Photo cutline -- Washington Intern -- U.S. Rep. John Spratt stands with Elizabeth Marshall, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Marshall. Miss Marshall was one of eight students selected for internships in Spratt's Washington office this summer. While there, she researched legislative issues, assisted with constituent correspondence and attended hearings and seminars.
Photo cutline – Transportation provided by the Santee Wateree Regional Transportation Authority is one thing which may be reduced because of cuts in federal funds for social services. Pearl W. Branham, Lillian Bradley, Louise Jameson and Marih Martin prepare to board a van at the Kershaw County Council on Aging office as Bessie Carlos, a COA volunteer, and Alice Williams, the bus driver, assist them. The women live in Lugoff and Elgin and come ...
Photo cutline -- Beachcomber's Find -- Kay Larrabee displays a dreamed about but seldom found letter found in a bottle on the South Carolina shore. The letter written in Cuban Spanish was translated by Kay's Spanish teach, Mrs. Mary King, and Maria Nicola, native of Ecuador and a Spanish teacher at Camden High.
Photo cutline -- Mary Jones, principal of Lugoff Elementary School, and Mrs. Richard Riley, the First Lady of South Carolina, talk with children at the school during Mrs. Riley's visit to Kershaw County Tuesday. She was here only a few hours before returning to Columbia.
Photo cutline -- Lugoff Elementary School teachers Fran DiBiase and Carol Stokes and kindergarteners Michael Lewis, Brittany Hudon, Terrence Ruff and Jill Loury feel the texture of a dried rattlesnake skin that Mrs. Stokes skinned herself.
Photo cutline -- Tornado Damage -- Linsey Garner shows The Chronicle's photographer the top of a medium-size pine tree which was wrenched off by a small tornado in the Antioch section late Monday afternoon. Many other trees were felled by the high, twisting winds.
Photo cutline -- Work on the new Lugoff Elementary School is progressing on schedule. The new school, which is expected to be around January 1, 1967, will cost in the neighborhood of $442,695 and will have 20 classrooms. The school is located on S.C. Highway 34, near the entrance to Drakeford Park. The new school will accommodate 300 students.
29 YEARS AGO
Photo cutline -- Pointing Out The Dangers -- Sam Cheatham from the Clemson Extension Service looks over a fire ant mound in a residential district in Camden. Fire Ants are often aggravating pests, distinguished by their nasty bite, their large, crusty mounds and quick, aggressive behavior.
Photo cutline -- Lugoff-Elgin High School Principal Willie Mickle and Lugoff-Elgin Middle School Principal Larry Patrick check out their inner tubes in preparation for the ninth annual Wateree River Rat Regatta Saturday.
Photo cutline-- 1976 Rifle Team Wins -- The Kershaw County 4-H Rifle Club team won state competition last week at State 4-H Conference, having the four high individual scores in the state. Members and leaders for the team are leader Stuart Smith, members Alan Burgess, Steve McIntosh, Steve Jernigan, Marshall Reu, and leader Peggy Jernigan.
Photo cutline -- Postmaster sworn in -- David Caulder, recently selected as Camden's Postmaster replacing Dan McCaskill, was sworn into office Thursday afternoon on the front steps of the Camden Post Office. Charles James, sectional center manager, and Columbia Postmaster, administered the oath.
Photo cutline -- Giovanni Chiapparo, one of the coaches of the Club Polisportiva Ranger basketball team from Varese, Italy, gives an introductory talk to a gathering of Kershaw County residents at a reception for the team on Thursday night. Kershaw County resident Frank D'Alessio joined Chiapparo at the podium and served as his interpreter for the occasion.
Photo cutline -- Austin Sheheen, chairman of the Kershaw County Council, addressed the issue of trash dumpsters in the Elgin area. Sheheen asked Jim Burgess, county administrator, about the problem.
Photo cutline -- Conducting Flag Sale -- The members of Wateree Chapter, Children of the American Revolution, are currently conducting a flag sale in Camden, using as their motto, "Buy A Flag For The Fourth." Shown here are Mrs. C. L. Miller, regent, Hobkirk Hill Chapter of the DAR; Jamie Ann Stuart and Vickie Pitts, members of the CAR, and Frank Rector, president of the Chamber of Commerce, which, along with ...
High school girl's data on Battle of Camden to be used for class study
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