240 Reservation Are Made For Columbia Jackson Dinner

Two hundred forty reservation for the Jackson Day dinner, to be serve in Columbia January 8, have already been made, according to Joe D. Miot, director of the celebration. This number compares with the 105 reservation made for the dinner in 1939.

Other reservation are assured, Direct Miot Said, adding the celebration promises to be a rousing one.

Reservation by counties were:

Spartanburg, 51; Charleston, 37; Richland, 60; Sumter, three; Anderson, three; Jasper, one; Florence, three; Lexington, two; Darlington, four; Aiken, five; Dillion, four; Orangeburg, two; Marlboro, two; Greenville, two; York, two; Dorchester, three; Barnwell, three; Clarendon, three; Walterboro, two.

Also, Bamberg, two; Beaufort, two; Laurens, four; Chester, one; Berkeley, two; Union, one; Marion, one; Hampton, one; Lee, one; Horry, one; Chesterfield, one; Lancaster, One; Kershaw, one; Greenwood, one; allendale two.

240 Reservation Are Made For Columbia Jackson Dinner
January 5, 1940 State (published as The State) Columbia, South Carolina Page 18

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