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NEWSPAPER EXCERPTS
1919


The Dillon Herald, January 2, 1919

Theodore Roosevelt dies suddenly at Sagamore Hill in New York

The Dillon Herald, January 2, 1919

Death of Percy G. McNair - transcription of obituary available by emailing hbmoody@bellsouth.net

The Dillon Herald, January 2, 1919

Creditors notice for the estate of:  
            
Luther R. Hayes
Richard Hyatt
W. B. Gaddy  

The Dillon Herald, January 16, 1919

Editor  Sheppard of the Latta Observer dies.  Article is torn.

The Dillon Herald, January 16, 1919

Jesse Evans, son of Dr, and Mrs. A. J. Evans to be decorated for distinguished bravery on the field of battle

The Dillon Herald, January 23, 1919

Wedding,  January 21, of Frances Fass and Samuel Stanford Elfenbein. Bride oldest daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Morris Fass.  Groom of New York

The Dillon Herald, January 23, 1919

Mrs. Luther Rogers seriously ill in Fayetteville Hospital

The Dillon Herald, January 23, 1919

Application of Administration for the estates of:
J. Lester Watson
Hector Page

Final notices for the estate of;
Aligood Horne
J. A. Moore
 F. S. Jackson

Creditors notice for the estate of:   
Charlie E. Taylor
Luther R. Hayes
Richard Hyatt
J. R. McKenzie
John Arch Herring

The Dillon Herald, January 30, 1919

Deaths in the January 30th issue –  transcriptions available by emailing hbmoody@bellsouth.net

Jno. W. Gaddy
Jane Rogers
J. T. McDonald
Mrs. W. A. Miller
Tribute to Allen Surles, Fairbluff, NC

The Dillon Herald, January 30, 1919

Creditors Notice for the estate of:

Susan Jane Lester
Nancy C. Merser
Aremetta Gaddy
 Sam Alford

The Dillon Herald, February 6, 1919

Deaths in the February 6th issue –  transcriptions available by emailing hbmoody@bellsouth.net

Maude W. Ford
Leonza Edwards

The Dillon Herald, February 13, 1919

Marriage of Annie Rachel McNeil and Lee Newman Shacklefud of Meridian, Mississippi. Married February 6 at the home of the bride's sister, Mr. & Mrs. John C. Bethea. Groom of Meridian, Miss.

The Dillon Herald, February 13, 1919

Application for administration of estate of:
 W. M. Lester
 Inman O. page

Administration sale of the Morris Blum Store

Final discharge notice of the estate of Tally Barfield

The Dillon Herald, February 20, 1919

On Friday, February 14, 1919, at the Methodist parsonage, Mr. Henry Gregory of Chester, SC and Miss Lena Dickens, of Dillon were married.  The ceremony being performed by Dr. Watson B. Duncan.  The happy couple will make their home in Dillon for the present at least.

The Dillon Herald, February 20, 1919

Arcadia Florida, Feb 18 – Lieutenant Daniel Crawford of Columbia S. C. was killed in an airplane fall in Carlstrom Field today.  He was making  “dip” at the height of about 1,000 feet when in some manner the belt by which he was strapped to the machine became loosened and  he fell out. Lieut. Crawford was about 25 years old.

The Dillon Herald, March 6, 1919

Death of Austin Caulder. –  Follow up article about the inquest in the March 20 issue.

The Dillon Herald, March 6, 1919

Lieut. Palmer S. Bethea discharged from army

The Dillon Herald, March 6, 1919

Creditors Notice for the estate of  Inman O. Page 
Application for administration of estate of Oscar F. Page

The Dillon Herald, March 20, 1919

Death of W. W. Nickels - long article not transcribed

The Dillon Herald, March 27, 1919

Deaths published in the March 27th issue - transcriptions available by emailing <hbmoody@bellsouth.net>

Jasper C. George
J. W. Cater

The Dillon Herald, March 27, 1919

The following Dillon County soldiers have been recently discharged from camps.

            White:
            Mitchum, James, Bethea
            Lester, Chas., Dillon
            Rogers, Harvey, Dillon
            Hughes, Bardon, Dillon
            Page, Vonnie, Dillon
            Smith, Zannie, Dillon
            Harley, Arthur, Hamer
            Moore, Clancy, Latta

            Colored:
            Ransom, Paul, Dillon
            Page, Comade, Dillon
            Caughman, Early, Dillon
            Carmichael, Daniel, Dillon
            Green, Willie, Dillon
            Johnson, Robin, Dillon
            Alfords, R. C., Hamer
            Edwards, Archie, Fork
            Page, Joshua, Lake View
            Ford, Coloner, Lake View
            Spears, Harmon, Minturn
            Whittington, Fred, Latta  

The Dillon Herald, March 27, 1919

Breece Harrelson, a boy of Pages Mill has just recovered from a case of the sleeping sickness. The boy, although able to be out and walk around, has the appearance of one just aroused from a state of hypnotism.  His eyes look as if he was still sleepy.  He slept 21 days.

The Dillon Herald, March 27, 1919

Latta News Section - Mrs. Laurin Bethea, who has been ill about a week died Friday morning.  She is survived by one son, Gordon, a sister, Mrs. Southerland of Laurinburg, N. C., and two brothers, Rev. W. H. L. McLaurin of Winter Haven, Fla., and John L. McLaurin of Latta. 

The Dillon Herald, March 27, 1919

Final discharge notice:

Joel Allen, guardian of W. M. Allen, Virgie Allen, Edith Allen, Bell McK. Allen and Joel O. Allen, deceased.

The Dillon Herald, March 27, 1919

Marriages:

Marriage of Edith Curtis and Roy Gaddy.  "Miss Edith Curtis  of Rose Hill, N.C., and Mr. Roy Gaddy of Gaddys Cross Roads this county  were married Sunday at the home of the bride.  Mr. Gaddy is the son of Mr. J. M. Gaddy.  The young couple will make their home with the  grooms father."

Announcement of marriage of Truss Booth to Rebecca Smith of Mullins

Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Rogers, married on the 18th have returned from a bridal trip to Washington DC and points north.

The Dillon Herald, March 27, 1919

 Death of Elizabeth McDonald, mother of M. H. McDonald of Page section died Sunday and was buried at Kentyre Church.

The Dillon Herald, March 27, 1919

Final discharge notice for the estate of Cary Elvington
Creditors Notice for the estate of Brooks Hamer

The Dillon Herald, April 3, 1919

Discharged soldiers:

            White
            Coward, Ben – Lake View
            Smith, Bryan – Latta
            Owings, H. F. – Laurens
   
           Colored
            Nelson, John Ford
            McRae, Make, Jr., Hamer
            Smith, Chalmer, Dillon

The Dillon Herald, April 10, 1919

Article about an altercation and shooting involving I. Blum and D. H. Fass

The Dillon Herald, April 10, 1919

Application for administration of estate of Louise Bethea

The Dillon Herald, April 10, 1919

Death of Andrew Cook - Calvary Section - The writer has been asked to announce that Rev. F. A. Prevatt, of Lumberton, N.C. will conduct the funeral services of Andrew Cook at the Second Baptist church at Dillon at 11 o'clock a.m. April 13.  The public is cordially invited to              attend.

The Dillon Herald, April 10, 1919

  Discharged soldiers

             Willie Morris, Dillon
             Cress Rogers, Floydale
            Jim Pelt, Dillon
            
             Colored

             Oscar Thompson. Dillon
             David Bethea, Dillon
             William Campbell, Fork

The Dillon Herald, April 17, 1919

          Discharged soldiers

             Brud Horn, Dillon, farmer
            Jackson, Monta, Dillon, farmer
            Smith, Newton, Little Rock, farmer
            Sneed, Frank, Kemper, sawmiller
            Brumbles, Fork, laborer
            Currie, Minturn, Clerk
            Hayes, Oscar M., Dillon, policeman
            McInnis, Edward, Judson, farmer
            Berry, Walter, Dillon, clerk
            Edens, Alfred, Ruby, constructor
            Allen, Shell, Dillon, farmer
            Coward, Dillon, farmer
            Utley, Dunlap, Dillon, farmer

The Dillon Herald, April 24, 1919

    Death of Mrs. W. S. Cottingham – transcription of obituary available by emailing <hbmoody@bellsouth.net>

The Dillon Herald, April 24, 1919

Latta, April 21 – The new mayor of Latta, T. W. berry is causing trouble among the gamblers and the sellers and buyers of “bitters.”  In on haul he brought in seven gamblers who contributed $210. to the town treasure.  One of the druggist violated the ordinance which prohibits the sale of “bitters’ except on the prescription of a physician and was fined $100. or  30 days – The State

The Dillon Herald, April 24, 1919

Mr. James M. Sprunt is making an effort to get an army airplane to come to Dillon Saturday and give the crowds an exhibition of the latest flying stunts.

The Dillon Herald, April 24, 1919

Discharged soldiers

            White

            Byrd, Frank, Fork, farmer
            Byrd, Daniel, Fork, farmer
            Kerns, White, Little Rock, farmer
            Jackson, Monts, Dillon, farmer
            Hyatt, Marvin, Dillon, farmer
            Bethea, Wm., Bethea, student
            Carmichael, Carson, Fork student
            Edwards, Richard, Dillon, drug clerk
            Heretis, Mike, Dillon, restaurant clerk
            Hamer James, Dillon, bookkeeper
            Hyatt, Harvey, Hamer, cotton mill worker
            Dew, Andrew, Dillon, farmer
            Moodie, Allen, Latta, farmer

            Colored

            McCallum, Duncan, Dillon, farmer
            Stafford, General, Dillon, farmer
            Davis, Mack, Dillon, farmer
            Thompson, Oscar, Dillon, farmer
            Wilson, Campbell, Fork, farmer
            Newton, Jesse, Dillon, laborer
            Swinney, Richard, Dillon, teamster
            Jackson, Nathan, Dillon, factory worker

The Dillon Herald, May 1, 1919

Deaths posted in the May 1st issue - transcriptions available by emailing request to <hbmoody@bellsouth.net>

Joe Bennett
Whittington Hamilton, CSA Veteran


The Dillon Herald, May 8, 1919

Dr. M. B. Munson Drops Dead While at the Home of his fiancee, Miss Edna David

The Dillon Herald, May 8, 1919

Plans for Reunion - Rowland, N. C. May 5, 1919.  Dillon Herald - Will you please publish the following announcement.  If you will, I certainly will be obliged to you.  "While visiting at the home of Mr. H. L. Calhoun, who lives on Route 2, Dillon, I met Mr. R. R. Roberts who is a veteran of the war and also a member of my company.  We talked about the members of our company - those who have gone to the world beyond and those who are left here for a few more years.  At last we decided that it would be wise to call a meeting of those who remain of Company H. Orrs. Rifle Regiment, South Carolina Volunteers.  All members of the above company are asked to meet in Dillon May the 30th at 11 o'clock in front of E.T. Elliott's stables.  After we meet we can arrange for dinner."
A. B. Bryant,
Co. H. Roo's Rifle Regiment, South Carolina Volunteers.
P. S. - I am at Rowland, N.C. for short time.

The Dillon Herald, May 8, 1919

Marriage of Herbert McKenzie and Ruth Moody on April 20, 1919.  The bride is the youngest daughter of  Mrs. Charles A. Moody.  They were married at the home of the brides' sister, Mrs. Pearl M. Howard of Florence.  The groom is from Florence.  

The Dillon Herald,  May 8, 1919

Death of John D. Alford  - transcription available by emailing request to <hbmoody@bellsouth.net>

The Dillon Herald, May 15, 1919

Death of James Stackhouse - transcription available by emailing request to <hbmoody@bellsouth.net>

The Dillon Herald, May 22, 1919

Union School at Gaddy's Mills closed last Friday.  The graduates were Misses Marjorie Oliver and Lucile Lupo.

The Dillon Herald, May 22, 1919

Creditors Notice:

The estate of Lawrence Covington by Jno. C. Bethea, Adm.
The estate of Joseph F. Bennett by Mollie A. Bennett, Adm.

The Dillon Herald, May 29, 1919

Fire destroys a cottage owned by Mr. W. J. Adams and occupied by Auditor Allen and a cottage owned by Mrs. Caroline Wiggins and occupied by Mr. D. M. McDuffie.

The Dillon Herald, May 29, 1919

Death of Gary McMillan - transcription available by emailing request to <hbmoody@bellsouth.net>

The Dillon Herald, May 29, 1919

Final Discharge notice in the estate of C. R. Bethea by J. H. Hamer, C. L. Wheeler and Captain Bethea, executors.

The Dillon Herald, June 5, 1919

Mrs. E. B. Moore died last Monday morning and was buried Tuesday morning at Catfish Cemetery.

The Dillon Herald, June 5, 1919

Deaths posted in the June 5th issue -  transcriptions available by emailing request to <hbmoody@bellsouth.net>

John Monroe (AA)
Walter Berry
Susan Matila Hayes

The Dillon Herald, June 12, 1919

Olin Perritt, star baseball player and soldier, was in Columbia yesterday on his honeymoon. The famous athlete and Miss Lalah Cherry were marred Thursday at the home of the bride in Tarboro, N.C.  Olin Perritt was one of the best baseball players who ever appeared at he University of South Carolina and after leaving college payed great ball in the North Carolina and South Atlantic Leagues.  He served with the 114th Machine Gun Battalion of the 30th Division being promoted to the rank of Lieutenant before the war was over.  He was wounded in France.  He is now representing the Plugit automobile tire company with headquarters in Florence.  He is a nephew of Mrs. W. C. Bracey.

The Dillon Herald, June 26, 1919

The marriage of Miss Isabell Murdock, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Billington of Detroit, Mich. and William M. Sellers, son of Mrs. P. B. Sellers of Dillon, SC, took place Saturday at the parsonage of the Albany Street Methodist Church. The groom is a graduate of Clemson and for the past several years has been with the General Electric Company at Schenectady.

The Dillon Herald, June 26, 1919

Creditor's notices for:

The estate of Peter McInnis by Daniel McInnis, Adm.
The estate of Sarah Godbolt by John M. Godbolt.
Letters of Administration applied for by Maggie E. Oliver for the estate of Drayton N. Oliver.

The Dillon Herald, June 26, 1919

The drowning of William B Smith and his 5 year old son Berry Smith in Kansas when their canoe capsized.  Mr. Smith was well known in Dillon, Marion, Florence and Marlboro Counties. He was the brother of J. E. Smith of  Mallory, SC. 

The Dillon Herald, June 26, 1919

Deaths posted in the June 26th issue -  transcriptions available by emailing request to <hbmoody@bellsouth.net>

Annie M. Bethea
John L. McLaurin

The Dillon Herald, July 3, 1919

The marriage of Miss Rosalie Rogers and Mr. Lovell last Friday. Mr. Lovell is the owner of the Occidental Cafe in this city.  Miss Rogers has been employed at the I. Blum Co.

The Dillon Herald, July 3, 1919

The death of Carrie Page Moon - transcription available by emailing request to <hbmoody@bellsouth.net>

The Dillon Herald, July 10, 1919

James Jackson found not guilty (see October 3, 1918)

The Dillon Herald, July 10, 1919

The death of Mr. A. Leroy Bethea

The Dillon Herald, July 10, 1919

Mrs. Helen Sellers died on the Mill Village of the 3rd inst.  Mrs. Sellers had been ill only a short while.  She died strong in the belief of her Savior, stating on her death bed that she was ready to go.  Mrs. Sellers before marriage was a Miss Hyatt.  She is survived by her husband.  The interment was made at Pleasant Grove.

The Dillon Herald, July 24, 1919

Deaths posted in the July 24th issue -  transcriptions available by emailing request to <hbmoody@bellsouth.net>.

Ernest Wade Brumble
John G. Watson
Arch R. McRae

The Dillon Herald, July 24, 1919

Final discharge notice for the estate of Teletha Wethington by J. W. Wethington, Adm.

The Dillon Herald, July 24, 1919

Rowland, July 15 - The whole town and community were made sad last Friday evening when the news was spread abroad that Miss Isabelle McQueen had died.  She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jim McQueen of Rowland.  Miss Isabelle had been very ill in the Charlotte sanatorium for a number of weeks, but was brought to her home in Rowland two weeks before the end came.  Everywhere Isabell was known she was loved.  She was of a bright and sunny nature. She was very ambitious and industrious.  We sympathize with the family in this great loss.

The Dillon Herald, July 31, 1919

The marriage of Belle McKenzie Allen and Charles Percy Hodges on July 25, 1919.  The bride is the youngest daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Joel I.  Allen. The groom is from Brownsville.

The marriage of Elizabeth Nicholdson and Hugh McLaurin on July 30, 1919.  The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Annie Nicholson.  The groom is from Clio.

The Dillon Herald, July 31, 1919

The death of Alice Coleman Baxley - transcription available by emailing <hbmoody@bellsouth.net>

The Dillon Herald, August 7, 1919

Creditors notice for the estate of A. LeRoy Bethea by D. W. Bethea, Adm.

Creditors notice for the estate of Walter Berry by J. H. Berry, Adm.

Final discharge notice in the estate of  William Phillips by Dora Phillips, Adm.

Final discharge notice in the estate of Benj. F. McDaniel by W. C. Tolar, exec.

The Dillon Herald, August 7, 1919

Cade Sherwood of Little Rock has a son down in Horry County who is a candidate for congress.  Dillon County is his birthplace.

The Dillon Herald, August 7, 1919

The marriage of  Rev. John Rupert McGregor and Gertrude Wilson on July 22, 1919 in St. Charles, SC.  The bride is the daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Edwin Wilson.

The Dillon Herald, August 14, 1919

Marriages at the Methodist Parsonage by Dr. Watson B. Duncan on August 7, 1919

Lattie Willoughby and Mollie Deaver
Donald S. McCormack and Rhoda Woodall
Marion Douglas Stabler and S. Rising

The Dillon Herald, August 21, 1919

Joe Branch Whittington of Batesburg, SC and Thelma Gunter of Leesville, SC were married on Monday, August 18, 1919 at the residence of Mr. W. V. Jones, Dillon SC by Dr. Watson B. Duncan in the presence of a few friends.

The Dillon Herald, August 21, 1919

Clio - August 16 - C. H. Woodley had a letter yesterday from Mrs. Woodley who is in Abbeville, France with her son Howard. He has been very ill in a hospital there since October last.  Little hope is held out for his recovery.  Mrs. Woodley and daughter, Miss Kate, reached his bed side July 28 and will remain till there is a material change in his condition.

The Dillon Herald, August 28, 1919

Robert Butler, a boy of 17 years of age, left home June 29, 1919. All person are hereby notified and warned under the full penalty of the law not to give the said minor employment or to shelter him in any way.  J. A. Butler, Father of minor.

The Dillon Herald, August 28, 1919

Thomas R. Hattaway and Nora Annie George were married at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John J. George on August 19, 1919.  The groom is from Kirkland, Georgia.  The bride is the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John George and a graduate of Linestone College.  They will make their home in Kirkland, Georgia.

The Dillon Herald, August 28, 1919

Deaths published in the August 28th issue - transcription available by emailing <hbmoody@bellsouth.net>

Harvey Carter
Mary Francis Elvington Rozier
Mrs. Charles Woodard

The Dillon Herald, August 28, 1919

Wesley Chavis, an aged Croatan, was killed by an automobile at Rowland Saturday. The accident occurred on the Main Street when Chavis was run down by a passing machine.  Chavis lived in the Baker's Mill community.

The Dillon Herald, September 4, 1919

Death of John A Pate published in the September 4th issue - transcription available by emailing <hbmoody@bellsouth.net>

The Dillon Herald, September 11, 1919

Lake View - Born to Dr. and Mrs. R. F. Elvington, September 8th, a fine girl.

The Dillon Herald, September 11, 1919

Lake View - The town and community was shocked and saddened when on Sunday night, the 7th, Mrs. B. L. Flowers passed away.  Mrs. Flowers had only been sick a week.  Every known means were used by relatives and  friends for her recovery but she gradually grew worse until her death.  Mrs. Flowers is survived by a husband and five children, Bradly Kermit, Virginia, Lois and a baby son five weeks old, besides many relatives and friends.  The interment was in Lake View Cemetery.

The Dillon Herald, September 11, 1919

Card of Thanks - by Mr. and Mrs. W.  M. Rising for the kindness shown during the incident of the illness and death or their little babe.

The Dillon Herald, September 18, 1919

Deaths:
Sellers Section - The community was saddened to hear of the death of Miss Danie Monroe of Latta on last Monday, September 15th.
Mullins Enterprise - The death of Henry W. McGehee died suddenly early Monday.

The Dillon Herald, September 18, 1919

A "rest room" was opened in a room at the rear of the Peoples Bank for use of any tired woman or child who is in the need of a quiet place to rest and wait.  On Saturdays Miss McLeod, out public health nurse will be in the rest room all day for consults with any mother.

The Dillon Herald, September 18, 1919

I strictly forbid anyone aiding my two boys Tom and Hursey Carmichael, minors.  Francis Carmichael.

The Dillon Herald, September 18, 1919

The marriage of James Sizemore and Annie Lillian Fore on September 17, 1919 at the home of the bride's mother.

The Dillon Herald, October 9, 1919

Marriages:

Pink McDowell and Marie Boyers were married Monday at the courthouse by Joe Cabell Davis, Justice of the Peace.

James Earl Bethea and Marie Gibson to be married on October 15 in McCall.  Miss Gibson in the daughter of  Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Benton Gibson.

Donald Lester Moore and Lillian Earle Alexander of Columbia to be married on the afternoon of the 16th instant in Columbia.  The groom was born and reared in Dillon, SC.

D. K. Helsabeck and Bessie McKay were married October 8 in Rowland.  Miss McKay is the niece of Ex-Sheriff and  Mrs. E. C. McNeil.

The Dillon Herald, October 16, 1919

Miss Lula Williams given a verdict and settlement of $5000. against Herbert and Edward Kirby, sons of the late John Kirby.

The Dillon Herald, October 16, 1919

Deaths published in the October 16th issue - transcriptions available by emailing <hbmoody@bellsouth.net>

John McSween Ayers
Neily McGhee

The Dillon Herald,

Marriage of Braxton Weaver and Mary Weldon on October 22, 1919. Bride formerly of Williamston.  Groom formerly of Dillon.  Married in Columbia at the home of Mr. & Mrs. J. L. Neeley.

The Dillon Herald, November 27, 1919

Marriages:

G. G. McLaurin and Inez Ragsdale were married Wednesday.  Bride, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. W. G. Ragsdale of Winsboro.  Groom of Dillon.

Henry Timmons Edens and Lila Mae Reynolds married in Sumter November 27th.  Groom son of Mrs. Annie Edens.

The Dillon Herald, December 4, 1919

Final discharge notices:

Estate of  Morris Blum - I. Blum, Adm.
Estate of Whittington Hamilton - A. P. Bethea, Adm.
Estate of W. B. Gaddy - K. Spencer Carmichael, Adm.
Estate of  Willis Schafer - S. I. Schafer, Adm.
Estate of  Nancy C. Metser - John W. McKay, Adm.
Estate of  A. G. Cobb - R. T. Cobb, Adm.
Estate of  Mrs. M. A. Bethea - Powere W. Bethea, Adm
Estate of  Richard Hyatt, Lula Hyatt, Adm.
Estate of  Austin Hamilton - R. B. Taylor, Adm
Estate of  Leroy Williams - Mrs. Lillian Williams, Adm
Estate of  W. W. Bethea - F. F. Miller, Adm.

The Dillon Herald, December 4, 1919

Deaths posted in the December 4th issue - transcriptions available by emailing <hbmoody@ bellsouth.net>

Frank A. Rogers
Josiah Hamer
Miles Hagan (AA)

The Dillon Herald, December 11, 1919

Deaths posted in the December 11th issue - transcriptions available by emailing <hbmoody@ bellsouth.net>

Frank Graham, CSA Veteran
Fitz Lee Howard

The Dillon Herald, December 11, 1919

Mr. S. A. Hamilton is critically ill at a Florence Hospital and little hope is entertained for his recovery.  Mr. Hamilton went to the hospital for an operation and although the operation was performed and he recovered from the shock, a complication of diseases developed and the physicians have given up all hope of his recovery.  His family has been summoned to his bedside.

The Dillon Herald, December 11, 1919

Miss Mildred Ford played quite a game on her friends a few weeks ago.  She left home in company with Mr. L. H. Prosser and it thought she she going to Johnsonville, SC to visit her sister. Instead the young couple sought the clerk's office and soon telegraphed back that they were married.  The are presently living in Sanford, NC.

The Dillon Herald, December 11, 1911

Mrs. Wiley Lupo of Gaddy's Mill was taken to Fayetteville last week to be operated on for appendicitis.  Miss Elizabeth Powell accompanied her.

The Dillon Herald, December 18, 1919

Death of Mr D. T. Huggins from the Mullins Enterprise - transcription available by emailing <hbmoody@ bellsouth.net>

The Dillon Herald,  December 18, 1919

Mrs. Walker Floyd gave an "announcement party" in honor of Miss Ruth Stackhouse whose marriage to Philip Bruce Sellers of Birmingham Alabama will take place December 23, 1919. The write up of the wedding is in the January 1, 1920 issue.

David H. Fass and Kittle Blum were married last Sunday in Baltimore, Maryland.

Other December marriages published in the January 1920 issues:

Hyman Price Holt and Emma Turbeville married on December 23, 1919. Bride of Gaddy's Mill.  Groom of Hamer. ( January 1, 1920 issue)

H. T. Wooten and Rebecca Ward on December 26th, 1919 in Dillon.  Groom is from Jacksonville, FL and the bride is of Lake View, SC
 
( January 1, 1920 issue)

Claude Grantham and Anna Bell Harrington, December 31, 1919 at Marietta, NC
( January 1, 1920 issue)

Alford A. Pierce and Martha Dornhoff married on December 29, 1919 in Sumter, SC. ( January 1, 1920 issue)

Edgar Stanton and Lille McCall married on December 18, 1919. Bride 2nd daughter of Mr. & Mrs. David McCall of Red Bluff section of Marlboro County, SC.
( January 1, 1920 issue)

Colon Edwards and Flora Rogers married on December 29, 1919 at Little Rock.  Groom of Fork, SC
( January 8, 1920 issue)

Cortez Norman and Geneva Thomas married on December 29, 1919
( January 8, 1920 issue)

Morris Phillips and Margaret Bridgers married on December 31, 1919, Bride eldest daughter of Mr. & Mrs. J. L. Bridgers of Dillon.  Groom native of Lexington, NC.
( January 8, 1920 issue)

George White and Gertrude McInnis married on December 31, 1919
at Carolina Presbyterian Church. Bride eldest daughter of Mr. & Mrs. W. McInnis.  Groom of Smithfield, NC.  ( January 15, 1920 issue)







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