The Dillon Herald, Dillon South Carolina
October 24, 1918, Vol. 22, No. 49
Dick Dewey Stanton
Dick Dewey Stanton, one of the towns most promising young men, fell a victim
to the disease at one o'clock Friday. He had been sick about ten days, and
the cause of his death was pneumonia following an attack of influenza. Mr.
Stanton's death cast a gloom over the entire community.
He held the position of assistant cashier at the First National Bank where he
was held in the highest esteem by the bank's officials and his fellow
employees. Kind and courteous, affable and generous and a gentleman at all
times, he was greatly loved by a large circle of friends by whom he is deeply
mourned. There was no more promising life in Dillon that Dick Stanton's ...
Transcriber's note: The rest of the article was not readable on the
microfilm. This notice was in a column with other deaths from influenza.
Submitted by Helen Moody, 8 May 2002.
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