Sgt. Marion L. Coker On Korean Front Lines

With the 7th Infantry Division in Korea – Sgt. Marion L. Coker, whose wife, Mary, lives on Route 75, Columbia, S. C., is serving with the 7th Infantry division in the front lines of Korea. The division, now attacking Communist positions in rugged mountain terrain above the 38th parallel, is a veteran unit of the war and has been in Korea more than a year. … Continue reading Sgt. Marion L. Coker On Korean Front Lines

H. H. Hornsby Is Honored Posthumously

The gallantry and unselfish courage of a Camden army sergeant in valiantly giving medical aid to a wounded comrade under enemy fire in Korea was rewarded with the posthumous presentation of the Silver Star to his mother in Columbia Saturday. Sgt. Herbert H. Hornsby, recipient of the medal, given only for gallantry in action, was subsequently killed in action in Korea on June 23, 1951, … Continue reading H. H. Hornsby Is Honored Posthumously

Blaney High Wins Two From Mount Pisgah High

Blaney, Nov. 16 – Blaney high school took a basketball double-header from Mount Pisgah here tonight. The girls’ team won the first game, 27-19. Dowey was high scorer for Blaney with 11 points. Bradley was high for Mount Pisgah with eight points. The Blaney boys’ team took the second game 34-11. M. Kirkland was high point man for Blaney with 12 points, Dinson topped Mount … Continue reading Blaney High Wins Two From Mount Pisgah High

Joe Rawl and Fred Meetze Take Honors at Pig Show

Joe Rawl of the Lexington FFA chapter showed the grand champion gilt at the Seventh annual purebred pig show sponsored by the Sears, Roebuck foundation yesterday at the State Fair Grounds. Fred Meetze of the Irmo chapter took top honors in the boar class. Donald Shealey of the Irmo chapter had the reserve champion gilt with a Berkshire pig. Lee Rawl of Lexington chapter showed … Continue reading Joe Rawl and Fred Meetze Take Honors at Pig Show

Purebred Pig Show To Be Held Today At Fair Grounds

The seventh annual FFA purebred pig show, sponsored by the Sears-Roebuck foundation in co-operation with the state department of education, will be held at 1:30 this afternoon at the State Fair grounds, W. E. Gore, district supervisor of agricultural education, said yesterday. This project, accepted and conducted by the vocational agriculture teachers, involves the FFA chapter membership in their schools and is sponsored by the … Continue reading Purebred Pig Show To Be Held Today At Fair Grounds

Baron DeKalb Wins Two Games Over Blaney Team

Blaney, Nov. 13 – The Baron DeKalb boys and girls basketball teams made a clean sweep here tonight over Blaney. The boys won 37-19, and the girls triumphed, 29 to 22. Herren led the girls scoring for DeKalb with 15 points and Dowey had ten for Blaney. Hyatt led the DeKalb boys with 12 and Brown had eight for Blaney. Continue reading Baron DeKalb Wins Two Games Over Blaney Team

First Showing The Easiest Iron You’ve Ever Used

AMAZING, NEW Westinghouse OPEN HANDLE IRON The Iron represents many months of painstaking research and testing to develop this last word for easiest ironing. It features a new Open Handle design which eliminates wrist strain, because it’s palm-fitted and thumb-free. Your hand always assumes a normal, relaxed position no matter where the Iron is on the board . . . in a long reach or … Continue reading First Showing The Easiest Iron You’ve Ever Used