsonage of the Lutheran Church of the Redeemer in Newberry. Observer 8/9/1932, p5

Driggers, D. C. Mrs. of Newberry 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. Henry R. Boozer of Kinards, 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

Dufford, C. A. was elected 1933 adjutant of Newberry American Legion Post No. 24, Observer 9/30/1932, p1

Dunbar, Sarah Mrs. of Harrington Street was a victim of a theft on June 14, 1932, when someone took all her ferns and flowers out of the pots that were on her porch and left the pots empty. Observer 6/17/1932, p6

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

Duncan, Kathryn daughter of Mrs. Clarence C. Duncan, celebrated her sixth birthday with a party, details, Observer 7/5/1932, p6

Duncan, Kathryn of 2009 College St. Newberry was in the first grade - a letter to Santa, Observer 12/23/1932, p5 and a letter to Santa, Observer 12/30/1932, p5

Duncan, Sara of Newberry married Madison Pitts on June 30, 1932, at Newberry officiated by Rev. J. C. Peery. The bride is the oldest daughter of Clarence Duncan of Newberry and the groom is the son of Mr. Fred Pitts of Silverstreet. For the past three years the groom has worked at AT&T Co. of Denmark SC. Observer 7/5/1932, p1

Dunn, Ailene Ms. of Rock Hill was the daughter of the late Dr. W. A. Dunn and the sister of Ms. Mary Dunn who died 5/1/1932, William E. Dunn of Newberry, Ms. Ella Dunn of Sumter and Ms. Lucy Dunn of Newberry. Observer 5/3/1932, p6

Dunn, Ellen Mrs. of Sumter was the daughter of the late Dr. W. A. Dunn and the sister of Ms. Mary Dunn who died 5/1/1932, William E. Dunn of Newberry, Ms. Lucy Dunn of Newberry and Ms. Ailene Dunn of Rock Hill. Observer 5/3/1932, p6

Dunn, Lucy Ms. of Newberry was the daughter of the late Dr. W. A. Dunn and the sister of Ms. Mary Dunn who died 5/1/1932, William E. Dunn of Newberry, Ms. Ella Dunn of Sumter and Ms. Ailene Dunn of Rock Hill. Observer 5/3/1932, p6

Dunn, Mary Ms. 35-year-old daughter of the late Dr. W. A. Dunn died at Newberry County Hospital on 5/1/1932, following an illness of some duration. Burial was in Rosemont Cemetery. Surviving was her stepmother and siblings: William E. Dunn of Newberry, Ms. Lucy Dunn of Newberry, Ms. Ella Dunn of Sumter and Ms. Ailene Dunn of Rock Hill. Observer 5/3/1932, p6

Dunn, William E. of Newberry was the son of the late Dr. W. A. Dunn and the brother of Ms. Mary Dunn who died 5/1/1932, Ms. Lucy Dunn of Newberry, Ms. Ella Dunn of Sumter and Ms. Ailene Dunn of Rock Hill. Observer 5/3/1932, p6

Dunn, William E. was attending the Guyton-Jones school of embalming at Nashville TN. Observer 7/8/1932, p6

Durham, William Strother Dr. of Columbia will marry Ms. Lois Christine Thomas daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Charles Edward Thomas during the fall. Observer 10/14/1932, p3

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

Dyson, Ester Mrs. of Lancaster 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. L. M. Derrick of White Rock 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

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