1938 Observer
Newspaper abstracts by Edith Greisser
Newberry County, South Carolina Genealogy Trails

Hodges, B. S. Jr. Rev. of Union SC became president of the South Carolina Game and Fish Association, PHOTO, details, Newberry Observer 9/30/1938, p1

Hodges, Betty Mrs. of Orangeburg was the sister of Eaddy Preston Deas who died February 13, 1938 and the aunt of Mrs. Almon Dillars of Greenville, Mrs. Estelle Miller of Whitmire, Luther Deas of Whitmire, Ms. Armecis Deas of Whitmire and Virgil Deas of Columbia. Newberry Observer 2/15/1938, p1

Hodges, Frank COURT, highway robbery and larceny, pleaded guilty grand larceny, two years, Newberry Observer 3/25/1938, p1

Hodges, Lawrence COURT, highway robbery and larceny, pleaded guilty grand larceny, one year, Newberry Observer 3/25/1938, p1

Hodges, Shine COURT, highway robbery and larceny, pleaded guilty grand larceny, one year, Newberry Observer 3/25/1938, p1

Hogge, Colie was the stepson of Wells A. Puckett who died October 20, Newberry Observer 10/25/1938, p1

Hogge, Newt celebrated his 83rd birthday with a surprise birthday dinner given by his children, details, Newberry Observer 3/18/1938, p2; he had vegetables from his garden for dinner: string beans, potatoes, beets, squash and corn, Newberry Observer 6/3/1938, p7; Newt Hogge, ‘Uncle Newt’ (PHOTO) 86 years old was the first to join the Red Cross Roll Call in Newberry. He is a night watchman and most of the day he works on his farm so that he can do many things for other people. 4000 memberships are needed to relieve suffering humanity. Newberry Observer 11/4/1938, p1

Holiday, Essie 20 years old of Statham GA a runaway was picked up by Newberry police who called her parents in Georgia. She was returned to her home with her parents. Newberry Observer 7/15/1938, p1

Holland, F. F. of Silverstreet SC advertised for sale beardless barley and Fulghum oats, Newberry Observer 1/4/1938, p4; beardless barley at $1 a bushel; Fulghum oats at $.60 a bushel, Newberry Observer 1/7/1938, p7

Holland, F. L. Mr. and Mrs. of Whitmire spent Christmas with Dr. Francis Holland and family of Tallahassee Florida, Newberry Observer 1/7/1938, p5

Holland, F. L. retired from his job of 25 years with SAL RR and moved to Carlisle SC. Newberry Observer 11/29/1938, p3

Holland, Floyd was elected 1938 – 39 chaplain of the Silverstreet High School Literary Society, Newberry Observer 9/23/1938, p1

Holland, J. F. of the Future Farmers of America won second prize for his sow, one year old and not over 2, in the swine department of the Newberry County Fair, Newberry Observer 11/11/1938, p4

Holland, Sarah Frances Ms. of Tallahassee Florida was the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Holland of the Whitmire section, Newberry Observer 4/22/1938, p7

Holler, A. E. Mr. and Mrs. of Batesburg visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lominack of Newberry, Newberry Observer 2/25/1938, p8

Holler, Daisy Ms. daughter of Rev. and Mrs. A. E. Holler who teaches at Honea Path High School was a patient at Anderson Hospital. Newberry Observer 12/13/1938, p8

Holler, Mary O. Ms. of Newberry was now a Southern Methodist Missionary to China with her husband Dr. Edwin L. Rice. They are stationed at Soochow but were refugees at Shanghai where they were with 13,000 people in the camp. Newberry Observer 2/18/1938, p1

Holliday, Virginia Ms. will marry Harry Stone at Cleveland Ohio. Several people from Newberry were named in the paper as attending, Newberry Observer 10/4/1938, p6

Hollingsworth, Bobby of Chappells won first prize in the bread contest on May 7 1938 at the Court House during Achievement Day of Newberry County Club Girls, Newberry Observer 5/13/1938, p3

Holloway, W. E. Mrs. of Chappells co-hosted a meeting of the Merry Maker's Club, details, Newberry Observer 4/22/1938, p3

Hollowell, Mrs. of Norfolk VA was the daughter of Tom Jennings Duncan who died July 29, 1938 and the sister of Mrs. W. H. Brown, Mrs. Sonny Brown of Norfolk, J. L. Duncan of Union and Clarence C. Duncan of Newberry. Newberry Observer 8/5/1938, p8

Holm, Gus local rock quarrier and dealer in monument stone has shipped two carloads of monument stone to a firm in Dallas Texas during the past three months. Newberry Observer 7/19/1938, p1

Holmes, Butler Mrs. of Newberry was the daughter of Mrs. Mary P. Fant who died November 2, 1938 and the niece of Mrs. S. S. Metts of Baltimore. She was the sister of P. Metts Fant of Newberry, Eddie Fant of Greenville, Mrs. O. W. Holmes of Fayetteville NC and Mrs. Seth Meek of Newberry. Newberry Observer 11/25/1938, p5

Holmes, Maribel Ms. will marry Hubert Harold Kadel of Rome Georgia in late autumn. The bride is the only daughter of James Edgar Holmes of Moultrie Georgia. She was a 1937 graduate of Shorter College, Rome GA and the groom is the son of Paul Kadel Sr. of Atlanta Georgia and the late Dorothy Cole Kadel. His paternal grandparents came to America from Belgium and settled in Nashville Tennessee. He is the brother of Mrs. Ernest Arthur Brooks of Newberry and is a graduate of Oglethorpe University in Atlanta, a member of Pi Kappa Phi fraternity. Newberry Observer 9/20/1938, p6

Holmes, O. W. Mrs. of Fayetteville NC was the daughter of Mrs. Mary P. Fant who died November 2, 1938 and the niece of Mrs. S. S. Metts of Baltimore. She was the sister of Mrs. Butler Holmes of Newberry, Eddie Fant of Greenville, P. Metts Fant of Newberry and Mrs. Seth Meek of Newberry. Newberry Observer 11/25/1938, p5

Holmes, Olin of 4H Club was awarded second prize for his exhibit of 1 ear of yellow corn at the Newberry County Fair, Newberry Observer 11/8/1938, p1

Holmes, Owen of 4H Club was awarded fifth prize for his exhibit of 10 ears of yellow corn at the Newberry County Fair, Newberry Observer 11/8/1938, p1

Holstein, Sidney O. Jr. married Ms. Valera Bowers on May 1, 1938 at the home of the officiating minister J. B. Harman of 1318 Pearl St. in Newberry. The bride is the daughter of A. O. Bowers of Saluda County near Batesburg, a graduate of Batesburg Leesville High School and Thorson Beauty Culture School in Columbia. She works for the Loris Beauty Shop in Batesburg. The groom is the son of Sidney O. Holstein of Saluda County near Monetta. He is a graduate of Ridge Spring High School and took a commercial course in Batesburg Leesville High School. He farms with his father. Newberry Observer 5/3/1938, p4

Holt, A. J. spent $61.50 on his campaign as a candidate for Magistrate of District 1, Newberry Observer 9/2/1938, p1

Hoover, Edwin Boyd 68-year-old died at Tumoy Hospital in Sumter on January 28, 1938 after several years of declining health. Burial was in the family plot at Marion Virginia. He was originally from Philadelphia PA and lived with his daughter in Newberry for a year. Surviving was his wife the former Ms. Nora Schoffield of DuBois PA and daughters Mrs. D. L. Baker of Newberry and Mrs. J. R. Baker of Augusta Georgia. Newberry Observer 2/1/1938, p6

Hord, J. J. of Kings Mtn. NC was buried on March 5, 1938. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Jenkins and daughter Jane and Fred Jenkins of the Mollohon community attended the funeral, Newberry Observer 3/11/1938, p6

Horne, E. P. of Charlotte NC was the new manager of the Newberry Hotel succeeding Ansel Clarkson, Newberry Observer 10/4/1938, p1

Hornsby, Nancy was a 1938 graduate of Newberry High School, Newberry Observer 5/24/1938, p1; she was slightly bruised on May 28, 1938 when the car in which she was riding met with an accident on Country Club Road. The occupants of the other car were also considerably shaken from the accident. Both cars received considerable damage. Newberry Observer 5/31/1938, p1

Horton, Betty Kinard of Union will marry Edward Durrant McCrackin of Newberry in the later part of December. Newberry Observer 11/22/1938, p6; she will marry Edward McCrackin in December 1938. She was guest of honor at a party at the home of Mrs. W. H. on Calhoun Street. Details, Newberry Observer 12/13/1938, p8; she was guest of honor at a Bridge Party and Linen Shower, Newberry Observer 12/16/1938, p3; was guest at a Bridge Party at the home of Mrs. R. G. Wallace on Caldwell Street, Newberry Observer 12/20/1938, p8; lengthy report on the wedding, Newberry Observer 12/30/1938, p6

Horton, Cliff Mrs. of Whitmire was the daughter of Mrs. Sally Baker Campbell who died December 15, 1938 and the niece of Joe Baker, Kay Baker, Malcolm Baker all of Newberry and W. T. Baker of Whitmire, Mrs. Emma Johnson of Kinards and Mrs. Mollie Oxner of Newberry. She was the sister of J. W. Campbell of Columbia, Mrs. Mattie Bradley of Whitmire, Mrs. C. D. Dickert of Whitmire, Mrs. M. E. Slayton of Whitmire, Mrs. W. T. Dickert of Whitmire, Mrs. H. H. Dennis of Columbia and Mrs. A. G. Bailey of Whitmire. Newberry Observer 12/20/1938, p1

Horton, E. M. was elected 1938 secretary of Roseboro Masonic Lodge No. 195, AFM of Whitmire, Newberry Observer 2/4/1938, p1

Horton, Ernest M. Mrs. of Whitmire entertained the Idle Women Club, Newberry Observer 2/15/1938, p2; she will soon move to Greenville to make her home. A party was given in her honor with many lovely gifts, details, Newberry Observer 8/16/1938, p7

Houge, E. M. was a 1938 graduate of Newberry High School, Newberry Observer 5/24/1938, p1

Houseal, Robert of Newberry BSA Troop 2 received a merit badge for pioneering at the Court of Honor, Newberry Observer 3/1/1938, p1; he was 1938 – 39 Treas. of the BETA CLUB of Newberry High School, Newberry Observer 9/20/1938, p1

Houseal, W. G. Mrs. had an appendectomy in Columbia Hospital this weekend. Newberry Observer 5/31/1938, p3

Houseal, W. Gustave – a poem, Newberry Observer 3/1/1938, p6

Houseal, W. P. accepted the Confederate Cross of Honor as the oldest son of William Walter Houseal at Confederate Day ceremonies in Columbia, lengthy details, Newberry Observer 5/13/1938, p1; he was conferred the title of Col. by Gen. D. N. Yarborough, state commander of the Confederate Veterans of South Carolina, details, Newberry Observer 8/9/1938, p1

Houseal, W. P. Mrs. celebrated her 80th birthday one February 21, 1938. She is the great granddaughter of Timothy Rives one of the founders of the City of Columbia. She has crocheted seven quilts in the last two years, giving them to her four children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Newberry Observer 2/22/1938, p1

HOUSEAL-FEAGLE REUNION - 13th annual reunion will take place at the High School auditorium at Little Mountain on July 13, 1938.. At that time the hundredth birthday of Aunt Kate will be celebrated. Newberry Observer 7/8/1938, p2; a lengthy description of the reunion and the names of those who attended, Newberry Observer 7/19/1938, p1, 4

Housman, Maud Mrs. of Clifton Forge VA was the daughter of J. William Folk who died February 3, 1938 and his wife Beulah Smith Folk. She was the sister of Mrs. Leyla Simmons of Columbia, Mrs. Minnie Miley of Hampton, Mrs. Beulah Bradley of Clifton Forge Virginia, Mrs. Ethel Long of Newberry, Ms. Blanche Folk of Newberry, Mrs. Edythe Green of Columbia, Mrs. Helen Smith of Columbia, Mrs. Juanita Albritton of Greenville, Mrs. Ida Evans of Greenville, William J. Folk Jr. of Jacksonville Florida, Earle P. Folk of Greenville and Levi Folk of New York City. Newberry Observer 2/8/1938, p2

Hove, Bottolf 63-year-old of Poplar Township, Staple MN died at Staples Hospital on February 28, 1938 of peritonitis as a result of stomach ulcers. He is the father of Joseph Hove of Newberry. He was born December 22, 1874 in Sogn Norway and lived in Norway until 1881 when his parents immigrated to Goodhue County MN. Until 1913 and then moved to St. Croix County, Wisconsin. In 1920 the family moved to Cass County MN. He was survived by his widow and nine children: Johanna King of Stanton MS, Ole Hove of Staples MN, Hans Hove of Leader MN, Christine Benson of Aberdeen SD, Martin Hove of Staples MN, Ingeborg Hove of Leader MN, Joseph Hove of Newberry SC, Ruby Deline of Leader MN, Olaf Hove of Staples MN; also a sister Mrs. Even Estrem of Dennison MN and a brother Jens Hove of Cannon Falls MN. Newberry Observer 3/22/1938, p8

Hove, Hans of Leader MN was the son of Bottolf Hove who died February 28, 1938 and the nephew of Mrs. Even Estrem of Dennison MN and Jens Hove of Cannon Falls MN. He was the brother of Ole Hove of Staples MN, Johanna King of Stanton MS, Christine Benson of Aberdeen SD, Martin Hove of Staples MN, Ingeborg Hove of Leader MN, Joseph Hove of Newberry SC, Ruby Deline of Leader MN, Olaf Hove of Staples MN. Newberry Observer 3/22/1938, p8

Hove, Ingeborg of Leader MN was the son of Bottolf Hove who died February 28, 1938 and the nephew of Mrs. Even Estrem of Dennison MN and Jens Hove of Cannon Falls MN. He was the brother of Ole Hove of Staples MN, Hans Hove of Leader MN, Christine Benson of Aberdeen SD, Martin Hove of Staples MN, Johanna King of Stanton MS, Joseph Hove of Newberry SC, Ruby Deline of Leader MN, Olaf Hove of Staples MN. Newberry Observer 3/22/1938, p8

Hove, J. M. was elected 1939 member of the Board of Stewards for Central Methodist Church, Newberry Observer 11/18/1938, p1

Hove, Jens of Cannon Falls MN was the brother of Bottolf Hove who died February 28, 1938 and Mrs. Even Estrem of Dennison MN. He was the uncle of Olaf Hove and Ole Hove of Staples MN, Hans Hove of Leader MN, Christine Benson of Aberdeen SD, Martin Hove of Staples MN, Ingeborg Hove of Leader MN, Johanna King of Stanton MS, Ruby Deline of Leader MN, Joseph Hove of Newberry SC. Newberry Observer 3/22/1938, p8

Hove, Joseph of Newberry SC was the son of Bottolf Hove who died February 28, 1938 and the nephew of Mrs. Even Estrem of Dennison MN and Jens Hove of Cannon Falls MN. He was the brother of Ole Hove of Staples MN, Hans Hove of Leader MN, Christine Benson of Aberdeen SD, Martin Hove of Staples MN, Ingeborg Hove of Leader MN, Johanna King of Stanton MS, Ruby Deline of Leader MN, Olaf Hove of Staples MN. Newberry Observer 3/22/1938, p8

Hove, Martin of Staples MN was the son of Bottolf Hove who died February 28, 1938 and the nephew of Mrs. Even Estrem of Dennison MN and Jens Hove of Cannon Falls MN. He was the brother of Ole Hove of Staples MN, Hans Hove of Leader MN, Christine Benson of Aberdeen SD, Johanna King of Stanton MS, Ingeborg Hove of Leader MN, Joseph Hove of Newberry SC, Ruby Deline of Leader MN, Olaf Hove of Staples MN. Newberry Observer 3/22/1938, p8

Hove, Olaf of Staples MN was the son of Bottolf Hove who died February 28, 1938 and the nephew of Mrs. Even Estrem of Dennison MN and Jens Hove of Cannon Falls MN. He was the brother of Ole Hove of Staples MN, Hans Hove of Leader MN, Christine Benson of Aberdeen SD, Martin Hove of Staples MN, Ingeborg Hove of Leader MN, Johanna King of Stanton MS, Ruby Deline of Leader MN, Joseph Hove of Newberry SC. Newberry Observer 3/22/1938, p8

Hove, Ole of Staples MN was the son of Bottolf Hove who died February 28, 1938 and the nephew of Mrs. Even Estrem of Dennison MN and Jens Hove of Cannon Falls MN. He was the brother of Johanna King of Stanton MS, Hans Hove of Leader MN, Christine Benson of Aberdeen SD, Martin Hove of Staples MN, Ingeborg Hove of Leader MN, Joseph Hove of Newberry SC, Ruby Deline of Leader MN, Olaf Hove of Staples MN. Newberry Observer 3/22/1938, p8

Howard, E. A. was at Fort Moultrie as a National Guardsman, Newberry Observer 7/22/1938, p2

Howard, Fred was at Fort Moultrie as a National Guardsman, Newberry Observer 7/22/1938, p2

Howe, E. C. died in Minden Louisiana. He was the father of Mrs. Dr. W. Caroll Summer of Newberry, Newberry Observer 11/22/1938, p1

Howe, Janie Mrs. of Anniston Alabama was the sister of Mrs. Minnie McLaurin Hunter who died August 2, 1938 and Jim McLaurin of Chester. Newberry Observer 8/5/1938, p5

Howell, Nancy Jane Ms. 73-year-old wife of M. W. Oxner died at the home in Kinards on March 28, 1938 following a critical illness of several days with burial in the Cemetery of Kinard Methodist Church. Born in Greenville she was the daughter of James H. And Mary Gilreath Howell. She was married 49 years ago. Surviving were children: Judge G. Dewey Oxner who is Judge of the 13th circuit in Greenville, J. Carlisle Oxner of Columbia, L. G. Oxner, Van C. Oxner, M. W. Oxner Jr. all of Kinards and Mrs. Power W. Bethea of Greenville. Also surviving was a sister Mrs. W. J. Bramlett of Asheville NC. Newberry Observer 3/29/1938, p1

Huckabee, J. B. of Decatur Georgia was the son of Frank M Schumpert of Newberry and brother of Mrs. Lena Huckabee Schumpert who died February 26, 1938  and J. M. Huckabee Jr. of Decatur Georgia and Mrs. J. A. Harper of Lowndesville. He was the uncle of J. Marion Schumpert of McCormick, Welbourne M. Schumpert who is a teacher in the Goldville High School, Ms. Sarah Schumpert who is a teacher in Trenton School, Ms. Frances Schumpert and Ms. Kathryn Schumpert both of McCormick. Newberry Observer 3/1/1938, p8

Huckabee, J. M. Jr. of Decatur Georgia was the son of Frank M Schumpert of Newberry and brother of Mrs. Lena Huckabee Schumpert who died February 26, 1938  and J. B. Huckabee of Decatur Georgia and Mrs. J. A. Harper of Lowndesville. He was the uncle of J. Marion Schumpert of McCormick, Welbourne M. Schumpert who is a teacher in the Goldville High School, Ms. Sarah Schumpert who is a teacher in Trenton School, Ms. Frances Schumpert and Ms. Kathryn Schumpert both of McCormick. Newberry Observer 3/1/1938, p8

Huckabee, Lena Ms. wife of H. M. Schumpert who is superintendent of the McCormick Water & Light Company, died at her home in McCormick on February 26, 1938 following an illness of several months. She was born in Lowndesville SC August 5, 1889, daughter of J. M. Huckabee and Mrs. Cora Hawthorne Huckabee and in April 18, 1909 she married Mr. Schumpert of Newberry. They have lived in McCormick for 12 years. Besides her husband she was survived by her mother of Decatur Georgia; children: J. Marion Schumpert of McCormick, Welbourne M. Schumpert who is a teacher in the Goldville High School, Ms. Sarah Schumpert who is a teacher in Trenton School, Ms. Frances Schumpert and Ms. Kathryn Schumpert both of McCormick; brothers and sister: J. B. Huckabee of Decatur Georgia, J. M. Huckabee Jr. of Decatur Georgia and Mrs. J. A. Harper of Lowndesville. Burial was in the Cemetery at Lowndesville. Her husband was the son of Frank M. Schumpert of Newberry. Newberry Observer 3/1/1938, p8

Hudgins, Karl of the Oakland Mill community had the misfortune to lose a thumb and get the front forefinger broken recently. Newberry Observer 4/29/1938, p3

Hudson, R. D. formerly of Alabama will be the local manager of the new Goodyear store which is opening on Main Street next to Lominick’s Drug Store. Newberry Observer 3/22/1938, p1

Huff, Atticus Glenn Jr. of Simpsonville SC and Sylvia NC will marry Daphne Leona Nance in May. For some time the bride elect had lived in Whitmire. Newberry Observer 5/13/1938, p8

Huff, Atticus Glenn married Ms. Dalphine Leona Nance on May 29, 1938 officiated by Rev. E. G. Ross and assisted by Rev. J. R. McKittrick. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene S. Nance of Rock Hill, a graduate of Newberry College and a member of the Simpsonville School faculty for the past two years. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Huff Sr. of Simpsonville SC and a graduate of Clemson College. The couple will reside in Sylvia NC. Newberry Observer 6/3/1938, p8

Huffman, Bob son of Mrs. John L. Huffman celebrated his fifth birthday with a party, details, Newberry Observer 2/22/1938, p8

Huffstetler Ellis was given a silver baseball in the junior league baseball team at the awards dinner for most stolen bases, Newberry Observer 9/6/1938, p1

Huffstetler, Charlie Mrs. of Newberry was the daughter of Mrs. Jane Catherine Amick who died April 4, 1938 and the sister of S. L. Amick of Newberry, J. A. Amick of Newberry, G. A. Amick of Prosperity, M. L. Amick of Prosperity, R. E. Amick of Prosperity, F. O. Amick of Prosperity and S. F. Amick of Prosperity and J. S. Amick of Winston-Salem NC. Newberry Observer 4/8/1938, p2

Huffstetler, Edith a member of the eighth grade economics class of Newberry High School displayed on April 26 - 27 at Carpenter’s Clothing Store the pajamas she made, Newberry Observer 4/26/1938, p1

Huffstetler, Elizabeth Ann Ms. had married James Luther Amick who died April 8, 1938. Their surviving children were: Mrs. Bessie Madison of Ware Shoals, Horace Amick of Ware Shoals, Mrs. Almon Ruth Reaves of Ware Shoals, Ms. Zilla Amick of Ware Shoals, Mrs. Eunice Farr of Little Mountain, Ms. Rose Amick of Prosperity and Mayhem Amick of Prosperity, Newberry Observer 4/15/1938, p3

Huffstetler, Gertie Irene Ms. of Chapin married Wilbur Floyd Lake of Little Mountain at the parsonage of St. Peter's Pineywoods Lutheran Church on June 25, 1938 officiated by Rev. J. S. Wessinger. The bride is the oldest daughter of H. L. Huffstetler of Chapin and the groom is a businessman of Newberry County, oldest son of Mrs. Frank Lake of Little Mountain. The couple will live with Mr. Lake’s mother. Newberry Observer 7/1/1938, p2

Huffstetler, M. L. won first, second, third, fourth prizes for his Rhode Island Red Cocks; first, second, third, fourth, prizes for his Rhode Island Red Hens; first, second, third, fourth prizes for his Rhode Island Red Cockerels; first, second, third, fourth prizes for his Rhode Island Red Pullets; first, second, third, fourth prizes for his Rhode Island Red Pens of Young; first, second, third prizes for his Rhode Island Red Pens of Old; was awarded ribbons for Best Cock In Show, Best Hen in Show, Best Cockerel in Show, Best Pullet, Best Pen, First in Display in the poultry department of the Newberry County Fair, Newberry Observer 11/8/1938, p1

Huffstetler, V. L. Mrs. entertained the Bingo Club at her home, details, Newberry Observer 11/11/1938, p8

Huggins, Herman H. Mrs. of Pomaria was the grand daughter of Rev. Daniel Efird and Henrietta Dreher Efird and the daughter of Mrs. Alice Efird Summer who died May 7, 1938. She was the niece of Col. C. M. Efird of Lexington. She was the mother of Herman Huggins and John Huggins. She was the sister of Y’von A. Riser, Mrs. Virgil B. Sease of New Brunswick NJ and W. Carl Summer of Columbia. She was the aunt of John W. Sease and Rupert S. Riser and great aunt of Alice Riser. Newberry Observer 5/10/1938, p1

Huggins, Herman was the great grandson of Rev. Daniel Efird and Henrietta Dreher Efird and grandson of Mrs. Alice Efird Summer who died May 7, 1938. He was the son of Mrs. Herman H. Huggins of Pomaria and the nephew of Yvon A. Riser of Pomaria, Mrs. Virgil B. Sease of New Brunswick New Jersey and W. Carl Summer of Columbia. He was the brother of John Huggins and the cousin of Rupert S. Riser. He was the second cousin of Alice Riser. Newberry Observer 5/10/1938, p1

Huggins, John was the great grandson of Rev. Daniel Efird and Henrietta Dreher Efird and grandson of Mrs. Alice Efird Summer who died May 7, 1938. He was the son of Mrs. Herman H. Huggins of Pomaria and the nephew of Yvon A. Riser of Pomaria, Mrs. Virgil B. Sease of New Brunswick New Jersey and W. Carl Summer of Columbia. He was the brother of Herman Huggins and the cousin of Rupert S. Riser. He was the second cousin of Alice Riser. Newberry Observer 5/10/1938, p1

Hughes, J. J. Mr. and Mrs. of Newberry announced the birth of a daughter Joyce Ann Hughes on January 24, 1938. Newberry Observer 2/1/1938, p2

Hughes, T. B. Mrs. of St. Petersburg Florida was visiting her sister Mrs. E. J. Bouknight of Newberry, Newberry Observer 5/27/1938, p8

Hughey, M. M. was the brother of Mrs. Hattie Hughey Hallman who died April 21, and Mrs. C. E. Hutchinson of Newberry, T. H. Hughey, W. H. Hughey and Mrs. G. N. Austin of Greenville. He was the uncle of Billy Hallman of Atlanta Georgia, Francis Hallman of Atlanta GA and Billy Hallman of Atlanta GA. Newberry Observer 4/26/1938, p8

Hughey, T. H. was the brother of Mrs. Hattie Hughey Hallman who died April 21, and Mrs. C. E. Hutchinson of Newberry, Mrs. G. N. Austin of Greenville, W. H. Hughey and M. M. Hughey. He was the uncle of Billy Hallman of Atlanta Georgia, Francis Hallman of Atlanta GA and Billy Hallman of Atlanta GA. Newberry Observer 4/26/1938, p8

Hughey, W. H. was the brother of Mrs. Hattie Hughey Hallman who died April 21, and Mrs. C. E. Hutchinson of Newberry, T. H. Hughey, Mrs. G. N. Austin of Greenville and M. M. Hughey. He was the uncle of Billy Hallman of Atlanta Georgia, Francis Hallman of Atlanta GA and Billy Hallman of Atlanta GA. Newberry Observer 4/26/1938, p8

Huiett, Wilbur Mrs. of Washington DC was the grandson of Simon Miller and Elizabeth Stockman Miller and the son of Mrs. Nora Kathryn Wise who died January 26, 1938. He was the nephew of John Miller of Newberry and Mrs. Allen Eargle of Little Mountain. He was the brother of J. Harold Wise of Little Mountain, Frank C. Wise of Atlanta Georgia, C. H. Wise of Hickory NC and Burke M. Wise of Little Mountain. Newberry Observer 1/28/1938, p8

Hulon, Nettie Ms. was the second wife of James M. Sanders who died July 4, 1938. She survived him. There were no surviving children. Newberry Observer 7/8/1938, p5

Humphries, Catherine Ms. worked at the Baptist Hospital in Columbia. Newberry Observer 1/7/1938, p8

Humphries, Christine Virginia Ms. daughter of T. S. Humphries of Cline Street in Newberry was among the 80 nurses in the state who successfully pass the state board examinations for nursing, Newberry Observer 7/15/1938, p1

Humphries, Katherine Ms. passed her state board examinations, Newberry Observer 12/23/1938, p8

Humphries, Lillian Ms. taught School at Union County, Newberry Observer 1/7/1938, p8

Huneycutt, C. L. spent $29 on his campaign as a candidate for Magistrate of District 1, Newberry Observer 9/2/1938, p1

Hunnicutt, Clarence COURT; breaking into an automobile vehicle with intent to steal, pleaded guilty, five months or $250 fine; upon payment of $25 the balance of the sentence to be suspended. Newberry Observer 10/18/1938, p1

Hunt, D. C. Mr. and Mrs. announced the birth of a boy at Newberry County Hospital on May 7, 1938. Newberry Observer 5/13/1938, p5

Hunt, Marguerite Ms. married Thomas Waters Long on February 20, 1938 in Smith Memorial Chapel of the First Presbyterian Church of Columbia officiated by Rev. P. D. Brown DD. Lengthy details, Newberry Observer 3/1/1938, p8

Hunt, W. H. Mrs. represented Newberry at the DAR regional meeting in Greenville on January 26, 1938, Newberry Observer 1/28/1938, p8; she was elected 1938-1939 CHAPLAIN of the Jasper Chapter DAR, Newberry Observer 5/17/1938, p1

Hunt, Walter Mrs. hosted the Fortnightly Club, details, Newberry Observer 11/11/1938, p8

Hunter, A. C. Mrs. of Newberry was the half sister of Mrs. Mattie Elizabeth Boozer Hipp who died March 24, 1938, Mrs. W. B. Garrett of Fountain Inn and Mrs. J. L. Hipp of Newberry and sister of C. C. Boozer of Newberry and J. W. Boozer. She was the aunt of R. L. Hipp of Saluda County, W. A. Hipp of Saluda County, J. W. Hipp of Richbourg, R. W. Hipp of Newberry, G. M. Hipp of Newberry, N. M. Hipp of Newberry, A. G. Hipp of Winnsboro, Mrs. J. L. Koon of Newberry, Mrs. J. L. Mills of Newberry and R. L. Hipp of Saluda County. Newberry Observer 3/29/1938, p6

Hunter, Abby Mrs. of the St. Luke's community had an 87th birthday party given by Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Boozer. Newberry Observer 2/15/1938, p6; Mrs. Abby Hunter, 87-year-old widow of N. B. Hunter, died June 3, 1938 at her home near Prosperity. Surviving were her children: J. T. Hunter of Prosperity and R. B. Hunter of Prosperity. Burial was in the Cemetery of St. Luke's Lutheran Church. Newberry Observer 6/7/1938, p3

Hunter, Allen C. of Prosperity celebrated his 52nd birthday on September 3, 1938 with a family barbecue. His 10 children son-in-law and daughter-in-law and others were named in the paper as attending, details, Newberry Observer 9/9/1938, p1

Hunter, Allen Mrs. of Prosperity was the half sister of Mrs. Mamie Boozer Hipp who died October 25, 1938 and Mrs. W. B. Garrett of Fountain Inn and the sister of Mrs. Allen Hunter of Prosperity, C. C. Boozer and John Boozer of Prosperity. She was the aunt of J. O. Hipp, J. C. Hipp, C. C. Hipp, R. H. Hipp, R. W. Hipp, R. C. Hipp, Mrs. A. P. Coleman, Mrs. Alvin Bledsoe, Miss Bessie Hipp and J. F. Hipp all of Newberry. Newberry Observer 10/28/1938, p4

Hunter, Allen of the Stony Hill community attended the annual stockholder meeting of the Clinton Production Credit Association, Newberry Observer 1/7/1938, p2; he had perfect attendance for the School year, Newberry Observer 5/27/1938, p4B; he was a member of the Future Farmers of America and won first prize for his specimen of six stalks of sugarcane at the Newberry County Fair, Newberry Observer 11/8/1938, p4; won first prize for his specimen of cane in the general farm crops department of the Newberry County Fair, Newberry Observer 11/8/1938, p4

Hunter, Annie Ms. of Prosperity was daughter of W. Thaddeus Hunter and the late Corrie Hawkins Hunter and the sister of Willie E. Hunter who was killed in an automobile accident on June 26, 1938. She was the aunt of Ms. Juanita Hunter and the sister of Mrs. James Lee Counts of Prosperity, Mrs. J. I. Leavell of Concord NC and brothers Raymond Hunter of Prosperity and Horace Hunter of Albany Georgia. Newberry Observer 6/28/1938, p2

Hunter, Belle Ms. daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Hunter, died at her home in the St. Luke's community on May 16, 1938. Burial was in Prosperity Cemetery. Surviving was a sister Mrs. A. Hayne Hawkins and brothers J. W. Hunter and N. E. Hunter. Newberry Observer 5/20/1938, p2

Hunter, Elise Juanita Ms. will marry Luther Herbert Long at an early date. Newberry Observer 8/16/1938, p5; a bridal shower given by Carolyn and Lola Mae Long, Newberry Observer 8/26/1938, p7 and p8; a summary of the wedding, Newberry Observer 8/26/1938, p8

Hunter, George F. Mrs. of Newberry was the sister of D. Sheldon of Westminster SC, Mrs. J. W. Kibler and Mrs. Margaret Fellers both of Newberry. Newberry Observer 1/7/1938, p8

Hunter, Horace Mr. and Mrs. of Albany Georgia announced the birth of a daughter Martha Jean Hunter on February 6, 1938 which is the birthday of her father and her uncle Willie E. Hunter. W. T. Hunter of Prosperity is the grandfather, Newberry Observer 2/15/1938, p6

Hunter, Horace of Albany Georgia was son of W. Thaddeus Hunter and the late Corrie Hawkins Hunter and the brother of Willie E. Hunter who was killed in an automobile accident on June 26, 1938. He was the uncle of Ms. Juanita Hunter and the brother of Mrs. James Lee Counts of Prosperity, Mrs. J. I. Leavell of Concord NC and brothers Raymond Hunter of Prosperity and Horace Hunter of Albany Georgia. Newberry Observer 6/28/1938, p2

Hunter, J. T. of Prosperity was the son of Mrs. Abbie Hunter who died June 3, 1938 and the brother of R. B. Hunter of Prosperity. Newberry Observer 6/7/1938, p3

Hunter, J. W. was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Hunter and the brother of Ms. Belle Hunter who died May 16, 1938, Mrs. A. Hayne Hawkins and N. D. Hunter. Newberry Observer 5/20/1938, p2

Hunter, Joe W. Mr. and Mrs. will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on December 27, 1938. There will be an informal reception at their home. No presents are expected. Mrs. Hunter is the former Ms. Loula McCloud of Lexington. Newberry Observer 12/23/1938, p1B

Hunter, John P. 83 years old died December 19, 1938 at a Union Hospital. He was the ex-sheriff of Lancaster County and served as a law officer for 52 years. He never wounded or killed a prisoner nor was wounded by a prisoner. No prisoner was ever taken and lynched. Burial was in West Side Cemetery in Lancaster. Surviving were grand daughter Mrs. D. M. Rickenbaker of Union, and great-granddaughters Mary Locket Rickenbaker and Jean Rickenbaker. His only child Mrs. Glenmore Barron died several years ago. Newberry Observer 12/23/1938, p1

Hunter, Juanita Ms. was in an automobile accident on June 26, 1938. Her injuries were minor. She was the granddaughter of W. Thaddeus Hunter and the late Corrie Hawkins Hunter and the niece of Willie E. Hunter who was killed in an automobile accident on June 26, 1938, Mrs. James Lee Counts of Prosperity, Mrs. J. I. Leavell of Concord NC and brothers Raymond Hunter of Prosperity and Horace Hunter of Albany Georgia. Newberry Observer 6/28/1938, p2

Hunter, Mabel Claire of the 11th grade Stoney Hill School was on the HONOR ROLL, Newberry Observer 12/6/1938, p6

Hunter, Minnie McLaurin Mrs. 65-year-old widow of Jim B. Hunter died August 2, 1938 at the home of her sister Mrs. Janie Howe in Anniston Alabama with burial in Rosemont Cemetery and Newberry. She was survived by one brother Jim McLaurin of Chester and Mrs. Howe of Anniston Alabama. Newberry Observer 8/5/1938, p5

Hunter, N. E. was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Hunter and the brother of Ms. Belle Hunter who died May 16, 1938, Mrs. A. Hayne Hawkins and J. W. Hunter. Newberry Observer 5/20/1938, p2

Hunter, R. B. of Prosperity was the son of Mrs. Abbie Hunter who died June 3, 1938 and the brother of J. T. Hunter of Prosperity. Newberry Observer 6/7/1938, p3

Hunter, R. C. of the Stony Hill community attended the annual stockholder meeting of the Clinton Production Credit Association, Newberry Observer 1/7/1938, p2

Hunter, Raymond of Prosperity was son of W. Thaddeus Hunter and the late Corrie Hawkins Hunter and the brother of Willie E. Hunter who was killed in an automobile accident on June 26, 1938. He was the uncle of Ms. Juanita Hunter and the brother of Mrs. James Lee Counts of Prosperity, Mrs. J. I. Leavell of Concord NC and brothers Raymond Hunter of Prosperity and Horace Hunter of Albany Georgia. Newberry Observer 6/28/1938, p2

Hunter, Rebecca of Stony Hill School had perfect attendance for the School year, Newberry Observer 5/27/1938, p4B

Hunter, Robert son of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Hunter of the Stony Hill community was working in New Jersey. Newberry Observer 1/7/1938, p2

Hunter, Samuel Young of Prosperity married Alice Eloise Derrick of Leesville at St. Luke's Lutheran Parsonage on September 15, 1938 officiated by Rev. J. Virgil Long. The bride is the daughter of Joe Derrick of Leesville and the groom is the son of Elbert Hunter of the St. Luke's community. Newberry Observer 10/28/1938, p6

Hunter, Suzette of the seventh grade at Stony Hill School was on the HONOR ROLL, Newberry Observer 1/7/1938, p8 and Newberry Observer 2/11/1938, p6 and Newberry Observer 3/8/1938, p1 and Newberry Observer 4/8/1938, p3

Hunter, T. W. local attorney was made Commissioner of the Western District of South Carolina, Newberry Observer 7/8/1938, p1

Hunter, Thompson of the Stony Hill community attended the annual stockholder meeting of the Clinton Production Credit Association, Newberry Observer 1/7/1938, p2

Hunter, Virgil of the 2nd grade Stony Hill School was on the HONOR ROLL, Newberry Observer 11/8/1938, p3

Hunter, William Mrs. was elected 1938 – 39 year Treas. of the pre-School group for the MOTHERS’ CLUB of Newberry, Newberry Observer 6/24/1938, p7; she hosted the meeting of the Bridge Club at the Fiesta Tea Room, details, Newberry Observer 11/11/1938, p8

Hunter, Willie E. 43-year-old world war veteran, son of W. Thaddeus Hunter and the late Corrie Hawkins Hunter, was killed in an automobile accident near Chester on June 26, 1938. He was a correspondent for the Newberry Observer and wrote a column “Sizing Up The Situation”. He and his niece Ms. Juanita Hunter and Hubert Long were returning from a wayside picnic for shut-ins at Charlotte NC when the accident occurred. Mr. Long was driving and ran into a parked car Mr. Hunter was seriously injured and taken to Chester Hospital where he lived for two hours. Ms. Hunter and Mr. Long were only slightly injured. Willie Hunter was a graduate of Clemson College and served with distinction as a lieutenant overseas in the World War. It was there that he was stricken with arthritis which caused him to be a shut in. Although not able to walk alone, he attended Church regularly. Burial was at St. Luke's Lutheran Church Cemetery. Surviving was his father, sisters Ms. Annie Hunter of Prosperity, Mrs. James Lee Counts of Prosperity, Mrs. J. I. Leavell of Concord NC and brothers Raymond Hunter of Prosperity and Horace Hunter of Albany Georgia; nieces and nephews. Newberry Observer 6/28/1938, p2; names of those who came to Prosperity for the funeral, Newberry Observer 7/5/1938, p2; the brotherhood of Grace Lutheran Church held a memorial service; the honorable B. B. Hare of Saluda was the principal speaker. Newberry Observer 7/12/1938, p7

Hurt, D. C. Mrs. and daughter Norma of the Mollohon community visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. Dixon of Calhoun Falls, Newberry Observer 3/11/1938, p6

Hussing, Minnie Ms. had married A. G. Wise. She died August 13, 1938. She was manager of the Wise Hotel in Prosperity for 27 years. She was the last of her family having no blood relatives left living. Surviving were seven stepchildren and 10 step grandchildren. She was a charter member of the Lutheran Women's Synodical Society founded in 1885. When the Golden Jubilee of this organization was held in 1935 she was one of the four representatives still living to take part in the pageant. On both evenings she appeared in one of the dresses, a beautiful white hand darned net, which she had worn during the convention 50 years prior. In June 1938 she had a family reunion at the Wise Hotel. She called the Hotel Liberty Hall, etc. Newberry Observer 8/26/1938, p5

Hutchinson, C. E. Mrs. of Newberry was the sister of Mrs. Hattie Hughey Hallman who died April 21, and Mrs. G. N. Austin of Greenville, T. H. Hughey, W. H. Hughey and M. M. Hughey. She was the aunt of Billy Hallman of Atlanta Georgia, Francis Hallman of Atlanta GA and Billy Hallman of Atlanta GA. Newberry Observer 4/26/1938, p8

Hutchinson, Cyril Mrs. was elected 1938 – 39 year publicity chairman for the MOTHERS’ CLUB of Newberry, Newberry Observer 6/24/1938, p7

Hutchinson, Cyril won third prize in the ringers contest at the Four County Fish Hatchery Field Day, Newberry Observer 7/15/1938, p1

Hutchinson, J. H. Mrs. won first prize for her specimen of 2 pound lye soap in the general farm crops department of the Newberry County Fair, Newberry Observer 11/8/1938, p4

Hutchinson, McK Mrs. advertised an apartment for rent - has two rooms, kitchenette and bath. Newberry Observer 1/4/1938, p4

Hutchinson, P. B. Mrs. of Newberry was the sister of James Williams Suber who died December 3, 1938, James Suber of Columbia, Mrs. John Lever of Newberry and S. W. Suber of Silverstreet. Newberry Observer 12/6/1938, p7

Hutchinson, Peggy was in the second grade and has been a good girl. She wrote a letter to Santa Claus asking for a pair of roller skates, an umbrella and a pair of red shoes. “I have a little sister 4 1/2 years old. She won she did bring her a Shirley Temple doll, a cradle, a pair of skates and a Charlie McCarthy. I hope you have a Merry Christmas.” Newberry Observer 12/13/1938, p8

Hutto, C. C. Mrs. entertained her Bridge Club, details, Newberry Observer 2/1/1938, p6 and Newberry Observer 3/15/1938, p8 and Newberry Observer 5/24/1938, p8 and Newberry Observer 7/19/1938, p8 and Newberry Observer 7/26/1938, p8 and Newberry Observer 10/28/1938, p6

Hutto, C. C. was elected and a member of the Board of Directors for Newberry Rotary club for the 1938 – 39 year, details, Newberry Observer 6/7/1938, p1; he was elected 1939 Chairman of The Board of Stewards for Central Methodist Church, Newberry Observer 11/18/1938, p1

Hutto, Clarence was elected a member of the board of the Newberry Rotary Club, Newberry Observer 5/24/1938, p1

Hutto, Mary Lee celebrated her third birthday with a party given by her mother Mrs. C. C. Hutto at the home on Main Street, details, Newberry Observer 5/24/1938, p8

Hyler, B. B. of Columbia was the brother Charley Hyler who died August 8, 1938 and C. H. Hyler of Saluda, Sam Hyler of Saluda, J. C. Hyler of Newberry and John Hyler of Saluda and half-brother of Miss Mary Hyler of Saluda. He was the uncle of Mrs. Ella Harmon of Goldville, Mrs. Nelly Corley of Newberry, James Hyler of Newberry, Genevie Hyler of Newberry and Mrs. Ella Harmon of Goldville. Newberry Observer 8/16/1938, p1

Hyler, C. H. of Saluda was the brother Charley Hyler who died August 8, 1938 and John Hyler of Saluda, Sam Hyler of Saluda, J. C. Hyler of Newberry and B. B. Hyler of Columbia and half-brother of Miss Mary Hyler of Saluda. He was the uncle of Mrs. Ella Harmon of Goldville, Mrs. Nelly Corley of Newberry, James Hyler of Newberry, Genevie Hyler of Newberry and Mrs. Ella Harmon of Goldville. Newberry Observer 8/16/1938, p1

Hyler, Charley was killed by a train westbound; inquest will be done (2 articles) 52 years old, killed 8/8/1938 on the railroad tracks near Helena; he was a textile worker in the weaving room at Oakland Mill and lived in Helena. One of his legs was badly crushed and his head was scarred. Surviving was his wife Mrs. Bruner Hyler of Newberry and five children: Mrs. Ella Harmon of Goldville, Mrs. Nelly Corley of Newberry, James Hyler of Newberry, Genevie Hyler of Newberry and Frank Hyler of Newberry; brothers John Hyler of Saluda, C. H. Hyler of Saluda, Sam Hyler of Saluda, J. C. Hyler of Newberry and B. B. Hyler of Columbia; his stepmother Mrs. Nora Hyler of Saluda and a half sister Ms. Mary Hyler of Saluda. Burial will be from Bethany Methodist Church in Saluda County. Newberry Observer 8/16/1938, p1; CARD OF THANKS, Newberry Observer 8/19/1938, p3; the inquest determined that he died by carelessness on his own part and in no way any fault of the southern railroad or the train crew. Members of the train crew at the inquest testified that they saw him jump in front of the train as it approached. Newberry Observer 8/23/1938, p1

Hyler, Frank of Newberry was the son of Charley Hyler who died August 8, 1938 and the nephew of John Hyler of Saluda, C. H. Hyler of Saluda, Sam Hyler of Saluda, J. C. Hyler of Newberry and B. B. Hyler of Columbia and Miss Mary Hyler of Saluda. He was the brother of Mrs. Ella Harmon of Goldville, Mrs. Nelly Corley of Newberry, James Hyler of Newberry, Genevie Hyler of Newberry and Mrs. Ella Harmon of Goldville. Newberry Observer 8/16/1938, p1

Hyler, Genevie of Newberry was the son of Charley Hyler who died August 8, 1938 and the nephew of John Hyler of Saluda, C. H. Hyler of Saluda, Sam Hyler of Saluda, J. C. Hyler of Newberry and B. B. Hyler of Columbia and Miss Mary Hyler of Saluda. He was the brother of Mrs. Ella Harmon of Goldville, Mrs. Nelly Corley of Newberry, James Hyler of Newberry, Mrs. Ella Harmon of Goldville and Frank Hyler of Newberry. Newberry Observer 8/16/1938, p1

Hyler, J. C. of Newberry was the brother of Charley Hyler who died August 8, 1938 and C. H. Hyler of Saluda, Sam Hyler of Saluda, John Hyler of Saluda and B. B. Hyler of Columbia and half-brother of Miss Mary Hyler of Saluda. He was the uncle of Mrs. Ella Harmon of Goldville, Mrs. Nelly Corley of Newberry, James Hyler of Newberry, Genevie Hyler of Newberry and Mrs. Ella Harmon of Goldville. Newberry Observer 8/16/1938, p1

Hyler, James of Newberry was the son of Charley Hyler who died August 8, 1938 and the nephew of John Hyler of Saluda, C. H. Hyler of Saluda, Sam Hyler of Saluda, J. C. Hyler of Newberry and B. B. Hyler of Columbia and Miss Mary Hyler of Saluda. He was the brother of Mrs. Ella Harmon of Goldville, Mrs. Nelly Corley of Newberry, Mrs. Ella Harmon of Goldville, Genevie Hyler of Newberry and Frank Hyler of Newberry. Newberry Observer 8/16/1938, p1

Hyler, John of Saluda was the brother Charley Hyler who died August 8, 1938 and C. H. Hyler of Saluda, Sam Hyler of Saluda, J. C. Hyler of Newberry and B. B. Hyler of Columbia and half-brother of Miss Mary Hyler of Saluda. He was the uncle of Mrs. Ella Harmon of Goldville, Mrs. Nelly Corley of Newberry, James Hyler of Newberry, Genevie Hyler of Newberry and Mrs. Ella Harmon of Goldville. Newberry Observer 8/16/1938, p1

Hyler, Mary Ms. of Saluda was the half-sister Charley Hyler who died August 8, 1938 and C. H. Hyler of Saluda, Sam Hyler of Saluda, J. C. Hyler of Newberry and B. B. Hyler of Columbia. She was the aunt of Mrs. Ella Harmon of Goldville, Mrs. Nelly Corley of Newberry, James Hyler of Newberry, Genevie Hyler of Newberry and Mrs. Ella Harmon of Goldville. Newberry Observer 8/16/1938, p1

Hyler, Sam of Saluda was the brother Charley Hyler who died August 8, 1938 and C. H. Hyler of Saluda, John Hyler of Saluda, J. C. Hyler of Newberry and B. B. Hyler of Columbia and half-brother of Miss Mary Hyler of Saluda. He was the uncle of Mrs. Ella Harmon of Goldville, Mrs. Nelly Corley of Newberry, James Hyler of Newberry, Genevie Hyler of Newberry and Mrs. Ella Harmon of Goldville. Newberry Observer 8/16/1938, p1

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