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Digest of Charlton County Herald - February, 1914

Compiled by Lois Barefoot Mays

February 5, 1914

WEDDING. B.F. Alexander and Miss Julia Gibson of Brooks County were married up there last Tuesday and are now keeping house out at Mr. Alexander’s place near here. We welcome them in our midst.

WEDDING. Married at the home of the bride’s parents last Sunday at 9:30 Miss Stella O’Quinn and Jeff Herrin, Rev. Gibson officiating. The bride is the lovely daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton O’Quinn of near Hickox and the groom is a prominent young man of Wayne County. After the ceremony the happy pair drove off to church followed by the guests, which was a large crowd. May their paths be bright and their lives be happy.

February 12, 1914

NEW AUTOMOBILE. J.W. Rodgers is now the owner of a five-passenger Chevrolet machine and it is a handsome piece of furniture.

February 19, 1914

WEDDING. Captain J.P. Roddenberry of Folkston and Miss Emma Thomas of Stokesville were married Wednesday, the 11th instant. Particulars of the wedding were not learned. –St. George Outlook.

February 26, 1914

NEW SCHOOLS FOR THE BEND. L.E. Mallard has just returned from The Bend in the interest of the schools. He reports a move on foot for a new school building in the Chism neighborhood and one in the Burnsed district, also Moniac will take steps to erect a modern school building.

HOMELAND HOTEL LEASED. The Palmetto Hotel has been leased by Mrs. J.S. Granger of Jacksonville and is now open and ready to receive guests.

NEW BABY. Dr. and Mrs. A. Dallas Williams’ home was made complete Friday afternoon by the arrival of a sweet little girl baby.

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