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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - August 25, 1955, Florence, South CarolinaPage 12-b the Florence morning news Florence s. C. Thursday morning August 23. 1933 Florence no. 2 schools open september 8 Johnsonville. Aug. 24 the schools of Florence county school District number two will open thursday sept. 8 for the session water carnival set at Dillon tonight the faculties for the schools Are As follows. To. S. Smith is the superintendent Loi Sonville ii. Ii. Floyd administrative principal. Elementary teachers airs. Lenora j. Muggins miss a tie Durant mrs. Burgess l. Ai Man mrs. Tylan Brown mrs Kathleen b. Marsh mrs. Mildre i. Cockfield mrs. Kathleen t Venters mrs. Ruth m. Marsh mrs Catherine c. Powell mrs. Cora w Waters mrs. Myrtle s. Strickland mrs. Lucille m. Eaddy mrs. Eliza Beth b. Asnip. High school mrs. Lena p. Carter Henry d Dillon aug. 24 the first water carnival Ever to be held in Dillon will be staged at p. M. At the local pol. Final plans for the event have been made by members of the Dillon kiwanis club sponsoring organization and All is now in read Ness Lor the show Mike Lecholop and Tom Fletcher co directors announce. Heading the expected list of 000 interested spectators will be miss Martha Dean Chestnut of Powell Tracy l. Lane d. Daniel mrs. Margaret m. Floyd a. W. Floyd mrs. Madeline c. Lyerly mrs. Katherine w. Floyd mrs. Helen g. Chapman and miss Virginia Gibson. Mrs. Elizabeth i. Flowers will teach music. Hannah schools High school mrs. Vonnie pos ton or. Eddice West mrs1. Jill Coleman mrs. Wille Turner miss Edith Moye mrs. Wylma Eaddy jars. Willia Mccutchen or. Bussy Poston mrs. Willa Hanna and Ray n. Benton administrative principal. Hannah elementary school miss Zola pro scr miss sue Carol Prosser. Mrs. Hoyt Turbe Ville mrs. Janie Mae Turner mrs. Margaret Altman mrs. Maria Evans mrs. Viola Collins mrs. Mattie Eaddy and mrs. Janese Hanna. Pamplico High school mrs. Beatrice Evans mrs. Letha Chastain miss Margaret Vause mrs. Alice Faye Turner. Mrs. Fred Yarborough Fred Yarborough mrs. Florence Steele j. B. Chastain Boyd Utsey and Marion r. Anderson administrative principal. Pamplico elementary school mrs. Rosa Daniel mrs. P. B. Finklea miss Claire Coleman miss Charlotte Finklea. Mrs. Georgia Lamar schools to open september 8 Lamar aug. 24 the spacing High school and Spauldin elementary school of Lama South Carolina will begin the 195 6 school session sept. 8 at 9 a. M All students will report to the is Pectic classrooms. The fact is of both schools will meet i in Spaulding High school Library Cpl. 7 at 3 p. M. Parents Are reminded that Stu cats entering the first Grade mus in six years old on or before nov 1955 they must have birth cer finale and the student must hav Een vaccinated for smallpox. The following faculty is an ounces Spaulding High school Elijah w. Davis principal am social science mrs. Fannie m. Davis librarian and English mrs Dorothy m. White English and so Cial studies mrs. Roxie s. John son mathematics and science Willie d. Johnson coach Hall and mayhem alias miss Maria me Alister Commerce Calvin Croy Calculi mrs. Florrie k. Eaddy and mrs. Ina w. Richardson. Three teachers arc to be added later. Vox school mrs. Thelma Eaddy administrative principal mrs. Cora col Lins mrs. Mary l. Marsh mrs. Grace Altman. Negro schools Gibbs High 15. V. Gibbs administrative principal. Mrs. Ida Belle Lyde mrs. Chehoney Smith mrs. Daisy Richardson Lucius White. Mrs. Pauline Spears miss and George Curry. Gibbs elementary mrs. Anni Norwood mrs. Eva Bartelle mrs Vivian White mrs. Annie Feldor mrs. Margaret Clemmons mrs Jennie Page miss Mamie Sims Rudolph Jones mrs. Virginia Jack son mrs. Dorothy Jenkins mrs Alberta Timmons miss Emma Porter mrs. Eva Cain mrs. Lizzie Morrison mrs. Doris Herbert miss Fannie Lee Shird miss. Jessie Lowell John Harrell John Stew Art and miss Selma James. Luckey elementary l. D. Bradley administrative principal mrs. Isabelle Eaddy. Frs. Curlis Cooper mrs. Matulic Caddy mrs. Ruth Weaver mrs. Mabel Cooper mrs. Daisy Barr Josiah Cooper mrs. Lelha boat Wrig lil mrs. Stina Donnelly. Is. Luke elementary Arthur James administrative principal mrs. Annie Cooper miss Rosebud Timmons mrs. Charlot Ealum mrs. Beulah Bynum mrs. Silamie bryant., miss until Dicks ills. Rena Parker miss Mali Davis and mrs. Frances single Eugcnia Kennedy. Joseph Hudson tary. Tired of being a boy 13, slays his Mother Palmdale Calif. Aug. 24 the kids Al school kept calling me a Square because i would t steal or anything. I did t want to be a Sissy. I was tired of being a and so sheriff s deputies said today 13-year-old Jimmy Thomson loaded his Rifle hid it under a bed. Waited two hours for his Mother to come and shot her to death. Lancaster substation deputies said they received a Call late yesterday from the boy who said "1 just shot my Mother. 1 think she s dead. I la wait Here at the House for in the House officers found mrs. Hilda Thomson 5j, dead on the Kitchen floor. Three .22 bullets were in her head. Her Blouse and pedal pushers were ripped. Jimmy was booked at the sub italian on suspicion of murder. The boy s father Harry and brother John. 18. Were away at work. The father is a truck Driver at Edwards air Force base. Deputies said Jimmy told them i wanted to run away from Home to show the other kids i was t a Sissy. My Mother caught me packing up my things to leave officers said the victim s Blouse and pedal pushers had been ripped in a search for Money to finance the runaway. Jimmy is n Blond husky 140 Pounder usually mild mannered and Sliv. Nolds mathematics mrs. Edelle Samuels. English and Reading Bobby g. Sellers French music and social studies Larson g Bonaparte agriculture Anc and mrs. Ernestine m. Home economics and late mayor fund raised by Beach club Myrtle Beach aug. Total of was reported collected Conway currently reigning As miss South Carolina. Miss Chestnut accepted an invitation by the club As v the to Ettan several Days ago and is expected to add much to the Success of the show. Miss Peggy Cole miss Dillon will also be on hand to contribute her Charm and Beauty to the affair. Adequate sealing facilities have the Pool for the Comfort of the spectators. Almost Advance tickets have been sold by Kiwan ians., contestant from six area towns have entered the competitive science Brown science. Spaulding elementary school Claude l. Bowens principal arid 5th Grade mrs. Addie m. Bow Grade mrs. Lavice Mcdowell fill Grade mrs. Josephine a. Lee 5th Rade mrs. Nomnie e. Crowley 5th Grade mrs. Addie m. Owens 5lh Grade miss Elease l. Brisbane. 4th Grade mrs. Elease m. Mccrac 4lh Rade mrs. Elizabeth d. Sparks Ord Grade mrs. Mary s. Brunson Ord Grade miss Gas s. Brew or 2nd Grade mrs. Helen b. Jack son 2nd Grade mrs. Florence ii Segars 2nd Grade miss Lena l. Mitchell 1st mrs. Vivian w. Powell just Grade mrs. Beulah Goines 1st Grade mrs. Bonnie c. James 1st Grade and mrs. Lessie b. Mcfadden lunchroom supervisor. Events. They from Mullins Latla Bennettsville Marion dil Ion and Rowland . At least nine different events will be held with an extra amount of clowning by a Marion group thrown in at no extra Cost. Ribbons Blue red and while will be awarded the winners of each event with a nine Inch trophy going to the most outstanding swimmer of he meet. The trophy was contributed by Allan Donelan of Columbia who is an . Swimming official. Fletcher red Cross swimming instructor suggests that contest ants not eat just prior to the show. Sponsored drive to raise to furnish a room in the Ocean View memorial Ilo Spila As a memorial to the late mayor Ernest w. Wil Liams. The report was made by Barry Sturmer chairman of the com Mittee lot handle the project at the regular meeting of the local civitan club. Sturmer said that he hoped the balance of the Money would be raised in the very near prices Are steady on Weed Mart prices were fairly steady wednesday for South Carolina and Bor Der North Carolina flue cured to Jacco report the United states and North Carolina departments of compared with tues Day the changes in Grade aver Ives were mostly and per myndred. There were a few More Ains than losses. Quality of offerings was off a litle because of a Small increase n the percentage of poor and Low Eaf and nondescript. Most mar Tell remained blocked. Tuesday s sales grossed the civilians recently voted to pounds averaging per nun make individual contributions and cents under monday. Sales to double each donation by col Lor the season were placed at pounds brought aver cutters and lugs. Aging per Hundred pounds. Quality of offerings varied More total for the season is pounds bringing Mullins Mullins aug. 24 Mullins sold pounds of tobacco today paying out an average Price of s50.14 per hum dred for All Leaf sold. Again prices were High on All than yesterday and Price changes by grades were offset by losses and gains. Market officials urged growers letting a contribution from Wil Liams friends and admirers. Presi Dent Frank Hughes said that the club would greatly appreciate any contribution that any Friend or admirer of the late mayor Williams might see fit to the following is a list of Civ Taus and friends who have contrib used to Dale on Hie Williams memorial fund Gordon Frits r. E. L. Brown Don Cameron. Ii. Brownie Brown or. Donald Duck t. M. Jamer son jr., c. Foster Smith Bob of some of the better tobaccos Leaf graded c-3 was stronger with baskets of Leaf bearing this govern greater ment Grade Selling As High As heir tobacco in dry places As a considerable amount of wet to Bacco is beginning in appear the out look for heavy sales continues. Timmonsville Timmonsville aug. 24 to Bacco sales on the Timmonsville Market continues a Cave with the and per Hundred. And again Here was quite a bit soft or High order tobacco. Mul Ilins warehousemen say growers can prevent much damage of this sisting of heavy Leaf and lips. Prices Are proving very Satis factory with the growers ranging from 15 to 71 dollars per Hundred. Buying companies arc beginning to take a More Active part in the pounds for an average of flue cured stabilization corp. Receipts under loan tuesday were 28.3 per cent. Total sales in South Carolina on tues Day was pounds averaging North Carolina 3.9g4 12g, averaging total for the season through tuesday was South Lake City ii Ingway Carolina with a Lake City aug. 24 despite Hemingway aug -24 the average and North Carolina Rains sales were heavy of offerings on the Heming pounds. Average. Nal Reif they will Book floor space bidding thus milking for a better m Advance and then prepare the Market sold 596.781 Vav Market Only time pounds on tuesday s Sale and the if u it time to Bei Market is expected to pass the j4 on their booked Dale. Million Mark this week food for cont slants will be Avail-1 Chestnut col. Robert g. Emmens Able at the Pool after the event. Barry Sturmer Jerry poster. Jinn Ludgus for the even will be officials of the Marion Latla and Dillon pools. All students will report to their e donated by inc club to the swimming Pool fund. A de Cense Bond will be Given away luring the evening As an added attraction. I my Allen Bill James Wilson Springs Sam Monroe Trez will Cox Roy Mccormick Hottel John son Samuel Harris Walter males. Broadway restaurant the Mas que traders Oliver e. Crocker Arthur holler Bill Hedgepeth. Eddie wallers. Cornelius Van Buren Phil Sloan Fred Beall Frank Hughes. Darlington i the Lake City tobacco Market to Way tobacco Market were slightly with More than Pound left today As quite a few tips and Darlington aug. 24 top being sold Al prices ranging from Low types of tobacco appeared on Quality prevailed on the Darling 10 to 70 cents per Pound Ion Market Loday when Federal court Buffer Kingstree men form citizens Council Bale of Cotton marketed in Dillon Dillon. Aug. 24 the first Bale of Cotton from the current crop ginned in Dillon county was j ginned by Southern Cotton Oil co. Friday. The Cotton was grown on the farm of l. I. Curlis by Zerno Mcl Neil. The Bale which weighed pounds was bought by d. E. Tip local Cotton buyer at 50 cents per Pound. Us Grade was middling with a Staple of 1 1-16 inches. Soiling inc seed for cur tis realized Lor the Bale. To said. Thai s the most i have Ever of for one Bale of Market. 54-n4 role volume of Leaf grades con total pounds for the Day were tinted to increase with a Selling for for spending decline in Quantity of an average of Kin Gstrein aug. 24 Over do men met in the american Region Home Here Friday night san incr slated Ihal the purpose of the citizens Council is to serve As a kind of Buffer Between the organize a citizens Council. Federal courts mid school and m. A. Shuler Kings rec lawyer jollies authorities. The Council As sures Ihn authorities thai they have the citizenship of communities backing them lie said. Publications printed by inc associations of citizens councils win Ona miss. Were distributed at the As temporary chairman id was elected chairman. The i cars named Are John d. Brit a vice chairman ,1. B. Clarkn Secretary and d. L. Taylor Ca surer. To Hove City directory Hartsville aug. 24 plans Bethel. Kelley town Galloway and tool for publication of a new Swift Creek Clyde and Black Artville cily directory Thel Creek. New Market Pond hollow Limber of Commerce said today lie last Dirc Clory came from the in and is now obsolete. The decision to publish a new directory was made after Confer aces with Over 70 local merchants in chamber said. Merchants were unanimous in declaring that Harts Ille needs a new directory and Romisch their financial support. We Promise that the new 1055 ily Dirc Clory will be the Best said chamber Secretary f. C. Chilly. He said a special mid Dindorf Yalcs and Onsley Dale. It will also take in the neighbor ing towns of Chesterfield. Jeffer son Lamar Lydia Clicc my. Croglin Patrick Ruby and so Cicely Hill. We urge All merchants and business firms to lend a helping said chamber president p. Ii. Leeattie. When the Lial Dwin rails give him a meeting. The Council formed is to act for Kingstree and ils Trade area. Shu Ler said. He expressed the Hope that Oiler councils will be formed in Oiler communities in Williams Connly. S. E. Rogers introduced As the . Republican is in Mothballs Washington. Aug. 24 ii tic Navy is giving the names of Rivers to 48 rocket launching ships but who argued the summer wants in understood there is nothing on Case in the v. S. Supreme political in dubbing one the u. S. S. J court attended the Kingstree meet j Republican River while none will ing and described the Organiza carry the Tion of a citizens Council at Ello acc. W. B. Davis president of the summer Lon citizens Council also Label u. S. S. Democratic Mot with the. Group. Rogers will return to Kingstree on Friday night to address a Ond meeting to be held at 8 p. In the Kingstree High school auditorium. All Hough ladies were invited to the first meeting none put in an appearance. Shuler said that he hoped Many would be in the hoped for crowd of about 600-800 on Fri Day Nigil. An executive committee of 121 was elected for the citizens coun cil. Serving Are t. J. Burgess. H. A. Wheeler. J. W. Marshall Cecil ii. Robinson w. J. Britton. T. J. Appleby ii. N. Hinnant. W. W. King. Binford Boyd. Guy t. Sterling Hoyden 1 or drive in run Duffy of san Quentin Louis Hayward Joanne Dru cartoon handshake and your Lisl John a Mixon and Otis Williamson. Rectory committee of inc chamber has been armed to cooperate with the Baldwin directory company which will print the Book and with j sponsoring merchants. The new directory and business reference guide will cover greater. Hartsville. Reaching out for Al Proximo Necly two Miles. In addition it will include about 1.800 names from the principal Rural communities Antioch. Byrd i town Ashland Auburn Covesville. The chamber plans to Start work1 if the 11cw Council operates As in inc project in september id those in Mississippi inc offi will serve for one year Sliu Jer said. Allol Iho lawyers were appointed to a advisory committee. Other committees arc to be named later. Correction due to composition error in our monday advertisement featuring open Stock Maple bedroom grouping one item was incorrect the Correct item should have read As follows Bookcase headboard end 1 night stand. 1322 Carolina ave. Hartsville . Priori. 1518 120 e. Evans St. Florence . Phone 5219 convicts nabbed Darlington aug. M two i convicts one in shackles who escaped from a group working in the Philadelphia Section Early loj Day were apprehended before noon Loday. The convicts. Duleie Mon Slough i and Lawrence Melver were picked up Nhul iwo Miles from where had been working by Mem hers of the sheriff s department. Deputy Sam Chapman said Ihal Milvor who was in shackles is. Serving a five year sentence for which Luw Iii in june of this year. Macii Llonch is scr Ini Only sin Days Tor a minor of lense. The Hoo uttered us resistance when Ollir ers arrested them. The reason is thai the could t find a River or Al least a major River mimed democratic. The Republican is a tributary of the Kansas. The ships previously have been known Only by number. They Are veterans of the Xavy a world War ii amphibious Fleet. Only two Are in Active service. The others including the u. S. S. Republican Kiver Are in Moll Halls. The net income of . Roads was million Dol Lars in 1054, the smallest since 1u49. State showing Scott in Cason City also Home of till Brave and color cartoon one Ali jul of the million cars in the slates Are More i Linn 10 Jimis old. Masonic notice a special of Hamp ton Lodge. No. 204 . Will be held at the masonic tem ple Friday evening August 2l ill in o clock for inc Pur pose of conferring to master masons decree. Visit masons will he All members Are urged in attend lie freshmen is will he served. .1. Ii. . M f. P. Cheshier. Sec. Lions District governor 0. W. Mullinnix will address the Pamplico Lions club sept. 5 at Pamplico. License granted Washington. Aug. 2-1 the Blue Liuigi broadcasting com Pany. Inc. Has been granted a i n Lise in operate an a. M. Radio station Al . The Lalion will he known As Sta Tion the Federal co Nummi cations commission Mimun cd yesterday. Dual a Vive now showing six Bridges to Cross Tony Curtis re Orique in right Leulf in us 7, Tonitte Only Cash Nite Cash nit Marilyn Monroe Tom Ewell now playing y i Jerrt adventure plus cinemas copy cartoon Billy wilder., George Axelrod features and regular prices Wei cartoon last times today perfectly cooled by air conditioning requested by married couples who feel that the should see this important presentation together Stigi Curtis ayes non segregated audiences ladies j. 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