1935 Observer
Newspaper abstracts by Edith Greisser
Newberry County, South Carolina Genealogy Trails

Fair, Robert P. died of disease in the Civil War February 1863. He was the second person to be buried in Rosemont Cemetery. Newberry Observer 4/5/1935, p8

Fair, W. Y. of Memphis Tennessee visited R. P. Fair of Newberry. Newberry Observer 7/26/1935, p6

FAIRVIEW section of the county - the comings and goings of the people of the area, Newberry Observer 3/29/1935, p4

Fallaw, Bettie nine-year-old daughter of E. L. Fallaw of Newberry originally from Batesburg had the misfortune to fall off a daybed at the National Hotel and break her arm above the elbow. She was taken to Columbia Hospital for treatment. Newberry Observer 8/30/1935, section #2, p1

Fanning, Blanche was on the honor roll of Pomaria School for the sixth grade, Newberry Observer 12/10/1935, p4

Fant, Maffett at the Newberry County Fair participated in a mule race and was one of four winners. Newberry Observer 10/22/1935, p4

Fant, Mary Mrs. had a fire in her Woodhouse. Very little damage was done. Newberry Observer 3/19/1935, p6

Fant, Mary Mrs. won second-place and red ribbon winner in the category ‘Hardy Climbing Roses’ at the second annual flower show in Newberry, Newberry Observer 5/10/1935, p1

Fant, White Mrs. was awarded second prize and first ribbon for her display of two ladies handkerchiefs in the category of fancy work at the Newberry Fair. Newberry Observer 10/22/1935, p1

Farmer, Annie Ms. of Columbia had married Isaac Keller Glasgow who died May 29th 1935. Their children were Mrs. J. C. Werts of Greenwood; a son William F. Glasgow of Tampa Florida. Newberry Observer 6/4/1935, p1

FARMER’S HATCHERY located at 1015 Caldwell St., phone 106-J - 9˘/each, Newberry Observer 1/8/1935, p3

Farr, J. D. was awarded third prize of a ‘Shakespeare’ fishing line in the R. M. Lominack Hardware Contest for the biggest bass caught in Lake Murray. Newberry Observer 7/19/1935, p2

Farris, A. P. was volunteer coach for the Newberry Little League teams, Newberry Observer 5/10/1935, p1

Farrow, Parks was touring the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia. Newberry Observer 6/11/1935, p6

FEAGLE - HOUSEAL FAMILY REUNION - the ninth annual reunion was held at Little Mountain on July 25, 1935, 2 miles southwest of the town of Little Mountain where the home of Capt. and Mrs. William Frederick Houseal once stood, built before the Revolutionary war. Two of the older members of the clan were not able to attend because of sickness: Mrs. Kate Monts 97 years old of Little Mountain and Mrs. J. L. Wheeler 84 years old of Columbia. John N. Feagle 89 years old was present and enjoy the day. Officers of the Association were elected and names given. Newberry Observer 7/30/1935, p1

Feagle, Carl E. of Columbia was voted president of the Houseal-Feagle Family Assoc. Newberry Observer 7/30/1935, p1

Feagle, E. B. was elected superintendent of streets for 1936, Newberry Observer 12/20/1935, p1

Feagle, J. N. Mrs. of Little Mountain the sister of Edward Lee Sease who died August 4, 1935, Mrs. Eunice Dominick of Kinards, Mrs. J. N. Feagle of Little Mountain, Mrs. C. T. Wyche of Prosperity and Judge Thomas S. Sease of Spartanburg. She was the aunt of Mrs. C. C. Fulmer of Prosperity, Mrs. O. C. Derrick of Little Mountain, Thomas L. Sease of Columbia and I. I. Sease of Little Mountain. Newberry Observer 8/6/1935, p1

Feagle, John M.  [John N. (Nicholas] was the son of George Feagle and Ann-Margret Houseal Feagle of Newberry and the brother of Mrs. Loretta Feagle Wheeler who died September 2, 1935 and Mrs. Kate Monts who is 98 years old of Little Mountain and the uncle of Robert E. Wheeler [Roland E. Wheeler], Mrs. Benny A. Parnell, Mrs. Claire Blair and Mrs. Robert Civil at 1107 Newman Ave. in Columbia. Newberry Observer 9/6/1935, p5

Feagle, John Mrs. celebrated her 84th birthday; names of those who were present for the occasion. Newberry Observer 11/26/1935, p5

Feagle, John N. [of Little Mtn. was one of two remaining Confederate Veterans of Newberry County. Newberry Observer 12/13/1935, p8

Feagle, Loretta Ms. 81 years old died 9/2/1935 at the home of her daughter Mrs. Robert Civil at 1107 Newman Ave. in Columbia from a heart attack. Her husband J. R. Wheeler [J. I. (Jacob Isiah) Wheeler] died three years ago. She was born in Newberry County the daughter of George Feagle and Ann-Margret Houseal Feagle of Newberry and 36 years ago moved from Newberry to Columbia. Burial was in Elmwood Cemetery. Surviving were daughters Mrs. Civil, Mrs. Benny A. Parnell and Mrs. Claire Blair all of Columbia; a son Robert E. Wheeler [Roland E. (Eugene) Wheeler] of Columbia; a sister Mrs. Kate Monts who is 98 years old of Little Mountain and a brother John M. Feagle [John N. (Nicholas) Feagle]. Her grandchildren were Joe Civil, Loretta Civil, Jane Wheeler, Emily Wheeler, Eugene Wheeler and Thomas Parnell all of Columbia and Roland B. Parnell of Newport News Virginia. Newberry Observer 9/6/1935, p5

Feld, Prof. wife and daughter spent a portion of the summer in New York City and the remainder in Rochester New York where he continued studying, played in string quartets, attended concerts and opera and gather new material for his work in Newberry this winter. He is a professor of music at Newberry College. Newberry Observer 9/6/1935, p6

Felkel, James of Elloree motored to Washington and New York sightseeing back through the Shenandoah Valley. He left Monday and returned Saturday afternoon. Newberry Observer 7/5/1935, p3

Felkel, Thelma Louise of Elloree was a June 1935 graduate of Newberry College. Newberry Observer 4/30/1935, p1

Felker, Ernest Arthur of Newberry was a June 1935 graduate of Newberry College. Newberry Observer 4/30/1935, p1

Felker, Essie Eugenia Miss daughter of J. A. Felker of Newberry married Willie Earle Wicker son of G. A. C. Wicker of Pomaria on May 4, 1935 at St. Paul's Parsonage officiated by Rev. Glenn S. Ekard. The couple will live with the family of the groom. Newberry Observer 5/10/1935, p6 and Newberry Observer 5/14/1935, p2

Felker, George had the misfortune last week to have a shoulder dislocated. Newberry Observer 10/25/1935, p5

Felker, J. M. Mr. and Mrs. were visited on New Year's Day by Mr. and Mrs. Roland Felker and daughter Bobbi; Mr. and Mrs. George Felker and children; Ms. Jessie Graham, Ms. Esie Graham and Ms. Susie Lou Graham; John Williams, Newberry Observer 1/4/1935, p3

Felker, Juanita Sara of Pomaria was a June 1935 graduate of Newberry College. Newberry Observer 4/30/1935, p1

Felker, Lucy Mae Ms. married Dr. Benjamin Rubinowitz of Columbia on December 26, 1935 in Newberry. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Felker of Newberry and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. S. Rubinowitz of Beaufort SC. The couple will live in Columbia. The bride is a graduate nurse and the groom graduated from the medical College of South Carolina 1929. Details, Newberry Observer 12/31/1935, p4

Felker, Roland Mrs. was at the Univ. of Augusta Hospital for treatment, Newberry Observer 1/25/1935, p6

Fellers, Cecil Mrs. is sick. Her sister Mrs. Mary Long of Zion was staying with her for a few days. Newberry Observer 5/17/1935, p8

Fellers, Cedalia was an 3rd grade honor student at O'Neall School for October, Newberry Observer 11/15/1935, p1

Fellers, Charles was on the honor roll for eighth grade Silverstreet School. Newberry Observer 12/13/1935, p4

Fellers, Everett son of H. C. Fellers of Silverstreet is now stationed on the West Coast, San Pedro, California. He received promotion as first-class seamen a couple of weeks ago. He has been in the Navy over a year. Newberry Observer 8/27/1935, p1

Fellers, Faye was an 4th grade honor student at O'Neall School for October, Newberry Observer 11/15/1935, p1 and Newberry Observer 12/13/1935, p4

Fellers, George Pierce was an 1st grade honor student at O'Neall School for October, Newberry Observer 11/15/1935, p1 and Newberry Observer 12/13/1935, p4

Fellers, H. L. Mrs. of Caldwell St. was visited by Miss Anna Beth Lupo of Rock Hill SC. Newberry Observer 8/6/1935, p6

Fellers, Heyward was awarded fifth prize for the best single ear of variety corn, 10 ear exhibit; second prize for the single ear variety, one ear exhibit in the boy's 4-H corn club department at the Newberry Fair. Newberry Observer 10/22/1935, p1

Fellers, Hugh was awarded eighth prize for the best single ear of variety corn, 10 ear exhibit; fourth prize for the single ear variety, one ear exhibit in the boy's 4-H corn club department at the Newberry Fair. Newberry Observer 10/22/1935, p1

Fellers, J. L. Mr. Mrs. was visited by their son Harold Fellers of Greenwood. Newberry Observer 1/1/1935, p6

Fellers, J. P. keeps a tourist camp near Anderson. His son Lyon is employed in the city of Anderson. Newberry Observer 11/8/1935, p3

Fellers, Jessie Ms. returned to Chappells after visiting in Columbia. Her cousin Ms. Mildred Fellers was with her. Newberry Observer 7/30/1935, p2

Fellers, L. Q. advertised NO TRESPASS, Newberry Observer 11/26/1935, p4

Fellers, Lazelle Ms. was teaching at Kannapolis NC. Newberry Observer 1/11/1935, p3; she was the daughter of Mrs. Mary Fellers of Newberry and taught School at Kannapolis NC. She attended summer school at Boone NC. Newberry Observer 9/3/1935, p3

Fellers, Levi left field was given a gold-filled baseball by the High School Athletic Association and friends in appreciation for his splendid record during the 1935 championship season. Newberry Observer 6/28/1935, p1

Fellers, Mary Ms. taught School at Belmont NC. Newberry Observer 1/11/1935, p3

Fellers, Parnell was a 1935 graduate of Newberry High School and was awarded the medal from Eta Sigma Phi National Award for Classical Studies given to fourth-year Latin students with over 90 average throughout the year. Newberry Observer 5/31/1935, p1

Fellers, Phyllis was an honor student of the 10th grade at O'Neall School, Newberry Observer 10/18/1935, p4 and Newberry Observer 11/15/1935, p1 and Newberry Observer 12/13/1935, p4

Fellers, Quay son of Lindsey J. Fellers celebrated his eighth birthday with a party at his home, details, Newberry Observer 5/7/1935, p6; he was on the honor roll for third grade Prosperity School, Newberry Observer 12/13/1935, p2

Fellers, Richard was a 1935 graduate O'Neall High School, Newberry Observer 5/10/1935, p2 he was awarded fourth prize for the best single ear of variety corn, 10 ear exhibit in the boy's 4-H corn club department at the Newberry Fair. Newberry Observer 10/22/1935, p1

Fellers, Student of Newberry High School football team earned his ‘letter’ for the season, Newberry Observer 1/25/1935, p1

Fellers, Tom M. was elected a member of the executive committee of the American Legion Post 24 for the 1935-1936 season. Newberry Observer 9/27/1935, p1

Fellers, W. P. advertised NO TRESPASS, Newberry Observer 11/26/1935, p4

Fellers, Will COURT, housebreaking and larceny, 90 days. Newberry Observer 10/25/1935, p5

Fennel, A. B. of Columbia was buried 2/28/1935. He was a relative of Mrs. J. H. Summer and Mrs. B. T. Bushardt. Newberry Observer 3/1/1935, p8

Ferguson, Bessie Mrs. of Whitmire was the stepdaughter of Mrs. A. C. Sligh of Greenwood and sister of Clarence Caldwell Sligh who died July 19, 1935, Frank C. Sligh of Greenwood and Albert Sligh of Newberry. Mrs. Eunice Glasgow of Greenwood; She was the step sister of Norman C. Sligh of Greenwood, Hubert Sligh of ’96, Chevis Sligh of ’96, Mrs. H. Neal Blair of Boone NC, Mrs. Thomas Lipscomb of Spartanburg, Claude O. Sligh of Newberry and Mrs. Ted Arledge of Asheville. Newberry Observer 7/23/1935, p7

Fetzer, Lula Mae of Marlow GA was a June 1935 graduate of Newberry College. Newberry Observer 4/30/1935, p1

Few, Lila Mae 9 years old of Travelers Rest SC was killed by lightning during an afternoon storm on July 2, 1935. Newberry Observer 7/5/1935, p5

Finger, J. S. Mrs. of Icard NC was the sister of Louis M. Wilson who died February 13, 1935, Finley Wilson of Eufala ALA, Avery Wilson of Icard NC, Jeff Wilson of Icard NC, J. W. Wilson of Icard NC, Mrs. J. L. Yount of Chappells SC and Mrs. Burl Eulas of Icard NC. She was the aunt of Mrs. Lonnie Shealy of Newberry, E. M. Wilson of Hickory NC, C. M. Wilson of Newberry and Margie Wilson of Newberry. Newberry Observer 2/15/1935, p1

Fischer, Katherine Evelyn of Newberry won the championship in her respective district for biology, history and algebra making her eligible to compete in the state finals in Columbia. Newberry Observer 4/9/1935, p1; Katherine Fischer was a 1935 honor graduate of Newberry High School, graduating with honorable mention for the highest record during the High School course; she shared the DAR award for the highest yearly average in American history with Elizabeth McCaughrin. Newberry Observer 5/31/1935, p1; she gave her finishing PNS recital at her home on College Street. Details, Newberry Observer 5/31/1935, p6

Fischer, L. F. Mrs., her husband and her daughter Katherine were visiting her parents in Westover Maryland, Mr. and Mrs. George Handy. Newberry Observer 8/6/1935, p6

Fischer, L. F. was elected a 1935 member of the Church Council of Church at the Redeemer, Newberry Observer 1/15/1935, p1; he was elected a director of the Chamber of Commerce of Newberry for 1935. Newberry Observer 3/22/1935, p1; he was elected president of the Newberry Lions Club and will take up his duties at the first meeting in July. Newberry Observer 6/7/1935, p1; L. F. Fischer President of the Lions Club took charge at the regular meeting of the Newberry Hotel, Newberry Observer 6/21/1935, p1; L. F. Fischer played on the Newberry Country Club winning golf team in the intercity golf tournament held at the country club. The team was awarded a silver cup donated by Z. F. Wright. Details, Newberry Observer 9/6/1935, p1; L. F. Fischer VP of the State Association of the Coca-Cola Bottling Company was attending a two-day bottlers’ convention in Columbia. Newberry Observer 12/13/1935, p8; L. F. Fischer (Manager of the Newberry Coca-Cola Bottling Company) was presented with the first bottle of Coca-Cola bottled in Newberry in 1907. Newberry Observer 12/31/1935, p1

Fisher, Roscoe Rev. will marry Miss Pauline Little on September 28, 1935 at Statesville NC. Newberry Observer 9/27/1935, p6

Flitter, John 73 years old died at his home 2211 Rembert Street in Columbia on July 1, 1935 with burial in Elmwood Cemetery. He conducted a drug business in Newberry for the late Henry G. Hoof and went to Columbia from Newberry 50 years ago. He operated the first streetcar in Columbia when they were mule drawn. He retired from Columbia Railway Gas And Electric Company and later known as the Broad River Power Company. Newberry Observer 7/5/1935, p1

Floyd, Bessie in the 6th grade was on the Silverstreet School honor roll for the first semester of the School year, Newberry Observer 1/25/1935, p5; Newberry Observer 2/19/1935, p1; Newberry Observer 4/5/1935, p4; Newberry Observer 4/9/1935, p3

Floyd, Constance in the 1st grade was on the Silverstreet School honor roll for the first semester of the School year, Newberry Observer 1/25/1935, p5; Newberry Observer 2/19/1935, p1; Newberry Observer 4/5/1935, p4; Newberry Observer 4/9/1935, p3; Constance Floyd was an honor student in the 2nd grade at Silverstreet School, Newberry Observer 10/18/1935, p5 and Newberry Observer 11/12/1935, p2 and Newberry Observer 12/13/1935, p4

Floyd, Dewey in the 5th grade was on the Silverstreet School honor roll for the first semester of the School year, Newberry Observer 1/25/1935, p5; Newberry Observer 2/19/1935, p1; Newberry Observer 4/5/1935, p4

Floyd, Helen in the 6th grade was on the Silverstreet School honor roll for the first semester of the School year, Newberry Observer 1/25/1935, p5; Newberry Observer 2/19/1935, p1

Floyd, J. S. Mrs. of Newberry was the sister of W. O. Clary who died September 21, 1935, M. W. Clary, J. R. Clary, Mrs. Minnie Wallace, J. H. Clary all of Newberry and Mrs. Tom Sanders of Georgetown SC. She was the aunt of Ernest Clary of Newberry, Mose Clary, Carson Clary and John Clary all of Saluda. Newberry Observer 9/24/1935, p1

Floyd, James Norman married Miss Geneva Bundrick both of Silverstreet on December 21, 1935 at the Parsonage of the First Baptist Church officiated by Rev. F. O. Lamoreaux. The couple will live at Goldville SC. Newberry Observer 12/24/1935, p1

Floyd, John Clark Mr. and Mrs. of Chicago announced the birth of a son October 27, 1935. The mother is the former Eloise Clardy of Laurens and the father is from Newberry. Newberry Observer 11/1/1935, p6A

Floyd, Nina Ms. married David Columbus Campbell on 5/4/1935 officiated by Rev. Paul T. Wood of Marion SC. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Floyd of Silverstreet and on 1933 graduate of Silverstreet High School. She attended a session and a half in the music Department of Newberry College. The groom is a prosperous tobacco and truck farmer of Marion County. Newberry Observer 5/17/1935, p1

Floyd, R. C. bought the Gus Dickert house at the corner of Glenn and Mayer Avenue. Newberry Observer 1/15/1935, p6; Floyd, R. C. was a candidate for aldermen of Ward 2, on August 24, 1935 officiated by Dr. F. O. Lamoreaux of the First Baptist Church. Newberry Observer 8/30/1935, section #2, p1

Floyd, R. C. Mr. and Mrs. have contracted for the erection of a bridge near bungalow at the corner of Glenn and Harper Street's where the old Dickert residence was torn down and the new home constructed. Newberry Observer 9/20/1935, p1

Floyd, Reuben was a 1935 graduate of Bush River High School. Newberry Observer 5/10/1935, p1 and Newberry Observer 6/4/1935, p1

Floyd, Richard was elected assistant-leader of the Flying Eagle Patrol for Boy Scout Troop #2, Newberry Observer 5/28/1935, p2

Floyd, Willie was on the honor roll for the six grade of Bush River School for the month of November 1935, Newberry Observer 12/24/1935, P2

Focht, Jack celebrated his 13th birthday on August 18, 1935. Newberry Observer 9/6/1935, p1

Focht, R. B. Mrs. of Williston was the daughter of Gideon P. McCarey who died October 11, 1935 and niece of C. E. McCarey of Greenwood; sister of W. E. McCarey of Easley, Mrs. H. E. Corley of Newberry, Mrs. L. A. Smith of Clinton, Mrs. H. E. Corley of Newberry, Mrs. J. W. Sheely of Columbia and Mrs. H. L. Scott of Charlotte NC. Newberry Observer 10/15/1935, 1

Folk, Carrie Ms. (Now Mrs. Richard Hipp) her husband Richard Hipp 33 years old businessman of Pomaria was electrocuted January 9, 1935 when he came near a high tension wire of the Broad River Power Company. He was a part-time employee for the company in that section and was examining a transformer near the home of Dr. H. H. Huggins, 2 miles below Pomaria. He was a graduate of Clemson College and associated with his father in the mercantile business at Pomaria. He was a Trustee of the New Hope – Zion School. He lived with his in-laws Mr. and Mrs. Hayne Folk located 5 miles north of Pomaria. Surviving was his widow the former Ms. Carrie Folk and three children: Mary Hampton Hipp, Richard Hipp Jr. and David Hayne Hipp; his parents Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Hipp of Pomaria; a sister Mrs. H. L. Shuler of Orangeburg SC; an uncle James H. Hope who is state superintendent of education and J. J. Hope of Columbia. Burial was in the Cemetery of Bethlehem Lutheran Church. Newberry Observer 1/11/1935, p1

Folk, Carrie Ms. of Pomaria was the daughter of Mrs. W. H. Folk who died 10/18/1935 and niece of Mrs. Arie Crooks of Pomaria and Mrs. Lizzie E. Hentz of Pomaria. She was the sister of Mrs. A. E. Gilbert of Abbeville, Mrs. Catherine Graham of Pomaria, W. Andrew Folk of Pomaria, Mrs. E. L. Dominick of Pomaria and Dr. Robert H. Folk of Belton. Newberry Observer 10/22/1935, p1

Folk, Eugene was awarded third prize for the best prolific variety corn, 1 ear exhibit in the boy's 4-H corn club department at the Newberry Fair. Newberry Observer 10/22/1935, p1

Folk, James was awarded sixth prize for the best single ear of variety corn, 10 ear exhibit in the boy's 4-H corn club department at the Newberry Fair. Newberry Observer 10/22/1935, p1

Folk, Robert H. Dr. of Belton was the son of Mrs. W. H. Folk who died 10/18/1935 and nephew of Mrs. Arie Crooks of Pomaria and Mrs. Lizzie E. Hentz of Pomaria. He was the brother of Mrs. A. E. Gilbert of Abbeville, Mrs. Catherine Graham of Pomaria, W. Andrew Folk of Pomaria, Mrs. E. L. Dominick of Pomaria and Ms. Carrie Folk of Pomaria. Newberry Observer 10/22/1935, p1

Folk, Tommy Mr. and Mrs. announced the arrival of a son on April 17, 1935 named Tommy Jr. the mother is the former Ms. Helen Brown. Newberry Observer 4/26/1935, p6 and Newberry Observer 4/30/1935, p4

Folk, W. Andrew of Pomaria was the son of Mrs. W. H. Folk who died 10/18/1935 and nephew of Mrs. Arie Crooks of Pomaria and Mrs. Lizzie E. Hentz of Pomaria. He was the brother of Mrs. A. E. Gilbert of Abbeville, Mrs. Catherine Graham of Pomaria, Dr. Robert H. Folk of Belton, Mrs. E. L. Dominick of Pomaria and Ms. Carrie Folk of Pomaria. Newberry Observer 10/22/1935, p1

Folk, W. H. (Y?) Mrs. 67 years old wife of W. H. (Y?) Folk died at her home 10/18/1935 survived by her husband and children: Dr. Robert H. Folk of Belton, Mrs. A. E. Gilbert of Abbeville, Mrs. Catherine Graham of Pomaria, W. Andrew Folk of Pomaria, Mrs. E. L. Dominick of Pomaria, Ms. Carrie Folk of Pomaria; sisters Mrs. Arie Crooks of Pomaria and Mrs. Lizzie E. Hentz of Pomaria. Burial was in the Cemetery of Beth Eden Lutheran Church. Newberry Observer 10/22/1935, p1; CARD OF THANKS, Newberry Observer 10/25/1935, p1

Folk, William Dr. has not been well but enjoys his radio. Newberry Observer 2/8/1935, p2

Font, Maffett will be a mule rider for the Farmers’ Team in the mule race at the Newberry County Fair. Newberry Observer 10/8/1935, p1

Ford, Mary White Mrs. of Cross Hill was the sister of William Henry Austin who died May 18 1935 and Mrs. Melissa Cole of Clinton. Newberry Observer 5/21/1935, p1

Foshee, Guy Mr. and Mrs. of Augusta Georgia visited Mr. and Mrs. C.B. Eargle. Newberry Observer 8/9/1935, p3

Foster, J. R. was Past District Sachem in Lackawanna Tribe of Spartanburg. Newberry Observer 1/8/1935, p5; he is convalescing at his home in Spartanburg after a long time treating illness. Newberry Observer 5/3/1935, p2

Foster, John of Spartanburg has been critically ill for a week. Newberry Observer 4/19/1935, p6

Foster, Lula Mrs. was the sister of Robert Austin who drowned in Lake Murray on May 10 1935, Gary Austin, Jason Austin, Raymond Austin, J. T. Austin, Ms. Lizzie Ruth Austin, Ms. Kate Austin, Ms. Lena May Austin and Ms. Bessie Austin all of Union. Newberry Observer 5/14/1935, p1

Foster, Otis L. married Miss Althea Gambrell at Epting Memorial Methodist Parsonage officiated by Rev. S. B. White. The couple will live in Laurens. Newberry Observer 5/10/1935, p6

Fouche, Eugene Mrs. moved from an apartment on Caldwell St. to the Havird House on College St. Newberry Observer 11/26/1935, p6

Fouche, W. L. Mrs. of ’96 visited Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Crouch of Newberry. Newberry Observer 7/9/1935, p2

Fountain, O. D. 52-year-old farmer living near Gordon GA died in the Hospital at Macon Georgia from the bite of a rattlesnake which had been cut in two by his mowing machine. He was cutting hay in the field on his farm and had stopped to disentangle weeds and straw from the blades when he was struck by the snake which had been cut in two but was still a live. He died 12 hours after the bite. Newberry Observer 10/4/1935, p1

Fowler, Carolyn Ms. had married Rev. Humphrey K. Ezell who died 11/15/1935. Their surviving children were: Mrs. R. E. Littlejohn of Tucapau, Dr. Boyce F. Ezell of Deland FL, J. K. Ezell of Atlanta Georgia, Mrs. Pearl Yarborough of Cross Anchor, Dr. W. C. Ezell of Spartanburg, P. B. Ezell the County agent of Newberry, Mrs. B. B. Bobo of Tucapau and Dr. H. K. Ezell of Fairforest SC. Newberry Observer 11/19/1935, p6

Fowler, Deane will marry Ms. Edythe Haltiwanger, Newberry Observer 12/24/1935, p8

Fowler, J. S. Mr. and Mrs. and family were visited by Mr. and Mrs. William Adams of Goldville. Newberry Observer 9/13/1935, p7

Fowler, Ruby Ms. married William H. Adams of Goldville on March 9 at the Methodist Parsonage of Pomaria officiated by Rev. C. M. Potts. Newberry Observer 3/15/1935, p6

Foy, J. W. of the Newberry 4-H club left for a week's encampment at Clemson College. Newberry Observer 7/16/1935, p1

Frances, Rufus of Goldville SC was arrested January 12 on the charge of drunken disorderly. He was released on $20 bail, Newberry Observer 1/15/1935, p1

Franklin, D. M. (Dollie) Mrs. died May 28th 1934 – IN MEMORIAM – A POEM, Newberry Observer 5/28/1935, p8

Franklin, Hub Mr. and Mrs. moved from Chester to Newberry. He will open a grocery store on O'Neall Street. Newberry Observer 6/14/1935, p8; R. P. Franklin & Son opened a grocery store and meat market, details, Newberry Observer 6/18/1935, p1

Franklin, J. D. Mrs. of Cooleemee NC was the daughter of Caleb M. Bouknight who died October 26, 1935 and niece of Mrs. Mathilde Koon of Little Rock Arkansas and C. H. Bouknight of Irmo. She was the sister of Mrs. Foster Wood, Mrs. J. H. Wesson, Mrs. H. A. DeHardt and Mrs. Alfred Leopard all of Newberry, B. A. Bouknight of Columbia and Jim Bouknight of Columbia and Rev. A. H. Bouknight of Greer. Newberry Observer 10/29/1935, p1

Franklin, L. W. Mrs. of Newberry was the daughter of James J. Vines of Newberry and sister of John H. Vines who died November 20, 1935, Miss Frances Vines of Newberry and T. J. Vines of Newberry,  and the aunt of John Henry Vines Jr., James M. Vines and Ms. Queda Carolyn Vines. Newberry Observer 11/22/1935, p1

Franklin, Lonnie Mr. and Mrs. have moved from McKibben Street to an apartment in the Klettner house. Newberry Observer 9/3/1935, p6

Franklin, W. B. 57 years old Magistrate Constable at the textile mill in Union SC was shot dead during a riot. Details, Newberry Observer 6/21/1935, p1

Free, Mary Burnelle 3 years old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Free died at the home of her parents on May 17, 1935 in Pomaria with burial at Shady Grove Cemetery. She is survived by her parents. Newberry Observer 5/21/1935, p1; Mary Vernelle Free two years old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Free died May 15, 1935 after a lingering illness. Burial was at Shady Grove Methodist Church in Chapin. Newberry Observer 5/28/1935, p8; CARD OF THANKS, Newberry Observer 6/4/1935, p1

Freeman, Alton moved to Lufton TX for work. Newberry Observer 3/1/1935, p8

Freeman, Ben of Clemson College extension service and is spending time in Newberry in the interest of eradicating the screw worm infestation in Newberry County. He is boarding at the home of Mrs. C. J. Purcell on Main Street. Newberry Observer 9/20/1935, p1

Freestrom, Oscar son of Frank Freestrom of Newberry is stationed in Charleston in the U.S. Army. He is on 60 day furlough and has been in Newberry. After the furlough he will leave for Hawaii and the Philippines. Newberry Observer 6/25/1935, p6; he left for Charleston to go by boat to New York where he will leave soon for Foreign Service in the U.S. Army. Newberry Observer 8/30/1935, section #2, p6

Frick, Adelaide was on the honor roll for second grade Prosperity School, Newberry Observer 12/13/1935, p2

Frick, Ben L. of Chapin SC was the son of Mrs. Mary Derrick Frick who died January 16, 1935. His father was W. P. Frick deceased. He was the brother of Mrs. N. D. Koon of Concord NC, Mrs. P. C. Rich of Concord NC, Mrs. S. B. White of Concord NC, Mrs. T. J. Hutto of Denmark SC, Mrs. A. M. Shealy of Concord NC and G. E. Frick of Chattanooga, TN. Newberry Observer 1/18/1935, p1

Frick, G. E. of Chattanooga TN was the son of Mrs. Mary Derrick Frick who died January 16, 1935. His father was W. P. Frick deceased. He was the brother of Mrs. N. D. Koon of Concord NC, Mrs. P. C. Rich of Concord NC, Mrs. S. B. White of Concord NC, Mrs. T. J. Hutto of Denmark SC, Mrs. A. M. Shealy of Concord NC and Ben L. Frick of Chapin SC. Newberry Observer 1/18/1935, p1

Frick, Gladys Ms. of Columbia Hospital was spending her vacation with her parents at Little Mountain. Newberry Observer 9/13/1935, p7

Frick, Huiett was reelected quartermaster of Troop #1, BSA, Newberry, Newberry Observer 2/19/1935, p4

Frick, John Jacob was born 1/16/1854 and died 2/22/1935 at age 81 years, 1 month and 6 days old as a result of an accident caused by a falling tree. He and L. B. Frick were the only living children of Adam and Elizabeth Frick. He was preceded in death by siblings Louisa Kleckly, Susianna Frick, Mary Shealy, the Shealy, Martha L Frick, A. Simeon Frick, Jobe D. Frick, Nathan T. Frick, George M. Frick, James A. Frick and Walter Elisha Frick. He was confirmed at St. Peter's Church on November 5, 1870. He was survived by one brother, nieces and nephews and friends. Newberry Observer 3/1/1935, p8

Frick, Josephine Mrs. of Chapin was the sister of Dantzler Hawkins Stilwell who died 11/18/1935, M Kemper Stilwell of Silverstreet, Mrs. Carolyne Ropp of Columbia, Mrs. Amanda Harris of Columbia and Mrs. Nanny E. Dominick of Prosperity. She was the aunt of Thomas Stilwell of Inman, Mrs. Mary Lee Pitts of Newberry, Mrs. Mamie Epting of Newberry, Mrs. Ruth Longshore of Newberry, Mrs. Bernice Boozer of Chappells, Mrs. Nancy Jones of Cross Hill, Mrs. Pauline Crisp of Miami Florida, Ms. Vera Stilwell of Greenville and Mrs. Rhoda Longshore of Silverstreet. Newberry Observer 11/22/1935, p1

Frick, L. B. son of Adam and Elizabeth Frick was the last of the surviving children of the family. Newberry Observer 3/1/1935, p8

Frick, Mary Derrick Mrs. 74 years old wife of the late W. P. Frick of Chapin died at her home on January 16, 1935. She was survived by children: Mrs. A. M. Shealy of Concord NC, Mrs. N. D. Koon of Concord NC, Mrs. P. C. Rich of Concord NC, Mrs. S. B. White of Concord NC, Mrs. T. J. Hutto of Denmark SC, Ben L. Frick of Chapin SC and G. E. Frick of Chattanooga, TN. Newberry Observer 1/18/1935, p1

Frick, Mattie Lee Ms. married Curtis Boyd Martin on June 1, 1935 at the Lutheran Parsonage at Little Mountain. The bride is the daughter of Walter Frick of Chapin and the groom is the son of Horace Martin of Prosperity. They will make their home in Greenville where he is employed. Newberry Observer 6/14/1935, p8

Frick, N. Z. married Ms. Tarzie Stoudemayer on November 16, 1935 at the Lutheran Parsonage at Little Mountain and officiated by Rev. E. C. Hence. The groom is the son of Walter Frick of Little Mountain and the bride is the youngest daughter of R. Stoudemayer of Peak. Newberry Observer 11/22/1935, p2 and Newberry Observer 11/26/1935, p5

Frick, Paul M. 75 years old died at his home in Chapin December 2, 1935 with burial in Chapin Cemetery. He was survived by his widow the former Ms. Mamie Eargle and children: Mrs. W. D. Wise of Silverstreet, Mrs. N. C. Sease of Columbia, Mrs. T. E. Bullock of Silverstreet, Mrs. W. D. Riser of Spartanburg, Mrs. A. H. Gann of Sardis GA, Roy H. Frick of Spartanburg and R. Alvin Frick of Chapin; a brother R. W. Frick of Chapin and sisters Mrs. Martha Bruce of Chapin and Mrs. Anna Boland of Columbia. Newberry Observer 12/3/1935, p4; Paul Melancthon Frick, son of the late Capt. Robert W. and Melinda Frick, was born near Chapin on April 14, 1860. He grew up on his father's farm and established a small mercantile business of his own at his father's old home. After several years in business he married in 1884 to Ms. Minnie Eargle. Soon after the couple moved to Fairfield County where he engaged in farming for five years and then moved to Chapin in 1891. At that time Chapin was only a flag station. He again established a mercantile business and his father was a partner until his father died. Then the 1908 he started business under his own name and for more than 40 years he ran it. Newberry Observer 12/31/1935, p4

Frick, R. Alvin of Chapin was the son of Paul M. Frick who died December 2, 1935 and nephew of R. W. Frick of Chapin, Mrs. Martha Bruce of Chapin and Mrs. Anna Boland of Columbia. He was the brother of Mrs. N. C. Sease of Columbia, Mrs. T. E. Bullock of Silverstreet, Mrs. W. D. Riser of Spartanburg, Mrs. A. H. Gann of Sardis GA, Roy H. Frick of Spartanburg and Mrs. W. D. Wise of Silverstreet, Newberry Observer 12/3/1935, p4

Frick, R. W. of Chapin was the brother of Paul M. Frick who died December 2, 1935, Mrs. Martha Bruce of Chapin and Mrs. Anna Boland of Columbia. He was the uncle of R. Alvin Frick of Chapin, Mrs. N. C. Sease of Columbia, Mrs. T. E. Bullock of Silverstreet, Mrs. W. D. Riser of Spartanburg, Mrs. A. H. Gann of Sardis GA, Roy H. Frick of Spartanburg and Mrs. W. D. Wise of Silverstreet, Newberry Observer 12/3/1935, p4

Frick, Roy H. of Spartanburg was the son of Paul M. Frick who died December 2, 1935 and nephew of R. W. Frick of Chapin, Mrs. Martha Bruce of Chapin and Mrs. Anna Boland of Columbia. He was the brother of Mrs. N. C. Sease of Columbia, Mrs. T. E. Bullock of Silverstreet, Mrs. W. D. Riser of Spartanburg, Mrs. A. H. Gann of Sardis GA, Mrs. W. D. Wise of Silverstreet and R. Alvin Frick of Chapin, Newberry Observer 12/3/1935, p4

Fridy, Corrie H. Mrs. of 1905 College St. was visited by the Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Suther of Troutman NC. Newberry Observer 10/1/1935, p6

Fridy, Lucille Ms. will marry William Kenneth Suther of Troutman NC on July 31, 1935. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Lander Boyd Fridy. Newberry Observer 7/23/1935, p1; 5 parties in her honor, Newberry Observer 7/30/1935, p6; lengthy article on the wedding, Newberry Observer 8/2/1935, p6

Fuller, Fred A. of Greenville won fourth prize of the Newberry County Fair in the Fine Harness Class with horse named Majestic Chef ridden by A. D. L. Barksdale of Greenville. Newberry Observer 10/22/1935, p1

Fulmer, Alice Rebecca Ms. married Lewis Clark Pitts of Newberry on December 22, 1935 at Mayer Memorial Lutheran Church officiated by Rev. V. L. Fulmer father of the bride. The couple will live at 911 Pauline Street in Newberry. Details, Newberry Observer 12/24/1935, p1

Fulmer, Beulah Ms. of Silver Street married Andrew G. Wicker of the Saint Philip's community of Newberry County on December 30, 1934 officiated by Rev. V. L. Fulmer. The bride is the daughter of John C. Fulmer and the groom is a successful farmer. Newberry Observer 1/1/1935, p2

Fulmer, Blanche Ms. of Prosperity (now Mrs. G. B. Brooks) formerly at Prosperity - her husband died January 16, 1935 at the Columbia Hospital. He was admitted to the Hospital with an attack of pneumonia and death came unexpectedly. Originally from Prosperity he came to Columbia in 1901 and lived at 2215 Gadsden Street. Surviving was his widow; a son G. B. Brooks Jr. who is connected with the Carolina Theatre; a daughter Ms. Mary Etta Brooks of Columbia; a sister Mrs. S. A. Quattlebaum of Prosperity; brothers professor J. C. Brooks of Newberry and E. A. Brooks of Lagrange Georgia. Burial was in Elmwood Cemetery. Newberry Observer 1/18/1935, p1

Fulmer, C. C. Mrs. of Peak was the daughter of George M. Fulmer who died May 27, 1935 and niece of Mrs. Kate Lucas of New Brookland. She was the sister of Mrs. Evans Eargle, Ms. Janie Fulmer all of Peak, Sankey Fulmer of Pomaria, Mrs. G. B. Brooks of Columbia, F. L. Fulmer of Tampa Florida, C. R. Fulmer of Largo Florida and Mrs. C. C. Gregory of Jacksonville Florida. Newberry Observer 5/28/1935, p6

Fulmer, C. C. Mrs. of Prosperity was the daughter of Edward Lee Sease who died August 4, 1935 and niece of Mrs. C. T. Wyche of Prosperity, Mrs. Eunice Dominick of Kinards, Mrs. J. N. Feagle of Little Mountain, Mrs. J. N. Mayer of Little Mountain and Judge Thomas S. Sease of Spartanburg. She was the sister of Mrs. P. L. Halfacre of Newberry, Mrs. O. C. Derrick of Little Mountain, Thomas L. Sease of Columbia and I. I. Sease of Little Mountain. Newberry Observer 8/6/1935, p1

Fulmer, C. R. of Largo Florida was the son of George M. Fulmer who died May 27, 1935 and nephew of Mrs. Kate Lucas of New Brookland. He was the brother of Mrs. Evans Eargle, Mrs. C. C. Fulmer all of Peak, Sankey Fulmer of Pomaria, Mrs. G. B. Brooks of Columbia, F. L. Fulmer of Tampa Florida, Ms. Janie Fulmer and Mrs. C. C. Gregory of Jacksonville Florida. Newberry Observer 5/28/1935, p6

Fulmer, Carlisle member of Stony Hill High School won second place in Columbia District Public Speaking Contest held at Dentsville High School. He represented Stony Hill Future Former Chapter in the contest using as his subject “The Conservation of Our Soil and Forest”. Details, Newberry Observer 5/28/1935, p6

Fulmer, D. C. Mrs. of Chapin was seriously ill. She was seen by her children Mrs. Henry Shealy and Mrs. Murray Fulmer. Newberry Observer 2/15/1935, p5

Fulmer, D. C. of Chapin was buried 1/24/1935. Newberry Observer 2/1/1935, p3

Fulmer, David C. 85 year sold died 1/22/1935 at his home in Chapin. He was survived by his wife, the former Ms. Jane C. Shealy and children. Newberry Observer 1/29/1935, p1

Fulmer, F. L. of Tampa Florida was the son of George M. Fulmer who died May 27, 1935 and nephew of Mrs. Kate Lucas of New Brookland. He was the brother of Mrs. Evans Eargle, Mrs. C. C. Fulmer all of Peak, Sankey Fulmer of Pomaria, Mrs. G. B. Brooks of Columbia, Ms. Janie Fulmer C. R. Fulmer of Largo Florida and Mrs. C. C. Gregory of Jacksonville Florida. Newberry Observer 5/28/1935, p6

Fulmer, Forest was a 4th grade honor student of Pomaria School, Newberry Observer 6/4/1935, p4; he was on the honor roll of Pomaria School for the fifth grade, Newberry Observer 12/10/1935, p4

Fulmer, George M. 82 years old died at his home near Peak on May 27th 1935 after a lingering illness. Surviving were eight children: Ms. Janie Fulmer, Mrs. Evans Eargle, Mrs. C. C. Fulmer all of Peak, Sankey Fulmer of Pomaria, Mrs. G. B. Brooks of Columbia, F. L. Fulmer of Tampa Florida, C. R. Fulmer of Largo Florida, Mrs. C. C. Gregory of Jacksonville Florida. He also leaves a sister Mrs. Kate Lucas of New Brookland. The funeral was at Capers Chapel Church. Newberry Observer 5/28/1935, p6

Fulmer, J. C. was on the honor roll for third grade Silverstreet School. Newberry Observer 12/13/1935, p4

Fulmer, J. W. of Pelzer was the son Mrs. Jane Catherine Fulmer who died February 18, 1935 in Chapin. He was the brother of Mrs. W. L. Shealy of Little Mountain, Mrs. B. L. Amick of Prosperity, Mrs. H. L. Shealy of Newberry, Mrs. G. L. Wise of Newberry, M. L. Fulmer of Newberry and Mrs. J. D. Swygert of Chapin. Newberry Observer 2/22/1935, p6

Fulmer, Jacob was a 1935 graduate of Newberry High School, Newberry Observer 5/31/1935, p1

Fulmer, Jane Catherine Mrs. 87 years old died February 18, 1935 at her home in Chapin. Her husband died about a month ago. Burial was in Chapin Cemetery. Surviving were children: Mrs. J. D. Swygert of Chapin, Mrs. W. L. Shealy of Little Mountain, Mrs. B. L. Amick of Prosperity, Mrs. H. L. Shealy of Newberry, Mrs. G. L. Wise of Newberry, M. L. Fulmer of Newberry and J. W. Fulmer of Pelzer. Newberry Observer 2/22/1935, p6

Fulmer, Janie Ms. of Peak was the daughter of George M. Fulmer who died May 27, 1935 and niece of Mrs. Kate Lucas of New Brookland. She was the sister of Mrs. Evans Eargle, Mrs. C. C. Fulmer all of Peak, Sankey Fulmer of Pomaria, Mrs. G. B. Brooks of Columbia, F. L. Fulmer of Tampa Florida, C. R. Fulmer of Largo Florida and Mrs. C. C. Gregory of Jacksonville Florida. Newberry Observer 5/28/1935, p6

Fulmer, Joe Keith of Prosperity spent several days at the Future Farmers Camp at Bluffton SC. Newberry Observer 7/23/1935, p1

Fulmer, Leroy of Prosperity married Ms. Lillie Mae Barrett of Chapin on December 24, 1935 at Saluda officiated by Probate Judge Wise. The couple will live with the groom's parents Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Fulmer. Newberry Observer 12/31/1935, p1

Fulmer, M. L. of Newberry was the son Mrs. Jane Catherine Fulmer who died February 18, 1935 in Chapin. He was the brother of Mrs. W. L. Shealy of Little Mountain, Mrs. B. L. Amick of Prosperity, Mrs. H. L. Shealy of Newberry, Mrs. G. L. Wise of Newberry, Mrs. J. D. Swygert of Chapin and J. W. Fulmer of Pelzer. Newberry Observer 2/22/1935, p6

Fulmer, Olgie was on the honor roll for 10th grade Prosperity School, Newberry Observer 12/13/1935, p2

Fulmer, P. B. of Little Mountain was the brother of Mrs. Sidney J. Kohn who died June 22, 1935 and Mrs. C. G. Barrier of Little Mountain. He was the uncle of A. R. Kohn of Columbia, Mrs. T. B. Barnes of Clinton and Mrs. F. DuPont Young. Newberry Observer 6/25/1935, p5

Fulmer, Richard celebrated his seventh birthday with a party. He is the son of Mrs. S. Y. Fulmer of Prosperity. Newberry Observer 5/14/1935, p5; he was on the honor roll for second grade Prosperity School, Newberry Observer 12/13/1935, p2

Fulmer, Robert L. Mrs. of Columbia was recently buried. Her cousin's Eula and Rosabel Epting attended the funeral. Newberry Observer 9/6/1935, p4

Fulmer, S. Y. Mrs. was a patient in Columbia Hospital. Newberry Observer 1/8/1935, p5

Fulmer, Sankey of Pomaria was the son of George M. Fulmer who died May 27, 1935 and nephew of Mrs. Kate Lucas of New Brookland. He was the brother of Mrs. Evans Eargle, Mrs. C. C. Fulmer all of Peak, Ms. Janie Fulmer, Mrs. G. B. Brooks of Columbia, F. L. Fulmer of Tampa Florida, C. R. Fulmer of Largo Florida and Mrs. C. C. Gregory of Jacksonville Florida. Newberry Observer 5/28/1935, p6

Fulmer, V. L. Mrs. of Newberry was the sister of Ms. Lossie Mae Shell, daughter of William G. Shell and Emma R. Abernethy. Newberry Observer 8/2/1935, p1

Fulmer, Vernon was a 2nd grade honor student of Pomaria School, Newberry Observer 6/4/1935, p4; he was on the honor roll of Pomaria School for the third grade, Newberry Observer 12/10/1935, p4

Furr, D. H. Mrs. was the daughter of Mrs. Josephine A. Kibler who died September 7, 1935 and niece of Mrs. Carrie Lorick, Mrs. Anna Wheeler and P. C. Singley. She was the sister of Mrs. T. A. Epting and Dr. W. L. Kibler. Newberry Observer 9/10/1935, p1

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