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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - December 10, 1953, Florence, South CarolinaThursday morning december 10, 1953 the Florence morning news Florence s. C. Page a a forestry leaders talk conservation forestry Board members from and Mary Frances Alexander Sec de. From six counties of the pee Dee met Reary. With area legislative leaders Here yesterday to help formula a for est conservation program for 1954. Mis approximately 50 persons attended de the meeting in the masonic Hall. The group enjoyed a Chicken dinner. C. H. Flory state forester of Columbia Jed the main discussion on the program of the s. C. State commission of forestry. He told the group the sales value of Forest products in South Caro Lina mounted to 349 million dollars in 1952. This value could in time be More than doubled by landowners applying sound forestry principals to their Woodlands Flory said. Among other subjects discussed were assisting landowners with adequate Forest fire control Forest management services insect and disease control and Forest tree services offered by the South car Olina state commission of forestry. The group went on record As recommending the requirement of a permit to Burn Brush in Fields. The group also advocated giving gov. Byrnes the authority to set a specific burning the forestry Board members and the forestry commission expressed appreciation to the people of South Carolina for their cooperation and to various newspapers for invaluable assistance in educating our people to the importance of preventing Forest fires selective harvesting of Forest products and planting Idle land to a. L. Kunz District forester was Host for the meeting. Other District forestry personnel attending were John l. Leroy. Robert n. Mccombs w. M. Lindsey Forest ers c. Ray Anderson Ranger Johnsonville High officers Are picked for current term Johnsonville dec. 9 John Sonville High school class officers h Ere chosen for this term at meet Ings Here recently. The senior class elected the Fol lowing Billy Altman president Ann Poston vice president Ginger Tanney Secretary Mary Lou John Ion treasurer. Eleventh Grade Frances Morris president Judy Ann Powell vice president Nella Rae Venters Secretary Barbara Chapman treasurer Frances Humphries and Doro thy Cox reporters. Tenth f Ellen Altman presi Dent Primmie Lee Creel vice president Bobby Poston Secre tary treasurer. Tenth c Fannie Joe Powell president Erna Grace Mathews vice president Betty Furches Sec rotary treasurer Dorothy hucks reporter. Ninth p Esther Floyd president in addition to Flory these other officials from the forestry Cony Mission s Columbia office attend d John Witherspoon w. M. Barton e. P. Price Nelson peach John Tiller. Members of the Darlington county forestry Board attending were Richard Coker chairman d. Car Cook and de Flowers also at tending from Darlington county Alton Yarborough unit rang and rep. Ernest l. Cook. Making up the Dillon delegation and James r. C. Calhoun of the Dillon county forestry Board Ernest s. Oliver Dillon unit Ranger and rep. J. P. Mclaurin also attended. Attending from Florence county s forestry Board were d. I. Brown chairman and j. W. Me Lendon. Unit Ranger Preston ten Dall attended along with the Fol owing representatives j. D. Dusenbury Phillip b. Finklea am George s. Harrell. Horry county forestry boar member j. W. Holliday and uni Ranger w. E. Watts made up Thi Horry delegation. J. C. King chairman and t. C Atkinson represented the Marioi county forestry Board while Hoy Darlington county uni Ranger Bruce Tarrant Clark at tended along with county forestry Board members Colin Mclaurin chairman and j. R. Bryant. Harts due High school s student Council officers c Oil smiles Here As they take time out for a photo. Heading up the student group for the current term is sue Delle Wilkes pres ident seated. Standing left to Opal Wilkes Charles Goodson vice president and Jennie tarte. Photo for the morning news by John Moore Hartsville county credit group becomes member owned the Florence production credit association held its 20th annual stockholders meeting saturday in he county court House. Or. John r. Clavius in president presided Over the meeting while or. J. C. Moore vice president if the production credit Corpora Linn delivered the principle address. .1. E. Myers and g. I. Finklin were re elected directors of the association for a three year term each. Or. Moore presented to or. Claussen a certificate of com plete member ownership for the association. According association retired on nov. 30 the remaining of government capital Santee association baptists hold mobilization services special to the morning news Sumter dec. By 300 persons assembled at the Bethel Baptist Church monday lorm night of the Santee Baptist training Union association to my Belize plans for advancement in 1954. Thirteen churches were represented with nine pastors and 12 directors present. The Rev. Wallace Taylor pastor of the Lynchburg pleasant Grove and Elliott Baptist churches and director of the Santee Baptist training Union association work presided. Song service was directed by the Rev. M. A. Hutto Pas Tor o f Southside Baptist Church. Goals for the coming year were Shirley Jones vice president Dolly Jean Davis Darlene Newell treasurer Ella Russell Cox reporter. Ninth d Elmer Huggins chair Man Ronald Brock president Peggy Jean Powell vice president Judy Mckenzie Secretary. Eighth w Stanley Hanna presi Dent Roddy Johnson vice presi Dent. Eighth f Orchie Powell presi Dent sue Altman vice president Secretary Jimmy Johnson treasurer. Dedication planned for Mullins Church a Tollins dec. 9 officers of the Mullins presbyterian Church have announced the entire indebted Ness on the Church has been met. Plans Are being made for the dedication of the Church building next sunday. The e. G. Beckman pastor of of the Indiantown presbyterian Church near Hemingway will con duct the dedicatory service. Or. Beckman is the former Pas Tor of the Mullins Church. It was during his pastorate that the new Church was built. Negro teachers meet Darlington dec. 9 negro teachers of Darlington county Gath ered met at the Spaulding High school in Lamar for the third meet ing of the current school year. The teachers heard a report from the House of delegates and saw a film during the program. The january meeting will be connected with the sixth congressional District meeting. E. J. Bonaparte Heads the organization. Greenville rabbi to speak at Coker Hartsville dec. 9 rabbi Milton Gerald Miller of Temple Israel synagogue in Greenville will speak at Coker College thursday. The Young rabbi who was ordained this year is to address the student body and faculty at the regular . Assembly per Iod in the school auditorium. His subject is the Bible and Civili rabbi Miller is appearing at Coker under the auspices of the jewish society. Following his Assembly address he will talk informally at an open meeting of a class in the history of civilization. A representative or the jewish Chautauqua society vis its the local College each year. Johnsonville High names miss i miss Johnsonville dec. 9 Mary Alice Cox has been named As Johnsonville High schools 1954 i she will represent the school at the annual miss i miss week end at Winthrop College next Spring. The Honor is awarded each year to a senior girl from each High set out three additional training unions 400 new members 700 study course awards 14 churches report ing study course awards 20 churches in crusade to enlist Ai members in daily Bible Reading and prayer 20 training unions com to putting on crusade to in crease prayer service attendance so attendance of 1954 a night 50 to attend Spring regional convention 20 to attend state Conven Tion and nine in attendance Ai the associational officers planning meeting. A film strip portraying the train ing Union theme for 1954, keep ing the was shown by e. H. Rhame jr., with narration by miss Elsie m. Arledge. Officers to serve the coming year Are the Rev. Wallace Taylor. Lynchburg director the Rev Ware Madden pastor Summerton Baptist Church associate direct or Lester Hudson Sumter Adul eader Wilbur Johnson Manning Young Peoples Leader miss Annie sue Bradham Man Ning intermediate Leader mrs. S h. Bostick Sumter Story Hou Leader miss Celeste Kolb sum _ Ter pianist Rev. D. B. Ward Pas of mind and soul he said. Or. Clarendon Baptist Church Al Olu. Chorister Rev. Luther night pastor Salem Baptist Hurch Sumter. Pastor s advisor and mrs. Heyward l. Osteen Sumer Secretary treasurer. A giant outdoor Christmas tree As lighted and hundreds of col Raul electric lights glowed in sym in trial Beauty and kaleidoscopic radiance. The tree is now in its events year of showing and is a yuletide treat attracting Hundred f visitors yearly. The Rev. Edward l. Byrd Pas in of the first Baptist Church Florence delivered the keynote message of the evening scripture ext Mark have Faith in n or. Byrd pointed out that these times with Man daily learn no the secrets of the universe with the Power to use for Good or evil he is inclined to think he can take care of himself and is really rather wonderful himself but that this is a deadly fallacy. For the More we Are permitted to come upon divine Laws the More imperative it is for Man to draw closer to his1 creator for Only will this Harmony give peace which was this enables the achieve a goal of Complete Farmer member ownership Wirich was set 20 years ago when the production credit association came into being. They were to create a system fitted to the Farmer s financial and seasonal needs. According to j. Mcc. Martin Secretary treasurer records show the Florence p. C. A. Was organized on nov. 9, 1933, when a Small group met at Florence with Agri cultural leaders and a representative of the production credit corporation to organize the association and elect directors. The association began business n 1934 and Lent the first year. There Are now 1660 Mem Bers with total Loans running about annually. Loans made since organization of class a Stock by Nicin is have been at a very Low figure. Capital assets owned by Mem Bers now amount to More than s236.000. The Purchase of More than of class a Stock by Mem-5 Bers make it possible for us retire the last of the government capital at this time Martin said. Present officers and directors Are or. J. H. Claussen president j. E. Myers vice president l. L. Benton g. 1. Finklea and w. Claude Langston directors. J. Mcc. Martin Secretary treasurer and Sally j. Stackley assistant Secretary treasurer and senior bookkeeper. Minister Calls for patriotism in legion talk Fly staff correspondent Lynchburg dec. B Rev. Dallas Mackay of Lamar chaplain of civilian International and a Lead ing figure in american legion activities addressed a joint meeting of the Lynchburg legion Post and auxiliary Here last week. In his talk the listing minister called for a re Survance of americanism pointing out that we must not forget the work of our heroes in past wars. Or. Mackey was introduced by d. E. Stoudenmire. At the banquet the legionnaires were feted by the legion auxiliary. The unit was called to order by mrs. D. E. Stoudenmire. President. Department commander Martin k. Rosefield of Sumter led the pledge of allegiance to the Flag. C. A. Vin cent led the singing of the National Anthem. Betty Ann Cribbs and Betty Jean association to Bradley song two numbers accompanied on the piano by mrs. Rob Ert Vassey. The preamble to the Constitution was Given by w. E. Mclntosh or. Commander of the Post. The Rev. Wallace Taylor pronounced tile invocation. Introduced As special guests were mrs. C. D. Gorman president of the s. C american legion auxiliary Gorman commander Rose Field and mrs. Ros Riold Nicky to Claussen the Darlington Church makes Fine report Darlington dec. 8 at the first quarterly conference Trinity methodist Church made a Lute re port of activities. The visiting District superintendent tee Rev. J. F. Trammel of Lake City complimented officials on the report. He said that it was the Best made of any of the churches which he had visited thus far in his new District. The minister also occupied the pulpit of the Church at the regular morning service and delivered a Sermon. The superintendent re places the Rev. Paul Whitaker now at St. Stephens. The Board of stewards of Trinity Church for the coming year Are As follows j. S. Killgo. Chairman f. L. Muldrow vice chairman j. P. Brunson or. Judge e. C. Dennis e. C. Dennis jr., w. P. Dubose p. L. Howie Jerome Pate Arthur homers j. I. Pearce. Or. Richard Davis treasurer j. C. Dewitt h. W. Conder j. R Gilchrist. R. L. Kilgo d. L. Holley b. M. Hartzog Cecil Arnold or. P. P. Phillips jr., Laurie Lawson Newton Howie. G. B. Gardner e. P. Mullen Dore c. S. Mcfadden h. C. King and j. Daniel. Faculty member at Lynchburg. Mrs. Gorman and Rosefield brought greetings from the amen can legion and auxiliary stale offices. Lake City names officers for year by a 8uk Lake City dec. City Goun in of Lake City held its annual ejection of officers and employees monday night. The Council meeting held in City Lall presided Over by mayor w. Al. Singletary. Attending Council nobers were e. C. Bowen l. B. Cook j. D. Mcelveen c. J. Svans Roland Burroughs and Ames Welch. Re elected were m. A. Hinds chief of police Walter Moody chief of fire department l. L. Conyers superintendent of Street department and Forest c. Rogers superintendent of water depart ment. Also re elected were h. J. Veal assistant chief of police along with other members of the police department James Braveboy Jack Hannam c. J. Gaskins Walter Moody and Clarence Pegues be to other City positions Gro. Elected were Walter Kennedy fireman Carl Dennis assistant water superintendent v. L. Lyerly health department r. R. Whitlock City at Torney w. B. Nettles recorder mrs. George Duke clerk with miss Pat Thompson assistant were Al so included. In the old Days the victors made a War pay for itself. Now you lose if you win. Darlington youngsters to attend Yule party Darlington dec. 9 a party or underprivileged children o Darlington is being planned to Christmas morning to be held i the american legion hut. The annual affair begun a be years ago brings together each Christmas morning boys and girls from All sections of the Darling ton area. They will be visited by Santa Claus. Toys fruits and candies will be distributed to the children. From Korea and or. Floyd when you care enough to Send the very Best Down 18 months to pay choose from our wide selection of Christmas sentiments. Baker typewriter co. 129 Street dial 5622 Florence s. C. We give Green Stamps Belk s Florence s. C. School in the state. It is sponsored by the Rock Hill Colleg. Mary Alyce was selected on the basis of Scholastic average personality and personal attractive Ness. She is the daughter of or. And mrs. Herman Cox of Johnson Ville. The family car ceases to be a family car if there is a teen age son in the family. 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