1895 Ollie Lewis Cook wa born July 25, 1895. 1957 BLANEY – Funeral plans are incomplete for Ollie L. Cook, 62, retired farmer, who died Sunday in Camden Hospital after a brief illness. He was a member of Union Baptist Church of Blaney. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Mattie Goff Cook of Blaney; six sons, Raymond Cook of Pensacola, Fla., Eddie Cook of Camden, Carl … Continue reading Ollie Lewis Cook
1875 Sam Henry Ross was born October 19, 1875. 1957 Sam Henry Ross, 82, of Blaney a retired merchant and farmer died at his home last night, September 28, 1957, after an illness of ten weeks. Mr. Ross was a son of the late John Thomas Ross and Mary Motley Ross. He was born at Blaney and spent his entire life in the community. A … Continue reading Sam Henry Ross
Ethel Mae Gibbs, a nine-year old Negro girl of near Blaney, was hit by an automobile about 7:40 this morning as she crossed Motley Road to get on a school bus. The car involved was driven by Anie B. Starnes, 3701 Colonial Dr., Columbia, sheriff’s officer said. An ambulance took the child to Columbia Hospital for Examination. Deputy C. E. Brooks and Highway Patrolman Dave … Continue reading Road-Crossing Negro Child Struck By Car
Mr. and Mrs. John Alvin Krantz announce the birth of a son, John Alvin Krantz, Jr., born September 3, at the Columbia Hospital. They also have a daughter, Carol Ruth Krantz, five years old . . . .Mrs. Krantz is the former Miss Mary Ruth Brigman and teaches Home Economics at Blaney School. Mr. Krantz is the principal of Blaney School. Continue reading John Alvin Krantz, Jr.
1888 Leonard Crawford Paschal was born August 9, 1888 in the Harmony Community near Blaney, South Carolina, a son of James Knox P. Paschal and Mattie Martha Maxine Evans Paschal. 1900 Leonard C. Pascal was counted in the census on 13 Jun 1900 in Wateree, Kershaw, South Carolina, USA, as a 12-year-old, male, single, white, son. Also in the house was his father, James K … Continue reading Leonard Crawford Paschal
CAMDEN, Sept. 8 (Special) – Unexplained “balls of fire in the sky” had jittery Blaney citizens summoning help from Camden Thursday night but City Manager Max Holland had an explanation this morning. Mr. Holland and Fire Chief Carl Hammond went to Blaney after being there by a resident, talked to the persons who saw the “flying saucers” – as they were termed- and the Highway … Continue reading Balls of Fire In Blaney Now Are Explained
Fifty two cases are listed for trial at the term of Richland County Court commencing Monday, September 9, with Judge Legare Bates presiding. A dozen of the cases are scheduled for Monday, the same number are scheduled Tuesday, Wednesday has 12 cases listed, Thursday has 13 cases listed and three are scheduled for Friday. The official roster for the term is as follows: Monday, September … Continue reading 52 Cases Listed for Next Richland County Court
The Annual Camp Meeting sponsored by the Free Will Baptist Church of the Pentecostal Faith is being held this week at the Bethel Camp Ground, two miles south of Blaney on U. S. Highway No. 1. Services will be held every day this week at 9 a.m., 11 a.m., 3 p.m., and 7:45 p.m. The guest speaker for the evening services is the Rev. J. … Continue reading Camp Meeting of Free Will Baptists Set