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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - August 4, 1957, Florence, South CarolinaSunday morning August 4, 1957 the Florence morning news. Florence. S. C. Week s prices Inge Elbelt top Stmarks til tub asset Latke press during inc first week of Saits on the South Carolina and Borden North Carolina flue cured tobacco Stark Els average prices by grades higher than he two Eales 5flays of opening week in 1936. Quality of offerings showed Verj Little change reported the dept. Of agriculture. Volume was heavy opening Day but Light the rest of the week. Delivers to the flue cured stabilization Corpora lion were very Small when com pared with 1955 and 1956. Gross sales for the four Day week totalled pounds averaging per Hundred. This average was s6.30 above opening week the year before. For the two Day week last year pounds sold for an average of average for All grades were higher than the previous year. The ranged from to Hundred. Priming nondescript an flow and fair lugs uie greatest gains. Top Quality grades were up mostly to j4.00. Marketing this week were about the same As last year except a larger percentage of Leaf was offered Wilh a corresponding decrease in priming. Principal offerings were Low to Good priming fair and Good lugs nondescript and Low cutters. Most growers agree that the Quality will get better As the marketing season progresses. Receipts of the flue cured corporation under the govern ment loan program were Only Only around 5 percent of Gross sales. During the two Day week last year the corporation got 30 percent of sales. Gross sales and averages by Stael for pc Tang week this year and last year were As follows in Carolina sold pounds at an average of North Carolina pounds at an average of or a total combined of pounds averaging while in 1956 South Carolina sold pounds at an average of North Carolina at an average of or a combined Lotnel of pounds averaging Page Bye Bye Sis six year old Ruel Hicks tells Little sister a practice1 goodbye and Cousin Elizabeth Gaskin gets in a wave also in front of Briggs school. Florence City schools open sept. 4, and they Ore ail set to go. Ruell is a son of or. And mrs. Lyde Hicks and Elizageth is a daughter of or. And mrs. H. C. Gaskin. Morning news photo first year students eager to begin school experience Darlington Lake project hailed by chief special to the n Ewi Darlington aug. 3 dream come True was the description Given Darlington s newest Lake by chief of police j. Peele Privett in a talk to the Dar Lington lion s club. Privotte said late de for the Darlington police department its sponsor and Finan Cier was opened to the Public this summer and is attracting Large crowds. The 30-acre Lake for swimming boating and fishing is located in a 62-Acrc recreational area 12 Miles from Darlington just off the society Hill Highway. Chief Kivette said the Lake recreational area Are envisioned by the Darlington police As one of heir Best weapons against Juve Nile delinquency. The project is the latest in a series of youth activities the department has sponsored. It began in 1953 when the department sponsored a Queen for the Southern 500 race. Officials turn Over the track to the police without charge on saturday night preceding the race for an annual policeman s Ball and Beauty contest. Originally a Means of providing Early entertainment for labor Day crowds chief Privette said the police department used the profits derived from this Enterprise for the department s youth activities fund he said that without the co operation of the town the Rojee could succeeded. Mater Ial gifts and support Given by individual helped put it Over. H said that the eventual aim is to county wide recreation Al area. Chief Privette praised the recreational facilities of the town pointing to the Fine school a hurl and City recreational programs j. E. Welch new president 01 the club presided. The club voted to help the Loca Booster club in the Sale of sea son tickets to the Darlington foot Ball team s Home games. Touring red China Hong Kong aug. 3 s socialist Unity party Leader Einar Olgeirsson. Is touring red with his wife and children i piping radio reports. On the list of visitors expected next month Are three Union officials from Ghana the new african nation of the British comm wealth who Are coming to study the Structure of the red China Trade Union movement. 500 entrant Dottie Joye miss Kingstree will enter the miss Southern 500" Beauty contest on the night before labor Day. The current title Holder is Robin William son of Conway. Totals for lie season Market pounds a Covay Darlington Dillon Hemingway Kingstree .927.196 Lake City --------2.750.446 Lamar .338.622 Loris Mullins Pamplico Timmonsville totals Vorac 51.80 52.93 53.68 54.92 50.04 51.91 53.29 53.48 55.64 54.21 totals for frit mar Lent Conway Darlington Dillon Hemingway Kingstree Lake City Lamar Loris Mullins Pamplico Timmonsville total s. C. A pounds average .9-1.690 .61.298 .79.824 .501.172 .446.146 50.98 si.26 i 53.30 52.56 56.74 47.90 51.32 s2.u5 54.40 52.00 after a is Ruell gets stuck in the Middle of the alphabet but he will learn at school. Big conversion Moscow aug. 3 so Viet Union announces it is con voting former government minis try buildings into youth hospitals 2 boarding schools 3 Day schools Iii Camps for youngsters 43 kindergartens 400 summer houses and several Homes for the aged. Untied Leaf test Severn piles of ungraded untied tobacco appeared on the Kingstree Morakot Friday. Us a inspectors worked it botched and buyers would not bid on h. Left James Mcelveen Zion Farmer and Robert Bell King Itrat warehouseman look Over one of Thi film. Photo by Gordon by Dew James morning news staff writer eager Bright eyed first graders will crowd into Florence class rooms in less than a month. Most of them Clad in Brand new school clothes will want to get into the swing of school things the very first Day by counting up to Len reciting the alphabet at least to colouring and May to writing a word or two. At least that has been the experience of first Grade teacher mrs. Marian Standard summer Ford. She always gives them a taste of he things they expect school to be on the first Day. Including Homework so they will be just As scholarly As their older Brothers and Sisters. First Days of school Are never without humor and first graders contribute their share. Mrs. Sum Merford recalls one youngster who displayed a keen interest in the Workings of an Eraser. The class was seated in a Reading Circle As she wrote words on the Board asked the children to pronounce them then erased them. Finally the youngster asked what she had in her hand. When she told him an Eraser he said seriously. Drop it and see if the works will fall another Little girl she recalls i came Back to school Here still in the first Grade after being away three years. Getting assigned to her old classroom she looked the teacher Over and snid. Well you re still teaching the same old Grade pro school trips to such is the grocery Storc farms Nir polls and train stations help Chil Dren n great Deal in Reading read iness mrs. Summerford says. In their first books Al school they Sil Lily those things and if they have seen them for , they can More quickly establish a mental connection Between printed words and past she said. Another thing children should learn at Home Are the Basic concepts of truth honesty and polite Ness she sold. Last but not least " she add 1, 2, 3 every first grader should know How to count. Elizabeth does it with fingers. Their clothes on and keep them he said. First Grade teachers in particular have an important role in their Pupil s lives mrs. Summerford says. Play games with them Slop the fights Settle the arguments straighten their clothes and Doz ens of other Little things. Still locked up Ruell and Elizabeth give tin impatient tug on the door at Briggs school. How Long Befort they re going to open asks Elizabeth. Easy on easy off front Hook closing. Confidential strapless Bra by Jor fit for your favorite Low neck fashions Wear for fit s easy on easy off confidential strapless Bra. Back Clastic band is Low comfortable payt where you put it i re shaped cup gives extra Beauty to the slight figure extra support for the Fuller figure. Front closing has two adjustments for perfect fit. Wired under bust. A while embroidered Cotton and ill elastic. 32a to 38c. Ask for no. 391. 4 fashion Center where Quality is higher than Price 151 w. Evans Street Florence s. C. A tout Cost. He took the dare acted As a woman Pittsburgh aug. 3 us cite detectives Robert divan and a from Sytch were quite curious today when they saw a Man dressed in women s clothes walking along Stanwix Street. Man wore a tight hums White sweater printed skirt Black Ose and carried a woman s i a word. Children should ret plenty re knew was a of rust and a Good breakfast be lore ing. Going to school each morn by cause is dark Beard Shower through a heavy layer of face powder and lipstick. Mrs. Bill Graham also a first a officers Ollo cd the Grade Tencher with the cily school a store and him Pur. System Points out the importance ill ask Era. They Trail i him to of allowing children to go store he bought St i girdles and another Bra. The detectives finally stopped they be Unity to see thing an oppor they can Tell about Thorn. H teaches them sen ence she said. Him. He identified himself As George Duda 19, a machinist s Cip Prentice from Pittsburgh. Duda one of the things that few poo sold a Rind lard him to Mas Ile realize is How hard it is to As a woman and shop for Al. Mime children to talk luring Duda he first few weeks of or spend the first few in irks trying in Karl them to talk and the rest of school trying to teach them when to talk she said. Richard Maui urine assistant Dis Rich l superintendent iotes that pressing Sinim proves to he a problem for first graders. "om.1 f hit most important things Pur mils can to m h them is How to put presbyterian at Presby Loring life official Magazine of inc presbyterian Church in the . Has reached a circulation of a million. Editors said this was the subscription Tot in of any a Flichia Church a Burnul in Christian history. 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