Blaney Entertains Winnsboro Guest

(Special to The Record) BLANEY, Jan. 20 – Mr. and Mrs. Halkard A. Hawkins (Margaret Wessinger Hawkins), of Winnsboro, were the guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Hawkins (Estes Creed Hawkins), last week. Miss Muriel Lewis, of Millen, Ga., is visiting her sister, Mrs. W. B. Evans. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Nelson and son, were guest of Mrs. L. A. Roberts and Mrs. … Continue reading Blaney Entertains Winnsboro Guest

Green Flashes Defeat Trinity

1933 Champions Show Good Form to Win 30 to 5. Opening their season last night on the Y. M. C. A court, the Y Green Flashes defeated the Trinity team, on of the leading contenders in the Sunday School league, by a score of 30 to 5. Pass work and accurate basket shooting featured the victory of the Green Flashes. Last night’s game was more … Continue reading Green Flashes Defeat Trinity

OLYMPIA PLAYS WINNSBORO; PACIFIC MEETS ST. PAUL’S

While Olympia is host at the Pacific Community house to Winnsboro high school, the Terrifics will make their first foreign venture tonight, playing St. Paul’s undefeated quintet of the City league at the Y. M. C. A. at 8 o’clock. The Terrifics showed decided improvement last night in their victory over Langley and are confident of turning back the strong Lutheran club. Winnsboro will send … Continue reading OLYMPIA PLAYS WINNSBORO; PACIFIC MEETS ST. PAUL’S

News of Interest From Blaney

BLANEY, Jan 13. – Misses Pearl Sanders and Ruby Sanders spent the weekend at the home of their mother, Mrs. Leila Sanders. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Bass, of Winnsboro, were the guest Tuesday of Mrs. Bass’ parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Lovett. Misses Lois Mason and Inez Mason spent Sunday in Rock Hill with Misses lumbia, were recently the guests of Mr. and Mrs. … Continue reading News of Interest From Blaney

20 Years Ago Today Items of Interest From The State of 1914.

Carolina’s basketball team leaves next week for a road trip of five games, playing Wake Forest January 13. A and M at Raleigh the 14th, Trinity at Durham the 15th. Washington and Lee at Lexington the 16th; and V. M. L. at Lexington the 17th. John V. Free is made agent for the Seaboard Air Line railway at Blaney. The Metropolitan club hold its annual … Continue reading 20 Years Ago Today Items of Interest From The State of 1914.