District Junior Homemaker Set Meeting Mar. 23

District III of the South Carolina Junior Homemakers Association will hold its annual meeting Saturday, March 23, at Batesburg-Leesville, the executive committee of District III announced following a recent meeting at Dentsville High School. Those attending the planning meeting included Gloria Rodgers, president; and Mrs. Lois Nicholson, advisor of Saluda Senior Chapter; Brenda Williams of North Augusta, vice president; Kat King, secretary, and Mrs. Annie … Continue reading District Junior Homemaker Set Meeting Mar. 23

NY SandPlant To Establish Blaney Unit

CAMDEN, Feb 10 (Special) – Local Chamber of Commerce officials announced recently that a New York industrial sands and foundry materials company will construct a sand processing plant on a 392-acre tract near Blaney, seven miles south of Camden on Highway 12. Though the exact construction date was not announce, Stanley Llewellyn, chapter manager, told some 120 persons attending the chamber’s annual banquet business meeting … Continue reading NY SandPlant To Establish Blaney Unit

BUSINESS LEADERS’ SPONSORS

BUSINESS LEADERS’ SPONSORS: Future Business Leaders of America sponsors at the recent annual convention in Columbia are shown at a Dutch luncheon for the sponsors in the Coffee Shop of Hotel Wade Hampton. Mrs. Gerald Young of Columbia High School was in charge of the luncheon. Sponsors include, left to right front row, Mrs. Ruth Tucker, James F. Byrnes School; Mrs. Virginia Atkinson, Park High … Continue reading BUSINESS LEADERS’ SPONSORS

Blaney Wildcats Will Be Stronger Next Campaign

BLANEY Feb. 10 – Blaney High’s Wildcats, who stunned the District 5 Class C tournament by upsetting Mount Pisgah in the first ever round last week, should be even stronger next year. The reason? Coach John Krantz doesn’t lose a single one of his starting players. One of them, Jack Kirkland, a 6-0 ninth grader, averaged 18 points a game during the season that just … Continue reading Blaney Wildcats Will Be Stronger Next Campaign

New Plant Soon to Rise Near Blaney

CAMDEN – A sand processing plant, embracing a 392-acre tract near Blaney, is to be constructed soon, according to Stanley Llewellyn, manager of the Camden Chamber of Commerce. Whitehead Brothers Co., will establish a branch plant with the initial cash outlay for land, plant construction and equipement reported to be about $750,000. The site is seven miles south of Camden on Highway 12. Continue reading New Plant Soon to Rise Near Blaney

John Robert Holley

1878 John Robert Holley was born on 10 Mar 1878 in Kershaw, South Carolina, USA a child of John Robert Holley and Elizabeth Jones Holley. 1900 John Holley was counted in the census on 13 Jun 1900 in Buffalo, Kershaw, South Carolina, USA, as a 22-year-old, male, married, white, head of household. Also in the home was his wife, Minnie Holley; and their children, Nettie … Continue reading John Robert Holley

FIVE GENERATIONS

FIVE GENERATIONS: One-year-old Jackie Lynn Seymour is shown here with her mother, Mrs. Nixie (Dixie) Treobie Seymour; great-great-grandmother, Mrs. E. D. Hornsby; grandmother, Mrs. Kiley K. May, and great-grandmother, Mrs. C. E. Cook. All are from Columbia except Mrs. Hornsby, who lives in Camden and formerly lived in Blaney. Mrs. May recently returned from Japan where her husband, M-Sgt. Kiley K. May, was stationed. He … Continue reading FIVE GENERATIONS

Eau Claire Girl Heads State Club

Doris Miles of Eau Claire High School will head the South Carolina Chapter of the Future Business Leaders of America during the coming year. She was elected at the group’s ninth annual conference in the Hotel Wade Hampton today. Other officers elected are Barbara Tomlinson, Lower Richland High School, vice president; Judy Bolding, Berea High School, secretary: Henry Lewis, Greenville School, treasurer; and Nancy Sharpe, … Continue reading Eau Claire Girl Heads State Club