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Yesteryear - March 14, 2012

25 YEARS AGO - March 11-16, 1987

Posted: March 13, 2012 11:20 a.m.
Updated: March 14, 2012 5:00 a.m.

 Photo cutline -- Quite a project -- Coke Goodwin, school district assistant superintendent of instruction, looks over Marvin O’Neal’s science project. Goodwin was a judge at Camden Middle School’s Science Fair last week, and O’Neal garnered a first place in the biology division. For more on the science fair, see Friday’s C-I.

Photo cutline -- The L-E dome? Under the instruction of Harrison Goodwin, a student teacher at Lugoff-Elgin Middle School under the supervision of teacher Clarence Taylor, students in the industrial technology class recently constructed an air frame support similar to those used as professional sports domes. Principal Larry Patrick inspects the air-inflated project, constructed of plastic, tape and staples.

Photo cutline -- Scout’s honor -- Camden Mayor Bennie Marshall gathered with Cub and Boy Scout representatives last week to sign a proclamation declaring March 9-13 as Scout Volunteer Appreciation Week in the Wateree Scouting District. Attending the proclamation signing were: Louise W. Reid, Pack 180 and Charlie E. Nash, district chairman. Standing: Janice Caldwell, Pack 238; Wyatt C. Minton III, Troop 180; Karen Burkette, Pack 212; Shirley O’Neal, Pack 303; Lansing Brewer, Wateree District executive; David Burkette, Pack 212; and Ted Schmidt, district commissioner.

Photo cutline – Students of the Montessori Learning Center are busy making decorations for the dinner theater, being sponsored by the school as a fundraiser. Pictured are Christina Horton, Stephanie Keel, Katie Gleaton, Katie Winkle and Shelby Dunlap.

Photo cutline -- Andre McCoy of Camden High School gets set for a pitch during an exhibition game against Hartsville. The Bulldogs open their season tomorrow night with a 6 p.m. game with Hillcrest at Legion Field.

Photo cutline -- A life for Lifeline -- Pilot Club president Emily Bruce accepts a $100 check from Wateree Mother’s Club president Mary Ann McCaskill for the purchase of Lifeline emergency response systems. These systems are to be placed in the homes of the elderly and the handicapped. At right is Ruth Houser, recently selected as “Mother of the Year” by the Wateree Mothers Club.

Photo cutline -- Teddy Payne  is caught in a jam after grabbing a rebound in state class AA action against Bates-Leesville. The Panthers topped North Central to advance to Saturday’s state championship against Wade Hampton.

Photo cutline -- Promising musicians -- Above are winners of the Camden Music Association’s Brevard Scholarship Competition: French horn player Kit Greenwood, winner of the Rekah Richards Francis Scholarship for six-weeks to Brevard Music Camp; alto saxophonist Michael Rooker, winner of the Senior Scholarship, given by Dr. and Mrs. James Bishop’s Camden Accents (shoes and accessories shop to open July 27); pianist Chesnee McLaughlin, winner of the Junior Scholarship, given by the CMA; and pianist Tammy Brazell, alternate. Absent was violinist Sarah Quick, winner of the Margaret Beckley Upton Scholarship, given by Mr. and Mrs. Maxell Wood for six weeks at Brevard. At right are all the contestants: Kristyn Robinson and Jodi Mooneyhan, Timothy Simon, Michael Rooker, Beth Frye, Chesness McLaughlin, Amy Greenwood, Teresa Roy, Tammy Brazell, Wanda Hoopengardner, Suzette Robertson, Kit Greenwood and Eric Shea.

Photo cutline -- The early morning sun hits a colt at Kip Elser’s stable on Carter Road before he is taken for his daily run. Elser, a former jockey and now a trainer/owner, mainly trains horses for flat track events and for sales throughout the country.

   Photo cutline -- A new queen reigneth -- Denise Goude, 17-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Goude, was crowned Miss Camden 1987 Saturday evening by Shelly Cunningham, Miss Camden 1986. Ms. Goude was also selected as winner of the talent competition. Second runner-up for the Miss Camden title was Dawn Dukes, daughter of Lyn Morgan and Terry Dukes, and first runner-up was Kim Stockman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stockman.

 

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