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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - February 11, 1954, Florence, South CarolinaThursday morning february 11, 1954 the Florence morning news Florence s. C. Page 5 deaths and funerals Homer e. Moyer Darlington feb. 10 funeral services for capt. Homer e. Moyer 58, a former resident of Darlington were held monday afternoon in St. Petersburg Fla. Committal rites were also held there. . Mover died suddenly sat urday morning in St. Petersburg whore he had been residing for several years. At the time of his death he was personnel director of the Admiral Farragut naval a Calomy St. Petersburg. The family resided on West Broad Street in Darlington for Many years. He is survived by his widow who was the former miss Mildred Joyce Wilkerson of Rome a. One son h. E. Moyer or. Of is. Petersburg Fla. His Mother mrs. W. E. Moyer of Lexington one sister. Mrs. W. B. Mcgirt of Darlington and a brother l. A. Moyer of Deland Fla. Miss Daisy Windsor miss Daisy Windsor of 213 s. Warley St., died at . Yesterday in a local Hospital. She had been in declining health for Sev eral years. Funeral services will be at 10 . Today in St. John s Episco pal Church conducted by the Rev. W. S. Poynor retired episcopal Rector. Burial will be in the Trinity 3 Here s where your savings grow faster 3 every month More folks discover the Reward and Security of saving where it pays to save. Each account is insured up to Security building and loan association Sare with Security 254 w. Evans St. Florence s. C. T. R. Barringer president d. Chas. Shaw vice president e. H. Lucas treasurer beef is cheaper Chuck Steak. Ground beef. Rib and brisket Stew Chuck club Steak shoulder roast Boneless Stew. Fresh pork shoulder roast country style Back Bone fresh pork Ham. Country style sausage 39c la. 29c la. 25c la. .33c la. 45c la. 45c la. 45c la. 39c la. 59c la. 59c la. 49c la. Tbone our Low prices on round sirloin remain the same we have a full line of Frozen foods Jordan grocery and Market 610 East Pine 5623 churchyard in Columbia at . Pallbearers will be e. W. Miller c. N. Brasington Lewis Stanton Boyd Miller or. Lawrence Newton and Frank Covington. Miss Windsor was born in co Lumbia a daughter of the late George Edward Taylor Windsor and Priscilla Oaks Windsor. She was a member of St. John s Epis Copal Church. She had been a res ident of Florence since 1942 having moved Here from surviving Are one brother George Edward Windsor of Flor ence. Stoudenmire funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. J. B. Holladay Manning. Feb. 10 funeral services for Junius Birch Holladay were held wednesday afternoon from the Oak Grove methodist Church conducted by the Rev. J. F. Farr. Burial followed in the Church cemetery. Or. Holladay 73, a Clarendon county Farmer died at his Home near Here yesterday morning Fol lowing a Brief illness. He was a lifelong resident of Clarendon county son of the late Caroline and James a. Holladay. He was married to the late Sarah Jane Evans of new Zion. Survivors include one daughter mrs. W. G. Graham of Pineville three sons j. W. Holladay or. Of Latta h. B. Holladay of Atlanta and c. G. Holladay of Manning three Sisters mrs. S. P. Britton of Charleston mrs. S. A. Strange of Manning and mrs. J. A. Owens of Sumter two Brothers neighbor ii. Holladay of Manning and r. J. Holladay of Tim Otisville and 11 grandchildren. Walter d. Hatfield Marion feb. 10 Walter d. Hatfield 67, died at a local Hospital about 5 a. Today. Masonic graveside services will be held at 3 o clock thursday after noon in the Sumter cemetery con ducted by the Rev. E. E. Colvin. Pastor of Emmanuel Baptist Church of Florence. Survivors include four sons Cecil k. Hatfield Florence Raymond c. Hatfield of Brooksville Florida Walter d. Hatfield jr., u. S. . Cookeville Tenn. And maj. Larry s. Hatfield u. S. Air Force Ger Many two daughters mrs. B. H. Pearson of Florence and mrs. Gay 1 h. Godwin of Summerton two Brothers j. T. Hatfield of Pax Ville and l. H. Hatfield of Sumter one sister. Mrs. Charles Hutchin son of Sumter. Or. Hatfield was a member of the first Baptist Church of Flor ence for Many years 8 member of Hampton Lodge 204 a. F. Of Florence Marion chapter 35 r. A. M., Florence comma dry 10, knights Templar Omar Temple a. A. 0. S. The family requests that Flowers be omitted and donations be made to the cancer fund instead. Mcleod inaugurates recruiting of nurses the acute need of student nurse has prompted the Mcleod infirm Ary to take unprecedented action in the form of a recruiting nurse mrs. Roy Stokes who has been on the Mcleod infirmary nursing staff since 1952, will assume the duties of recruiting nurse March 1 we have numerous inquiries re questing application forms and in formation about our school of Nurs ing which Are never heard from mrs. Rita Smith director of nurses said. The recruiting nurse will follow up applications and visit with the applicant and her family. She will also Contact the High schools in the pee Dee in an Effort to stimulate greater interest in the nursing Field. Scouts to meet at Charleston Charleston feb. 10 Iff More than 300 representatives from boy scout councils in states Are expected to attend the conservation Camporee of coastal Carolina Council boy scouts sat urday and sunday. J. Rucker Newberry coast Carolina Council executive Secre tary said this year s Camporee to be held at Camp to non wan near Here is a re enactment of last year s which received National recognition. The 1954 Camporee is designed As a training course for scout Lead ers in the coastal Plains areas. It is a follow up of a request by president Eisenhower honorary boy scout president for scouts to adopt conservation As their major Good deed of 1954." weather facts Florence and pee Dee data from the United states weather Bureau in Florence for Thi. 24-hour period ending last night. Highest--77 year lowest 38 year year .-----39 year Sunrise Myrtle reach tide ., . A.m., . Gen. Hitler captured nari03i, Kenya feb. 10 Iff a Mau Mau terrorist who claim the title Eri eral Hitler has been wounded and captured by a Brit ish patrol in the Nyeri District o. Kenya it was reported today. 23 58 76 42 13 31 76 37 38 32 38 27 Washington. Jurcan report of or the 24 hours t pal Cotton grow station h Alpina Ashville Atlanta All cily Bir Ham Boston Buffalo 72 35 74 30 Chicago 47 32 Cincinnati 59 28 Cleveland 46 27 Dallas 85 43 Denver Fil 35 u Molnes 46 27 Detroit 40 3r Duluth 27 15 Fresno 51 38 in Lorston 66 59 Houston ind Polis 57 29 Jack Volle 76 51 Kan City 55 34 key 77 57 Knox Tlle 69 feb. 10 map temperature no and Louisville Memphis Meridian Miami Minn-51? Mobile Monte Montreal n Orleans new York Norfolk Phoenix put Simn Portland St. Louis san ton san fran Savannah Seattle Tampa Wash Ion slim Lam thei ind rainfall in the Prill elsewhere or ii. 5 67 29 73 37 77 45 7.t 55 31 2fl 73 51 79 22 12 74 50 5 34 fill 29 5i 3d 74 47 50 25 33 27 24 r2 37 8k w 39 45 31 t4 51 b5 27 first showing of 1954 drapes 1954 new weaves textures and prints in Lovely custom made drapes Imd slip covering material just arrived. Exquisitely tailored drapes of. Birch bark worthy successor to bark Gator cloth a new won Drous weave perfect in prints or solids san crepe now heavier than Ever Clipper cloth Beautiful weave of Sailcloth Royale Satin perennial favorite of. The discriminating and Many Many others. In solids. Prints. Legend Aires. Heritage. Moderns for every room in your House f Iju vat dyed Sanford Zed mercerized and lined with the fabulous Chro spun drapes lined with this material Are guaranteed against Sun fading and. Believe it or priced at not More than is the Cost of the material used to make the preposterous com e and Oulla s inc. As an additional service can furnish you with Yard goods to match any drape for that decorator touch for your slip covers and remember these materials arc Sanford Zed mercerized and vat dyed to give you washable materials that Wear like Iron and yet can be laundered in your washing machine. Ladies Why not use our budget plan just a Little Pinch of the housekeeping Money now and then will assure you of these Lovely Fine furniture and carpets mrs. Roy Stokes v Mark Stanton manager of the Hospital said that mrs. Stokes Ogram has not been worked out 11 detail and will have to be and usted As the need is indicated. This is something new and so far As we know has never been done before therefore Well have .0 work it out As we go it said mrs. Stokes graduated from Saunders memorial Hospital school f nursing in 1942. After doing Pri duty work for several years he worked with the state Board f health until she came to infirmary where she is now supervisor of the out patient de Arment. Mrs. Smith pointed out that the be Dee medical auxiliary scholarship which pays the tuition for a nurse s entire training had not been used for several years. The Hospital also has a scholar ship loan fund from which a Stu Dent can borrow the full tuition and repay it after she completes in course and is working. Now new tactics will be applied which. Stanton said he is confident will result in Many More Stu dents in their school of nursing. Another beast ? Columbia feb. 10 to a strange shaggy animal has been sighted in the Eastern part of this county near Lyk Esland but so far Here have been no reports of depredations like the beast of Bla Danboro investigation indicates the Ani Mal probably is a Black Bear from he Congaree or Wateree Hiver swamps. Bears though rare in this Region occasionally emerge from he swamps. One was killed in Lexington two years ago. The animal first was sighted last riday. During the weekend about 20 Hunters searched the Woods around Lyk Esland. Yesterday it was seen by two children who re sorted it walking across a Road to Hind legs. After crossing the Road it dropped to its All fours and continued across a Field the children said. By to meet the Florence steering commit Lee of the Pec dec area big brother Assn. Will hold its february meeting tonight at 8 o clock at the Florence museum. Good dont scratch use Black and White ointment to promote Healing Check itching. Over 51 million packages sold. Get it cleanse Witti Black and while soap. Exchange club backs red Cross Campaign the Exchange club s service vice president of the and facilities were pledged to the Advance gifts Campaign of the Florence chapter of the american red Cross yesterday at a meeting of the Board of control. The Advance gift Campaign will run feb. 15-27. Richard Atkinson county chair Man of the red Cross pointed out that the Advance gift drive is usually More than 50 per cent of the funds collected. He said that this is the first time that a civic club has assumed this responsibility. The general solicitation drive will be March 1-13. The three leaders in the hed Cross chapter Are also outstanding in the Exchange club. Atkinson is vice president or the club Julian Bass general chair Man of the county chapter drive is a past president of the Exchange club and Richard p. Morten pub Lic information chairman of the red Cross chapter is Secretary to the Exchange club. The goal for Florence county in the red Cross drive is Fred Bell a boy scout official will head the negro fund raising drive. No surplus for reds Washington feb. 10 United states will not sell its Huu stocks of surplus farm products to Russia or her satellites Secretary of Commerce weeks announced to Day. 1000 Yards of Cotton fabrics printed Cotton seersucker solid color seersucker iridescent suiting checked and plaid suiting regularly 48c to 89c Yard new Spring drapery and slip cover fabrics Beautiful assortment preshrunk and fast colors printed bark cloth printed sail cloth solid colors Floral regularly 1.98 and 2.19-2.49, cd. Other values in every Section 153 South Dargan Street phone 3491 year after year. America s favorite wherever line whiskey is served or sold and be Seagram distillers corporation new York City. Benoto whisky. Rittof. 65% Grain Neutral spirits

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