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Index of Charlton County Herald - 1945

Compiled by Lois Barefoot Mays

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4-H Club competition at Farm Bureau Rally 10-5; 
A.C.L. M.A. Gay is with Signal Dept. 1-12; 
A.C.L. section hands at Uptonville, shooting, killing 1-5; 
A.C.L. railroad new construction program, double tracks 2-16; 
A.C.L. RR Mr. Page, agent, retired 4-20; 
A.C.L. RR W.L. Barefoot new agent in Folk 3-16; 
ACL RR W.J. Jones used to work for them 11-16; 
ACL RR Odell Martin, Fred Windham employees 11-16; 
ACL RR W.L. Barefoot, agent, moves to Folkston 7-20; 
Ad Big Hercules advertisement for men employees 8-24; 
Ad for chicken feed with flowery printed sacks 3-30; 
Adams, Frank killed in car wreck, Mattox Crossing 4-20; 
Adkins, Charles home from war 11-2; 
Adkins, Charles F. home from war 11-9; 
Adkins, Charles F. on ship near Japan 10-12; 
Adkins, Mrs. Ruth M. husband on ship in Pacific 10-12; 
Adkins, Robert father on ship in Pacific 10-12; 
Aldridge, E.C. daughter Jackie married 4-13; 
Aldridge, Jackie married 4-13; 
Allen, A.A. son Elliott discharged 6-22; 
Allen, A.A. son Elliott serving in Philippines 2-9; 
Allen, Buck in picture of baseball team 9-14; 
Allen, Edgar F. postmaster when P.O. moved up to second class 8-24; 
Allen, Elliott home on leave 4-13; 
Allen, Elliott to return home from service later 2-9; 
Allen, Elliott W. discharge from service 6-15, 6-22; 
Allen, Elliott W. in battle for Leyte Island 1-5; 
Allen, Homer discharge from service 6-15; 
Allen, J.C. member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Allen, John C. to sell 5 acres for REA 9-14; 
Allen, Mrs. Hugh mother of Tommy Allen 2-2; 
Allen, Ralph in picture of baseball team 9-14; 
Allen, Robert, Jr. home from the War 9-7; 
Allen, Tommy operation, peanut in lung 2-2; 
Allen, W.R. buys Lizzie Roddenberry House on lst St. 1-26; 
Allen, W.R. sold chicken feed with printed sacks 3-30; 
Allen, W.R. and Son Christmas ad 12-21; 
Allen's Grocery Store Harold Browning works there 10-12; 
Altman, B.A. Altman and Son Christmas ad 12-21; 
Altman, C.J. member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Altman, C.J. son Hubert home on leave 2-23; 
Altman, E.C. son E.C., Jr. killed in accident 1-19; 
Altman, Elbert C., Jr. killed in accident 1-19; 
Altman, Hubert H. home on leave 2-23; 
Altman, M. grandson E.C. Altman, Jr. died 1-19; 
Altman, Ola Pearl graduated 5-25; 
Altman, Roy E. brother E.C. died 1-19; 
Altman, S.M. son-in-law Johns home on leave 1-26; 
Altman, S.M., Jr. home from war 11-9; 
Amaryllis garden, Dr. Fleming planted 3-30; 
American Legion Commissions deny further use of Hursey Park 6-15; 
American Legion reorganizes 8-10; 
Anderson, Lois [Fore] has new baby girl 2-9; 
Anderson, O.R., voted in first St. George election 8-24; 
Andrews, Mrs. Joe father died 6-15; 
Anguish, Ed voted in first St. George election 8-24; 
Armistice Day special program honoring war dead 11-16; 
Armistice Day plans for special day 11-9; 
Arnold, Sallie M. teacher, St. George 7-20; 
Askew, J.W. daughter married 10-26; 
Askew, James home on leave 1-12; 
Askew, James L. home from War 12-14; 
Askew, Joyce married 10-26; 
Askew, Leon assistant chief police, Folkston 1-5; 
Askew, Mable [Johnson] new baby girl 7-20; 
Askew, Mayme teacher 4-6; 
Askew, Miss Mayme teacher 9-7; 
AT&T underground cable thru Charlton 1-26; 
Automobile brand new 1946 Ford on display 11-2;

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Bachlott family first family in Folkston 11-9; 
Bachlott, John R. daughter died 11-9; 
Bailey, William Edward Jacobs worked for him 4-20; 
Baker, H.L. mother died 11-9; 
Baker, Mrs. Leonilla Bachlott died 11-9; 
Baker, P.H. widow died 11-9; 
Baker, R.B. mother died 11-9; 
Bank CafÈ lot Johnson Bros. building there 11-2; 
Banks, Coroner John R. inquest in death of stranger 1-5; 
Banks, Judge W.E. conducted city election 12-7; 
Barber, Herman Holland home from War 10-19; 
Barefoot, W.L. new ACL agent in Folkston 3-16; 
Barefoot, W.L. replaced H.C. Page as ACL agent, Folkston 4-20; 
Barefoot, W.L., Sr. family moves to Folkston 7-20; 
Barker, Mrs. J.A. bus driver, St. George 10-5; 
Barnes, Betty Best All Around Girl Graduate 6-1; 
Barnes, Betty Jean graduated 5-25; 
Barnes, P.S. parents of Robert Barnes who died 2-16; 
Barnes, P.S., Jr. brother Robert died 2-16; 
Barnes, Robert died of complications of polio 2-16; 
Baseball Team sponsored by Lions Club 6-29; 
Baseball team picture 9-14; 
Baseball Team, Dr. Taylor collecting uniforms 10-19; 
Batton, Rev. E.M. pastor of new Bap. Church 6-1; 
Bedell, Miss Marward clerk of Rationing Board 10-5; 
Bell, Louise graduated St George HS 5-18; 
Bennett, Amos, member steering comm. for St. Geo. Charter 8-24; 
Bennett, Amos, voted in first St. George election 8-24;  
Bennett, Andrew Jackson died 1-5; 
Bennett, David H. father died 1-5; 
Bennett, G.W. father died 1-5; 
Bennett, H.T. father died 1-5; 
Bennett, Jackie Boy Scout 3-16; 
Bennett, Vandell member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Bennett, Vandell T. father died 1-5; 
Binns, Joseph Morris married 3-16; 
Binns, Rev. J.H. son Joseph Morris married 3-16; 
Birdsong, April Penelope brand new baby girl 8-24; 
Birdsong, George new baby girl, April Penelope 8-24; 
Birdsong, George N. new basketball coach 11-9; 
Birth Certificates Campaign to register every child with birth cert. 4-20; 
Blake, J.F., voted in first St. George election 8-24; 
Blue Willow CafÈ closes, WhipOWill opens 2-2; 
Bomber, missing, believed in Swamp 1-26; 
Bosworth, John teacher at high school 9-14; 
Bowen, Robert Lee died infant son of S.R. Bowens 9-21; 
Bowen, Robert Lee he is brand new baby of the S.R. Bowens 9-14; 
Bowen, S.R. has new baby boy, Robert Lee 9-14; 
Bowen, S.R. new baby, Robert Lee, died 9-21; 
Boy Scout troop receives charter 1-26; 
Boy Scouts to help with clothing drive 4-6; 
Boy Scouts camping at Traders Hill 3-16; 
Boyce, Mrs. J.M., father died 8-17; 
Boyd, Marie married J.L. McElvey 9-28; 
Boyd, R.A. daughter Marie married 9-28; 
Bradley, Rev. J. Lory married 11-16; 
Bradley, Ronnie 12 years old, drowned 5-25; 
Bragg, R.H. Lions Club 6-15; 
Bragg's CafÈ Lions Club met there 6-15; 
Breland, Mrs. Lydia M. new teacher 9-21; 
Brock, George near-reunion in Pacific 10-19; 
Brock, T.C. member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Brock, Tony Eugene is brand new baby boy 11-23; 
Brock, Vernon near-reunion in Pacific 10-19; 
Brock, Vernon new baby boy 11-23; 
Brooks, Devoy arrives safely overseas 2-16; 
Brooks, Devoy wounded in action, Germany 3-9; 
Brooks, Devoy wounded in action, home on leave 7-6; 
Brooks, P.C. member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Brooks, P.G. Devoy is his grandson 7-6; 
Brooks, P.G. member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Brooks, P.G. son Devoy wounded in action 3-9; 
Brown, Douglas R. died in WW II 11-16; 
Brown, Georgia L. teacher 4-6; 
Brown, Jimmie Boy Scout 3-16; 
Brown, Mrs. D.R. teacher 5-4; 
Brown, Mrs. D.R. teacher, St. George 9-14; 
Brown, Mrs. D.R. teacher, St. George 9-21; 
Brown, Mrs. Georgia L. teacher 9-7; 
Brown, N.V. former ACL agent 3-16; 
Brown, Thornton home from War 12-21; 
Browning, Harold home from War 10-12; 
Bruschke, Bill home from War 12-21; 
Bryant, George Neal home on emergency leave, house fire 4-20; 
Bryant, T.E. member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Buchanan, J.W. home from War 12-21; 
Buie, Ivey involved in auto accident 5-11; 
Burch, J.W. daughter, Vernell married 9-21; 
Burch, Vernell married 9-21; 
Burnsed, A.D. teacher, Moniac 9-21; 
Burnsed, Edward home from War 12-21; 
Burnsed, F.L. member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Burnsed, Mr. A.D. teacher, Moniac 10-5; 
Byrd, Albert B. married 10-19; 
Byrd, Charlie C. home on leave 2-16;

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Calvary Baptist Church recently organized 6-1; 
Campbell, A.T., voted in first St. George election 8-24; 
Canaday, Doyle graduated St George High School 5-18; 
Canaday, Mrs. R.L. father died 8-24; 
Canaday, Mrs. W.M. father died 8-24; 
Cantrell, Bud Christmas ad 12-21; 
Cantrell, Bud member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Carmichael, A.F., member steering comm. for St. Geo. Charter 8-24; 
Carmichael, A.F., voted in first St. George election 8-24; 
Carmichael, A.J. first city marshal of St. George 8-24; 
Carter Phyllis Ann is new baby girl 11-23; 
Carter, Allen son Walter J. home from War 9-7; 
Carter, Cecil winner pie eating contest 10-5; 
Carter, Clarence married 1-12; 
Carter, Clarence new baby girl 11-23; 
Carter, Esther teacher 4-6; 
Carter, J.V. father died 7-13; 
Carter, James Leonard graduated 5-25; 
Carter, Keith father died 7-13; 
Carter, Marvin father died 7-13; 
Carter, Miss Esther teacher 9-7; 
Carter, Mrs. George brother Arthur died 11-16; 
Carter, Otis died 7-13; 
Carter, Owen brother Otis died 7-13; 
Carter, Raiford son Otis died 7-13; 
Carter, Walter J. home from the War 9-7; 
Caudle, Maxine Margaret is new daughter of M.L. Caudles 8-10; 
Caudle, Maxwell Louis has new daughter, Maxine Margaret 8-10; 
Cemetery, Bethel Mrs. Ada Chase Postma funeral 7-13; 
Cemetery, Boone Creek Enoch Jefferson Roberts funeral 6-15; 
Cemetery, Boones Creek funeral of Henry Frank Stokes 8-24; 
Cemetery, Bosque Bello, Fernandina Agnes Wolff funeral 1-19; 
Cemetery, Corinth funeral of Peter S. Spradley 8-17; 
Cemetery, Folkston Archie Lloyd funeral 1-19; 
Cemetery, Folkston funeral of Ernest Norman Grooms 9-14; 
Cemetery, Folkston funeral of Robert Barnes 2-16; 
Cemetery, Folkston John R. Bachlott donate land for this 11-9; 
Cemetery, Folkston W.J. Jones funeral 11-23; 
Cemetery, High Bluff Bryant Crews funeral 6-8; 
Cemetery, Mrs. J.W. [Cockrell] Spencer funeral 7-27; 
Cemetery, Oakland, Wayx E.C. Altman funeral 1-19; 
Cemetery, Sand Hill Otis Carter funeral 7-13; 
Cemetery, Sardis A.J. Bennett funeral 1-5; 
Cemetery, Sardis Bert Crews funeral 5-25; 
Cemetery, Sardis funeral of Mrs. Mary Daniels 11-2; 
Cemetery, Sardis funeral of Samuel A. Petty 11-30; 
Cemetery, Sardis Mrs. Lilla Pauline Harden funeral 10-26; 
Cemetery, Traders Hill funeral of Willie Eugene Nelson 2-9; 
Centre Village Mrs. Agnes Layton Wolff born there 1-19; 
Chambers, Willie Frank intended victim of C.F. Smith, with ax 6-29; 
Chancey, Alvin M. son, Joseph Vandell missing in action, Europe 4-27; 
Chancey, Joseph Vandell missing in action, Europe 4-27; 
Chancey, M.J. member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Chancey, W.L. grandson Joseph Vandell Chancey missing in action 4-27; 
Charlton Co Comm. to buy 5 acres and donate to REA 9-14; 
Charlton County Farm Bureau membership drive 9-14; 
Charlton County Herald Christmas ads 12-21; 
Charlton County Herald masthead 1-5; 
Charlton County State Guard needs old equipt. Back 3-2; 
Chase, Horace sister died 7-13; 
Chase, Mrs. Ada Postma died 7-13; 
Chesser, Harry member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Chesser, James co-winner three legged race 10-5; 
Chesser, Morgan Norman is his brother 7-6; 
Chesser, Morgan brother Norman wounded in action 4-6; 
Chesser, Norman wounded in action, home on leave 7-6; 
Chesser, Norman wounded in action, Germany 4-6; 
Chesser, Robert home from war 11-16; 
Chester, John D. voted in first St. George election 8-24; 
Chester, John, voted in first St. George election 8-24; 
Chevrolet brand new 1946 Chevrolet on display 11-16; 
Chism, Miss Myra teacher, Moniac 10-5; 
Chism, Myrtle teacher, Moniac 9-21; 
Christmas seal sale 11-30; 
Church, Bethel Meth. Ernest Norman Grooms, member 9-14; 
Church, Calvary Baptist recently organized 6-1; 
Church, Camp Pinckney Bap. Archie Lloyd funeral 1-19; 
Church, Corinth David R. Wasdin funeral 6-29; 
Church, Corinth David R. Wasdin was charter mem. 6-29; 
Church, Cornhouse Methodist new pastor 7-6; 
Church, Eastman Presby. Lamar Wainwright new pastor 9-7; 
Church, First Bap, Wayx E.C. Altman funeral 1-19; 
Church, Folk Bap Watch night services 1-5; 
Church, Folk Bap wedding Clark-Carter 1-12; 
Church, Folkston Bap. Furnished room at college/Vivian Wright 10-26; 
Church, Folkston Bap. Vivian Wright funeral 6-8; 
Church, Folkston Baptist thanksgiving service at end of war 8-17; 
Church, Folkston Methodist Rev. Gilbert returns for new year 11-16; 
Church, Folkston Methodist thanksgiving service at end of war 8-17; 
Church, Grace Chapel Mrs. Ada Chase Postma funeral 7-13; 
Church, Homeland Methodist new pastor 7-6; 
Church, Memorial Meth, Fernandina Agnes Wolff funeral 1-19; 
Church, Mount Carmel Bap. celebrates 60th anniversary, 100 members 9-28; 
Church, Philadelphia FW Bap Lilla Pauline Harden, member 10-26; 
Church, Philadelphia FW Bap. Funeral of Samuel A. Petty 11-30; 
Church, Philadelphia FW Bap. A.J. Bennett funeral 1-5; 
Church, Prospect Meth Memorial service for Carl Layton Gowen 3-9; 
Church, Racepond funeral of Mrs. Mary Daniels 11-2; 
Church, Racepond Baptist funeral of Patricia Gail Kendricks 1-5; 
Church, Sand Hill Bap. Bought Racepond school building 2-9; 
Church, St. George Methodist Holtzendorf funeral 8-3;  
Church, St. George Methodist Rev. Kermit Clayton new pastor 7-6; 
Church, Traders Hill Methodist new pastor 7-6; 
Cigarettes insufficient supply for demand 2-16; 
Citizens Bank Christmas ad 12-21; 
Citizens Bank, statement of condition 1-12; 
Citizens Bank, observes two day holiday at end of war 8-17; 
Citizens Bank, Gladys Clark Carter works there 1-12; 
City Service Station Christmas ad 12-21; 
Clark, Gladys married 1-12; 
Clark, L.G. home on leave 6-15; 
Clark, Mrs. Sibbie daughter Gladys married 1-12; 
Clark, Noah Lee in picture of baseball team 9-14; 
Clarke, James, voted in first St. George election 8-24; 
Clarke, L.G. home from War 10-12; 
Clayton, Rev. Kermit new Methodist pastor 7-6; 
Coca-Cola to be scarce because of sugar quotas 6-22; 
Cockrell, Eleanor married 7-13; 
Cockrell, Eleanor teacher 4-6; 
Cockrell, S.T. daughter Eleanor married 7-13; 
Cockrell, S.T. sister died 7-27; 
Colson [Harden] Mrs. W.E. mother died 10-26; 
Colson, John Virgil prisoner of war in Germany 4-13; 
Colson, John W. son Virgil prisoner of war 4-13; 
Colson, Virgil home from POW camp in Germany 6-29; 
Cone, James fighting in Pacific Area 3-16; 
Cone, Mrs. Joseph J. son Royal fighting on Luzon 3-16; 
Cone, Royal L. fighting on Luzon Island 3-16; 
Conner, Clora Lee teacher 6-15; 
Conner, Clora Lee teacher, lst grade 9-14; 
Conner, J. Troy Masonic officer 12-21; 
Conner, J.P. Masonic officer 12-21; 
Conner, J.P. member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Conner, J.T. member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Conner, Jimmie home from War 12-7; 
Conner, John Stewart winner, climbing greasy pole 10-5; 
Conner, Zelton home from War 10-12; 
Conner, Zelton Masonic officer 12-21; 
Convict killed by guard at local camp 6-29; 
Convict camp G.W. Guthrie is cost clerk 8-3; 
Cooper, Billy home from War 12-14; 
Cooper, Cora [Spradley] husband died 8-17; 
Cooper, Mrs. W.B. son Richard Sam died 9-7; 
Cooper, Richard Sam died 9-7; 
Corbett, Mrs. Joe brother Otis died 7-13; 
County Agent, clerk to be hired 6-15; 
County Commissioners county nurse resigns 10-5; 
County Commissioners sent 3 Holly children to orphan home 10-19; 
Courthouse, to get gas heaters 12-14; 
Crawford, Airie [Fragale] husband discharged from Army 7-27; 
Crawford, Edward home from German P-O-W camp 6-1; 
Crawford, George son, Edward, home from War 6-1; 
Creek, Judith Elizabeth is new baby girl 10-19; 
Creel, Cody new baby girl, Judith Elizabeth 10-19; 
Crews, A.C. "Teet" died 4-20; 
Crews, A.D. member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Crews, Albert B. died in WWII 11-16; 
Crews, Albert B. killed in action, Europe 3-16; 
Crews, Amy Darling father died 5-25; 
Crews, Arch brother Bert died 5-25; 
Crews, Ardeth Isabel father died 5-25; 
Crews, Arthur member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Crews, Basil member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Crews, Bert died 5-25; 
Crews, Bessie Conduct Award at Graduation 6-1; 
Crews, Bessie graduated 5-25; 
Crews, Bryant refuge ranger murdered 6-8; 
Crews, C. judge of 4-H Club contests 10-5; 
Crews, C.C. member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Crews, Charlie member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Crews, Clarice graduated 5-25; 
Crews, Columbus father died 5-25; 
Crews, Donald father died 4-20; 
Crews, Eden brother Bert died 5-25; 
Crews, Ethel graduated 5-25; 
Crews, Eugene Boy Scout 3-16; 
Crews, Fred M. home from War 11-23; 
Crews, Gene in picture of baseball team 9-14; 
Crews, George member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Crews, H.H. sold Roddenberry home place to Allen 1-26; 
Crews, Ira member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Crews, Ivey son Thomas home on furlough 8-3; 
Crews, Ivey son Thomas is home from the War 10-19; 
Crews, Ivey member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Crews, J.E. member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Crews, Jesse brother Albert killed in action 3-16; 
Crews, Jimmie brother Albert killed in action 3-16; 
Crews, Jimmie daughter Leila married 8-3; 
Crews, Joseph Elijah father died 5-25; 
Crews, L.B. father died 5-25; 
Crews, Leila teacher 4-6; 
Crews, Lillian Pearl graduated 5-25; 
Crews, M.J. member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Crews, Martha Isabel Carter husband died 5-25; 
Crews, Miss Leila married 8-3; 
Crews, Mrs. Allie brother Bert died 5-25; 
Crews, Mrs. H.N. son Rhymer in N.Y. hospital 2-2; 
Crews, Mrs. Sarah Ann brother Bert died 5-25; 
Crews, Mrs. Tena L. son Albert killed in action 3-16; 
Crews, Naomi Edith father died 5-25; 
Crews, Osward (Buddie) died in WW Two 11-16; 
Crews, Paul father died 5-25; 
Crews, R.B. brother Bert died 5-25; 
Crews, Ray found stranger dead near Mattox 1-5; 
Crews, Romie member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Crews, Rufus brother Bert died 5-25; 
Crews, Rufus member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Crews, S.A. brother A.C. died 4-20; 
Crews, Sam member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Crews, Theodore father died 5-25; 
Crews, Thomas H. home on furlough 8-3; 
Crews, Thomas H. home from the War 10-19; 
Crews, W.D. member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Crews, W.M member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Crews, Will brother Bert died 5-25; 
Crooked River State Park work begun on this 7-13; 
Cross, S.A. voted in first St. George election 8-24; 
Custom 4th of July Barbeques at convict camp 7-6;

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DaLee, J.A., member steering comm. to get St. Geo. Charter 8-24; 
DaLee, William D., voted in first St. George election 8-24; 
Daniels, George mother died 11-2; 
Daniels, Jake mother died 11-2; 
Daniels, Mrs. Mary E. [Todd] died 11-2; 
Daniels, Robert mother died 11-2; 
Davis Tourist Home Gladys and Clarence Carter live there 1-12; 
Davis, Dunk, voted in first St. George election 8-24; 
Davis, L.A. painfully injured in Waycross 12-21; 
Davis, Onice teacher, St. George 7-20; 
Davis, Ralph member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Day, A.A., voted in first St. George election 8-24; 
Dean, R.R.. voted in first St. George election 8-24; 
DeJarnette, Mrs. S.R. sister Lillie died 8-3; 
Depots description of village railroad depot 10-5; 
Dinkins, Alton Best All Around Boy Graduate 6-1; 
Dinkins, Danny Boy Scout 3-16; 
Dinkins, George Alton graduated 5-25; 
Dinkins, Mrs. D.R. father died 1-5;  
Dinkins, Theo baseball team committee 6-29; 
Dinkins, Theo building new home 11-2; 
Dinkins, Theo building new movie theater adjacent Old Bank Bldg 8-10; 
Dinkins, Theo councilman 11-30; 
Dinkins, Theo councilman 12-7; 
Dinkins, Theo member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Dinkins, W.R. member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Dixon, J.R. member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Dixon, Lillian winner of school popularity contest 11-2; 
Dixon, Wesley winner sack race 10-5; 
Donovan, W.F., voted in first St. George election 8-24; 
Douglas, E.L. retiring from wood sales for this season 10-12; 
Draft Board designated as veterans center 12-7; 
Draft Board moved office to Rodgers Building 1-5; 
Draft Board Mrs. Wildes resigns as clerk 11-30; 
Draft Board sends 11 men to induction center 2-16; 
Dunn, C.E., member steering comm. to get St. Geo. Charter 8-24; 
Dunn, C.E., voted in first St. George election 8-24; 
Dunn, C.F., voted in first St. George election 8-24;

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Ellis, Cheryl Karen is brand new baby girl 10-5; 
Ellis, E.K. has brand new baby girl 10-5; 
Ellis, George grandfather of Cheryl Karen Ellis 10-5; 
Etzley, Freddie Lewis married 10-26; 
Evens, Mrs. Harry brother Arthur died 11-16; 
Everett, Bud killed by Nathaniel Hannans 1-5;

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Farm Bureau membership drive 9-14; 
Farm Bureau rally was success 10-5; 
Farmer, Mrs. Charlie brother E.C. died 1-19; 
Fleming, Dr. beautiful amaryllis garden 3-30; 
Folkston CafÈ Christmas ad 12-21; 
Folkston Grain & Grocery take state guard equipt there 3-2; 
Folkston Grain and Grocery Christmas ad 12-21; 
Folkston Ice and Cold Storage Co. Christmas ad 12-21; 
Folkston Motor Co. Christmas ad 12-21; 
Folkston Motor Co. has new 1946 Ford on display 11-2; 
Folkston Pharmacy Christmas ad 12-21; 
Folkston Pharmacy Bld. Draft Board office upstairs 11-30; 
Folkston Post Office moved up to second class status 8-24; 
Folkston Seafood and Poultry Market opens 6-15; 
Folkston, new subdivision opened by A.S. McQueen 10-19; 
Folkston, city of installing water meters at homes 4-27; 
Folkston, city of riding bikes on sidewalk prohibited 9-28; 
Folkston, city of installed two traffic lights 8-3; 
Folkston, city of annual election 12-7; 
Folkston, city of election next week 11-30; 
Folkston, city of new city clerk, Mae McKendree 5-18; 
Folkston, city of water meters installed 6-22; 
Folkston, city of White Way progress 10-26; 
Folkston, city of, 2 new policemen 1-5; 
Folkston, first traffic lights being installed 7-13; 
Folkston, White Way Project for Main St. 10-12; 
Ford brand new 1946 car on display 11-2; 
Fore, L.P. new baby girl born 2-9; 
Fragale, Anthony discharged from Army 7-27; 
Free, J.U., among first aldermen of St. George 8-24; 
French, Sterling d. Oletta married 3-23; 
Fulton, Lucian killed in accident 5-11;

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Gainey, Mrs. Thelma winner throwing rolling pin contest 10-5; 
Garrison, Earl niece Vivian died 6-8; 
Garrison, Mrs. J.P. niece Vivian died 6-8; 
Garrison, Robert Boy Scout 3-16; 
Gasoline not rationed at end of war 8-17; 
Gay, M.A. owner of Gay's Grocery 1-12; 
Gay's Grocery Christmas ad 12-21; 
Gay's Grocery Store to open next week 1-12; 
Georgia Power and Light Co. crew to install traffic lights 7-13; 
Georgia State Guard needs old equipt returned 3-2; 
Gerve, Mrs. B.J. father died 1-5; 
Gibson, Barbara Ann now living in Jax. 8-10; 
Gibson, C.H. daughter Marjorie married 3-30; 
Gibson, Charles H. son Lamar to receive Eagle Scout Award 4-20; 
Gibson, Charles H., member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Gibson, Glenn had new baby boy 11-23; 
Gibson, Jewell Barker teacher 4-6; 
Gibson, Lamar Class Pres., Valedictorian, Scholastic honors 6-1; 
Gibson, Lamar Boy Scout 3-16; 
Gibson, Lamar to give farewell at graduation 4-6; 
Gibson, Lamar to receive Eagle Scout Award 4-20; 
Gibson, Marjorie married 3-30; 
Gibson, Mrs. Jewell teacher 9-7; 
Gibson, Oleta Merle winner 100 yard dash 10-5; 
Gibson, Quinton Lamar graduated 5-25; 
Gibson, Ray home from War 12-14; 
Gibson, Sandra Gale she is brand new baby of the Guy Gibsons 9-14; 
Gibson, Sgt. Ray helps rescue plane crews 1-19; 
Gibson, W. Guy has new baby girl, Sandra Gale 9-14; 
Gibson, W.E. son Wallace released from POW camp 10-5; 
Gibson, Wallace released from Jap. POW Camp 10-5; 
Gibson, Wallace E., Jr. home from War 10-26; 
Gibson, Wallace E., Jr. message from him in Prisoner of War camp 8-3; 
Gibson, Walter Charles is brand new baby boy 11-23; 
Gibson, Wanda in WAC in Memphis 1-19; 
Gibson, William Guy now stationed at submarine base, Hawaii 8-10; 
Gilbert Mrs. F.J. attended dist. Red Cross meet. 2-2; 
Gilbert, F.J. baseball team committee 6-29; 
Gilbert, Rev. F.J. Lions Club 6-15; 
Gilbert, Rev. F.J. assigned to Folkston church again 11-16; 
Gilbert, Rev. F.J. attended dist. Red Cross meet. 2-2; 
Gilbert, Rev. F.J. to preach commencement sermon 4-6; 
Gowen Brothers Christmas ad 12-21; 
Gowen, Albert member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Gowen, Andrew G. son Carl Layton Gowen memorial service 3-9; 
Gowen, Baynard home from war 11-23; 
Gowen, Carl Layton memorial service 3-9; 
Gowen, Clayton died in WWII 11-16; 
Gowen, Clyde returns from War 10-5; 
Gowen, G.R., Jr. city attorney 11-30; 
Gowen, G.R., Jr. has new Ford on display 11-2; 
Gowen, G.R., Jr. member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Gowen, G.R., Sr. clerk at city election 12-7; 
Gowen, G.R., Sr. member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Gowen, Harold home from War in Italy 9-7; 
Gowen, J.V., Jr. member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Gowen, J.V., Sr., member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Gowen, Louie home from war 11-9; 
Gowen, Louis brother Carl Layton memorial service 3-9; 
Gowen, Mrs. B.B. member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Gowen, Mrs. B.B. teacher 4-6; 
Gowen, Mrs. B.B. teacher 9-7; 
Gowen, Mrs. George attended dist. Red Cross meet. 2-2; 
Gowen, Mrs. George R., Jr. chairman Red Cross Fund Drive 4-6; 
Gowen, Mrs. T.C. attended dist. Red Cross meet. 2-2; 
Gowen, Sheppard brother Carl Layton memorial service 3-9; 
Gowen, T.C. member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Green, Clyde died in WWII 11-16; 
Green, Mrs. John H. teaches piano 9-7; 
Greene, John H. teacher, principal 6-15; 
Greene, Principal planning Armistice Day program 11-9; 
Griffin, E.C. died in Shannon Store, heart attack 4-13; 
Griffin, F.E. 4th citizen of St. George, also railroad section master 8-24; 
Griffin, F.E., voted in first St. George election 8-24; 
Griner, Sarah teacher St. George 9-21; 
Grooms, Ernest Norman died 9-14; 
Grooms, Jesse S. son Ernest N. died 9-14; 
Grooms, L.E. brother Ernest N. died 9-14; 
Grooms, Malcolm A. home from War 12-14; 
Grooms, Malcolm D. father died 9-14; 
Grooms, Mrs. Jennie Vickery husband died 9-14; 
Guthrie, G.W. married 8-3; 
Guthrie, Mrs. Leila C. teacher 9-7; 
Guy, M.T. daughter Talmadge married 10-19; 
Guy, Talmadge Lenette graduated 5-25; 
Guy, Talmadge Linnelle married 10-19;

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Haddock, J.S., Jr. graduated 5-25; 
Haddock's Dry Cleaners Christmas ad 12-21; 
Hagan, Jim H. member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Hall, Ronald Boy Scout 3-16; 
Hall, Tim winner 100 yard dash 10-5; 
Hall, Tim in picture of baseball team 9-14; 
Halloween Carnival big success 11-2; 
Hannaford, J.O. officer in American Legion 8-10; 
Hannaford, Mrs. Thelma teacher 4-6; 
Hannaford, Mrs. Thelma G. teacher 9-7; 
Hannans, Nathaniel "Honey Boy" killed Bud Everett 1-5; 
Harden, Bert mother died 10-26; 
Harden, Henry mother died 10-26; 
Harden, Jerome his widow died 10-26; 
Harden, Joe mother died 10-26; 
Harden, L.H. member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Harden, Lewis mother died 10-26; 
Harden, Lilla Pauline died 10-26; 
Harden, O.F. member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Harden, Oren mother died 10-26; 
Harrell, Mrs. Emma sister Mary E. Daniels died 11-2; 
Harris, John chairman steering committee to get St. George charter 8-24; 
Harris, John, first St. George Mayor 8-24; 
Harris, John, voted in first St. George election 8-24; 
Harris, T. W. member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Harrison, Kenneth L. enlisted in Merchant Marines 7-27; 
Harrison, Kenneth L. graduated 5-25; 
Harrison, R. Ward editor 1-5; 
Harrison, R. Ward helped purchase cable for White Way 10-26; 
Harrison, R. Ward member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Harrison, R.W. Lions Club 6-15; 
Harrison, R.W. son Robert to be home soon 11-9; 
Harrison, Robert to be home from war soon 11-9; 
Harrison, Robert W., Jr. home from War 12-14; 
Harvey, Harry home from War 12-14; 
Harvey, J.E., Sr. member draft board 1-5; 
Hathaway, J.A., Jr. home from War 11-30; 
Hathaway, Juanita Ann graduated 5-25; 
Hebard, Mrs. D.L. attended dist. Red Cross meet. 2-2; 
Hendrix, Henry Arthur graduated 5-25; 
Henry, Quinton R. commercial teacher 9-14; 
Henry, Quinton R. new Folkston HS teacher 10-5; 
Hercules Powder Co. Big ad for employees, men home from war, 8-24; 
Hercules Store, J.M. Vickers back at work after War 12-14; 
Herrin, Mrs. J.D. father died 6-29; 
Hickey, A.J., among first aldermen of St. George 8-24; 
Hickey, A.J., voted in first St. George election 8-24; 
Hickox, Mrs. Beulah father died 9-14; 
Higginbotham, Betty Willene graduated 5-25; 
Higginbotham, Hugh D. home from War 12-14; 
Higginbotham, L.H. member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Highway, Dixie Hwy pioneers remembered by Wrench 12-7; 
Hinson, J.B. member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Hinson, J.B. new pres. Lions Club 6-15; 
Hinson, Mrs. J.B. attended dist. Red Cross meet. 2-2; 
Hodges, Miss Gertrude husband Richard S. Cooper died 9-7; 
Hodges, Mrs. Elbert brother Samuel A. died 11-30; 
Hodges, Mrs. J.L. brother, Henry Frank, died 8-24; 
Hodges, V.A. grandson Robert Barnes died 2-16; 
Hodges, Willie member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Holly children three children in Industrial Home 10-19; 
Holt, Avener died in WWII 11-16; 
Holt, Avner W. killed in action in Philippines 5-11; 
Holt, James F. home from War 11-23; 
Holt, James F. home from war on Queen Mary 9-14; 
Holt, Joe son Avner killed in action 5-11; 
Holtzendorf, George Washington widow died 8-3; 
Holtzendorf, Mrs. Lillie White died 8-3; 
Homeland Park scene of Farm Bureau Rally 10-5; 
Homeland, Peter S. Spradley died 8-17; 
Hopkins, A.J., Jr. home from war 11-2; 
Hopkins, A.J., Jr. promoted to Major 1-12; 
Hopkins, Major A.J., Jr. home on leave 2-9; 
Hopkins, Mrs. Kenneth mother died 5-4; 
Hopkins, W.C. member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Hospital, McCoy gets air conditioning unit 6-15; 
Houston, F.F. voted in first St. George election 8-24; 
Howard, George C. married 7-13; 
Howard, J.C. member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Howard, Riley, voted in first St. George election 8-24; 
Howell, Rhymer R. in New York hospital, wounded in action 2-2; 
Hudson, Mrs. Jane J. father died 11-16; 
Huling, Doris graduated 5-25; 
Huling, W.:L., Jr. home from war on Queen Mary 9-14; 
Huling, W.L., Jr. gets another medal for service 2-23;

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Industrial Home, Baxley 3 Holly children from Charlton 10-19; 
Infantile Paralysis new fund drive 1-26;

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Jacobs, Edward honorably discharged from service 4-20; 
Japan surrendered 9-7; 
Jesup Short Line, part of ACL RR, to get double tracks 2-16; 
Jinright, J.E. new baby girl for them 1-26; 
Jinright, Jennifer Gayle is name of new baby 1-26; 
Johns, Cathleen graduated 5-25; 
Johns, Mrs. Aggie mother died 11-2; 
Johns, W.O. home on leave 1-26; 
Johnson Brothers beginning new building on Main St. 11-2; 
Johnson Brothers Christmas ad 12-21; 
Johnson, B.S. member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Johnson, George A. teacher, St. George 9-14; 
Johnson, George A. teacher, St. George 9-21; 
Johnson, Gertrude W. resigned as city clerk 5-18; 
Johnson, Gertrude W. resigns as county clerk 12-7; 
Johnson, H.R. Lions Club 6-15; 
Johnson, Harry, member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Johnson, Henry family, new baby girl Judith Mable 7-20; 
Johnson, J.H. member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Johnson, Jewell [Stanley] has new baby boy 9-14; 
Johnson, Lillian co-winner three legged race 10-5; 
Johnson, Mrs. J.W. teacher 4-6; 
Johnson, Mrs. J.W. teacher 9-7; 
Johnson, Porter A. married 3-30; 
Johnson, Roswald clerk at Folkston Post Office 8-24; 
Johnson, Russell councilman 11-30; 
Johnson, Russell councilman 12-7; 
Johnson, Will officer in American Legion 8-10; 
Johnston, Susie teacher 4-6; 
Jones, Berry brother W.J. Jones died 11-16; 
Jones, Dudley M. father died 11-16; 
Jones, Eula teacher 9-14; 
Jones, Everett home from War 12-7; 
Jones, Hilda M. teacher 4-6; 
Jones, Hilda Mattox husband died 11-16; 
Jones, Johnny W. married 12-21; 
Jones, Kathryn teacher 4-6; 
Jones, Kathryn R. husband promoted 1-5; 
Jones, Kirby home from War 12-21; 
Jones, Kirby promoted to Sgt, got commendation 1-5; 
Jones, Miss Eula teacher 9-7; 
Jones, Mrs. James brother Samuel A. died 11-30; 
Jones, Mrs. Kathryn teacher 9-7; 
Jones, Mrs. Martha Jane brother Bert died 5-25; 
Jones, Mrs. Robert brother Samuel A. died 11-30; 
Jones, Mrs. W.J. her niece, Frances Mattox is model, NY 2-16; 
Jones, Snooks Everette home on leave 7-6; 
Jones, T.B. member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Jones, Troy new baby boy is born, Troy Edward 2-9; 
Jones, Troy Edward he is new baby born at McCoy Hospital 2-9; 
Jones, W.D. another new baby boy born to them 1-5; 
Jones, W.D. member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Jones, W.J. died 11-16, 11-23;

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Kellum, Mrs. Florence sister Agnes died 1-19; 
Kendrick, Donald died in WWII 11-16; 
Kendricks, Donald sister Patricia Gail died 1-5; 
Kendricks, Donald Lee killed in action, Iwo Jima 3-30; 
Kendricks, Estelle sister Patricia Gail died 1-5; 
Kendricks, Esther sister Patricia Gail died 1-5; 
Kendricks, H.W. sister Patricia Gail died 1-5; 
Kendricks, J.A. infant daughter Patricia Gail died 1-5; 
Kendricks, J.A. son Donald Lee killed in action 3-30; 
Kendricks, Patricia Gail died 1-5; 
Kennison, B.W. Christmas ad 12-21; 
Kennison, Seab member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Ketchum, George, member steering comm. for St. Geo. Charter 8-24; 
Ketchum, Miriam mother died 5-4; 
Ketchum, Mrs. Emma W. died 5-4; 
Kilpatrick, Rev. E.G. good picture of former pastor of Bap. Ch 8-24; 
Kincaid, Mrs. R.S. father died 1-5; 
King, N.B., voted in first St. George election 8-24; 
Kirkland, Mrs. Mary Ann brother Bert died 5-25; 
Knabb, L. member draft board 1-5; 
Knabb, L. resigns from Draft Board 2-9; 
Knabb, Ralph member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Knowles, Alfred home from War 10-19; 
Knox, Mrs. Beulah sister Agnes died 1-19; 
Kozy Kabin Kafe Christmas ad 12-21; 
Kozy Kabin Kafe Lions Club met there 6-29;

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Lamar, Quinton Lamar wins Honorable Mention in National test 5-25; 
Lane, Bobbie home from War 10-19; 
Lane, Carl opens seafood market 6-15; 
Lane, Carl E. Seafood and Poultry Christmas ad 12-21; 
Lanier, Lavornor L. married 10-5; 
Larkins, J.K. sold Old Bank Building 2-16; 
Lawson, Frank M., voted in first St. George election 8-24; 
Layton, Agnes [Wolff] died 1-19; 
Layton, Albert Sidney daughter Agnes died 1-19; 
Layton, Martha Agnes Rogers daughter Agnes died 1-19; 
Layton's Barber Shop Christmas ad 12-21; 
Leckie, Norman to move to South America for a year 6-8; 
Leckie, T.E. moving to Tifton 6-8; 
Leckie, Wordie died in WWII 11-16; 
Lee, J.T. teacher, St. George 4-6; 
Lee, Joe T. St. George school principal 5-18; 
Lewis, C.H. brother Paul home on leave 6-22; 
Lewis, C.H. Lions Club 6-15; 
Lewis, C.H. brother Paul in action on Iwo Jima 3-30; 
Lewis, C.H. building new home 11-23; 
Lewis, C.H. manager Suwannee Store 2-9; 
Lewis, C.H. Masonic officer 12-21; 
Lewis, C.H. member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Lewis, C.H. secretary of Lions Club 4-6; 
Lewis, Paul home on leave 6-22; 
Lewis, Paul in action on Iwo Jima 3-30; 
Lions baseball team play first game 7-13; 
Lions Baseball Team, collecting team uniforms 10-19; 
Lions Club to help with clothing drive 4-6; 
Lions Club to sponsor baseball team 6-29; 
Lions Club bought team's uniforms, equipment 7-20; 
Lions Club elects new officers 6-15; 
Lions Club members attend Co Comm meet on behalf 5 acres for REA 9-14; 
Lions Club next meeting to discuss post-war projects 8-24; 
Lions Club sponsor movement for teacher pay raise 12-7; 
Lions Club sponsors Boy Scouts, receives charter 1-26; 
Lions Club sponsors White Way Project/Folkston 10-12; 
Lions Club White Way project progressing 10-26; 
Lions Club baseball team picture 9-14; 
Lipetzsky, V.A. new baby girl 12-7; 
Lipetzsky, Rosanne is brand new baby girl 12-7; 
Littlefield, Candler home on leave 5-25; 
Littlefield, Candler promoted 3-30; 
Littlefield, Margaret [Bowen] has new baby boy 9-14; 
Littles, Rev. R.H. pastor Mt. Carmel Bap. Church 9-28; 
Litts, John T. voted in first St. George election 8-24; 
Lloyd, Archie died 1-19; 
Lloyd, Charlie F. son Archie died 1-19; 
Lloyd, Dorothy brother Archie died 1-19; 
Lloyd, Edward brother Archie died 1-19; 
Lloyd, Jeff wounded in Germany 6-8; 
Lloyd, Jeff, Sr. son, Jeff wounded in Germany 6-8; 
Lloyd, M.H. member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Lloyd, Mrs. Nora grandson Archie died 1-19;
Lloyd, Paul brother Archie died 1-19 ; 
Lloyd, Richard brother Archie died 1-19; 
Long, C.M. member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Lott's Ten Cent Store was in Wade Block 1-12; 
Love, Mrs. L.A. sister Mrs. Leonilla Baker died 11-9; 
Lowther, Annie Belle [Gibson] living in Jax. 8-10;

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Maddox, John married 3-9; 
Majors, Charles Henry is brand new baby boy 11-30; 
Majors, L.D. Masonic officer 12-21; 
Majors, L.D. new baby boy 11-30; 
Mallard, L.E. Christmas ad 12-21; 
Mallard, L.E. Masonic officer 12-21; 
Mallard, L.E. member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Martin, Joe refuge ranger murdered 6-8; 
Martin, Odella Arlena married 11-16;
Masonic Lodge elects officers 12-21; 
Matthews, Mrs. W.L. son Franklin home on leave 8-3; 
Mattox Apartments newly weds Leila and G.W. Guthrie live there 8-3; 
Mattox Crossing store sold to Robert N. Staton 3-16; 
Mattox, Abe employed at atomic bomb project, Tenn. 11-2; 
Mattox, J.M. member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Mattox, Miss Frances professional model, N.Y. 2-16; 
Mattox, Mrs. A.M. daughter Frances is professional model 2-16; 
Mattox, Mrs. Ollie brother Ernest N. died 9-14; 
Mayeux, Benton O. married 1-19; 
Mays, Jack completes radio school in Maryland 7-20; 
Mays, Jack R. home from the War 12-21; 
Mays, Mrs. Naomi niece married at her home 11-16; 
Mays, Mrs. Naomi son Richard home from war 11-16; 
Mays, Richard home from war 11-16; 
McClain, Mrs. G.L. father died 11-30; 
McConahie, A.H., voted in first St. George election 8-24; 
McConahie, A.H., member steering comm. to get St. Geo. Charter 8-24;  
McConahie, A.J., among first aldermen of St. George 8-24; 
McCoy Clinic W.D. Jones new baby 1-5; 
McCoy Hospital gets air conditioning unit 6-15;
McCoy, Bill in picture of baseball team 9-14;
McCoy, Dr. W.R. Lions Club 6-15;
McCoy, Dr. W.R. Christmas ad 12-21; 
McCoy, Dr. W.R. member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
McCoy, W.R. baseball team committee 6-29; 
McDuffie, H.P. member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
McElvey, J.L. son John married 9-28; 
McElvey, John L. married 9-28; 
McHan, Capt. W.N. hosts two barbeques at convict camp 7-6; 
McKendree, Mae J. city clerk 11-30; 
McKendree, Mrs. Mae J. new Folkston city clerk 5-18; 
McKenzie, Mrs. John brother A.J. died 1-5; 
McLean, Tommy Hugh graduated 5-25; 
McLeod, Mrs. Carrie niece Vivian died 6-8; 
McMasters, Mrs. J.H. sister died 7-13; 
McQueen, A.S. building four new houses 11-2; 
McQueen, A.S. Christmas ad 12-21; 
McQueen, A.S. member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
McQueen, Col. opens new subdivision in west Folkston 10-19; 
McQueen, William A. home from War 12-21; 
Michael, Pat in picture of baseball team 9-14; 
Mills, Douglas home from War 12-14; 
Mills, E.F. at one time owned Wilson home place 2-16; 
Mills, John A. home from War 12-7; 
Mills, S.M. Gilbert Mizell building home nearby 11-9; 
Mills, Sol P. member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Minor, Mrs. Effie father died 6-15; 
Mizell, Alton home from War 12-14; 
Mizell, Clifford Boy Scout 3-16; 
Mizell, Clifford in picture of baseball team 9-14; 
Mizell, Dorothy sang with quartet in Jax. 4-20; 
Mizell, Dorothy Dix graduated 5-25; 
Mizell, E.M. in picture of baseball team 9-14; 
Mizell, Frances new teacher at high school 10-19; 
Mizell, Gilbert M. constructing new home 11-9; 
Mizell, Harold new baby girl born 11-2; 
Mizell, Hilda Grace is brand new baby girl 11-2; 
Mizell, J.P. member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Mizell, Madria Inez graduated 5-25; 
Mizell, Mildred H. teacher 4-6; 
Mizell, Mrs. F.M. father died 6-29; 
Mizell, Mrs. J.P. sister Agnes died 1-19; 
Mizell, Mrs. Mildred H. teacher 9-7; 
Mizell, O.C. daughter Frances, teacher 10-19; 
Mizell, O.C. member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Mizell, O.C. member Rationing Board 10-5; 
Mizell, Tommy home on leave 2-16; 
Mizell, William councilman 11-30; 
Mizell, William councilman 12-7; 
Mizell, William Masonic officer 12-21; 
Mizell, William member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Mobley, Mrs. Fleta father died 9-14; 
Moonshine another liquor still on Spanish Creek destroyed by feds 8-24; 
Moonshine, another still destroyed by feds, at St. George 8-31; 
Moore, James W., voted in first St. George election 8-24; 
Moore, Ralph Valedictorian, graduated St. George HS 5-18; 
Morgan, J.E. daughter Mary married 12-7; 
Morgan, J.E. son William home on leave 1-19; 
Morgan, Jasper S. home from War 10-19; 
Morgan, Jasper S. in training for US Navy 5-11; 
Morgan, Mary married 12-7; 
Morgan, Mrs. Laura M. husband in training for Navy 5-11; 
Morgan, William R.C. home on leave 1-19; 
Murray, Ed member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Murray, Ed son Francis home from War 11-30; 
Murray, F.L. member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Murray, Francis home from War 11-30; 
Murray, Mrs. Barbara Crews father died 5-25; 
Murray, Mrs. J.C. father died 1-5; 
Myers, H,C., voted in first St. George election 8-24;

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Nazworth, A.L. father died 11-16; 
Nazworth, Arthur E. died 11-16; 
Nazworth, Bonnie Fay father died 11-16; 
Nazworth, Corbett brother Arthur died 11-16; 
Nazworth, Edward father died 11-16; 
Nazworth, Erline father died 11-16; 
Nazworth, Estelle father died 11-16; 
Nazworth, Eugene father died 11-16; 
Nazworth, Frank father died 11-16; 
Nazworth, George brother Arthur died 11-16; 
Nazworth, George injured in accident 11-16; 
Nazworth, Gladys Mae graduated 5-25; 
Nazworth, James Edgar to resume boxing career 12-21; 
Nazworth, Louise father died 11-16; 
Nazworth, Mrs. J.A. son, James Edgar to resume boxing career 12-21; 
Nazworth, Mrs. Sarah Jane son Arthur died 11-16; 
Nazworth, Norris father died 11-16; 
Nazworth, Roland father died 11-16; 
Nazworth, Roy brother Arthur died 11-16; 
Nelson, Barney home from war 11-16; 
Nelson, Delia mother of Willie Eugene Nelson 2-9; 
Nelson, Mrs. Willie Eugene wife of Willie Eugene Nelson 2-9; 
Nelson, Willie Eugene died of war wounds 2-9; 
Nicks, J.C. Plumbing and Electrical Work Christmas ad 12-21; 
Nipper, George W. home from War 12-21; 
Nobles, Mrs. Eva Catherine married 7-13; 
Nobles, Otis winner men's 100 yard dash 10-5; 
Nobles, Otis L. has new baby girl 8-24; 
Norman, Marie Boyd married 9-28; 
Norman, Mrs. Fannie R. teacher, St. George 9-21; 
Norman, Mrs. Fannye R. teacher 5-4; 
Norman, N.J. first white citizen of St. George 8-24; 
Norman, N.J. voted in first St. George election 8-24; 
Nurse county nurse, Mrs. Thompson, resigns 10-5;

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O'Neal, Eloise accompanied Southwell sisters to California 11-2; 
O'Neal, R.L. son married 11-16; 
O'Neal, R.L. to be married 11-2; 
O'Neal, Robert Lester married 11-16; 
O'Quinn, Clarence home from War 11-23; 
O'Quinn, H.L. daughter Ruth married 1-5; 
O'Quinn, Ruth married 1-5; 
Ok. Rural Elec. Member. Corp to moved to Charlton 9-14; 
Okefenokee Station Christmas ad 12-21; 
Old Bank Build new building, picture show, being built adjoining 8-10; 
Old Bank Building sold to Frank Walker 2-16; 
Oliver, Mrs. Mamie father died 6-15; 
OREMC Co Comm vote to buy 5 acres, donate to REA 9-14; 
Osterman, Fred judge of 4-H Club contests 10-5; 
Osterman, Fred member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Overman, H.D. teacher at Moniac 6-15; 
Overman, Mrs. H.D. teacher, Moniac 6-15;

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Pace, Mrs. J.B. nephew Lonnie Wainwright home from war 8-24 ; 
Pace, Mrs. Zoie her nephew Lonnie Wainwright awarded medal 4-27; 
Pacetti, Louis David married 7-20; 
Page, H.C. former ACL agent 3-16; 
Page, H.C. RR agent retired after 40 years work 4-20; 
Page, Jewell Gladys married 7-20; 
Passieu Chevrolet Co. Christmas ad 12-21; 
Passieu Chevrolet Co. new 1946 Chev. on display 11-16; 
Passieu, C.J. baseball team committee 6-29; 
Passieu, C.J. Masonic officer 12-21; 
Passieu, C.J. mayor 11-30; 
Passieu, C.J. mayor, first traffic lights 7-13; 
Passieu, C.J. Lions Club 6-15; 
Passieu, C.J., mayor 12-7; 
Passieu, C.J., Mayor in charge of installing water meters 4-27; 
Passieu, C.J., Mayor riding bikes on sidewalk prohibited 9-28; 
Passieu, Louie home from war 11-2; 
Passieu, Louie home from War 11-30; 
Pearce, Eugene died in WWII 11-16; 
Pearce, Jim B., Jr. came home from war on liner, "Argentina" 9-14; 
Pearce, Marion teacher 4-6; 
Pearce, Marion Elizabeth graduated 5-25; 
Pearce, Mrs. J.B. Chief Clerk at Folkston Post Office 8-24; 
Pearre, Nelle Pickren discharged from WACS 7-27; 
Pence, Mrs. R.W. teacher 9-7; 
Petty, Glynn married 1-5; 
Petty, Harry brother Samuel died 11-30; 
Petty, Harry son Glynn married 1-5; 
Petty, Lee died in WWII 11-16; 
Petty, Mrs. Mattie husband died 11-30; 
Petty, Parker father died 11-30; 
Petty, Samuel Allen died 11-30; 
Petty, Seab member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Petty, Wilma member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Pickren Service Station Christmas ad 12-21; 
Pickren, Jean sang with quartet in Jax. 4-20; 
Pickren, Jean attending Bessie Tift College 10-26; 
Pickren, Jean Devonne graduated 5-25; 
Pickren, Porter Tracy name of new baby son of V.J. Pickrens 9-7; 
Pickren, S.L. Boy Scout 3-16; 
Pickren, Verne J. new son born, Porter Tracy 9-7; 
Pickren, W.W. Lions Club 6-15; 
Pickren, W.W. heads Polio Fund drive 1-26; 
Pickren, W.W. member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Player, Bobbie Ruth married 7-13; 
Player, Miss Bobbie Ruth works for Eastern Air Lines 2-23; 
Player, R.E. chief of police 11-30; 
Player, R.E. daughter Bobbie Ruth married 7-13; 
Player, R.E. member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Player, R.E. member Rationing Board 10-5; 
Player, R.E. new chief police for Folkston 1-5; 
Player, R.E. officer in American Legion 8-10; 
Polio Robert Barnes died of complications 2-16; 
Poll Tax repealed in Ga. 3-9; 
Post Office, Folkston moved up to second class 8-24; 
Postma, Mrs. Ada Chase died 7-13; 
Postma, R.T. mother died 7-13; 
Postma, T.J. wife died 7-13; 
Prescott, B.M. member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Prescott, Ben has brand new baby girl 10-12; 
Prescott, J.C. many experiences in fighting in five countries 8-24; 
Prescott, J.C. wrote letter to sister Mildred Wainwright 8-24; 
Prescott, James T. due home soon 8-3; 
Prescott, Jane is brand new baby girl 10-12; 
Prescott, Leila [Ellis] is mother of brand new baby girl 10-5; 
Prescott, Mrs. Claude brother Bryant Crews murdered 6-8; 
Prescott, Mrs. Everett brother Bryant Crews murdered 6-8; 
Prescott, Mrs. Mary grandmother of Cheryl Karen Ellis 10-5; 
Prescott, Mrs. Mary has new grandson Ronald Eugene 8-10; 
Prescott, Mrs. Owen brother Bryant Crews murdered 6-8; 
Prescott, O.M. has new grandson named Ronald Eugene 8-10; 
Prescott, O.M. grandfather of Cheryl Karen Ellis 10-5; 
Prescott, Paul P. has new son Ronald Eugene 8-10; 
Prescott, Ronald Eugene is new baby for Paul Prescotts 8-10; 
Prescott, Willie judge of 4-H Club contests 10-5; 
Prescott, Willie H. son James T. due home from war soon 8-3; 
Prevatt, Barbara Neal graduated 5-25; 
Prevatt, J.A. Grocery Christmas ad 12-21; 
Prevatt, Mary Ola graduated 5-25; 
Prevatt, Mrs. Gladys father died 9-14; 
Privett, Mrs. W.H. brother, Henry Frank, died 8-24; 
Proctor, Marion married 4-13; 
Purvis, Devant home on leave 11-30; 
Purvis, Devant Jan married 3-23; 
Purvis, Guy in picture of baseball team 9-14;

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Queen Mary ship, 3 Charlton boys came home on it 9-14; 
Quick, C.H. daughter Charlene married 12-21; 
Quick, Charlene married 12-21;

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Railroad depots description of village depots 10-5; 
Railroad, 2nd and 3rd citizen of St. George were depot agent, telegraph op. 8-24; 
Rationing Board abolished 10-5; 
Raulerson, Juanita winner of school popularity contest 11-2; 
Raynor, O.E. awarded prizes to 4-H contest winners 10-5; 
Raynor, O.E. directing collection for United War Fund Drive 10-5; 
Raynor, O.E. former Captain State Guards 3-2; 
Raynor, O.E. member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Red Cross Fund quota exceeded 4-6; 
Red Cross (Jr. Red Cross) prepares and ships kits for servicemen 8-10; 
Red Cross District Meeting 7 from Folk attended 2-2; 
Renfroe, Mrs. Myrtle leader for Jr. Red Cross 8-10; 
Renfroe, Mrs. R.R. directed girls quartet 4-20; 
Reseigne, Samuel married 7-13; 
Reynolds, W.L. member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Rhoden, Aaron, voted in first St. George election 8-24; 
Rhoden, Shirley winner of school popularity contest 11-2; 
Roberts Garage Building P.O. Stokes bought it 1-12; 
Roberts, Dr. Earl H. father died 6-15; 
Roberts, Enoch Jefferson 6-15; 
Roberts, George father died 6-15; 
Roberts, Jack father died 6-15; 
Roberts, John father died 6-15; 
Roberts, L.E. father died 6-15; 
Roberts, L.E., Sr. son killed in action 8-31; 
Roberts, Lonnie Emmett died in WWII 11-16; 
Roberts, Lonnie Emmett, Jr. killed in action 8-31; 
Robinson, Fred home from War 12-14; 
Robinson, Fred M. special recognition for WWII fighting 1-26; 
; Robinson, Mrs. W.H. clerk at city election 12-7; 
Robinson, Old Rosa place, part of new McQueen subdivision 10-19; 
Robinson, Rosa residence, Barefoot family move in 7-20; 
Roddenberry, Franklin home on leave 8-3; 
Roddenberry, Franklin home from war 11-9; 
Roddenberry, Lizzie home place sold to W.R. Allen 1-26; 
Roddenberry, Mrs. J.D. teacher 4-6; 
Roddenberry, Mrs. J.D. teacher 9-7; 
Rodgers Building Draft Board upstairs 1-5; 
Rodgers, Ben has new baby boy, Henry Ben. Jr. 9-28; 
Rodgers, Henry Benjamin, Jr. is brand new baby 9-28; 
Rogers, I.L. member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Rogers, Ira Jr. in hospital in Jacksonville 5-25; 
Rogers, Ira, Jr. wounded in action on Iwo Jima 4-6; 
Rogers, Ira, Sr. son Ira, Jr. wounded in action 4-6; 
Rogers, Martha Agnes [Layton] daughter Agnes died 1-19; 
Roosevelt, President Franklin Delano died 4-20; 
Roraback, R.R. voted in first St. George election 8-24; 
Rucker, Mrs. F.R. sister Patricia Gail died 1-5; 
Russell, Estelle [Jinright] has new baby girl 1-26; 
Russia declares war on Japan 8-10;

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Sabin, Mrs. Bertha sister died 7-13; 
Sage, J.A., first Treasurer of St. George 8-24; 
Sage, J.A., voted in first St. George election 8-24; 
Sanders, Mrs. Eleanor C. teacher 9-7; 
Sanders, Raymond married 7-13; 
Sands, Clyde member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Sands, Mrs. Thyra McDuffie teacher Moniac 10-5; 
Sands, Mrs. Thyra McDuffie teacher, Moniac 9-21; 
Sauls, Herman shot convict 6-29; 
Schneider, Dr. W.J. attended shopper who died 4-13; 
School Board elected 2 more teachers 5-4; 
School CCHS quartet sings in Jacksonville 4-20; 
School Charlton County High graduates named 5-25; 
School more new teachers approved by BOE 10-5; 
School St. George graduation plans 5-18; 
School, bus driver, St. George, Mrs. J.A. Barker 10-5; 
School, Charlton County High Honor Graduates 6-1; 
School, Folkston High, Halloween Carnival a big success 11-2; 
School, Lions Club sponsor movement for teacher pay raise 12-7; 
School, more teachers approved for new term. Article hard to read. 8-10; 
School, new bus for Traders Hill route 2-16; 
School, new teachers listed 9-14; 
School, teachers elected 4-6; 
School, teachers elected for new year 6-15; 
School, all children collecting dimes for Polio Drive 1-26; 
School, Folkston Frances Mizell teacher 10-19; 
School, Folkston Ester Strong is teacher 7-20; 
School, Folkston new teacher Eula Jones 9-14; 
School, Folkston new teacher Quinton R. Henry 10-5; 
School, Folkston new teachers 9-21; 
School, Folkston teachers named 9-7; 
School, Folkston Consolidated opened 9-7; 
School, Folkston High G.N. Birdsong new basketball coach 11-9; 
School, Folkston, Carnival receipts to help stay accredited 11-2; 
School, graduation plans 4-6; 
School, Moniac opens for new term 9-21; 
School, Moniac teachers 10-5; 
School, Moniac teachers 6-15; 
School, Moniac teachers 9-21; 
School, more teachers elected 9-14; 
School, Racepond building sold to Racepond church 2-9; 
School, St. George Mrs. J.A. Barker, bus driver 10-5; 
School, St. George Halloween Carnival big success 11-2; 
School, St. George new teachers 10-5; 
School, St. George new teachers 9-14; 
School, St. George opens for new term 9-21; 
School, St. George teachers 9-21; 
School, St. George teachers 7-20; 
School, teacher J.T. Lee 4-6; 
School, Uptonville All Uptonville pupils now come to Folkston 9-14; 
School, Uptonville teachers 6-15; 
Schools, lunchrooms open in all three schools 9-21; 
Scott, B.F., Sr. golden wedding anniversary 3-30; 
Scott, C.M. son Carl visits 1-19; 
Scott, Carl son Myron rescued from sunken ship 3-23; 
Scott, Carl, Jr. home on leave 1-19; 
Scott, Mrs. Mary teacher 4-6; 
Scott, Mrs. Mary teacher 9-7; 
Scott, Myron L. rescued from sunken ship 3-23; 
Scott, Tom Boy Scout 3-16; 
Sears, Imogene teacher 4-6; 
Sears, Mrs. Imogene son home from War 10-12; 
Sears, Mrs. Imogene teacher 9-7; 
Selective Service Board moved to Rodgers Building 1-5; 
Sellars, Jack, voted in first St. George election 8-24; 
Shannon Grocery Store shopper died of heart attack 4-13; 
Ship to be named for Waycross 6-29; 
Shivar [Creel] , Marguerite has new baby girl 10-19; 
Shivar, A.E. returned to U.S. 3-23; 
Shivar, Bernard brother A.E. returned to US 3-23; 
Shivar, Bernard Lathan on way home from War 10-19; 
Shivar, E.D. son A.E. returned to U.S. 3-23; 
Shoe shop used to be in Wade Block Bldg. 6-15; 
Sikes, J.O. Christmas ad 12-21; 
Sikes, J.O. investigated Bud Everett killing 1-5; 
Sikes, J.O. investigated dead stranger 1-5; 
Sikes, J.O. member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Sikes, Jackie has new baby girl 12-7; 
Sikes, John H. member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Simms, Miss Sara teacher, St George 10-5; 
Sims, Sarah Mae teacher St George 9-21; 
Smith Charlie Frank shot, killed by guard 6-29; 
Smith, Arthur, voted in first St. George election 8-24; 
Smith, Bennie married 9-7; 
Smith, Jake Boy Scout 3-16; 
Smith, Mrs. William S. chairman Christmas Seal sales 11-30; 
Smith, S.J., voted in first St. George election 8-24; 
Smith, Scoutmaster William S. receives new charter 1-26; 
Smith, William S. Lions Club 6-15; 
Smith, William S. Christmas ad 12-21; 
Smith, William S. on program for Armistice Day 11-16; 
Smith, William S. Scoutmaster with scouts at T Hill 3-16; 
Smith, William S. to deliver graduation address 4-6; 
Smith, Wm. S., County School Supt. assigns new bus to T Hill 2-16; 
Solomon, Margie sang with quartet in Jax 4-20; 
Solomon, Margie Inez graduated 5-25; 
Southern Gas Co. got contract for heaters/courthouse 12-14; 
Southwell Hopkins Oil Co. Christmas ad 12-21; 
Southwell, Betty Activities Award at Graduation 6-1; 
Southwell, Betty attended ordination of Lamar Wainwright 9-7; 
Southwell, Betty to give welcome at graduation 4-6; 
Southwell, Betty Marie graduated 5-25; 
Southwell, Bettye accompanied sister to California 11-2; 
Southwell, J.B. councilman 12-7; 
Southwell, J.B. daughter Rosalie to be married 11-2; 
Southwell, J.B. Lions Club 6-15; 
Southwell, John B. councilman 11-30; 
Southwell, Rosalie married 11-16; 
Southwell, Rosalie to be married 11-2; 
Spell, Mrs. W.T. brother A.J. died 1-5; 
Spence, Gilbert info on how he was killed in action 7-6; 
Spence, Gilbert died in WWII 11-16; 
Spencer, Mrs. J.W. died 7-27; 
Spradley, Cora Cooper husband died 8-17; 
Spradley, Ed, father died 8-17; 
Spradley, Gus, father died 8-17; 
Spradley, Harold, father died 8-17; 
Spradley, J.D. met brother, in service, in California 7-13; 
Spradley, J.D., father died 8-17; 
Spradley, Joe, father died 8-17; 
Spradley, Joel married 9-21; 
Spradley, Lee met brother, in service, in California 7-13; 
Spradley, Lee, father died 8-17; 
Spradley, Miss Corene, father died 8-17; 
Spradley, Miss Gladys, father died 8-17; 
Spradley, Miss Lucinda, father died 8-17; 
Spradley, Miss Nancy, father died 8-17; 
Spradley, Mrs. Pedro brother Archie died 1-19; 
Spradley, Oscar, father died 8-17; 
Spradley, Peter S. died 8-17; 
Spradley, Sam, father died 8-17; 
Spradley, Silas, father died 8-17; 
Spradley, Simpson, father died 8-17; 
St. George, letter of former resident TW Wrench about early history 8-24; 
Stamm, Daniel, voted in first St. George election 8-24; 
Stanley, Jim has new baby boy 9-14; 
Stapleton Pharmacy Christmas ad 12-21; 
Stapleton, C.P. Masonic officer 12-21; 
Stapleton, E.B. chrm Rationing Board 10-5; 
Stapleton, E.B. councilman 11-30; 
Stapleton, E.B. councilman 12-7; 
Stapleton, E.B. Masonic officer 12-21; 
Stapleton, E.B. member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Stapleton, E.B., Jr. home from War 12-21; 
Stapleton, Miss Kathleen assistant clerk of Rationing Board 10-5; 
Stephen, W.L. son Claude married 12-7; 
Stephens, Claude married 12-7; 
Stephens, Miss Evelyn teacher, St George 10-5; 
Stevens, Evelyn teacher, St. George 9-21; 
Steward, Mary Lou [Birdsong] has new baby girl 8-24; 
Stewart, Abram home from War 12-14; 
Stokes, A.L. brother, Henry Frank, died 8-24; 
Stokes, C.F. father died 8-24; 
Stokes, E.M. brother, Henry Frank, died 8-24; 
Stokes, Edwin home from war 11-9; 
Stokes, Emily teacher 4-6; 
Stokes, Geraldine teacher 4-6; 
Stokes, Henry Frank died 8-24; 
Stokes, Herschel co-winner three legged race 10-5; 
Stokes, Miss Emily teacher 9-7; 
Stokes, Miss Geraldine teacher 9-7; 
Stokes, Miss Lillie brother, Henry Frank, died 8-24; 
Stokes, Mrs. Flora died 5-18; 
Stokes, N.H. brother, Henry Frank, died 8-24; 
Stokes, P.O. buys garage building Main St. 1-12; 
Stokes, P.O. member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Stokes, R.J. brother, Henry Frank, died 8-24; 
Stokes, R.J. wife died 5-18; 
Stokes, Wilton home from War 10-26; 
Stover, Joe Boy Scout 3-16; 
Strickland, Dr. J.W., voted in first St. George election 8-24; 
Strong, Ester teacher 7-20; 
Stroup Sinclair Station Christmas ad 12-21; 
Stroup, C.E., voted in first St. George election 8-24; 
Stroup, Peggy new home completed 11-30; 
Stroup, R.B. building new home 11-2; 
Stroup, R.B. new home completed 11-30; 
Stroup, Richard resigned as clerk Draft Board 1-5; 
Sutton, Joe H., voted in first St. George election 8-24; 
Suwannee Store Christmas ad 12-21; 
Suwannee Store meat market closed 2-9;

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Tax Poll voting tax repealed in Ga. 3-9; 
Taylor, Dr. in picture of baseball team 9-14; 
Taylor, Dr. J.S. bought old Wilson home 2-16; 
Taylor, Dr. J.S. coach, baseball team, collecting uniforms 10-19; 
Taylor, Lee R. promoted 1-19; 
Taylor, Mrs. E.A. mother died 11-9; 
Taylor, Mrs. Irene son Lee R. promoted 1-19; 
Terry, Roy, voted in first St. George election 8-24; 
Theater, new movie theater being built, near Old Bank Bldg 8-10; 
Thomas, H.D., voted in first St. George election 8-24; 
Thomas, Herman Lee wounded in action 8-17; 
Thomas, Junior arrived safely on Admiralty Island 1-26; 
Thomas, W.L. chairman of draft board 1-5; 
Thomas, W.L. Chrm Draft Board 12-7; 
Thomas, W.L. grandson Tommy Allen has operation 2-2; 
Thomas, W.L. Masonic officer 12-21; 
Thompson, Bruce member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Thompson, Burnell winner of school popularity contest 11-2; 
Thompson, Dr. W.D. daughter Kathryn married 11-9; 
Thompson, Dr. W.D. daughter Willette married 3-9; 
Thompson, Dr. W.D. post commander of American Legion 8-10; 
Thompson, J.C. Justice of Peace, St. George 8-24; 
Thompson, J.C., member steering comm. for St. Geo. Charter 8-24; 
Thompson, J.C., voted in first St. George election 8-24; 
Thompson, Kathryn clerk of Draft Board 1-5; 
Thompson, Kathryn married 11-9; 
Thompson, Mrs. Fred, father died 8-24; 
Thompson, Mrs. J.W. father died 11-30; 
Thompson, Mrs. Jack resigns as county nurse 10-5; 
Thompson, Myra Lea graduated 5-25; 
Thompson, Myra Lea married 9-7; 
Thompson, R.M. daughter Myra Lea married 9-7; 
Thrift, A.L. member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Thrift, Brunson drove vehicle in accident 11-16; 
Thrift, Brunson injured in shipyard 7-13; 
Thrift, Eunice graduated 5-25; 
Thrift, George Brunson graduated 5-25; 
Thrift, J.R. home from war 11-9; 
Thrift, M.D. son Brunson injured 7-13; 
Thrift, M.D. son drove vehicle in fatal accident 11-16; 
Thrift, Mack David, Jr. graduated 5-25; 
Thrift, Miss Eunice clerk of Draft Board 11-30; 
Thrift, Mrs. Irene teacher, Moniac 6-15; 
Thrift, Oliver murdered 2 refuge rangers 6-8; 
Thrift, R.H. daughter Eunice clerk of Draft Board 11-30; 
Thrift, R.H. member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Tillman home, Theo Dinkins building new home 11-2; 
Todd, Eddie mother died 11-2; 
Todd, Frank grandmother Daniels died 11-2; 
Todd, John sister Mary E. Daniels died 11-2; 
Tomlinson, Winona graduated 5-25; 
Toole, Charles H. killed in accident on highway 1-5; 
Torode, E.T. Among first aldermen of St. George 8-24; 
Torode, E.T., voted in first St. George election 8-24
; Torode, Mrs. Pauline father died 6-15; 
Traders Hill Lucian Fulton killed in accident 5-11; 
Traders Hill Resident Willie Eugene Nelson died of war wounds 2-9; 
Truman, President ordered two day holiday for fed. Employees at end of war 8-17; 
Tuberculosis hospital in Alto, Ga. needs more employees 2-2; 
Tucker, L.H. member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Tucker, L.H. sold Mattox Crossing Store to Robert Staton 3-16; 
Turner, M.M. member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Tyre, Mrs. Layton brother A.J. died 1-5; 
Tyson, John S., Jr. Christmas ad 12-21;

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United Nations Clothing Collection drive for used clothes 4-6; 
United War Fund new quota set 10-5; 
Unknown man, found dead near Mattox 1-5; 
Uptonville, school pupils consolidated with Folkston 9-14; 
Uptonville, Nathaniel Hannans shot Bud Everett 1-5;

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Vickers, J.M. home from war 11-9; 
Vickers, J.M. home from War 12-14; 
Vickery, Jennie [Grooms] husband died 9-14; 
Vickery, Mary teacher 4-6;

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Wade Block Building Gays Grocery Store 1-12; 
Wade, Carol Frances is brand new baby girl 8-24; 
Wade, Merl has new baby girl, Carol Frances 8-24; 
Wainwright, D.R. attended ordination of son 9-7; 
Wainwright, D.R. son, Lamar, graduated Seminary 6-1; 
Wainwright, Elmer Lamar graduated Seminary 6-1; 
Wainwright, Jeannette winner pie eating contest 10-5; 
Wainwright, Lonnie awarded Bronze Star Medal 4-27; 
Wainwright, Lonnie D. home from war on Queen Mary 9-14; 
Wainwright, Lonnie D. returned from war 8-24; 
Wainwright, Mildred brother J.C. Prescott wrote her of experiences 8-24; 
Wainwright, Ralph L. home on leave 8-3; 
Wainwright, Rev. E. Lamar ordained into Presby. Church 9-7; 
Wainwright, Sue Dee attended ordination of brother 9-7; 
Wainwright, Sue Dee graduated Andrew College 5-25; 
Wainwright, Tim member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Walker, Frank bought Old Bank Building 2-16; 
Walker, Frank building new movie theater adjacent Old Bank Bldg 8-10; 
War Hitler dead, war drawing to close 5-4; 
War Missing B-24 bomber believed crashed in Swamp 1-26; 
War Armistice Day special program 11-16; 
War cola drinks to be scarce, not enough sugar to go around 6-22; 
War insufficient supply of cigarettes for demand 2-16; 
War reaction in Folkston when war in Europe was over 5-11; 
War War in Europe over 5-11; 
War Willie Eugene Nelson is first Negro of Charlton to die of wounds 2-9; 
War Price and Rationing Board abolished 10-5; 
War, Fighting ceases. Much rejoicing. Bells ringing. Holidays 8-17; 
War, no more gasoline rationing 8-17; 
War, World War One, Arthur E. Nazworth served 11-16; 
War, rationing board abolished 10-5; 
War, Russia v. Japan was shortest war of major powers 8-24; 
War, Zelton Conner home 10-12; 
Ward, Helen married 3-16; 
Ward, Mrs. Estelle daughter Helen married 3-16; 
Warren, Benjamin, voted in first St. George election 8-24; 
Wasdin, David R. died 6-29; 
Wasdin, G.C. father died 6-29; 
Wasdin, J.G. father died 6-29; 
Wasdin, L.H. father died 6-29; 
Wasdin, L.T. father died 6-29; 
Wasdin, W.E. father died 6-29
; Wasdin, W.L. father died 6-29; 
Waterman, Alice Clare married 10-5; 
Waterman, Rev. R.W. daughter Alice married 10-5; 
Waycross Victory Ship to be name for that city 6-29; 
Welch, D.C., among first aldermen of St. George 8-24; 
Welch, D.C., member steering comm. to get St. Geo. Charter 8-24; 
Welch, D.C., voted in first St. George election 8-24; 
Westberry, Emory home from war 11-9; 
Whip O Will cafÈ opens 2-2; 
White Way for Folkston progress being made 10-26; 
White Way Project for city of Folkston 10-12; 
White, Frances Lyons daughter Lillie died 8-3; 
White, George Boy Scout 3-16; 
White, Harold home from War 12-14; 
White, Harold visits home folks 7-20; 
White, J.E. voted in first St. George election 8-24; 
White, John died in WWII 11-16; 
White, M.G. member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
White, Rev. John M. daughter Lillie died 8-3; 
Wildes, five brothers served in War 10-26; 
Wildes, Mrs. Floyd resigns from Draft Board 11-30; 
Wildes, Ansel one of five sons in War 10-26; 
Wildes, Floyd one of five sons in War 10-26; 
Wildes, Floyd C. married 11-9; 
Wildes, George Florrnoy killed in accident in France 9-14; 
Wildes, Harry home on leave 7-27; 
Wildes, Harry one of five sons in War 10-26; 
Wildes, J.M. had five sons in War 10-26; 
Wildes, Julian one of five sons in War 10-26; 
Wildes, Lawrence one of five sons in War 10-26 ; 
Wildes, Mack son Floyd married 11-9; 
Wildes, R.H. son George Florrnoy killed in accident 9-14; 
Wildes, S.F. died in WWII 11-16; 
Wilkinson, James L. voted in first St. George election 8-24; 
Wilks, Dalton wounded in Europe, in hospital 4-13; 
Williams, Dr. A.D. officer in American Legion 8-10; 
Williams, Dr. A.D. opens new clinic next to his home 12-21; 
Williams, Eugene in France, promoted 3-23; 
Williams, J.D.E., voted in first St. George election 8-24; 
Wilson, Donovan in picture of baseball team 9-14 ; 
Wilson, J.M. member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Wilson, O.F. his home place sold to Dr. Taylor 2-16; 
Wilson, O.F. was clerk of County Comm. 12-7; 
Windham, Fred M. married 11-16; 
Winokur, Herman Holland Barber home from War 10-19; 
Wolff, Edwin L. mother died 1-19; 
Wolff, G. Ralph mother died 1-19; 
Wolff, George E. wife died 1-19; 
Wolff, Mrs. Agnes Layton died 1-19; 
Wolff, Roy A. mother died 1-19; 
Wolff, W. Raymond mother died 1-19; 
Woolard, Ruby Irene graduated 5-25; 
Woolard, Steve daughter Thelma married 11-16; 
Woolard, Thelma married 11-16; 
Woolard, Thelma Myrtle graduated 5-25; 
Wrench, Agnes married 1-19; 
Wrench, Janet [Wade] has new baby girl 8-24; 
Wrench, Ralph coming home from War 10-19; 
Wrench, Ralph home from war 11-2; 
Wrench, T.W. attended dist. Red Cross meet. 2-2; 
Wrench, T.W. daughter Agnes married 1-19; 
Wrench, T.W. letter from him about early St. George history 8-24; 
Wrench, T.W. member Farm Bureau 9-14; 
Wrench, T.W. remembers Dixie Highway planners 12-7; 
Wrench, T.W. sec. Steering committee to get St. George charter 8-24; 
Wrench, T.W. wrote article on Martin-Windham wedding 11-16; 
Wrench, T.W., first Clerk of St. George 8-24;  
Wrench, T.W., voted in first St. George election 8-24; 
Wright, C.J. daughter Vivian died 6-8; 
Wright, C.J. new baby boy 3-30; 
Wright, Carroll, Jr. graduated 5-25; 
Wright, Carroll, Jr. in picture of baseball team 9-14; 
Wright, Carroll, Jr. sister died 6-8; 
Wright, E.H. granddaughter Vivian died 6-8; 
Wright, E.H. Service Station Christmas ad 12-21; 
Wright, Lester Edwin is new baby born to C.J. Wright family 3-30; 
Wright, Lester Edwin sister died 6-8; 
Wright, Vivian sang with quartet in Jax. 4-20; 
Wright, Vivian memorial at Bessie Tift college 10-26; 
Wright, Vivian Elise died 6-8; 
Wright, Wilbur niece Vivian died 6-8;

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Yarbrough, Mrs. F.W. father died 8-24; 
Youmans, Viola co-winner three legged race 10-5;

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Zarfos, J.H. member Farm Bureau 9-14; .

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