1935 Newberry Observer, Newberry County, South Carolina 

1935 Observer
Newspaper abstracts by Edith Greisser
Newberry County, South Carolina Genealogy Trails

IMPERIAL PHOTO STUDIO - opened in the Copeland Bldg. 1306½ Main St. Newberry Observer 2/19/1935, p1

Ingram, James Wymon of Gadsden was a June 1935 graduate of Newberry College. Newberry Observer 4/30/1935, p1

Inman, Annie Mae was a 1935 graduate of Newberry High School, Newberry Observer 5/31/1935, p3

Inman, J. D. caught one of the biggest bass ever known recorded Lake Murray when he landed a 9.25 pounds fish early Saturday morning. Newberry Observer 7/2/1935, p1; he was awarded first prize of a ‘Shakespeare’ reel in the R. M. Lominack Hardware Contest for the biggest bass caught in Lake Murray. Newberry Observer 7/19/1935, p2

IOOF - a report on the state meeting which was held in Columbia. Newberry Observer 5/10/1935, p1

Irvin, John R. of Chappells was one of two remaining Confederate Veterans of Newberry County. Newberry Observer 12/13/1935, p8

Jackson, Emmett Mr. and Mrs. announced the arrival of a daughter born April 5, 1935 named Madge Beth. The mother is the former Ms., Wilson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wilson of Newberry. Newberry Observer 4/9/1935, p1

Jackson, Harry Mrs. was named superintendent of the Lowman home located in White Rock South Carolina, Newberry Observer 3/29/1935, p6

Jacobs, Adelaide was a 1935 graduate of Newberry High School, Newberry Observer 5/31/1935, p3

Jacobs, Manning Mrs. taught at White Rock SC. Newberry Observer 1/22/1935, p6 and Newberry Observer 3/26/1935, p6

Jeanes, J. Henry Chief state constabulary was fired,  charged with drunkenness, details, Newberry Observer 7/2/1935, p5

Jenkins, Art was shot by Taft Thomas on 3/10/1935 and died 3/13/1935, Newberry Observer 3/22/1935, p1

Jenkins, Eddie a merchant in Columbia took the weather prediction of W. P. Houseal to heart and put in a supply of tire chains as the Dutch Prophet had stated there would be snow around Christmas time. When it snowed on December 20 – 23 accompanied by sleet he sold $1000 worth on the first day and $250 worth the next day. He was the only auto accessory dealer in Columbia to be able to supply the customer. Newberry Observer 12/31/1935, p5

Jenkins, Ted Mr. and Mrs. are the proud parents of a son born June 17, 1935 named Thomas Edward Jenkins. Newberry Observer 6/25/1935, p1

Jennings, Fan Miss married Furman Quattlebaum at the Lutheran Parsonage in Prosperity on July 20, 1935 officiated by Rev. Carl B. Caughman. The bride is formerly from Orangeburg but for the past several years has been the Bell Telephone operator in Prosperity. The groom is the son of Joe D. Quattlebaum and is connected in the lumber and farming business with his father. For the present the couple will live with the bride groom's parents. Newberry Observer 7/23/1935, p1

Jennings, Wirt Mr. and Mrs. announced the birth of a son born June 28, 1935. Newberry Observer 8/2/1935, p1

Jeter, Carl Dr. and nephew of Mrs. Oscar Barre recently married at Anderson. Newberry Observer 7/23/1935, p8

Jeter, Carter Dr. and Mrs. were honored at a party given at ’96 on July 25, 1935. Newberry Observer 7/30/1935, p6

Johnson, Carl Mrs. was discharge from St. Francis Hospital and is recovering rapidly. Newberry Observer 8/30/1935, section #2, p6

Johnson, Clarence Aubrey 54-year-old son of the late J. W. D. Johnson and Mary C. Wilson Johnson, businessman of Newberry died August 6, 1935. He had worked with Johnson-McCrackin Co. for 18 years. Surviving were brothers P. Duncan Johnson and James W. Johnson of Newberry. Burial was in Rosemont Cemetery. Newberry Observer 8/9/1935, p1

Johnson, Delmar Ms. daughter of Rev. W. S. Johnson was taking a commercial course at Spartanburg Business College. Newberry Observer 8/23/1935, p1

Johnson, Duncan Mrs. found a yellow Persian cat. Newberry Observer 1/11/1935, p4

Johnson, E. J. Mrs. was the daughter of Mrs. Gussie Mae Brehmer who died December 13, 1935 and sister of John, Joe W. Brehmer, Mrs. J. H. Chappell, H. E. Brehmer, George B. Brehmer, Angie, Sarah and Elizabeth. Newberry Observer 12/17/1935, p1

Johnson, E. S. of Laurens County was the brother of Thomas R. Johnson who died May 21st 1935, Ms. Lula Johnson, Mrs. W. A. Wofford of Woodruff SC, J. P. Johnson and Fred Johnson all of Laurens County. Newberry Observer 5/24/1935, p6

Johnson, Edna was a 1935 graduate of Newberry High School, Newberry Observer 5/31/1935, p3; Ms. Edna Johnson daughter of P. Duncan Johnson of Newberry was a student at Coker College. Newberry Observer 10/15/1935, p8

Johnson, Fanny A. advertised no trespassing or hunting on his property, Newberry Observer 1/1/1935, p4

Johnson, Frank who is nearing his 81st birthday was sick at the home of his daughter-in-law Mrs. Rosa Johnson. Newberry Observer 2/15/1935, p3; he celebrated his 81st birthday with a dinner party, details, Newberry Observer 4/12/1935, p6

Johnson, Fred of Laurens County was the brother of Thomas R. Johnson who died May 21st 1935, Ms. Lula Johnson, E. S. Johnson, J. P. Johnson and Mrs. W. A. Wofford of Woodruff SC all of Laurens County. Newberry Observer 5/24/1935, p6

Johnson, Harold accepted work at Gray Court – Owens High School for the coming season. Newberry Observer 8/23/1935, p6

Johnson, Helen and Dorothy of Chappells visited their grandmother Mrs. C. H. Alewine, Newberry Observer 3/26/1935, p5; Helen Johnson was an honor student of Bush River School, 2nd grade, Newberry Observer 3/1/1935, p4 and Newberry Observer 6/4/1935, p1

Johnson, J. M. Dr. of Washington DC was the grandson of D. W. T. Kibler and Juliet Ann Barre Kibler and the son of Mrs. Mary Kibler Johnson who died August 6, 1935. He was the nephew of Dr. J. M. Kibler of Newberry, L. B. Kibler of San Francisco, R. L. Kibler of San Francisco, Mrs. R. F. Bryant of Orangeburg, Mrs. W. A. Kinard of Sumter, Ms. Lilla Kibler of Sumter and Gussie Kibler of Sumter and the brother of Thomas P. Johnson of Newberry and Mrs. Odalite Wallace of Atlanta Georgia. Newberry Observer 8/9/1935, p1

Johnson, J. P. of Laurens County was the brother of Thomas R. Johnson who died May 21st 1935, Ms. Lula Johnson, E. S. Johnson, Mrs. W. A. Wofford of Woodruff SC and Fred Johnson all of Laurens County. Newberry Observer 5/24/1935, p6

Johnson, James M. of 1333 Spring Rd. NW, Washington DC wrote a letter about the article on the establishment of Schools in Newberry. Newberry Observer 1/22/1935, p6

Johnson, James W. of Newberry on of the late J. W. D. Johnson and Mary C. Wilson Johnson, was the brother of Clarence Aubrey Johnson who died August 6, 1935 and James W. Johnson of Newberry. Newberry Observer 8/9/1935, p1

Johnson, Jean Elizabeth was an honor student of the 7th grade at O'Neall School, Newberry Observer 10/18/1935, p4 and Newberry Observer 11/15/1935, p1 and Newberry Observer 12/13/1935, p4

Johnson, Josephine was on the honor roll for the 1st grade of Bush River School for November 1935, Newberry Observer 12/24/1935, P2

Johnson, L. James of Columbia married Miss Laura Attaway on September 29, 1935. Newberry Observer 10/8/1935, p5

Johnson, Lucille was on the honor roll for the eleventh grade of Bush River School for the month of November 1935, Newberry Observer 12/24/1935, P2

Johnson, Lula Ms. of Laurens County was the sister of Thomas R. Johnson who died May 21st 1935, Mrs. W. A. Wofford of Woodruff SC, E. S. Johnson, J. P. Johnson and Fred Johnson all of Laurens County. Newberry Observer 5/24/1935, p6

Johnson, Malcolm 57 years old died January 12, 1935 at his home in the Fairview section with burial at Fairview Baptist Church Cemetery. He contracted the flu and pneumonia quickly followed. His son Morris was taken to the local Hospital critically ill with pneumonia. He was survived by his widow the former Miss Carrie Oxner, a son Morris and a daughter Ms. Rachel. Newberry Observer 1/15/1935, p1

Johnson, Mary Kibler Mrs. 81-year-old widow of William Johnson who ran a hardware store in Newberry and daughter of D. W. T. Kibler and Juliet Ann Barre Kibler died 8/6/1935 at the home on Calhoun Street with burial in Rosemont Cemetery. Surviving were children Thomas P. Johnson who lived with her, Dr. J. M. Johnson of Washington DC and Mrs. Odalite Wallace of Atlanta Georgia. Also surviving were her others and sisters: Dr. J. M. Kibler of Newberry, L. B. Kibler of San Francisco, R. L. Kibler of San Francisco, Mrs. R. F. Bryant of Orangeburg, Mrs. W. A. Kinard of Sumter, Ms. Lilla Kibler of Sumter and Gussie Kibler of Sumter, Newberry Observer 8/9/1935, p1

Johnson, Mary Nell had a tonsillectomy and stayed in the Hospital in 24 hours. She is recovering well. Newberry Observer 11/29/1935, p5

Johnson, Mitchell was an 5th grade honor student at O'Neall School for October, Newberry Observer 11/15/1935, p1 and Newberry Observer 12/13/1935, p4

Johnson, Nettie Ms. of Newberry married Jesse D. Johnstone of Kinards SC on December 27, 1934 at Bush River Baptist Church officiated by Rev. C. C. Vaughan. The bride is the daughter of C. G. Johnson, a graduate of Newberry College. The groom is the son of Dr. J. J. Johnston of Waynesboro GA and also graduated from Newberry College. Newberry Observer 1/1/1935, p2

Johnson, Oscar a cadet at Clemson returned to School. Newberry Observer 1/4/1935, p3

Johnson, P. D. was elected a director of the Chamber of Commerce of Newberry for 1935. Newberry Observer 3/22/1935, p1; P. Duncan Johnson of Newberry son of the late J. W. D. Johnson and Mary C. Wilson Johnson, was the brother of Clarence Aubrey Johnson who died August 6, 1935 and James W. Johnson of Newberry. Newberry Observer 8/9/1935, p1; P. Duncan Johnson was recently appointed member of the board of Trustees for School district number one. Newberry Observer 8/9/1935, p6

Johnson, Randolph was an honor student in the 2nd grade of Bush River School, Newberry Observer 6/4/1935, p1; Randolph Johnson was on the honor roll for the third grade of Bush River School for November 1935, Newberry Observer 12/24/1935, P2

Johnson, Robert Mrs. had a tonsillectomy and stayed in the Hospital only 24 hours. She was recovering slowly. Newberry Observer 11/29/1935, p5

Johnson, Sam Mrs. was the daughter of Mrs. Ada Smith who died July 28, 1935 and the niece of Clifton Alewine of Newberry, Mrs. Elizabeth Russell of Atlanta Georgia and Mrs. Ira Taylor of Newberry. She was the sister of L. A. Smith of Clinton. Newberry Observer 7/30/1935, p6

Johnson, Student of Newberry High School football team earned his ‘letter’ for the season, Newberry Observer 1/25/1935, p1

Johnson, T. P. was elected 1936 treasurer of Amity Lodge No. 87, Newberry Observer 12/6/1935, p1

Johnson, Thomas P. of Newberry was the grandson of D. W. T. Kibler and Juliet Ann Barre Kibler and the son of Mrs. Mary Kibler Johnson who died August 6, 1935. He was the nephew of Dr. J. M. Kibler of Newberry, L. B. Kibler of San Francisco, R. L. Kibler of San Francisco, Mrs. R. F. Bryant of Orangeburg, Mrs. W. A. Kinard of Sumter, Ms. Lilla Kibler of Sumter and Gussie Kibler of Sumter and the brother of Dr. J. M. Johnson of Washington DC and Mrs. Odalite Wallace of Atlanta Georgia. Newberry Observer 8/9/1935, p1

Johnson, Thomas R. 62 years old died at Newberry County Hospital on May 21st 1935 with the funeral at Fairview Church. Surviving were his brothers and sisters: Mrs. W. A. Wofford of Woodruff SC, Ms. Lula Johnson, E. S. Johnson, J. P. Johnson and Fred Johnson all of Laurens County. Newberry Observer 5/24/1935, p6

Johnson, W. F. Mrs. has been quite ill at her home on Cornelia Street of Newberry for the last week. Newberry Observer 11/8/1935, p6

Johnson, W. F. Rev. was returned to Newberry Circuit for the fourth year. Newberry Observer 11/8/1935, p1

Johnson, W. P. Mrs. of Newberry was visited by her grandchildren Ms. Margaret Johnson and Ms. Mary Frances Johnson of Valdosta Georgia. Newberry Observer 8/6/1935, p6

Johnson, W. P. was elected a member of the Board of Stewards at the fourth quarterly conference of Central Methodist Church, Newberry Observer 10/11/1935, p1

Johnson, William Mrs. was visited by her brother Frank Barnette of Travelers Rest. N Newberry Observer 8/9/1935, p3

Johnson, Willie Mae was a 1935 graduate of Bush River High School, Newberry Observer 5/10/1935, p1 and Newberry Observer 6/4/1935, p1

Johnston, Barnett Mrs. of Kinards was the daughter of Jessie Gilder Chupp and Margaret Senn and the sister of John Mack Chupp who died July 26, 1935. She was the aunt of Otis Chupp, Mamie Chupp, Gilder Chupp, Hugh Chupp, Clara Chupp and Lillie Chupp, all of Texas. Newberry Observer 8/16/1935, p3

Johnston, Jesse D. of Kinards SC married Ms. Betsey Johnson of Newberry on December 27, 1934 at Bush River Baptist Church officiated by Rev. C. C. Vaughan. The bride is the daughter of C. G. Johnson, a graduate of Newberry College. The groom is the son of Dr. J. J. Johnston of Waynesboro GA and graduated from Newberry College. Newberry Observer 1/1/1935, p2

Johnston, Julius–his horse Society Dare won second place at the Newberry County Fair in the combination Three Gaited Harness and Saddle Horserace ridden by the owner; won first place with the Five Gaited Saddle Horse Division riding Highland King at the Newberry County Fair, Newberry Observer 10/22/1935, p1

JOHNSTON, OLIN D. - newly elected Gov. - a summary of his New Year's message to the people of South Carolina. Newberry Observer 1/4/1935, p1; took the oath of office and a summary of his lands, Newberry Observer 1/18/1935, p1; about the man, Newberry Observer 2/1/1935, p4

Johnston, R. H. - his horse firefly McDonald won third prize as five gaited saddle horse ridden by the R. W. Stokes Jr. he won the three gaited saddle horserace with the horse Croatan Princess ridden by R. W. Stokes Jr. he won first place at the Newberry County Fair in the Combination Five Gaited Harness and Saddle Horse Newberry with Highland King, ridden by R. H. Johnston. He won fourth-place in the Combination Five Gaited Harness and Saddle Horse Race ridden by R. W. Stokes Jr. Observer 10/22/1935, p1

Johnston, R. H. of Charlotte NC - his horse Whitehall Chief ridden by owner won second place in the Five Gaited Saddle Horse Division at the Horse Show in Newberry SC. He won first prize at the Newberry County Fair in the Fine Harness Class with horse named Charlotte Barrymore ridden by the owner. Newberry Observer 10/22/1935, p1

JOHNSTONE – news of the area, Newberry Observer 8/16/1935, p2

Johnstone, Alan was elected a director of the Chamber of Commerce of Newberry for 1935. Newberry Observer 3/22/1935, p1; he played on the Newberry Country Club winning golf team in the intercity golf tournament held at the country club. The team was awarded a silver cup donated by Z. F. Wright. Details, Newberry Observer 9/6/1935, p1

Johnstone, Ellerbe son of Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Johnstone represented Newberry High School in the District Declamation Contest held last week in Clinton. He won over 11 opponents in the district and will represent Newberry High School in the state contest to be held in Columbia. Newberry Observer 4/16/1935, p3; Ellerbe Johnstone son of Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Johnstone of Newberry won the state High School declamation contest held in Columbia. Newberry Observer 4/30/1935, p3; won first place in the State Declamation Contest; was a 1935 graduate of Newberry High School, Newberry Observer 5/31/1935, p3

Johnstone, Jeanne was awarded the gold Scholarship Medal for the girl to make highest average scholarship during the sixth and seventh grade. Newberry Observer 5/31/1935, p1

Johnstone, Lalla Rook was pending a month at Camp Jocassee. Newberry Observer 7/9/1935, p6

Johnstone, Martha won first place in County expression contest for grammar grades. Newberry Observer 5/31/1935, p1

Johnstone, T. K. and family will move to the home of Dr. Hugh Senn on Harper St. Newberry Observer 1/15/1935, p6; Johnstone, T. K. and Allan Johnstone administrators of the estate of Mrs. Clara McCray vs Clara C. Matthews and William D. Matthews, continued, Newberry Observer 11/29/1935, p1

Johnstone, Thomas Kennerly Jr. of Newberry a Cadet at Clemson College received recognition at the recent scholarship day, Newberry Observer 5/7/1935, p1; T. K. Johnstone Jr. was elected president of the senior class at Clemson College for the 1935 – 36 session by his fellow classmates. Details, Newberry Observer 5/28/1935, p1

JOLLY STREET - news of comings and goings of the residents of the area, Newberry Observer 1/15/1935, p2 and Newberry Observer 1/18/1935, p5 and Newberry Observer 1/25/1935, p3 and Newberry Observer 2/8/1935, p4; Newberry Observer 2/12/1935, p3 and Newberry Observer 2/22/1935, p3; honor roll, Newberry Observer 3/1/1935, p3; Newberry Observer 3/8/1935, p6; Newberry Observer 3/15/1935, p6; Newberry Observer 3/22/1935, p5; Newberry Observer 4/5/1935, p3; news of the area; honor roll of Hunter-DeWalt School, Newberry Observer 4/12/1935, p7; Newberry Observer 4/19/1935, p7; about the ball team; Newberry Observer 4/26/1935, p2; 5/4/1935 will be the opening day of baseball season; Newberry Observer 5/3/1935, p6; Newberry Observer 5/10/1935, p5; baseball news, Newberry Observer 6/7/1935, p3; Newberry Observer 6/14/1935, p6; baseball news, Newberry Observer 6/21/1935, p3; on 4 July Jolly Street played Whitmire 11-5 in the morning baseball game and played Saint Philip's 16-6 in the afternoon. 2000 fans cheered the games. Newberry Observer 7/9/1935, p1; about the baseball game - Jolly Street 16 vs Stony Hill 18; a barbecue on July 4 for benefit of the ball team, Newberry Observer 6/28/1935, p5; LENGTHY BASEBALL REPORTS, Newberry Observer 7/12/1935, p5; Newberry Observer 7/30/1935, p2; lots of baseball news, Newberry Observer 8/2/1935, p2; news on the baseball team, Newberry Observer 8/16/1935, p5; 4000 were at the 48th annual JOLLY STREET rally in Newberry County on August 8, 1935. The NEW DEAL was the topic of 12 speakers. Lengthy details, Newberry Observer 8/13/1935, p1; baseball report; about the team players, Newberry Observer 8/23/1935, p5; baseball news, Newberry Observer 9/6/1935, p5; more on the baseballgames, Newberry Observer 9/13/1935, p3; HOMECOMING at Jolly Street; barbecue; baseball and names of guest players formerly of Jolly Street. Newberry Observer 9/17/1935, p1; barbecue and ball game with noted ‘stars’ Johnnie Werts, Mickey Livingston, G. Shealy, Walter Lominick and Country Kneece, Newberry Observer 9/20/1935, p5; Dutch Fork beat Jolly Street 6-5, Newberry Observer 10/1/1935, p3; Newberry Observer 10/4/1935, p4; Newberry Observer 10/18/1935, p3; Newberry Observer 10/25/1935, p5;Honor Roll for the School; news of the area, Newberry Observer 11/1/1935, p2A; Newberry Observer 11/12/1935, p3; Newberry Observer 11/15/1935, p4;Newberry Observer 11/22/1935, p7; Newberry Observer 11/29/1935, p2; Newberry Observer 12/10/1935, p2; 1936 members elected for The Jolly St. Grange; Honor Roll for the second six weeks of the School year, Newberry Observer 12/13/1935, p5; Newberry Observer 12/20/1935, p5

Jones, Albert son of M. A. Jones had a tonsillectomy of Newberry County Hospital 7/22/1935, Newberry Observer 7/26/1935, p1

Jones, Angus J. 45 years died October 31, 1935 at Duke Hospital in Durham NC with burial in West End Cemetery. Surviving was his father G. J. Jones and stepmother; brothers Mims A. Jones, J. K. Jones; sisters Mrs. Bessie Tompkins and Mrs. P. C. Ramsey; half-sisters Mrs. D. E. Wooten, Ms. Sadye Jones and Ms. Lilyan Jones. Newberry Observer 11/5/1935, p1

Jones, Archie of Ridge Spring was the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Jones of Ridge Spring and the brother of Mrs. Mamie Jones Davis who died June 21, 1935, S. J. Jones of Columbia, J. H. Jones of Columbia, C. D. Jones of Lexington, B. J. Jones of Johnston, Mrs. L. D. Bodie of Ward, Mrs. Raymond Berry of Ward, Ms. Lillie Mae Jones of Ridge Spring and Mrs. J. H. Clark of Graniteville. He was the uncle of Ms. Marion Davis. Newberry Observer 6/25/1935, p1

Jones, B. J. of Johnston was the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Jones of Ridge Spring and the brother of Mrs. Mamie Jones Davis who died June 21, 1935, S. J. Jones of Columbia, J. H. Jones of Columbia, C. D. Jones of Lexington, Archie Jones of Ridge Spring, Mrs. L. D. Bodie of Ward, Mrs. Raymond Berry of Ward, Ms. Lillie Mae Jones of Ridge Spring and Mrs. J. H. Clark of Graniteville. He was the uncle of Ms. Marion Davis. Newberry Observer 6/25/1935, p1

Jones, C. D. of Lexington was the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Jones of Ridge Spring and the brother of Mrs. Mamie Jones Davis who died June 21, 1935, S. J. Jones of Columbia, J. H. Jones of Columbia, Archie Jones of Ridge Spring, B. J. Jones of Johnston, Mrs. L. D. Bodie of Ward, Mrs. Raymond Berry of Ward, Ms. Lillie Mae Jones of Ridge Spring and Mrs. J. H. Clark of Graniteville. He was the uncle of Ms. Marion Davis. Newberry Observer 6/25/1935, p1

Jones, Carter Helm Dr. a Baptist minister of Murfreesboro, Tennessee was the son of the late Dr. J. William Jones and Judith Page Helms Jones of Virginia. He was the brother of Dr. E. Pendleton Jones who died November 19, 1935 and Dr. M. Ashby Jones a Baptist minister of Atlanta Georgia. He was the uncle of E. Pendleton Jones Jr. of Manning, Horace J. Jones of Nassawadox Virginia, William S. Jones of Narrows Virginia, Ms. Mary R. Jones of Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore Maryland, Ms. Frances C. Jones of John Hopkins Hospital Baltimore Maryland, Mrs. P. T. Bradham of Manning SC and John Page Jones of Lynchburg Virginia. Newberry Observer 11/22/1935, p1

Jones, Catherine Ms. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Jones of Newberry had an appendectomy at Newberry County Hospital on September 18, 1935 and was doing well. Newberry Observer 9/20/1935, p1

Jones, Charles A. Dr. of Columbia, secretary of the State Baptist Gen. Board was elected editor of the Baptist Courier to succeed Dr. Z. T. Cody deceased. Newberry Observer 3/26/1935, p1

Jones, Dorothy was a member of the Newberry Girl Scouts and an honorary pallbearer at the funeral of fellow Scout Ms. Gene Smith, Newberry Observer 7/12/1935, p1

Jones, E. Pendleton Dr. was born in Nelson County Virginia November 10, 1863, son of the late Dr. J. William Jones and Judith Page Helms Jones of Virginia. He died at the Baptist Hospital in Columbia in November 19, 1935. He had retired to Manning SC to live with his daughter Mrs. P. T. Bradham. Surviving were children: John Page Jones of Lynchburg Virginia, E. Pendleton Jones Jr. of Manning, Horace J. Jones of Nassawadox Virginia, William S. Jones of Narrows Virginia, Ms. Mary R. Jones of Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore Maryland, Ms. Frances C. Jones of John Hopkins Hospital Baltimore Maryland and Mrs. P. T. Bradham of Manning SC. Also surviving were brothers Dr. M. Ashby Jones a Baptist minister of Atlanta Georgia and Dr. Carter Helm Jones a Baptist minister of Murfreesboro, Tennessee. He was at one time pastor of the First Baptist Church of Newberry. Newberry Observer 11/22/1935, p1

Jones, E. Pendleton Jr. of Manning was the grandson of the late Dr. J. William Jones and Judith Page Helms Jones of Virginia. He was the son of Dr. E. Pendleton Jones who died November 19, 1935 and the nephew of Dr. M. Ashby Jones a Baptist minister of Atlanta Georgia and Dr. Carter Helm Jones a Baptist minister of Murfreesboro, Tennessee. He was the brother of John Page Jones of Lynchburg Virginia, Horace J. Jones of Nassawadox Virginia, William S. Jones of Narrows Virginia, Ms. Mary R. Jones of Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore Maryland, Ms. Frances C. Jones of John Hopkins Hospital Baltimore Maryland and Mrs. P. T. Bradham of Manning SC. Newberry Observer 11/22/1935, p1

Jones, E. S. Rev. was assigned to Kinard Circuit in place of Rev. M. D. Medlock who was transferred to Graniteville. Newberry Observer 11/8/1935, p1

Jones, F. H. was elected Sec. Of Stewards for the incoming year of Epting Memorial Methodist Church, Newberry Observer 11/19/1935, p1

Jones, Frances C. Ms. of John Hopkins Hospital Baltimore Maryland was the granddaughter of the late Dr. J. William Jones and Judith Page Helms Jones of Virginia. She was the daughter of Dr. E. Pendleton Jones who died November 19, 1935 and the niece of Dr. M. Ashby Jones a Baptist minister of Atlanta Georgia and Dr. Carter Helm Jones a Baptist minister of Murfreesboro, Tennessee. She was the sister of E. Pendleton Jones Jr. of Manning, Horace J. Jones of Nassawadox Virginia, William S. Jones of Narrows Virginia, Ms. Mary R. Jones of Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore Maryland, John Page Jones of Lynchburg Virginia and Mrs. P. T. Bradham of Manning SC. Newberry Observer 11/22/1935, p1

Jones, Horace J. of Nassawadox Virginia was the grandson of the late Dr. J. William Jones and Judith Page Helms Jones of Virginia. He was the son of Dr. E. Pendleton Jones who died November 19, 1935 and the nephew of Dr. M. Ashby Jones a Baptist minister of Atlanta Georgia and Dr. Carter Helm Jones a Baptist minister of Murfreesboro, Tennessee. He was the brother of E. Pendleton Jones Jr. of Manning, John Page Jones of Lynchburg Virginia, William S. Jones of Narrows Virginia, Ms. Mary R. Jones of Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore Maryland, Ms. Frances C. Jones of John Hopkins Hospital Baltimore Maryland and Mrs. P. T. Bradham of Manning SC. Newberry Observer 11/22/1935, p1

Jones, Hugh of Catawba Tribe No. 12 Pacelot Mills was elected TRUSTEE for the first six months of 1935, Newberry Observer 1/15/1935, p5

Jones, J. H. of Columbia was the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Jones of Ridge Spring and the brother of Mrs. Mamie Jones Davis who died June 21, 1935, S. J. Jones of Columbia, Archie Jones of Ridge Spring, C. D. Jones of Lexington, B. J. Jones of Johnston, Mrs. L. D. Bodie of Ward, Mrs. Raymond Berry of Ward, Ms. Lillie Mae Jones of Ridge Spring and Mrs. J. H. Clark of Graniteville. He was the uncle of Ms. Marion Davis. Newberry Observer 6/25/1935, p1

Jones, J. K. was the son of G. J. Jones and brother of Mims A. Jones, Mrs. Bessie Tompkins and Mrs. P. C. Ramsey. He was the half brother of Mrs. D. E. Wooten, Ms. Sadye Jones and Ms. Lilyan Jones. Newberry Observer 11/5/1935, p1

Jones, J. Y. was elected a director of the Chamber of Commerce of Newberry for 1935. Newberry Observer 3/22/1935, p1; J. Y. Jones was presented with a silver pitcher and tray by the employees of the cotton mill honoring his 27 years as superintendent of the mill, lengthy details, Newberry Observer 9/10/1935, p1

Jones, John Page of Lynchburg Virginia was the grandson of the late Dr. J. William Jones and Judith Page Helms Jones of Virginia. He was the son of Dr. E. Pendleton Jones who died November 19, 1935 and the nephew of Dr. M. Ashby Jones a Baptist minister of Atlanta Georgia and Dr. Carter Helm Jones a Baptist minister of Murfreesboro, Tennessee. He was the brother of E. Pendleton Jones Jr. of Manning, Horace J. Jones of Nassawadox Virginia, William S. Jones of Narrows Virginia, Ms. Mary R. Jones of Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore Maryland, Ms. Frances C. Jones of John Hopkins Hospital Baltimore Maryland and Mrs. P. T. Bradham of Manning SC. Newberry Observer 11/22/1935, p1

Jones, Judith Page Helms of Virginia had married Dr. J. William Jones. Their children were Dr. E. Pendleton Jones who died November 19, 1935, Dr. M. Ashby Jones a Baptist minister of Atlanta Georgia and Dr. Carter Helm Jones a Baptist minister of Murfreesboro, Tennessee. Newberry Observer 11/22/1935, p1

Jones, Lillie Mae Ms. of Ridge Spring was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Jones of Ridge Spring and the sister of Mrs. Mamie Jones Davis who died June 21, 1935, S. J. Jones of Columbia, J. H. Jones of Columbia, C. D. Jones of Lexington, B. J. Jones of Johnston, Mrs. L. D. Bodie of Ward, Mrs. Raymond Berry of Ward, Archie Jones of Ridge Spring and Mrs. J. H. Clark of Graniteville. She was the aunt of Ms. Marion Davis. Newberry Observer 6/25/1935, p1

Jones, Lilyan Ms. was the daughter of G. J. Jones and half sister of Mims A. Jones, J. K. Jones, Mrs. P. C. Ramsey and Mrs. Bessie Tompkins. She was the sister of Ms. Sadye Jones and Mrs. D. E. Wooten. Newberry Observer 11/5/1935, p1

Jones, Lonnie Mrs. of Newberry was the sister of Mrs. Minnie Lee Mars who died March 6, 1935 at her home in Whitmire, Charles Sphella of Columbia, Theodore Sphella of Columbia, Mrs. B. L. Lawson of Greenwood and Enore Sphella of Newberry. She was the aunt of Mrs. Mary Taylor, J. W. Henry Mars, Ella Mars, Minnie Mars, Lonnie Mars and Albert Mars all of Whitmire. Newberry Observer 3/12/1935, p1

Jones, M. Ashby Dr. a Baptist minister of Atlanta Georgia was the son of the late Dr. J. William Jones and Judith Page Helms Jones of Virginia. He was the brother of Dr. E. Pendleton Jones who died November 19, 1935 and Dr. Carter Helm Jones a Baptist minister of Murfreesboro, Tennessee. He was the uncle of E. Pendleton Jones Jr. of Manning, Horace J. Jones of Nassawadox Virginia, William S. Jones of Narrows Virginia, Ms. Mary R. Jones of Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore Maryland, Ms. Frances C. Jones of John Hopkins Hospital Baltimore Maryland, Mrs. P. T. Bradham of Manning SC and John Page Jones of Lynchburg Virginia. Newberry Observer 11/22/1935, p1

Jones, M. Frances Ms. – classes for her preschool music and private piano lessons will open for the 1935 – 1936 season on September 9. Her studio is located at 1220 Calhoun St. Lengthy article on the School, Newberry Observer 8/23/1935, p6

Jones, Mamie Ms. 38-year-old widow of J. Marion Davis former mayor and superintendent of the Newberry Cotton Mill died June 21, 1935 at Newberry County Hospital. Burial will be in Rosemont Cemetery by the side of her husband. Surviving is a small daughter Marion; her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Jones of Ridge Spring; brothers and sisters Archie Jones of Ridge Spring, S. J. Jones of Columbia, J. H. Jones of Columbia, C. D. Jones of Lexington, B. J. Jones of Johnston, Mrs. L. D. Bodie of Ward, Mrs. Raymond Berry of Ward, Ms. Lillie Mae Jones of Ridge Spring and Mrs. J. H. Clark of Graniteville. Newberry Observer 6/25/1935, p1

Jones, Mary Frances of Newberry was a June 1935 graduate of Newberry College. Newberry Observer 4/30/1935, p1

Jones, Mary R. Ms. of Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore Maryland was the granddaughter of the late Dr. J. William Jones and Judith Page Helms Jones of Virginia. She was the daughter of Dr. E. Pendleton Jones who died November 19, 1935 and the niece of Dr. M. Ashby Jones a Baptist minister of Atlanta Georgia and Dr. Carter Helm Jones a Baptist minister of Murfreesboro, Tennessee. She was the sister of E. Pendleton Jones Jr. of Manning, Horace J. Jones of Nassawadox Virginia, William S. Jones of Narrows Virginia, John Page Jones of Lynchburg Virginia, Ms. Frances C. Jones of John Hopkins Hospital Baltimore Maryland and Mrs. P. T. Bradham of Manning SC. Newberry Observer 11/22/1935, p1

Jones, Mims A. was the son of G. J. Jones and brother of J. K. Jones, Mrs. Bessie Tompkins and Mrs. P. C. Ramsey. He was the half brother of Mrs. D. E. Wooten, Ms. Sadye Jones and Ms. Lilyan Jones. Newberry Observer 11/5/1935, p1

Jones, Mitchell was arrested January 12 on the charge of carrying a concealed weapon. He was released on $20 bail, Newberry Observer 1/15/1935, p1

Jones, N. W. of Chicora Tribe No. 22, Drayton was elected KEEPER OF WAMPUM and TRIBAL DEPUTY for the first six months of 1935, Newberry Observer 1/15/1935, p5

Jones, Nancy Mrs. of Cross Hill was the daughter of Dantzler Hawkins Stilwell who died 11/18/1935 and niece of Kemper Stilwell of Silverstreet, Mrs. Josephine Frick of Chapin, Mrs. Carolyne Ropp of Columbia, Mrs. Amanda Harris of Columbia and Mrs. Nanny E. Dominick of Prosperity. She was the sister of Mrs. Mary Lee Pitts of Newberry, Mrs. Mamie Epting of Newberry, Mrs. Ruth Longshore of Newberry, Mrs. Bernice Boozer of Chappells, Mrs. Rhoda Longshore of Silverstreet, Mrs. Pauline Crisp of Miami Florida, Ms. Vera Stilwell of Greenville and Thomas Stilwell of Inman. Newberry Observer 11/22/1935, p1

Jones, Robert colored known by many white people in Newberry died May 27, 1935. He was a janitor for many years in several places. Newberry Observer 5/28/1935, p1

Jones, S. J. of Columbia was the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Jones of Ridge Spring and the brother of Mrs. Mamie Jones Davis who died June 21, 1935, Archie Jones of Ridge Spring, J. H. Jones of Columbia, C. D. Jones of Lexington, B. J. Jones of Johnston, Mrs. L. D. Bodie of Ward, Mrs. Raymond Berry of Ward, Ms. Lillie Mae Jones of Ridge Spring and Mrs. J. H. Clark of Graniteville. He was the uncle of Ms. Marion Davis. Newberry Observer 6/25/1935, p1

Jones, Sadye Ms. was the daughter of G. J. Jones and half sister of Mims A. Jones, J. K. Jones, Mrs. P. C. Ramsey and Mrs. Bessie Tompkins. She was the sister of Mrs. D. E. Wooten and Ms. Lilyan Jones. Newberry Observer 11/5/1935, p1

Jones, Thomas D. of Augusta Georgia is improving after several weeks at his home. His sisters Ms. Sue Jones and Ms. Pawnee Jones of Johnstone Street in Newberry went to see him recently. Newberry Observer 10/18/1935, p5

Jones, William Clarke two years old died April 15, 1935 at his home on Floyd Street in West End of pneumonia. Burial was in West End Cemetery. Surviving were his parents Mr. and Mrs. Howard Jones and Brother Asa Jones. Newberry Observer 4/19/1935, p1

Jones, William S. of Narrows Virginia was the grandson of the late Dr. J. William Jones and Judith Page Helms Jones of Virginia. He was the son of Dr. E. Pendleton Jones who died November 19, 1935 and the nephew of Dr. M. Ashby Jones a Baptist minister of Atlanta Georgia and Dr. Carter Helm Jones a Baptist minister of Murfreesboro, Tennessee. He was the brother of E. Pendleton Jones Jr. of Manning, Horace J. Jones of Nassawadox Virginia, John Page Jones of Lynchburg Virginia, Ms. Mary R. Jones of Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore Maryland, Ms. Frances C. Jones of John Hopkins Hospital Baltimore Maryland and Mrs. P. T. Bradham of Manning SC. Newberry Observer 11/22/1935, p1

Jordan, Grace Elma of Ridge Spring was a June 1935 graduate of Newberry College. Newberry Observer 4/30/1935, p1; Ms. Elma Jordan was May Queen at Newberry College, details, Newberry Observer 5/14/1935, p1; was awarded the gold medal for best in philosophy, Newberry Observer 6/7/1935, p1; was awarded the gold medal for best in English; she received a key for meritorious service as chairman of the women's student Council, Newberry Observer 6/7/1935, p1

Jordan, Tommy COURT - violation of prohibition law; guilty; six months or $100, Newberry Observer 3/22/1935, p1

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