Services Resumed at Ridgewood

(Special to The Record) RIDGEWOOD CAMP, Sept. 28 – Weekly Sunday school services, conducted every year by volunteers among the students at the Lutheran seminary in Columbia, were resumed at the sanatorium September 23. Teaching the lesson in the cottages and administration building were J. A. Kelster, Jr., Paul Speigle, K. Y. Huddle and Miles Cullum. Columbia Chapter No. 59, Order of the Eastern Star, … Continue reading Services Resumed at Ridgewood

Around the Sport Clock

Softball Is Popular Softball, the old time indoor baseball, is growing in popularity. The league in Columbia is going at a fast clip with six teams participating and at the Blaney high school in Kershaw county, the game is proving interesting for the students during the recess hour. Willie Cromer, graduate of the Brookland – Cayce high school and the University of South Carolina, who … Continue reading Around the Sport Clock

Visitors Honored at Camden

(Special To The Record) CAMDEN, September 10. – Mrs. S. W. Vanlandingham was hostess to the Neighborhood Bridge club Wednesday, Mrs. Henry Beard, Mrs. Louise Cantey and Mrs. B. C. Brasington, of Pau Creek, North Carolina, sister of the hostess were invited to play with members. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Smith, Jr., gave a buffet supper for 30 guests Friday evening, honoring Lieut. Herbert … Continue reading Visitors Honored at Camden

North Columbia News

Miss Bonita Dominick of Prosperity visited her sister, Mrs. R. A. Lail, last week. Mrs. J. A. Caston and daughter, Elizabeth Caston, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Caston, at Saluda, North Carolina. Mrs. A. I. Mayfield visited relatives at Fork Shoals last week. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Adams and granddaughter, Louise, of Morven, North Carolina, are visiting the former’s daughter, Mrs. H. … Continue reading North Columbia News

Maggie Elizabeth Cook Sessions

1856 Maggie Elizabeth Cook Sessions was born August 11, 1856, the daughter of Captain W. L. Cook and Mrs. W. L. Cook. 1934 On March 9, 1934, Mrs. Thomas Sessions was mentioned as the living mother in the obituary of Lewis B. Sessions. Funeral services for Mrs. Maggie Cook Sessions of Blaney will be conducted at 11 o’clock this morning, September 5, 1934, from Union … Continue reading Maggie Elizabeth Cook Sessions


Special to The State. Prosperity, September 1, – Mr. and Mrs. William D. Dominick and sons, William Dominick, Jr., and George Dominick, Pittsfield, Massachusetts., are visiting Mrs. Abbie Dominick at the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Bedenbaugh. Mrs. and Mrs. J. C. Metts and baby moved Thursday to Blaney, where Mr. Metts becomes superintendent of the high school. J. R. Bedenbaugh returned Friday … Continue reading Prosperity