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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - December 15, 1957, Florence, South CarolinaSunday morning december 15, 1957 the Florence morning news. Florence. P. C. Robert Macdonald played last night Page la pee Dee Roundup cancer hems Home demonstration status discussed at Bennettsville dec. 14 an open meeting held earlier this week at Marlboro courthouse was for the purpose of discussing the location of the South Carolina Home demonstration service. Local alumnae of Winthrop col lege arranged the session. The purpose of the meeting was to inform interested persons of the Home demonstration situation and to answer questions by these peo ple. The Pii Ogram was moderate native son thrills Dillon music lovers special to he news Dillon dec. 14 music lovers of this Section thrilled last night to the playing of a native son who. Performed As an accomplished musician before a Folk and neighbors. The show was the culmination of much musical education. I would t have believed it was possible to be exposed to such a concentrated dose of music in so Short a Bobby Macdonald Young Dillon pianist said As he related some of his experiences during his three years study in Vienna. In the first place i found it necessary to practice at least six Livours a Day. In fact before my final concert i was averaging fight to Fen hours a Day at the completed the six year course at the Academy of music i three years. But in addition to the practice and the sessions with my instructor twice a he continued. There were the concerts. The other students and i would j rarely Roniss a night attending a concert and in Vienna there were de by miss Hortense Rogers of Bennettsville. Attending from Winthrop and Rock Hill pres. Henry. R. Sims miss Juanita a. Neely re tired state Home demonstration agent mrs. Jean Richards Rod Dey and miss Eleanor Foxworth of the College administrative staff. Also present was j. F. Mclaurin of Bennettsville a Legisla Tive elected member of the Board of trustees of Clemson College. Presenting the history of Home demonstration work before 1914 was mrs. Walter d. Johnson of Mccoll. Mrs. Colin Mclaurin of Bennettsville discussed the Smith in or act the Clemson Winthro p agreement. Of 1914 and the joint Resolution of the South Carolina general Assembly in 1915. The beginning of the work with farm women and the inauguration of the Short course for Home agents by or. D. B. Johnson first president of Winthrop was p r e two o r More to choose from every a seated by mrs. H. K. Christopher night. In fact during the music Clio. Festival it was hectic trying to choose which concert to attend. We would often attend the first halt of one then sneak into an other for the second half. For the first eight months of the first sear i kept concerts. Then i stopped when asked about the language problem he faced in studying abroad. Bobby said he found it much less difficult than he expect the More or less Universal language of music and musical terms helped a lot. On he said and added that his Landlady. Land sex German instructor also excerpts from letters by Clem son and Winthrop officials and members of the Extension service during the first years of the Home demonstration service were read by miss Sara Rogers Ville. Pres. Sims discussed develop ments from 1955 to 1957 which led to the removal of Home Demon stration Headquarters from w i n Throp to Clemson. As the retired stale Home demonstration agent. Miss Neely told the group that she was glad she did not have to labor under a views expressed before hearing to Aid delegation the Marne or Newt Sibl Floa Baum Washington dec. 14 the views expressed by South carolinians at a meeting of the state s congressional delegation in co Lumbia this month will provide valuable help to members of he delegation in determining a legislative course to follow in the 1958 congressional session. Rep. John l. Mcmillan chairman of inc delegation said today. The Florence legislator. Con Gressman from the sixth congressional District said that about everything that was discussed be fore the delegation at the meet ing is bound to come before con Gress during the next i think it is a wonderful thing to have meetings of this Type so the members of the delegation will be cognizant of the Peoples he added. There seemed to be general agreement that something has to he done about the farm he said. They want something done to keep the Small Farmer in operation. There will be a new farm Bill written in the next session i think. At least that s what we in tend to do. These ideas we received in Columbia will be of valuable assistance to us in a gave him a lot of help. J broken contract. I the Vienna Academy of music defending removal of Home dem the largest music school in on stration Headquarters to Clem son Mclaurin said that the serv ice operated More economically from Clemson. Combined Lake City choirs set cantata special to the news Lake City dec. 14 Christmas cantata will be presented dec. 22 at . In the Lake City presbyterian Church by that City and is one of the most widely recognized in the world. Government supported it has an enrolment of some 500 students. Bobby had Praise for the school s method of teaching although it j differed from the american Way. I his master class of 12 soil j dents would meet twice a week with the professor for a session i that would last the entire after noon. During this session various pupils would play the compositions j choirs of method itchy had been practising. Hal and presbyterian churches. The professor would criticize director of t he cantata is mrs Correct and occasionally the pupils would he asked to comment. All classroom conversation was in German. W. C. Carterjr. Mrs. P. T. As Kins will be the Organ accompanist and miss Hazel Thomas King is the pianist. Some of Bobby s most interest j soloists a the program be ing experiences came during his j mrs King mrs. Carter two Summers abroad. Both vacations periods were spent playing j. S. Dixon jr., or. H. L. Single tary and r. N. Gits Hall. Night club and restaurant engage-1 the combined choirs of the Hoo mints the first in Switzerland and Wal be Compoli of so. The second in Copenhagen. S _ miss Wanda Humphries. Asked about the european Evward King mrs Ernes taste in popular music he mrs Wilma Sasscer mrs effects Are used. This and the Jilius ical performance should produce an evening to Delight both Young and old. Columbia dec. 14 a special legislative committee has urged to recommend general As Sembly approval of a centrally located state cancer musing Home for indigent persons who Are fatally afflicted with cancer. Mrs. Paul ii. Leonard a ecu guest Star or the evening will j live director of inc South Carolina be master Johnny Lund Grum. Nine division of the american cancer year old Baton showman of York. I society said it would be Worth featured will be a fantasy for flute played by Gloria Edens and the band a trumpet duet the holy City played by two High school juniors Milton Jack son and Calvin Chancey and a Novelty vocal rend inn i m get Ting Nuttin for Christmas by Richard Cottingham and band. The High school majorettes will be Fea tured in. Different costume and setting with the band and its pop ular Medley of Christmas songs. Immediately following the Musi Cal presentation hand parents will hold a Bazaar in the main Hall Way of the High school at which Lime Home made Christmas Cook ies candies pies or cakes May be purchased for the band. The Benefit of the largest number of students 135 Ever enrolled in the depart ment will perform in their groups As beginners Junior and Gold band members and the High school band. Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming has Miles. An area of All the Money required to establish such a Home. She told the study committee headed by rep. John May of Paikert that there were 85 terminal cancer cases without relatives or funds to care for them in South j Carolina last year. Because of a Lack of state ia-1 Bililies she said the patients had to be sent out of the stale geor Gia and North Carolina for Nec is Spry care during their last mrs. Leonard reported that about South carolinians suf Fering from cancer and that More children died in South Carolina in j956 of cancer than died from any other while two million dollars of taxpayers Money is now being spent on she Contih-1 lied the legislature Only allows to be spent on mrs. Leonard said a terminal cancer Home should be established where it could easily be reach presenting the Robe instead of the Dagger sir try says Demetrius James Lamb to his master the roman officer who gambled for and won the cloak of the galilean. This scene is from the forthcoming production of the Robe by Florence first Baptist Church drama department sunday evening dec. 22. Pat King or. Plays the part of the roman officer is the Home of two larger cancer i facilities needed for cancer treat Tho de in a Day from any Section of she pointed out that Columbia clinics and has Access to other Lmont. American songs were the popular ones with Gershwin the big favorite. Most of the hits were num Bers that had made the hit Parade Rae Linday Raynor and mis m this country ten years before Sulvia Ward mrs. Gene Moore mrs. D. W. Brake mrs. 1. Canupp mrs. James e. Coving r and mis. Mrs. J since returning to his Home in p of the Carolina Section of Dillon los Arre g program was under the sponsor ship of the Dillon Lions and the Saint Cecelia music club. Caa Grants us funds for Sumter Airport Washington. Dec. 14 the Sumter municipal Airport is one of 135 locations in the United states for which the civil aeronautics administration has granted firm commitments of u. S. Funds for improvement or enlarge ment purposes during the first four months of fiscal 1958. Second District rep. John j. Riley was informed of this yester Day by the Caa. The Caa provided rep. Riley with a list of so projects which have Boen approved for fiscal 1958, for which in Federal funds will be made available. Of the total. 133 projects have received Grant offers from the government including a Grant offer for the Sumter Airport. Th1? Money is to be used for

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