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Yesteryear -- March 16, 2011

Posted: March 15, 2011 12:00 p.m.
Updated: March 16, 2011 5:00 a.m.

37 YEARS AGO -- March 13-18, 1974

 

Photo cutline -- Easy as Pie -- Camden High School junior Jerry Brown smiles as Mrs. Marie Boyle pricks his skin in order to get a drop of blood for a hemologlobin test. Jerry was one of 103 persons who donated blood yesterday when the Red Cross bloodmobile visited Camden High School. The local Red Cross Chapter called the visit “extremely successful.”

Photo cutline -- “The Music Man” -- Shown during a recent rehearsal are Cissy Bryan (Amaryllis), Mary Parken (Mrs. Paroo), Robert Wilhite (Winthrop), and Barbara James (Marian, the Librarian).

Photo cutline -- Helped Paint Center -- These 4-H members assisted with painting at the Kershaw County Activity Center: sitting Lynita Thompson, Sandra Snelgrove, Steve McLaughlin, Adele McLaughlin; standing, Catharene Truesdale, Etta Ruth Bracey and Gwendolyn Thompson.

Photo cutline -- Trophies -- Cadet Lt. Danny Taylor and Cadet Major Alphonso Hubbard hold the trophies won by Lt. Taylor and the Spinning Rifles Drill Team in the Tiger Drill Meet at Clemson University last week.

Photo cutline -- Too Late -- Right fielder Tony Alexander crosses over first base too late for a base hit. Alexander opened the game up for Camden in the bottom of the fourth inning with a base hit leading to a three run inning. Camden defeated Bishopville, 4-1. The Bulldogs will play Turbeville today at 4:00 at the Legion field.

Photo cutline -- Camden Pitcher Derick Taylor is pitching for the Bulldogs Monday against Bishopville.

Photo cutline -- Have a Cup of Coffee? -- Mrs. Claude Campbell of Elgin enjoys making luscious desserts which are just the thing to accompany a steaming hot cup of coffee. You’ll enjoy using Patsy’s recipes, several of which are originals.

Photo cutline -- Returning a Serve -- Clifford Gottlieb, Camden’s number two man on the tennis team, is shown here returning a serve by his Keenan opponent yesterday at the Rectory Square Courts. Gottlieb won the match, 6-0 and 6-2, and the Camden team defeated Keenan, 7-2. Their next match will be against Spring Valley Thursday.

Photo cutline -- Receives Service Award -- John D. Marshall, Sr. of Camden was honored at South Carolina State College 78th Founders’ Day for his contributions to education and community service. Dr. M. Maceo Nance, Jr., president of the college presents plaque to Marshall, a 1929 alumnus of the institution.

Photo cutline -- Barbershop Quartet  -- Irving Ellis, Eric Brown, Dean Jordan, Dick Wilhite checking out the score for “The Music Man” in which they’ll sing several numbers as the barbershop quartet.

Photo cutline -- Agriculture Building renamed at BDK -- Members of the Talley family are shown with the bronze plaque which was dedicated and placed as the Baron DeKalb High School Agriculture Building was re-named The J. L. Talley Education Building recently. Mr. Talley was Vocational Agriculture teacher at Baron DeKalb for over 22 years. Shown are Mrs. Jim (Andrea) Davis of Rock Hill, Mrs. Talley, Jimmy Talley, Mr. Davis and F. L. Chastain of Camden, uncle of the late Mr. Talley.

Photo cutline -- Camden High Track Team members are Charles Thomas, John Edward, Mike Burns, Ricky Nelson, Vic Dabney, Thomas Clark, Willie Peters, Billy Calvin, David Outen, John Thompson, and Dewayne Chivers. In the back row, Assistant coach Ed Bowling, trainer Terry Anderson, Scott Rabon, Ron Ray, Lawrence Jones, Anthony Wilson, John Culler, Bryon Dorman, Mike Ogburn, Joe Harrison, Amos Murphy, Richard McMannis, Woody Thompson, Tom Thrope, Frederick Jones, Bobby Tention, and head coach Henry Stradford.

 

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