Bowen’s Briefs

Miss Mattie Roberts has accepted a part time job with Cash Novelty company. Miss Juanita Floyd was a visitor at Bowen’s Friday. Bowen’s welcome the following new students; Katherline Dorsey of Curley and Genie Crooks of Kingstree. Miss Dot Wise enjoyed a visit to Orangeburg last Monday while a guest of her mother, Mrs. Mattie Wise of Fort Motte. F. G. Graham of Aynor visited … Continue reading Bowen’s Briefs

Raid Follows Arrest By Five Short Days

Five days after he had been arrested for investigation in Columbia, a 31-year-old Blaney man was again arrested early yesterday and charged with the violation of federal liquor laws. The man was arrested when he started operation of a still near his home, officer said. Sacks of meal and sugar which the suspect had in his car here July 10, were identified, officers said, as … Continue reading Raid Follows Arrest By Five Short Days

Laverne Singleton Goff

Funeral services for Laverne Singleton Goff, 25, of Columbia, who died at State Park at 8:05, yesterday, July 7, 1939, after an illness of several months, were to be conducted this afternoon, July 8, 1939 at 3:30 from Blaney Baptist church by the Rev. A. B. Kennedy, pastor of Tabernacle Baptist church, assisted by the Rev. B. F. Carson, with interment to follow in the … Continue reading Laverne Singleton Goff

30 Leave To Attend CCC Camps

Thirty young men from Richland county will leave this morning to enroll in CCC camps, it was announced yesterday by Thomas Crenshaw, chairman of the Richland county board of public welfare. Eight of these will go to California to a CCC camp there, it was said.The others will attend the CCC camp at Pontiac. Those expected to leave for California are: Horace Bailey, Glenn W. … Continue reading 30 Leave To Attend CCC Camps

North Columbia News

Misses Pauline and Edna Mittie spent last week in Greenville visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Stapleton and family are leaving this week for Charlotte, N. C., where they will make their home in the future. Mrs. D. D. Spencer and daughter, Frances Elizabeth Spencer, and their guest, Miss Martha Ann Waite, left Saturday for a visit of several weeks to friends and relatives … Continue reading North Columbia News