Ridgewood Camp Has Visitors

RIDGEWOOD CAMP, Sept. 29 – Curtis Wessinger was dismissed after a few months’ stay and returned to his home in Columbia. Mrs. O. T. McDade had as guests this week Mrs. John Noland, Mrs. John Fincher of Clyde, N. C., and Mrs. C. F. Dotson, Mrs. G. W. Byras, Mrs. Boyd Far, Miss Elizabeth Farr of Lockhart. Miss Nannie Greene was visited by Miss Lois … Continue reading Ridgewood Camp Has Visitors

Lorene Wilson Penley

1909 Lorene Wilson was born on 16 May 1909 in Elgin, Kershaw, South Carolina, USA a child of Clifton Henry Wilson and Cora Bessie Abbott Wilson. 1910 Census Information: Lorene Wilson was counted in the census on 03 May 1910 in Fairfield, South Carolina, USA as a 1 year old female, daughter, single, white. Also in the home was her father, Clifton Wilson, mother, Cora Wilson, … Continue reading Lorene Wilson Penley

Sixteen Men Enter Army

Recruiting Office Here Announces Enlistments Received in September The United States army recruiting office, Room 64, United States courthouse building on Laurel street, reports the following enlistments for the first 20 days of September: Kelly D. Hinson Camden Field Artillery Fort Bragg Robert L. Young Cassatt Field Artillery Fort Bragg Oliver H. Prater Batesburg Field Artillery Fort Bragg Cecil H. Sceley Blaney Field Artillery Fort … Continue reading Sixteen Men Enter Army

Dentsville to Meet ‘B’ Squad

Dentsville high school with the first football team in its history will open its schedule against the Columbia high B squad the latter part of this month. Games have also been tentatively scheduled with Consolidated and Blaney highs, Walter Jenkins, coach, said yesterday. The squad started practicing Thursday and there were 26 aspirants answering the opening bell. Although willing the boys are green and Coach … Continue reading Dentsville to Meet ‘B’ Squad

Ridgewood Camp Patients Treated To Ice Cream

Ridgewood Camp, Sept. 3. – Ice cream for supper Friday night was sent to the patients by W. M. Swindler of Upper Richland county. Mr. Swindler was a camp visitor Thursday afternoon. L. L. Fanning and Frank L. Taylor of Eau Claire visited the sanatorium Monday. A. M. Peele of Gibson, N. C., was admitted to the camp Friday. Miss Eula Johnson of the nursing … Continue reading Ridgewood Camp Patients Treated To Ice Cream

Visit of Mrs. Ann Royall To Columbia in 1830

Among the acquisitions of the University of South Carolina library is a battered copy of the second volume of Mrs. Anne Royall’s Southern tour, or second series of the Black Book of Mrs. Anne Royall, author of Sketches of History, Life and Manners in the United States by a Traveler in three volumes. Vol. 2, Washington, 1831. Anne Newport Royall was born June 11, 1769, … Continue reading Visit of Mrs. Ann Royall To Columbia in 1830