Sarah Catherine Bowen

Mr. and Mrs. Earl Talmadge Bowen of Blaney announce the engagement of their daughter, Sarah Catherine Bowen, and Charles Emanuel, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Emanuel of Rembert. The wedding is to take place in April. Bowen – Emanuel Betrothal Told An interesting announcement is that made today by Mr. and Mrs. Earl Talmage Bowen of Blaney of the betrothal of their daughter, … Continue reading Sarah Catherine Bowen

Seen Here and There

Mrs. W. E. Carigan of Liberty, Ky., visiting her daughter, Joan, of 1531 Blanding street for a few weeks. Attractive Charleston woman keeping her audience at the Daughters of the American Colonists convention in stitches with a detailed account of how she accepted a ring from one sweetheart the day before marrying another. Miss Marion Gerard in town for the horse races. Sergeant Wayne Covert … Continue reading Seen Here and There

Junior Homemakers Win Excellent Rating for Dress

Show above are those who placed excellent in the new garments contest of the fashion show, featured in the Junior Homemakers of American convention held Saturday afternoon in the auditorium of the Brookland-Cayce high school. Left to right they are: first row, Jacqueline King of Dentsville, Julianne Earlge of Columbia, Annie Lou Hallman of Monetta, Mary Barton of Langley, Robert Parker of Chesterfield, Olive Frick … Continue reading Junior Homemakers Win Excellent Rating for Dress

Miss Brown Named President of Junior Homemakers Group

Miss Hazel Brown of Columbia was elected president of District 3 of the Junior Homemakers of America during their annual meeting held yesterday in the auditorium of the Brookland-Cayce high school. Approximately 500 JHA members, sitting 37 chapters throughout the six counties composing the district, attend the meeting. Other officers elected during the business session were: Carolyn Beard of Bath, vice president; Cornelia Douglass of … Continue reading Miss Brown Named President of Junior Homemakers Group

New Blaney High Gym Is Dedicated

On Friday, February 25, the new gymnasium at Blaney high school was dedicated with impressive ceremonies. Prior to the program in the new gym, supper was served in the cafeteria. Members of this refresh for committing were Mrs. Carol Bowen, chairman who was assisted by the following: Mrs. Charles Wooten, Mrs. Ernest Kirkland, Mrs. Douglas Aldrich, Mrs. Edwin Sessions, Mrs. Adolphus Dowey, Mrs. Mendel Barfield, … Continue reading New Blaney High Gym Is Dedicated

New Blaney Gymnasium Is Opened

BLANEY, March 10- Friday evening, February 25, was a red-letter day in the lives of the student, teacher and citizens of Blaney. They celebrated the opening of a much needed gymnasium by impressive dedicatory exercises. Supper, which consisted of sandwiches, wieners, hamburgers, cokes and drinks, was served in the school cafeteria. The members on the supper committee were: Mrs. Carol Bowen, chairman; Mrs. Charles Wooten, … Continue reading New Blaney Gymnasium Is Opened

Lilly Anna “Lettie” Ross Bowen

1885 Lilly Anna “Lettie” Ross was born on 28 Aug 1885 in Elgin, Kershaw, South Carolina, USA a child of John Thomas Ross and Mary C Motley Ross. 1900 Lillie A Ross was counted in the census on 02 Jun 1900 in Wateree, Kershaw, South Carolina, USA, as a 13-year-old, female, single, white, daughter. Also in the home was her father, John T. Ross; her … Continue reading Lilly Anna “Lettie” Ross Bowen

Fletcher Randolph Martin

1884 Fletcher Randolph Martin was born on 22 Apr 1884 in Lugoff, Kershaw, South Carolina, USA a child of Cordora McCullough Martin and Oseola E Miles Martin. 1920 Fletcher R Martin was counted in the census on 02 Jan 1920 in Shady Grove, Richland, South Carolina, USA, as a 34-year-old, male, married, white, head of household. Also in the home was his wife, Julia A … Continue reading Fletcher Randolph Martin

Alex Hornsby

1884 Alex Hornsby was born on 04 Mar 1884 in Fairfield, South Carolina, USA a child of Silas Hornsby and Elizabeth Branham. 1930 Alex M Hornsby was counted in the census on 17 Apr 1930 in Columbia, Richland, South Carolina, USA, as a 45-year-old, male, married, white, head of household. Also in the home was his wife, Elizabeth Hornsby; their sons, Lonnie Hornsby and Woodruff … Continue reading Alex Hornsby