Florence Morning News Newspaper Archives Aug 15 1955, Page 10

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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - August 15, 1955, Florence, South CarolinaPage 10 Florence morning news. Florence. 8. C. Monday Mon eng August 15, 1955 deaths and funerals mrs. Elizabeth Hill mrs. Elizabeth s. Hill 70, died at a local Hospital sunday morning after an illness of several weeks. Funeral services will be at . Monday from the Indian Branch methodist Church Eon dulled by the Rev. Friar and the Bev. Hatcher. Burial will be in the Church cemetery. Mrs. Hill was a life Long resident of Darlington county. Surviving Are one son John Hobert Hill of Darlington four daughters. Mrs. J. C. Odom mrs. Knotts both of Darlington. Mrs. R. D. Taylor of Florence and mrs. Edward Ham of Charlotte n. C. Four Brothers. Henry Suggs Zaleb Suggs. Boyd Suggs and Sam Sis. All of Darlington three Sis ters. Mrs. Ella Thomas Shumack 01 Florence mrs. Andrew Flowers and mrs. Cassic Odom both of Dar Lington 11 grandchildren and three great grandchildren. The body win remain at the Home until the hour of the services. Kistler funeral Home is in charge. Samuel Burns Thomas Marion aug. 14 Samuel Burns Thomas 73. Died Early this morning at a local Hospital after an extended illness. Funeral services will be at 4 p. M. Monday from the Home in Hains conducted by the Rev. R. 0. Milliard. Burial will be in the Reedy Creek cemetery. Survivors include his widow mrs. Ruth Sineath Thomas a daughter jars. Edwin Dozier free sons Webb Tyson Anc Bristow Thomas All of Hains Ane 17 grandchildren. Shiue in theh Tri Tonitte and Mon. It s Young. Fps Happy last showing tonight Hehiy rat Mona Keiwan Hancy Olsow James Raybion to Hohf Dimit Malow Anne Francis plus cartoon the great Mountain l wars unleash their storm of violence Lex Barker mar Corday Stephen Mcnally to evoke cartoon news sports shows today now playing colonial cooled by air conditioning a of tout Tobias clash to t cartoon news sports today Carolina cooled by air conditioning Earnest Hyman Earnest Columbus Hyin in 65, Farmer of a Louth 2, Pamplico died Early sunday at Liis residence after Nii in declining health for sever Al years. Funeral services will be yield Al . Monday from mount Zion Lia Tisl Church near Pamplico con ducted by the , the Hev. C. 0. Clark. Burial will be in the Church cemetery. Active pallbearers will be John Henry Alford it. L. Pos Lon Kohrt Bailey Richard Poston Kelder Poston and Charlton pos Lon. Or. Hyman was born feb. 14, ill join Florence county a son of the late George Washington and Carrie Hutchinson Hyman. He was a member of mount Zion Baptist Church near Pamplico. Surviving Are his widow. Mrs. Essel Darcus Poston Hyman of Pamplico two sons Karl Ilamai and Aaron Llama ii. Both of i Ain two daughters. Winnifre ily Nuin and Rosa Lee a Leinan Boll of Pamplico three Sisters. Mrs k. P. Alford of Andrews. Mrs. ,1 m. Bailey of Florence and miss May Hyman of Columbia Iii aunt mrs. Verali Lundy of Flor ence and three grandchild i the body will remain at the Stoudemire funeral Home uni time to be alien to the Church where it will remain from 4 monday until the hour of service. New buildings ready by fall the University of South car Olina will Complete a four million Dollar building program in time for the beginning of the 1955 full term or. W. Ii. Patterson Dean of administration said today. Structures recently completed or hearing completion include a stud ent Union men s Dormi tory business administration building women s dormitory renovations to old dormitories and engineering classrooms and offices the men s dormitory will House local chapters of National social fraternities. The women s Dormi tory will he exclusive for first year students. Unemployment decreases in i South Carolina improved business conditions for the past 12 months lessened unemployment insurance benefits in South Carolina by More than the South Carolina employment Security commission has announced Fiene fils amounting to were paid to eligible workers during the 12-month period ending june 30. According to figures compiled by Ilsc unemployment compensation division of the employment Security commission benefits were paid for a total of weeks of i unemployment. This compares with the benefits paid the previous Fis Cal year for 749.779 weeks of unemployment a decrease of approximately work weeks. The average weekly Benefit pay ment for both years was the average weekly number of unemployed workers receiving Benej Carolina is the substantial Drof a fit checks during the it Benefit payment of year was a reduction of 1.234 from the corresponding period the previous year. A further indication of the in during the latter part of the 1955 fiscal year. Payments in March 1955, were the payments proving economic situation in South dropped to in june. Mks. Okdan funeral services for mrs. East i Jordan of Florence will be at . Tuesday from Cumberland methodist Church. The Liev. .1. W. Curry will officiate. Burial will be in the Union cemetery with Smith funeral Home in charge. Pee Dee weather facts Nfn from the United slates weather Bureau in Florence Foi he 24-hour period ending lust temperature highest do year ago flit lowest 73 year ago Tiv Alean 12 year Tif a. M. 79 p. M. 79 Plain year Ngo 0 total this month deviation from Vonnal minus .48 Tola this year deviation from Normal minus fi.3f Sunrise . Sunset . Myrtle head tides fifth . . My . Washington. Aug. M role or Urt ii rep in Lul k nipcnihiri1 Anil rainfall in Hie 2-1 Iii uru Omli d at 7 ., for h. I. It. Kiwi ii m r.7 or. Alpona w Lis i. Hin k in inn Rollo till Fil Sia Iii h. L. To Attu will m tin i aut k s i Alhi Iii m Lorils Vullo m at City i Memphis 80 Llor Honni i la my Liliu a fifi pal 71 Mai Iii i i 111 1ui cling Latte 113 72 Ami Milr 12 71 it Iii to mall Iny Mil 117 ii7 Multi ill 117 70 in incl Mill ill till n Drums nil 7j Cli pc liitle 72 us new 111 .31 Binn he Bintlif

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