• Helen Jackson Smith

     Helen Jackson Smith 86, passed away at Lake Park Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Indian Trail, NC following an extended illness.
    She was born in Pageland, SC to the late Frank and Mamie Jackson.  Her entire life was spent in Pageland.
    She was preceded in death by her husband Cecil Smith, brothers King, Drew, Harry, Charlie and sister, Annie Lee Jackson.  She survived by a number of nieces and nephews.

  • Jerry Wesley Rollins

    CAYCE - Jerry Wesley Rollins, 64, died Saturday, January 22, 2011 at his home .Mr. Rollins chose to have his body donated to science research and the family will have a private memorial service at a later date.  Survivors include his children, Stephanie Rollins Adams and Brandon W. Rollins both of Kershaw.  He had seven grandchildren, In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Hospice Care of Tri-County, 166 Stonebridge St, Suite 100, Columbia, SC 29210.  
    Caughman-Harman Funeral Home, Lexington Chapel was in charge of the  arrangements.

  • Dale Seate

     JEFFERSON – Mr. Dale Seate, 50, died January 24, 2011. A funeral service was held January 28, 2010 at Calvary Baptist Church.
    Surviving are, Daughters, Amanda Seate of Monroe, NC and Stephanie Seate of Fayetteville, NC;
    And their mother, Angela Tindall of Charlotte, NC;
    Mother, Lou Ann McMullan of Jefferson; one Granddaughter;
    Brothers, Mark, Barry, Mike, and Al Seate; Sisters, Tammy Ross and Debbie Derrick.
    Miller-Rivers-Caulder Funeral Home of Chesterfield was in charge of the arrangements.

  • Jerry Hazel Jordan

    Mr. Jerry Hazel Jordan, 69, died January 23, 2011, at Alamance Regional Medical Center after a brief illness. A funeral service was held January 27, 2011 at Miller-Rivers-Caulder Funeral Home Chapel, Chesterfield, with burial in the Fairview Baptist Church Cemetery, Mt. Croghan, SC.
     Surviving are, Daughters, Beth Shapiro of Flanders, NJ; Dawn Jordan of Northvale, NJ; and Cheryl Huffines Ooltewah, TN;

  • Margaret Johns James

    CHESTERFEID –  Ms. Margaret Johns James, 70, died January 24, 2010. A funeral service was held
    January 27, 2011 at Miller-Rivers-Caulder Funeral Home Chapel with burial
    in the Davis Plot at Zoar United Methodist Church Cemetery.
    Surviving are, Sister-in-law: Mary D. Johns of Chesterfield; Niece: Ann Johns Kearns of Chesterfield; two Great Nephews.
    MEMORIALS: may be made to the Chesterfield Rescue Squad, P.O. Box 147, Chesterfield, SC 29709
     Miller-Rivers-Caulder Funeral Home of Chesterfield, was in charge of the arrangements.

  • Clyde William Jordan, Sr.

    CHERAW – Mr. Clyde William Jordan, Sr., 77, died January 23, 2011. A funeral service was held
    January 26, 2011 at Miller-Rivers-Caulder Funeral Home Chapel with burial
     in the Faith Freewill Baptist Church Cemetery.
    Surviving are, Son, Clyde Jordan, Jr. of Cheraw; one
    Granddaughter; Brother, Jerry Jordan of Chesterfield; Sisters, Eva Evans and Dorothy Burr of Chesterfield, SC.
    Miller-Rivers-Caulder Funeral Home of Chesterfield, was in charge of the arrangements.

  • Barbara Ann Williamson

    Ms. Barbara Ann Williamson 70, died January 23, 2011. A memorial service will be held at a later date
    Surviving are,
    Sons, Tony Sellers of Chesterfield, and William Perry Sellers, Jr. of Clarskville, TN;
     Daughter, Judy Demby of Chesterfield;
    Seven Grandchildren and one Great Grandchild;
     Brothers, Harvey Williamson of Maryland, Lester Williamson of Morven, NC and Paulie Williamson of Columbia, SC; Sisters, Julia Moore of Wadesboro, NC, Mary Alice Shook of Spindale, NC and Patricia Baldis of Morven, NC.

  • Jefferson looks to curtail night-time break-ins

    JEFFERSON — The Town Board is concerned about crime downtown.
    Board members did not agree on what exactly they can do about nighttime break-ins of businesses but suggested surveillance or stepped up patrols from the sheriff’s deputy that serves Jefferson as two potential solutions.
    Town Councilman Bobby Jordan said at last week’s council meeting that Rollins service station had been broken into nine times last year and several other businesses had been burglarized.

  • Pageland Chamber of Commerce Annual Awards

    Awards presented Thursday at the Pageland Chamber of Commerce Awards Banquet, with comments by presenters:

    Years in Business
    Five years: Greenball Corporation/GBC Motorsports; Snack Time Vending; Stepping Out Dance Studio
    10 years: A & E Real Estate; Founders Federal Credit Union; Springhill Assisted Living
    20 years: Hope Music Ministry; Pee Dee Workforce
    25 years: Blackwell Trucking; Rollins Pest Control; Mike Cook State Farm Insurance Co.
    30 years: In & Out Mini Mart
    35 years: Hanson Aggregates East Inc.

  • Chamber salutes Mickey Baker

    The Pageland Chamber of Commerce honored a longtime volunteer for youth and the founder of Chesterfield County’s Habitat for Humanity as its Citizen of the Year during the business organization’s annual awards banquet Thursday evening at the Community Center.
    The gathering of 171 people gave Mickey Baker a standing ovation as he received the award from Chamber president Tony Nolan at the culmination of the annual event.