Florence Morning News Newspaper Archives Aug 27 1955, Page 5

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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - August 27, 1955, Florence, South CarolinaSaturday morning August 27, 1955 the Florence morning news Florence s. C. Page 5 pc gets47% Eastern Weed s. C. Prices steady to Low by the associated press nearly 47 per cent of the Gross thursday on the opening of the big Eastern North Carolina flue cured tobacco1 Belt went to the stabilization corp. Under the government loan program. The Federal stale Market news service reported yesterday that pounds were sold opening Day for an average of per Hundred. This was a decline of from the opening Day last year when Only pounds were sold. Most individual Market averages . Radio repairs Matney s 192 e. Evans St. Phone 5419 ranged from to average prices for most Gra pcs yesterday were Seady to higher compared wit i opening Day. Gains were chiefly to per Hundred. A few lower Quality grades of priming showed losses of about one of the larger companies not represented on opening Day was buying yesterday. Meanwhile average prices were steady to lower yesterday on South Border North Caro Lina markets. The declines ranged from to s4 per Hundred in com Parison with the previous Day. A Large number of grades was unchanged to a Little higher. Sales remained blocked on practically All m Arkels. However most of the wet tobacco was cleared off the floors. Increased proportions of poor to fair Leaf lowered the Quality. Leaf radio to programs 2 Faith today Kartoon Knipers Roy Rogers Sagebrush or. Wizard Rasters ranch saturday Popcorn play Tim double feature Channel 2 auction dub Philips test pattern Back to god Bill Hickok Windy Dink capt. Midnight big top Roy Hofen red Barber 3 the soldiers Dunninger spectacular your play time spec Lolma t news saturday dizzy Dean tigers i sox late matinee Looney Tunc Horace Heldt heat the clock great Banuls 10 is a pcs Channel 5 two for the Money foreign intrigue Danny thou Damon Runyon Robert cum Manri Tole news weekly wrestle inc sign of Waffle Garden saturday Wonky Dink and Vot dizzy Dean cola party dodgers is Chi. Comedy carnival it. Pleasant Superman Western movie farm it Home Dixie Playboy Industry on a flight no. 7 safety program. Weather sports Aje saturday Newt. Fin greatest bands two for Money break the top tunes Damon Runyan Lawrence walk wrestle no so ten of Channel 8 test pattern baseball pre Lewi Yankees is Indiana tigers it sox Tost patters Early show sign of no school Wodlt destiny Trail music for saturday breakfast club news you Low gospel program we my Irwi slim Baptist Lime ii Billy Star time top Twenty club saturday Lawrence write two for Money Down you go Amei Brothen the passerby your big town news sign of saturday symphony news concert world tourist news dinner news Navy hour the Marcun news the Christopher sports a ctr now Mulk Tim. Tea Bob Edge sunday school Veire hindu Dan conf part news vow program Treasury show hotel to met of get a bargain in an extra glean car at Hyman s cars 1953 Desoto Power master club Coupe. To Lone Blue. Heater White Side tires automatic transmission. An extra clean bargain 1953 Plymouth or Andronk 4-door. Black. Overdrive Heater. Low mile owner car 1953 Dodge 4-door Sedan. Black finish like new. Overdrive Heater White Wall tires. Tops in Economy and Comfort 1952 Pontiac chieftain 4-door. Maroon. Low mileage one owner car Willi radio Calr a. Hydra Matic transmission Sun visor White Side tires. Fully equipped. A wonderful buy for a choosy owner lot lighted at night walk in and inspect these cars at your convenience. Lot lighted until 11 o clock each night. 1952 Plymouth Cranbrook 4-door. Blue. A real bargain in a one owner car 1951 Plymouth Cranbrook club Coupe. Tops in transportation 1951 Plymouth 2-Dnor station Wagon. A Metal. Radio and Heater. A real buy 1950 Desoto custom 4-door. Fully equipped. One owner car. Extra clean a real bargain 1950 Ford custom or 2 Clour. Radio beater spotlight and Wiite Side tires. Has a new motor these Are just a few of the cleanest used cars in town Many More to Chow from. You can t beat our trades or our financing Deal. Try i and see Hyman motors inc. Dodge Plymouth 131 e. Cheves St. Phone 2-3296 soles Root Ond used Cor lot open til p. M. Saturdays made up Over 60 per cent of the marketing. Gross sales thursday totalled pounds at an average of per Hundred a gain of 6 cents from the previous Day. Sales for the season were increased to pounds averaging Gross sales and averages by states for the Border Belt thurs Day were South Carolina pounds North Carolina 5m.25. Dillon Dillon aug. 2li the Dillon Market had the Best Sale of the year today with pounds Selling for or per Hundred according to Bill Mccauley sales supervisor. Heavy sales Are expected to continue through next week. Mullins Lull los aug. 26 Mullins brought its fifth Selling week of the season to an end this after noon paying an average Price of for pounds of to Bacco which brought its seller an even Lake City Lake City aug. 26 sales on the Lake City tobacco Market Oday were estimated at pounds with prices ranging from 12 to 70 cents. Keen bidding continued on All desirable types of smoking tobaccos and Good Quality Leaf was in Strong demand among exporters. Timmonsville t1mmonsville, aug. 26 tobacco sales thursday grossed 597.302 pounds for Friday s sales Are expected to exceed or approximate inc same totals in As much As the warehouses were filled to capacity. Prices according to local tobacconists and Farmers were Excel Lent especially in View of he Large amount of common tobaccos noticeable on All sales. Medium and common tobaccos ranged from to while the better grades up to per Hundred. Hemingway Hemingway aug. 2fi the further Beach work set for engineers the army engineers will remain on duly on the South Carolina coast through sept. 9, Gen. Thomas f. Hickey commanding general of the third army has announced. The extended duty was made on the request of rep. John l. Mcmillian. The announcement was made in a Telegram from Gen. Hickoy to rep. Mcmillian. Troops will not lie Able to stay longer than sept. 9, because of previous he said. Quality of offerings was somewhat off today As compared with inc of Fering earlier in the week on the Hemingway tobacco Market. The total sales for today a pounds which sold Tor at an average of Pamplico Pamplico aug. 26 continued heavy Here today Wil pounds Heing sold for 291.56, averaging per Hun dred pounds. Total sales for the season arc pounds bring ing averaging Hemingway school slate announced Hemingway aug. 26 the faculty for the Hemingway High school and elementary school was announced yesterday by superintendent l. E. Creel or. First Grade registration in expenses paid trip to si., Louis to compete for the National i miss Linnic Sanders daughter of or. And mrs. James h. San Ders of Florence was guest soloist. She Sang an italian number ii Racia the and stars in my her instructor. Mrs. Alfred Manwiller accompanied on the piano. The Rev. K. E. Colvin pastor of Immon incl Baptist Church and a fellow lion told of an extensive trip Inlo the West. He had color slides of his visits to several Stales. Including California. Wyom ing Arizona Utah Texas and others. Mrs. Colvin opera Ting the projector. Lion ii. Ii. Molbo incr in ill. The sponsoring co Ops the con of slants and their Home towns Are Berkeley Coop Gayle parlor of Santee Coop. Holier a Evans of Andrews lorry co do Harriett Ann Gerald of Loris Marion Coop. Miriam Mcrae of Mullins Marlboro Coop. Jewell Owell of Lalla Tri county co up Margaret a Cape of it. Molt i Dislo Coop Patsy Young of or Ingeburg Coop Peggy Morris of Blackville Aiken Coop Jean Teresa Frank of Aikin mid Carolina Coop. Roxie Koon of Chapin Little River Coop Georgia Brill of Mccormick Laurens Coop Mary Lou Sims of Fountain inn Brond River co a Iro Ducco by president or. J. W. Of Patsy Farr of

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