Digest of Charlton County Herald, February 1921

Compiled by Lois Barefoot Mays

February 4th

DR. TAYLOR CLOSES OFFICE. Dr. J.S. Taylor wishes to announce that his dental office in Folkston will be closed after February 5th.

TRADERS HILL SCHOOL CLOSED. Miss Exa Hobbs, assistant teacher of the Traders Hill school left for her home in Cataula. Miss Hobbs has many friends here who regret to have her leave. Dean, Clyde, Hazel, Helen and Annie Gowen are now attending the Folkston school since the Traders Hill School has closed.

February 11, 1921

AMERICAN LEGION TO BE ORGANIZED. We call the attention of all ex-servicemen to the organization of the local post of the American Legion at Dr. Williams' office on Saturday.

DR. TAYLOR MARRIES. Mr and Mrs. William C. Cato of Cordele, announce the marriage of their daughter Dorothy Ione, to Dr. J. Seward Taylor of Folkston on August 25th. The young couple were members of the college set and this announcement comes as no surprise to their many friends throughout the state.

UPTONVILLE SCHOOL. The Uptonville School has 52 pupils on roll.

February 18, 1921

NEW BABY. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Askew announce the birth of a fine baby girl born February 9th.

MRS. ANNA THORN ANDERSON DIED. Mrs. Anna Thorn Anderson, age 57 years, died at her home suddenly on February 10th. Obituary next week.

MRS. J.S. GROOMS DIED. Mrs. J.S. Grooms died at her home near Folkston Wednesday. She was stricken with paralysis about a week ago, from which she failed to rally.

HENRY PRESCOTT DIED. Henry Prescott, 16 years of age, son of Mr. and Mrs. O.M. Prescott, passed away last week. He was buried in Corinth Cemetery.

(No issue of February 25th on microfilm)

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