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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - August 25, 1955, Florence, South CarolinaThursday morning August 25, 1955 the Florence morning news final Market reports page11-b financial new York aug. 24 we sales on lie Slock Market emerged above he two million Mark today and prices were up for the second Slraight session. The volume of share was the Best since aug. 9 and the trading was most Active while gains were being made. As some of the Best gains were Cotton new York aug. 24 a Coupon futures closed 40 cents a Bale lower to 90 cents higher today. The Market was fairly Active an mixed. The 1955 crop trading month experienced moderate pressure o hedging and liquidation. The favourable crop Outlook and slow Export sales encouraged some of the diced later in the Day trading fell i Selling. Off a pattern that Market Trade buying and profession trs feel is All to the Good. J Short covering held nearby oct the associated press average of 60 stocks edged up 40 cents to the industrials Rose rails were Down 40 cents and utilities were unchanged. Once again most of the advances entered around the Blue chips. The Market was Only slightly broader than yesterday. Of her steady. Commission House buying Pushe up Distant future deliveries. The demand was based partly on pric considerations and the fact tha some spot House buying develop in those positions this week. The . Reported for the ended aug. 19 there were Bales of 1955 crop ration issues traded there were g01 loan with the net Stock Vances and 329 declines. Therej4.g40 Bales. To approximately the were 42 new highs and 8 new lows same Dale a year ago Bale favourable dividend news gave a lift to some stocks. Dow chemical gained a Point at on news of a Stock dividend. Curtiss Wright was up at on a higher dividend and Murray corp. Was up 1% at on a yearned extra. A steels were the strongest major group. Gainers included Bethle hem Republic and Youngstown Sheet tube. Rails which have played a Lead ing role in recent sessions were on the ragged Side today. Losers included Santa be new York Cen trial and Southern Pacific. Among the gainers were Chesapeake Ohio Pennsylvania and Baltimore Ohio. On the american Stock Exchange prices were irregular. Sales totalled shares com pared with yesterday. Jade re corp 9vg to psf inc 23 a cliem5.-n.ve Ift Lorillard p Allisch Jas 72 loons to s 26 t r am can a Mont Ward am Tii Nat Bis a t hrs Nal Cash Reg am Tob v4th Nat Dairy Anaconda cop 773i Nat disc 80 Nat Linen 4fi by ont no am Avra if no Pac Olizi Al Atli Safe Owens c fib 4bvt Faram pict j c 65 Penn air 43 Pepsi cola 207 h Phillips pet 17h Pitt proct 63 3fims 48 us if co acl All ref Avo mfg id win l r 0 Bendix Avia Boerup Airl Burden co Boi a warn Bield co Burl Indus Bur add Mph 29 Camph soup 3fl pull Man i Cannon Mills 5-la i up Oil car p l 2sh radio corp Caw j i if no by pics Bros Ca Terpil trac 51u St cola nose corp Reynolds r Dies t o -54 Seal Al or Chrysler corp Sears Root coca cola Simmons co come credit 22 of vac comi Sylv Sou car Eig cons Edis Southern co cont can vhf i Sou Nat Gas Corn prod 28ti son Pac Cruc Btl 4fl7h san by Curt Wright 53 d std brands Curt Wright a .15 std Oil Cal Doug Rah std Oil Dow chem 53 i Slivens .1 p Dupont 225 Stewart War East Airl Solh swat i in Eastman Kod 7fl % Tex co Erie or 231.4 Tox Torii corp 681-i 76 40 24 of the 1954 crop had entered the loan. Additional statistics showed for the latest week there were 3, 719 Bales of the 1954 crop Cotton withdrawn from the loan leaving a net loan Stock of that crop o Bales. Belated reports showed a Furth i 4.901 Bales of he 1953 crop drawn by producers leaving a be Slock of that crop already Takei Over by the ., of futures closed 40 cents a Bale lower t 90 cents higher than the previous close open High univ close n c .33.82 33.84 33.78 3384 .33.76 3.3.78 33.72 3375 .33.45 113.47 .3342 3342 .33.50 .13.53 33.47 33.47 .32.79 33.09 32.79 32.98 .32.411 32.61 32.45 32.58 32.42 .32.55 32.42 32.50 oct. Ilee. Meh. May . Oct. Dec. Middling spot 34.55n up 5. New Orleans aug. 24 api mos months advanced in Cotton futures Here today on Trade buying and Short covering closing prices were steady 85 cents a Bale higher to five cents lower. Open High Low close .33.79 33.82 3.1.78 33.bib .3.1.74 3.1.79 33.74 33.75b 1 .33.62 33.fifi 33.60 33.61 b 1 .3.1.48 33.51 3.1.48 33.4711 32.83 32.90 32.83 -.32.4.1 32.60 32.45 32.53 .32.50 32.50 32.48 32.47b 413 oct. Dec. Much. May july. Oct. New Orleans aug. V cot ton closed steady 25 rents a Bale higher sales Low middling 30.10 middling 33.60 Good middling 34.00 receipts 10.966 Slock new Orleans. Ans. 24 average Price of middling 15-16 Inch spot Cotlon at 10 designated Southern sport markets today was 20 cents a Bale High it 33.71 cents a Pound previous cel ago 33.74 Inonu i ago i ear ago 34.07. Average for the past 30 Market clays 33.61 middling Inell aver Ige 31.46. The 15-16 Inch average at 14 Southern markets was 33.59 to Inch aver age 31.31. Sales Firestone rub teem Florida pm i n Carbide Fruch tra 42 in Pac Itig Gen Bali co to d unit airline 4 w can elec 51 4 unit air 77 4 Gen foods jj2v41 not corp on Mot 12h Furuli 5fi Glidden co unit Gas Imp 38 Goodrich rub 68 us rubber Goodyear Hub 57% us spa Grey bus 16 us steel 53t a Gulf 38 i us Tob 19 .2 Gulf Oil univ loaf Tob pm int Harv Vanda corp int min Foch Vick chem 3nt paper a car chem 42 int t is t 2ihi Warner Pirt Johns Man 84 Wesson 39 Ken Necota cop i stun Kresge is 29 West Al lib me lib i5h it Mel m 67-Lj White sew m Jeph Lockheed a 45 Wool f w Stock averages compiled by the Asso Ratcil i Russ new York aug. 24 in he Cotton textile Market was spattered Xian. Additional types of fabrics moved Hillier in the Wake of wage boosts Ivi Tifi u wok Caoili. Lii Iii Tantri pocketing Wool goods Mill men awaited the open my of Sprinc Jinks by clothing Urcis. Which is expert pit to Supply the Timu Liis for hip re Orrt Craik of cloth. Further a herbs in the Industry indicated 37 i deliveries of fabrics Anil yarns May be 5iu delayed As much As two weeks at some new Enki Liml plants which were seriously affected by recent floods. Fox 28 be Rayon goods converters bought Only fill in lots of finn int and spun Rayon fabrics. Mill my looked or an improvement in the Market after labor Day. Net phage wednesday Prev. Day week ago month ago year Nso 3955 High 3955 Low 1954 High 3954 Low 30 15 ind rails 4nl.2 242.1 133.3 240.9 133.7 .23b.1 130.7 .247.0 135.7 .178.6 97.6 .247.4 139.1 .203.1 11.3.9 .211.9 323.0 143.9 77.8 cottonseed Oil new York aug. 24 cottonseed Oil futures closed 3 o 7 lower sales 53 contracts. High close scp.13.55 13.50 13.47 oct.13.36 13.35 13.35 dec.i3.3b 13.29 1359 May .13.30 13.30 13 20b .13.19 13.18 13.18 closing bids Jan 13.29. Much 13.22. State markets in. A its Lima 74.1 173.1 74.1 171.0 17c.b what stocks Nin new York aug. 24 wed. To advances Kol ro.1 declines 329 29 Una Aneed 228 25 total issues 11h new i file 42 2 new 1935 lows 8 ii Columbia Anc. 24 map today s South Carolina Market news service re ports Columbia Farmers Market steady ship ily ample Dean my fair. Green i ans 2.50, is 2.rio-3.00 with a few 3.50, pole Beans i. Corn .25. Orb Plant 1.25. No. 1 1.50, no. 2s .75. Peanuts 5.00-g.oo. Field peas . Dell peppers 1.50, Hois 1.25. Mustard and turnip salad 1.25-1.50. 61.4 332.8 i 3.50-1.00. Grown and Pink c Small 1.00-1.50, Larch 67.2 j48.8 turnips and tops 1.50-2.00. Sweet potato lsn.71 Market steady Supply ample demand 53.4 fair 2-s fairy its 1.50-1.75. Varinus varieties of watermelons. Hirry j to enl in. Small in cent ib., Here ills 9.210. Cantaloupes 7-10 reels each Midouin and Small 4-fi. Receipts Kuk markets unchanged. Poultry i roil prs and fryers in chanced. Columbia Law hens Mil it t Sti Aily sup i ply barfly no per. Good 20-22. J Turkey prices at Larm. Markets in All an As a july Supply Adoti Uati. Demund to slow. Tuns York Bronze Brns 32. Inin1 i. Oie Terf it id area Luns .2. , Whitt a 30-31. I Gnu ii Nui Ikels . Columbia local buyers and Flor ler.ct1 ind Cash mntum1 St Cindy at . Columbia tuesday aug Bonds new York aug. 24 a Indus rials moved up while Utility is eased in a narrowly mixed Bond Market today. Japanese and South american Dollar Bonds advanced in a quit foreign list. U. S. Treasury obligations climbed for the third straight Day. The of 1963 were unchanged at 97 bid while the Victory of december 1967-72 added 2-32 at 94 28-3s bid. The 30-year 3 As went up 2-32 at 104 14-32 bid. The 40 year 3s advanced 6-32 at 99 2-3 bid. Bond trading on the big Board declined to Par value from tuesday. Bond averages compiled by the associated press Grain Chicago aug. 24 a new crop Corn futures wound up with modest gains on the Board of Trade today while just about All other Grain futures ended with losses. It was an erratic session. A conspicuous feature was the compar alive weakness of september con tracts subjected to liquidation by discouraged Longs. Wheat closed Viz a s lower Corn it lower to higher Oats lower to pounds higher. Had a net change wednesday Prev. Day week ago month ago rear ago 1955 High Low 19s4 High 1934 Low .20 10 fails ind. Tulli. 97.9-l 97.7-l 96.2 9b.o 97.r 96.2 98.0 96.4 98.5 97.2 100.0 100.2 99.8 100.1 97.8 96.2 100.4 100.9 97.4 96.6 98.1 98.5 99.6 99.6 98.0 100.0 94.2 101 fun. 4 .1 85.9 102 85.8 102. 85.8 102. 85.9 83.6 86.5 84.0 85.1 8016 produce Chicago Auk. 24 or steady wholesale St la Iii prices in chanced to lower a 93 score 57.75-Ott u2 51.25-57.5 r 90 55-55.5 c 89 53.5-51 wholesale Selling steady to i prices unchanged Lom Holsher minimum percent a extras Larse 0.5-53.5 and ii or Keiit 44-50 extras medium 43-13.s Tam Larda 3g-3g.5 checks 23-25 Currii Ece ivits not traded. New York. Aug. 24 and butter Loady pkg poultry irregular. Unsettled live livestock Chicago. Aug. 24 we in a mod brately Active Market Butcher hogs old steady to 25 cents higher and own Strong to mostly 25 cents higher today. Despite the general Advance the top on butchers was own 15 cents at butchers scaling 170 to 180 rounds sold at to 19c 0 280 pounds at to and 90 to 310 pounds at ?i5.75 to sows sold from to scalable receipts totalled head. Steers sold steady to 25 cents Ower. Heavy weight offerings rec ring the loss. Heifers held Teady. One Load of prime steers it the top at while heifers topped at Choice and mixed Hoice and prime steers brought 22.25 to ?23.50. Good and Choice cifers moved at to cows mainly held steady at 10.50 to for Utility and com i crucial and to for Anners and cutters. Dealers were so steady at to for Ood and Choice and to 18.00 for cull to commercial. A few rime reached scalable cat e receipts totalled scalable hogs moderately Active steady to 25 higher on butchers sows fairly Active Strong 1 mostly 25 higher most mixed a. No. 1 to 3s 190-280 in butchers 6.25-16.65 mixed no. 1 and 2s 10-225 in and several lots no. 2 and 3s 230-260 in 16.50-16.05 a few cos mixed no. 1 and 2s 200-225 at 16.75 45 head mostly no. Is s in and 69 head no. Is 210 in 17.00 a few 290-310 in 15.75 i.2a a few lots 170-180 15.25 i.25 sows 400 in and lighter 14.00 .50 a few Choice under 300 in 15.75 bulk 400-500 in 13.00-14.00 few up to 600 in Down to around .00 shippers took markets at a York. Aur. 24 stocks higher Iradine i him in or a. Bonds Hie her corporate Usu a Advance. Spot House buying of Distant months. In Invfio wheat easy mild liquidation. Juon . Corn new crop months steady crop com to Flay auction sales. Cal Kimhia Points. Snort and Choice veal calves if Small Price changes. Utility and commercial a fld Lii to Rood steady to 25 cents he incr and Heilers 517.00. Steers steady top j25.00. Cents Down the . Office of education estimates that there will be a 293.000 increase in Public school enrolment in 1960 compared with 1950. 111.00-21.00. Utility and commercial 12.00 commercial cows 12.00-13.50, can j ners Anil cutlers 7.50-10.00 cond and Choice mocker steers and heifers lfi.00 i medium 13.00-hi.oo. Greenville Bond and Choice veal calves 22.00-27.00. Utility and commercial food Butcher steers and heifers Lilily and commercial 14 commercial cows, and cutters n 00.10.50 Good Stocker steers find heifers 00-20.50, mediums 12.00-15.00. Notice to creditors All persons having claims or de ands against the estate of l. Prosser de to present the and verified to the undersigned duly qualified executrix estate within the time prescribed by Law twelve persons indebted to the said estate Are asked to make prompt pay ment to the undersigned. Casandra Prosser Ronic no. 1 Pamplico . Aug-25-sept-l-s nit the negative news was still present no Export business and a very limited flour demand. In Corn Only the september con tract ended lower. Chicago 2j open ills wheat sep. Pec. Mar. Jav. Corn sep. Lice. Mar. May Oats Iep. Dec. Mar. May i be sep. Pec. Mar. Wishing Well registered u. S. Patent office. 7 a 3 b 632 t s .1 3 7 Al 8 6 h 3 r 2 r l 4 k i lit 7 k i f m 4 o 3 y i a i. 8 t s of e 0 Here is a pleasant Little Kirmie. That will Fly c you Stafie every Day. It is a numerical designed to spell out your Fortune. Count the letters in your first Lume. H inc number of letters is c or More subtract 4. If the number is less than a add 3. The result is i your key number. Senrt at inc upper left hand Corner of the acc and died every one of your key numbers left to Richt. Then rend the message the letters i ulcer the chocked figures give you. I 1 copy Lim its by Williim 3. Miller w Kolni it Torti. J it did tiny y but we Saint of git Tiff we promised thet mob a 8-Lxdllah Weddigan we gotta give one sounded like a ton o beef done. Of wiped on the he d bin a Readlyn this letter higher Rye lower. And Back at the Bridge where the my Stern started bodies have been Idem tipped by recognizing a sealed up broken Bone Whei a the person was known to wave had one. Soybeans 4-1 i lower and lard next were going Over every individual done pop any signs of Bullet Marks of wounds. Cents lower to 5 cents weaker tone than the rest of the Grain list. There was t any positive news to account for this. Two Menon two out and first base oust one move to make re Ike at but thar 3 a than one Way t1 Ketch a forgot you skipper intentional walk they Ain t a-60nna. Give me a Chance t ian.2.22s vow contracts .2.24 .2.27 2.26si every second Wisn t that of my married j Sweet of life has been a Joy a Pearl of grea7 not me would vol like v i m to be single Happy Dagwood i Marfil de Man you Coul Dve at least made it two Hundred dollars notice to creditors All persons having claims or de hands against the Eulale of if aude Atkinson Anderson deceased Are requested to present the Aine itemized and verified to the undersigned duly qualified exec ors of said estate within the time prescribed by Law twelve months and All persons indebted to the Aid estate Are asked to make prompt payment to the under sign Thomas a. Anderson John Anderson c-0 w. B. Tyson or. Attorney at Law Florence . Thank 6oopness she s stopped i could t have stood it another i minute Massie we have a new nei6hbor upstairs what a horrible voice she s got did you hear the news Mother takin6 Sim sins lessons from the professor upstairs 8v that woman upstairs has a terrible voice she s the Only person i Ever heard who can As Lour. Now you Tell me final discharge All parties interested will please Ake notice that Mary Adoll Mclaughlin executrix of the estate f Ben m. Lclaughlin. Deceased As this Day made application in the court of probate of Flor Nice county for final discharge s such executrix and that the 6tlv Day of september 1955, a 0 o clock a.m., is the time appointed for a hearing on the be Ion. C. Kenneth Grimsley fudge of probate Florence county uig.-25-sept. 1-8-15 that Loo Kim Arouth place made me Homs re. Eve a thins seems me s see. Ooh look Momma. Maw s got toy. Vass. Could be play vip Dit pie ass Meester 1 Chi Lorun. Should show manw6rss. Excuse gentleman Liole kits. of. The plan starts. Notice to creditors All persons having claims or mands against the estate of Marj toward Williamson deceased Are to present the same Ite deceased Are request Ven fied to the under signed duly qualified executors of said Estyle within the time pre by Law twelve months persons indebted to the estate Are asked to make prompt payment to the under sign Matthew Williamson Prince Williams 4fi2 w. Darlington Street Florence . Aug-2s-sept-l-8 of Dearest we must pretty astir gushed but he s to be a an him to grow up to be a a Man a Wal new How about Joe Well. 5iwce its a boy. I think the responsibility of choosing the name 15 Mossy yours. Daij1. Or tack or b08-or Bill or Jim give him a a name one Ticu be proud of Lorna Hunter trapper and im3un scout banker or or a Holder of High office we must give him a name which will inspire 35. Victore 26. Eve s grandson 37. Money factory 3s.integral factors prophets 42. Sea god 43. Afternoon Purly 41. Object 46. Bright 48. 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