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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - December 8, 1953, Florence, South CarolinaPage it the Florence morning news Florence s. C. Tuesday morning december 8, 1955 deaths and funerals mrs. B. G. Wilson mrs. Beatrice Aline or elfin wit in. 53, of Timmonsville route 2. Cd suddenly at 5 a. Monday t her Home. Furru services will be held at p. In. Today in the Waters Funer 1 Home. Services will he con ducted by the Rev. Dallas Mackey Astor of the St. Paul methodist of Lamar. Burial will be n mount Hope cemetery. Mrs. Wilson was born May 15, 900, a daughter of mrs. Margaet Griffin of Brunswick ga., and the into a s. Griffin of Dothan Ala. She came to Florence in 1916 and attended the City schools. She was a graduate of Florence High school and the Carolina business College of Florence. She was a i inner member of the first Bap is Church. She had moved to her resent residence from Lakeland la six weeks Iko. Surviving Are her husband. War e. Wilson of Timmonsville her Mother two Sisters mrs. L. Her a hit of Florence and . J. T. Of fort Lauderdale three Brothers k. Lamar Riffin of Columbia s. S. Griffin r. Of Carlsville and j. 1c. Griffin if Plant City Fla. Our step laughters mrs. N. Taylor and mrs. E. E. Ayers both of Flor we mrs. Watford of Timmonsville mrs. Eugene Boykin of Sumter one step son h. Elliott Vilson of Dover Fla. They were few in number but floats entered in Florence s Christmas Parade Yos verday were extravagant and colourful. A real Eye Catcher was the entry of Queen City Trail ways a replica for a River Tho Boal Complete with dancing girls music Ond paddle wheel moving off the Stern. Also attracting a share of applause was the float of the Florence Council of Garden clubs Bot the Little lass Riding the float smiled merrily As she tossed artificial snowballs to the crowd. More than persons witnessed the Parade described by Many As the Best we Evor morning news photos by Strickland Quality and Economy. aspirin save most-200 tablets 79c my Sterol Breaks up Chest colds congestion m nost and upper bronchial tubes at the first sign of b Couch. Tore Throat aching Dur to it cold Nib on highly mediated. -011 conf raffia Wui Tutol a prion Nib no v i f Only by incs but a. T. .r.r1. To up i Wal a a Worful off ii f coif to out and Biko i p you can it us . Rotations told Why War should be held sacred anything paid for by the blood of Man is sacred and therefore wars should be held the Rev. Edward Byrd said yesterday in a talk on Pearl la Arbor Day. Addressing the notary club the minister of the first Baptist Church said since the Day world War ii begun. A e have heard the slogan remember Pearl Harbor let us not remember the bitterness and hatred brought about by the War. But let us remember the duties and the preparedness of our men who fought for he told the club world War i was fought to make the world How to relieve bronchitis Arco Mustion relieves promptly because it goes into the bronchial system to help loosen and expel germ Laden phlegm and Aid nature to soothe and heal raw tender inflamed bronchial membranes. Guaranteed to please you or Money refunded. Or compulsion has stood the test of millions of users or emulsion a c.16, Oculi give your Home a with a modern Beauty treatment powder room Contact water closet Southern tates 190 Sanborn Street company apply phone 8351 mrs. Lena m. Dean mrs. Una Mitchell Dean 68, of Gog East Evans St., died in a Kaleigh Hospital sunday at ., where she had been a patient for a week. She was the widow of w. L. Dean. She had been a resident of Florence for 45 years but had been Liv no in Raleigh with Rehi Tives Sime May 1. A funeral service will be held at 2 Today in Raleigh. The body will be brought to the wat ers funeral Home tomorrow morning. Funeral services will be held at 11 . Wednesday in the Immanuel Baptist Church by or. E. E. Colvin pastor. Burial will be in mount Hope cemetery. Mrs. Was a native of Garner . She was born october 9, 1885. She was a member of the Immanuel Baptist Church and of the . Sunday school class the Neal Young Circle of the Church and was a member of the order of the Eastern Star and the . Surviving Are four Sisters mrs. W. 0. Bell and mrs. T. R. Goss both of Raleigh . Mrs. Helen Parker of Silver Springs md., and mrs. L. L. Sandy of Garner two Brothers Harry Mitchell of Garner and Lee Mitchell of fort Stock ton Tex three step children. The body of mrs. Dean will be placed in the Church at . Thomas e. Phillips Marion. Dec. 7 _ Thomas swing Philips 56, died suddenly Oday at 1 Funeral services will be held afternoon at Rom Smith Brothers funeral lome conducted by the Rev. B. Allen. Burial will follow in Rose cometary. Surviving Are his widow the ormer miss Tapps of mar on six daughters mrs. Reba Cas Idy of Darlington. Mrs. Mildred and mrs. Barbara White both f Marion. Jeanette Mary Ann and Roberta Philips of the Home three ions Thomas e. Philips or. Of the air Force Greenville Norris and r. W. Philips of Marion two to others Hobson Philips of Marion and Giles Philips of White Villa n. Ousley named new president by Exchange ifs Art Ousley was elected president f the Florence Exchange club esterday at the weekly meeting the club at the Sanborn hotel. Other officers elected were Ichard Atkinson vice president Ichard p. Morten recording Sec teary and or. S. E. Ham Secre Ary treasurer. Two new members were elected o Board of directors e. Stewart Gregg and d. W. Goff. The annual Sale of napkins was announced with the his club to oin the Sale which was to begin test night and continue through riday. Retiring president j. C. Player announced that installation of the newly elected officers would take lace at the first meeting of the Lub in january. C. 0. Mckissick c. 0. Mckissick 47, died monday at p. At the residence of his Mother mrs. J. E. Mckissick of Hyman funeral will be announced by Louden nire funeral Home. Or. Mckissick was born March 25, 1900. In Florence county a son of mrs. Delia Wise Mckissick and the late j e. Mckissick. He was a member of Prospect methodist Church and a Veteran of world War ii. Surviving is his Mother mrs. Delia Wise Mckissick of Hyman six Brothers Ernest Mckissick a. B. Mckissick and Oliver Mckissick All of Florence Curtis Mckissick Gary Mckissick and be Man Mckissick All of Hyman three Sisters miss Addie Mckissick of Hyman mrs. Daisy an Drews of Florence and miss Sema Mckissick of Charleston. Tornado wracked Vicksburg totals damage and dead Safe for our Outh marched off to War for reasons of saving things that arc dear and sacred to he said. Wars Are commercial in thu in he commented but our men and boys might nut for commercial or. Livid told the club that an other reason for War is to Savi our country from tyranny mid oppression lie said the United states did not fight m that to might in come the world Power but so that Lio nation could become the world Power. Or. Hyrd told the rotarians that after win id War ii was Over tin and even some of the no i who were willing to Lay Down their Ives wasted what was saved for is. From this statement he de Rived that it is easier for a Mai o die for a cause than to live ind endure for a another reason that the in fought was to save of lie said. He said litle almost succeeded in destroying tin lollies of Germany Ali Ali a though that marriage was ill Mold and that children should be bred for for the slate. No Sanctity was re served in relationship of husband and 11 r. Byrd asserted. Would be no Security and 10 stable society if there were no he said. Wars was fought to squelch the Dea of a master race. Hitler nought there was no culture but German culture and that the Cier nans were the master or. 3yrd rotarians there is no rial or rare because god is the lather of All. He said Hie people of the world should live for the cause that so win people have died for. The world is what it be. Cause we arc what we he reminded. Bob so Hofsom or. Club vice president presided. The Bike speaker was introduced by o. S. Program chairman. Visitors were u. S. Sin. Olin d. Jol Inston. Col. . Lini woo of Bishopville. Andy Kaw Catt of Columbia. Hanky car Ter and de Fowler of Timmonsville. W. A. Dabson of Atlanta ga., and Bill Stallworth. Carolina opens Rew Columbia dec. 7 it the i Lii varsity of South Carolina opened religious emphasis ii Ito today. The event will continue through thursday. Prof. Hurry Jenkins of the school of journalism is chair that loosen need not Embarrass Mun Wuu Urt of Tutu Tweh the for plate Uron Ped. Blip two or web Honl i Tomt no nol in Irner of Llilas o you Jim sir Mali it Iliili pants Kwh no Kellne powder an your hold inc tide More dimly. I Ihfe Mimir no Nour. Churka pier Flor Itlen brr Nyhl. Dink Vicksburg miss. Dec. 7 w i his Tornado blasted City today Egan to Bury its. Dead even As i continued to search for others relieved covered by the ruins of the smashed business District. Vicksburg working night and Day to shovel itself out of the wreckage today buried 12 of its 30 dead As the till realization of saturday s tra Gedy settled Over the grief stricken City. Mrs. Catherine la owned acting administrator of Federal civil de Euse arrived Early today from Washington on telephoned Insl Ruc ions from president Eisenhower n Bermuda. The president s envoy explained hat glue the City was eligible for oderal assistance it might be time before the actual Loans would be available. Three t h o u s a n d workers Chi Dizik 1.500 engineers corps a Soune continued to remove mountains of desolation to three City dumps. They used 501 trucks and pieces of heavy equipment. The workers guide continuing inroads on the wreckage recover ing one More body and hearing Wallet and Auto reported stolen mrs. G b. Anderson of Loris route 2 reported to police yester Day that she had lost a Wallet containing and change while shopping in Florence. The Money was contained in a Billfold mrs. Anderson said she lost Between Woolworth s and the Eagle store. In other items on the police blot Ter Vance Johnson of Effingham route 2 Reix irked the theft of a 1m9 Chevrolet. The car. Described As a two door Black Sedan was stolen from a parking place on Lawson St be new Auto firm to open Here Hie 1954 Lincoln Mercury will displayed at the formal opening n Matt motor sales. Dec. 10-12. According to j. P. Hoskins. Sales j . I k. F. Osborne is general Mana i of the new company located i at Fitu s. Irly St. Man. And miss Molly Mucci Igor student chairman. A number of visiting speakers Are on the program. The recovery of another. But Walls and partitions continued to crumble lamp ring the operations. The body of Kay Warren 17, a clerk in her father s sporting goods store was found Early this after noon. She was the daughter of or. And mrs. Ben Warren. Searchers think the body of an unidentified customer remains in uie debris. Less than three weeks before Christmas the City is threatened with a shopping drought. Many civil engineers believe the main shopping District May need a Complete reconstruction warning that Many standing buildings May de veering slightly from their foundations and in danger of falling. The chamber of Commerce assured citizens Many shops will temporary quarters if Salvage some of the yuletide spirit for the stricken City. Another new threat is asphyxiation. Citizens Are burning Char Coal in open containers. Three persons were taken to hospitals and four More were revived in their Homes. The threat declined with the restoration of service throughout a major part of the City. After shivering through a cold and heartless sunday night the City welcomed Bright Sunshine that bathed its clean up operation today. Tonight s forecast however was for another cold degrees in the City and 32 in the and pressures still were Low Jin some Orcas. For m is the repaired main meant inc first warm houses hoi Baths and cooked meals since the Tornado struck. The 1.500 left homeless by the twister found temporary shelter with relatives Relief agencies and in High school gymnasiums. Schools were closed until further notice. Older children helped with digging operations. Offers of Money men and machines poured in from a dozen states including Worcester mass itself a Tornado victim less than six months ago. Oan association gets new quarters Marion dec. 7 the Marion ederal savings and loan Assoc a on marked its 19th year of opera on recently by moving into new quarters. The Bank was organized in 1935 and now has assets of More than to and a Quarter million dollars. F. E. Watson Secretary Anc and treasurer announced that the Hange to the new building was Compa tried by a change from the id pen and Ink method of keep no records to a modern system operated mechanically. Present officers Are w. F. Miles resident a. Rose vice presi ent f e. Watson Secretary am treasurer and mrs. E. L. Graham assistant Secretary and treasurer directors of the association Are v. F. Miles Spencer Harrell w 5. Moore. A. Rose m. C Woods r. And f. E Watson the planet Mercury the Smalles major planet of the Sun is files in diameter. A complexion Don t have itching burning none pimples ease the itch promote Healing fast with Black and White ointment cleanse with Lilack and Whito skin soap. Christmas Loans no nerd for embarrassment just walk in our appliance store and arrange for Tomt Christmas loan you need or phone Little Bath at 4441 Dixie credit co. 175 North irly Street next Dir to employment Offir in Stree Man new Joy scout Leader or Williamsburg Kingstree dec. Pc Seignious Kingstree business Man As been named chairman for the costs of America succeeding dec Basil Ward will serve As vice resident for 1954, and l. K. Mont Omery As District commissioner the election of officers was com lated at a District Council meet no thursday night Rcd the District to Send at Leas representative for the pee Dee Council attended the meet no and talked to the group. He red the District to and at Las be boy to the boy scout ranch n new Mexico this summer. Weather facts Florence and pee Dee data from the United state leather Bureau in Florence Folie 24-hour period ending Las ight. Temperature year year year year la Nelse i Myrtle Beach tide a Washington. Dec. 7 urea report of temperature and rain or the 24 hours ending 8 p. M., in the principal Cotton growing areas and else h. T. Or. Station l. P .46 31 .01 l Angeles 63 44 56 33 Louisell a 54 28 58 34 Memphis 59 34 53 j5 .39 Meridian 61 28 62 30 Miami 82 73 52 33 1.23 Minn sep 39 21 35 .03 Mobile 63 39 39 month my 60 36 29 Montreal 47 39 30 n Orleans 60 46 2s new York 53 48 Norfolk 58 45 39 pita 50 44 32 Phoenix 63 30 32 Pittsburg 46 31 .01 Portland 51 43 1.01 18 Richmond 58 48 40 St Louis 63 34 49 san Tonio 66 30 39 san fran 56 46 29 Savannah 64 43 49 .06seattle 40 35 41 Tampa 72 a r9 Wash ton 53 44 61 Here tation a Penn Ashville All cily Bir Boston Buffalo Charlotte cd Noora no 53 30 innate 50 2.1 Cleveland 49 30 Dallas 6j 39 pm or 51 32 i Ines 51 32 Petroit 50 31 39 18 Kresno 56 40 62 49 Houston 63 39 ind Polis 54 29 Jark Villa 67 Kan City 56 key West 85 kno Nlle 55 32 Wilm ton 64 54 Muriel Crowley of lotto last night elected pee Dee tobacco bowl Queen Over a Field of 12 entries. She t shown Here left receiving her Crown from Kappy Stewart of Florence Host Queen. Miss Crowley 17 years old won her title in Competition Between halves of the tobacco bowl football game. Morning news photo teachers must up grades for ratings Columbia dec. 7 we a teacher must make a 2 per cent better Grade on National teachers examinations than in the past to get a state Grade a certificate. This was announced today by the state department of education. The multiple test exam has required a 530 Point score or better or a Grade a certificate. Hence Forth a score of 548 or better must be made for the top Grade teach no License. Public school teacher pay rates Are geared to the Grade of certificate held. Applications for the next examinations feb. 13 must be in Jan. 23. Examination centers for Whites and negroes Are at Aiken Charles the average depth of the Ocean is feet says the National geographic society. The gambling of geese is credited with saving Rome from invasion by the. Gauls in 390 . Ton Columbia Conway Florence Greenville. Greenwood Orange Burg Rock Hill and Spartanburg. Additional while centers Are at Clemson due West Gaffney Hartsville arid Newberry. Addition Al exam places for negroes Only Are at Dillon Kingstree Sumter and Yemassee. Grade b certificates require a Mark of 373 Points or better Grade a a Mark of 332 Points or better. Lower than 332 draws a certificate. Sleepless because of acini stomach eat 1 or 2 turns at bedtime to neutralize acid fast am Only f Tim Minn make Small repairs before they grow to big ones for. They do you Southern phone 7298 Florence. . Florence every arts of America for example

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