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Index - Charlton County Herald - 1944

Compiled by Lois Barefoot Mays


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A.C.L. RR Corbett W. Petty killed in accident at Uptonville station 8-4; A.C.L. RR Noah Lee Clark 17, is operator at tower 8-18; A.C.L. RR W.L. Barefoot, Jr. employed in Folkston 9-15; ACL RR E.C. Aldridge works for them 7-21; Adkins, Bobby Meth Fund Drive 9-1; Adkins, C.F. enlisted in Navy 3-24; Adkins, John E. married 11-10; Aldridge, E.C. Mason 1-7; Aldridge, E.C. new job with ACL RR 7-21; Aldridge, Lillian Princess, Halloween carnival 11-3; Allen, E.F. Mason 1-7; Allen, Homer stationed in Hawaiian Islands 11-3; Allen, Mrs. J.C. sister, Lomie Elizabeth died 12-22; Allen, Mrs. W.B. brother Horace died 1-14; Allen, W.R. Historian, American Legion 6-2; Allen, William R., Sr. daughter Rebecca Jean married 4-28; Altman, Althea [Dasher] had new baby girl Peggy Elaine 3-24; Altman, B.A. and Son new shoe repair shop 12-8; Altman, C.J. sons Raymond and Hubert met in Italy 4-28; Altman, Charles J. son Hubert completes 2 years overseas duty 8-18; Altman, Curtis father killed 12-22; Altman, Hubert E. completes 2 years overseas duty 8-18; Altman, Hubert H. met brother Raymond in Italy 4-28; Altman, James shot, killed in argument 12-22; Altman, James M. poem “Yes I Love My Dad” 6-16; Altman, Joe father killed 12-22; Altman, Monroe joins Navy 6-2; Altman, Morris J. in armed services 4-28; Altman, Ozzie father killed 12-22; Altman, Raymond M. met brother Hubert in Italy 4-28; Altman, S.M., Jr. joins Navy 9-15; American Legion sponsored Labor Day picnic 9-1; American Legion sponsors dances 9-29; American Legion Post elects officers 6-2; American Legion Post organized ladies auxiliary 3-24; Arnette, Mrs. Lillian mother died 9-15; Askew, Bessie married 10-6; Askew, Fred daughter Bessie married 10-6; Askew, Fred, Jr. enlists Navy 1-7; Askew, Gene Paul Prince, Halloween carnival 11-3; Askew, Mayme teacher 5-5; Askew, Mayme teacher 8-25; Askew, Miss Mable [Johnson] had new baby boy 5-26; Austin, Gus, said to have shot Cooter McKnight 1-7; Bagley, Clarence died 5-5; Bagley, Harry brother Clarence died 5-5; Banks, Crawford S. serving in Coast Guard in SW Pacific 6-2; Banks, John ambulance service 1-14; Banks, W.E. son Crawford S. serving in Coast Guard 6-2.

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Barefoot, Helen Frances is new baby girl 9-15; Barefoot, Mr. and Mrs. W.L., Jr. had new baby girl Helen Frances 9-15; Barker, Arthur War Fund Drive 10-13; Barnes, Doris [Vickers] husband wounded in action 11-17; Barnes, John M. mother died 8-18; Barnes, Mrs. Blanche Z. died 8-18; Barnes, P.S. mother died 8-18; Batten, Mrs. E.D. father John Sikes died 3-10; Beauty Shop, Mrs. P.O. Stokes closes 1-7; Bell, E. school trustee 12-15; Bell, E. War Fund Drive 10-13; Birdsong, George Neal married 5-5; Blind workers making mops, brooks for Army 7-21; Blocker, Lorene to be baptized at church 7-14; Blue Willow CafÈ closed for redecoration 12-15; Bolton, Dr. H.H. died 4-28; Bolton, Kathryn father died 4-28; Bolton, Kathryn Meth Fund Drive 9-1; Bonner, J.E. married 4-28; Bonner, Paul R. son J.E. Bonner married Rebecca Jean 4-28 ; Bonner, Rebecca Jean Meth Fund Drive 9-1; Bowen, Billie son of new school principal 7-14; Bowen, W.L. new principal for Folkston School 7-14; Bowen, W.L. Supt. Folkston schools 8-25; Boy Scouts Lions Club to sponsor 12-1; Boyd, Annie Lou Meth Fund Drive 9-1; Boyd, Annie Lou graduates 4-14; Boyd, R.A., Jr. in Navy 5-26; Bragg, Mrs. R.H. War Fund Drive 10-13; Bridge at Burnt Fort now toll free 5-5; Brock, Annette Princess, Halloween carnival 11-3; Brock, J.M. Prince, Halloween carnival 11-3; Brock, Sgt. George visits family 2-25; Brooks, Pvt. Clyde visits family 2-25; Brown, Crawford A. wife killed in train-car crash 7-28; Brown, Douglas R. killed in action 12-1; Brown, Douglas R. Killed in action in France 9-8; Brown, Georgia teacher 8-25; Brown, Joanna Mills killed in train-car crash 7-28; Brown, Joyce Christmas cantata 12-22; Brown, Mallette Princess, Halloween carnival 11-3; Brown, Mrs. Carmen G. husband killed in action 12-1; Brown, Mrs. Georgia L. teacher 5-5; Brown, W.L. teacher 5-5; Browning, Harold awarded Purple Heart Award 9-8; Browning, Harold wounded in action in England 6-30; Browning, Pfc Harold has shrapnel surgery in England 7-28; Bruschke, Mrs. Bill Home Dem. Club 10-20; Bryant, Chester in Merchant Marines, visiting 5-19; Burch, Beverly Ann to be baptized at church 7-14; Burch, Ralph awarded $100. for labor-saving idea 6-2; Burnsed, A.D. father died 2-25; Burnsed, B.R. father died 2-25; Burnsed, G.D. brother Solomon died 2-25; Burnsed, J.D. father died 2-25; Burnsed, J.N. brother Solomon died 2-25; Burnsed, John brother Solomon died 2-25; Burnsed, Solomon died 2-25; Burnt Fort bridge now toll free 5-5.

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Caffee, Mrs. C.L. brother John Robert died 8-25; Carter, Alton visits home 2-4; Carter, Esther officer Red Cross 6-23; Carter, Esther teacher 5-5; Carter, Esther teacher 8-25; Carter, Euretha graduates 4-14; Carter, Miss Esther Home Dem. Club 10-20; Carter, Mrs. B.B. took care of Wm. Dedwood who died 1-14; Carter, Mrs. Penny caretaker of New York Camp 2-4; Carter’s Mill Quarters [below St. George] murder of Robert Stafford 5-5; Cason, Hillary H. daughter Mary E. died 9-15; Cason, Isabelle daughter Mary E. died 9-15; Cason, Mary E. [Hathaway] died 9-15; Cason, Mrs. Laurie brother Corbett killed 8-4; Cason, W.W. sister Mary E. died 9-15; Cavendar, Mrs. Teacher 8-25; Cayton, Pvt. Ezekiel to visit sister Isabel Crews 12-8; Cemetery, Bethel Albert Griffin funeral 10-20; Cemetery, Bethlehem Eddie Crews funeral 1-28; Cemetery, Boones Creek Cuba Crews funeral 3-24; Cemetery, Corinth Curtis Elder cemetery 3-17; Cemetery, Dowling, Oscar Dowling funeral 1-7; Cemetery, Emmaus Mrs. George Crawford funeral 1-7; Cemetery, Folkston Albert T. Mizell funeral 8-18; Cemetery, Folkston Clinton L. Johnson funeral 12-22; Cemetery, Folkston Dr. Bolton funeral 4-28; Cemetery, Folkston Little Linda Pearl Hiers funeral 11-17; Cemetery, Folkston Mary E. Cason Hathaway funeral 9-15; Cemetery, Folkston Mrs. Annie E. Knowles funeral 1-21; Cemetery, Folkston Mrs. Blanche Barnes funeral 8-18; Cemetery, High Bluff Walter Lowell Eunice funeral 6-9; Cemetery, Kennison Family E.C. Kennison funeral 8-11; Cemetery, Marr Horace J. Marr funeral 1-14; Cemetery, Mt. Zion Solomon Burnsed funeral 2-25; Cemetery, North Prong Mrs. Minnie Dowling Knabb funeral 1-21; Cemetery, Oakland, William R. Spaulding funeral 1-7; Cemetery, Pigeon Creek George D. Cooner funeral 6-9; Cemetery, Sardis Corbett W. Petty funeral 8-4; Cemetery, Sardis Colonel Petty funeral 3-17; Cemetery, Sardis John Robert Cooper funeral 8-25; Cemetery, Sardis John Sikes funeral 3-10; Cemetery, Sardis Mrs. Mattie Haddock Rogers funeral 6-30; Cemetery, St. George Frank Nemeth funeral 4-28; Cemetery, St. George Hattie Howard funeral 1-7; Chancey, Lee farm accident at bridge 8-18; Chancey, M.J. had new baby son 10-20; Chancey, Marion Dewey he is brand new baby boy 10-20; Charlton County Herald, established 1898 1-7; Charlton County Herald, raises subscription rates 1-7; Charlton County, Home Dem Agent resigned 5-5; Chesser, Clifford Prince, Halloween carnival 11-3; Chesser, Junior enlists Navy 1-7; Church, Folk Baptist to have union service at Meth Church 12-22; Church, Folk Meth begins new church building fund drive 9-29; Church, Folk Meth Building Fund Drive 9-1; Church, Folk Methodist beautiful Christmas music 12-29; Church, Folk Methodist to have special program Cantata Noel 12-22; Church, Folkston Baptist Baptism to be held Sun. night 7-14; Church, Folkston Baptist new pastor, Rev. Waterman 2-11; Church, Folkston Baptist, pastor Hoats resigns 1-7; Church, Folkston Methodist 2 new members, Taylor and Haddock, at revival 6-23; Church, Folkston Methodist memorial service, Eugene Pearce 8-18; Church, Homeland Sunday School bought 2 war bonds 12-22; Church, Mt. Zion, Macclenny Lomie Elizabeth Drury funeral 12-22; Chute, Eunice officer Red Cross 6-23; Chute, Miss Eunice resigns, to teach in college in Carrollton 8-11; Chute, Miss Eunice teacher 5-5; Citizens Bank statement of condition 1-21; Citizens Bank, statement of condition 7-14; City Market, new store opened by C.H. Lewis, L.D. Majors 7-7; Clark, Sgt. Lewis G. awarded special badge 11-10; Clark, Billy Meth Fund Drive 9-1; Clark, Mildred visits homefolks 12-22; Clark, Mrs. Sibbie has visitors for holidays 12-22; Clark, Mrs. Sibbie son Lewis G. awarded special medal 11-10; Clark, Mrs. Sibbie son Noah Lee operator for ACL 8-18; Clark, Noah Lee only 17 years old, now operator for ACL RR 8-18; Clark, Sgt. Willie E. visits homefolks 12-22; Clay, Mrs. M.E. Home Dem. Club 10-20; Cockrell, Eleanor teacher 5-5; Cockrell, Eleanor teacher 8-25; Cold storage plant to open next week 10-13; Colescott, Dr. James A. disbanded KKK 6-9; Colson, E Pascal three brothers in service 1-21; Colson, J.W. three sons in service 1-21; Colson, Lt. John V. one of three brothers in service 1-21; Colson, Mrs. J.D. grandmother Rogers died 6-30; Colson, Mrs. Jim Home Dem. Club 10-20; Colson, Pvt. Hurder F. one of three brothers in service 1-21; Colson, Sgt. Wilton E. one of three brothers in service 1-21; Colson, Shelton E. three brothers in service 1-21; Confederate vets. Only 22 left in Ga. 10-13; Conner, Clora Lee War Fund Drive 10-13; Conner, Frank school trustee 12-15; Conner, J.P. VP Farm Bureau 9-1; Conner, J.T. Mason 1-7; Conner, Mrs. Cecil brother, Clayton, killed in action 8-11; Conner, Troy on federal jury 12-15; Conner, Troy on Scout committee 12-1; Conner, Troy named to post-war planning committee 8-11; Convict camp reopens this week 2-11; Cooner, George D. died 6-9; Cooner, James H. his brother George died 6-9; Cooner, James M. son George D. died 6-9; Cooner, Mack his brother George died 6-9; Cooner, Miss Bytha husband E.C. Kennison died 8-11; Cooner, Mrs. Jewell husband died 6-9; Cooper, Billy T. brother John Robert died 8-25; Cooper, Bobby Jean father died 8-25; Cooper, John Robert died 8-25; Cooper, Joseph W. brother John Robert died 8-25; Cooper, Lottie Bell husband died 8-25; Cooper, Marlene father died 8-25; Cornhouse Creek community Colonel Petty died 3-17; Courson, Mr and Mrs. Grandson killed in accident 9-1; Cox, Edwina new home dem. Agent 6-9; Cox, Edwina officer Red Cross 6-23; Cox, Miss Edwina Home Dem. Club 10-20; Crawford, Edward mother died 1-7; Crawford, Edward Prisoner of War, Germany 1-7; Crawford, Farley killed by Bruce Thompson 11-10; Crawford, George brother Farley killed 11-10; Crawford, Jim brother Farley killed 11-10; Crawford, Mrs. George died 1-7; Crawford, Tom brother Farley killed 11-10; Creel, Cody Melvin married 8-11; Crews, Carlos L. met up with brother in England 7-21; Crews, Clyde brother Eddie died 1-28; Crews, Cuba drowned 3-24; Crews, Eddie died 1-28; Crews, Fireman Horace Edward visits family 2-18; Crews, Hardy H. son Horace Edward, Navy visits 2-18; Crews, J.M. Mason 1-7; Crews, Julius E. met up with brother in England 7-21; Crews, Leila teacher 8-25; Crews, Lois father died 1-28; Crews, Luther brother Eddie died 1-28; Crews, Martha graduates 4-14; Crews, Melton head of War Fund Drive, Racepond 10-13; Crews, Miss Lucille father died 1-28; Crews, Mrs Jessie War Fund Drive 10-13; Crews, Mrs. Isabel brother Ezekiel to visit 12-8; Crews, Mrs. Isabelle W. sister of Ezekiel Layton 1-7; Crews, Nathan arrives in England safely 12-1; Crews, Noah son Eddie died 1-28; Crews, Porter brother Eddie died 1-28; Crews, Pratt brother Eddie died 1-28; Crews, Zilphia graduates 4-14; Crews, Zilphia Meth Fund Drive 9-1; Crowzier, , Mrs. Cloie sister Hattie died 1-7; Crowzier, Mrs. Millie sister Hattie died 1-7; Crutches for broken leg humorous piece 10-20; Cushing, Mrs. E.A. sister Ada married 2-4.

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Daddy, “Yes, I Love My Dad” poem by James M. Altman 6-16; Dasher, Bernard had new baby girl Peggy Elaine 3-24; Dasher, Peggy Elaine new baby girl for Bernard Dashers 3-24; Davis, Mrs. H.J. Miss Cox lives at her boarding house 6-9; Davis, Mrs. Myrtle father died 12-22; Davis, Ruby Beatrice married 12-8; Dedwood, William died 1-14; Dell’s Orchestra played for dance 9-1; Dinkins, Ruth Farm Bureau 9-1; Dinkins, Theo city council 3-10; Dinkins, Theo named to post-war planning committee 8-11; Dinkins, Theo on city council 12-1; Dinkins, Theo Treas. Farm Bureau 9-1; Dinkins, Theo VP Lions Club 5-26; Dionne quintuplets ten years old, get pony 6-2; Dobbs, Ira card of thanks for help with his foot 7-14; Dorsey, Mrs. Emma sister Hattie died 1-7; Dowling, J. sister Minnie Lee died 1-21; Dowling, Miss Kate sister of Oscar Dowling 1-7; Dowling, Mrs. Emma daughter Minnie Lee Knabb died 1-21; Dowling, Nancy O’Quinn mother of Oscar Dowling 1-7 ; Dowling, Oscar died 1-7; Dowling, Paul C. father of Oscar Dowling 1-7; Dowling, Sgt. Ira brother of Oscar Dowling 1-7; Dowling, W.E. sister Minnie Lee died 1-21; Draft Board No men called for October draft 9-22; Draft Board number of men called since beginning of War 9-22; Drake, George C. son Lynn marries 6-23; Drake, Lynn marries 6-23; Drury, Mrs. Gertrude Walker died 12-15; Drury, Mrs. Lomie Elizabeth died 12-22; Dunnaway, Ed sister Hattie died 1-7; Dunnaway, Jack sister Hattie died 1-7.

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Elder, Betty Jane brother Curtis died 3-17; Elder, C.C. grandson Curtis died 3-17; Elder, Curtis J. infant son of J.N. Elder died 3-17; Elder, J.N. infant son Curtis died 3-17; Ellis, E. Kearnes married 11-10; Ellis, G.W. son E.K. married 11-10; English, Joseph Carlton married 9-8; Entertainment dance at Moniac school 12-1; Entertainment Labor Day Picnic 9-1; Eunice, Barbara her father died 6-9; Eunice, Carl his brother Walter died 6-9; Eunice, Cleo her father died 6-9; Eunice, Elmer his brother Walter died 6-9; Eunice, George his brother Walter died 6-9; Eunice, Henry his brother Walter died 6-9; Eunice, J.L. his brother Walter died 6-9; Eunice, Joe his brother Walter died 6-9; Eunice, Laurelle her father died 6-9; Eunice, Marguerite to be baptized at church 7-14; Eunice, Robert father died 6-9; Eunice, Walter Lowell died 6-9.

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Farm Bureau sponsors B-B-Q 9-1; Farm Bureau organized 9-1; Five and Ten Cent Store opened by E.R. Lott 3-24; Fleming Hospital Little Frances Stapleton born there 11-17; Fleming, Dr. A. president Lions Club 2-11; Fleming, Dr. A., city health officer, urges mosquito control 7-28; Fleming, Mrs. A. church building fund 9-29; Fletcher, E.C. Sgt. at Arms, American Legion 6-2; Florida old-age assistance raised 8-4; Floyd, Mrs. Charles mother died 1-21; Floyds Island, caretaker Spaulding died 1-7; Folkston city election 12-8; Folkston Ice and Cold Storage to open in a week 10-13; Folkston, city of annual election 12-1; Folkston, city of wire fence to be put all around town 7-14; Folkston, city of increased water rates 6-9; Folkston, city of Wm. Mizell resigns as mayor 3-3; Folkston, city of. water rates, animal pound 7-7.

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G.I. Bill of Rights explained at holiday picnic 9-1; G.I. Bill of Rights John Gibson to explain them 11-10; Galford, Okie has new baby girl Ruby 9-22; Gardner, Mrs. T.J. her daddy died 12-22; Garrison, Earl postmaster moved post office 12-1; Garrison, Mrs. Earl to be baptized at church 7-14; Gay, Albert visiting home folks 7-28; Gay, Brantley son Albert visiting home 7-28; Gay, Mrs. C.A. father E.C. Kennison died 8-11; George, Hugh D. armed service, promoted 8-25; George, Hugh Dorsey visits here 9-15; Gibbs, Ernest shot and killed by Fred Jackson 3-10; Gibson, Charles H. Farm Bureau 9-1; Gibson, Congressman John S. to speak over radio 11-10; Gibson, George Russell brand new baby boy 7-14; Gibson, Glynn new baby boy named George Russell 7-14; Gibson, Jewell B. teacher 5-5; Gibson, John S. son Marvin received MD degree from Duke 5-5; Gibson, Lamar won state-wide essay contest 5-19; Gibson, Lanier Princess, Halloween carnival 11-3; Gibson, Leston R. awarded Good Conduct Medal 10-27; Gibson, Lois Marcelle married 5-26; Gibson, Lt. Marvin M. received M.D. degree from Duke U. 5-5; Gibson, Marjorie teacher 8-25; Gibson, Mrs. Teacher 8-25; Gibson, Oleta Merle Princess, Halloween carnival 11-3; Gibson, Ray awarded Good Conduct Medal 10-27; Gibson, S.G. son Leston R. awarded medal 10-27; Gibson, W.E. daughter Lois Marcelle married 5-26; Gilbert, F.J. church building fund 9-29; Gilbert, Mrs. F.J. Home Dem. Club 10-20; Gilbert, Rev. F.J. chairman Red Cross 6-23; Gill, Mrs. Belle mother died 9-15; Gill, Mrs. Hattie Cooner brother George died 6-9; Goethe Lumber Co. set up sawmill, never used it, torn down 10-13; Gowen, Andrew G. son Clayton killed in action 8-11; Gowen, Andrew, police officer, to put animal pound in his yard 7-7; Gowen, Annie Pearl [Page] had new baby boy Larry 10-27; Gowen, Barney injured in auto accident 8-18; Gowen, Baynard home on leave 10-20; Gowen, Cecil brother, Clayton killed in action 8-11; Gowen, Clayton killed in action 8-11; Gowen, Clifton church building fund 9-29; Gowen, Clifton Meth Fund Drive 9-1; Gowen, Donna Louise is brand new baby girl 11-24; Gowen, E. Clyde Marines, home for visit 3-3; Gowen, G.R. son Baynard home on leave 10-20; Gowen, George R., Jr. city attorney 12-1; Gowen, George Rhoan Prince, Halloween carnival 11-3; Gowen, George Rhoan church building fund 9-29; Gowen, Harold receives special combat award 9-15; Gowen, J.V., Jr. infant daughter Sandra died 9-8; Gowen, J.V., Jr. named to post-war planning committee 8-11; Gowen, Jane studying to be Nurse 11-17; Gowen, Jane to enter nurse cadet corps 1-28; Gowen, Louis brother, Clayton killed in action 8-11; Gowen, Mrs. B.B. daughter Jane to enter nurse cadet corps 1-28; Gowen, Mrs. B.B. teacher 5-5; Gowen, Mrs. B.B. teacher 8-25; Gowen, Randal new baby girl, Donna Louise 11-24; Gowen, Sandra died 9-8; Gowen, Sheppard brother Clayton killed in action 8-11; Gowen, Sidney Harold gets rations, supplies to troops in mountains 12-1; Gowen, Tommy Prince, Halloween carnival 11-3; Grainger, L.P. encounter with James Altman 12-22; Green, Clyde killed in action 8-18; Green, Mrs. Geraldine hit by lightning, lives thru experience 9-8; Green, Mrs. Maude her brother George died 6-9; Green, Simon P. son Clyde killed in action 8-18; Greene, Douglas Carlyle married 2-4; Greene, J.L. son married 2-4; Griffin, Albert killed in auto accident 10-20; Griffin, Louis son Albert killed in auto accident 10-20; Griner, R.B. son in law killed in action in France 9-8; Groover, Mrs. Willie Mae to be baptized at church 7-14; Guinn, Mrs. Harold her mother Mrs. Walker died 10-13; Guinn, Mrs. J.C. father died 12-22; Guy, Fred Devant Purvis visits them 9-15.

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Haddock Pressing Club used to be in Wade Block 5-19; Haddock, Mattie [Rogers] died 6-30; Haddock, Billy Meth Fund Drive 9-1; Haddock, Mr. J.S. joins Methodist Church 6-23; Haddock,. J.S., Jr. Meth Fund Drive 9-1; Hall, Dale Wallace is brand new baby boy 12-1; Hall, Ronal to be baptized at church 7-14; Hall, Winston has new baby boy 12-1; Hannaford, J.O. Chaplain, American Legion 6-2; Hannaford, J.O. Mason 1-7; Hannaford, Mrs. Teacher 8-25; Hannaford, Mrs. J.O. teacher 5-5; Harper, Bobby, Halloween Carnival Prince 11-3; Harper, Dr. Francis studying wildlife at Swamp 8-18; Harrell, Alvin wounded in action 6-2; Harrell, McKinley brother Alvin wounded in action 6-2; Harrelson, Haynes W. sister Jessie Mae married 9-22; Harrelson, Jessie Mae married 9-22; Harris, Carl Prince, Halloween carnival 11-3; Harris, Curtis Prince, Halloween carnival 11-3; Harris, John led opening of schools 9-8; Harris, John Lions Club president 5-26; Harris, John lost election for school supt. 3-3; Harris, John officer Red Cross 6-23; Harris, John Secretary Lions Club 5-26; Harris, John to send out monthly bulletin for Lions Club members 7-21; Harris, Mrs. John Home Dem. Club 10-20; Harrison, Kenneth Meth Fund Drive 9-1; Harrison, R. Ward selected as Ga. delegate to Dem. Nat. Conv. In Chicago 7-21; Harrison, R. Ward chrm Church Building Fund 9-29; Harrison, R.Ward, owner Charlton County Herald 1-7; Harrison, Yvonne Princess, Halloween carnival 11-3; Harvey, J.E. on vacation, plans fish fry for friends 6-23; Harvey, Mrs. J.E. brother, Clarence died 5-5; Hathaway, David enlists Navy 1-7; Hathaway, H.H. mother died 9-15; Hathaway, J.A. mother died 9-15; Hathaway, J.H. widow Mary E. died 9-15; Hathaway, Juanita to be baptized at church 7-14; Hathaway, Mary E. Cason died 9-15; Hatton, D.M. daughter Mildred married 1-14; Hatton, Mildred married 1-14; Haywood, Timothy on federal jury 12-15; Hebard interests, caretaker Spaulding died 1-7; Hebard, D.L. gave pension to W.R. Spaulding 1-7; Henderson, Sarah [Hodges} mother of new baby boy 6-2; Hendrix, Louise graduates 4-14; Hercules Camp Walter L. Eunice died there 6-9; Hercules Co. Gene Williams worked for them 12-8; Hercules Powder Co. J.M. Vickers worked there before War 11-17; Herrin, Carl joins Navy 6-2; Herrin, Everett injured at work 2-18; Herrin, Everett son Carl joins Navy 6-2; Herrin, Faye Princess, Halloween carnival 11-3; Herrin, Pauline graduates 4-14; Hickox, I.T. grandson Curtis died 3-17; Hickox, Paul injured in auto accident 8-18; Hiers, Allan niece Linda Pearl died 11-17; Hiers, Claude niece Linda Pearl died 11-17; Hiers, Dallas sister Linda Pearl died 11-17; Hiers, J.L. granddaughter Linda Pearl died 11-17; Hiers, Little Linda Pearl died 11-17; Hiers, M.D. little daughter Linda Pearl died 11-17; Hiers, Myra Jean sister Linda Pearl died 11-17; Higginbotham, Dora Lee hostess for meeting at school 10-20; Hinson, J.B. Ad , for sale: 21 houses near Folkston 10-13; Hinson, J.B. on Scout committee 12-1; Hinson, J.B. sought 21 new houses to be torn down 10-13; Hinson, J.B. to open cold storage plant in a week 10-13; Hinson, Nancy Christmas cantata 12-22; Hoats, Rev. W.B. resigns Folk Bap Church pastor 1-7; Hodges, Alex rented home destroyed by fire 11-24; Hodges, Charlie residence destroyed by fire 11-24; Hodges, Edward B. had new baby boy 6-2; Hodges, Juanita Princess Halloween carnival 11-3; Hodges, V.A. has new grandson 6-2; Holt, Avener now serving in US Army Paratroops. 8-25; Home Dem. Clubs met 10-20; Homeland Home Dem Club had meeting 10-20; Homeland post office moved near Garrison home 12-1; Honaher, Elizabeth married 11-10; Honaher, Leonard daughter Elizabeth married 11-10; Hopkins, Jewell Meth Fund Drive 9-1; Hopkins, Mrs. Alva Christmas cantata 12-22; Hopkins, Mrs. Alva church building fund 9-29; Hospital Dr. McCoy buys Sawyer hospital 4-7; Hospital, Fleming Little Frances Stapleton born 11-17; Hospital, McCoy new equipment 8-4; Howard, G.L. mother died 1-7; Howard, George C. wife Hattie died 1-7; Howard, Gladys mother died 1-7; Howard, Gordie mother died 1-7; Howard, Howell mother died 1-7; Howard, Mrs. Hattie Lou died 1-7; Howard, Mrs. S.M. officer Red Cross 6-23; Howard, Pfc. James Osworth patient in Atlanta hospital 7-28; Howard, R.A. mother died 1-7; Howard, S.M. school trustee 12-15; Huling, Ben home on leave 10-6; Huling, Cleo Meth Fund Drive 9-1; Huling, Cleo officer Red Cross 6-23; Huling, Dock little daughter died 6-9; Huling, Joe enlists Navy 1-7; Huling, Merlyn graduates as registered nurse 8-25; Huling, Mrs. Herbert mother died 1-21; Huling, Mrs. J.O. daughter Merlyn is registered nurse 8-25; Huling, W.L., Jr. his Flying Fortress went on 85th mission 10-20; Huling, W.L., Jr. mentioned in AP article in Atlanta paper 10-20; Huling, W.L., Jr. promoted to Staff Sgt. 11-10; Hurst Restaurant closed. Connected with bus lines which also closed. 7-28; Hurst, W.R. to open restaurant in Folkston 5-19; Hurst’s CafÈ opens in Folkston 5-19.

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Infantile Paralysis season again, how to guard against 7-14; Ivey, Mrs. W.R. mother died 9-15; Jackson, Fred shot and killed Ernest Gibbs 3-10; Jacobs, James Perry married 12-8; Johns, Jake died 1-7; Johns, Mrs. B.D. sister of Oscar Dowling 1-7; Johns, Ruby Princess, Halloween carnival 11-3; Johnson, Clinton L. died 12-22; Johnson, E. H. Pres. Farm Bureau 9-1; Johnson, E.H. church building fund 9-29; Johnson, Gertrude W. candidate for city clerk 12-1; Johnson, Guy L. grandmother Rogers died 6-30; Johnson, H. Russell city council 3-10; Johnson, Harley Clinton father died 12-22; Johnson, Harry Farm Bureau 9-1; Johnson, Harry school trustee 12-15; Johnson, Henry new baby boy born 5-26; Johnson, Henry officer Red Cross 6-23; Johnson, Herman grandmother Rogers died 6-30; Johnson, J.W. Mother Mattie Rogers died 6-30; Johnson, James Clyde father died 12-22; Johnson, James Henry, Jr. name of brand new baby 5-26; Johnson, Kate K. teacher 5-5; Johnson, Margaret Williams husband died 12-22; Johnson, Mrs. Teacher 8-25; Johnson, Mrs. B.S. officer Red Cross 6-23; Johnson, Norris Prince, Halloween carnival 11-3; Johnson, Roswald graduates 4-14; Johnson, Roswald grandmother Rogers died 6-30; Johnson, Russell candidate for city council 12-1; Johnson, W.T. Adjutant American Legion 6-2; Johnson, W.T. chief of police 12-1; Johnston, Susie teacher 5-5; Johnston, Susie teacher 8-25; Jones, Donald graduates 4-14; Jones, Hilda M. teacher 5-5; Jones, J.C. died in house that caught on fire 12-29; Jones, Kathryn teacher 8-25; Jones, Kathryn R. teacher 5-5; Jones, Kirby receives purple heart award 12-8; Jones, Mrs. Teacher 8-25; Jones, Mrs. Kathryn Meth Fund Drive 9-1; Jones, Mrs. Kirby Christmas cantata 12-22; Jones, Mrs. W.D. Home Dem. Club 10-20; Jones, Pfc Kirby stationed in New Guinea 2-25; Jones, Robert grandson Donald Roddenberry wounded in action 9-8; Jones, Ronald marries 6-23; Jones, W.D. on Scout committee 12-1; Jones, W.D. Farm Bureau 9-1; Jones, W.D. Lion Tamer of Lions Club 5-26.

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Kendrick, Donald graduates 4-14; Kendrick, Donald Lee to report to Air Force 1-21; Kennison, Albert father died 8-11; Kennison, B.W. has eight-day mantel clock for sale 10-27; Kennison, Ernest C. “Tip” died 8-11; Kennison, L.H. father died 8-11; Kennison, Seaborn father died 8-11; Kight, J.H. Prince, Halloween carnival 11-3; Kirkland, Bobby graduates 4-14; Knabb, G. Carl mother died 1-21; Knabb, L. wife died 1-21; Knabb, Mary grandmother Knabb died 1-21; Knabb, Miss Gertrude mother died 1-21; Knabb, Mrs. Minnie Lee Dowling died 1-21; Knabb, Mrs. Ralph officer Red Cross 6-23; Knabb, Ralph War Fund Drive 10-13; Knabb, Ralph E. mother died 1-21; Knabb, Ralph Lawson grandmother Knabb died 1-21; Knowles, Alfred mother died 1-21; Knowles, Ernest mother died 1-21; Knowles, Jerry mother died 1-21; Knowles, Levi mother died 1-21; Knowles, Mamie has new baby girl Ruby Galford 9-22; Knowles, Mrs. Annie E. died 1-21; Ku Klux Klan disbanded 6-9.

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Labor Day picnic 9-1 ; Lambert Daught killed in auto accident 11-24; Lambert, Phibia “Daught” killed in auto accident 11-24; Land, Gladys married 5-26; Land, R.G. daughter married 5-26; Layton, Pvt. Ezekiel good conduct medal 1-7; Layton, Mrs. O.W. Home Dem. Club 10-20; Leckie, Mrs. T.E. Home Dem. Club 10-20; Leighton, O.W. church building fund 9-29; Lewis, C.H. installed refrigeration unit to store 7-7; Lewis, C.H. calls his store “The Friendly Corner” 7-28; Lewis, C.H. enlists in Navy 4-7; Lewis, C.H. manager Suwannee Store 3-3; Lewis, Carolyn Princess, Halloween carnival 11-3; Lewis, Laverne Princess, Halloween carnival 11-3; Lions Club sponsors clean-up and rat-killing campaign 12-1; Lions Club to receive monthly bulletin by John Harris 7-21; Lions Club has “Georgia Products meal” 12-1; Lions Club presented charter 2-11; Lions Club project to get tolls taken off Burnt Fort bridge 5-5; Lions Club clean up campaign suspended, too cold 12-15; Lions Club nominated officers for new year 5-26; Lipetzsky, C.J. son Vincent marries 6-23; Lipetzsky, Vincent Albert marries 6-23; Littlefield, Kemp visits home 9-15; Littlefield, Pvt. David visits family 2-25; Littlefield, Sgt. David awarded Air Medal 7-28; Littlefield, Sgt. David completed training 5-5; Littlefield, Warren Chandler gets two enemy aircraft in one day 9-22; Lloyd, Bernie daughter Patricia married 9-8; Lloyd, Mack Custodian, American Legion 6-2; Lloyd, Patricia married 9-8; Lloyd, R.M. Duce lived at New York Camp 2-4; Lott Five and Ten Cent Store moves to east side of town 12-8; Lott, E.R. opened Five and Ten Cent Store 3-24; Lott, Mr. to establish 5 and 10 cent store 1-21; Lowther, O.K. completes radio, tv course 4-14; Lupo, Mrs. Dadie sister Hattie died 1-7.

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Majors, L.D. part owner of City Market 7-7; Majors, Mrs. L.D. Christmas cantata 12-22; Mallard, L.E. Mason 1-7; Mallard, L.E. notice about paying poll tax 2-11 ; Mallard, L.E. notice about poll tax receipts 2-25; Mallard, L.E. officer Red Cross 6-23; Mallard, L.E. Tail-Twister Lions Club 5-26; Marr, Clyde father died 1-14; Marr, Euley brother Horace died 1-14; Marr, Horace J. died 1-14; Marr, Leo father died 1-14; Marr, Odis brother Horace died 1-14; Marr, Ray brother Horace died 1-14; Marr, Roy brother Horace died 1-14; Masonic Lodge, Folkston, elects officers 1-7; Matthews, Mrs. W.L. daughter Ruth marries 6-23; Mattox, J.H. Tucker reopens store 3-3; Mattox, Miss Vinnie Home Dem. Club 10-20; Mattox, Mrs. Jesse Home Dem. Club 10-20; Mays, Dick brother Jack joins Navy 10-13; Mays, Jack joins Navy 10-13; Mays, Jack visits brother Dick in Tampa 7-21; Mays, Mrs. H.J. visits son Richard in Tampa 7-21; Mays, Mrs. Naomi son Jack joins Navy 10-13; Mays, Pvt. Richard mother and brother visit in Tamps 7-21; Mays, Richard stationed in China 9-1; McCoy Clinic Dale Wallace Hall born there 12-1; McCoy, Dr. W.R. bought new equipment for hospital 8-4; McCoy, Dr. W.R. buys Sawyer home and hospital 4-7; McCoy, Dr. W.R. had new wonder drug, penicillin 6-9; McCrimmon, Dorothy resigned as Home Dem Agent 5-5; McHan, Morris Prince, Halloween carnival 11-3; McHan, Warden W.N. head of convict camp 2-11; McKendree, Barbara Meth Fund Drive 9-1; McKendree, Mrs. Jimmie Lee to be baptized at church 7-14; McKnight, Cooter fatally shot 1-7; McLean, Freddie Prince, Halloween carnival 11-3; McLean, Helen studying to be Nurse 11-17; McLean, Vanice graduates 4-14; McQueen, A.S. Judge Advocate American Legion 6-2; McQueen, Bill stationed in Hawaiian Islands 11-3; McQueen, Col. A.S. married Hatton-Mizell 1-14; McQueen, Lynette Halloween Carnival Princess 11-3; McQueen, William A. stationed in Mariana Islands 12-1; Merkle, Mrs. August father John Sikes died 3-10; Mills, James Woodrow in Army 5-12; Mills, Mrs. Lizzie son James Woodrow in Army 5-12; Mizell, Albert T. died 8-18; Mizell, Billy Meth Fund Drive 9-1; Mizell, E.M. Meth Fund Drive 9-1; Mizell, Ed daughter Myrtle married 8-18; Mizell, Frances Christmas cantata 12-22; Mizell, Frances Meth Fund Drive 9-1; Mizell, J.D. bridge-keeper at Burnt Fort Bridge 5-5; Mizell, J.P., Sr. son Alton married 1-14; Mizell, Madria Meth Fund Drive 9-1; Mizell, Mildred teacher 8-25; Mizell, Mrs. John son John Robert Cooper died 8-25; Mizell, Mrs. Joseph P. 2 grandsons in service [Stewart] 12-22; Mizell, Mrs. Mildred H. teacher 5-5; Mizell, Mrs. William, treasurer church building fund 9-29; Mizell, Myrtle married 8-18; Mizell, O.C. school trustee 12-15; Mizell, O.C. Treasurer American Legion 6-2; Mizell, O.C. Meth Fund Drive 9-1; Mizell, Ophelia Princess, Halloween carnival 11-3; Mizell, Sarah Kathryn Meth Fund Drive 9-1; Mizell, Sarah Kathryn to teach school in N.C. 9-8; Mizell, Sgt. Alton married 1-14; Mizell, Shorty Meth Fund Drive 9-1; Mizell, William candidate for city council 12-1; Mizell, William Mason 1-7; Mizell, William resigns as Folkston mayor 3-3; Mizell, William tire theft 5-5; Mizell, William treasurer Lions Club 5-26; Moore, E.J. graduated St. George 5-19; Morgan, John C. is new baby boy 9-8; Morgan, Mrs. J.S. has new baby boy 9-8; Murray, FitzHugh milk cows for sale 4-21.

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Nemeth, Frank died 4-28; New York Camp burns down 2-4; Newspaper, no Christmas ads, stores couldn’t get merchandise 12-22; Nicholson, Mrs. Willye teacher 8-25; Nicholson, Mrs. Willye J. teacher 5-5; Nipper, Mrs. Eliza brother Solomon died 2-25; Nixon, Eddie Prince, Halloween carnival 11-3; Nobles, Hazel has new baby boy Clifford Gary Rogers 9-22; Nobles, Pauline graduates 4-14; Norman, Mrs. Leslie War Fund Drive 10-13; Norman, Pvt. William A. grad as aircraft mechanic 1-7.

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O’Berry, Mrs. R.L. father E.C. Kennison died 8-11; O’Quinn, Clarence met brother in Australia 6-23; O’Quinn, George met brother in Australia 6-23; O’Quinn, H.L. has 2 sons who found one another in Australia 6-23; O’Quinn, Mrs. S.A. mother died 12-15; Osteen, Fitzgerald died 10-20.

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Page, D.L. had new baby boy 10-27; Page, Franklin Lawrence is brand new baby boy 10-27; Parker, B. owner of telephone system, repairing storm damage 10-27; Passieu, C.J. candidate for mayor 12-1; Passieu, C.J. Mayor to sound siren when D-Day begins 4-28; Passieu, C.J. Mayor pro-tem when Mayor Wm. Mizell resigns 3-3; Passieu, C.J. Mayor, calls for celebration on V-Day 9-15; Passieu, C.J. sounded siren on D-Day 6-9; Passieu, C.J. takes over as Mayor 3-10; Passieu, Louie awarded air medal for outstanding service 12-1; Passieu, Mrs. C.J. War Fund Drive 10-13; Peace, Walter encounter with James Altman 12-22; Pearce, Eugene memorial service, Methodist Church 8-18; Pearce, Bernice car stolen, tires stolen 5-5; Pearce, Bernice Christmas cantata 12-22; Pearce, Bernice conducted Christmas cantata [probably first one for Charlton] 12-29; Pearce, Betty brother Gene killed in action 8-11; Pearce, Betty Meth Fund Drive 9-1; Pearce, Eugene Purple Heart awarded to him 10-27; Pearce, Gene wounded in action in Italy 7-28; Pearce, J.B. memorial service for son, Eugene 8-18; Pearce, J.B. son Oscar Eugene killed in action 8-11; Pearce, J.B., Sr. son Gene wounded in action 7-28; Pearce, James B., Jr. brother Gene killed in action 8-11; Pearce, Marion car, tires stolen 5-5; Pearce, Marion teacher 5-5; Pearce, Marion teacher 8-25; Pearce, Oscar Eugene killed in action 8-11; Pearce, Pvt. Gene visits here 1-7; Penicillin, new wonder drug, available thru Dr. McCoy 6-9; Petty, Barbara Ann M. son Corbett killed 8-4; Petty, Colonel died 3-17; Petty, Corbett W. killed in train accident 8-4; Petty, Heck son Corbett killed 8-4; Petty, Leon brother Corbett killed 8-4; Petty, O.S. brother Corbett killed 8-4; Petty, Seaborn brother Corbett killed 8-4; Petty, Talmadge brother Corbett killed 8-4; Petty, Wilmer brother Corbett killed 8-4; Pickren, Jean Christmas cantata 12-22; Pickren, S.L. Prince, Halloween carnival 11-3; Pickren, S.L. to be baptized at church 7-14; Pickren, S.L. Want ad, selling syrup bottles at grand-daddy’s 11-17; Pickren, V.J. owns Blue Willow CafÈ 12-15; Pickren, W.W. on Scout committee 12-1; Pickren, W.W. named to post-war planning committee 8-11; Pickren, W.W. school trustee 12-15; Player, Marguerite Princess, Halloween carnival 11-3; Player, Mrs. Mary officer Red Cross 6-23; Player, R.E. on Scout committee 12-1; Player, R.E. Post Commander, American Legion 6-2; Player, R.E. employed Albert Griffin 10-20; Pleasants, Mrs. Louie daughter of Mrs. Rosa Robinson 9-15; Polio Cases delayed opening of Cook County schools 9-8; Polio. Polio season again 7-14; Poll tax LE Mallard says must pay before voting 2-11; Poll tax receipt needed in order to vote 2-25; Post Office Homeland moved near Garrison home 12-1; Post office rates for stamps increased to 3 cents 3-10; Powell, Dorothy Meth Fund Drive 9-1; Powell, M.E. 3 pigs shut up in his yard, looking for owner 6-30; Powell, Morris, Jr. Meth Fund Drive 9-1; Prescott, Leila married 11-10; Prescott, Mrs. J.M. son Paul Proctor wounded in action 6-9; Prescott, Mrs. Mary daughter Leila married 11-10; Prescott, Mrs. Mary son Paul Proctor married 11-10; Prescott, Mrs. O.M. son Proctor visiting 7-28; Prescott, Paul Proctor married 11-10; Prescott, Paul Proctor seriously wounded in action 6-9; Prescott, Proctor visits home folks 7-28; Prescott, Pvt. Homer visits family 2-25; Prevatt, Barbara Neal working in drug store 6-2; Prevatt, J.A. school trustee 12-15; Purvis, Cadet Devant Sharpshooter Medal 1-21; Purvis, Devant to teach new pilots to fly 10-6; Purvis, Devant visits here 9-15.

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Quarterman, Mrs. Harvin brother, Clayton, killed in action 8-11; Quick, C.H. son Harry stationed in New Guinea 12-1; Quick, Harry stationed in New Guinea. 12-1.

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Raulerson, Evelyn graduated St. George 5-19; Raynor, O.E. owned New York Camp 2-4; Red Cross committee prepared 288 overseas kits for soldiers 4-7; Red Cross needs volunteers to make soldier kits 5-19; Red Cross new officers 6-23; Renfroe, Mrs. Myrtle Christmas cantata 12-22; Renfroe, Myrtle teacher 8-25; Renfroe, Myrtle P. teacher 5-5; Rewis, Sarah graduated St. George 5-19; Riggins, James visiting friends 12-15; Ritz Theater Jack Mays has been film operator 10-13; Roberts, Mrs. L.E. officer Red Cross 6-23; Robinson, Bobby graduates 4-14; Robinson, Bobby joins Navy 6-2; Robinson, J.S. has new baby boy 6-9; Robinson, Jackie Meth Fund Drive 9-1; Robinson, John Sydney, Jr. is brand new baby boy 6-9; Robinson, Miss Essie daughter of Mrs. Rosa Robinson 9-15; Robinson, Rosa Wilson moves to N.C. 9-15; Robinson, Sidney tire theft 5-5; Robinson, W.H. grandson Myron joins Merchant Marines 9-15; Roddenberry, Donald G. wounded in action 9-8; Roddenberry, John M. widow died 9-22; Roddenberry, Mrs. Elizabeth Welker died 9-22; Roddenberry, Mrs. J.D. teacher 5-5; Roddenberry, Mrs. J.D. teacher 8-25; Roddenberry, Ruth marries 6-23; Rogers, Clifford have new baby boy Clifford Gary 9-22; Rogers, John widow died 6-30; Rogers, Mrs. A. Home Dem. Club 10-20; Rogers, Mrs. Mattie Haddock died 6-30; Roosevelt, President F.D. Charlton re-elects him 11-10; Ruskin, Mrs. Ellene Home Dem. Club 10-20; Russell, Raymond Idell married 11-10.

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Sanderson, Mrs. Jim mother died 1-21; Sands, Inez graduated St. George 5-19; Sardis Home Dem Club had meeting 10-20; Savery, Mrs. Nettie Cooner brother George died 6-9; Sawmill plant set up, never used, tore down 10-13; Sawyer, Dr. James L. awarded bronze star medal 12-8; Sawyer, Dr. James L. promoted to Major 7-21; Sawyer, Dr. James L. sold home and hospital to McCoy 4-7; School, bus driver O.K. Lowther is driver 4-14; School, Ch Co High Graduation list 4-14; School, Cook County Polio cases delayed opening 9-8; School, Folk attendance stats 9-8; School, Folk. Halloween carnival Prince, Princess 11-3; School, Folkston teachers named 5-5; School, Folkston new principal, Mr. W.L. Bowen 7-14; School, Folkston Teachers for new year 8-25; School, Moniac dance Friday night 12-1; School, St. George graduation 5-19; School. Folkston schools opened with Bobby Squirrel story 9-8; Schools census of school to be taken by teachers 12-15; Schools, closed for spring vacation and planting victory gardens 3-10; Schools, Board of Ed chose teachers for new year 5-5; Schools, trustees to be elected 12-15; Scott brothers meet in Pacific area 10-27; Scott, C.M. two sons met in Pacific in Navy 10-27; Scott, C.M. son Myron joins Merchant Marines 9-15; Scott, Carl, Jr. met his brother Malcolm in the Pacific area 10-27; Scott, Malcolm met his brother Carl in the Pacific area 10-27; Scott, Mary teacher 5-5; Scott, Mrs. Teacher 8-25; Scott, Myron joined Merchant Marines 9-15; Scott, Thomas, Jr. Meth Fund Drive 9-1; Sears, Imogene son Harold Browning wounded in action 6-30; Sears, Imogene teacher 5-5; Sears, Mrs. Teacher 8-25; Sears, Mrs. Imogene son Harold awarded Purple Heart 9-8; Sears, Mrs. Imogene son Harold has surgery in England 7-28; Shipyard, Bwk., Ralph Burch awarded $100.00 for labor saving idea 6-2; Shivar, E.W. daughter Marguerite married 8-11; Shivar, Elsie Marguerite married Cody Creel 8-11; Shivar, Marguerite graduates 4-14; Sikes, Bobbie Ruth hostess for meeting at school 10-20; Sikes, Bobby Ruth Meth Fund Drive 9-1; Sikes, Dan M. father died 3-10; Sikes, Dean R. father died 3-10; Sikes, J.O. daughter Jackie marries 6-23; Sikes, J.O. wins election for sheriff 3-3; Sikes, Jacquelyn Eleanor marries 6-23; Sikes, John M. died 3-10; Sikes, Mary Connie Princess, Halloween carnival 11-3; Sikes, Wendell father died 3-10; Simmons, Mrs. Ida sister Hattie died 1-7; Smart, Col. J. Edwin prisoner of war in Germany 6-30; Smart, Major Edwin West Point graduate, killed in action 5-19; Smart, Roadmaster son Edwin killed in action 5-19; Smart, W.E. son Edwin is POW in Germany 6-30; Smith, Annette Salutatorian, graduated St. Geo. 5-19; Smith, Bennie home on leave 10-6; Smith, Dan married 8-11; Smith, Jake Prince Halloween carnival 11-3; Smith, Mrs. Susie mother died 9-15; Smith, Mrs. W.S. Home Dem. Meeting 10-20; Smith, Olin H. killed, auto accident 8-4; Smith, William S. candidate for Supt. of Schools 1-21; Smith, William S. to serve as Scoutmaster 12-1; Smith, William S. won election for school supt. 3-3; Solomon, Margie to be baptized at church 7-14; Solomon, Marjorie Christmas cantata 12-22; South Ga. Grocery Co. Suwannee Store in Folkston 3-3; Southwell, Betty Christmas cantata 12-22; Southwell, J.B. named to post-war planning committee 8-11; Southwell, J.B. on Scout committee 12-1; Southwell, J.B. to be baptized at church 7-14; Southwell, John councilman 12-1; Southwell, John B. city council 3-10; Spaulding, William R. died 1-7; Spence, Gilbert G. receives special battlefield commendation 7-7; Spencer, John shot, killed Robert Stafford 5-5; Spivey, Dempsey married 8-18; Stafford, Robert shot, killed 5-5; Stapleton, tire theft 5-5; Stapleton, C. Pearce has new baby girl Frances 11-17; Stapleton, E.B. candidate for councilman 12-1; Stapleton, E.B. city council 3-10; Stapleton, E.B. Mason 1-7; Stapleton, E.B. VP Lions Club 5-26; Stapleton, Frances Hazel, brand new baby, born Fleming Hospital 11-17; Stapleton, Kathleen working at Camp Stewart 11-3; Stapleton, Mrs. E.B. chairman committee to make Red Cross kits 5-19; Stapleton, Mrs. E.B. committee chrm of Red Cross 4-7; Stapleton, Mrs. E.B. officer Red Cross 6-23; Stewart, D.L. daughter Mary Lou married 5-5; Stewart, D.L. son Junior Stewart’s picture in Times Union 1-21; Stewart, Domingo L., Jr. picture in Times Union 1-21; Stewart, Domingo Layton, Jr. promoted to Sgt. 7-21; Stewart, Domingo Layton, Jr. visiting home 12-8; Stewart, George J. son Oscar is safe in Dutch East Indies 12-22; Stewart, Mary Lou married 5-5; Stewart, Oscar E. arrived safely in Dutch East Indies 12-22; Stewart, Sgt. A.H. stationed in Mt. Home, Idaho 12-22; Stoker, Mrs. P.O. closes beauty shop 1-7; Stokes, Edwin, Army Air Corps visiting home folks 8-18; Stokes, Emily teacher 5-5; Stokes, Emily teacher 8-25; Stokes, Evelyn Valedictorian, graduated St. Geo. 5-19; Stokes, Geraldine teacher 5-5; Stokes, Geraldine teacher 8-25; Stokes, L.E. son Edwin visiting 8-18; Stokes, L.E. son Sgt. Edwin Stokes visiting 12-15; Stokes, Noah Vice Post Commander, American Legion 6-2; Stokes, Noah school trustee 12-15; Stokes, P.O. new Lions Club president 5-26; Stokes, P.O. on federal jury 12-15; Stokes, Sgt. Edwin on leave, visiting folks 12-15; Storm Kingsland highway under water 10-27; Storm damaged pecan crop 10 inches rain 10-27; Storm destructive to roads, bridges, pecan trees, etc 10-20; Stover, Joe to be baptized at church 7-14; Stowers, Mrs. B.H. mother Hattie Howard died 1-7; Strickland, Mrs. Robert her brother Walter died 6-9; Suggs, Lois graduated St. George 5-19; Suwannee Store, moves to new location, across railroad 3-3; Sykes, Mrs. C.A. father E.C. Kennison died 8-11.

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Taylor, Dr. J.S. joins Methodist Church 6-23; Taylor, Geraldine graduates 4-14; Taylor, J.S. Mason 1-7; Taylor, James Howard married 9-22; Taylor, Mrs. Ella sister Minnie Lee died 1-21; Taylor, Mrs. Hattie sister Minnie Lee died 1-21; Taylor, Thelma graduates 4-14; Telephone system storm damaged it 10-27; Templeton, Mrs. H.D. teacher 8-25; Thanksgiving Day George to have 2 holidays 9-29; Thomas, Freida Elizabeth married 8-11; Thomas, W.L. daughter Freida married 8-11; Thomas, W.L. lost election for sheriff 3-3; Thomas, W.L. on federal jury 12-15; Thomas, Wilbur 2 year old Jersey bull for sale 7-14; Thomas, Wilbur, Jr. joins Navy 6-2; Thompson, Evelyn Willette awarded diploma Reg. Nurse 4-14; Thompson, Bruce killed Farley Crawford, wounded severely 11-10; Thompson, Dr. W.D. daughter Jeannie to attend U of Ga. 9-15; Thompson, Dr. W.D. daughter Willette is registered nurse 4-14; Thompson, Dr. W.D. hear news first about D-Day 6-9; Thompson, Jeanie graduated Young Harris College 6-2; Thompson, Jeannie Meth Fund Drive 9-1; Thompson, Jeannie to attend U of Ga, Pharmacy School 9-15; Thompson, Kathryn Meth Fund Drive 9-1; Thompson, Mrs. Elizabeth Cooner brother George died 6-9; Thompson, Mrs. W.D. daughter Jeanie grad. college 6-2; Thompson, W.E. Service Officer, American Legion 6-2; Thompson, Willette completes registered nurse training 9-22; Threlkeld, Cumire Beatrice marries 6-23; Threlkeld, Onez C. daughter Cumire marries 6-23; Thrift, J.R. has over 40 missions with “Jolly Rogers”, bombing Japan 11-17; Thrift, M.D. Building new home in Winokur 11-24; Thrift, Mack D., Jr. Commander American Legion 6-2; Thrift, Mrs. J.R. son J.R., is pilot of B-24 bombing Japan 11-17; Thrift, Mrs. R.H. brother Corbett killed 8-4; Tillman, R.C., Mason 1-7; Tires, thefts of 5-5; Tracy, Ada Byron married 2-4; Tracy, Mrs. P.C. daughter Ada married 2-4; Tucker, J.H. reopens Mattox store 3-3; Tucker, Mrs. War Fund Drive 10-13; Tucker, Mrs. Lonnie officer Red Cross 6-23; Tyson, Betty graduated Young Harris College 6-2; Tyson, Betty, student nurse, visits home 12-22; Tyson, Johnnie attended grad. of sister Betty at college 6-2; Tyson, Mrs. John S. daughter Betty grad. college 6-2.

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Vickery, J.M. wounded in action in Germany 11-17; Vickery, Mary B. teacher 5-5; Vickery, Mrs. Teacher 8-25.

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Wade Block that’s what they called the old Arnold Hotel site 3-3; Wade Building new 5 & 10 cent store opened there 3-24; Wade Building to be repaired 1-21; Wainwright, D.R. church building fund 9-29; Wainwright, James S. Home with brother 9-29; Wainwright, Phillip injured in auto accident 8-18; Wainwright, Ralph L. Home with brother 9-29; Wainwright, Sue Dee Meth Fund Drive 9-1; Wainwright, T. 2 servicemen sons home together 9-29; Walden, Rodanne [Eunice] husband Walter L. Eunice died 6-9; Walker, Alice son Ivey killed in action 12-1; Walker, Ivey killed in action 12-1; Walker, Mrs. Annie Mae Cooner her brother George died 6-9; Walker, Mrs. J.P. died 10-13; War Victory Gardens to be planted by school kids during school break 3-10; War Post war plans for real estate 7-28; War post-war planning committee named 8-11; War Christmas gifts to be sent overseas 9-1; War drive for funds for USO, War Fund Drive 10-13; War German generals urge nazis to end war 7-28; War Making plans for V-Day celebration 9-15; War seven boxes clothing sent to war victims in Europe 10-27; War siren to sound when D-Day Invasion begins 4-28; War tire thefts 5-5; War Veterans may purchase Jeeps after war 8-25; War Fund Drive to benefit USO, etc 10-13; War, Senator Tydings predicts early victory 11-3; War, Brunswick shipyard workers worked for free on Christmas Day 12-29; War, new kind of chocolate bar, will not melt 8-4; War, post war planning commission established 6-9; War, SS class bought war bonds at Homeland Meth. Church 12-22; War, D-Day announced with fire siren prematurely 6-9; Ward, Helen graduates 4-14; Ward, Helen to receive High School diploma early 1-21; Ware County War casualties heavy 8-11; Waterman, Rev. R.W. new pastor of Folk Bap 2-11; Waughtel, Mrs. C.W. Pres. Home Dem. Club 10-20; Weather, very cold 12-15; Weiher, Mrs. Elmer E. father E.C. Kennison died 8-11; White, Capt. John C. killed in action 12-1; White, Capt. John C. married 5-26; White, George brother John killed in action 12-1; White, George, Jr. Meth Fund Drive 9-1; White, Harold brother John killed in action 12-1; White, M.G. church building fund 9-29; White, M.G. head of War Fund Drive 10-13; White, M.G. son John killed in action 12-1; White, M.G. son John married 5-26; White, Mrs. Dora A. mother died 8-18; White, Mrs. Gladys Land husband John killed in action 12-1; Wildes, C.C. III brother Owen Vernon killed 9-1; Wildes, C.C., Jr. young son Owen Vernon killed 9-1; Wildes, C.C., Sr. grandson killed in accident 9-1; Wildes, Floyd C. promoted 8-18; Wildes, Hattress son R.H. visits 2-25; Wildes, J.M. granddaughter Cumire Beatrice Threlkeld marries 6-23; Wildes, J.M. grandson Owen Vernon killed in accident 9-1; Wildes, J.M. son Floyd promoted in Navy 8-18; Wildes, Melvin had new baby boy 9-8; Wildes, Michael Layton is new baby boy 9-8; Wildes, Owen Vernon killed in accident 9-1; Wildes, R.H. visits family 2-25; Wildes, Sgt. Lawrence serving in Germany 11-24; Williams [Johnson] Margaret husband Clinton died 12-22; Williams, Cpl Eugene M. arrived safely in England 12-8; Williams, Dr. A.D. Chrm Ex. Committee, American Legion 6-2; Williams, Dr. A.D. granddaughter Linda Pearl Hiers died 11-17; Williams, Eugene niece Linda Pearl died 11-17; Williams, Eugene visits 5-12; Williams, Mrs. Kate brother Clinton Johnson died 12-22; Williford, Eugene Boyce married 5-26; Williford, J.K. son married 5-26; Wilson, J.M. sister is Mrs. Rosa W. Robinson 9-15; Wilson, J.M. son Robert joins Navy 6-2; Wilson, Lodric married 10-6; Wilson, Robert joins Navy 6-2; Winokur, M.D. Thrift building new home 11-24; Woolard, Estelle want ad lost package 10-20; Wrench, Howard recovering from wounds 9-1; Wrench, T.W. his rain gauge showed 10 inches in 24 hours 10-27; Wrench, T.W. officer Red Cross 6-23; Wrench, T.W. War Fund Drive 10-13; Wright, E.H. Mason 1-7; Wright, E.H. tires stolen from station 5-5; Wright, Miss Vivian singing in Christmas cantata 12-22; Wright, Mrs. C.J. officer Red Cross 6-23.

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Yeomans, Mrs. James V. father John Sikes died 3-10.

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Zarfos, Mrs. Officer Red Cross 6-23.

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