There’s no time like summertime for dining on that great American classic — the hamburger. Whether fried, grilled or broiled, the hamburger is certainly one of the most popular foods served at home or in restaurants, from fast food to a white tablecloth.
A native of Camden, Bibs married Henley Hurt the summer after she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in history from Converse College. They lived in Charleston and Denver before moving to Columbia in 1970.
Everyone has a favorite, maybe two. For cat food or sugar, birthday cake or caviar, a lot of time is spent at the grocery store. Some go every day, while others make a list on Sunday and knock out the grocery trip once a week.
June calls for hot days and cool, breezy nights. Whether trying to shade your face from the negative effects of the sunshine or simply wanting to make a fashion statement, hats are a definite early summer staple.
Most people fear any late night phone calls that might bear tragic news or a doctor’s unexpected diagnosis. The statement, “Your daughter has Sanfilippo Syndrome,” instantly and traumatically altered one Columbia family’s existence.