The Kershaw-Lancaster R. F. D. association met at Westrell May 26 with a good attendance. Among the visitors were the postmasters at Camden and Blaney. After routine business had been transacted the following delegates were elected to the Fifth District meeting to be held at Goffney, June 10: Ira B Harper, S. C. Truesday, W. L. Miles, Horace Robinson. Delegates elected to the state meeting … Continue reading Kershaw – Lancaster
M. Perry, of Blaney, brough an egg, laid by one of his hens into The Recorder office today, with a peculiar discoloration on the shell . . . Several different views were obtained by turning the egg and looking at the discoloration at various angles . . . One view appeared to show a man’s face, profile view, while still another seemed to be that … Continue reading Some Boat!
William Arthur Bundrick was born August 31, 1852. William Arthur Bundrick, 83, died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Charles E. Stuck, here this afternoon, June 13, 1935. Mr. Budrick is survived by his daughter, one sister, Mrs. Polly Ann Griffith of Blaney; two granddaughters, Mrs. R. A. Derrick and MRs. E. C. Clark of Columbia, and three great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held … Continue reading William Arthur Bundrick
For the second time in as many days the veterans at Blaney camp went down to defeat. The team that turned the trick in this game was one of the fastest aggregation of young ball players in Columbia. The Ramblers, who joined in a chicken dinner before the game and then licked the veterans. The Ramblers got good pitching from Manager Mathews, who allowed on … Continue reading Ramblers Beat Blaney Veterans
Blaney defeated the Veterans Camp No. 4, 17 to 1, in a game played last Saturday. It was the first defeat suffered by the Veterans. Continue reading Blaney Wins, 17 to 1
Tax Commission Fails to Issue Additional Permits During Day. Although applications for liquor dealers’ licenses continue to be filed yesterday the total for the day reaching a 11, the tax commission did not authorize the opening of any additional stores during the day in that two of its members were out of the city attending to other business matters in connection with their work. The … Continue reading Eleven Request Liquor Licenses
(Special to The Record) POMARIA, June 6. – Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Riser and children have returned home after visiting Mrs. Riser’s parents. Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Williams. Mrs. T. M. Boland visited her husband at the Veterans’ hospital Saturday. Mrs. Z. T. Pinner, Mrs. Sarah Sezler and Miss Eunice Litzsey were visitors in Columbia Saturday. Miss Nina Adams of Newberry spent the … Continue reading People of Pomaria Greet Visitors