1937 Observer
Newspaper abstracts by Edith Greisser
Newberry County, South Carolina Genealogy Trails

Bradley, Floyd Mrs. of 1308 College St. won a free ticket to the Newberry Opera House, Newberry Observer 9/14/1937, p2

Bradley, Floyd Mrs. was elected 1937 recording Sec. of the Newberry Civic League, Newberry Observer 2/2/1937, p1

Bradley, Leroy Mrs. was undergoing treatment at Emory University Hospital in Atlanta Georgia. Newberry Observer 11/16/1937, p8

Brandon, A. L. of Newberry was son of Mrs. J. C. Brandon and the brother of Mrs. Isabel Brandon Black who died 11/5/1937, A. M. Brandon of Clover, Henry Brandon of Rock Hill, P. M. Brandon of Houston Texas and Mrs. Henry Sowell of Newberry. Newberry Observer 11/9/1937, p6A

Brandon, A. M. of Clover was son of Mrs. J. C. Brandon and the brother of Mrs. Isabel Brandon Black who died 11/5/1937, P. M. Brandon of Houston Texas, Henry Brandon of Rock Hill, A. L. Brandon of Newberry and Mrs. Henry Sowell of Newberry. Newberry Observer 11/9/1937, p6A

Brandon, Henry of Rock Hill was son of Mrs. J. C. Brandon and the brother of Mrs. Isabel Brandon Black who died 11/5/1937, A. M. Brandon of Clover, P. M. Brandon of Houston Texas, A. L. Brandon of Newberry and Mrs. Henry Sowell of Newberry. Newberry Observer 11/9/1937, p6A

Brandon, Isabel of 303 Glenn St. won a free ticket to the Newberry Opera House, Newberry Observer 6/11/1937, p7

Brandon, J. C. Mrs. was the mother of Mrs. Isabel Brandon Black who died 11/5/1937, P. M. Brandon of Houston Texas, A. M. Brandon of Clover, Henry Brandon of Rock Hill, A. L. Brandon of Newberry and Mrs. Henry Sowell of Newberry. Newberry Observer 11/9/1937, p6A

Brandon, P. M. of Houston Texas was son of Mrs. J. C. Brandon and the brother of Mrs. Isabel Brandon Black who died 11/5/1937, A. M. Brandon of Clover, Henry Brandon of Rock Hill, A. L. Brandon of Newberry and Mrs. Henry Sowell of Newberry. Newberry Observer 11/9/1937, p6A

Brandon, Sally Mrs. of Simpsonville was the sister of Leonard G. Sligh who died April 8, 1937, Sam Sligh of Newberry, Allen J. Sligh of Rock Hill and Charles W. Sligh of Newberry. She was the aunt of Gerald Sligh and William W. Sligh. Newberry Observer 4/13/1937, p5

Branton, Helen of Central House won a free ticket to the Opera House, Newberry Observer 4/6/1937, p2

Brastos, Pete Mrs. of Chester was the sister of Mrs. C. B. Atkinson who died October 12, 1937, Mrs. Boyce Hawkins of Prosperity, Mrs. I. J. Gibson of Haines City Florida, Mrs. A. Z. Counts of Greenwood and A. C. Merchant of New Brookland. She was the aunt of Mary Frances Atkinson and Rudolph Atkinson. Newberry Observer 10/22/1937, p6A

Brazelle, George was the brother of Mrs. G. J. Wofford who died December 23, 1937, Mrs. Lessie Watkins, Mrs. Ella Thomas and Mrs. Nancy Harris. He was the uncle of Minnie Frank Wofford, Elise Wofford, Clara Wofford, Deshields Wofford. Newberry Observer 12/24/1937, p1A

Brazelle, Ms.

Brazelle, Ms. 58-year-old wife of G. J. Wofford died at her home in Whitmire on December 23, 1937 with burial in Whitmire Cemetery. Surviving was a brother George Brazelle and sisters Mrs. Lessie Watkins, Mrs. Ella Thomas, Mrs. Nancy Harris and children: Minnie Frank Wofford, Elise Wofford, Clara Wofford, Deshields Wofford. Newberry Observer 12/24/1937, p1A

Breazeale, Francis Beal married Ms. Inez Lowndes on 8/18/1937 at Flat Rock NC. The names of many other people from Newberry who attended the wedding were given in the paper, Newberry Observer 8/20/1937, p5

Brehmer, Elizabeth Miss moved her ice cream and sandwich shop from Caldwell Street to College Street just below the Wiseman Hotel. Newberry Observer 11/5/1937, p1

Brehmer, Gladys Ms. married Guy Schumpert both of the Bush River community on December 5, 1937 at the home of the officiating Minister Rev. Vaughn. The bride is the only daughter of Joe Brehmer and the groom is the oldest son of Duffy Schumpert of the Hartford community, employed by Star Grocery Company of ‘96. The couple will live at the home of the bride’s parents for the present. Newberry Observer 12/7/1937, p8

Brehmer, Gladys of Newberry won a free ticket to the Newberry Opera House, Newberry Observer 8/31/1937, p7

Brehmer, J. W. Mrs. of Newberry County was the daughter of Mrs. J. T. Sterling who died December 17, 1937 and the sister of W. H. Sterling, C. F. Sterling and Furman Sterling, Ms. Minnie Sterling and J. E. Sterling all of Newberry County and Mrs. J. T. Quinn of Washington DC. Newberry Observer 12/21/1937, p4

Brehmer, John of the Vaughnville section of the County received much damage to their crops by the recent wind, rain and hail storm. Newberry Observer 7/2/1937, p3A

Brehmer, Sarah of Kinards won a free ticket to the Newberry Opera House, Newberry Observer, 7/9/1937, p5A

Brennan, Emma Dora Mrs. 67-year-old widow of J. E. Brennan died at the home of E. L. Dawkins on May 16, 1937 with burial at Enoree Baptist Church Cemetery. Surviving were children: Mrs. W. P. Cromer of Pomaria, Mrs. E. L. Dawkins of Newberry and J. C. Brennan of Newberry; also a brother Joseph Adams of Pomaria and a sister Mrs. Mary Evans of Newberry. Pallbearers’ names were given in the paper. Newberry Observer 5/21/1937, p5A

Brennan, J. C. of  414 Rodelsperger St. won a free ticket to the Opera House, Newberry Observer 3/23/1937, p4

Brennan, J. C. of Newberry was the son of Mrs. Emma Dora Brennan who died May 16, 1937 and nephew of Joseph Adams of Pomaria and Mrs. Mary Evans of Newberry. He was the brother of Mrs. E. L. Dawkins of Newberry and Mrs. W. P. Cromer of Pomaria. Newberry Observer 5/21/1937, p5A

Brewer, J. W. of West Greenville was in an automobile – truck collision near Plampin’s Filling Station at the intersection of the Columbia and Whitmire Highway on June 23, 1937. He was admitted to Newberry County Hospital. Details, Newberry Observer, 6/25/1937, p1A

Brewington, Emmie Mrs. of Laurens was the daughter of John Wylie Harman who died January 20, 1937 and niece of Oscar Quattlebaum of Prosperity. She was the sister of Amos Harmon of Saluda County, Dan Harmon of Saluda County, Clyde Harmon of Saluda County, Mrs. Pearl Emenecker of Aiken SC, Luther Harmon of Ward, Mrs. Elease Jones of Saluda and B. A. Havird of Newberry. Newberry Observer 2/2/1937, p1

Brice, James 45-year-old colored yard hand at Oakland Mill was found dead October 29, 1937 in a water tank on the mill grounds. He was assigned the job to dip the water out of the tank and was to finish his work at three o'clock however no one missed him since it was not unusual for him not to report again at quitting time. The next morning he was found dead in the water. He had been employed by Oakland cotton mill for 12 years and lived in that section. Newberry Observer 11/2/1937, p1; an inquest into his death revealed that he met his death by a hemorrhage of the brain. Newberry Observer 11/5/1937, p1

Bridges, Betty Ms. of Rock Hill visited her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Lathan of Main Street Newberry. Newberry Observer 8/20/1937, p8

Bridges, Betty of Rock Hill visited her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Lathan of Main Street. Newberry Observer, 6/25/1937, p3B

Briggs, Eliza G. of 909 Wilson St. won a free ticket to the Opera House, Newberry Observer 1/15/1937, p4

Briggs, Eliza Gary daughter of Mrs. W. Traylor Briggs married Clyde D. Clayton of Rock Hill on February 7, 1937 at York SC. The couple will live at Rock Hill, Newberry Observer 4/6/1937, p8

Briggs, Eliza Gary Mrs. daughter of Mrs. Eugene Gary recently accepted a secretarial job in Washington DC. Newberry Observer, 7/9/1937, p6A

Bright, A. L. Mrs. and Alfred Bright of Houston Texas are visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Bedenbaugh. Newberry Observer 7/27/1937, p5

Brigman, Tom Mrs. of Newberry won a free ticket to the Opera House, Newberry Observer 1/29/1937, p4

Brissie, S. C. of Hodges was Principal of Prosperity School for the coming School year. Newberry Observer 8/31/1937, p5

Britt, Eliza Rachel Ms. 72-year-old widow of Brooks Guin and daughter of Levi Britt and Frances McCullough of Newberry died March 9, 1937 at her home following a short illness of the flu and double pneumonia. Burial was in Rosemont Cemetery. She ran a boarding house in Newberry for sometime. Surviving children were Jesse Guin of Newberry, Lindsey Guin of Newberry, Brooks Guinn of Rockford Illinois, Wilbur Guin of Atlanta Georgia and Mrs. A. C. Mills of Kinards. Also surviving were sisters Mrs. T. M. Parks of Newberry, Mrs. Alice Wilson of Columbia and Mrs. Dolly Long of Columbia and brother H. O. Britt of Columbia. Newberry Observer 3/12/1937, p1

Britt, H. O. of Columbia was the brother of Mrs. Eliza Rachel Guin who died March 9, 1937 and Mrs. Alice Wilson of Columbia, Mrs. Dolly Long of Columbia and Mrs. T. M. Parks of Newberry. He was the uncle of Mrs. A. C. Mills of Kinards, Lindsey Guin of Newberry, Brooks Guinn of Rockford Illinois, Wilbur Guin of Atlanta Georgia and Jesse Guin of Newberry. Newberry Observer 3/12/1937, p1

Britt, William married Ms. Nan Workman niece of Probate Judge Neal Workman of Newberry October 29, 1937. The bride has attended the Business Department classes at Newberry College, living with her uncle on Boundary Street. The groom is a 1935 graduate of Clemson College and his manager of the lumbar plant in Grovetown GA. Newberry Observer 11/2/1937, p2

Britton, J. W. of Alcolu spent the weekend with his wife and small son in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Hentz, Newberry Observer 3/26/1937, p1-B

Broadus, Lenore Ms. had a sinus surgery performed by Dr. F. E. Mottley at a Hospital in Charlotte, 106 W. 7th St. She was accompanied by Mrs. W. H. Hunt and Ms. Fannie McCaughrin. Newberry Observer 1/8/1937, p5; she had been discharged from the Hospital and was home on Boundary Street although she is still confined to her bed. Newberry Observer 1/15/1937, p6; she hosted the Business Women's Circle of Central Methodist Church. Details, Newberry Observer 3/5/1937, p8

Brock, Annie Bell Ms. of Whitmire was the daughter of Mrs. Susie Chlorine Brock who died May 20, 1937 and sister of George Brock of Whitmire, Wallace Brock of Whitmire, Mrs. G. P. Carpenter, Mrs. D. B. Stockman of Wadesboro North Carolina, Irvin Brock of St. Louis Missouri and an adopted sister Mrs. Virgil Hildebrandt of Newberry. Newberry Observer 5/25/1937, p8

Brock, Erwin of 2803 Milne Ave. won a free ticket to the Opera House, Newberry Observer 4/6/1937, p2

Brock, George of Whitmire was the son of Mrs. Susie Chlorine Brock who died May 20, 1937 and brother of Irvin Brock of St. Louis Missouri, Wallace Brock of Whitmire, Mrs. G. P. Carpenter, Mrs. D. B. Stockman of Wadesboro North Carolina, Miss Annie Bell Brock of Whitmire and an adopted sister Mrs. Virgil Hildebrandt of Newberry. Newberry Observer 5/25/1937, p8

Brock, Irvin of St. Louis Missouri was the son of Mrs. Susie Chlorine Brock who died May 20, 1937 and brother of George Brock of Whitmire, Wallace Brock of Whitmire, Mrs. G. P. Carpenter, Mrs. D. B. Stockman of Wadesboro North Carolina, Miss Annie Bell Brock of Whitmire and an adopted sister Mrs. Virgil Hildebrandt of Newberry. Newberry Observer 5/25/1937, p8

Brock, Mrs. of Whitmire was buried on 5/23/1937. Her nephew and nieces who attended her funeral were Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Brock and Mr. and Mrs. Moody Thomas. Newberry Observer 5/28/1937, p1B

Brock, Susie Chlorine 73 years old died May 20, 1937 with burial in Odell Cemetery. Surviving were her children: Irvin Brock of St. Louis Missouri, George Brock of Whitmire, Wallace Brock of Whitmire, Mrs. G. P. Carpenter, Mrs. D. B. Stockman of Wadesboro North Carolina, Miss Annie Bell Brock of Whitmire and an adopted daughter Mrs. Virgil Hildebrandt of Newberry. Newberry Observer 5/25/1937, p8

Brock, Wallace of Whitmire was the son of Mrs. Susie Chlorine Brock who died May 20, 1937 and brother of George Brock of Whitmire, Irvin Brock of St. Louis Missouri, Mrs. G. P. Carpenter, Mrs. D. B. Stockman of Wadesboro North Carolina, Miss Annie Bell Brock of Whitmire and an adopted sister Mrs. Virgil Hildebrandt of Newberry. Newberry Observer 5/25/1937, p8

Brook, J. B. of RFD 2 won a free ticket to the Newberry Opera House, Newberry Observer 9/21/1937, p5

Brooks, Annette Mrs. hosted the Prosperity Bridge Club meeting, details, Newberry Observer 3/9/1937, p5

Brooks, Annette Mrs. of Prosperity was a teacher of Prosperity School for the coming School year. Newberry Observer 8/31/1937, p5

Brooks, Annette Mrs. of the faculty of Prosperity School chaperoned five students of the 11th grade on a sightseeing trip to Charleston, details, Newberry Observer 4/6/1937, p7

Brooks, Beatrice Mrs. of London England was the guest of Mrs. A. G. Lightsey of Mt. Bethel Garmany Community. She will return to London with Ms. Catherine Kennerly in time to see the coronation. Newberry Observer 5/7/1937, p1

Brooks, Charley had his tonsillectomy at Newberry County Hospital, Newberry Observer 5/14/1937, p3A

Brooks, Cullen Ms. A member of the Prosperity High School Beta Club attended a state convention in Columbia. Newberry Observer 4/20/1937, p5

Brooks, Cullen of Prosperity High School spent last week in Washington DC accompanied by her teacher Ms. Bettye Workman, Newberry Observer 3/23/1937, p5

Brooks, Ernest A. Mr. and Mrs. of Glenn Street spend several weeks in Atlanta Georgia with Mrs. Brooks father, Mr. Kadell. They also spent time in the mountains of North Carolina. Newberry Observer 8/20/1937, p8

Brooks, Ernest A. Mrs. of Newberry suffered the death of her mother Mrs. Paul F. Kadel Sr. of Atlanta Georgia. Newberry Observer 2/2/1937, p1

Brooks, J. C. is the new County Treas. starting July 1. He and his family live on Main Street. Newberry Observer 7/2/1937, p1

Brooks, J. C. Jr. of Newberry spent the weekend with his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Counts of Prosperity. Newberry Observer 11/2/1937, p7

Brooks, J. C. Mrs. was a patient at Columbia Hospital. Newberry Observer 9/21/1937, p5

Brooks, J. C. Treasurer-Elect of Newberry County and his wife moved from Salley SC to Newberry and live in a bungalow on Main Street. Newberry Observer 6/18/1937, p1

Brooks, Lillian Estelle Ms. married Dan Miles Johnson of Spartanburg on May 5, 1937 at the Second Presbyterian Church in Spartanburg officiated by Rev. John D. Henderson. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Brooks and is a student at Newberry College. The groom is the son of G. W. Johnson of Spartanburg and is a senior at Newberry College. He is recently associated in business with his brother-in-law J. V. Myers. The couple will live at 1128 Summer St. in Newberry. Newberry Observer 5/11/1937, p3

Brooks, Lloyd of SCS Newberry won a free ticket to the Newberry Opera House, Newberry Observer 9/24/1937, p5A.

Brooks, M. M. Rev. pastor of O’Neall Methodist Church, (Photo), Newberry Observer 10/29/1937, p4B

Brooks, P. B. was assigned for the coming year District missionary in Newberry, Newberry Observer 11/5/1937, p3

Brooks, Philip left for a three week stay in California with his brother and sister-in-law stopping at places of interest along the way. Newberry Observer 8/6/1937, p8

Brooks, Sarah Mildred Ms. of Atlanta Georgia married Henry Lee Madden of Atlanta on Thanksgiving Day November 28, 1937 at the home of the bride’s parents Rev. and Mrs. M. M. Brooks of O'Neall Street in Newberry. The bride is the oldest daughter, a graduate of Lander College in Greenwood and recently connected with the Red Cross in Atlanta. The groom teaches in the Boys High School of Atlanta. Newberry Observer 11/26/1937, p3A

Broome, Clarence E. married Ms. Hattie Mildred Werts (no date) officiated by Rev. A. F. Poore of Washington DC. The couple are living at Schoefield VA. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Viola Werts and the late Eugene S. Werts. The groom is the son of Mrs. Lillian Broome and the late Walter Broome. Newberry Observer 5/21/1937, p1B

Broome, Clarence E. Mr. and Mrs. of Schoolfield Virginia visited Mrs. E. S. Werts on Hunt Street. Newberry Observer 7/27/1937, p8

Broome, Clarence E. Mrs. of Schoolfield VA visited relatives in Newberry and Whitmire. Newberry Observer 4/2/1937, p8

BROWN FAMILY REUNION - took place at the summer home of W. T. Brown on Lake Murray. Rev. and Mrs. R. D. Byrd (Nee Vinnie Brown) and children, Mary Elizabeth Byrd, Robert Byrd and Sarah Byrd attended. Newberry Observer 8/10/1937, p6

Brown, A. W. Policeman of Gaffney was being held by the Sheriff in regards to shooting Col. Sims 56 years old of Blacksburg, details, Newberry Observer 7/20/1937, p2

Brown, Anna F. of Newberry R-1 won a free ticket to the Opera House, Newberry Observer 3/5/1937, p4

Brown, Arthur Mr. and Mrs. are living at 1721 Johnstone St. while Mr. Brown is with the US forestry service in Newberry. Newberry Observer 5/21/1937, p1A

Brown, Clara Ms. of Prosperity was a teacher of Prosperity School for the coming school year. Newberry Observer 8/31/1937, p5

Brown, D. W. was advertised that according to the records of the NATIONAL BANK OF NEWBERRY in Newberry SC, the bank held certain safekeeping items for this person and the receiver was advertising for the individual listed to get in touch with him for removal of the item, Newberry Observer, 6/22/1937, p7

Brown, Haskell was the manager of the A&P store on lower Main Street. Newberry Observer 12/7/1937, p1

Brown, Henry of Main Street won a free ticket to the Newberry Opera House, Newberry Observer 10/22/1937, p5A

Brown, Hunter H. Mrs. hosted her Bridge Club and several other friends, details, Newberry Observer 4/27/1937, p8

Brown, Hunter Mrs. entertained her Bridge Club at her house on Nance Street, details, Newberry Observer 10/22/1937, p3A

Brown, J. Frank Mrs. will teach penmanship at Winthrop College Summer School. Newberry Observer 6/15/1937, p8

Brown, J. J. H. died at the home of his son in Greenville on August 15, 1937 after several months of illness with burial in Rosemont Cemetery. He was born and raised in Newberry and was a farmer until seven years ago when he retired and moved to Greenville to live with his son James G. Brown. He was the last member of his immediate family, survived by his son, one grandson and one great grand son. Newberry Observer 8/17/1937, p1

Brown, James D. of Newberry won a free ticket to Newberry Opera House, Newberry Observer 9/10/1937, p5

Brown, James D. was club leader of the 4H club of Long Lane, Newberry Observer 3/26/1937, p1

Brown, James G. of Greenville was the son of J. J. H. Brown of Newberry who died August 15, 1937. Newberry Observer 8/17/1937, p1

Brown, Marion of CCC Camp won a free ticket to the Opera House. Newberry Observer 2/16/1937, p4

Brown, Mary Mrs. was the daughter of Mrs. Bessie Magdalene Kohn who died 3/21/1937? and the niece of Haskell Bouknight of Rock Hill SC, H. C. Bouknight of Newberry, A. E. Bouknight of Newberry, David Bouknight of Newberry, O. B. Bouknight of Newberry and Ernest Bouknight of Newberry, Mrs. E. D. Younginer of Irmo SC and Mrs. N. J. Kirby of Durham NC. She was the sister of William B. Koon, Mrs. Maggie Floria Parker, Corlice P. Koon, Harry J. Koon and Mrs. James E. Taylor. Newberry Observer 3/23/1937, p1

Brown, O. K. Mrs. of Newberry SC won a free ticket to the Newberry Opera House, Newberry Observer 5/18/1937, p7A

Brown, Ollie Mrs. entertained her Bridge Club at her home on Calhoun Street, details, Newberry Observer 10/8/1937, p3

Brown, Ollie Mrs. hosted her Bridge Club meeting, details, Newberry Observer 5/7/1937, p4B

Brown, Sims W. Mrs. of 1700 Main St. won a ticket to the Newberry Opera House, Newberry Observer 7/16/1937, p5A

Brown, W. C. Dr. was elected a committeeman for township 2,3, Newberry Observer 12/3/1937, p1A

Brown, W. Carroll deceased of Belton SC - his funeral was attended by J. T. McCrackin of Newberry. Newberry Observer 11/16/1937, p8

Brown, Wilson Mrs. at the final meeting of the Winthrop alum may of Newberry at her home on Calhoun Street. Details, Newberry Observer 6/4/1937, p3

Brown, Wilson was elected president and a director of the Lions Club for the coming year, Newberry Observer 6/4/1937, p1 lion tamer

Browne, Agnes Ms married Francis B. Culp on June 19, 1937 in Johnston SC. The bride was the niece of Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank Browne of Prosperity. Newberry Observer, 6/22/1937, p3

Browne, J. Frank Mr. and Mrs. of Prosperity visited their daughter Mrs. P. W. Smith of Oklahoma City Oklahoma, Newberry Observer 8/17/1937, p7

Browning, James Mrs. (Nee Nellie Adams) has been sick for several weeks and cared for at the home of her sister Miss Mattie Adams of Nance Street. Newberry Observer 8/27/1937, p8

Browning, Medora Ms. hosted a bridge party in honor of Nellie Fouche at the home of Mrs. William Dicus of Clinton. Details, Newberry Observer 4/6/1937, p8

Brownlee, James manager of the local Birdsey Flour Co. was transferred to Greenwood after receiving a promotion, Newberry Observer 12/31/1937, p1

Bruce, Alma Mrs. of Harrington Street won a free ticket to the Newberry Opera House, Newberry Observer, 6/25/1937, p5A

Bruce, Alma W. Mrs. of Newberry will receive a Confederate War Pension from Newberry County starting July 1. Newberry Observer 7/2/1937, p1

Bruce, Boyd of USN was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Bruce Sr. and the brother of William Wallace Bruce Jr. who died November 5, 1937 and Charles Bruce of Atlanta Georgia, Mrs. E. T. Frontze of Atlanta GA, Mrs. Lucille Hose of Birmingham ALA and Mrs. H. B. Bell of Charleston SC. Newberry Observer 11/9/1937, p1

Bruce, Charles of Atlanta Georgia was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Bruce Sr. and the brother of William Wallace Bruce Jr. who died November 5, 1937 and Boyd Bruce of the United States Navy, Mrs. E. T. Frontze of Atlanta GA, Mrs. Lucille Hose of Birmingham ALA and Mrs. H. B. Bell of Charleston SC. Newberry Observer 11/9/1937, p1

Bruce, Wallace Sr. Mr. and Mrs. of Prosperity were the parents of William Wallace Bruce Jr. who died November 5, 1937 and Charles Bruce who is an attorney Atlanta Georgia and Boyd Bruce of the United States Navy, Mrs. E. T. Frontze of Atlanta GA, Mrs. Lucille Hose of Birmingham ALA and Mrs. H. B. Bell of Charleston SC. Newberry Observer 11/9/1937, p1

Bruce, William Wallace Jr. 51-year-old Atty. Gen. of Washington DC, formerly of Prosperity, died in Atlanta Georgia on November 5, 1937 in a Hospital where he had been under treatment for some time. Burial was in Prosperity Cemetery. Surviving was his wife and three children of Washington DC; his parents Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Bruce Sr., brothers Charles Bruce who is an attorney Atlanta Georgia and Boyd Bruce of the United States Navy; his sisters Mrs. E. T. Frontze of Atlanta GA, Mrs. Lucille Hose of Birmingham ALA and Mrs. H. B. Bell of Charleston SC. He was the grandson of the late Rev. J. C. Bruce who for 35 years was pastor of Prosperity ARP Church. His paternal grandfather was the late Dr. Bruce also of Prosperity. Newberry Observer 11/9/1937, p1

Bryant, Dessie Mrs. of Newberry was the sister of Paul W. Troutman who died April 1, 1937, Mrs. W. L. Hazel of Greenville, Lonnie Troutman of Saluda and L. E. Troutman of Newberry. She was the aunt of Doris Troutman and Karleen Troutman of Columbia. Newberry Observer 4/2/1937, p1

Bryant, Lois Ms. of Orangeburg had married Arthur Lee Wheeler who died 9/24/1937. Their surviving children were Margaret Wheeler seven years old and Anne Wheeler three years old. Newberry Observer 9/28/1937, p5

Bryant, Richard of SCS-7 won a free ticket to the Opera House, Newberry Observer 3/23/1937, p4

Bryant, T. A. Mrs. of Charleston was the daughter of Mrs. Ella Nicholson Boozer who died March 11, 1937 and niece of Clark Nicholson, Paul Nicholson, Sam Nicholson and Joe Nicholson all of Saluda and Mrs. Mary E. Boozer of Newberry. She was the sister of Ms. Maud Boozer of Greenville, Mrs. R. H. Grant of Greenville, Mrs. George W. Hughes of Columbia, Frank P. Boozer of Newberry, Mrs. J. Worth Bedenbaugh of Prosperity, Arthur P. Boozer, J. Edward Boozer, Vernon N. Boozer, Everett W. Boozer and Ms. Carolyn Mae Boozer of Prosperity. Newberry Observer 3/12/1937, p1

Bryant, Tommie Mrs. of Trenton was the daughter of Jessie C. Turner died October 29, 1939 and the niece of Henry J. Turner of Newberry and Sammy Turner of Saluda. She was the sister of E. D. Turner of Wards SC, L. A. Turner of Wards SC, Mrs. Irwin Gilliam of Peltzer, Mrs. D. J. Rowe of Johnston and A. C. Turner of Wards SC. Newberry Observer 11/2/1937, p8

Bryson, Alice a member of the music class of Ms. Rachel Kennedy took part in the piano recital at the Prosperity High School Auditorium, Newberry Observer 5/11/1937, p7; Alice Bryson of the 6th grade Prosperity School was on the HONOR ROLL, Newberry Observer 2/12/1937, p1 and Newberry Observer 3/16/1937, p5 and Newberry Observer 6/1/1937, p5

Bryson, Alice celebrated her 12th birthday with a lovely party at the home of her parents Rev. and Mrs. J. L. Bryson. Details, Newberry Observer 10/26/1937, p5; Alice Bryson of the 7th grade Prosperity School was on the HONOR ROLL, Newberry Observer 11/2/1937, p7

Bryson, Bruce L. Son of Rev. and Mrs. T. L. Bryson of Prosperity was advanced in rating to fire control man, 3 – C, December 1 in the U.S. Navy. He entered the service August 1934 and was assigned to the USS Oklahoma as apprentice seaman. He is 20 years old, 6 foot 2½ inches and weighs 210 pounds. He received special recognition as a marksman in anti-– aircraft gunnery. Details, Newberry Observer 12/21/1937, p8

Bryson, H. M. Mrs. hosted a luncheon, details, Newberry Observer 7/16/1937, p3A

Bryson, Nancy Deree Ms. married James Warren Abrams in the Owings SC garden of the bride’s parents Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Bryson on July 20, 1937. The brother of the bride was the officiating Minister, Rev. J. W. Bryson of Brownsville Tennessee. The bride was a former teacher at Whitmire High School. The groom is a farmer in the Tranwood community of Newberry. Newberry Observer 8/10/1937, p3

Bryson, Nancy Deree of Owens SC will marry J. W. Abrams of Newberry in July 1937. The bride elect is a daughter of R. M. Bryson and a graduate of Winthrop College. She has been a successful teacher in Orangeburg and Newberry counties. The groom is the son of the late C. I. Abrams of Newberry. He is a farmer in the Tranwood section of the County. Newberry Observer 6/29/1937, p3

Bryson, T. L. Rev. and Mrs. and family spent Thursday in Swansea SC. Newberry Observer 1/5/1937, p2

BSA - a remark about the praiseworthy behavior of the scouts at the jamboree in Washington DC, details, Newberry Observer 7/16/1937, p4A; the Boy Scout cabin on Pope Terrace is about completed and is a very attractive building, adding much to that section of the city. The construction was done by N. Y. A. Labor under the supervision of Guy Whitener. Newberry Observer 7/27/1937, p8; West End Boy Scouts returned from a week at Camp Old Indian. Many of the boys advanced in Scout work and received merit badges. The scoutmaster also went along. Details, Newberry Observer 7/30/1937, p1A; there will be a 9-County District Jamboree for the Boy Scouts of America in Greenwood on August 11 – 14. There will be a horse show; mammoth parade; general admission will be $.50; camping fee for meals for the four days is $2.10 and will be limited to 500 scouts with cots and mattresses furnished by the jamboree committee. Newberry Observer 8/6/1937, p6; Troop #2 BSA finished their Scout home on Pope Street which will be dedicated on August 19, 1937 with an interesting program, Newberry Observer 8/17/1937, p1; there was a good crowd in attendance for the dedication services; details of the occasion, Newberry Observer 8/24/1937, p1; ALRICO DARE DEVILS will appear at the Boy Scout Carnival September 13 – 18. The show will be held on the grounds opposite the junior High School. There will be no sideshows or gambling devices. Carnival rides will include the merry-go-round, Ferris wheel, tilt a whirl and chair swing. A special feature will be the 111 foot high dive. Details, Newberry Observer 9/10/1937, p1; Troop 2 report of its weekly meeting at its new headquarters; Service star awards given, Newberry Observer 9/24/1937, p6A; report on Troop 6; attendance at the meeting was 12; medals were given for pro – marksmanship, Newberry Observer 10/5/1937, p5; Boy Scouts of Troop #1 gathered in their scout cabin on the Pomaria Road and heard an interesting lecture on forestry given by Prof. C. L. Trabert. Professor Trabert is a former scoutmaster of this troop. Troop One expressed appreciation to H. B. Wells for giving free admission to the show on Monday in Newberry. Newberry Observer 12/3/1937, p1A; Blue Ridge Council meeting will be held December 16, 1937 at Newberry Chamber of Commerce at 6 PM in order to adopt the budget and the aims and objectives for the coming year. A Turkey dinner will follow. Newberry Observer 12/14/1937, p1; the annual meeting of the Newberry District Boy Scouts was held in Willowbrook clubhouse on December 18, 1937. Newberry had 121 Boy Scouts in 1937 which is an increase of 20 over the previous year. 10% of those boys attending camp in 1936 and 41% attended camp in 1937. Newberry Observer 12/21/1937, p1; Boy Scouts will sell ‘Bangles’ and fight against TB. ‘Bangles’ are the tiny red tuberculosis crosses worn on the coat which are sold to raise funds for the prevention of TB. This is to complement the sale of Christmas seals and bonds. Newberry Observer 12/24/1937, p1A

BSA - the annual meeting of the Blue Ridge Council will be held January 5 in Greenwood SC; the annual banquet will be held at the Oregon Hotel at 7 PM, details, Newberry Observer 1/1/1937, p1; a report on TROOP 68 - meeting was held January 8, 1937; new Scouts received; plans for the year made; senior scout patrol was formed; results of contests, details, Newberry Observer 1/15/1937, p4; plans revealed for the Boy Scout campaign sponsored by the Newberry Lions Club. In 1936 Newberry District was the only one in the entire Blue Ridge Council which failed to meet its quota for membership. Details, Newberry Observer 1/15/1937, p1; report on the meetings of Troop #6 and Troop #68, Newberry Observer 1/26/1937, p2; report of the board of review held January 26, 1937, Newberry Observer 2/2/1937, p2; a report on the activities of Troop 68, Newberry Observer 2/5/1937, p6; a report on Troop 68 and Troop 5, Newberry Observer 2/12/1937, p7; about the father and son banquet; AN EXPLANATION of the Green Bar Patrol, Newberry Observer 2/16/1937, p6; a report on TROOP #68 and Troop #5; Newberry Observer 2/23/1937, p6; a report on Troop #6, Newberry Observer 2/26/1937, p1; news of Troop 68; a summary of the banquet, Newberry Observer 3/9/1937, p5; news about Troop 6 and Troop 68; Newberry Observer 3/16/1937, p3; news of Troop 68, Newberry Observer 3/26/1937, p4-B; about the meeting of the sixth district in Greenville; wide range of subjects discussed including camp Callahan, Gymboree and application for charter, Newberry Observer 4/2/1937, p1; a report on Troop 6 of Newberry and their meeting that was held March 6, 1937, Newberry Observer 4/6/1937, p6; report of the meeting for Troop 2; four new members were present; the award of the essay contests was a trip to the jamboree, Newberry Observer 4/16/1937, p6-B; report of the meeting of Troop #2, Newberry Observer 4/30/1937, p1B; report of the meeting of Troop 2; Newberry Observer 5/11/1937, p2; a report on Troop 2; Newberry Observer 5/18/1937, p2A; a report on Troop 2; a report on traffic rules being violated in the town, Newberry Observer 5/21/1937, p2A; an article on the scout camps which opened June 16 for the younger boys and June 30 for the regular scouts; rates are seven dollars a week and this includes all expenses of the camper except spending money. Details, Newberry Observer 6/1/1937, p1; a report on the meeting of Troop 2, Newberry Observer 6/8/1937, p6; report on the meeting of Troop 2; Newberry Observer 6/15/1937, p1; annual BSA Camp will open at Camp Old Indian; the names of all the men who are responsible for the running of the camp were given in the paper, Newberry Observer 6/18/1937, p1; a report on Troop 2; Newberry Observer, 6/22/1937, p8; TROOP 2 report; meeting was held at the playground on College Street, Newberry Observer, 6/25/1937, p4B

Buchanan, Carolyn of 904 Pope St. won a free ticket to the Newberry Opera House, Newberry Observer 6/4/1937, p7

Buchanan, Carolyn was a 1937 graduate of Newberry High School, Newberry Observer 6/4/1937, p1

Buck, J. E. of Prosperity was the brother of Mrs. L. A. Black who died September 1, 1937 and R. E. L. Buck of Rural Retreat Virginia. He was the uncle of Mrs. Lindsey Boozer of Greenville and Ralph B. Black of Greenville. Newberry Observer 9/3/1937, p1

Buck, R. E. L. of Rural Retreat Virginia was the brother of Mrs. L. A. Black who died September 1, 1937 and J. E. Buck of Prosperity. He was the uncle of Mrs. Lindsey Boozer of Greenville and Ralph B. Black of Greenville. Newberry Observer 9/3/1937, p1

Buford, Henry colored and five other men were arrested on the charge of gambling and forfeited a five dollar bond at the magistrate’s office, Newberry Observer 12/14/1937, p1

Buford, J. M. of Newberry won a free ticket to the Newberry Opera House, Newberry Observer 8/17/1937, p7

Buford, J. Maxwell of Newberry was a 1937 graduate of Newberry College receiving an AB Degree, Newberry Observer 5/28/1937, p4A and Newberry Observer 6/8/1937, p4

Buford, Munson Jr. of Kinards won a free ticket to the Newberry Opera House, Newberry Observer 9/14/1937, p2

Buford, Munson was secretary of the 4H Dairy Calf Club, Newberry Observer 3/26/1937, p1

Buford, Pope L. of 2304 Main St. won a free ticket to the Opera House, Newberry Observer 1/15/1937, p4

Buford, Pope was elected a steward for Central Methodist Church for the coming year, Newberry Observer 10/19/1937, p1

Buford, R. H. Mrs. was co-host of the meeting of the Bush River Home Demonstration Club at the home of Mrs. C. C. Vaughn with 27 members, details, Newberry Observer 10/12/1937, p8

Buford, W. M. Mrs. of Kinards won a ticket to the Newberry Opera House, Newberry Observer 7/16/1937, p5A

Buford, W. Munson driving a Plymouth car which was knocked out of line and the right front wheel and fender badly smashed when it collided with a truck on the Greenville-Newberry Highway at Kinards; no one was injured, details. Newberry Observer 9/10/1937, p1

Buford, Will T. of Newberry advertised three bulls for sale, Newberry Observer 10/29/1937, p5

Bullock, Anne Miss will supervise the dining room of the Wiseman Hotel. She lived in Charlotte for the past three years and is a native of Rhode Island with much restaurant experience. Newberry Observer 5/28/1937, p6A

Bullock, Donald was the grandson of Mrs. W. W. Bullock and the son of T. Earl Bullock who died May 12, 1937. He was the brother of Paul and Earl Bullock Jr. and the nephew of Mrs. Hal Anderson of Newberry, Ms. Kate Bullock of Greenwood, M. L. Bullock, White Bullock, Glenn Bullock and Ryan Bullock. Newberry Observer 5/14/1937, p2A

Bullock, Earl Jr. was the grandson of Mrs. W. W. Bullock and the son of T. Earl Bullock who died May 12, 1937. He was the brother of Paul and Donald Bullock and the nephew of Mrs. Hal Anderson of Newberry, Ms. Kate Bullock of Greenwood, M. L. Bullock, White Bullock, Glenn Bullock and Ryan Bullock. Newberry Observer 5/14/1937, p2A

Bullock, Earl Mrs. was created an oil painting of the old courthouse as it stands today. Newberry Observer 12/7/1937, p1

Bullock, Glenn was the son of Mrs. W. W. Bullock and the brother of T. Earl Bullock who died May 12, 1937, Ms. Kate Bullock of Greenwood, Mrs. Hal Anderson of Newberry, M. L. Bullock, White Bullock and Ryan Bullock. He was the uncle of Earl Jr., Paul and Donald Bullock. Newberry Observer 5/14/1937, p2A

Bullock, Kate Ms. of Greenwood was the daughter of William W. Bullock who died April 3, 1937 and niece of M. L. Bullock of Tampa Florida, Thomas Bullock of Oklahoma, Mrs. W. H. Workman of Clinton, Mrs. Ella Johnson of Hartsville, and Mrs. Ally Hill of Laurens. She was the sister of Ryan Bullock of Miami Florida, W. G. Bullock of Marion, T. E. Bullock of Newberry, M. L. Bullock of Newberry, L. W. Bullock of Newberry and Mrs. R. H. Anderson of Newberry. Newberry Observer 4/6/1937, p1; Ms. Kate Bullock of Greenwood was the daughter of Mrs. W. W. Bullock and the sister of T. Earl Bullock who died May 12, 1937, Mrs. Hal Anderson of Newberry, M. L. Bullock, White Bullock, Glenn Bullock and Ryan Bullock. She was the aunt of Earl Jr., Paul and Donald Bullock. Newberry Observer 5/14/1937, p2A

Bullock, L. W. of Newberry was the son of William W. Bullock who died April 3, 1937 and nephew of M. L. Bullock of Tampa Florida, Thomas Bullock of Oklahoma, Mrs. W. H. Workman of Clinton, Mrs. Ella Johnson of Hartsville, and Mrs. Ally Hill of Laurens. He was the brother of Ryan Bullock of Miami Florida, Ms. Kate Bullock of Greenwood, T. E. Bullock of Newberry, M. L. Bullock of Newberry, W. G. Bullock of Marion and Mrs. R. H. Anderson of Newberry. Newberry Observer 4/6/1937, p1

Bullock, M. L. of Newberry was the son of William W. Bullock who died April 3, 1937 and nephew of M. L. Bullock of Tampa Florida, Thomas Bullock of Oklahoma, Mrs. W. H. Workman of Clinton, Mrs. Ella Johnson of Hartsville, and Mrs. Ally Hill of Laurens. He was the brother of Ryan Bullock of Miami Florida, Ms. Kate Bullock of Greenwood, T. E. Bullock of Newberry, W. G. Bullock of Marion, L. W. Bullock of Newberry and Mrs. R. H. Anderson of Newberry. Newberry Observer 4/6/1937, p1; he was the son of Mrs. W. W. Bullock and the brother of T. Earl Bullock who died May 12, 1937, Ms. Kate Bullock of Greenwood, Mrs. Hal Anderson of Newberry, White Bullock, Glenn Bullock and Ryan Bullock. He was the uncle of Earl Jr., Paul and Donald Bullock. Newberry Observer 5/14/1937, p2A

Bullock, Paul was the grandson of Mrs. W. W. Bullock and the son of T. Earl Bullock who died May 12, 1937. He was the brother of Earl Jr. and Donald Bullock and the nephew of Mrs. Hal Anderson of Newberry, Ms. Kate Bullock of Greenwood, M. L. Bullock, White Bullock, Glenn Bullock and Ryan Bullock. Newberry Observer 5/14/1937, p2A

Bullock, Ryan of Miami Florida was the son of William W. Bullock who died April 3, 1937 and nephew of M. L. Bullock of Tampa Florida, Thomas Bullock of Oklahoma, Mrs. W. H. Workman of Clinton, Mrs. Ella Johnson of Hartsville, and Mrs. Ally Hill of Laurens. He was the brother of W. G. Bullock of Marion, Ms. Kate Bullock of Greenwood, T. E. Bullock of Newberry, M. L. Bullock of Newberry, L. W. Bullock of Newberry and Mrs. R. H. Anderson of Newberry. Newberry Observer 4/6/1937, p1; he was the son of Mrs. W. W. Bullock and the brother of T. Earl Bullock who died May 12, 1937, Ms. Kate Bullock of Greenwood, Mrs. Hal Anderson of Newberry, M. L. Bullock, White Bullock and Glenn Bullock. He was the uncle of Earl Jr., Paul and Donald Bullock. Newberry Observer 5/14/1937, p2A

Bullock, Shine a white man was arrested June 26, 1937 charged with disorderly conduct at a home in Helena section of town. COURT; GUILTY; $10 OR 30 DAYS, Newberry Observer 6/29/1937, p1

Bullock, T. E. of Newberry was the son of William W. Bullock who died April 3, 1937 and nephew of M. L. Bullock of Tampa Florida, Thomas Bullock of Oklahoma, Mrs. W. H. Workman of Clinton, Mrs. Ella Johnson of Hartsville, and Mrs. Ally Hill of Laurens. He was the brother of Ryan Bullock of Miami Florida, Ms. Kate Bullock of Greenwood, W. G. Bullock of Marion, M. L. Bullock of Newberry, L. W. Bullock of Newberry and Mrs. R. H. Anderson of Newberry. Newberry Observer 4/6/1937, p1

Bullock, T. Earl 45 years old died May 12th 1937 at his store at Deadfall from a self-inflicted gunshot wound through his heart with burial in Rosemont cemetery. He was a 2nd Lieutenant in the World War, enlisting in 1916 and serving until the close of the war and had been hurt in an automobile accident several months ago and had been in ill health ever since. Surviving was his wife (Eva Frick of Chapin) and three young sons: Earl Jr., Paul and Donald Bullock; his mother Mrs. W. W. Bullock and brothers and sisters: Mrs. Hal Anderson of Newberry, Ms. Kate Bullock of Greenwood, M. L. Bullock, White Bullock, Glenn Bullock and Ryan Bullock. Newberry Observer 5/14/1937, p2A

Bullock, Thomas of Oklahoma was the brother of William W. Bullock who died April 3, 1937 and M. L. Bullock of Tampa Florida, Mrs. W. H. Workman of Clinton, Mrs. Ella Johnson of Hartsville, and Mrs. Ally Hill of Laurens. He was the uncle of Mrs. R. H. Anderson of Newberry, Ryan Bullock of Miami Florida, Ms. Kate Bullock of Greenwood, T. E. Bullock of Newberry, M. L. Bullock of Newberry, L. W. Bullock of Newberry and W. G. Bullock of Marion. Newberry Observer 4/6/1937, p1

Bullock, W. G. of Marion was the son of William W. Bullock who died April 3, 1937 and nephew of M. L. Bullock of Tampa Florida, Thomas Bullock of Oklahoma, Mrs. W. H. Workman of Clinton, Mrs. Ella Johnson of Hartsville, and Mrs. Ally Hill of Laurens. He was the brother of Ryan Bullock of Miami Florida, Ms. Kate Bullock of Greenwood, T. E. Bullock of Newberry, M. L. Bullock of Newberry, L. W. Bullock of Newberry and Mrs. R. H. Anderson of Newberry. Newberry Observer 4/6/1937, p1

Bullock, W. W. Mrs. was the mother of T. Earl Bullock who died May 12, 1937, Mrs. Hal Anderson of Newberry, Ms. Kate Bullock of Greenwood, M. L. Bullock, White Bullock, Glenn Bullock and Ryan Bullock. She was the grandmother of Earl Jr., Paul and Donald Bullock. Newberry Observer 5/14/1937, p2A

Bullock, White announced himself a candidate for alderman of Ward 4. Newberry Observer 8/3/1937, p6; he received only two more votes than his opponent in the Democratic primary for Ald. of Ward 4 on October 12; there will be a second vote on October 26, Newberry Observer 10/15/1937, p1A; he lost in the second primary; CARD OF THANKS, Newberry Observer 10/29/1937, p4B

Bullock, White was the son of Mrs. W. W. Bullock and the brother of T. Earl Bullock who died May 12, 1937, Ms. Kate Bullock of Greenwood, Mrs. Hal Anderson of Newberry M. L. Bullock, Glenn Bullock and Ryan Bullock. He was the uncle of Earl Jr., Paul and Donald Bullock. Newberry Observer 5/14/1937, p2A

Bullock, William W. 68 years old died April 3, 1937 at Newberry County Hospital after two weeks of illness. Burial was in Rosemont Cemetery. Surviving was his wife (Nee Lillie Glenn) and children: W. G. Bullock of Marion, Ryan Bullock of Miami Florida, Ms. Kate Bullock of Greenwood, T. E. Bullock of Newberry, M. L. Bullock of Newberry, L. W. Bullock of Newberry and Mrs. R. H. Anderson of Newberry; brothers and sisters: M. L. Bullock of Tampa Florida, Thomas Bullock of Oklahoma, Mrs. W. H. Workman of Clinton, Mrs. Ella Johnson of Hartsville, and Mrs. Ally Hill of Laurens. Mr. Bullock was proprietor of the Newberry Hotel for number of years but for the past eight years had moved to a farm where he devoted all his time. Newberry Observer 4/6/1937, p1; mention of sympathy – poem, Newberry Observer 4/9/1937, p2-B

BUNDRICK FAMILY REUNION – took place August 14th and the beautiful Oak grove near the home of George W. Bundrick; names of all who attended given in the paper, details, Newberry Observer 8/20/1937, p8

Bundrick, Betty Letter to Santa - I would like to have a Shirley Temple doll that walks and some fruit. James wants a train and Tommie wants a truck. I am a little girl in the fourth grade. Newberry Observer 12/21/1937, p3

Bundrick, Dorothy Mae of the 1st grade Silverstreet School was on the HONOR ROLL, Newberry Observer 11/2/1937, p7

Bundrick, Ernest E. of Prosperity was the son of Thomas Charley Bundrick who died July 16, 1937 and the nephew of George W. Bundrick of Pomaria. He was the brother of Lee L. Bundrick of Columbia and W. Bundrick of Newberry. Newberry Observer 7/20/1937, p8

Bundrick, Ernest hosted a Junior class picnic of St. Luke's Church, details, Newberry Observer 7/2/1937, p4A

Bundrick, Estelle of 1417 Silas St. won a free ticket to the Newberry Opera House, Newberry Observer 5/11/1937, p7

Bundrick, George W. of Pomaria was the brother of Thomas Charley Bundrick who died July 16, 1937. He was the uncle of Lee L. Bundrick of Columbia, Ernest E. Bundrick of Prosperity and W. Bundrick of Newberry. Newberry Observer 7/20/1937, p8

Bundrick, Gladys of the 1st grade Jolly Street School was on the HONOR ROLL, Newberry Observer 3/19/1937, p5 and Newberry Observer 4/23/1937, p3B

Bundrick, Gladys of the 2nd grade Jolly Street School was on the HONOR ROLL, Newberry Observer 11/5/1937, p2 and Newberry Observer 12/10/1937, p4B

Bundrick, Jake Jr. of the 5th grade Stony Hill School was on the HONOR ROLL; he received a prize for highest average of the fifth grade, Newberry Observer 6/11/1937, p3

Bundrick, Jake of the New Hope-Zion section spent the weekend with his grandmother Mrs. Arie Crooks. Newberry Observer 1/1/1937, p4

Bundrick, James Mr. and Mrs. and daughter Martha of the New Hope-Zion section spent Christmas Day with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Eargle family in Newberry. They were visited by Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Adamson family of Newberry. Newberry Observer 1/1/1937, p4

Bundrick, John Alfred of the 8th grade Stony Hill School had perfect attendance for the year, Newberry Observer 6/11/1937, p3

Bundrick, Lamar of the 4th grade Jolly Street School was on the HONOR ROLL, Newberry Observer 11/5/1937, p2 and Newberry Observer 12/10/1937, p4B

Bundrick, Lavinia of the 6th grade Jolly Street School was on the HONOR ROLL, Newberry Observer 12/10/1937, p4B

Bundrick, Lee L. of Columbia was the son of Thomas Charley Bundrick who died July 16, 1937 and the nephew of George W. Bundrick of Pomaria. He was the brother of W. Bundrick of Newberry and Ernest E. Bundrick of Prosperity. Newberry Observer 7/20/1937, p8

Bundrick, Martha of the 5th grade Stony Hill School was on the HONOR ROLL, Newberry Observer 6/11/1937, p3; Bundrick, Martha of the 5th grade Stony Hill School had perfect attendance for the year, Newberry Observer 6/11/1937, p3

Bundrick, Mary Frances of the 2nd grade Jolly Street School was on the HONOR ROLL, Newberry Observer 11/5/1937, p2 and Newberry Observer 12/10/1937, p4B

Bundrick, Mary of the 7th grade Stony Hill School had perfect attendance for the year, Newberry Observer 6/11/1937, p3

Bundrick, Minnie Lane Mrs. was conducting an expression recital in the auditorium of Newberry College. It will be a feature attraction of the Summer School, details, Newberry Observer 7/20/1937, p8; her students reflected credit on their teacher; for the past six years she has taught in the Summer School. Newberry Observer 7/23/1937, p1; Mrs. Minnie Lane Bundrick, husband and two daughters moved from Newberry to Columbia where her husband works. Details, Newberry Observer 9/10/1937, p1

Bundrick, Nolan of Pomaria won a free ticket to the Newberry Opera House, Newberry Observer 10/22/1937, p5A

Bundrick, O. W. and family moved from Newberry to Columbia. Newberry Observer 9/3/1937, p1B

Bundrick, T. C. Mrs. of near Slighs SC was the son of Mrs. Lou C. Shealy who died November 25, 1937 and the brother of Enos R. Shealy, Irwin L. Shealy, Rufus B. Shealy, J. Virgil Shealy, Abner W. Shealy all of near Slighs SC and Mrs. Forrest O. Kempson of Columbia. Newberry Observer 11/30/1937, p3

Bundrick, Thomas Charley 78 years old died July 16, 1937 at his home in the lower part of the County. He had been in feeble health and inactive for a number of years but only seriously ill for a week. Burial was in the Cemetery of Mt. Tabor Lutheran Church. Surviving were his widow Mrs. Lillie Shealy Bundrick; children: W. Bundrick of Newberry, Lee L. Bundrick of Columbia, Ernest E. Bundrick of Prosperity and a brother George W. Bundrick of Pomaria. Newberry Observer 7/20/1937, p8

Bundrick, V. L. of 1417 Silas St. was the winner of a free ticket for the Newberry Opera House, Newberry Observer 8/27/1937, p7

Bundrick, W. of Newberry was the son of Thomas Charley Bundrick who died July 16, 1937 and the nephew of George W. Bundrick of Pomaria. He was the brother of Lee L. Bundrick of Columbia and Ernest E. Bundrick of Prosperity. Newberry Observer 7/20/1937, p8

Burgess, Gordon was awarded a gold baseball as leading pitcher of the Mollohon Seniors winning 9 games and losing 6, Newberry Observer 8/17/1937, p1

Burgess, J. H. worked for 13 years as overseer of the weaving room at the Mollohon plant of the Kendall Company. He resigned his position to accept a more responsible one at the Fountain Inn plant of the Woodside Cotton Mills of Greenville. He will leave August 15 and live at Fountain Inn. Newberry Observer 8/10/1937, p8

Burley, Mr. received a permit for repairs, Newberry Observer 10/5/1937, p1

Burn, Caroline Mrs. of Newberry was the sister of Mrs. Otto Klettner who died February 18, 1937 and W. J. Zobel of Charleston and Mrs. E. E. Milton of Newberry. She was the aunt of Silas Klettner of Charlotte NC, Otto Klettner of Columbia, August Klettner of Orlando Florida, Mrs. B. A. Dominick of Orlando Florida, Mrs. M. W. King of Newberry and Mrs. Randolph Patterson of Newberry. Newberry Observer 2/23/1937, p1

Burnett, John driver of an automobile was badly bruised in a car accident on the curve just beyond Newberry College; he was driving the car, details, Newberry Observer 2/2/1937, p1

Burnett, Otis Mrs. of Oakland was reported sick, Newberry Observer 5/21/1937, p3B

Burnett, Otis Mrs. of the Oakland section was taken to Newberry County Hospital where she had an appendectomy. Newberry Observer 7/23/1937, p6

Burns, Carolina Mrs. of Helena SC won a free ticket to the Newberry Opera House, Newberry Observer 10/12/1937, p7

Burns, Evelyn Ms. entertained 20 couples of the younger social set at a supper party at the Country Club, details, Newberry Observer 6/1/1937, p3

Burns, Evelyn Ms. hosted the Bridge Club meeting at her home on Boundary Street, details, Newberry Observer 1/22/1937, p8; Evelyn Burns of 706 Boundary St. won a free ticket to the Opera House, Newberry Observer 3/16/1937, p4; Ms. Evelyn Burns is working with Coxe-Chapman Lumber Co. of Newberry. Newberry Observer 3/19/1937, p1

Burns, Harry Mrs. of Atlanta was the daughter of Mrs. Cornelia A. Wicker who died April 15, 1937 and sister of Fred Wicker of Greenwood, Albert Wicker of Charlotte, Mrs. Grady Waldrop of Fort Myers Florida and J. T. Wicker of Newberry. Newberry Observer 4/16/1937, p1

Burns, L. C. Mrs. of Valdis NC was the daughter of Mrs. Mary Taylor, widow of W. Y. Taylor, who died April 13, 1937 and the sister of Mrs. W. O. Bobb of Columbia, Mrs. L. C. Burns of Valdis NC, M. S. Taylor of Prosperity, J. W. Taylor of Prosperity, A. F. Taylor of Prosperity, O. L. Taylor of Prosperity, J. Fred Taylor of Prosperity and G. Y. Taylor of Newberry. Newberry Observer 4/16/1937, p1

Burns, Marguerite Ms. entertained 20 couples of the younger social set at a supper party at the Country Club, details, Newberry Observer 6/1/1937, p3

Burnside, S. V. of 1128 Summer St. won a free ticket to the Newberry Opera House, Newberry Observer 5/14/1937, p5A

Burton, Billie of the 11th grade Prosperity School went on a sightseeing trip to Charleston chaperoned by Mrs. Annette Brooks of the faculty, Newberry Observer 4/6/1937, p7; he was a 1937 graduate of Prosperity High School, Newberry Observer 5/28/1937, p1A

Burton, Bonnie Ruth Letter to Santa - I would like to have a doll and a carriage, tricycle, a kitchen cabinet, a snowsuit, some fruit, candy and nuts. I am a little girl five years old and very good. Newberry Observer 12/21/1937, p3

Burton, Corine of 1414 Silas St. won a free ticket to Newberry Opera House, Newberry Observer 9/10/1937, p5

Burton, Ella Mrs. of Whitmire fell in her room at her home and broke her hip. She was taken to Newberry Hospital but has returned to her home. Newberry Observer 2/12/1937, p3; she was improving. Newberry Observer 5/7/1937, p1B; she was being cared for by her daughter Jeanette Hite and her nurse Ms. Coates of Chappells, Newberry Observer 6/4/1937, p5; Mrs. Ella Burton celebrated her 80th birthday on 5/23/1937 at her home near Whitmire. She has been confined to her bed for some time with a fractured hip but she is fond of her relatives and friends and enjoyed the celebration. A list of the friends and relatives who attended was given in the paper. Details, Newberry Observer 5/28/1937, p4B

Burton, Elvira Mrs. of Newberry was the sister of Lonnie M. Derrick who died March 31, 1937, J. D. Derrick of Columbia, Frank Derrick of Rockingham NC, Leonard Derrick of Hawaii, E. B. Derrick of Quantico VA, Charles Derrick of Pensacola FL, Lawrence Derrick of Shelby North Carolina, Mrs. Ola Dyson of Rockingham NC, Mrs. Nettie Lee Dozier of Rockingham NC, Mrs. John Evans of Rockingham NC, Mrs. A. L. Bertram of Columbia and Mrs. V. Jowers of Columbia. Newberry Observer 4/2/1937, p8

Burton, Helen Lois Ms. married D. John Bedenbaugh at the home of the bride's mother officiated by Rev. J. B. Harmon on August 14, 1937. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Elvia Burton of Newberry and the late Oscar Burton. She is a graduate of Newberry High School. The groom is the son of John D. Bedenbaugh of Newberry and works with the Mollohon plant of the Kendall Mills Mfg. Co. Newberry Observer 8/17/1937, p5

Burton, Helen Mrs. of Whitmire was admitted to Newberry County Hospital with a fractured hip sustained in a fall. She is the sister of the late Mrs. Corrie Greneker and an aunt of Mrs. R. G. Wallace. Newberry Observer 2/5/1937, p1

Burton, Henry received his second service star for another year in scouting, Newberry Observer 9/24/1937, p6A

Burton, Mary E. Mrs. of Whitmire will receive a Confederate War Pension from Newberry County starting July 1. Newberry Observer 7/2/1937, p1

Burton, Mary L. Ms. of Newberry who was critically ill at her home on Harrington Street was visited by her niece Mrs. Bryce Waters of Columbia, Newberry Observer 1/8/1937, p5; she complemented her niece Mrs. James A. Burton of New York with a garden party at her home on Harrington Street, details, Newberry Observer, 6/25/1937, p3B

Burton, Mary Miss hosted the Fortnightly Club meeting at her home on Harrington Street, details, Newberry Observer 10/15/1937, p8A

BUSH RIVER - a report on the meeting of the Home Demonstration Club on December 10, 1936 at the home of Mrs. Oscar Mayer, details, Newberry Observer 1/22/1937, p7; news of the area, Newberry Observer 2/12/1937, p7; a report on the meeting of the Home Demonstration Club at the home of Mrs. I. M. Smith, details, Newberry Observer 3/19/1937, p3; a report on the meeting of the Home Demonstration Club on March 10 at the home of Mrs. C. B. Johnson, details, Newberry Observer 4/6/1937, p3; a School cannery and workshop is being built by the Bush River High School. Plans include a one-story frame building with bus sheds to accommodate eight School buses and a completely equipped blacksmith shop and cannery for School use in teaching pupils. This project will be financed by WPA aid. Newberry Observer 5/4/1937, p1; closing exercises for the School will be May 21 with 8 contestants for the expression and declamation contest. Graduation for the seniors will be May 25. Names of the graduating class were given in the paper, Newberry Observer 5/14/1937, p2A; a summary of the meeting of the Bush River Home Demonstration Club at the home of Mrs. R. E. Livingston on April 14, 1937 with 21 members present, details, Newberry Observer 5/14/1937, p4B; a report on the meeting of the Bush River PTA, details, Newberry Observer 5/21/1937, p2A; a report on the May meeting of the Bush River 4-H club and Home Demonstration Club at the home of Mrs. H. T. Oxner, details, Newberry Observer 6/8/1937, p6; a report on the meeting of the Home Demonstration Club held June 9, 1937 with 17 members present, details, Newberry Observer 7/5/1937, p5

BUSH RIVER COMMUNITY - a new bridge over Bush River connecting Belfast Road to Bush River Road has finally been completed, open to the public with thanks from everyone. The old bridge had fallen into the river 10 years or more ago. Over the years many promises were made. Finally the bridge was built about three months ago but no roads on either side were opened so the bridge was not accessible. At present it is known as the ‘one-way road’. Details, Newberry Observer 9/24/1937, p1B; a report on the meeting of the Home Demonstration Club on December 7, 1937 at the home of Mrs. Oscar Mayer, details, Newberry Observer 12/14/1937, p8

Bush, A. F. Mrs. of 1414 College St. won a free ticket to the Opera House. Newberry Observer 2/16/1937, p4

Bush, A. F. was elected chairman of the Newberry Board of Health for 1938, Newberry Observer 12/24/1937, p1A

Bush, Sarah Mrs. of Aiken was the stepdaughter of T. E. Wicker who died March 6, 1937 and the niece of Mrs. H. O. Stone, Mrs. J. W. Robertson, Miss Mary Wicker and Mrs. Albert Schumpert all of Newberry. She was the sister of Prof. William Halfacre of North Carolina. Newberry Observer 3/9/1937, p1

Bushardt, C. E. of Newberry won a free ticket to the Opera House, Newberry Observer 1/15/1937, p4

Bushardt, Dorothy of 1518 Friend St. won a ticket to the Newberry Opera House, Newberry Observer 7/16/1937, p5A

BUSY BEE CAFÉ - just installed private booths for the accommodation of the customers. Newberry Observer 4/20/1937, p8

Butler, Cecil of 900 Glenn St. won a free ticket to the Newberry Opera House, Newberry Observer, 6/22/1937, p7

Butler, Lucretia of the 10th grade Silverstreet School was on the HONOR ROLL, Newberry Observer 2/19/1937, p7 and Newberry Observer 3/12/1937, p1 and Newberry Observer 4/6/1937, p3 and Newberry Observer 5/7/1937, p3A

Butler, Lucretia was on the 11th grade Silverstreet School Honor Roll, Newberry Observer 10/5/1937, p1

Butts, Arthur Mrs. of Atlanta GA was the sister of Miller F. Hardeman who died September 11, 1937 and H. H. Hardeman of Columbia, W. H. Hardeman of Shelby NC, Mrs. Annie Hudgens of Memphis TN, Mrs. J. I. Callahan of Greenville and Mrs. Lillie Rogers of Dalton GA. She was the aunt of Kathryn and Harold Hardeman. Newberry Observer 9/14/1937, p3

BUZHARDT FAMILY REUNION - on July 22, 1937 the three living children of Hamilton Buzhardt with their families gathered at Colony Church for a reunion. The names of all who attended were given in the paper. Newberry Observer 8/6/1937, p1

Buzhardt, Ben T. the son of the late Thomas and Emma Paysinger Buzhardt, a prominent businessman of Newberry had been sick since February with complications. He died June 3, 1937 at age 58 years. He was a graduate of Newberry College, 1900 class and for 32 years he was in the furniture business in Newberry. Surviving was his wife Mrs. Lola Swittenberg Buzhardt and one daughter Mrs. J. Donald Rook of Newberry. Also surviving were sisters and brothers: Mrs. W. W. Hornsby, Mrs. Eugene Werts, Mrs. J. J. Langford and W. L. Buzhardt all of Newberry. Burial was in Rosemont cemetery. Newberry Observer 6/4/1937, p1

Buzhardt, Ben T. was a patient at Columbia Hospital and is slightly improved. Newberry Observer 3/2/1937, p6; he was discharged from Columbia Hospital and is steadily improving. Newberry Observer 4/2/1937, p1

Buzhardt, Claude Mr. and Mrs. of Harrinsburgh TN visited his mother Mrs. Olin Buzhardt, Newberry Observer 7/27/1937, p8

Buzhardt, Harry of Newberry BSA Troop No. 2 was awarded a merit badge in bird study, Newberry Observer 2/2/1937, p2; he was selected to attend the jamboree in Washington DC, Newberry Observer 6/15/1937, p1

Buzhardt, Louise Ms. was a junior at Winthrop College. Newberry Observer 1/1/1937, p4

Buzhardt, Maggie E. Mrs. of Rte. 2, Newberry will receive a Confederate War Pension from Newberry County starting July 1. Newberry Observer 7/2/1937, p1

Buzhardt, Maggie Mrs. recently celebrated her 82nd birthday while on a visit to relatives in Sumter. Newberry Observer 9/24/1937, p6A

Buzhardt, Olin Mrs. of 708 Boundary St. won a free ticket to the Newberry Opera House, Newberry Observer 7/23/1937, p7

Buzhardt, W. L. of Newberry was the brother of Ben T. Buzhardt who died 6/3/1937, Mrs. Eugene Werts, Mrs. J. J. Langford and Mrs. W. W. Hornsby all of Newberry. He was the uncle of Mrs. J. Donald Rook of Newberry. Newberry Observer 6/4/1937, p1

BUZZARD ROOST LAKE (Lake Greenwood) LAKE GREENWOOD - the case of the Duke Power Co. Before the courts is a test of the constitutionality of the federal loan of funds to a community with which to build a competing utilities enterprise is so full of legal intricacies and technicalities that only the erudits in the law can get a mental grasp of the meaning of all of these matters. It is not at all sure that even those always succeed. The question remains is the government of the United States going into competition with private citizens and their private capital? Newberry Observer 1/5/1937, p4; Dan Duncan of the Buzzard Roost Project of Greenwood was in Newberry looking for places for the Buzzard Roost transformers. He stated that 4,000 of the 7000 acres that will make up the basin of the Lake have been purchased at $15 an acre. Newberry Observer 9/3/1937, p1

Byrd, Edward of Newberry won a free ticket to the Newberry Opera House, Newberry Observer 7/27/1937, p7

Byrd, Eugene of CCC-7 won a free ticket to the Newberry Opera House, Newberry Observer 5/4/1937, p7

Byrd, Everett of Camp 4472 SCS-7 won a free ticket to the Opera House, Newberry Observer 1/15/1937, p4

Byrd, R. D. Mrs. hosted the meeting of the Prosperity ARP and Cannon Creek ARP Church for a mission study class. Details, Newberry Observer 11/9/1937, p5A

Byrd, R. D. Rev and wife (nee Minnie Brown of Newberry) and children will move into the ARP Manse in Prosperity. Newberry Observer 5/4/1937, p4

Byrd, William C. Mrs. of McCormick was the granddaughter of David H. Glenn and Lucy Byrd Glenn of Laurens and daughter of Mrs. Eugenia Glenn Little who died August 15, 1937. She was the niece of R. B. Glenn, Downs A. Glenn, W. D. Glenn, Ms. Jenny Glenn all of Clinton. She was the sister of Mrs. James C. Dozier who is wife of the Adjutant Gen. of South Carolina, Miss Lucy Little, Mrs. T. R. Keisler of Columbia, Mrs. Mary L. Bailey of Laurens, D. Fred Little of Laurens and Jim Little of Laurens. Newberry Observer 8/17/1937, p1

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