Blaney

Special to The State. Blaney, September 21. – The following students left this week to resume their school work. Miss Beatrice Ross, Greenville Women’s college, Misses Nelle and Mildred Evans, Chicora; Harry Ross, Charleston Medical, and Edward Maddox, Clemson. Norman accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Eddleman to China Grove, North Carolina, Saturday, where they were called to the bedside of their father. Misses … Continue reading Blaney

Pelion

Special to The State. Pelion, September 21. – The Parent Teacher association of the Pelion high school held its first meeting September 12. At this meeting various committees were appointed. The association looks forward to a successful year. Miss Lurina Gardner spent the past weekend at her home in Wagener. Misses Edith and Freddie Lariel left last week to continue their studies at Limestone college. … Continue reading Pelion

Negro League Holds Assembly

Allen Christian Endeavor, Winnsboro District, Meets at Kelton. (Written for the State.) Kelton, September 21. – The Winnsboro district convention and the Allen Christian Endeavor league of the Columbia conference, of the African Methodist Episcopal church, which recently held its 18th annual session in Bethany church, closed Thursday afternoon with a strong sermon by the Reverend R. A. Young of Winnsboro, The Reverend J. M. … Continue reading Negro League Holds Assembly

Waverly News

During the next two weeks, the Waverly Methodist Church is holding revival services in a tent on the lot recently purchased for the building of the new church, which is located at Five Points, at the intersection of Santee Avenue and Hardin Street. The Reverend F. P. Taylor, Jr., of Batesburg, Confederence evangelist, will conduct the services. The Reverend Mr. Taylor needs no introduction to … Continue reading Waverly News

Scout News Boy Scouts of America

Organizing Rural Work. The local committee on rural scouting met last week and sent letters to interested men and leaders in the surrounding communities endeavoring to interest them in scout work and pledging the efforts of the committee in assisting the organization of boy scout troops. New troops are at Chapin, Lugoff, Bethune and attention is now directed to the districts around Eastover, Blythewood, Blaney, … Continue reading Scout News Boy Scouts of America

Blaney

Blaney, September 7. – Mrs. W. B. Evans was hostess Thursday afternoon at a lovely party celebrating the fourth birthday of his little son, Wade. A number of enjoyable games were played. Adelle Rabon and Herbert Kirkland were the lucky winners of prizes in contests. Strawberry and vanilla cream and cake were served, the refreshments giving the note of the color scheme of pink and … Continue reading Blaney

Blaney Man Reports He Was Held Up Here

Hold-up men seem to getting more “nervy” in Columbia. The latest report is that a man was held up Saturday night, not at the point of a gun, but at the point of a razor. W. B. Lynn of Blaney told police Sunday that he was held up the night before at Pulaski street and Railroad alley, by a men who threatened him with a … Continue reading Blaney Man Reports He Was Held Up Here