Monroe – Burriss

Mr. and Mrs. James Willard Monroe (Lois Ross Monroe) of Columbia announce the engagement of their daughter, Deloria Monroe, to John Thomas Burriss, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. John Thomas Burriss, Sr., of Hopkins. Miss Monroe is a graduate of Lower Richland High School and Palmer College as executive secretary. She is employed by Redisco, Inc. Mr. Burriss is a graduate of Lower Richland … Continue reading Monroe – Burriss

Beulah Hornsby Brown

Mrs. Beulah Hornsby, 60, died on January 18, 1966 Funeral services for Mrs. Brown were held January 21, 1966 at 4 p.m. in Highway PentecostalHoliness Church, near Elgin, conducted by the Rev. William Faircloth, the Rev. Horace Youngblood and the Rev. N. D. Sellers. Interment was in the churchyard.  Active pallbearers were Bobby Smith, Mendel Goff, Larry Shirley, Edward A Cook, Tommy Jordan and Harley … Continue reading Beulah Hornsby Brown

State Prep Basketball Results

ANDREWS –  Hemingway downed Andrews in a basketball doubleheader with the Hemingway boys winning, 35-22, and the visiting girls rolled to a 45-17 victory. Jimmy Parker was the high scorer for the winners with 14 while Billy Morris paced the losers with six. Elizabeth Brown scored 15 points for the winners while Chris Reynolds topped the losers with 12. BLANEY – Rodney Kelly tossed in 26 … Continue reading State Prep Basketball Results

Olympia Wins 8th; ‘Dogs Beat ‘Rocks

Eau Claire led Camden at the end of every quarter except the last, Tuesday night before dropping the overtime affair, 48-42. Jan Puczkowski’s field goal just before the final buzzer gained the Bulldogs a tie and sent the game into an overtime period. Puczkowski also scored four of Camden eight overtime points and closed out the evening with a total of 10. Eau Claire led … Continue reading Olympia Wins 8th; ‘Dogs Beat ‘Rocks