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Yesteryear -- Jan. 26, 2011

Posted: January 25, 2011 11:12 a.m.
Updated: January 26, 2011 5:00 a.m.

31 YEARS AGO -- Jan. 23, 1980 

   Photo cutline -- Jim Wood, Mike Spratt and Ron Johnson talk with Hope Cooper, Historic Camden administrator, during the National Park service study of the restoration.

   Photo cutline -- The Lugoff Optimist Club presented its annual Youth Appreciation Awards recently to outstanding youth in the Lugoff-Elgin area who had made significant contributions to their school, church or community. Receiving the awards from optimists J. Van Nunnery and E. K. Wright are Tammie Johnson, Frances Woodle, Robin Sweatt and Parry Lambert.

   Photo cutline -- North Central High School all-conference football players were presented awards for their honors last Saturday night at the conference 3-A football banquet. Coach Randy Lowery stands with Steffron James and Jeff Newman.

   Photo cutline -- Camden BPW members who attended the recent conference of the Educational Foundation of the S. C. Federation of Business and Professional Women’s Clubs were Judy Parsons, Betty Johnson, Joan Geiger, Mildred Josey and Virginia Humphries.

   Photo cutline -- Mayor James L. Anderson stands with Tommy Moore and Les Addis, who were honored by the Camden Jaycees Saturday night. Moore was named Outstanding Law Enforcement Office and Addis won the Distinguished Service Award.

   Photo cutline -- New Officers of the Lugoff Professional Women’s Association are Jean Newman, treasurer; Margaret Minges, recording secretary; Judy Brock, vice president, and Violet Davis, president.

   Photo cutline -- Mrs. Evelyn Paige, director of the site for senior citizens at Sanders Creek Baptist Church, discusses plans with Mrs. Bessie Carlos and Mrs. Edna Stewart, two faithful volunteers.

   Photo cutline -- Discussing the “Performance Training” program are Roetta Mickle, Margaret Goodrich and Anne Hall. Mrs. Mickle and Mrs. Goodrich are teachers at Camden Elementary School and Mrs. Hall is principal of Baron DeKalb Elementary, the only school in Kershaw County using the P.T. method.

   Photo cutline -- Joan Geiger, president of the Camden Business and Professional Women’s Club, presents a check for $65 to Nell Rhoden, treasurer of the Educational Foundation. The $65 represents $1 for each member of the local club and the money will be used for scholarships for deserving students.

    When she steps down as an assistant superintendent at the end of this school year, Mrs. Moylan (Teeny) DuVal will have seen a myriad of changes in the Kershaw County public schools since she first began teaching during World War II. And while she sees many of those changes as negative ones, Mrs. DuVal predicts a bright future for the county’s school system. What bothers her most about today’s school atmosphere is the lack of respect for teachers, both from students, parents and the public in general.

   Photo cutline -- Bethune’s Wildcats were honored last Saturday night at the conference 3-A football banquet with all-conference trophies, the conference runner-up trophy and Coach of the Year honors. Kneeling are Robert Johnson and Chris Brand. Standing are Coach Buster Brand, Ronnie Robinson, Joe Morrison, Alonzo Simon and Doby Gordon, who was named Coach of the Year.

   Photo cutline -- Ann Denton, incoming president of the Kershaw County Memorial Hospital Auxiliary, awards a 100-hour service pin to Mildred Hays for her work at the hospital. Auxiliary members are currently seeking hospital volunteer workers.

   Photo cutline -- Students Honored at Boylan-Haven-Mather Academy Stephanie Tate, Victor Crouch, Gloria Carey, Morris Armstrong, Stephen Medows and Willis McKenney.

 

 

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