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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - January 11, 1954, Florence, South CarolinaPage 3ft the Florence morning news Florence s. C. Monday morning january 11, better House Harmony predicted when forces tangle Over taxes Washington Jan. 10 House republicans said today they Are confident there will be no re Newal this year of the Hammer and tongs fight Over tax policy that occurred Between the Eisen state now showing City beneath the sea in technicolor starring Robert Ryan Susan Ball also Wayne Morris the Marksman Hower administration and Hep. Daniel a. Reed or of Bay Branch free will Bap is Church. Surviving Are three sons. J. M. Reynolds Florence Oscar Rey nolds Timmonsville and l. A. Rey nolds Effingham three daughters frs. Minnie Brown and mrs. Mae drop both of Timmonsville mrs. W. H. Bell Marion n. C. One ister mrs. Hattie fender Timmonsville 21 grandchildren and 39 Reat grandchildren. Stoudenmire funeral Home was n charge of arrangements. Dial 3294 for drug store needs prescriptions called for and delivered a registered pharmacist on duty at All times Evans drug company or. Newell s. Ferry Maquon Jan. Ser ies fur or. In Uwell s. Furry of lie Bench who was killed in n automobile1 Accident neat mar on Friday afternoon will by held us Day it at he Marion Church conducted by hokum. Eugene West. Episcopal Nini Stur from North Carolina As isted by thu Rcv. B. F. Oriand his tit of the Marion presbyterian Church. Burial will be thursday in Ever Green cemetery in new have Nonn. Or. born in new hav feb. 7 1874. He was a Grad Nite of Yale University and also f John Hopkins University. He aught Medicine at the University if Tennessee and practice medi Ine in Memphis for four years. In j908 he was made biological research director for the Parke Davis drug co. While there or. Kerry became quite famous for Lis Many discoveries in the Field if for cold shots Erum for control of distemper in dogs anti meningitis serum in Lurenza shots and immunization serums for other diseases. Or ferry was twice married Lis first wife being the former Caroline Taylor of St. Louis. Of this Union two sons survived v Ewell s. Ferry jr., of Webster Grove mo., and Seneca Taylor of it. Wayne ind. He is survived by his wife the ormer miss Annie Heron of Detroit one daughter mrs. Bar Bara Johnson of Bennettsville and several grandchildren. The body will remain at bul Ard s funeral Home until one Lour prior to the time of service miss Isabella Moore funeral services for miss Isa Bella Moore. 77, resident of Pamplico will be held at 3 p. M. Mon Day at it. Elon free will Baptist Church by the Rev. Paul Kettoman and the Rev. Fred Powers. Buria will be in old Bethel free i Baptist Church cemetery. Serving As pallbearers will be Hubert Moore John b. Moore jul us Moore Carroll Dennis a. B. Calcutt and Monroe Harrell. Miss Moore died at p. M. Sunday at the Home of or. And mrs. G. K. Haynes of Pamplico after being in declining health for he past two years and ill for the ast two weeks. Miss Moore was born feb. 1, 1876 in Florence county and was a daughter of the late Rev. J. B. And Hulda Hampton Moore both of Florence county. Surviving is one sister. Mrs. Mary v. Kennedy of Pamplico. Stoudenmire funeral Home will in charge of the arrangements. Daniel s. Mccarthy funeral services for Daniel Sie hens Mccarthy 60, were conducted sunday at 3 p. In. In the Cul jury Baptist Church by his pcs or the Rcv. Elbert in. Walker burial services will be held tues Lay at 11 a. M. In the Hollywood cemetery Richmond a. Or. Mccarthy was stricken with i heart attack while sitting in his car near the High school about 11 i. M. Saturday. He was a native of cuckoo va., being born aug. 25, 3893, a son of mrs. Ella Pendleton Mccarthy of Richmond. Va., and the late s. Mccarthy. He was a Grad uate of University of Richmond in Virginia and was a member of the Kappa Sigma fraternity. A Veteran of world War t he served with the 305th engineers of the 80th division overseas. He was i member of the Fred h. Sexton Post of the american legion the 40 and 8, As Well As other offices of these in which he was very Active. He had been a resident of Flor ence for 3-t years having come Here from Richmond in he was a charter and Active Mem Ber of the Calvary Baptist Church and was tile teacher of the Mccarthy sunday school class of the Church. Or. Mccarthy was very Active in All religious and civic affairs of Florence and was interested in the advancement and beautification of the City. He was supervisor of buildings and grounds of the City schools As Well As chairman of the City Park commission Lor 20 years and president of the men s Garden club. He was clerk of the selective service Board for five years during world War ii and a member of the american camellia society. Beside his Mother survivors Are his widow mrs. Margaret Phil lips Mccarthy of Florence one son William h. Mccarthy of Dur Mccarthy to probe Alaska corruption Washington. Jan. 10 Mccarthy a wis has turned his at Tention to alleged government corruption and waste in Yuiska and said communism will have ittle or no significance in this newest probe he plans. But he said his Senate investigating subcommittee will continue its investigation of communism in several areas and May carry on both kinds of studies at the same time. The Wisconsin senator has flatly denied reports that he intends to de emphasize had Hunts by his subcommittee at the request of the Eisenhower administration but of Lis Alaska probe he said at this Inie there is nothing to indicate hat communism will be an important Ham n. C. Three Sisters mrs. J. A. Marvin mrs. W. E. Crawford and miss Eleanor Mccarthy All of Richmond va., and one grand daughter miss Anne Mccarthy of Durham n. C. Waters funeral Homo was in charge of arrangements. Tues 7 pm wed 7 pm Serpent us of Imp Al Rhonda Fleming William Lundigan Bright Leaf drive in theatre u. S. 76 West sunday monday he played every game his own rough Way i ail american Sun. . Mon. Openings for Young men openings for Young men to go in training and also open Ings with Opportunity for rapid advancement for experienced men in grocery produce and meat departments to work with progressive food Chain. All of the usual company Bene fit such As insurance programs paid vacations etc., arc available. Answer care personnel manager Post office Box 564, Columbia so drive in theatre tuesday wednesday Rio Grande with John Wayne Maureen o Hara chill wills sons of the pioneers monday and tuesday am Maria Mem Melc Flor join Auger v j Uji Itjin 1 of Imin Airm colonial last times today when one Man dared the terror that stalked the Mountain passes hand Joel Mccrea Barbara Haie features dual drive in Darlington Highway monday tuesday Fth kit funeral notice funeral services for miss Cora St Kotlier a resident of Timmons Ville will be held tuesday after noun it at the it. Zip meth Odin Church Timmonsville. Due to the illness of the pastor the Rev. S a. Gris Dan. P. R. Tiller District superintendent will officiate. Palmetto drive in theatre sunday and monday if you enjoyed showboat Don t miss this big hit i dream of Jeanie in color Romance and songs of the immortal Stephen Foster Ray Middleton Billy Shirley Muriel Lawrence Eileen Chris to and Lynn Bari. Only 2 Days will not be held Over Circle Primi Sun. 9 pm., . 7 pm Clifton Webb aug re Dalton Theta Rittma. Brim Complete shows can be seen 9 . Admission matinee 60c night 74c children All hours 30c Dodo comor Jane Leigh Lori Nelson scat Man Crothers More pleasure color cartoon sports news events show opens p. M. Saw opens now features Carolina

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