Florence Morning News Newspaper Archives Dec 20 1953, Page 19

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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - December 20, 1953, Florence, South CarolinaSunday morning. December 20. 1953 he Florence morning news Florence s. Page 5-b citizens urged to show interest special to the Mot nine news Timmonsville. Dec. 19 a Call for Active interest by Cithens for better government was issued Hartsville country club picks officers Hartsville. Dec. 19 offi cers of the Prestwood county club were Clicc id at the club s annual meeting week. M Pennington was named president. Other officers named include a ii Oid Lewis vice presi Dent and m. B. Griffin Secretary. Bucky Geu clock and Bill Stan Ley were named to the Board of governors for three year terms while Edward Saleeby and f. R. Bennett will serve As trustees. Saleeby s term is for three years and Bennett will fill the vacancy created by the resignation of . Turnac. Tie club gave special recognition to b. M. Reaves for his work in arranging dub renovations and re pairs. Recognition was also Given or. And mrs. T. Wilkes care takers for their Fine work during tile past few months. Bermuda has about 300 islands with about the same total land area As that in Manhattan. Masonic notice regular communication of am Ity Lodge no. 340. A. F. M. Will be held monday evening. December 21 at 8 o clock in the masonic Temple. Election and installation of officers. Members requested to attend. Visiting masons Welcome. T. J. Price w. M. B. D. Mcbride Sec. Dec. 19 20 21 her perfume stationery heat pad hair dryer j and j drug co. At a meeting of the Timmonsville rotary club Here this week. The Call was made by d. D. Car Roll of Bennettsville a leading Fig ure in the cause for cleaner gov a Ament in South Carolina. Stating his conviction in was the Lack of interest in the electorate that allows the evils of govern ment to come flourish. Carroll listed 10 specific situations needing correction or improvement. They were i better support of the Law by the people and stricter enforcement of the Laws by responsible officials. 2 revision of election Laws and regulations and closer Observance of them. 31 requirement that All boards agencies departments and officials handling Public funds be compelled to Render by Publica Tion in a newspaper a regular periodic accounting for All such funds received and disbursed by hem their source and disposition. 4i require minutes of All Muni Cipal and county governing Board meetings be furnished newspapers radios and other news Media or presentation to the Public at their discretion. 5 streamlining and Standard nation of accounting procedures n All related agencies and offices 6 de concentration of the Al most absolute Powers that the coun y senators have including separa Ion of the legislative duties from he executive Powers they Wield and returning the executive control of the counties to the people through county governing boards 7 pre marital medical examination and a reasonable delay be twon the issuance of licenses Ani the marriage ceremony. 8 the necessity for a constitutional convention with the people represented by chosen delegates rather than members of the Dele Gallons. Last Vear the Senate re fused to allow the electorate t vote on whether they wanted sue a convention. 0 limitation of Tho Power o the legislature and the Senate to. Elect judges and the head Santee Cooper navigation pro. Act from their own body. 10 abolition of the party Alty oath As a requisite for voting the primary. Carrol is a former corporation lawyer and textile manufacturer and is at present in the real estate business in his Home town Bennettsville. At the Start of his speech he stated emphatically that he was speaking As a private citizen with out aspiration to office and was not paving the Way for any Politi Cal candidate not yet announced. He further stated that he had the highest personal respect for the officials of the state and Felt that they were doing exceedingly Well in the face of the Lack of interest of the people. Timmonsville landmark torn Down for Progress by Wylma Anderson Timmonsville dec. 19 one of time Onsville s land Marks the r. B. Cannon House on main St. Opposite the train depot is being torn Down to make room for a used Auto lot the two Story wooden Struc Ture built in 1885, has been sold to pee dec motor co. Originally owned by the flows the building and property was Purchard later by David h. Traxler. In 1908, Cannon Pur chased it from the trailers. Japanese skipper recalls necessary swimming practice san Diego calif., dec. 19 my the Captain of the japanese Pas Senger Carto Steamer Mexico Maru said Here today i Remc out of the War one of the world s Best capt. Y. Sakazaki whose ship stopped in route from new York to Yokohama to Lake aboard 2.000 Bales of Cotton explained that american submarines Sank three Supply ships under him during world War ii. The building at one ume was i operated if the Oak View hotel. Later. Or. And mrs. Cannon 1 moved the re and lived until. 1938 i when they transferred to their i residence on Market St. At that 1 inc. The old building was con 1 pc Rcd into an apartment House. For the past three he building has been occupied by two Willard Anderson families. Or. And mrs. Willard a. Ander son lived in an upstairs apartment. Or. And mrs. Willard b. Anderson Ivord on the first floor. The families Are not related. Darlington Bank pays 7% dividend Darlington dec. 19 at meeting of the Board at directors of the county Bank and Trust company a seven per cent dividend was paid on the Par value of the Stock. Each employee was presented a Bonus of 10 per cent of the salary received during the past year. These recommendations were unanimously approved by the Board. It was also announced that As a result of this year s operations there would be a substantial in crease in surplus undivided pro fits. In the United state a Gir child at birth pm expect 72.4 of life and a boy child e6.6 years. Latta High school s student leaders for this year seemed to be in High spirits of they posed for this photo at the beginning of the Christmas holidays. They include front Row left to right Murial Crowley Rebecca and Jean Lane chairmen of various school clubs. Standing left to right Are officers of the Latta High school student Council Garland Johnson Secretary Carlisle Allen president and Ken Neth Baxley vice president. Morning news photo named top Winner for school talk Darlington dec. 19 miss Sara Williamson has been named Winner in the "1 speak for demo Cracy contest at St. John s High school Here she was presented with a radio clock prize. Miss Williamson is a senior. She s now a contestant in the state democracy contest. A recording Las been made of her speech which will be judged in the state capital with recordings of other winners. Judges in tile High school event were Leroy want. I aul Sansbury and the Rev. William s. Jones. Miss Williamson s theme was the of Democrat second place went to miss aim Davidson. Others whose talks were outstanding wore. Miss Sarah Davis and Tommy Yarborough. We make real estate Loans Tho int Gallahon of that Wator system of doff Lofti us rat tour requirements National finance corp. 212 North Dorgan so rat Dol 715 St. John s school plans landscaping Darlington dec. 19 plans Are being made for the Bea Titi cation of the St. John s school rounds. With s150 left by the 1953 senior class for the beautifying of the a minds. Plants will be bought and landscaping done at an Early Date. The key club will have charge of the front Campus. Members Are planning to remove the present Plant and to add additional mater Ial to the soil. Other plants will be arranged on the grounds. The future Farmers of America chapter has undertaken the Dar Gan memorial amphitheatre As its project. Members plan to arrange an attractive hedge of Cherry Laurel. Mullins plan Union Christmas program Bishopville s station application granted Washington dec. 19 communications commission has approved Transfer of positive con Greenville s. C., from Plesler g. Furman or. And others to Rob Ert a. Jolley and others. In other action the commission approved the application of radio station wags Bishopville s. C., for the assignment of its construction permit to h. L. Ginsberg and others for s5.800. By a staff Mullins. Dec. 19 a Union Christmas service will be held at Macedonia methodist Church Sun Day night in which Young people from various Mullins churches will participate. Giles a Generette will be a accompanist for the combined choirs. Billy will direct. Following a period of Christmas music at the Organ the numbers will include silent grub Cri hark the Herald Angels sing Man Del Sohni. "0 Little town of Beth Render and while Shep Ray Downer for 5 years in the parts department is now on the sales staff of our new car department Dixie Chevrolet inc. . Evans and Mcqueen sri. Florence s. Longevity family affair Newport Tenn. Dec. 19 mrs. Mary Jane Whitlock recently observed her birthday with a Candle on her cake for each year. Runs in the family flip says. Hor father lived to to 107. Olanta legion members feted at Yule party Olanta. Dec. 19 the Ameri can legion auxiliary of Olanta entertained members of the local american legion Post with a de Licious Turkey supper and Christ Mas party at inc legion building Here Thuv week. Mrs. W. L. Moore president of the auxiliary presided at the meet ing and Davis Thompson Post commander responded Lor the legion. Mrs. Etgar tuber Villa had charge of the program which included a Christmas Story by the Rev. Russell w. Park pastor of the o Anta presbyterian Church and a poem by mrs. E. D. Myers. Mrs. W. E. Sandifur had charge of the games during the evening. Mrs. Ebbie Yelverton read a letter to Santa Arthur Ham and charge of the Christmas tree and distribution of gifts. The program closed with the singing of Christ Mas carols herds watched their flocks Han del1, a Medley by the choir. We three Kings boys. Choir with Johnny Home Frankie Gore and Jim halt soloists. "0 come Allye faithful Wade choir. Gesu Bambino miss Carolina Campbell. Mrs. Wilton on and miss Janet Ruth Collins. Susanna Waring Scoll. Joy to the ii came upon the Midnight Clear and Angels we have heard on High Waring Ringwall. The personnel of the choir includes the following sopranos Loretta White Claire Jones Elizabeth Gore Julia Cribb Joyce Jones Judy Drew Angela urvant Frankie Ard Jackie Caulder Joyce Barrett. Jean Mccathern Bettyjo Rogers. Virginia Ard de Wana Mitchum. Sherry Berry Edna Earle Crews Lucinda Edwards Miriam Mcrae. To Ellen Bryant Judy Floyd Mary Louise Gore Laura Brown Brenda Ard mar tha Drew. Clara Slaughter Ann Rogers. Alice Weston. Carolina Campbell. Bobbie Jean Orr. Altos Sylvia Foxworth Bobbie Lanet Ruth Collins Patsy Harryl on Mary Kay Muggins Carolyn Tumblin. Tenors Frankie Gore Cliff Stop jul. Leon Holt Tucker Neil me Jillan and Jimmy Todd. Basses Rigby Jenerette. Johnny Home Bobby Hodge Philip pow Ell and Jim Platt. Your in Washington we Are pleased to announce that we acquired the services of Harold v. Sellers wheel alignment specialist or. Sellers has Hod 12 years experience specializing in wheel alignment. Balancing and aligning for All makes and models with the Best bean visualizer equipment Dixie Chevrolet inc. Corner West Avaiu and Mcqueen Florence s. Bethlehem methodists plan Yule program Darlington dec. 19 a Christmas program will be h sunday night o clock in the Ruth Lehem Church. The program will be under the direction of mrs. Jack Hendrix mrs. Bobby Brown mrs. B. W. Byrd and mrs. M. D. Hawkins. The choirs of adults Young pop ple and of boys and girls will be featured during the evening. The Rev. Grady Newman is Pas Tor of the Church. The will Tel Rov the Fri Coos comfortable rooms in air conditioned each with Tel Eriston radio Sod both. Also most convenient location in Cost to everything important. Wonderful food Modert Telephone National 8-4420 Washington 14 St Penny Vanla ave. Cameras to Flash sets to Flash bulbs Sizeo-ll-40 Only 14c each press 5___tic film 120 and 620 616 and 116 39c 49c j and j drug co. Handsome for Han Wear Himl he Moy Hove cold hands but you la worm i heart with o pair of these Good looking gloves. Beautifully to tiled of soft supple leather that vill keep his Honda worm Eeling Bulky. You Moy choose from the popular unlined driving gloves or gloves lined in Wool fleece or fur end no matter which Poir you choose bound to be pleased. All Tiu to Belk s men s store we give Green Florence s. Stamps c. Look smarter feel better enjoy Jarman s friendliness of fit Here s a style that never grows toe pattern with the smart creased Vamp that makes you v look your Host. And for foot free Comfort thai and lasts there s Jarman s famous friendliness of fit to make you feel your Belt. Stop by Belk s shoe store we Jive Oreen m im1 .1 p i last year bring your gift list to us. There s a Good Chance you can do All your Christmas shopping right under this one roof. And you will be delightfully surprised at the wide Range of Long lasting practical gifts we have on display. Sunbeam electk1c razor air rifles shot guns Rifle Sunbeam Coffee maker All malic. The sleet vacuum Type. Union hardware skates All sizes 1.95 to 5.25 Archery sets Complete 2.25 indoor 2.00 outdoor 2.35 Bubble lights we shall be open till 9 o clock night monday tuesday wednesday Barringer Marh Warf rat Paksy i of t t

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