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Index - Charlton County Herald - 1943

Compiled by Lois Barefoot Mays

ACL RR Benjamin Franklin Stalvey works for them 6-25; ACL RR bridge guard Hickox overcome by fumes 3-12; ACL RR employed guards at river bridge 2-19; ACL RR Madeline Foster Howard works there 8-6; ACL RR Osworth Howard works there 8-6; ACL RR passenger fell from train, killed 9-3; ACL RR, lost mail sacks found 6-11; Adkins Funeral Home suspends operation for duration 8-20; Adkins Funeral Home, Maria W. Stokes funeral 7-9; Adkins, Bob Page in Atlanta 2-19; Adkins, C.F. resigns as Chief Observer, planes, courthouse roof 8-6; Adkins, C.F. councilman 1-1; Adkins, Mr. "Pop", willing to be plane observer 8-20; Airplane observer post courthouse roof, to build 8-20; Aldridge [Huggins] Juanita new baby girl 9-17; Aldridge, Neil daughter Louise married 6-25; Aldridge, Rev. Mary, funeral of Johnnie Harris 7-9; Allen, Edgar F., appointed postmaster 7-2; Allen, Edgar F., may be appointed postmaster 6-11; Allen, Elliott Dimond Page saw him in Hiawaii 3-26; Allen, Elliott honored by Bap church 1-8; Allen, Flora Ann at birthday party 4-30; Allen, Homer Dimond Page saw him in Hiwaii 3-26; Allen, Homer honored by Bap church 1-8; Allen, Johnnie, receives honorable discharge 7-23; Allen, Lawrence M., drafted 5-28; Allen, Mrs. J.C. wants post-hole diggers back 6-25; Allen, Rebecca Jean, grad. High School 5-28; Allen, Robert, transferred to Ft. Benning 6-4; Allen, Trell, at birthday party 4-30; Allen, W. Robert, charter member American Legion 8-27; Allen, W.R., son Robert transferred to Ft. Benning 6-4; Altman, C.J. daughter married 2-26; Altman, Leila Mizell married 2-26; Altman, Rev. Ben married Crews and Murray 7-23; American Legion Post organized 8-27; American Legion Post, to be organized 6-18; American Legion, Dr. Williams wants Hursey Park for recreation purposes 9-17; Ammons, Frank Marcus drafted 6-25; Anderson, Jack drafted 9-17; Anderson, James Terrell drafted 9-17; Askew, James honored by Bap church 1-8; Askew, Mayme, principal of Ch Co Jr. High School 4-9; Askew, Miss teacher 9-10; Askew, Miss, principal for 43-44 term 6-18; Askew, Thomas Wallace, drafted 5-25; Austin, Rudolph drafted 6-25; 
Baggett, Mrs. R.W., mother died 7-9; Bank, The Citizens has over million in resources 1-22; Banks, Crawford married 7-16; Banks, Crawford, promoted to Ensign 7-2; Banks, Dr. W.E., son Crawford promoted to Ensign 7-2; Banks, John WW I vet, charge of servicemen bulletin board 2-5; Banks, John R., charter member American Legion 8-27; Barber, Leroy drowned 9-3; Barefoot, Mrs. W.L. working in Post Office 1-29; Barefoot, Mrs. W.L. works in post office 3-12; Barnes, Beryl Elizabeth, married 7-9; Barrett, A.M., widow died 7-30; Barrett, Mrs. Minnie Louise, died 7-30; Battle, J.C. drafted 9-17; Batton, Rev. E.M., pastor Mt. Zion 6-18; Bedell, Marward clerk of Rationing Board 1-15; Bedell, Marward clerk of Rationing Board 3-5; Bedell, Miss Marward, clerk Rationing Board 1-1; Bell, Central drafted 9-17; Bell, Ernest, Jr. graduated H.S. 5-28; Bell, Ernie charter member American Legion 8-27; Bell, Frank L., son June Parker married 8-20; Bell, June Parker, married 8-20; Bellamy, Porter drafted 9-17; Bennett, A.J. father of A.T., Fireman in Navy 2-12; Bennett, A.J. son Arthur married 3-26; Bennett, Arthur married 3-26; Bennett, Fireman A.T. met Benny Smith at USO in Chicago 2-12; Bentley, Guy Woods draftee 1-8; Besecker, William E. married 4-23; Blount, James Henderson drafted 9-17; Bowen, Mrs. S. Reese, Chrm Canteen, Red Cross 7-16; Bowen, Mrs., teacher for 43-44 term 6-18; Bowen, S.R., son Samuel Reese married 6-11; Bowen, Samuel Reese, married 6-11; Boy Scouts collecting funds for airplane observ. Post 8-20; Boy scouts serving as pages in Atlanta 2-19; Braddock, Houston B., drafted 5-28; Braddock, K.O. honored by Bap church 1-8; Braddock, Linton, in Navy 4-16; Bradley, J.L. new chief police 1-8; Bradley, P.S., lost brown Jersey cow w/bell 4-16; Bradley, Waymon drafted 6-25; Bragg, Mrs. R.H., to teach swimming classes 4-16; Bragg, R.H. family moves to Folkston 4-9; Branch, Mr., his mother, Mrs. Colin, died 6-18; Brock, George, at Camp Stoneman, Cal. 4-23; Brooks, Devoy, grad. high school 5-28; Brooks, P.G. Ch Co Comm 11-1; Brown, John Warren draftee 1-22; Brown, Mrs. Teacher 9-10; Brown, Mrs. Teacher 9-10; Brown, Mrs. D.R. teacher for 43-44 term 6-18; Brown, Mrs. Georgia L., teacher for 43-44 term 6-18; Brown, Russell W. married 6-25; Bruschke, Mrs. R.W. working with weaving looms 1-29; Bryant, James Harry, name of new baby boy of Jim Bryants 7-9; Bryant, Jim stationed in Kansas 4-23; Bryant, Jim, new baby boy named James Harry 7-9; Buchanan, Pvt. James, stationed in California 6-11; Burgess, Rev. C.W. former pastor of Mount Zion 6-18; Burnsed, A.D. school bus driver 9-10; Burnsed, James Lester drafted 9-17; Burnsed, Leon, graduated St. Geo. High 5-28; Burnsed, Marie, graduated 7th grade 6-11; Burnsed, Mr. teacher 9-10; Burnsed, Ponce D., drafted 5-28; Bus, Folkston-Brunswick, makes daily runs for shipyard employees 4-9; Byrd, Charlie C., drafted 5-28; 
Cadet Nurses Corps Helen McLean enlisted 9-10; Calhoun, Thomas Calvin drafted 6-25; Camp Perry, Yellow Fever detention camp, Porte Tracy helped construct 4-16; Canaday, Roland on Welfare Board 2-12; Canaday, Ulee, in Navy 4-16; Canadian War Dept. reported Wordie Leckie killed in action 3-19; Carpenter, George Benjamin died 8-20; Carpenter, Ora Welch, husband died 8-20; Carter, four children at Methodist Home 9-17; Carter, Alton honored by Bap church 1-8; Carter, Jake W., drafted 5-28; Carter, Miss teacher 9-10; Carter, Romey Allen drafted 9-17; Cason, Mrs. Bertie Lee Petty, died 5-14; Cason, Mrs. S.A., brother, W.H. Mizell, died 8-20; Cason, Wilton L., wife died 5-14; Catron, John, name of Liberty Ship at Brunswick 6-18; CCC camp, dismantled near Toledo 4-2; CCC camps abandoned, used for hospitals 2-5; Chancey, J.B., received promotion in Jax. Fire Department 5-21; Chancey, W.L., brother of J.B. Chancey of Jax Fire Dept. 5-21; Charlton Co Commissioners new members 1-1; Charlton County Commissioners, Red Cross 5-7; Charlton County Herald 1-1; Chesser, James Guy draftee 1-8; Chesser, Kemp grandson promoted 1-22; Chesser, Mrs. W.J., brother W.H. Mizell died 8-20; Chism, George Washington, drafted 6-25; Chism, Mrs. Gertrude, husband Ralph stationed at Kearnes, Utah 4-16; Chism, Ralph, stationed at Kearnes, Utah 4-16; Church, Assemblies of God now affiliated with El Bethel Church 4-30; Church, El Bethel now affiliated with Assemblies of God 4-30; Church, First Assembly of God was formerly El Bethel Church 4-30; Church, Folk Bap Flag honoring servicemen 1-1; Church, Folk Bap honor men in service 1-8; Church, Folk Methodist Rev. Dean's 90 birthday 1-8; Church, Folkston Meth William Harley Mizell was member 8-20; Church, Mount Zion, Homecoming on June 20 6-18; Church, Traders Hill Methodist Porte C. Tracy joined in 1888 4-16; Chute, Eunice, principal of Ch Co High School 4-9; Chute, Miss teacher 9-10; Chute, Miss Eunice, First Aid chrm, Red Cross 7-16; Chute, Miss, principal for 43-44 term 6-18; Citizens Bank The over million in resources 1-22; Citizens Bank, statement of condition 1-22; Citizens Bank, The Statement of condition 7-16; Clark, Gladys, grad. high school 5-28; Clark, Lewis G. wounded in action 1-22; Clark, Mildred, grad. high school 5-28; Clark, Mrs. Sibbie son wounded in action 1-22; Clark, Mrs. Sibbie, son Lewis G. awarded purple heart 6-4; Clark, Mrs. Sippie, son Willie promoted to Sgt. 7-9; Clark, Sgt. L.G. released from hospital 3-26; Clark, Sgt. Lewis G., purple heart awarded 6-4; Clark, Willie, promoted to Sgt. 7-9; Clark,. Mrs. Sibbie son L.G. released from hospital 3-26; Cobb, Miss, teacher for 43-44 term, 6-18; Cobb, Mrs. School bus driver for Stokesville 9-10; Cockrell, Eleanor mother died 1-1; Cockrell, Justin W. mother died 1-1; Cockrell, Miss teacher 9-10; Cockrell, Miss, teacher for 43-44 term, 6-18; Cockrell, S.T. wife died 1-1; Cockrell, Sarah Roberts died 1-1; Coleraine W.R. Jones family has new baby girl 3-5; Coleraine, Red Cross collection 5-7; Colin, Mrs. Died in Homeland 6-18; Colson, Hurder F. , drafted 5-28; Colson, John W. son Virgil in Air Force 3-26; Colson, Virgil in Army Air Force Preflight School 3-26; Conine, J.S. fell from train, killed 9-3; Conley, Litus drafted 6-25; Conner Company closes for duration 1-8; Conner, Clora Lee, attended State 4-H meeting 9-3; Conner, F.R., son James Freddie married 4-30; Conner, Gladyce Jewell married 6-25; Conner, James Freddie married 4-30; Conner, James, grad. high school 5-28; Conner, Jimmie received HS diploma early 1-15; Conner, Lacy, drafted 6-25; Conner, Melvin Frank Thomas draftee 1-8; Conner, Miss teacher at Uptonville 9-10; Conner, Mrs. L.S. daughter Jewell married 6-25; Conner, Troy closes store, manages chicken farm 1-8; Conner, Zelton closes store, in Navy 1-8; Conner, Zelton In Navy now 3-5; Conner, Zelton W. councilman 1-1; Convict camp to be returned to Folkston 3-12; Convict camp, filling with inmates 6-18; Convict camp. Move to Folkston nearly completed 6-25; Copeland, M.A. new Warden for convict camp 6-25; Corbett, Vickers drafted 6-25; Crawford, Beatrice, graduated St. Geo. High 5-28; Crawford, Bunny, in Orphans Home 4-16; Crawford, Edward Missing in Action 3-19; Crawford, Edward, prisoner of war in Italian prison camp 4-16; Crawford, George son Edward is Missing in Action 3-19; Crawford, George, son Edward is prisoner of war 4-16; Crawford, Neal, Army Air Corps 4-16; Crews family, has sent many men to armed services 5-28; Crews, Aleen, lightning strikes her 6-18; Crews, Barbara married 7-23; Crews, Bert, daughter Barbara married 7-23; Crews, Bryant draftee 1-8; Crews, Calvin received H S diploma early 1-15; Crews, Calvin, grad. high school 5-28; Crews, Champ school bus driver 9-10; Crews, Charlie Bunk lightning strikes his home 6-18; Crews, Clarence draftee 1-8; Crews, Corliss draftee 1-22; Crews, Dean, drafted 7-30; Crews, Elbert named state road patrolman 9-3; Crews, Frank Gilbert, drafted 6-25; Crews, H.H., son Elbert named state road patrolman 9-3; Crews, Harold C. drafted 5-28; Crews, Ivey school bus driver 9-10; Crews, J.B., drafted 5-28; Crews, James Lewis draftee 1-22; Crews, Jesse With Army Medical Corps in Kentucky 6-25; Crews, Jesse daughter Nellie married 3-26; Crews, Jesse Edward drafted 3-12; Crews, Jimmie drafted 8-27; Crews, Lonnie school bus driver 9-10; Crews, Louise, grad high school 5-28; Crews, Martha attended State 4-H meeting 9-3; Crews, Mrs. Lillian Pearl works in post office 7-2; Crews, Mrs. Sarah A., son Wiley D. now stationed in Ky. 7-23; Crews, Nathan Allen drafted 9-17; Crews, Nellie married 3-26; Crews, Norman, drafted 5-28; Crews, Reuben draftee 1-8; Crews, Reuben, drafted 5-28; Crews, Riley drafted 6-25; Crews, Wiley D., stationed in Ky. 7-23; Crews, Wiley D., drafted 5-28; Crews, Zella Mae, lightning strikes her 6-18; Cushing, Mrs. E.A., father Porte C. Tracy died 4-16; 
Daughtry, Mrs. M.S. mother died 1-1; Davis, Ed house caught fire 1-15; Davis, Lewis at birthday party for Lynette McQueen 4-30; Davis, Mary Frances, teacher at Moniac 6-11; Davis, Miss Ruby, receives medical discharge 7-23; Davis, Mrs. F.G., father Porte C. Tracy died 4-16; Davis, Mrs. H.J. willing to be plane observer 8-20; Davis, Mrs. H.J., daughter Ruby receives medical discharge 7-23; Davis, Mrs. H.J., daughter Ruby in WAVES 5-28; Davis, Ralph Ch Co Comm 1-1; Davis, Ralph disqualified for service 2-5; Davis, Ralph draftee 1-22; Davis, Ralph vice chrm County Comm. 1-8; Davis, Ruby, enlisted in WAVES 5-28; Dean, Rev. E.F. celebrates 90 birthday 1-8; Decker, Douglas William, drafted 7-30; Dental clinic Co Comm sponsors 1-8; Dinkins, Theo councilman 1-1; Dinkins, Tracy Stewart promoted to head dietitian at Rome Hospital 3-5; Dinkins, W.R. Ch Co Comm 11-1; Dixie CafÈ, bought by J.S. Haddock 5-14; Dixon, Arthur, infant son died 5-14; Dixon, Ernie, new baby boy 4-23; Dobbs, Nurse Maggie now at Davis Hospital, Hinesville 3-26; Draft Board 12 white, 19 colored draftees left 2-5; Draft Board, called up 30 men for induction 5-28; Driskell, Raymond W., drafted 5-28; Duggan, Rev. Ralph, officiated funeral of Dixon infant 5-14; 
Editorial, war 1-1; Edmondson, Decatur Franklin drafted 3-12; Erwin, Rev. Henry teacher St.George 9-10; Eskew, Mrs. Herman, daughter Jewell Taylor joined WAACs 3-26; 
Fire Dept. 2nd time called out, Davis fire, put it out 1-15; Fire, woods, destroyed 2,000 acres 6-25; Fleming, Dr. A., giving rabies shots to dogs 7-2; Fletcher, E.C., charter member American Legion 8-27; Flowers, Fulton drafted 3-12; Flynn, Francis Patrick draftee 1-8; Folkston, deep well pump wearing out; turned off water every night 5-7; Folkston, Red Cross collection 5-7; Folkston, city of dogs must be inoculated against Rabies 6-25; Folkston, city of officials 1-1; Foster, Alma joined WAACS 3-26; Foster, Madeline married 8-6; Foster, W.C. daughter Madeline married 8-6; Fountain, Homer Chaice, drafted 6-25; Frazier, Jimmie drafted 6-25; Gainey, Demaurice, graduated 7th grade 6-11; Garrison, Earl M., charter member American Legion 8-27; Gay, Albert Fleming, drafted 7-30; 
Gay, Henry Hampton drafted 9-17; Georgia State Guard did guard trestle 2-19; Gibson, Benjamin Simon married 2-26; Gibson, Congressman John S., to appoint postmaster 6-11; Gibson, Glenda Louise was born May 2nd, McCoy Hospital 5-7; Gibson, Glenn, new baby girl, Glenda 5-7; Gibson, Guy has job with Okefenokee Station 8-20; Gibson, John S., Congressman, apptd E.F. Allen Postmaster 7-2; Gibson, Lamar, attended State 4-H meeting 9-3; Gibson, Lorene [Howard] has new baby girl 7-23; Gibson, Marcell, grad high school 5-28; Gibson, Miss teacher 9-10; Gibson, Miss, teacher for 43-44 term, 6-18; Gibson, Mrs. Teacher 9-10; Gibson, Mrs. C.H., teacher for 43-44 term 6-18; Gibson, Mrs. John S., to christen Liberty Ship 6-18; Gibson, Mrs. W.E. Red Cross 2-26; Gibson, Mrs. W.E., on Food Advisory Committee 5-21; Gibson, W.E. son is POW 1-8; Gibson, W.E., son Wallace writes from POW camp 7-30; Gibson, W.E., son Wallace, POW in Japan, spoke on radio 8-20; Gibson, Wallace honored by Bap church 1-8; Gibson, Wallace prisoner of war 1-8; Gibson, Wallace E., POW in Japan spoke on radio 8-20; Gibson, Wallace Elvie, Jr., writes from Jap prison camp 7-30; Gibson,. Marcelle, has position in Navy Yard at Charleston 4-2; Gourds make good containers 2-19; Gowen, Tom C. on Food Advisory Committee 5-21; Gowen, A.G., daughter Beryl Elizabeth Barnes married 7-9; Gowen, Annie Pearl married 9-3; Gowen, Clifton C. disqualified for service 2-5; Gowen, Clifton Carney draftee 1-22; Gowen, Emory Clyde drafted 9-17; Gowen, G.R., Sr., daughter Annie Pearl married 9-3; Gowen, Guy Albert, drafted 7-30; Gowen, Harold, at Camp Robinson, Arkansas 4-23; Gowen, J.V., Jr. new baby girl 1-29; Gowen, J.V., Jr. on Food Advisory Committee 5-21; Gowen, J.V., Sr., pallbearer for PC Tracy funeral 4-16; Gowen, James Furman is new baby for the R.W. Gowen family 3-12; Gowen, Jane, grad. high school 5-28; Gowen, Lt. Emory C. in charge Ga State Guards 1-8; Gowen, Mary Eve name of new baby girl 1-29; Gowen, Mrs. Ann teacher 9-10; Gowen, Mrs. Ann, teacher for 43-44 term 6-18; Gowen, Mrs. B.B. teacher 9-10; Gowen, Mrs. B.B., teacher for 43-44 term 6-18; Gowen, Randall guard at ACL bridge 2-19; Gowen, Randall W. new baby boy, James Furman 3-12; Gowen, Sidney Harold drafted 3-12; Green, David drafted 6-25; Green, Hezekiah drafted 9-17; Green, Willie Lee drafted 9-17; Grooms, Ralph new baby boy 2-12; Groover, Woodrow Wilson, drafted 6-25; Ground Observer Corps, courthouse roof 8-6; Guinn, E.L., drafted 5-28; Guy, Devant received HS diploma early 1-15; Guy, Devant, grad. high school 5-28; Guy, Mrs. F.J. Red Cross for Hercules community 2-26; Gwynn, J.J., pallbearer for PC Tracy funeral 4-16; Gwynn, Jim, pallbearer for PC Tracy funeral 4-16; 
Haddock, J.S. Page in Atlanta 2-19; Haddock, Jennings S., bought Dixie CafÈ building, to operate cleaning establish. 5-14; Haddock, Minnie, in 1915 married Porte C. Tracy 4-16; Hall, Mrs. Ethel, mother died 7-9; Hall, Winston, resigned job at Okefenokee Station 8-20; Hamilton, George Ben, drafted 6-25; Hamlett, Rev. Grenade, funeral of Johnnie Harris 7-9; Hannaford, J.O., charter member American Legion 8-27; Hannaford, James Oscar page in Atlanta 2-19; Hannaford, James Oscar, boy scout, collecting for plane observ post 8-20; Hannaford, Maurice at birthday party 4-30; Hannaford, Mrs. Teacher 9-10; Hannaford, Mrs., teacher for 43-44 term 6-18; Harden, O.F. former state road patrolman for Charlton 9-3; Harold, John Arris drafted 6-25; Harrell, Oscar drafted 9-17; Harris, D.L. "Buddy", son Johnnie died 7-9; Harris, Frank B., brother Johnnie died 7-9; Harris, John, Disaster Relief, Red Cross 7-16; Harris, Johnnie, died 7-9; Harris, Leavy, brother Johnnie died 7-9; Harris, Marvin, brother Johnnie died 7-9; Harris, Mrs. Lucy Johns, son Johnnie died 7-9; Harrison, Ethel, grad. high school 5-28; Harrison, Kenneth Page in Atlanta 2-19; Harrison, Kenneth, boy scout, collecting for airplane observ post 8-20; Harrison, Patsy at birthday party 4-30; Harrison, R. Ward owner Herald 1-1; Harrison, R. Ward Red Cross 2-26; Harrison, R. Ward, apptd as Director of Ga. State Parks 5-21; Harrison, R.W. son in Army reaches North Africa 2-26; Harrison, Robert, Jr. reaches North Africa 2-26; Harrison, Robert, Jr. , serving in North Africa 4-16; Harvey, Cpl J.E., Jr. in California hospital 3-12; Harvey, Herbert guard at ACL bridge 2-19; Harvey, Herbert rescued Evin Hickox/toxic fumes 3-12; Harvey, J.E., Jr. in Naval Hospital in Cal. 1-29; Harvey, J.E., Jr., Honorable Discharge, physical disability 4-30; Harvey, J.E., Jr., saw active duty Guadal Canal, Marines 4-30; Harvey, Margaret, grad. high school 5-28; Hathaway, Elizabeth asst. clerk Rationing Board 1-1; Hathaway, J.A., Jr. honored by Bap church 1-8; Hatton, Miss teacher 9-10; Hatton, Miss, teacher for 43-44 term, 6-18; Hebard lumber interests, W.H. Mizell worked there 8-20; Heflin, Reuben drafted 9-17; Hendrix, Jesse W., drafted 5-28; Hendrix, Joe, charter member American Legion 8-27; Hercules Camp , almost 100% signed up for War Loan Drive 4-9; Hercules community Mrs. F.J. Guy for Red Cross 2-26; Hercules Powder Co., Beryl B. Littlefield works there 7-9; Hercules Powder Co., Eugene Williams moved to Baldwin 4-16; Hercules Powder Co., expands work in The Bend 7-16; Hercules, Red Cross collection 5-7; Herrington, Sam drafted 9-17; Hickox, Adrian Donald drafted 3-12; Hickox, Evin guard at ACL bridge 2-19; Hickox, Evin overcome by toxic fumes 3-12; Hickox, Mrs. Janie son Wilmer drowned 8-13; Hickox, Wilmer drowned 8-13; Higginbotham, Mrs. H.T. Red Cross at Coleraine 2-26; Highsmith, Everett T. draftee 1-8; Hoates, Rev. W.B. pastor Folkston Bap. Church 6-18; Hodges, Mrs. Teacher 9-10; Hodges, Mrs. Ruby Petty, sister Bertie Lee died 5-14; Holidays, Labor Day, Jeff Davis Birthday not legal holidays in Ga. 5-28; Homeland, Red Cross collection 5-7; Hopkins, John K., in Army Air Corps 4-16; Hopkins, Mrs. Walter Red Cross at Toledo 2-26; Hopkins, W.C. Ch Co Comm 1-1; Hopkins, W.C. chrm County Comm. 1-8; Hopkins, W.C. lost timber in 2,000 acre forest fire 6-25; Hopkins, W.C., may lease 3,000 acres for bombing practice 4-2; Howard, Barbara Ann, band new baby girl 7-23; Howard, Mrs. S.M. Red Cross at Racepond 2-26; Howard, Osworth married 8-6; Howard, S.M. son Osworth married 8-6; Howard, Thomas M., new baby girl 7-23; Huggins, Alvin new baby girl 9-17; Huling, Ben, grad. high school 5-28; Huling, Cleo new Welfare Dept. director 2-26; Huling, Fleming received H S diploma early 1-15; Huling, Fleming, grad. high school 5-28; Huling, Miss Cleo, secretary Red Cross 7-16; Huling, Sidney Wilson drafted 3-12; Huling, Walter L., charter member American Legion 8-27; Hursey Park May be returned to Homeland 9-17; 
Irving, Eugene Jake drafted 6-25; Ivey, Betty Jean died 1-29; Ivey, James L. little daughter died 1-29; 
Jacobs, Edward D., drafted 5-28; Jenkins, Horace drafted 6-25; Johns, Johnnie Edward drafted 8-27; Johns, Miss Celeste, teacher at Moniac 6-11; Johns, Miss, teacher for 43-44 term, 6-18; Johnson, Arcear drafted 9-17; Johnson, Claude Marvin draftee 1-22; Johnson, Clayton drafted 9-17; Johnson, Gertrude W. clerk of city 1-1; Johnson, Gertrude W. county clerk for new year 1-8; Johnson, Gertrude, Red Cross secretary 4-16; Johnson, J.H., Home Service Chrm, Red Cross 7-16; Johnson, J.H., to help build plane observ post on courthouse 8-20; Johnson, Mildred [Johnson] had new baby boy 7-23; Johnson, Miss teacher 9-10; Johnson, Miss, teacher for 43-44 term, 6-18; Johnson, Mrs. Teacher 9-10; Johnson, Mrs. Scott, niece Threlkeld was missing 3-19; Johnson, Mrs., teacher for 43-44 term 6-18; Johnson, Norris at birthday party 4-30; Johnson, Reginald, new baby boy born, Reginald Jr. 7-23; Johnson, Reginald, Jr. brand new baby 7-23; Johnson, William Hansford draftee 1-8; Johnson, William J., charter member American Legion 8-27; Johnson, Willie drafted 6-25; Jones, Cpl. Everett "Snooks", at Fort Ord, California 5-28; Jones, Dudley in Navy hospital in S. Pacific 3-12; Jones, Dudley, in Navy hospital in California 4-2; Jones, Everett honored by Bap church 1-8; Jones, Mrs. Elem. Teacher 9-10; Jones, Mrs. High school teacher 9-10; Jones, Mrs. Carl Red Cross at Traders Hill 2-26; Jones, Mrs. E.F., mother died 7-9; Jones, Mrs. Hilda M., teacher for 43-44 term 6-18; Jones, Mrs. Kathryn R., teacher for 43-44 term 6-18; Jones, Pfc Kirby R. stationed in California 6-25; Jones, Troy resigns chief police 1-8; Jones, W.D. attended State 4-H meeting 9-3; Jones, W.D. county agent for new year 1-8; Jones, W.J. son in Navy hospital in S. Pacific 3-12; Jones, W.R. new baby girl 3-5; Juries, legislation so that women can be jurors 2-12; 
Kendrick, Hubert Winton drafted 9-17; Kirkland, Marion Jackson draftee 1-22; Knabb, Mary, graduated 7th grade 6-11; Knabb, Mrs. Teacher 9-10; Knabb, Mrs. Ralph Red Cross at Moniac 2-26; Knabb, Mrs. Ralph, principal of Moniac Con. School 6-11; Knabb, Mrs., principal for 43-44 term 6-18; Knabb, Ralph sponsored Boy Scouts to be pages 2-19; Knowles, Jeffry new baby boy 2-19; Knowles, Jeffry, injured at pulp mill 4-23; 
Lambert, Nathan drafted 9-17; Latimer, Rev. Gower married Taylor-Gibson couple 2-26; Layton, Mrs. Attended State 4-H meeting 9-3; Leckie, Billy Karr draftee 1-8; Leckie, Mrs. Attended State 4-H Club meeting 9-3; Leckie, Norman brother, Wordie, killed in action 3-19; Leckie, Oscar Herman drafted 9-17; Leckie, Powell brother, Wordie, killed in action 3-19; Leckie, Powell, new baby girl born 7-16; Leckie, T. E. son Wordie killed in action 3-19; Leckie, T.E., received memorial cross from Canadian govt. 5-7; Leckie, Wordie beautiful tribute to him by T.W. Wrench 3-19; Leckie, Wordie killed in action in Eng. Or West. Europe 3-19; Leckie, Wordie, memorial cross received by his parents 5-7; Leckie, Wordie, Memorial service at Baptist Church in Jesup 5-21; Lee, Bert, drafted 7-30; Lee, Lewis draftee 1-8; Lee, Mrs. Ovie, brother Johnnie died 7-9; Legion Post organized 8-27; Legion Post, American, to be organized 6-18; Levant, Walter Herbert drafted 9-17; Lewis, C.H., on Food Advisory Committee 5-21; Lewis, Paul, Jr. drafted 9-17; Library, service discontinued 5-7; Little, Rufus H., Jr. drafted 6-25; Littlefield, Candler flew plane to Folkston 1-1; Littlefield, Lt. Candler, married 6-18; Littlefield, Margaret, married 6-11; Littlefield, McAdoo, member Rationing Board 5-21; Littlefield, Mrs. J.C., son William McAdoo married 7-9; Littlefield, Mrs. J.C., son Candler married 6-18; Littlefield, Mrs. J.C., daughter Margaret married 6-11; Littlefield, William McAdoo, married 7-9; Littles, Marshall drafted 9-17; Lloyd, Boy, Housewarming, well attended, gifts 7-9; Lloyd, Demery L. joins Navy 9-17; Lloyd, Mack, charter member American Legion 8-27; Lloyd, Ralph Marvin draftee 1-8; Lloyd, Wonnie Lewis, Jr. draftee 1-22; Lodge, Folk Masonic, William Harley Mizell was member 8-20; Lowther, O.K. school bus driver 9-10; 
Mancil, Earnest Earl drafted 6-25; Masonic Lodge, Porte C. Tracy was member of Folkston Lodge 4-16; Mattox, Mrs. H.S., son Woody Shuman promoted 8-20; Mays, Mrs. Naomi son Richard joins Army Aviation Cadets 9-17; Mays, Richard Pope joins Army Aviation Cadets 9-17; Mays, Richard, volunteer leaves with group of draftees 9-17; McClain, G.O., Johnnie Harris died at his home 7-9; McClain, Mrs. Audrey, brother Johnnie died 7-9; McCoy, Bill Page in Atlanta 2-19; McCoy, Dr. W.R. moves to Claxton 9-17; McCoy, Dr. W.R. niece Alma Foster joined WAACS 3-26; McCoy, Dr. Walter R., charter member American Legion 8-27; McDougal, Willie drafted 9-17; McKay, Robert drafted 6-25; McKay, Robert drafted 9-17; McKendree, Jim Lee, drafted 6-25; McLean, Helen enlisted in Cadet Nurses Corps 9-10; McLean, Helen, grad. high school 5-28; McQueen, A.S. county atty for new year 1-8; McQueen, Alex S., charter member American Legion 8-27; McQueen, Col. A.S. enviable record as county atty 1-8; McQueen, Lynette, had party on 9th birthday 4-30; McQueen, R.D., charter member American Legion 8-27; Mills, Edgar G., charter member American Legion 8-27; Mills, John A. honored by Bap church 1-8; Mills, Joy, at birthday party 4-30; Mincey Funeral Home, body of man that fell from train 9-3; Mizell, Alton Matthew draftee 1-8; Mizell, Audrey Mae works in post office 7-2; Mizell, Billy at birthday party 4-30; Mizell, Cpl. Alton stationed in Mass. 6-25; Mizell, D.M., brother W.H. Mizell died 8-20; Mizell, David M. son William Harley died 8-20; Mizell, Ed, brother W.H. Mizell, died 8-20; Mizell, Frances, grad. high school 5-28; Mizell, Helen Red Cross 2-26; Mizell, Helen head of Red Cross War Relief Fund 2-5; Mizell, Helen, director of War Fund Campaign for Red Cross 4-30; Mizell, Jack, brother W.H. Mizell, died 8-20; Mizell, Jesse P. on Welfare Board 2-12; Mizell, Miss Helen, treasurer Red Cross 7-16; Mizell, Mrs William Red Cross 2-26; Mizell, Novenia Roddenberry husband William Harley died 8-20; Mizell, O.C., charter member American Legion 8-27; Mizell, Tommie, drafted 5-28; Mizell, William Mayor 1-1; Mizell, William Harley died 8-20; Mizell, William, chairman War Loan Drive for Charlton County 4-9; Mizell, William, Mayor, city water pump wearing out 5-7; Mobley, Willie drafted 9-17; Moncrief, Mrs. Vineybelle, brother Johnnie died 7-9; Moniac, Red Cross collection 5-7; Monroe, Hugh T., son Shelton received wings 9-10; Monroe, Martha Mae, married 6-18; Monroe, Shelton W. received silver wings 9-10; Moore, Derrill has new baby boy 6-25; Morgan, George Washington drafted 8-27; Morgan, George Washington draftee 1-22; Morgan, Joe drafted 3-12; Morgan, William R., drafted 5-28; Morris, Mrs. Grace resigned from Welfare Dept 2-26; Morris, William B., drafted 5-28; Murray, Ed, son Wesley married 7-23; Murray, J.C. new baby son 2-5; Murray, Wesley married 7-23; 
Nazworth, James Edgar draftee 1-22; Nelson, Barney L. promoted 1-22; Nettles, J.C. child sick with whooping cough 2-19; Nettles, J.C., new baby boy born to them 7-9; Nicholson, Mrs. Teacher 9-10; Nicholson, Mrs., teacher for 43-44 term 6-18; Nipper, Clinton, drafted 6-25; Nipper, Ernest, drafted 5-28; Nipper, Jesse, drafted 7-30; Nobles, Otis new baby boy 1-15; Norman, Leon Jefferson 6-25; Norman, Mrs. Teacher 9-10; Norman, Mrs., teacher for 43-44 term 6-18; Norman, William Arnold drafted 3-12; Norwood, Mrs. Rudolph Red Cross at Homeland 2-26; Norwood, Rudolph, transferred to Nashville, Tenn. 4-23; Nurses, student nurses needed, scholarships 6-4; 
O'Berry, Leroy, drafted 5-28; O'Quinn, Jim David drafted 8-27; O'Quinn, Lonnie George drafted 9-17; Oliver & Bell, leased acreage to Hercules Powder Co. 7-16; Overstreet, Leroy Estes married 2-26; 
Padgett, Robert Hoyt, drafted 7-30; Page, Dimon married 9-3; Page, Dimond home from Pacific 3-26; Page, H.C. son married 9-3; Park tract title back in county's name 2-5; Parker, B. daughter Myrtle is teacher 9-3; Passieu Chevrolet Co., 19 new tires stolen 5-7; Passieu, C.J. posted reward for info in theft of 19 new tires 5-7; Passieu, Joanne, at birthday party 4-30; Passieu, Louie, now Flight Officer, stationed in Kansas 8-27; Passieu, Louie, transferred to Sheppard Field, Texas 4-23; Peacock, Odom school bus driver 9-10; Peacock, Wilton draftee 1-8; Pearce, Bernice Red Cross 2-26; Pearce, Jim B., charter member American Legion 8-27; Pearce, Jim Bedell, Jr. draftee 1-8; Pearce, Lucille B. was clerk Rationing Board 1-1; Pearce, Marion, principal of Folkston Elem. School 4-9; Pearce, Miss teacher 9-10; Pearce, Miss, principal for 43-44 term 6-18; Pearce, Oscar Eugene, drafted 7-30; Pearre, Nell recruiting for WACS 7-30; Pease, Truman E. new Chief Observer, planes, courthouse roof 8-6; Peterson, Robert Lee drafted 6-25; Petree, Ernest Foster-Howard wedding at their home 8-6; Petty, Bertie Lee [Cason], died 5-14; Petty, Clifton, sister Bertie Lee died 5-14; Petty, Lige, daughter Bertie Lee died 5-14; Petty, Lt. Jesse, sister Bertie Lee died 5-14; Petty, Mildred, sister Bertie Lee died 5-14; Petty, Mrs. Ida, daughter Bertie Lee died 5-14; Petty, Oscar, sister Bertie Lee died 5-14; Petty, Scott drafted 8-27; Petty, Wade new baby girl 3-19; Petty, Wade, sister Bertie Lee died 5-14; Phillips, Albert, stepfather W.H. Mizell died 8-20; Pickren Service Garage, J.S. Robinson in charge of repairs 7-2; Pickren, Marion LaVerne working in Post Office 1-29; Pickren, Marion LaVerne works in post office 3-12; Pickren, Marion LaVerne, married 8-20; Pickren, Mrs. T.L., daughter Nell Pearre recruiting for WACS 7-30; Pickren, Mrs. V.J., father Porte C. Tracy died 4-16; Pickren, Taylor L., charter member American Legion 8-27; Pickren, V.J. family moves to Brunswick. Works shipyard 8-13; Pickren, V.J., resigned as postmaster 7-2; Pickren, V.J., postmaster term expires 6-11; Pickren, Verne J. in hospital in Jax. 3-12; Pickren, Verne J. new baby boy was born 1-15; Pickren, Verne Johnson Pickren, Jr. is born 1-15; Pickren, Verne, Jr. family moves to Brunswick 8-13; Pickren, Woodrow W., may be appointed postmaster 6-11; Pickren, Woodrow, to teach swimming classes 4-16; Plane crash, George Simpson, pilot, killed 9-3; Plane spotters, courthouse roof 8-6; Player, R.E., member Rationing Board 5-21; Player, R.E., charter member American Legion 8-27; Player, Thomas at birthday party 4-30; Popham, Mrs. Audrey, sister Bertie Lee died 5-14; Post Office, E.F. Allen appointed Folkston PM 7-2; Post Office, Folkston, lost mail sacks found 6-11; Post Office, Traders Hill postmaster was P.C. Tracy 1909 till discontinued 4-16; Powell, Dot, at birthday party 4-30; Powell, Jay at birthday party 4-30; Powell, Morris Page in Atlanta 2-19; Powell, Wendell honored by Bap church 1-8; Prescott, Claude school bus driver 9-10; Prescott, Hamp brother Joe died 3-26; Prescott, Hazel [Rowell] new baby boy born 7-16; Prescott, J.C., accepted into service 7-23; Prescott, Joe son M.J. killed wife then himself 3-26; Prescott, Joseph Cannie, drafted 6-25; Prescott, Lester Walker drafted 9-17; Prescott, M.J. kills wife, then himself 3-26; Prescott, Paul Proctor, drafted 7-30; Prescott, Sandra Elaine is new baby girl 9-10; Prescott, W.H. appointed Welfare Board 2-12; Prescott, Winnie New baby girl, Sandra Elaine 9-10; Prescott, Winnie H., promoted to Lt. 7-9; Preston, Solomon drafted 6-25; Prevatt, Joe A. daughter Velma married 4-23; Prevatt, Nancy [Moore] has new baby boy 6-25; Prevatt, Owen daughter Nancy Moore has new baby boy 6-25; Prevatt, Velma married 4-23; Proctor, Gertrude resigns as Home Dem Agent 8-13; Proctor, Gertrude attended State 4-H meeting 9-3; Proctor, Gertrude Home Dem Agent for new year 1-8; Proctor, Gertrude uses of dried gourds 2-19; Proctor, Gertrude, Garden Club, save tin cans 4-23; Proctor, Miss Gertrude, Chrm Nutrition, Red Cross 7-16; Public Library, service discontinued 5-7; Public Welfare two new members, Stokes, Prescott 2-12; Purdom, Mrs. James, sold Dixie CafÈ to J.S. Haddock 5-14; Purvis, DeVant, Cadet in Air Force at Wofford College 4-23; 
Quick, Charles received H S diploma early 1-15; Quick, Charles Henry, Jr. draftee 1-22; Quick, Charles, grad. high school 5-28; Quick, Harry, grad. high school 5-28; 
Racepond, Red Cross collection 5-7; Rasmussen, Mrs. G.S. father, W.H. Mizell, died 8-20; Ratcliff, William B., drafted 5-28; Ratcliffe, Mrs. Teacher 9-10; Ratcliffe, Mrs., teacher for 43-44 term 6-18; Ratcliffe, W.E., vice chrm Red Cross 7-16; Ration Book Two explained 2-12; Ration book Two issued 3-5; Ration stamps No,. 19 is a coffee stamp now 3-5; Rationing Board, reorganized with E.B. Stapleton, chairman 5-21; Rationing, new book No. 3 available 6-4; Raulerson, Dan, drafted 5-28; Raulerson, James, graduated 7th grade 6-11; Raulerson, Lee drafted 9-17; Raulerson, Lee, drafted 7-30; Raulerson, Lois, graduated 7th grade 6-11; Raulerson, William Cecil draftee 1-8; Raulerson, William James drafted 3-12; Raynor, Capt. O.E. Ga. State Guards 1-8; Raynor, O.E. sponsored Boy Scouts to be pages 2-19; Raynor, O.E. was Ch Co Comm. 1-1; Red Cross Charlton's quota for War Relief Fund is $1400.00 2-5; Red Cross to send war prisoners care packages 3-12; Red Cross begins 1943 campaign for funds 2-26; Red Cross War Fund Drive accomplished. Results listed 5-7; Red Cross, Mrs. E.B. Stapleton's committee to make 144 service kits 7-2; Red Cross, new officers chosen 7-16; Red Cross, swimming classes 4-16; Red Cross, War Fund Campaign, quota of $1400.00 reached 4-30; Renfroe, Mrs. Teacher 9-10; Renfroe, Mrs. Myrtle teacher at CCHS 9-3; Rewis, J.C. charter member American Legion 8-27; Rewis, J.C., graduated St. Geo. High 5-28; Rewis, James C., drafted 5-28; Reynolds, Aderine Wildes, appointed Clerk of Court 7-2; Reynolds, Louise, graduated 7th grade 6-11; Reynolds, Willie Alvin drafted 9-17; Riggin Bag and Tent Co., makes tents for army 5-14; Riggins, James Nathaniel drafted 3-12; Ritz Theater showed SWAMP WATER for students 2-5; Roberson, Ardelbert drafted 9-17; Roberson, Reuben drafted 9-17; Roberts, Emmett, Army Cadet 4-16; Roberts, L.E., Sr., son Lonnie E. Jr. stationed in Kansas 8-13; Roberts, Lonnie E., Jr. stationed in Kansas 8-13; Robinson, J.S., returned to live in Folkston 7-2; Robinson, Mrs. L.W. father died 9-3; Robinson, Mrs. W.H. brother died 3-19; Roddenberry [Williams] Oree has new baby boy 3-5; Roddenberry, Frank stationed in Michigan 3-26; Roddenberry, Mrs. Teacher 9-10; Roddenberry, Mrs., teacher for 43-44 term 6-18; Roddenberry, Newton W. , drafted 5-28; Rodgers, Mary Edna [Leckie] has new baby girl 7-16; Rogers, Ira L., drafted 5-28; Rowe, Mrs. Kate, injured in tornado 4-16; Rowe, Mrs. Lula, injured in tornado 4-16; Rowell, Avery wins expert shooting record 1-1; Rowell, Dave, new baby boy, Bivian Brian born 7-16; Royalston, James drafted 9-17; Rozier, W.E. home destroyed by fire 2-26; Rug-weaving Mrs. Bruschke working with looms 1-29; Russell, Eugene honored by Bap church 1-8; 
Sands, Jim, graduated 7th grade 6-11; Schneider, Dr. W.J., pallbearer for Tracy funeral 4-16; "Swamp Water" movie was shown here 2-5; School Folkston students went to pic. Show "Swamp Water" 2-5; School teachers issued ration book Two 3-5; School Uptonville students went to show "Swamp Water" 2-5; School Ch Co Jr. High, Mayme Askew will be principal 4-9; School, bus routes and drivers 9-10; School, Ch Co High Graduation 5-28; School, Ch Co High, Eunice Chute will be principal 4-9; School, Charlton Co High, Graduation to be May 28 5-21; School, diplomas issued early 1-15; School, Folkston Elem., Marion Pearce will be principal 4-9; School, Folkston elementary teachers 9-10; School, Folkston High school paper The Sentinel 2-19; School, Folkston Jr. High teachers 9-10; School, Folkston, county high school teachers 9-10; School, Moniac teachers 9-10; School, Moniac, 7th graders graduated 6-11; School, St. George elementary teachers 9-10; School, St. George High teachers 9-10; School, St. George, Graduation held last week 5-28; School, Uptonville teachers 9-10; Schools, teachers for next term 6-18; Schools, teachers named 9-10; Schools, all in county holidays to make Victory Gardens 3-19; Schools, county pupils contribute to Infan. Paraly. Fund 2-12; Schools, Folkston , principals chosen for new year 4-9; Scott, Margie Lynette married 4-30; Scott, Miss Mary married 7-16; Scott, Mrs. Teacher 9-10; Scott, Mrs., teacher for 43-44 term 6-18; Scott, T.A., daughter Margie Lynette married 4-30; Scott, Thomas A., charter member American Legion 8-27; Sears, Mrs. Teacher 9-10; Sears, Mrs. Imogene, teacher at Moniac 6-11; Sears, Mrs., teacher for 43-44 term, 6-18; Sewing machine clinic at Uptonville 2-5; Shellman, Henry, drafted 9-17; Shivar, Bernard, completed basic training in Navy 5-28; Shoes to be rationed 2-12; Shuman, Cpl Woodrow promoted 8-20; Sikes, Dean Madison drafted 6-25; Sikes, Mary Connie, at birthday party 4-30; Simpson, George killed in plane crash 9-3; Smith, Cpl. Bennie, assigned to Orlando; came thru Folkston on troop train 5-7; Smith, Frank father of Benny in Army Air Force 2-12; Smith, Mrs. J.B. mother died 1-1; Smith, Pvt Benny met A.T. Bennett at USO in Chicago 2-12; Snowden, Royal H., charter member American Legion 8-27; Sollinger, Mrs. Carolyn, died at St. George 6-18; Sollinger, Stanley, wife died 6-18; Southwell, Andrew Jackson died 9-3; Southwell, J.B. councilman 1-1; Southwell, J.R. father died 9-3; Southwell, John B. father died 9-3; Southwell, Mrs. J.B. Red Cross 2-26; Southwell, Robert J., drafted 5-28; Spence, Ernest, drafted 5-28; Spivey, Aubrey, graduated St. Geo. High 5-28; Spivey, Dorothy. Graduated St. Geo. High 5-28; Spivey, James A., drafted 5-28; Spradley, Sgt. Oscar, visiting home after duty in Hawaiian Islands 4-23; St. George, Red Cross collection 5-7; Stalvey, Benjamin Franklin married 6-25; Stalvey, E.J. son married 6-25; Stapleton, E.B. councilman 1-1; Stapleton, E.B., chairman Rationing Board 5-21; Stapleton, E.B., pallbearer for PC Tracy funeral 4-16; Stapleton, Mrs. E.B., production chrm, Red Cross 7-16; Starling, Ralph Daniel drafted 9-17; Starling, Ralph Daniel draftee 1-8; State Park Property now back in county's name 2-5; Stokes, A.O., mother died 7-9; Stokes, Edwin honored by Bap church 1-8; Stokes, Emile teacher 9-10; Stokes, Geraldine teacher 9-10; Stokes, I.O., mother died 7-9; Stokes, Judge J.J., widow died 7-9; Stokes, L.E. Red Cross 2-26; Stokes, L.E. store, take tin cans there for war effort 4-23; Stokes, L.E., on Food Advisory Committee 5-21; Stokes, Maria Wainwright died 7-9; Stokes, Miss, teacher for 43-44 term, 6-18; Stokes, Mrs. Teacher 9-10; Stokes, Mrs. J.J. died 7-9; Stokes, Mrs. Maria, very ill 7-2; Stokes, Noah appointed Welfare Board 2-12; Stokes, Noah, charter member American Legion 8-27; Stokes, P.O. new baby girl, Kay Rosemary 2-26; Stokes, P.O., mother died 7-9; Stokes, P.O., mother Mrs. Maria Stokes very ill 7-2; Stokes, U.O., mother died 7-9; Stroup, Dick, clerk of Draft Board 5-28; 
Talbert, Charlton Lewis draftee 1-8; Taylor, A.B., sister died 7-30; Taylor, Dr. Dental Clinic sponsored by state 1-8; Taylor, Dr. J.S., sister, Mrs. Barrett, died 7-30; Taylor, Elbert school bus driver 9-10; Taylor, Helen Lera married 2-26; Taylor, Jewell joined WAACS 3-26; Taylor, Lonnie J., drafted 5-28; Taylor, Lonnie James, graduated St. Geo. High 5-28; Taylor, Mansfield daughter married 2-26; Taylor, Willie Lee drafted 9-17; Templeton, James R. Awarded Air Medal and Oak Leaf cluster 9-17; Templeton, Jim flew plane to Folkston 1-1; Templeton, Lt. James, Army Air Corps 4-16; Templeton, Mrs. Teacher 9-10; Templeton, Mrs. May son James R. awarded medal 9-17; Templeton, Mrs., principal for 43-44 term 6-18; Thaxton, Professor at Milledgeville died 3-19; Thomas, Ben drafted 9-17; Thomas, James drafted 9-17; Thomas, W.L. ad selling horses, mules 2-12; Thomas, Wilbur L., charter member American Legion 8-27; Thompson, Cleon Clayton drafted 8-27; Thompson, Cpl. Walter, stationed in N.C. 6-18; Thompson, Dr. W.D. chrm Welfare Board 2-12; Thompson, Eli, Navy 4-16; Thompson, Mrs. W.D. Red Cross 2-26; Thompson, R.M., son Walter stationed in N.C. 6-18; Thompson, William D., charter member American Legion 8-27; Threlkeld, Cumire missing, found in hospital 3-19; Thrift, A.L. Ch Co Comm 1-1; Thrift, Earl school bus driver 9-10; Thrift, Inez attended State 4-H meeting 9-3; Thrift, Mack D., charter member American Legion 8-27; Thrift, Mrs. Henry, father died 9-3; Thrift, R. Harvey new Ch Co Comm. 1-1; Thrift, R.H. county comm and road supt. 1-8; Thrift, Rufus draftee 1-8; Time Folk is on Eastern War Time instead Central War Time 2-5; Tin Cans Garden Club says save them and plant Vic Gardens 1-22; Tire inspections War Rationing Board 1-15; Todd, Claude, lightning strikes him 6-18; Toledo, Red Cross collection 5-7; Tomlinson, Aldine received H S diploma early 1-15; Tomlinson, Aldine, grad. high school 5-28; Tornado, between St. George & Folkston, injured 10 4-16; Towers, C.R., pallbearer for PC Tracy funeral 4-16; Tracy, Ada, father Porte C. Tracy died 4-16; Tracy, Porte Crayon died 4-16; Traders Hill post office, P.C. Tracy was P.M. 1909 till discontinued 4-16; Traders Hill, Red Cross collection 5-7; Tyson, John S., Jr., Chrm of Food Advisory Committee 5-21; Tyson, Johnny, boy scout, collecting for plane observ. Post 8-20; Tyson, Mrs. Teacher 9-10; 
Uptonville, Red Cross collection 5-7; 
Vickers, James Maxwell drafted 9-17; Vickery, Mary sponsor for High School paper 2-19; Vickery, Mrs. Teacher 9-10; Vickery, Mrs. Mary teacher 9-3; Vickery, Mrs., teacher for 43-44 term, 6-18; Victory Garden, listen to radio while work 6-4; Victory Gardens 1-22; Victory gardens pupils out of school to plant 3-19; Victory Gardens, chickens are nuisance 4-2; 
Wainwright, Katie, son Ralph L. now stationed in Ky. 7-23; Wainwright, Maria [Stokes} died 7-9; Wainwright, Martha Lee Red Cross at Uptonville 2-26; Wainwright, Phillip, attended State 4-H meeting 9-3; Wainwright, Ralph L., Stationed in Kentucky 7-23; Wainwright, Ralph L., drafted 5-28; Wainwright, Rev. Lamar, now pastor in Eastman 6-4; Wainwright, Sue Dee, grad. high school 5-28; Wainwright, Wiley Otis draftee 1-22; Walker, Harvey drafted 9-17; War shoes to be rationed 2-12; War canned goods to be rationed 2-5; War Central War Time. Folk on Eastern War Time 2-5; War clothes drive for Russians 2-19; War Dr. Williams at conf., spoke against girls at USO dances 2-5; War Killed in Action Wordie Leckie 3-19; War large bulletin board at courthouse, names of servicemen 2-5; War On Home Front 1-1; War On Home Front 2-19; War On Home Front 2-5; War On Home Front, lost ration books, etc. 3-19; War On the Home Front 1-15; War On the Home Front 1-22; War On the Home Front 1-29; War On the Home Front 1-8; War On the Home Front 2-12; War On the Home Front size of matches smaller, etc. 3-5; War On the Home Front Vegetables to be very scarce 3-12; War On the Home Front WAAC uniform costs, stove pipes scarce 3-26; War ration book Two 3-5; War Rationing Board Clerk is Miss Marward 1-1; War Victory Book Campaign, books for servicemen 3-26; War Wallace Gibson is POW 1-8; War Dept. leases bombing range Clinch County 6-18; War Loan Drive, Quota of $54,200 for Charlton County 4-9; War, city people helping farmers harvest crops 7-23; War, What you buy with war bonds, mosquito bars 7-9; War, airplane reporting service, courthouse roof 8-6; War, editorial 1-1; War, food rationing has reduced coffee consumption by a third 5-7; War, Ga. has received the most aircraft contracts 5-21; War, listen to radio while working Victory Garden 6-4; War, no more coffee rationing 7-30; War, Save tin cans, silk hose 4-23; War, tin cans being collected 1-29; War, 55 Liberty ships to be built at Brunswick 4-30; War, Air Force may lease 3,000 acres for bombing practice 4-2; War, cost of WAVES uniform, $137.35 5-14; War, defense workers needed to manufacture tents 5-14; War, Food Advisory Committee organized 5-21; War, German POW to work harvesting peanuts 9-3; War, mechanics and trainees needed in metal trades 4-16; War, on the home front, need for nurses is acute, scholarships 5-21; War, On the Home Front, Rationing, no more whiskey 4-23; War, On the Home Front, wedding rings for husbands, etc 4-16; War, scrap metal sold to Japan coming back as shrapnel 8-27; War, soldiers' canteen, costs 84 cents 5-14; Wasdin, Mrs. L.T. Red Cross at Winokur 2-26; Watkins, Broker T. drafted 9-17; Waughtel, Beulah Lee working with looms 1-29; Waughtel, Mr. teacher at Uptonville 9-10; Waycross Air Field, pilot killed in plane crash in Charlton 9-3; Weather, lightning strikes 3 and house 6-18; Welfare Department Mrs. Grace Morris resigned 2-26; White, Clemon drafted 6-25; White, George, boy scout, collecting for plane observ. Post 8-20; White, Lt. John , visiting , stationed in Oklahoma 6-4; White, M.G. ad selling mules 2-12; White, M.G., son John stationed in Oklahoma 6-4; White, Ross drafted 9-17; Whooping Cough Nettles child 2-19; Wildes, J. Mack son Julian joins Navy 3-26; Wildes, Julian joins Navy 3-26; Wildes, R.H. received H S diploma early 1-15 ; Wildes, R.H., grad. high school 5-28; Wilkerson, Mrs. E.H., father GB Carpenter died 8-20; Williams, A.D., asks that Hursey Park be returned to city of Homeland 9-17; Williams, Dr. A.D. spoke at child welfare conf. 2-5; Williams, Dr. A.D. temporary Post Adjutant for new Amer Legion Post 8-27; Williams, Dr. A.D., charter member American Legion 8-27; Williams, Eugene Mizell drafted 9-17; Williams, Eugene, transferred to Hercules camp in Baldwin 4-16; Williams, Hezekiah drafted 9-17; Williams, Jack new baby boy 3-5; Williams, Sol, found lost mail sacks 6-11; Willson, Charles Proctor he is new baby 5-28; Willson, Sgt. Charles, new baby boy 5-28; Wilson, John Calhoun drafted 6-25; Winokur, Red Cross collection 5-7; Women urged to serve on juries 2-12; Woolard, John Howard drafted 6-25; Woolard, Lum new baby boy 1-29; Wrench, Farmer T.W., home-grown dinner, no rationed food on table 4-30; Wrench, Howard G. accepted into service 7-23; Wrench, Howard George drafted 6-25; Wrench, Ralph honored by Bap church 1-8; Wrench, Sgt. Ralph stationed in British Isles 1-29; Wrench, T.W. head of Red Cross 2-26; Wrench, T.W. wrote tribute to Wordie Leckie 3-19; Wrench, T.W., chrm Red Cross 7-16; Wright, Carroll, J. promoted to Hull Quarterman in shipyards 7-9; Wright, Charles Huey drafted 6-25; 
Yellow Fever, Quarantine camp named Camp Perry on St. Marys River 4-16; Hursey Park to remain as 4-H club camp 9-24; American Legion project, Hursey Park, not to be rec. area 9-24; Convict camp 2 inmates escaped, then were captured 9-24; Plane observers at courthouse to have meeting 9-24; Robinson, Mrs. Sidney, is assistant Chief Plane Observer, cthse roof 9-24; "Swamp Woman" movie to be shown at high school 9-24; Movie "Swamp Woman" to be shown 9-24; Third War Loan, movie shown, if have war bond, not have to pay 9-24; Crews, Jesse honorable discharge 9-24; Wrench, Howard stationed in Oklahoma 9-24; German prisoners help with peanut crop 9-24; Prescott, Ben M. twin babies born 9-24; Prescott, Jack McArthur brand new baby, twin 9-24; Prescott, Jacquelyn Rose brand new baby, twin 9-24; Victory garden, big sweet potatoes for Carl Scott 9-24; Scott, Carl M. victory garden sweet potatoes 9-2 4; Wrench, T.W. victory garden sweet potatoes 9-24; Purvis, Corliss married 9-24; Crews, Calvin married 9-24; Purvis, W.J., daughter Corliss married 9-24; Crews, Charlie son Calvin married 9-24; King, Royce new baby girl 9-24; King, Joyce Elaine is brand new baby girl 9-24; Purvis, Joan [King] had new baby girl 9-24; Thrift, Mrs. Nicie died 10-1; Thrift, W.O. wife died 10-1; O'Quinn, Maggie sister, Nicie Thrift, died 10-1; War, new scrap metal drive 10-1; Wildes, Sgt. Harry, home for visit 10-1; Wildes, J.M. son Harry home for visit 10-1; Haddock, J.S. moves into new building 10-1; Dixie CafÈ J.S. Haddock moves cleaning business there 10-1; Helicopter airport planned for Folkston after War 10-1; Airport, Folkston to have helicopters after War 10-1; Southeastern Greyhound Lines planning helicopter airport 10-1; Gowen, Petty Officer Baynard home for visit 10-1; American Legion, Okefenokee Post, elected officers 10-8; Player, R.E. officer American Legion 10-8; Stokes, Noah officer American Legion 10-8; Thrift, Mack D. officer American Legion 10-8; Thomas, Wilbur L. officer American Legion 10-8; Mizell, O.C. officer American Legion 10-8; Allen, W.R. officer American Legion 10-8; McQueen, A.S. officer American Legion 10-8; Banks, John R. officer American Legion 10-8; Lloyd, Mack officer American Legion 10-8; Fletcher, E.C. officer American Legion 10-8; Thompson, W.D. officer American Legion 10-8; Johnson, W.T. officer American Legion 10-8; Davis, Ruby officer American Legion 10-8; Aldridge, E.C. officer American Legion 10-8; McQueen, R.D. officer American Legion 10-8; Williams, Dr. A.D. officer American Legion 10-8; War, Third War Loan Drive 10-8; Johnson, J.H. chrm of Third War Loan Drive 10-8; Knabb, L. helped with 3rd War Loan Drive 10-8; Roberts, Mrs. L.E. helped with 3rd War Loan Drive 10-8; Barker, J.A. helped with War Loan Drive 10-8; Hopkins, Mrs. W.C. helped with War Loan Drive 10-8; Southwell, Mrs. J.B. helped with War Loan Drive 10-8; Majors, Mrs. Elizabeth helped with War Loan Drive 10-8; Smith, Mrs. Everett helped with War Loan Drive 10-8; Hopkins, Mrs. A.J. helped with War Loan Drive 10-8; Stapleton, Mrs. E.B. helped with War Loan Drive 10-8; Mizell, Miss Helen helped with War Loan Drive 10-8; Johnson, Mrs. Gertrude helped with War Loan Drive 10-8; Pickren, Mrs. W.W. helped with War Loan Drive 10-8; White, Mrs. George helped with War Loan Drive 10-8; Gibson, Mrs. W.E. helped with War Loan Drive 10-8; Wrench, T.W. helped with War Loan Drive 10-8; Harvey, Cpl. Harry home for visit 10-8; McCrimmon, Dorothy new Home Demonstration Agent 10-8; Bedell, Miss Marward new Home Dem. Agent living with her 10-8; Hodges, Mrs. Nora Crews married 10-8; Crews, Nora married 10-8; Wildes, A. Chastain married 10-8; Banks, W.E. married couple 10-8; Crews, H.H. daughter Nora married 10-8; Wildes, J.M. brother A. Chastain married 10-8; Kimble, Dorothy Marion married 10-8; Harvey, J.E., Jr. married 10-8; ACL RR Dorothy Kimble works there 10-8; Harvey, J.E. son J.E., Jr. married 10-8; ACL RR J.E. Harvey, Jr. works there 10-8; Sikes, Mary Connie poem published, "A Bad Boy" 10-8; Gibson, W.E. fire in store 10-15; Folkston Volunteer Fire Dept. fought fire at Gibson store 10-15; Kennison, Scott V. died 10-15; Haddock Pressing Club Scott Kennison helped move 10-15; Kennison, E.C. son Scott V. died 10-15; Kennison, Virginia father died 10-15; Kennison, Estelle father died 10-15; Kennison, W.L. father died 10-15; Kennison, L.H. brother, Scott, died 10-15; Kennison, S.F. brother, Scott, died 10-15; Kennison, E.A. brother, Scott, died 10-15; O'Berry, Mrs. R.L. brother, Scott, died 10-15; Sikes, Mrs. C.A. brother, Scott, died 10-15; Gay, Mrs. C.H. brother, Scott, died 10-15; Wieher, Mrs. Elmer E. brother Scott, died 10-15; Massey, Stella promotion in WAVES 10-15; Crews, Alexander killed in accident 10-15; Crews, Mary Jane husband killed in accident 10-15; Crews, Rosa Lee son Alexander killed in accident 10-15; Kirkland, Cora Mae brother Alexander killed 10-15; Crews, James brother Alexander killed 10-15; Crews, Melvin brother, Alexander, killed 10-15; Crews, Henry brother, Alexander, killed 10-15; Crews, Charles brother, Alexander, killed 10-15; Crews, Olin brother, Alexander, killed 10-15; War, new ration book to be issued 10-15; Crews, Ivey, to operate motor patrol for county 10-15; Harrison, R.W. daughter Ethel married 10-15; Harrison, Ethel married 10-15; Gowen, Albert married 10-15; Dean, Rev. E.F. married Ethel & Albert Gowen 10-15; Gowen, J.V., Sr. son Albert married 10-15; Gowen Turpentine Co. Albert works there 10-15; Haddock, Pvt. James Oliver stationed at U of Ga 10-22; Gowen, Clyde enlists in Marines 10-22; Russell, Senator Richard speaks with Layton Stewart in Australia 10-22; Stewart, Layton, Jr. Senator Russell talked with him in Australia 10-22; Homeland Park to be made a recreation center by Amer Legion 10-22; American Legion to make rec center at Homeland Park 10-22; Andrews, Luke C. new baby boy, Luke William 10-22; Andrews, Luke William new baby boy 10-22; O'Quinn, Myrtle [Andrews] has baby boy, Luke William 10-22; Murray, Carlton Francis wounded in action 10-22; Murray, Ed son Francis wounded in action 10-22; Murray, Jenny C. son Francis wounded in action 10-22; Hopkins, Alva, Jr. promoted to Captain 10-29; Bennett, Clarence drafted 10-29; Harrell, Kennie drafted 10-29; Wainwright, Alton B. drafted 10-29; Griffis, Joe drafted 10-29; O'Quinn, Walton Ezekiel drafted 10-29; Lloyd, Ivie Bernie drafted 10-29; Jones, Arthur drafted 10-29; Prescott, John Ellis drafted 10-29; Crews, Willie Leroy drafted 10-29; Lyons, John Wesley, Jr. drafted 10-29; Taylor, William Curtis drafted 10-29; Giddens, Robert O'Neal drafted 10-29; Bryant, Pasco promoted 10-29; Bryant, J.F. son Pasco promoted 10-29; Healy, Erma married 10-29; Mizell, Carl D. married 10-29; Mizell, D.M. son Carl married 10-29; Norman, Leon J. died 11-5; Norman, Marie Boyd husband died 11-5; Norman, N.J. son died 11-5; Norman, Leslie N. brother Leon J. died 11-5; Norman, William A. brother Leon J. died 11-5; Ford, Mrs. Raymond E. brother Leon J. died 11-5; Jones, Mr. Wilmer brother Leon J. died 11-5; Leckie, Mrs. T.E. program on gourds 11-5; Gowen Brothers Old Store Building used for program 11-5; O'Quinn, Lonnie G. enlists in Navy 11-5; Lewis, Paul enlists in Navy 11-5; Raulerson, Lee enlists in Navy 11-5; Leckie, Oscar H. enlists in Navy 11-5; Crews, Burrell escapes, captured 11-5; Littlefield, Kemp graduates Georgia Tech 11-5; Littlefield, Mrs. J.C. son Kemp graduates Ga Tech 11-5; Reynolds, "Red" new Folkston police 11-5; Moniac, Red Reynolds is new Folk police 11-5; Huggins, Police Chief resigned 11-5; Convict camp, Red Reynolds was guard there 11-5; White, John promoted 11-5; Burnsed, Fred died 11-5; Moniac, Fred Burnsed died 11-5; Burnsed, G.W. son Fred died 11-5; Crews, Osgood killed in action 11-5; War, Osgood Crews killed in action 11-5; Crews, B.C. "Buddy" son Osgood killed in action 11-5; Crews, Elmina, brother Osgood killed in action 11-5; Huling, Fleming Navy promotion 11-5; Tomlinson, Aldine navy promotion 11-5; Tomlinson, Isbon B. son Aldine promoted 11-5; Hannaford, George Leonard, poem "School" 11-5; Wildes, Floyd home on leave 11-12; Gowen, Harold Sidney stationed North Africa 11-12; American Legion leads holiday celebration 11-12; Armistice Day celebration 11-12; Player, R.E. commander American Legion 11-12; Williams, Dr. A.D. committee American Legion 11-12; Lions Club organized 11-12; Fleming, Dr. A. temp. pres. Lions Club 11-12; Thompson, W.D. temp VP Lions Club 11-12; Southwell, John B. temp secretary Lions Club 11-12; Mizell, William temp. treasurer Lions Club 11-12; Crews, German died 11-12; War, German Crews, WW I vet died 11-12; Smith, Mrs. Amanda brother, German Crews died 11-12; Gilbert, Rev. F.J. new pastor Folk Meth Church 11-19; Church, Folkston Methodist new pastor, Rev. Gilbert 11-19; Convict camp eight escaped, camp closed, convicts moved 11-19; Draft Board December quota 11-19; Prescott, John Ellis drafted 11-19; Herrin, Benjamin F. drafted 11-19; Cooper, John Robert drafted 11-19; Conner, Fred drafted 11-19; Canaday, Milledge drafted 11-19; Rhoden, Noah drafted 11-19; Howard, Ellery drafted 11-19; Conner, Steve E. drafted 11-19; Gowen, Andrew G. new policeman Folkston 11-19; Plane crash near Bethel Church 11-26; Waycross Army Air Field plane crashed near Bethel 11-26; Allen, Robert W., Jr. safe "somewhere in England" 11-26; Gibson, Ray safe "somewhere in England" 11-26; Crews, Carlos L. service promotion 11-26; Crews, Charlie L. son Carlos L. promoted 11-26; Mays, Richard stationed in Miami Beach 11-26; Folkston, city of annual election 12-3; Southwell, John councilman 12-3; Dinkins, Theodore councilman 12-3; Passieu, C.J. councilman 12-3; Johnson, H. Russell councilman 12-3; Stapleton, E.B. councilman 12-3; Charlton Ice and Cold Storage AD 12-3; Altman, B.A. & Son Ice and Cold Storage AD 12; Newell, Mrs. Mary died 12-3; Giddens, Mrs. J.P. mother died 12-3; Mashburn, Mrs. M.C. mother died 12-3; Chambers, Mrs. H.T. mother died 12-3; Schultz, Mrs. S.H. mother died 12-3; Banks, John gathered boys, cleaned park, gave weiner roast 12-3; Eskew, Mrs. Herman daughter Jewell married 12-3; Taylor, Jewell married 12-3; Harrelson, Haynes William married 12-3; ACL RR Haynes William Harrelson works there 12-3; Lloyd, Mrs. Vennie married 12-3; Dickerson, Bob married 12-3; Willey, Thomas H. died 12-10; Kennison, Mrs. B.W. father died 12-10; Miller, Lois Mattox on Walter Wenchell's radio program 12-10; Mallard, L.E. 70 years old 12-10; Roberts, Lonnie E., Jr. Promoted, "silver wings" 12-10; Stapleton, Sgt. E.B. stationed Kelly Field, Texas 12-10; Mills, Albert stationed Bainbridge, Md. 12-10; Thrift, Thomas stationed Jax Naval Air Station 12-10; Norwood, Rudolph stationed Camp Rucker, Ala 12-10; Waughtel, Eli died 12-17; Waughtel, John son Eli died 12-17; Cigar business Eli Waughtel Homeland 12-17; Waughtel, C.W. brother Eli died 12-17; Waughtel, S.H. brother Eli died 12-17; Rawhauser, Mrs. Lydia brother Eli died 12-17; Norwood, Mrs. Rudolph uncle Eli died 12-17; Waughtel, Beulah Lee uncle Eli died 12-17; Christmas 1943, not much spirit this year 12-17; Pickren, Nell on newsreel at movies, WACS recruiter 12-17; Bolton, Dr. H.H. critically ill 12-17; Dadwood, William died 12-24; Dadwood, John father died 12-24; Crews, Mrs. Bessie Garatt died 12-24; Crews, Jim wife died 12-24; Crews, Jim ACL foreman 12-24; ACL RR Jim Crews, section foreman 12-24; Yarber, Mrs. W.A. mother died 12-24; Stevens, W.G. mother died 12-24; Edwards, Uncle Nep died 12-24; Edwards, Nep, Jr. father died 12-24; Edwards, Robert father died 12-24; Crews, Harold C. stationed at New River N.C. Marine Base 12-24; Church, Grace Chapel New Year Day Prayer Service 12-24;

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