As reported 39 years ago in the pages of The Columbia News, Thursday, August 22, 1968:
New Harlem principal named
Hilton E. Davidson has been appointed principal of Harlem High School by the Columbia county Board of Education. Davidson is replacing former Principal Eugene Lail beginning this school year.
Davidson graduated from the University of Georgia with a Bachelor of Science and a master's degree in education. A native of Laurens County, he resides in Harlem with his wife and two children.
Andrews earns Army medal
Sgt. 1st Class Emmett Andrews, son of Mr. and Mrs. James T. Andrews, received the Army Commendation Medal on July 19 while serving with the U.S. Army Headquarters Area Command near Saigon, Vietnam.
Andrews earned the award for meritorious service during his last assignment with Commissary Section, Tanus District, U.S. Army communications Zone, Europe.
Andrews has been on active duty since February 1948, and his wife Carolyn lives in Evans.
Sunbeam week observed at church
Sunbeam Focus Week was observed at Evans Baptist Church last week. To highlight the week, a sunbeam Day Camp was held Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Jimmy Partridge.
Sunbeams present included: Harry and Andrew Hennis, Mills Polatty, Bruce Gray, Wade and Sandy Partridge, Kyle Edumunds; Emory Timmy and Judy Holloway; Tammy and David Partridge, Janet and Alan Harrison, Joey and Alan Butler, Susan and Alice Wheatley, and Derrick Partridge.
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