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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - December 8, 1957, Florence, South CarolinaPage 2-a the Florence morning news. Florence s. C. Sunday morning december by Gene Hansaker Torrance Calif. Dec. 7 r grandma and grandpa May have had it belter than they knew at the Little one room schoolhouse. A Public school Here has combined three grades into one class loom and is delighted with the re sults. So Are the pupils and parents. Instead of the traditional group ing of children into classes based on age Walter a school has five primary classes made up of first second and third graders combined and four intermediate classes of intermixed fourth fifth and sixth graders. Administrators say the Multi graders Are ahead of their con temporaries in attitudes arithmetic Reading and language. Younger kids learn from the older the older Are stimulated to assume leadership and responsibility. The kids even hate to go out for one teacher declares. The teachers find stimulation in getting out of the rut of teaching one Grade s same subjects year after year. Now they meet the Challenge of wider capacities among pupils. The program now in its third year involves 300 of the 750 pupils at Walter a. Parents gave resound ing approval of it in a Survey. To the question do you think h is Good to have older and younger pupils in the 90 per cent replied Are you Happy with the Prog Ress of your child in the study per cent Are you Happy with the Prog Ress of your child in the study per cent is your child Happy with his per cent do. You think your children have shown More improvement in the 3 r s than they would have in a straight per cent do you think 3 our children have shown More social develop ment As a result of being with a wide age Range per cent do you think your children Are taking More interest in school this 81 per cent. The youngsters themselves approved Irma upgrading. Sixty nine per cent said it was easy to make a report or talk to the class. Seventy six per cent thought their teachers liked them. Walter a school s modern one buildings sprawl across quiet Green grounds in this grow ing suburb 25 Miles South of los Angeles. Originator of the Little Hec schoolhouse study As it s now sailed was or. Walter Rehwoldt Highway loan asked Athens Bee. 7 of officials Lay a loan of about 150 million dollars would expedite the construction of a first Glass Highway linking Yugoslavia Greece Anc Turkey. Proposals have been discussed at recent meetings of european ministers of communications As a step to promote tourism. A greek proposal to seek loan from some International financing organization is under consideration. I schoolhouse Cess Ful in 1948-56 director of instruction to classroom programs. The Torrance unified school social growth takes place. Strict now assistant school learn More from pupils intendant at Barstow Are different from them. Warren w. Hamilton principal Don mul of special services for the says teachers were helped Rance schools joined him in study for which each received not go All. The Way Back doctor of education degree the Little red schoolhouse and the University of Southern All grades in one room interest would be too Dif they found that Multi Grade or. Hamilton says. A Pils improved in maturity and can t spread herself that Havior and had a better toward and Hamilton say they also found Only two drawbacks older children learn More Multi grading some teachers helping younger children. Reluctant tto accept it. And or children profit and learn is a shortage of materials he stimulation of the older the combined classes. Dren. Says Hamilton it a such groups Are More that several schools in t wide Range of experience will Start this program capacity brings greater South Carolina Many pee Dee promoted to new the South Carolina in Cheraw a. F. Hermann Bank announced a series of promoted from assistant Man motions for pee Dee Bankers to assistant cashier of the week including three in in Cheraw. He joined the j. P. Brothers was promoted of the in Anderson in vice president in charge of after having been associated Florence main his family in a wholesale cot goods firm in new York City. William j. Raffield was was born in Brooklyn n. Y., moved from assistant manager graduated from the hemp assistant vice president in High school in new York. Of the Dargan Evans office is also a graduate of Colgate Haffield was born in Sumter he is vice president graduated from the High he Lions club and treasurer there. He joined the staff of the it a in Cheraw As Well Bank at Sumter in 1952 and being a member of the Ca transferred to Florence in society. He is a member of having been in charge of the first Baptist Church. Gan Evans office since its ill january of this year. He is Dillon. Elrid m. Moody member of the Lions the been promoted from manager Ber of Commerce and the assistant vice president in civic orchestra. He is a of the Dillon Bank. He is of the Central methodist native of Dilion a graduate of High school and of the Joe f. Copeland was he joined the staff of the from assistant manager to in Charleston in 1950 and ant cashier of the Bank s main transferred to Dillon in late fice Here. He is a native of he is a member of the i Shaw and a graduate of club the Dillon county High school. He attended the of Commerce and is lege of Charleston and the of the District boy scouts varsity of South Carolina. Also he is a member joined the staff of the Bank he american legion the vet 1849. He is a member of the of foreign wars the masons mists the chamber of the Dillon country club. He the Junior chamber of served As an official in tire boy the american legion and the finance drive the county ence Little theatre Guild. Campaign and the National he is treasurer for the for infantile paralysis. County chapter of the National is a member of the Baptist Socia Tion for infantile he is a member of the first list Church and a member of la Jackson has been Sanctuary to assistant cashier of Bank in Dillon. He is a native in Chehaw John w. Augusta and a graduate was promoted to assistant Richmond Academy he president in charge of the the banking Field in augus Carolina National and joined the staff of the South he is a native of Chesterfield National Bank in 1952 in was president of the Jackson office. Of the Savannah chamber of Commerce in 1956 project. He was transferred is a member of the Cheraw Dillon in 1955 he is a member try club. He is a member of the rotary club and the Dillon first methodist Hurch of chamber of Commerce As a trustee of the Church its As the Dillon country club. Or and a member of the Board is a member of the first Bap stewards As Well As being Church of Dillon and an. Officer or of the men s Bible the sunday school department. Wait for to sing at Moore school m monday night Moore or. High . Will n i a a r n entertained by miss Betty Ann i l la Elm chorus group after a Short meeting monday night deaths funerals Asbury Floyd Lake City dec. 7 Asbury w. Bub Floyd 72, Farmer of fit. 1, Lake City died saturday afternoon at his Home following a Long illness. Funeral services will be conducted at. 3 . Sunday rom the Newtown free will Bap list Church by the Rev. Thomas Mellette the Rev. Herbert Floyd and the Rev. Fitzhugh Mckenzie. Burial directed by Brockington funeral Home will be in uie Church cemetery. Or. Floyd was a son of the late Samuel and Lizzy oleum Floyd of the Barrineau Community. He was the husband of mrs. Annie Smith Floyd. He attended the Barrineau pentecostal holiness Church. Surviving besides his widow Are four sons Thaddeus Floyd Clem us and Napoleon Floyd All of Lake City and Theodore Floyd Sumter three daughters mrs. Marie minis and mrs. Letha Odom both of Sumter and mrs. Beulah Dubose Alcolu a sister mrs. Olivia Miles Scranton 31 grand children and nine great grandchildren. Pallbearers will be Lonnie Floyd Horace Floyd j. D. Floyd Kelley Floyd lev Beard and c. R. Mckenzie. Robert trogner Hartsville dec 7 Robert w Stogner 76, died Early Satur Day morning an extended illness. He was born n society Hill and moved to Hartsville when a Young Man and was one of the oldest employees of Monoco products co. He was married to the late miss Beulah Carter who died in 1956. Funeral services will be held at 3 . Sunday from the residence. His pastor the Rev. Davis m. Sanders of Hie first Baptist Church will officiate. Interment will be in the Magnolia cemetery. Surviving Are one daughter mrs. 0. L. Hena Turnage of Hartsville and one granddaughter miss Sandra Tunnage. Mrs. J. C. Pope Timmonsville. Dec. 7 mrs. J. C. Pope 82, of Turbeville died today in a Manning Hospital after a Brief illness. 3 . Sunday from Olive Grove Baptist Church near Turbeville conducted by the Rev. Ray rum soy the Rcv. Or. Smith and the Rev. Jack fils of. Burial directed by Floyd funeral Home of Ola la will follow in the Church cemetery. The body will remain at the funeral Home until p. Sunday when it will be taken to the Church. Mrs. Pope was the former Len Nie caste of Turbeville where she spent her entire life. She was a member of Olive Grove Baptist Church. Surviving Are two sons. 0. Pope Manning w. N. Pope Miami Fla. A brother John Cas teen Jacksonville Fla. Two granddaughters and one grandson. The family will be Al the Home of mrs. T. E. Gibson in Turbe Ville. Lake View also several nieces and nephews. Flowers infant Scranton dec. 7 grave Side funeral services for the in Fant daughter of or. And mrs. La mar p. Flowers of Scranton were conducted saturday morning in the Jonoah Southern methodist Church directed by Brockington funeral Home. The infant died in a Florence Hospital Friday night. Her Mother was the former Polly Clemmons of it. 1, Lake City. Survivors be sides her parents Are her paternal grandparents or. And mrs. Lon Nie Flowers Seranton and the maternal grandparents or. And mrs. Ernest Clemmons Lake City. , tobacco Man Dies at Home Lake City dec. 7 w. Wesley singltary 66, business Man and tobacco warehouseman died at . Saturday after an illness of several weeks. Funeral services will be held at 3 . Monday from the Lake City Baptist Church conducted by his pastor he Rev. A. W. Brickie assisted by the Rev. W. A. Boyd the Rev. Ross Johnson the Rev. Morgan Rogers and the Rev. W. E. Abrams of Stuart Fla. Inter ment will be i the City cemetery directed by Epps funeral Home. Pallbearers will be Robbie As Kins or. J. D. Whitehead or. Herman Singletary judge Ashton Williams Ervin Burch l. L. Propst sr., w. A. Mcclam nor Man Epps Marion Fowler Dar Gan Mcelveen Murray Mclendon Joe Dew l. T. Coward Tom Perrin Harold Hunt w. E. Burns and k. E. Hill. Friends who can and will Are asked to serve As honorary pall bearers. Or. Singletary was Horn and reared in Florence county a son funeral services will be held Al of lne late Hampton n. And a the Ideal Winter paint Mado Only by Gladden to taint food or irritate your nose. Use room right away. To in clean most Beautiful most washable easiest to use paint Ever made Furnace soot won t cling. Of Giddel on like magic no Iasi or Farih Marks darlot in 20 minutes caves Matt Jurf Acel Standf extreme Auto guarantied wait Auto try a quart Al Homol p. W. Mcinnes paint and tire co. N. Mcoueen St. Florence s. C. Robert Moore Sumter dec. 7 Robert q. Moore 78, Farmer of Olanta died suddenly at his Home this after noon. Or. Moore had been in ill health for sometime. He was a member of the Olanta Baptist Church and the Norwood Grange. Surviving Are four daughters mrs. J. C. Slaughter of Darling ton mrs. W. T. Nesbitt of Lynch Burg mrs. A. G. Humphrey of Timmonsville mrs. Francis nes Bitt of i Lynchburg Orrt son j. P. Rinda Ada Courteney. When he was a Small child he was adopted by an Uncle w. J. Singletary. He was educated at Furman University where he was an outstand ing athlete and at Wake Forest where Ite studied to be a medical missionary. He was appointed honorary colonel by both the Gover nor of South Carolina and the governor of Virginia. He was an Active member of the Lake City Baptist Church and was president of the men s Bibb class for a number of years. He served three terms on the town Council and served As mayor of Lake City for one term. He was past president of the chamber of Commerce. Or. Singletary came to Lake City As a cashier of the Farmers and merchants National Bank and after about two years went into the warehouse business in 1919 and was Active until his death. He was president of the South Carolina Border Belt warehouse Assn. For 12 consecutive Vears and forecast Snow or Snow flurries Are expected sunday Over Eastern shores of great lakes and Central and Northern appalachians. Rain mixed with Snow is Likely along coast of Maine southward to Massachusetts. Snow will be located Over Northern plateau Region while rain is Likely Over coast of Georgia and South Carolina. A photo tax mop weather facts temperatures highest 73 year ago 76. Lowest 43 year ago 49. Mean 58 year ago 63. . 48 . 66. Rain none year ago none. Total this month .11. Deviation from Normal minus .53. Total this year 41.90. Deviation from Normal minus 1.82. Sunrise . Sunset . Myrtle Beach tides High . . Low . . River stages at 8 . Wateree Camden missing. Great pee Dee Cheraw 11.4 rising. Great pee Dee pee Des 23.2 falling. Lynches Effingham 10.0 fall ing. Albany Albu qut Amarillo Ash evil in Atlanta Bir Ham six Mart by Tek rtt Boston Buffalo c. Hat As Cha Ston Charlotte Chicago Cincin to Clevel d Columb i Denver Detroit Duluth Al Paw Worth 59 37 n t or. 58511.75 74 51 58 43 .93 59 47 2.09 75 68 27 19 67 55 .56 by the associated press weather Bureau report of temperatures High last 12 hours Low last 18 hours and rainfall last 24 hours a tag 7 ., for selected areas station ii l or. Tratton 47 37 of Knoxel left 55 26 l Angeles 64 25 Louisville 5z 50 .28 Memphis 60 53 m Miami 5753 1.11 Minn sep 31 24 .21 n Orleans new York 52 40 .35 54 44 .02 Norfolk g7 51 4735 1.14 Omaha 28 w 58 okla City 55 29 68 33 Phua 31 30 .27 .15 Phoenix 63 37 38 34 plot Burx 53 38 .70 55 39 .107 port d me 47 38 .02 53 35 1.24 Raleigh 55 36 .62 Rich d 68 53 4b 23 .06 St. Houlb 35 33 .44 36 21 .42 s Antonio 70 52 .02 24 5 san fran 57 45 Savannah Seattle 52 43 39 31 75 59 sunday during this time he helped to Uganiza the Bright Belt warehouse i Assn. Which covers All of the flue a cured area of tobacco and was vice president for three cons ecu i live terms. When South Carolina warehousemen formed their own association and withdrew f r o m j lira Bright Belt Assn. He was first president and also member Galves n 61 57 .35 Spokan cry Man Tampa forecast North Carolina rain ending West portion before noon and East portion in afternoon or evening. Cooler East portion. High sunday near 50 mountains to near 60 lower coast. Partly Cloudy and becoming colder Sun Day night and monday. South Carolina Cloudy and cooler with occasional rain sunday and sunday night. High around 60. Georgia Cloudy and mild with occasional rain in the South portion and rain and fog in the North portion sunday. Cooler South sunday. High in 50s North and in the 60s South. Know the weather Sun rays behind change of much Earth weather by e. Ii. Sims Why is the Sun called the Generator of the Earth s weather the heat from the Sun s rays warm the air by Healing the Earth. Heat from the surface of the Earth rises causing convection and the movement which forms Clouds. Omar Clown name officers the Omar imps famous Clown unit of the pee Dee shrine club has reelected John Besse As director. Kenneth priest is first assistant director and Wylie love was re elected second assistant director. N. Vaughn was reelected treasurer and t. H. Mcpherson re elected Secretary Ervin Eisenman was named publicity director for another term. The imps performed yesterday in the annual shrine bowl game in Charlotte n. C. Vow ladies chief coming for session the National chief of staff of the veterans of foreign wars auxiliary will visit a District meeting Here tuesday night. Mrs. Bernice Conrad of Harri Sonburg va., will be Here As part of her official visit to South Caro Lina. The meeting will he held at the Florence vow Post Home. A dutch supper will begin at 7 p. M., with the meeting set for 8. Mrs. Luther Croft and Jurf. Elizabeth Harris have made plans for the session. Mrs. Conrad will make an address to the group beverages catch on Tokyo dec. 7 Ufi Western alcoholic beverages Are catching on fast in Japan. Kyodo news service says Japan produced 12 million Gallons of Occidental alcoholic drinks in 1956. That was almost twice the pre War High and 2 million Gallons More than the total for 1955. The special program will he the j Moore of Olanta 10 grandchildren the sales committee and n. Number of nieces and at present he was a partner in Singletary warehouse president of Only concert to be Given by the chorus at Christmas. A Large at Tendance is expected. Among numbers t Obe presented Are Gloria in it came upon a i Midnight come of come and other familiar carols. In addition to the concent. Miss Wannamaker s Art pupils will exhibit their work in the auditorium. Mrs. E. D. Guyton program chairman and or. H. B. Powell president said they anticipate a Large attendance for the Decem Ber meeting. Arrangements Are in Complete. The body is at the Shel Ley Brunson funeral Home i sum Ter. Joseph Page Lake View dec. 7 Joseph Page. 67. Son of the late Alex and Martha Page died at his Home in Lakeland Fla., wednesday morn ing. Graveside funeral services will be held in the Page family cemetery sunday afternoon. Or. Page is survived by one sister mrs. Charlie Hayes of Lake View two Brothers oly Page of nor Folk va., and Winston Page of City wreck rate tagging behind last year s Pace the Singletary Gin co. President of w. Wesley Singletary and son. Inc. President of the Singletary j fertilizer co., and was a member of the Board of directors and finance committee of the Lake City slate Bank. Surviving Are his widow m r s. Ethel Spivey Singletary of the Home two sons w. J. Singltary and Paul s. Singletary both of Lake City one daughter m r s. James Driggers of Lake City one half brother. . Courteney of Lake City. The City of Florence is running under lost year s 11-month total of Auto accidents and fatalities. Capt. Charles Garrison of the City to ice traffic division revealed Yos Cray. Knife not a weapon Mexico City dec. 7 my Mexico s supreme court has ruled a Kitchen knife is not a lethal weapon if it has a round tip. J Jose Luis Hernandez Escartin i was sentenced to six months in i prison for carrying a knife with Tram in policemen will main a of More rec inclines Tain extra vigilance during t h i month Garrison in order to curb the usual of accidents. He snid that Friday and sulier iday from ii . To . Is the Mccun Luiis to traffic Accident accidents occur Porti accidents this year so fur number 40-1. Compared to for the period last year. Four were killed last year Anil three so far this year. Police said weapon. La Quindt z court a to Ted Lippoli Kildun ii it was an illegal -1 appealed. The High i knife free. Was nol illegal and set him Garrison warned that december is usually the dead Liest month for motorists. Three last year came in de Cember. They were pedestrians. Total number of accidents topped All others in december 1956, the reports show with s3. Reports show ,17 wrecks in no vember of this year within the City a pile up Al the inter Section of Cherokee and Irby so reel. Injured five. There were no other person ii injuries during Ilic month. G be him a Schaefer gift certificate Schaefer suits to so Froeter sport Coats. To Schaefer trousers. To work mob flannel suits Schoefer Tuxedo suits Schaefer full dress suits tails. Schoefer White dinner jackets Clyburn the tailor 151 East Evans you Are cordially invited to hear these messages by w. F. Anderson the incarnation a body Hast thou prepared me a new baby is disturbing the Chapel second Loop Road bodies of water do not absorb the Sun s heat As quickly As does land and therefore hotter air Over land rises pulling in cooler air Over water near the coast and larger lakes creating wind. As air rises because of he Sun s heal it is cooled and Clouds in variably originate when Cooling changes the moisture of rising contracting air into visible drops. As the air rises and is cooled its moisture capacity is reduced but actual moisture in t thus the creation of Clouds. So the Sun is the Generator of Clouds winds and precipitation. Super Kem tone for the easiest loveliest decorating possible dim Schom Ruth super. Kern tone the inter Wall paint that on to easily thai amateurs can do a fess ional looking Job. In. An hour. One gallon Don tha average room choose from Over 100 colors. You can charge it. Uit your credit of Ihli you do elsewhere. Ail any Mem Ber of our staff about arranging for a charge account. Sherwin Williams 134 s. Dargan St phone 2-1411 Florence s. C. By or. J. D. Young you Hove noticed Thot when you sit in in unusual or cramped position for a Short time different parts of your body go to sleep or become numb. This is caused by pressure on a nerve leading to the affected area when the vertebrae in the spinal column Bend out of position in poor posture they Pinch the nerves which omit be tween each Vertebra thereby shutting off the nerve to the part that nerve supplies. You can readily see by 1his that a person who has bad posture cannot been tirely Well. If one of the nerves leading to the heart is being pinched then the heart will not function properly. A pinched nerve to the intestines will cause intestinal malfunction. The chiropractor is rained especially to work with it nervous system and spin til column by making a thorough examination often with a rays and always with euro Calomeres he can do Termine the exact spot where your nerves Are being pinched and he can Correct it. The moment the correction is made nerve Force starts flowing properly Over nerves Ond a Liture repairs the affected organs. The modern trend in health it to chiropractic. A Public education article written by or. J. D. Young whose clinic is located of 415 a Palmetto St. In Florence. Telephone 2-2991, lady attendant an duly Young chiropractic clinic or. J. D. Young 415 West Pai motto Street Florence a c. Phone

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