35 YEARS AGO -- Jan. 2-7, 1976
39 YEARS AGO -- Dec. 27-31, 1971
Photo cutline -- West cited by West Germany -- Knight Commander of the Order of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany was conferred upon former Governor John C. West last night by Consul General Dr. Ernst Ingendaay of West Germany. The award was presented "in recognition of your valuable contribution to the strengthening of friendly relations between the Federal Republic of Germany and the U.S.A." Dr. Ingendaay declared that, during the West administration, South Carolina "was opened for our country as a preferred investment ground."
29 YEARS AGO -- Dec. 14-18, 1981
20 YEARS AGO -- Dec. 5-10, 1990
31 YEARS AGO -- Nov. 28, 1979
24 YEARS AGO -- Nov. 21-26, 1986
35 YEARS AGO -- Nov. 14-19, 1975
37 YEARS AGO -- Nov. 7-12, 1973
27 YEARS AGO -- Oct. 31-Nov. 4, 1983
39 YEARS AGO -- Oct. 25-29, 1971
22 YEARS AGO -- Oct. 17-21, 1988
25 YEARS AGO -- Oct. 11-16, 1985
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 -- Wilson Mills of Camden laughs with Johnny Crowell, one of aviation's great early pioneers, during a luncheon Saturday at the Holiday Inn. Crowell was here for a meeting of the OX-5 Pioneers, a group made up primarily of men who were active in the early days of aviation. Crowell, 85, presented Mills with a plaque "in recognition of his outstanding achievements in advancing aviation and for his assistance and friendship for half a century."
Baron DeKalb, North Central JROTC recognized in national publication
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