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Digest of Charlton County Herald - July 1922

Compiled by Lois Barefoot Mays

Political ads took up much of the space this month.

July 7, 1922

LITTLE LEROY NAZWORTH DIED. Leroy, the five year old son and youngest child of Mr. and Mrs. J.S. Nasworth died at his home in Traders Hill last Monday morning just at sunrise. He was stricken with typhoid fever and inflammatory rheumatism on June 9th and suffered intensely until his death on June 26th. He was buried in the Sardis cemetery Tuesday. He was a bright little boy, always smiling and happy, a strong, healthy child who had never been sick in his life. He leaves his father, mother, one brother, one sister and granddparents to mourn their loss.

WEDDING. Miss Addie Mae Nobles and Mr. Charles Bussey, St. George, took their friends by surprise June 23rd when they motored to the county seat and were married. They are at home to their friends in the Noble cottage on Florida Ave.

July 14, 1922

THE CITIZENS BANK. Statement of condition of the Citizens Bank at close of business June 30, 1922: Resources, $137,564.65.

July 21, 1922

BAILEY BRANCH SCHOOL. At the Board of Education meeting, the Bailey Branch school was consolidated with the Folkston school.

NO MORE HOGS AND GOATS. At the meeting of the Folkston city council this week, the principal business was the adoption of the following law: An ordinance prohibiting hogs and goats from running on the streets inside the city limits of Folkston after August 7th.

July 28, 1922

BAPTIST CHURCH IMPROVEMENT. A series of protracted services will begin at the Baptist Church the fourth Sunday in August. Plans are being made to varnish the chairs to eliminate the possibility of ruining the wearing apparel.

JOHN S. GIBSON PASSES BAR EXAM. Mr. J.S. Gibson of this city, who has been working at the A. and F. Shops for several years, went to Waycross two weeks ago and stood the bar examination on June 28th, and last Friday received notice that he had passed all the work. He will now take the oath before Judge Summerall which will admit him to the practice of law. Mr. Gibson says that he will take the oath at once but will hold to his shop job for a few months, when he will cut loose and will most likely open a law office here. Mr. Gibson is a man of family, coming to Douglas from Charlton County. His father, Elder Owen Gibson, is one of the best known Primitive Baptists in that section of the state. Mr. Gibson said that he has always wanted to read law but that the past few years has been the first opportunity coming to him. ----Douglas Enterprise

.ROSA MORGAN WAY DIED. Rosa Morgan Way, the wife of George Way, and one of the best known colored women in town, died at her home Monday. Aunt Rosa was a familiar figure on the streets, was loved by the children and respected by the older people.

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