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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - January 14, 1958, Florence, South CarolinaThis flock no e a10kn1ng flows Florence s. C. Tuesday morning january 14, 1958 movie Mittee beat the clock forecast Snow sleet and Roin will cover the Northeast. There will be rain in the Central plateau Region and Northern California. Showers will occur in Western and North Ern Oregon and Western Washington. Snow is due in Northern Michigan and Northern Plains i Tats with Snow flurries due in the Northern Rockies. A photo lax mop deaths funerals Victor Carter funeral services for Victor w. Carter 61, will be conducted at 11 a. M. Tuesday in the Waters funeral Home by the Rev. M. R. Galloway pastor of Elim Baptist Church. Burial will be in Elim Baptist Church cemetery. Or. Carter who lived Claussen became critically ill Sun ins Back he Horry Section 1 til the hour of services. Or. Foxworth was born inca Hannah in Florence county o August 27, 1884, a son of the lat Calvin b. And Alma Foxworth he was a member of the Salem Baptist Church. He lived in the Horry Section from 1939 until 195 when he moved to Marion mov Day afternoon and died at his Resi Deuce about 5 p. M. He had been in declining ii Ali for the Pas several months. He was a retired Auto Mechanic and for the Pasi few years had Farmed. A. Native of Effingham or. Car Ter was born june 20, 1896. His parents were the late c. Q. Ant Eva Cole Carter of Effingham. For several years he lived near Hope Well va., where he operated a garage. Surviving Are his widow mrs Victor w. Carter of Florence for Merly Daisy Cofield of Virginia two daughters mrs. Emmett co Field and mrs. R. D. Hawley both Windsor a. Five Sisters mrs. C. W. Thomas of Lynchburg mrs c. K. Summerford. Or. And mrs. E. M. Elliott both of Florence mrs. G. A Hawkins of Durham and mrs. L. 0. Strawn of Smith Field a. Four Brothers Landon e. Carter of Folly Beach w. J. Carter Miami fla., d. L. Carter of Effingham and t. of Florence and one granddaughter. John Davis or. Cheraw Jan. 13 John Murry Davis or. 22-Montlisold died in a Florence Hospital last night after a three Day illness. He is sur Vived by his parents John Murry Davis and Carolyn Northcutt Davis one Vivian Davis his maternal grandparents or. And mrs. Torrence Northcult of Che raw and his paternal grandmother mrs. Viola Davis of Chesterfield. Funeral services will be held tuesday morning at 11 a. M. From the Pine Grove Church near Chesterfield with the pastor the Rev. G. C. Caulder officiating assisted by the Rev. Garl Parker of the first methodist Church in. Cheraw. Burial will be. In the Church Ceme Terv. Marvin Foxworth , Jan. 13 Marvin Keener Foxworth. Sr., 73, of the Horry Section of Horry county died at . Monday at his residence following an apparent heart attack. Funeral services will be held at 11 . Tuesday from the Salem Baptist Church with the pastor the Rev. Richard Smith assisted by the Rev. Roy Easley pastor months ago. He followed the occupation of store keeper until i health failed. Survivors include his Wdow mrs. Gussie Prosser Foxworth re 1, Aynor three sons Hula Fox Worth Marlon m. K. Foxworth or. Monks Corner John Henr. Foxworth Conway three Dagri ters mrs. J. L. Ethel Powers Marion mrs. Tom Hermine Lundy mrs. W. Y. Donzelle Dick Erson both of Conway one sister mrs. B. S. Watson Florence on half brother s. F. Ard Johnson Ville 20 grandchildren and 13 Grea grandchildren. John Bailey funeral services for John Bai Ley 75, retired Farmer of Mars Bluff will be conducted at . Tuesday from the Mars Bluff holiness Church by the pastor he Rev. Allen Baxley and the Rev. Bill Evans pastor of Liber y Chapel. Burial will be in Hompson cemetery. Or. Bailey died at . Sun Day in a local Hospital after be no in declining health for some Ime. He was born in Florence county a son of the late j. T. Andrj Inez Bailey. Survivors mrs. John include Bailey his of widow Mars fluff three Sisters mrs. Sarah Taylor of Florence mrs. Mary Bailey of Mars Blu and mrs. V. Sirms of Lynchburg one brother Walter Bailey of Florence so a number of nieces and Nep news. The body will remain at Stoudenmire funeral Home until the Lour. Of service. Pallbearers will be e. C. Taylor major Hatfield Landing Taylor. Dozier Bailey Charlie Bailey and 0. H. Weather Ord. Mrs. Hattie Stanley Darlington Jan. 13 funeral services for mrs. Hattie e. Stanley. 74. Will be held p. M. Tuesday at Kistler funeral Home conducted by the Rev. W. S. Jones. Interment will follow in Grove Hill cemetery. Airs. Stanley died sunday morn ing at the Home of her daughter mrs. W. S. Green of Arlington a. She was born in Darlington of the Jamestown Baptist Church j county on nov. 6, 1883, the Daugh follow in Iler of la ate Jesse r. And Anian j a Goodson Bryant. Mrs. Stanley Lam eau Las made her in Darlington officiating. Burial the Church cemetery. Pallbearers will be Lambert Stewart Bledsoe the past 14 skipper Donald Smith Leroy p giving Are two sons John t. Burglar steals business machine from local firm Florence police reported a Burg Lary Over the weekend at Wallace Concrete and tile co. Stolen was a calculator machine chief Mel Vin Adams said. The intruder tapped a Hole in a window pane Large enough to reach through and unlock the win now he said. The breaking was in Vestiga Teri by id officer c. B Powell and dels. Tommie Hewitt and a. L. Gainey. United fund annual meet Here tuesday the annual citizens meeting of the greater Florence United fund will be held Jan. 28 at . At Poynor Junior High school auditorium. Election of eight directors and a financial report Are main Points of the session. Also the fund will make annual award presentations for those earned in the 1958 fund Campaign. Newspaper role cited by editor a newspaper and its place in the Community was the subject of a rotary discussion yesterday by Rod Sparrow editor of the Flor mine. Prefacing his remarks by de ining a newspaper As a period Al publication containing Reading matter under the heading of news features editorials and Advertis no. He traced briefly the origin f the newspaper As an opinion medium which later developed in o a medium for objective report no and finally As a place for advertising merchandise. In the Early Days of Journa ism there was no pretence at objective reporting he said but As education spread and people the ame bettor informed they de demanded straight news without editorial embellishment. No individual owns a news Pap he said. The building and equipment May be the property of n individual but the newspaper belongs to the Community and its purpose is to help build the com its greatest Opportunity he said s the dedication of itself to com Unity service. The speaker was introduced by in. Douglas Ellis substituting for ill Quinn. Weather facts data from the United Stales weather Bureau in Florence for the 24-hour period ending at last night. Temporal urls highest 56 year ago 65. Lowest 34 year ago 40. Jlean 45 year ago 53. A. M. 36 p. M. 55. Rain .20 year ago none. Total this month 1.51. Deviation fromn Ormal plus .21. Total this year 3.51. To t 11 Aii civic Era Inicis deviation from Normal plus .21. Trou ure Ham Sunrise . Sunset p. In. Llytle Beach tides High a. M. P. M. Low a. M. P. M. Hiver stages at 8 a. M. Wateree Carmien 2.5 falling. Great pee Dee Cheraw no re port. Great pee Dee pee Dee u.5 rising. Lynches Effingham no report. North Carolina rain gradually ending tuesday morning followed by partial Clearing and somewhat warmer most of state in the afternoon. High tuesday 46-52 Inland around 60 along coast wednesday mostly fair with mod Erate temperatures. South Carolina tuesday Cloudy and Cool with some Light rain in the morning becoming partly Cloudy with moderate temperatures in the afternoon. High tuesday 45-55. 1 tuesday a Bow Florence Channel 8 Garry Moon blk payoff Doug Edwards Cwi Arthur Godfrey co fee break Star performance Hollo brighter Day slim Minn hotel cosmopolitan secret storm pall liven love of life Edge of n1km Tea news weather mkt. Spaceship it to Tell the to tuck be spin sports red Skellon Industry on Parade 164.000 qut Luke platform Richard Diamond news weather wuss Charleston Channel 2 Coker honors late teacher Hartsville Jan. Coker College will hold a memorial serv ice wednesday january 15 for or. Velma d. Matthews. Or. Mat thews department for More than 20 years a flail her death january i following a Long illness. President John a. Barry jr., of he College is to preside at the Public Campus service in her it is scheduled for a. M. In the school auditorium. Life was simple in the old Days. Rve. Had rocking chair authorities jut no rocket experts. Arlene Francis Abc theater Queen for a Day Price is right modern Homan Cei truth or consequence Rio presents tic toe dough news weather my Little Jim Bowie Howard Miller Ozzle and Harriett Bride and Groom Wyatt Earp George Gobel George Gobel meet Mcgraw Bob cum mint the or. D. A. Weather no tonight Csc Charleston Channel 5 Garry Moore House party Arthur Godfrey big payoff Tombstone territory dolt the verdict is Youri name that Tum hotel cosmopolitan the brighter Day Phil silvers _ t love of secret storm search for tomorrow Edge of night guiding Light sir Lancelot on camera Mickey Zoum news foreign legion As the world Tunu weather report beat the clock sport Coix Harbor comand Panny Thomas december Bride studio one crosscurrents news Bullet sign of wis-columb1a-Channel 10 Arlene Francis treasure bunt Price is right Abc theater for a Day modern truth or consequence Superman tic tac dough it could be Yon news Bob Martin Palmetto play Houta Kitty Foyle Cactus of Piave sea Hunt today s weather sports spotlight news special feature broken Arrow omnibus meet Mcgraw Bob cumm Linfs Cheyenne the weather late Neva tonight sign off Mfd Wilmington Channel 6 Arlene frauds treasure Hunt Price is right dotto new love of life message for today guiding Light Tex and Jini Howard of Flor Kitty Folie big payoff verdict in Youri brighter Day secret storm Edge of Nijst comedy time kiddie time Looney Tutu Jim Bowie weather news Doug Edwardj science fiction Phil Silveri Wyatt Earp to Tell the trn i Telephone time the californian s uncommon valor weather Academy theater c. H. Davis exhibits violin made in Home workshop Here c. H. Davis retired Atlantic coast line railway Man appeared at the luncheon meeting of the Exchange club yesterday and showed a violin that he had recently completed. Davis violin later was played by famed violinist Peter Kurtz who called it a Fine Davis makes a Hobby of build ing violins and during his talk told about the Steps of construction and the different types of Wood used. He a s introduced by Julian Bass while Kurtz was introduced by or. Gordon Bobbett his Host during his visit in Florence. Richard Leavell presided Over the meeting guests included Joe Gillis Bill Davis Davis me Creight. And or. Gordon Kobbelt. Monday tuesday Hock Hudson Robert stack Jack Carson and Dorothy Malone in the tarnished in cinemascope a Btu Chariotte Channel 3 Southern hospitality verdict is brighter Day secret storm Edge of night my Little Margi. Boston Blackleg sky King news Garry Moore Arthur Godfrey dotto Motel cosmopolitan love of life search for tomorrow guiding Light Betty Freer As the world turns Susie Art a Hauetter sign on breakfast club _ Herb Anderson visit with a Star Abc news Abc news music in the morning Jim Reeves women in the news Abc news Phillip s news club 970 weather Bureau gospel train Caro. News markets Abc news slim. Mems Paul Harvey Pete Thornell Sunshine boys Cam. News farm voice of Clemson Swap a shop Arthur Smith Frontier Phil silvers count of Monte Colsto to Tell the troth bed Skelton Ouist Lon mama Zeaui Ermyn Weatherman late news sports closeup late show Wjmx-970 Abc news h Cosell music for the heart Nau. Weather words and music Merv Griffin Abc news Merv Griffin Abc news record room people in the news Caro. News record room March of dimes we my news after hours Abc news words for meditation sign off top thirty Phillip s news weather tides Caro. News mils. Scoreboard John Daly Abc news same poll workers to serve next week poll managers who served in the James Price. Smith and f. Worth Lee. Friends Mav Call at the Resi dance of i Dauber. Mrs. . Dickerson. Jamestown. Conway in voter books schedule for january Here s the schedule for Florence count ians who want to re Register for the coming id year period. On Jan. In and Jan. 2.1, citizen can Register in the county court room Between j p. M. And r p. M other places and dates Stanleyjr. Of Atlanta and Jesse i flip air tinn 1 i it of 1 r i a it i 11 111uii j Stanley of Arlington a. One daughter mrs. W. S. Green dirty Arlington. A one brother Laurin i b. Bryant of Darlington two Sis base ters. Mrs. A. B. Hutchinson 13 Richard Belva special democratic primary Jan uary 7 will also serve in the Ial general election january 21, Henry j. Cooper Secretary of the Florence election commission. Precinct chairmen and poll Man Gers Are requested to obtain bal ots and ballot from the county grand jury room Between . And 5 p. M. Friday Cooper Aid. Following is a listing of poll managers acl shops to g. E. Josey m. Fields and c. B. Jones Back s. H. Ervin Carters w. L. Singletary and Bert w. Singletery f. Gregg Coward no. Anderson. Joe Matthews and Fred die Matthews Coward no. 2 James Mozon Wilbur Lee and Dai ton Mckay Coles Cross d. B. Singletary and Dexter single tary Atkinson and mrs. W. L. Goodson Grier Mccain x. B. Ward and Ronnie Ned Yarborough l. B. Prosser and Percy b. An Derson g. W. Jor Dan and mrs. Myra Jordan. Florence no. 1 Ralph h. Moore. S. J. Rain. Mrs. Herbert m. Mcfarland and mrs. Vera b. Moore Florence no. T. L. Goff mrs. M. B. Brown and mrs. Sadie Rucker Florence no. 3 d. J. Katley mrs. C. D Jernigan. Mrs. J. T. Dixon and mrs. W. K. Davis Florence no 4 h. Mctyier Gilbert. Earl Utsey or. Mrs. Is o Darlington and mrs. Albert Crosby Jean sooner entered the los l Nalley. I if Here today for the birth mrs. B. E. Gill and mrs. Herman of Latta. Follow Jan. Own Hall. Is ran Lon. 9 . In 1 . Agricultural building. Coward 2 . To j . 15 City Lake City 9 . To 1 ., 2 . To 5 . Jan. Pru Spett. 9 . To l . Community Center Vox 2 . To 5 heart group to organize for new year an meeting in been set in Tbs Garden civic Kornn tonight to form the Florence county heart Assn. According to Aiex b. Hulden temporary chair Man. The meeting begins at p. In. Holden said objectives of the prod will it full Inird will be it Etard at the meeting. That the fit in Holden Obj i Liv in Oulu a areas is sponsor . 21 s ii ii. Parij Licu 9 a. In. To 1 ., 2 . J to 5 . Marc scarce into heart and Jan. Building 9 a. M. Diseases physicians and to 1 p. M. 2 . To 5 . Layman with an interest in Lio Ait. Jan store. Leo. 9 i Seucs Are invited to attend the Hospital Here today for the b gil1 and mrs. Herman j of her child. But her husband Florence no. S e. C. Was t Here to wait with her. Jr., mrs. D. E. Keels s. Sgt. Sooner was drowned i mrs. J. F. Middleton. Mrs. J. K. Early saturday morning when the i i Daniel mrs. R. B. Alexander car he was driving plunged into mrs. Tommy avers. Swift Creek in Kershaw county Friedfield n. G. Ward. Eti sooner 26, and two other airmen i Sene Matthews Nanri mrs. Reha were returning to the base i Lawrence. Camrie. Herbert Morris Wade Langston the Moon cars came from Wai Johnny Anderson Linsky. J. Poston. K. L. Pos Lon Wal lace t. Poston and Dunn n. Tur Ner High Hill s. B. J. W. Tillon and mrs. Cion Ard Jones Cross l. Yarl Rar Ingli. W. F. Hill and mrs. J. D. Matthews or d. Pos Lon. M. W. Poston and b. A Huggins a. L. Pos inn. Richardson and b. F. Richardson Lake City i Luis Kajdy. Mrs. Jim Mcelveen. Johnnie w. Moore and mrs. Lake City no. 2 h. Van Epps mrs. Vallerie Epps mrs. Dora Stevenson and mrs. Roy Floyd g. Evans Leo Carter and Douglas Brown Liberty Johnnie r. Mccutcheon j. Roy Evans and Willie Poston Mars Bluff t. W. Wallace c. H. Grimsley and j. Wilson Price Mcallister j. K. Baldwin Sam Uel Rodgers Pete Mcclam and Carl Webster Mccutcheon m. J Gaskins and s. Z. Mccutcheon Oak Grove l. J. Vause w. L. Lamb and Randall Kirby Olanta j. M. Thompson h. B. Jordan and h. C. Myers w. W. C. M. Evans and Martha h. Coleman. Prospect John Gary Eaddy Thurman Matthews Zebron Humphries and Wiston Hanna Salem b. Smith Hoyt Smith Joe Lynch and Lessie Smith Scranton t. H. Haselden Fred Parrot b. T. Matthews and Mary Wiloughby d. Poston a. B. Poston and l. B. Poston Tim c. E. Anderson e. R. Mcelveen e. C. Truett and John g. Rose or tans Bay Robert Mclaughlin and mrs. R. H. Mclaughlin Hanna j. H. Handler Lamar Dennis and Lin do Hanna. Dual by drive in Darlington s. C. Lisbon with Ray Milland Maureen o Hara ii ii at the theatres today Carolina a Tell Bdl Liidi Imich a Universal International picture _ cartoon news features so lonesome also a tet production presentation last Complete show starts circles theatre Alan Virginia def Ilonda Ladd Mayo o Brien color cartoon in Pierre s.d., is a 300-acre act where 250 juvenile Indian boys and girls live. It is said that Khrushchev vants to Divide the world. But we bet not on a 50-50 basis. The South Carolina National Bank oldest and largest in South Carolina resources Cash and due from Bonks u. S. Government securities state and municipal obligations other Bonds notes and debentures Federal Reserve Bank Stock Loans and discounts bonking houses furniture and equipment other resources other real estate out on Bond John Ila Xic cause of Florence booked on Rhar fio if assault with intent to rape was released from county jail on Bond saturday. Cause wins arrested by City poke Friday Nielli did ii irm Dinar to i in Coli nov. Tion. On Jun. 27. A caseworker will by Dudt d to the staff and u expect thl that an Pihur Hundred Joys can be taken into the pro to 1 . Community con in frying tonight he said. Tit 2 . To 5 . Clinic under the Reirer Ian. Store. N or. X. R. Wasi fill. N . To 1 . Community in Florrnce is year false Teeth that loosen need not Embarrass Morfi Itchon. J p. M. To i Jan Trion 0 in to i . In p in. Inn. ,1 i him a . Villain. To i . I in i s. C. Assn. A fill to. Noirl i Vici Mic or Currl. Ii Chr . Or a he have Tim a Meharra Mii my Barf Nieft Inglr pint slipped or woh my m cum Chr or onto Elmr no nil i in a or of in Vii. In i t Lull Kastuk Tii ilk Llor imm not in on your up " Lleni i Stirr Rinh Nurr firmly in Iliff of Fol innit dim in Iii Nir. Lir Mun. I in. Hrs ii of a i est ii it Rieuf counter. Rent a new Ria to a week phone. 2-2526 Deleon Finklea Lorente you can finish High school at Home Ai foil in you con do in. H you in. 14 40 Ond Hovi life win. Or few Lompolo Obj Ujj poo High shoot Merle ill Shnol of i Rinko Oill Ritt Offit a 114 Cinon bldg Uppa , in White total resources liabilities undivided profits Reserve for dividends Sec. 166, int. Rev. Code income taxes deposits total liabilities 45 Days alter consolidation Wilh first National Bonk of Cranville South Carolina National Bank Mem if foot Rel Deposit insurance corpor lion 280 West Evans Street Corner Dargan Evans streets Jan link an Mon Ballon Chirl Siton Columbia Dillon cedi Down sufi Willt let Villi Nib Iris picking Seneci Mitch Chi Sumer Moil ind my Ali int

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