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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - January 16, 1958, Florence, South Carolina1 Aitkin Iise Kovs i Loke Inci s. 0. Mousing january 16, City s Margaret Carter Heads Coker scholarship group or. And mrs. Wilson Taylor read the Bible i they be been married for 50 years morning news photo senior citizens or. And mrs. Wilson Taylor sweethearts since childhood by Bess Trueman or. And mrs. Wilson Taylor of the old Claussen Road have been married 50 years and they be been sweethearts since childhood. When i was mrs. Taylor said i carried Wilson s break fast to him in the Fields and i had a sort of childish crush on him even then and would imagine him a Brave Knight coming on a White Charger to lift me up be Hind him and carry me off As his he did eventually take aunt Hattie off As his Bride but the horse was an Ordinary one hitched to an Ordinary buggy. Both have lived in this same Community All their lives attend ing a proverbial three months one teacher one room school House. The school term stretched to four months occasionally by a local supple rent. Mrs. Taylor attended the one at Price s Cross roads named for her father who had a Gin a Mill and a big country store there on his 700 acres of farm land. It is still called Price s Mill some times although the Mill has Long Lince been buried in the grave Yard of the past. We used to make pin Money by picking Cotton Hough my father made my sister1 quit Hoe ing Ilas she would Hoe inc plants up just for meanness As she did not like to Hoe Cotton. Later t went for a while to the presbyterian High school of which the late professor Briggs was principal Heater telling my Chil Dren they ought to bring Home Good reports like i did. Here s or. Taylor s Story my Mother died when i was 4, and i was reared mostly by House keepers. Hattie and i correspond-1 from the time she was just 13 until we married bul i got awful tired of those Straw hat kisses not Felt when i was at business school in Columbus ga., working for Swift a year afterwards Anil j for the Railroad four or five years. So As i wanted to get married and was Only making a month i decided to coma Home and go Back to farming. But As they say faint heart Neer won fair lady and i like to have lost Hattie by trying to wait until i was Able to support her in the Way to which she was accustomed. However one night she being 19 and me almost 30 by that time she told me she would not marry a 30-year-old Man so i forgot All about my fears and popped the question he has taught sunday school in the Liberty Chapel Church for about 30 years. The Church was built during slavery and is girls at Coker to give solos haktsv1lle, Jan. 15 Somo 15 students of piano and a Nice will make Solo appearances in a croup Ren Uil no Cuker College this re Dav Nisil. The is scheduled fur 8 . In the recital Hall of the Margaret Coker Lawton Alusie building. Luikim Atkinson. I in j Monai Ille Jean Balky Florence. Sharon Bennett Jefferson Janke i Campbell Edgefield Louise Lov i Ter. Easley Herbert . Florence Rachel Garrett travel ers rest Milton Hoskins Salec Patricia Hamilton Dillon Martha Dean Lewis Conway june i Reighl Ann Parker. Ken Lois Sawyer Cicore town Ramona Wall monks Cor Ner. Vocalists Sara Ann ranch Man. Dillon my. Pressley Cokor jr., Harls Villa. The musicians in Btl of or. And mrs. Virgil Smith. Mim nov Roll Ami mix. Robinson i 100 years old. And we have had family Pray ers As Long As i can remember spoke up Ruth Dudley mrs. Earl Godbolt whose husband is a Farmer and lives not for from the old Home and Don to forget Mother s tar ing care of her invalid sister for 30 years she has been dead 10 years now that s Why she could n t go to Church All these mrs. Ward broke in. Now let s see if you have All seven of my children s names Down. I have 18 grandchildren too and one great grandchild. Besides Mildren and Ruth Dudley we Al ready mentioned and Bill who helps daddy Here on the term there Are Milton and Warren both Railroad men living in Florence. Smiley runs a cafe and Jack is a wholesale drug Salesman. And 1 must not quit without Lelej ing you the accolade a neighbor mrs. Daisy Carter gave them. She said there was t a Kinder better couple in All the Community not Only to their own family but to anybody that needed help of any kind and the children Russell views disarmament Columbia Jan. 15 w the j question of disarmament is a ticklish one for United states policymakers gubernatorial candidate Donald Russell told the South Carolina Council for the common Good Here today. He said this country must make a reasonable Endeavor for Progress toward disarmament to show peaceful intent. Same time Russell Lake after them. Camellia exhibit set at Kingstree k1ngstree, Jan. 15 Camel Lia growers of the Kingstree area May enter specimens in a Camel Lia exhibit Here on feb. 12. The exhibit will be sponsored by the town s three Garden clubs at . At the Home of mrs. R. E. Swain. The exhibit will take to place of the joint meeting of the three clubs usually held in february. Hahtsv1lle, Jan. 15 miss Margaret Carter of Lake City Heads a Coker College alumnae memorial scholarship committee for the 12th South Carolina Judici Al District. This District comprises Florence Georgetown Horry and Marion counties. The committee will screen and District candidates for alumnae association sponsored series of awards. Twenty five tour year Grants to be paid i 125 yearly instalments Are be no offered this Spring As a Fca ure of Coker s Semi Centennial anniversary Celebration. They Are open on a regional and competitive basis to qualified applicants admitted As resident students to the College s 1958-59 Reshman class. The top ranked will a four year award. This scholarship Coker s big Gest will cover All Basic col Liege expenses netting the Holder annually. A scholarship is to be offered in each of South Carolina s 14 judicial districts. There Are Al so 11 out of stale scholarship districts six in North Carolina three in Georgia and two others entered in Washington d.c., and new York City. Alumnae serving on the South Carolina 12th District scholarship committee include mrs. Johnnie and mrs. J. C. Matti son Florence mrs. T. C. Player mrs. J. W. Blount jr., Andrews mrs. Roy Houseal Clary Georgetown mrs. Luther Benson and miss Evelyn Snider Conway mrs. Charles d. Ander son jr., and mrs. Lance Williams at the warned military strength is needed to bring the uncommitted nations into the democratic fold. Another speaker mrs. C. Smith Toms president of the South Carolina league of women voters spoke on jury service for women in South Carolina. Went Nyls Fec tire Reli of from Chow Radii do bronc if Ruthm Tennte Joii t own Mui inc there i no Rich Marc i Oltra in Comfort by Bro Uhing a Mem j j drug store 157 w. Evans st., Florence Marion. Miss Dera Mccall of Florence Heads a general alumnae me Morial scholarship committee of alumnae association executive Board members. The committee includes miss Margaret Carter of Lake City miss Josephine Erwin of Harts Ville and mrs. Edward Watt of Carlsville. Also mrs. W. C. Kay of Columbia alumnae association president sex offi Cio. Miss Mccall is first vice president of the association and miss Erwi i treasurer. Additional South Carolina District committees Are As follows District 1 Calhoun , Orangeburg mrs. T. B. Bryant Orangeburg chairman mrs. M. D. Shulor jr., so mat thews mrs. Michael Roe Camp Bell Orangeburg mrs. Charles Council Orangeburg. District 2 Aiken Bamberg Barnwell mrs. John w. Stephens Aiken chairman mrs. J c Smith. Ehrhardt mrs. B. C. Riley. Williston. District 3 Clarendon Lee sum Ter Williamsburg mrs. Charles v. Stoll. Kingstree chair Man mrs. P. T. Brabham Man Ning mrs. C. W. Sprott summer ton mrs. Ray Alexander jr., Bishopville mrs. Marvin Mcclam Sumter. District 1 Chesterfield Dar Lington. Dillon Marlboro coun mrs. Edward Watt Harts Ville chairman mrs. J. H. Craw Ford Chesterfield mrs. Melvin Newsome jr., Cheraw mrs. Rob Ert Caddell Minturn miss Rebec Ca f. Henslee Dillon miss Nancy Owens Dillon mrs. J. L. Me quake jr., Clio. District 5 Kershaw Richland mrs. W. C. Kay co Lumbia chairman mrs. C. K. Blakeney Kershaw mrs. Gilbert Dupre Columbia miss n i t a Pitts Columbia. District 0 Chester fair Field Lancaster York mrs. Rogers Little Rabb Winnsboro chairman mrs. A. T. Weir Black Stock miss Alice Clark Winnsboro miss Martha Perkins Lancas Ter mrs. L. B. Ellis Rock Hill. District 7 Cherokee spartan Burg Union mrs. C. Ii. Crow Spartanburg chairman mrs. A. W. Askins Gaffney mrs. Posy Belcher Inman mrs. F. W. Wolfe Spartanburg miss Emmie Brown Union. District 8 Abbeville Green Wood Laurens Newberry coun mrs. L. B. Aull jr., ninety six chairman mrs. W. S. Sher Ard Calhoun Falls miss ii a r Lowe Mahaffey Laurens miss Ruth Riddle Laurens. District 9 Berkeley Charles ton miss Marian Duke Charleston mrs. Bur ton e. Williams monks Corner. District 10 Anderson Oconee counties i mrs. Richard k. Allen Anderson chairman mrs. Smythe Blake Belton mrs. A. P. Martin Westminster. District 11 Edgefield Lexing ton Mccormick Saluda mrs. R. W. Owens Batesburg chairman mrs. W. G. Derrick Johnston miss Lorna Miller Batesburg mrs. H. F. Padget Saluda. District 12 Florence Georgetown Horry. Marion coun miss Margaret Carter Lake speaker Henry Sims president of Winthrop col lege will address members of the Florence rotary club at their regular meeting Mon Day at the Sanborn hotel. Program chairman for the Day is Tommy Miller. City chairman mrs. Johnnie m. Davis Florence mrs. J. C. Matti son Florence mrs. T. C. Player Tinmun Onsville mrs. J. W. Blount jr., Andrews mrs. Roy Houseal Clary Georgetown mrs. Luther Benson Conway miss Evelyn Snider Conway mrs. Charles d. Anderson jr., Marion mrs. Lance Williams Marion. District 13 Greenville Pickens mrs. Etta Mosely Dorn Greenville chairman mrs. Fred Bagwell Greenville mrs. J. R. Owings Greenville mrs. John w. Durham Pickens. District 14 Allendale Beaufort Colleton Hampton Jasper coun. Mrs. Henry a. White Allen Dale chairman mrs. James c. Stevenson Beaufort mrs. H. K. Cone Walterboro mrs. M. E. Ellis Hampton. Of Why spend More shop ahead no for fhe rest of your Winter needs. Ponney s pfc takes drastic markdowns on hundreds of i wanted in season items makes big Penney values even bigger store save at the sign of the spinning Light thursday Friday saturday 1.50 Ann sol suppose. 98c 12 of. Maalo Liq. _. 12 of. 100 anacin tabs____89c 25c by powder_____15c soc Doans pills_____59c 16 of. Petrogalar____79c 14 of. Listerine 69c ton prom Richard Hudnut Home permanent your Choice Only 8 49 reduce safely a yes Candy Melo zets 98c slim Dex Jessamin saccharin 1000, 1 or. 69c eau Denna. 75c Black strand___49c 98c Artra 69c Long aid_____69c All vitamins at Best prices adults or children prescription specialists on duty at All times Ivery men s Wool Nylon plaid girls Wool and Corduroy special Purchase 1000 Yards Fine Quality 80-Square full bolts-36" wide first Quality Sanfor ired machine washable assorted prints and solids All girls Wool Winter reduced women orlon reduced women and children sweaters Long sleeve cardigans broken sizes. Assorted styles Short sleeve slipcovers sport shirts reduced girls Rayon Nylon Robes Rew ced Popup jackets reduced reduced flannel shirts reduced and reduced and one group women s better reduced women s lined and unused Cotton jackets and women s Winter reduced and women s Cotton flannel gowns reduced dark color Rayon Nylon blankets reduced 1 table assorted fabrics in 1 to 4 Yard remnants recce y3 off reduced women s Winter Wool Coats broken sizes assorted weaves Wens Wool broken sizes 35 to 46 men s All Wool flannel Slacks sizes 79 to 42 charcoal med. Grey Brown

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