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43 Years Ago - Oct. 4-9, 1967

Posted: October 5, 2010 3:19 p.m.
Updated: October 6, 2010 5:00 a.m.

Photo cutline -- Legion’s DSA Recipients -- Mrs. Marion DuPont Scott and Richard W. Lloyd were awarded the local American Legion’s Distinguished Service Award for 1966-67 and 1967-68, respectively, in ceremonies at the Post 17 home Monday evening. Pictured are Raymond Woolfe, who accepted for Mrs. Scott; Legion Commander Grainger Kornegay; Henry Savage, who make the presentations; and Mr. Lloyd.

Photo cutline -- Cancer Contribution -- J. Ernest Ross Assembly, Order of the Rainbow Girls made a cash contribution to the Kershaw County Cancer Society yesterday. The cash represented the proceeds from a project by the girls last summer. Taking part in the check presentation were Pam Jones, Worthy Associate Advisor; Price Baker, president of the Cancer Society; Mary Ann White, Past Worthy Advisor; and Ginnie Lee Hodges, Worthy Advisor.

Photo cutline -- New Belk’s Store -- Here’s Architect Henry Boykin’s drawing of the new Belk’s Department Store, currently under construction at the corner of Walnut and Broad Streets. The total square footage of the store was recently enlarged from 30,000 to 50,000 when a decision was made to add an additional section on the east side of the building. The contract calls for completion of the building in early Spring 1968.

Photo cutline – S.C. Seniors Champ – Camden’s Steve Duda accepts the 1967 South Carolina Open Seniors Championship trophy from Bobby Howard, immediate past president of the South Carolina Golf Association. Mr. Duda, professional at the Camden Country Club, won the title at Spartanburg week before last.

Photo cutline – Charter Members – of the Camden Toastmasters’ Club are Charles Lynch and Bob Coffee, Bob Bettis, Mel Griffin, Frank Mendels and Jack Sanders.

Photo cutline – New Camden Junior Welfare League Members – are here at Monday’s dinner meeting at the Elizabeth Thomas Restaurant. They are Mrs. Dan C. Sloan, Mrs. Sam Bright, Miss Johnnie Carol Spears, Mrs. C.C. Canada, Mrs. Fred R. Sheheen, Mrs. John W. Rabb and Mrs. David W. Smith, Jr.

Photo cutline – Bulldogs Roll On – Camden Bulldogs continued undefeated Friday night with a surprisingly easy 34-0 victory over Lancaster’s Blue Hurricanes. Camden’s hard-running fullback, Leroy Thomas, is shown (No. 31) blasting over from the two yard line for the ‘Dogs’ first touchdown. Other identifiable Bulldogs are Charlie Hampton (24), James DeBruhl (10), Bill Boyte (74), Tommy Rhodes (70), and Phil Hudson (81).

Photo cutline – Making Final Campaign Plans – The 1967 United Fund campaign for Kershaw County will officially begin tomorrow. Leaders will make final preparations at a kick-off breakfast at Hotel Sarsfield Tuesday morning. Picture here are this year’s Campaign Chairman Eugene Scarborough and United Fund Secretary Mrs. V. U. Sutphin.

Photo cutline – Celebrating 56th Anniversary – The staff and management of Newberry’s of Camden are celebrating the store chain’s 56th year of operation this week. Pictured here in colonial dress are Judy Hilton, Henrietta Taylor, Johnnie Baker, Ellen Lee, Mary Brown, Rosalie Robinson, Edna Weathers and store manager W. E. Litaker.

Photo cutline – Shown – Mrs. Virginia R. Stogner, instructor at the School of Practical Nursing at the Kershaw County Memorial Hospital, Mrs. Jeannette Morrison a recipient of a scholarship; Miss Jean Kelly, recipient; Miss Betty Wood, recipient, and Mrs. Paul A. Wood, chairman of the scholarship committee of the Women’s Hospital Auxiliary of Kershaw County, donors of the scholarships.

   Photo cutline – Long Punt Return – Halfback Charlie Hampton (24) is shown returning a Lancaster punt 43 yards to give the Bulldogs good field position. Other Bulldogs in the picture are DeBruhl (10), Doug Jaenicke (60), and Phil Hudson (81).


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