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Yesteryear -- March 30, 2011

Posted: March 29, 2011 2:57 p.m.
Updated: March 30, 2011 5:00 a.m.

46 YEARS AGO -- March 29-31, 1965


   Photo cutline -- This was the scene Saturday when the Carolina Cup was presented by Governor Donald Russell. Shown are Jockey Joe Aitcheson, Jr., Mrs. Edward Houghton, Governor Russell, Trainer Ronnie Houghton, and Edward Houghton.

   Photo cutline -- Toastmasters’ Ceremony -- Camden Toastmasters’ President Lewis Latimer, presents past president pins to E. A. Edwards and W. L. Staub of Bethune. The presentation ceremony was conducted at a recent meeting of the club.

   Photo cutline -- Miss Zemp Cited -- The board of directors of the Camden Bulldog Club honored Miss Etta Zemp last Thursday night for her many years of boosting CHS athletics. Shown here accepting the large framed resolution for Miss Zemp is W. Robin Zemp, Jr. Jack Halsall makes the presentation.

   Photo cutline -- Dr. West Honored -- Jack Halsall presents Dr. Carl West with a large framed resolution making him an honorary life member of the Bulldog Club’s board of directors. Dr. West was cited for his contributions to Camden athletic teams.

   Photo cutline -- Play Scene -- Buddy Clark, Dick Parlier and Mary Clark go through one of the scenes in “Dial M For Murder,” which opens a three-night run tomorrow evening at the Grace Episcopal Church Parish House.

   Photo cutline – “Best Club” Trophy -- Camden Sertoma Club President J. B. Cantey holds the trophy the local Sertoma Club was awarded after having been judged the best in the South Atlantic Region for the fiscal year, 1964-65. The honor is bestowed on the basis of overall club performance during the year.

   Photo cutline -- Championship Team -- DuBose Insurance team emerged as the champion men’s team in the recent men’s tournament. Team members are John Rowland, Dee Singleton, Ed Satko and Scott Johnson. Missing when picture was made was Charles Boan.

   Photo cutline -- Mr. and Mrs. Howard F. Speaks are shown here at the Carolina Cup races on Saturday with guests, Mr. and Mrs. Mel Haywood and daughter of Charlotte, N. C. The Speaks had only just returned from an extensive motor trip which included such glamorous places as the Mardi Gras in New Orleans where they witnessed the Camden High School Marching Band in the parades, a stopover in El Paso and into Mexico before returning home via Las Vegas.

   Photo cutline – A congenial party of friends are shown here at al fresco luncheon on Saturday at the Carolina Cup races at Springdale course. George Pitt Lachicotte, Jr., of Lugoff Farm, Lugoff, Mrs. L.L. Bridges, Mrs. George Pitt Lachicotte, of Lugoff, Mrs. Clyde I. Williams and Mrs. L. H. Hardy.

   Photo cutline -- CHS cheerleaders entertained the 600 members and guests at the annual Bulldog Banquet here March 25 in a skit that “brought down the house.” They were assisted humorously by the CHS Bulldog in his unique and new bulldog costume, made by the Tic Tac Manufacturing Co., and donated to CHS for future use. Cheerleaders are Lynn Logan, Nancy Stogner, Bonnie Nowlen, Kay Larabee in rocking chair, Diana Elliott, Sue Stogner and Nancy Elliott. The eighth cheerleader, Terry Twing, is the Bulldog.

   Photo cutline -- Science Fair Winners -- The Pine Tree Hill School held its annual Science Fair last week with much interest being shown. Winners of the first four places in the fair were Debbie Tybee, first place, “Water Purification”; Hugh Brown, second place, “Astronomy”; Tommy Dallas, third place, “Making Musical Sounds”; and James Auterio, fourth place, the “Parts of a Cow’s Eye.” School Principal Vernon Williams stands with the winners.




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