Columbians Injured In Collision

Two men are in the Columbia hospital as a result of a collision between their automobile and a truck on the Camden highway near Columbia Thursday afternoon. J. D. Davis of 1619 Sumter street and Fred L. Graham, nephew of Charles D. Gordon, president of the Columbia chamber of commerce, both received painful lacerations about the head and were admitted to the hospital late Thursday … Continue reading Columbians Injured In Collision

Freshman Feast Pleasing Affair

Coupled together in pairs of boys and girls the first year students at Columbia college enjoyed their annual “Freshman Feast” Thursday, The entertainment taking place in the basement of the college which was decorated as a nursey. Toys, cribs, dolls and other things ordinarily found in a child’s playground were arranged about the building in a most effective manner. Half of the freshmen were dressed … Continue reading Freshman Feast Pleasing Affair

Junior – Senior Banquet

Special To The State. Blaney, May 9. – The annual junior-senior banquet of Blaney high school was held Friday night, May 1, at the school. A dim light was cast over the lobby from Japanese lanterns. Punch was served by Misses Wade and Wells in Japanese costume. The guest were met by Misses Lucy Mae Jeffers. Lillie Edens and Sadie Sessions, who gave them their … Continue reading Junior – Senior Banquet

Ridgewood Camp Notes

Special to the State. Ridgewood Camp, May 9, – Mrs. B. T. DeLoach was dismissed and returned Thursday to her home in Hapton after a four-year stay at the sanatorium. Mrs. Electra Irick of Elloree entered the sanatorium Monday. Mrs. W. L. Rankin of Gastonia, N. C., visited Mrs. Stuart Simpson Tuesday. Miss Minnie Moore had as guests Thursday Mrs. Tate Monroe of Laurens, Mrs. … Continue reading Ridgewood Camp Notes

Lever Brazell

Lever Brazell, the 15-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Brazell, who was drowned in Winter Haven, Fla., Thursday, May 7, 1931. Besides his parents, he is survived by five brothers, Addison Brazell, Tom Brazell, Woodrow Brazell and William Brazell, all of Winter Haven, and L. B. Brazell of Columbia, and two sisters, Mrs. Etta Sanders of Blaney and Mrs. Ella Hammond of Columbia. … Continue reading Lever Brazell