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Yesteryear -- Nov. 10, 2010

Posted: November 9, 2010 5:02 p.m.
Updated: November 10, 2010 5:00 a.m.

  37 YEARS AGO -- Nov. 7-12, 1973

Photo cutline -- Costumed Adults -- Not to be outdone by the students, these adults dressed in costumes for Lugoff Elementary’s Carnival. From left, Miss Catherine Watson, Miss Barbara Bennett, Mrs. Minnie Payne, and Mrs. Virginia Collins.

Photo cutline – Most Original – This honor went to Jeff Robertson, a fifth grade student, at Lugoff Elementary’s Halloween Carnival.

Photo cutline – A Beautiful Wreath! – Mrs. Z. S. Touloukian holds a large pine cone wreath which the Arts and Crafts is one of the items made by the Arts and Crafts committee for the Holiday Bazaar. Mrs. John P. Busch, Jr., chairman of Arts and Crafts, examines a lamp created for the occasion. Numerous other articles are on the table.

Photo cutline – Halloween Play – Members of the five first grade classes at Pine Tree Hill School put on a delightful Halloween play last Wednesday. Attractive programs in the shape of Casper the friendly ghost were presented to everyone. Grades participating were Mrs. Harper’s, Mrs. Lewis’, Mrs. Goodales’, Mrs. Ainsley’s and Mrs. Schoolfield’s. The play was enjoyed by everyone.

Photo cutline – High Award – Jeff Jackson, shown here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Jackson of Conifer Acres in Lugoff, was recently awarded the rank of Eagle Scout for his outstanding accomplishments in the field of Scouting. He is a member of Troop 311 and is sponsored by the Rowan Presbyterian Church in Lugoff.

Photo cutline – Award Winner – Joel Mazyck recently received his Eagle Scout Award, symbolic of high achievement in the field of Scouting. He is shown here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Mazyck of Broad St. Joel is a member of Explorer Post 348, sponsored by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.

Photo cutline—Distinguished Military Student – Ronnie Graves, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben C. Graves of Camden, is congratulated by North Georgia College President John H. Owen after being named a Distinguished Military Student at the college recently.

Photo cutline – Christmas Time Again – Art Graham and Ken Higgenbotham, co-chairmen of the Camden Jaycees’ Christmas Stocking Fund of 1973, discuss plans for this year’s drive. The Jaycees are collecting toys and dolls for distribution to underprivileged children throughout Kershaw County.

Photo cutline – Camdenite Honored – Martyn N. Cavanaugh, chairman of the State Tree Farm Committee of the S.C. Forestry Assn., presents Richard W. Lloyd of Camden with a plaque after announcing Mr. Lloyd’s selection at South Carolina Tree Farmer of the Year for 1973. The presentation took place at the annual meeting of the SCFA in Columbia Tuesday.

Photo cutline – Making Rocks – Darrell Simpkins, teacher at Camden Middle School, demonstrates how to make rocks to his 8th grade earth science class at Camden Middle School.

Photo cutline – Selling Calendars – The Hi-Y and Tri-Hi-Y clubs of the Camden YMCA are selling calendars to raise money for the various projects they undertake during the year. Becky Morgan, Brevard Tri-Hi-Y; Cheryl Taylor, Haiglar Tri-Hi-Y; and Ann Sill, DeSaussure Tri-Hi-Y pose with the attractive calendars. In addition to local community service projects, the clubs give money to help with the work of the YMCA in foreign countries.

Photo cutline --“Delicious!” – Radio personalities Al Grover and Phil Rogers of WPUB put their stamp of approval on onion bread and shrimp pie …two of the mouth-watering dishes being served at Monday’s Tasting buffet to launch “What’s Cooking in Camden?”

Photo cutline – Prepared Presentation – Students who prepared a unique slide-tape presentation of school life are Donna Rudd, Jane Rainwater, Fran Moore, Patti Gadecki, and Sheila Young. Standing are Tim Stokes, David Williams, and Bobby Griffin. Absent from the picture are Janet Marshall.

 

 

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