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Yesteryear - Jan. 26, 2016

27 YEARS AGO - Jan. 25-29, 1989

Posted: January 25, 2016 2:47 p.m.
Updated: January 26, 2016 1:00 a.m.

Six students representing Gloria Kenney’s class at Bethune High School competed recently in the 1988 Kershaw Conservation Speaking Contest. This year’s topic was  “Why Forest Conservation is Important.”

The students, Tony LeForte, Tammy Sweetenburg, Heather Baker, Shannon McPherson, Stephanie Gardner, and Kim Joyner spoke on a variety of area and national forestry concerns, along with forestry’s relationship to man and the environment. 

Miss Gardner was the first place winner. She is a tenth grader at Bethune High School and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Gardner of Bethune.

The second place winner was Heather Baker, a tenth grader at Bethune High School. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Baker of Bethune.


Photo caption: The Greenleaf Inn now includes William’s Cuisine, a French restaurant owned by a former chef of governors Richard Riley and Carroll Campbell. With the introduction of the restaurant, owner Alice Boykin said she plans to target more industrial clients with the bed-and -breakfast hospitality.


Photo caption: The Midway Elementary School students for the month of October have been announced. They are Vickie Threatt, Karla Eldreth, Sean Industrious, Kristy Baskins, Brandon Stokes, April Steen, Ashley Threatt, Darrell Hardin, Aisha Gripper, Benita Clyburn, and Matt Watford.


Photo caption: Officers for the Camden Shrine Club recently elected are Mike Shaw, recording secretary; Marion Morgan, vice president; Bill Montgomery, president; Bob Moody, assistant treasurer; Marvin Smith, recording secretary; Bob Stamm, treasurer; and directors Steve Team, Connie Catoe, and Ted Watkins. Officers for the Camden Shrine Club Women’s Auxiliary are Dianne Shaw, secretary; Kathleen Thomas, vice president; Betty Hammack, president; Debbie Horton, treasurer; Jackie Johnson, recording secretary; and directors Polly Cook, Mary Whitehouse, Frankie Morgan, Toots Montgomery, Frances Smith and Eleanor Hall.


Photo caption: Camden High School JROTC cadet Robert Byars was presented a certificate of recognition by the chairman of the Kershaw County Board of School Trustees – and his father – Bill Byars during the Dec. 6 school board meeting. Cadet Byars won first place in the individual fancy competition with arms at the arms at the Morganton, N.C. drill meet. All members of the Camden High Spinning Rifles drill team received recognition for their achievements at the drill meet.


Photo caption: Lauren Tucker, an eighth grader at Camden Middle School and Carl Hammond, a fifth grader at Lugoff Elementary School, receive congratulations from Lt. Gov. Nick Theodore as the Kershaw County winners in the Lieutenant Governor’s Writing Awards Program, which honors excellence in competition.


Miss Gold and Black Pageants contestants this year included Kim Mickle, Staci Speaks, Ann Clifford, Stephany Smith,  Karen Hayes, Jennifer Robinson, Melissa Geddings, Heather West, Stacey Thomas, Traci Taylor, Stephanie Eisenback, LaMonica Lee, Angie West, Lea Thompson, Jennifer Cook, Gretchen Adamson, Jennifer Trapp, April Carraway, Sandy Street, Christa Higgenbotham, Brenda Boykin, Beth Shaw, Wanda Hoopengardner, Rena Lyles, Angie Ammons, Elizabeth Small, Debbie Johnson, Oliver Traywick, Jennifer Robertson, Jennifer Rivers, and Monarsha Greene.


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