As reported 49 years ago in the pages of The Columbia News, Thursday, Dec. 18, 1958:
John Pierce Blanchard, president of the Little River Wildlife Federation, has offered to pay $200 to anyone with information leading to the conviction of a party killing a deer in the federation's district. He also offered to pay $50 for the same type information for a party killing a wild turkey.
Harlem Bulldogs defeat Aquinas
Harlem's Bulldogs played a rugged defensive second half to overcome a 24-19 halftime deficit and defeated Aquinas 48-43 at home.
The victory was the Bulldogs' eighth in nine starts, while the visiting Shamrocks absorbed their first defeat after a victory over North Augusta.
Evelyn Anderson presented her pupils in a Christmas voice and piano recital at the Appling Grammar School Tuesday.
Included in the program were Diane Eubank, Carol Knox, Brett McGuire, Bobby Tankersley, Susan Eubank, Alice Ann Smith, Byron McGuire, Lenore Blanchard, Elaine Tankersley, Jackie Dempsey, Linda and Patricia Wilson, Whit Blanchard, Jackie Gales, Vickie Crawford, Kay Bennett, Leon Martinovich, Linda Shaw, Andrea Anderson, Janice Davis, Leonard Blanchard, Elaine Morris, Sherry Bennett and Linda Shaw.
- U.S. Army Specialist Fred W. Mitchell Jr., 19, whose parents live in Grovetown, is enroute to Germany with the 82nd Airborne Division's 504th Infantry.
Mitchell, a fire-team leader in the infantry Company B, entered the Army in September 1957 and completed basic training at Fort Gordon.
- Gunner's Mate Third Class L.R. Whitaker, son of Mr. and Mrs. M.J. Whitaker of Harlem, is serving aboard the destroyer U.S.S. Douglas H. Fox, out of Norfolk, Va.
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