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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - December 4, 1957, Florence, South CarolinaF age 8-b the Florence morning news Florence s. C. Wednesday morning december 4, 1957 the markets Seesaw Marks Day new York dec. 3 a stocks the sawed Back and Forth today and wound up with Little change except for a few selected issues. Steels oils and rails lost fractions to about a Point. Metals chemicals and utilities were mixed. Leading rubber stocks end higher. Volume totalled 000 shares against yesterday. Aircraft missile stocks occupied Trade attention much of the Day but not All of them advanced. A late buying flurry sent shipbuilding shares ahead for fairly Good gains. The number of losses slightly outdistanced advances 478 stocks declining and 451 gaining. There were 10 new highs for the year and 35 new lows. Stock averages compiled by the Assoc used press 30 15 15 it 4.2 54 .1 240.9 .233.9 334.2 net change tuesday Prev. Day week Bro month ago year ago 19. I7 High j957 Low i95g High 1956 Low allege corp 41 Al 78 a1tls cd mfg am Airt am can am am Tob a Ralli Lull. Sirocki 4.j 71.3 1m.7 71.1 158.7 70.1 154.1 68.8 135.1 71.7 177. 77.5 188.1 66.2 150. 76.9 191.1 .6 371j 54.2 81.6 87.7 .258.0 129.5 .280.0 134.7 .22g.o 80.5 .276.3 155.1 544.0 1m.2 Loews inc thrill try i Owenson it s 15 Mikess r 55v4 39w Mont Ward 31v Nat Bis 4 7414 Nat Cash Reg 34w 159 Nat Dairy 37% Anaconda corp 42h Nat dist 20 Arm 1 co 32h Nat Linen 14v acl 29 new eng 14 at ref 43 by cent 16 Avo mfg 6 no am Avia 31 Babcock no Pac Baldwin l id vie Olin math 43 b o Owens c fib 42 Bendic Avia 48 Pacific Mills 23 Beth steel 3716 Param pict 32 Boeing Airl Penney j c 83w Borden co 5916 Penn or 13 bore warn 3ih Pepsi Coin 201 Budd co is Phillips pet 42 Burl Milli Pitt 6% Bur add men 33 e proct t Gam 5 Cannon Mills Pullman co 52 32v 42va 64w 21 a car p l 23v4 pure Oil Case j i 15w radio corp Caterall trac 63u re pub us celanese corp 13vi Reynolds b Chus to o coca cola come credit come solv cons cent can Corn prod Cruc. St Curt Wright Doug arc Dow chem Dupont East air 49 Riegel paper 101v seab Al or 46% Sears Loeb 31% Socony vac 42 Sou car 3h4 41tii Southern co 2jw 31w Sou Nat Gas 37wi Sou Pac Sou by 74 std brands 57 std Oil Cal 18138 std Oil no 3114 Stevens j p Eastman Kod 9bv4 Stewart War Erie or to Swift c Firestone Hub 91w Tex co Florida pm 56 text Ron corp Ford 4m went c Fox 23w Frueh Traun Carbide 95 Gen Bak co 9h Unac 26 Gen elec 6416 unit airline j2v4 Gen foods 47 unit air Gen Mot 35wt unit corp Glidden coi unit fruit Goodrich rub 63 us rubber Goodyear rub 8s us 30 Grey bus 15 us steel 53 be Gulf mob in 0 us tobacco Gulf Oil 116m Vanda corp 2bvs int Harv 28 Vick chem 43 int Winch 29% a car chem i5 4 int paper d2vj Warner pict 20 4 int t t 31 Wesson 25 Johns Man 3578 West in Ken Sccott corp West Al 63 Kresge is White sew m 5 lib my lib 8 Winn Dixie 26 Licefi pc m 64 Woohg f w 37v4 Lockheed a Young 41h 651h a set 6ti, 39h Cotton new York dec. 3 we Colto futures closed 15 cents to Bale higher today. Trade and commission hous buying readily absorbed prof taking and hedging. Expectation of a lower december government Cotton crop report monday an tightness in the Supply of Desir Able 1957 crop Cotton stimulate buying of current months. A leading Houston spot firn continued to sell nearby Marc futures extensively. The firm sol about Bales of the Marc position following estimated Sale of Bales in that deliver yesterday. Old crop july features established a season s High As Stop los buying orders were touched o there. Sharpest gains came in net crop deliveries where traders e major changes in the farm pro Gram will probably come too lat to affect the 1958 Cotton crop. Nearby december futures Sag ged initially following the issuance of nine december Transfer Able notices but recovered after the notices had been stopped. Futures closed 15 cents to a bal higher Titan he previous close open nigh Low Cloie 35.76 36.21 35.76 36.10 41 36.20 36.2b 36.20 36.24 36.19 36.29 36.19 36.23b 35.87 36.01 35.h5 35.9b 33.91 34.08 33.b5 34.02 Floc. 33.78 33.97 33.75 33.93 2 mar 33.78 33.95 33.78 33.93n 42 May 33.71 33.93 33.71 33.90n 4z4 muu11he spot 36.20n up 10. N nominal a bid. Dec. Mar May july oct new Orleans dec. 3 Cotton closed steady and unchanged. Sale 18.5m. Low middling 28.00 middling 35.25 Good middling 36.00 receipts Stock new Orleans dec. I api Cotton futures advanced on the new Orleans Cotton Exchange today on Trade and com Mission Bouse buying and Short covering july made a new seasonal High. Closing prices were steady unchanged to a Bale higher. Open High Low close .35.84 35.85 35.84 35.7sb .3c.21 36.27 36.21 36.26 9 .35.23 36.27 36.21 36.27 412 .35.85 36.05 35.85 35.99 415 -----33.90 34.05 33.90 34.05b 4 20 .33.80 33.92 33.80 3j.91b 419 Der alar. May oct. Dec. Mar. Bid. Bonds Bond averages i sued by the associate 20 10 10 Rill ind. Villi. Change .1 4.4 tuesday 78.3 31.3 87.2 Lay 78.2 91.2 Fri r Veek ago 78.0 90.7 78.0 90.6 87.7 87.3 77.7 98.3 month ear ago 937 High 957 Low 956 High 95g Low 92.9 97.7 90.7 k.2 84.9 88.9 90.9 83.7 98.0 8b.1 78.6 7b.5 78.i 78.5 80.6 82.8 v8.0 83.2 80.5 10 i.t6 -l.1 92.2 92.1 92.1 90.9 95.3 96.4 89.9 103.7 94.6 Chicago. Dec. 3 or steady wholesale Selling prices unchanged 93 a 59v i44 92 a 90 b 59-59u 89 c unquoted. Eggs wholesale Selling prices unchanged o 2 lower 60 per cent or better a White 3v6-44 medium extras stand ids checks 3------ new Yolk dec. 3 butter Kugga unsettled. 13.700. Live poultry weak. Marke1s at a glance new York. Dec. 3 api missile shipbuilding sues Tii Fher. Bends higher governments improve tra de and cum Masslo House buying. Chicago old crop higher. Corn higher Good dem Anil. Small demand. Soybeans mostly higher sept. Lower. Hogs steady top to lower top what stocks did new Yolk dec. 3 advances declines in changed total issues new 1957 High 1957 Low tues. Mon 451 38 .47r 59 ____1177 1171 10 15 35 Fofe Market Columbia dec. 3 new service Riporti prices at the Columbi Ermers Market steady Supply ample produce prices As reported by the serv apples 1.25-1.75 cabbage 1.75-2 gone Quality collards 1-1.24 Green onions 1.25 Mustard salads 75-j turnip salads 1-1.26 up Nash 2.2a Good Quality Sweet potatoes .50-2 turnip tooth 1 turnips and tops 5-1.25. Ess prices and Columbia heavy hens rices for 2v1-3 Pound broilers or fryers lightly stronger at 15-16, Supply fully Mulc demand fair. Greenville Price 16 Turkey markets All areas steady Supply adequate demand Good. Columbia area cavy hens 27-28, Toms 22-23. Orangeburg Rea heavy hens 27, Toms 22-23. York county heavy hens 25, Toms 23. Chester held heavy hens 27mt-23, Toms 23. Pecan prices unchanged from yesterday. Newberry Grain prices no. 2 yellow Orn 1.32 no. 2 White Corn 1.22 no. 2 heat 2 no 2 Oats 75. All other Grain rices unchanged from yesterday. Columbia local buyers hogs Choice no s 25 lower a 37.50 Florence and Kings Cash buying stations steady at 17.25 a changed from yesterday. Columbia Springfield auction sales monday 17.s5-1b. Livestock Chicago dec. .3 a Butcher ogs and sows were mostly steady the Chicago Market today and attle were steady to is much As 0 cents lower. Sheep were mixed. No. 2 and 3 Grade Butcher hogs Caling 190 to 230 pounds sold from 18.00 to and no. 1 and 2 lots the same weights brought o some no. 1 Grade Butch is Fram 200 to 220 pounds sorted or Grade sold from to 18.75. Top Price of was Aid for a 90 head lot of no. Is i raging 210 pounds. Mixed Grade sows scaling 400 to 50 pounds brought to and lighter kinds sold from in the cattle Market Choice ears were steady and other rades weak to 50 cents lower. High Choice and prime steers Rought to average prime sold from to e top. Darlington court term opens monday morning special to Tite news Darlington. Dec 3 t h e court of common pleas for Dar Ling Lon county will Convene on december 9, with judge c. Bruce Hue John of Spartanburg presid ing Petit jurors have been announced As follows from Darlington e. M. Bunch sr., William l. Ward George m. Mattox. Boardman Edward Hur sey. Von Xic Knight Marion c. Linton Jordan. John Earl Goodson Harry a. Blackmon Roland Hall Dewey Byrd. Kinchen Hartwell Adams David d. Gardner James f. Brown from Melvin Mcelveen George Berry Charles Hugh Campbell Jack Camp Lames Rochel Winburn Robert Wilson Isgett Dewey Brown James Hall Karrell Carey Gainey Jacob Adams Atkinson Thomas Lalta cd Liege Day scheduled thursday special to the news Latta dec. 3 Latta High school s annual College Day is scheduled thursday morning mail in the High school auditorium. The purpose of College Day is a give High school juniors and seniors a better idea about the College of their Choice. Representatives will answer questions and give out printed material on each College. There will be representatives present from almost All of the South Carolina colleges and Sev eral from North Carolina Florida and business colleges and nursing schools from South Carolina. As in previous years juniors and seniors As Well As any in erected parents Are urged to at end. Monroe Gibson Elvis Mutelle Jainey Frank w. Thomasi j Curtis Flowers. Wallace Venson Johnson a. W. Atkin Onolin Bailey Ingram Willie hey War Gainey j. Martin Sims Alfred e Pelly John Wesley Jones or. Am Manly Amerson Bert c. Fields and Collins Mcpherson of Lamar Thomas Edward and James Hubert Haire of Mcbee and p. D. Crolley Hill Winthrop recital features Dill onite Rock Hill dec. 3 pianist Robert Macdonald of Dillon Wil present a special recital at win Throp College next tuesday at a. M. In the College auditorium. Macdonald will appear on the regular Assembly hour at Winthrop College. The pianist received his Bache Lor of arts degree from the University of North Carolina and Maser of music degree from the in Diana University school of music. From 1954 to this year Mac Donald studied in Vienna where he graduated with a diploma in Diano from the slate Academy of Husic and was a member of he master class of prof. Walter Kerschbaumer. He made his debut recital in Vienna in june of this year and performed also in Zurich Bern Lucerne and Copenhagen. Macdonald s Winthrop recital will include Jesu Joy of Man s Bach Ziess variation on a hungarian Brahms son a Ravel three Chopin Mazurka opus 17, no. Chopin and polonaise opus 53 in a Flat Chopin. The Public is invited to attend. Wednesday special Mayonnaise 29c Dukes ground beef 3lbs open til 9 p. M. Tonight Piggy wiggly store 610 e. Pine St. Florence i. C. Santa helpers Marion firemen and their wives Are Busy preparing treats for Santa to give to boys and girls on the streets of Marion this week. Shown bagging fruit and Candy. Include . Tyson Roscoe mr., and . James Grice r. A. Stephenson George Grice d. U. Pace m. B. Edwards or. And Harry Edwards. Wilfo Fly Rowell Georgetown slates Santa Parade Georgetown dec. 3 the Georgetown county ministerial association and uie Junior chamber of Commerce Georgetown Are recently at work planning the 1957 religious Christmas Parade scheduled for december 11. James h. Carter jr., and the Rev. C. D. Williams Are acting As chairmen for the event. Or. Carter said that although plans Are still incomplete he anticipated some 30 entries in t h c Parade. The Parade will carry the theme of the life of Christ with All units being mobilized. He said that even the three bands will ride on floats. Bands scheduled for the p. M. Event include the Winyah High school band the Junior High band Maryvie elementary band and the Howard High band. The billboard people have a lob by. It s a sign of the times. Oranges apples Peck 50c Peck Sweet potatoes 35c Peck Bushel Vaughan s fruit stand 809 e. Palmetto St. Open 9 a. M. To 12 p. M. 7 Days a week station Wagon for 58 new 270 he v-8 now get Roomy ambassador luxury ambassador Comfort ambassador Power in America s smart est station All new ambassador v-8 Cross country by rambler. See it with entirely finest car Ever close to the lowest a. W. Miller Melon sit 5. Irby St., , s. C. Re pre Christmas Sale on All 1957 and 1958 Model appliances from now until Christmas Frigidaire refrigerators extra High Trade in allowance will be allowed during this pre Christmas Sale. Frigidaire washers and save extra Bonus buy now pay 1st payment mar. 1st we also have a Complete line of 1958 appliances and we will be open til 9 p. M. Each night til Christmas no Down payment free and service no reasonable offer refused 147 North Irby Street across the Street from courthouse phone 6901

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