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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - January 19, 1954, Florence, South CarolinaTuesday morning january 19, 1954 the Florence morning news Florence s. Pages leading nominees for the Florence Young woman of the year award Are mrs. Lynda Riley left and mrs. Nina Martin. They have been selected from a Field of 20 women. Final selection will be decided by a team of judges Ond will be announced at a banquet Jan. 25. At that time the Young Man of the year will be announced also. The awards Are sponsored by the Junior chamber of Commerce and its auxiliary. Morning news photo mrs. Riley mrs. Martin named for woman of year honors mrs. Lynda Riley and mrs. Nina Martin have been revealed As top contenders for the first annual Young woman of the year award for Florence. The Junior chamber of com Merce sponsors of the Young Man of the year award and the Jaycee ettes announced last night that mrs. Riley and mrs. Martin were the top two in a Field of 20 women whose names were submitted for the female Honor. A team of judges will decide this week which of the nominees will win the coveted award. Awards to both Man and woman will be made at a banquet to be held at the Myca. Jan. 25. J. 0. Tally attorney and former mayor of Fayetteville n. C., will be guest speaker for the banquet. Mrs. Riley is the wife of Wil our funeral prices plainly marked available to every client the same Priet Waters funeral Home "60 years of service 400 South Dargan St. Dial 6311 dial 3294 for drug store needs prescriptions called for and delivered a registered pharmacist on duty at Alt times Evans drug company Liam m. Riley. The Riley reside at 811 w. Palmetto St. She served As president of the Welcome wag on during the past year was vice president and serves on the Board of directors of the Jaycee ettes she assisted in fund drives of the red Cross Community Chest and March of dimes she was Active in membership drives of the Little theatre and the Community con Cert Assn. Mrs. Riley was Active also in the work of the to Mobile unit and served As corresponding Secretary for the Mckenzie school a to. She was a room Mother for the school and a Den Mother for a local boy scout cub group she serves As associate superintendent of the intermediate depart ment and As a sunday school teacher of the first Baptist Church. Mrs. Martin served As chairman of three fund raising projects for the Benefit of the crippled Chil Dren s Home she was chairman of the project finding and ticket sales committee for the easter Parade she served As ticket sales chairman for the Junior welfare league follies of 53. She is a teacher in the sunday school and Leader of the intermediate group of the training Union of the first Baptist Church. She serves on the program com Mittee for the three arts literary club and was second vice presi Dent of the Jaycee ettes. She is a Grade Mottier at Royall school and assisted in the membership drive of the Little theatre. Members of the committee in charge stressed that both mrs. Hiley and mrs. Martin have out standing qualities As homemakers and that both were personable peo ple. Tally who served two terms As mayor of Fayetteville is a Grad uate of Cambell College Duke University and the Law schools of Duke and Harvard universities. The 33-year-old former mayor of of Fayetteville has an impressive rec Ord. Rotarians hear Exchange youth talk on England the weekly meeting of the Flor ence Hilary club was held yester Day at the Florence hotel with president Joe Wolfe presiding. Alex Kendall program chairman introduced the speaker Fred Mclaughlin or. Mclaughlin who was an Exchange student to England sponsored by the International farm youth Exchange program of the National 4-h club foundation told of his experiences. He told the club that he found the English people very reserved As a result of the crowded living conditions. England he said has 50 million people to 30 million acres of land As compared to South Carolina s 2 million people to 20 million acres of land. Mclaughlin showed color slides Fiat he made while in England. Phey showed How the people lived and the things they did. Some of the slides were of the gardens in England the Garden spot of the in spite of the Rainy climate the Flowers Are quite Beautiful he said. Mclaughlin said that it rained about 75 per cent of the Days he was in England. He told the rotarians that the crop yields in England Are very Ligh. They produce As much As .8 tons of potatoes per acre and 95 bushels of wheat per acre. Guests of the club were or. David Richards of Mcleod infirmary and Jack Bogart of Queens Village n. Y. Visiting rotarians were Hankie Carter Timmons Ville and r. Wells of Orange Burg. Announcements were made that he District conference would be held in Columbia feb. 15-16 and he rotary club ladies night feb. Before joing the Law firm of tally tally and Brewer he served a year As a Law professor at Wake Forest. He is past president of the chamber of Commerce of Fayette Ville a past vice president of the North Carolina bar association a past president of the Harvard club of North Carolina past president of the Duke Law school alumni association past governor of the kiwanis clubs of North and South Carolina and past president of the North Carolina league of municipalities. At the Mcleod infirmary admissions Jan. 16-17 miss Elsie Mae Black Ruby miss Louise Mcgee Florence Annie Dell Kennedy Effingham mrs. W. W. Skipper Conway Debbie Arnold Mcbee Burise Bittle Chesterfield Viola Bittle Chesterfield David Henry Timmons Ville Wesley Lloyd Darlington Scott lion Meyer Flor ence Linda Lois Sowell my Bee James Mozingo in Darlington mrs. Lawrence Anderson jr., on All items paid with Cash Murray Mitchell Cut the Cost of Home repairs. Get fur prices your lumber Dollar is Worth More at the Shaw lumber co. Dial 3289 Darlington mrs. F. H. Murray Florence Tommy Brown Florence mrs. H. O. Merrill Lake City Billy Brown Florence Kathryn Towe Marion Daniel f. Moorer Latta Fred Melton Lake City mrs. Ernest Dorriety Lamar mrs. Eunice Hinson fair Bluff n. James Mitchell Shoemake Harls mrs. M. A. Mccaskill Florence William a. Hemingway Heming Way mrs. T. P. Went Hartsville mis. P. T. Brigman Cheraw sirs. J. E. Jennerette Mullins Gary Hayes Latta mrs. B. W. Holmes Darlington mrs. S. W. Williamson doves Vine Hiss Linda Powell Florence Bufus f. Howard sr., Florence mrs. A. Rolfe Hartsville a. Victor Bethea Dillon Thomas l. Edwards or. Sumter Nelson Cooper Lake City 0. B. Hickmond Darlington Tommy Lee Washington Clausen Philip j. Hanna Scranton Bannie Taylor Darlington Lillie Mae Wright Florence discharges mrs. H. A. Dixon Darlington h. J. Hancock Timmons Vule mrs. G. R. Fitch Lake City n. S. Abu Arab Florence mrs. N. Forbes Bennettsville John l. Edwards Aynor Woodrow Ham. Florence Jerry Powell Kingstree Mitchel Jarome Gilbert baby Hartsville miss Linda Thompson Florence Alex Vasi Loans Florence Isacc Martin jr., Conway mrs. Howard Gandy and baby Start Seville mrs. J. M. Keith Darlington Scott Hoffmeyer Florence b. J. Gandy. Florence mrs. R. F. Zeigler sr., Florence mrs. F. D. Holland Florence Tommy Brown Florence Billy Brown Florence James a. Stuckey Bishopville mrs. H. O. Mcrritt like City. Mrs. J. F. Cockfield Scranton Mack k. Poston Johnsonville Willie Livingston Florence Mary Crawford Dillon Bernice Hunter Florence Lou Ellen Boatwright Florence Annie Dell Kennedy and baby Effingham Kathryn Towe Marion James Harrison jr., Florence Exchange club hears lecture on optometry or. Sam Ham local optometrist made the first in a series of talks on professions of members of the club As local Exchange ites met r esterday at the Sanborn hotel. Or. Ham told of the fundamentals of onto retry and described i work. He said Potomi heists held Little meaning to a Layman bul when described As onto. Meaning eyes As meaning Meas ure and Istas one who then we have the full one who measures the in Point ing out the necessity in caring for the eyes. Or. Ham Drew a diagram showing the physical Structure o the Eye and where disease eau Sec the greatest problems of sight. In conclusion or. Ham presented a movie which emphasized the fac that we learn sight just As we learn to use other physical facilities of our make up that the pro Cess of learning to use our eyes must be based upon healthful Hab its just As any other Good habits of health. The film pointed rut that through research of vision personality traits could be deter mined. President Art Ousley reminded members o the scheduled appear Ance of Preston the magician. Sponsored by the Exchange club Preston will appear at Mcclenaghan High school thursday Fri Day and saturday nights at 8 o clock. He will present also a performance on each of those Days n a downtown store window. Proceeds will be used for Exchange club youth work. Presbyterian Church religious directors hold annual Retreat by a staff correspondent King thee Jan. 18 directors of religious education from " presbyterian churches throughout Louth Carolina gathered at Camp Harmony this afternoon for the annual three Day directors Retreat. The directors were welcomed to night by miss Ann Pitts of co Umbria president of the s. Directors of religious Educ nation association. The Rev. T. Robert Fulton of Columbia will conduct Bible study classes each Day. A session on leadership education will be led wednesday by the Rev. W. Tod Jones of Columbia regional director of Christian education for lie Synod of s. Or. J. B. Galloway of Columbia will speak tuesday night. Other lenders for the Retreat Are miss Rettic Currie of Richmond Hiss Jessie Hodges Columbia and miss Eleanor Foxworth Public school teacher of Kingstro. Mrs. Tom Burgess of Greeley Ville will be in charge of meals. Production record Fred h. Young of Florence has registered Jersey cow that recently completed a 305-Day Herd improvement registry production record of pounds of milk con dining 582 pounds of at the age of 5 years and 4 months. The official record was made by signal Duchess Daffodil. Her tests were supervised by Clemson col age. We make real estate Loans for my installation of that by item and bathroom focal Lam us pm your National finance corp. 91? North Dora on sir met dial 7153 a. And p. Officials converged on Florence sunday night for the annual banquet honouring winners of the statewide 4-h Sweet potato production and marketing contest. Here s an in formal shot of several of the organization s top officials along with local a. And p. Personnel. Left to right j. A. Jones Florence supervisor Walter Brunson a. And p. Manager for Florence p. M. Bealer or. Of Charlotte vice president of the Southern Divis Ion a. And p. Robert m. Smith of Jacksonville fla., president of the Southern division Jim Cornelius of Charlotte superintendent of the Charlotte unit and v. L. Sherry of Sumter a. And p. Buyer. See editorial the payoff in Page 4. Morning news photo a to confab slated Here tomorrow the annual conference of the Light District Parent teacher association will meet tomorrow at he episcopal Parish House. Members from Marion Horry Vil Hamburg Georgetown and Florence counties comprise the eighth District. Registration will begin at 10 a. M. The Public is invited to attend. A question and answer period will follow an address by c. A. Weinheimer of Charleston. Weinheimer will make another address at . In the Parish House on the High school a to and How it differs from the elementary units and what it can mean to the Parent. Jim Brand continues Lead in mod s Beautiful Man Jim Brand continued to hold his Lead yesterday in the most Beautiful Man contest being sponsored for the Benefit of the March of dimes. Police sgt. Herbert Fields How Southern Bell notes changes in personnel three Southern Bell Telephone company personnel changes involving men who Are Well known in South Carolina have been announced in Atlanta Florence Tele phone officials said Here today. G. Dean Garner vice president for personnel matters who spent part of his Telephone career in Nashville tenn., and ack Sonvile fin., in addition to other cities will retire Jan. 31 under the Bell sys tem retirement plan. He will be succeeded by Frank m. Malone who spent part of his career in Jackson miss., and Asheville ., As District Mana now is vice president in charge of Public relations. He in turn will be succeeded in that position by Harvey g. Booth who spent part of his earlier Ca reer in Jacksonville West Palm Beach. Fla., Pensacola fla., co Umbus ga., and other cities. He was District manager at Columbus Anri Pensacola. Winthrop observes founder s Day Rock Hill Jan. 18 the value of an institution lies less in he number of its years than in he Richness of its past and its Lopes in years to come. Or. Edward k. Graham Chancellor of the roman s College of the University of North Carolina has told the Winthrop College student body. Or. Graham was guest speaker at Wishrop s annual founder s Day program celebrated in Mem Ory of the late David Bancroft Johnson founder and first presi Dent of the South Carolina College for women. Speaking on the role of the women s College or. Graham cited to Independence As one of its major advantages. Weather facts Florence and i be Dee data from the United states re Cather Bureau in Florence for he 24-hour period ending last night. Temperature 55 your year year year Sunrise Myrtle Beach tide p. I. . Washington Jin. 18 Al Winther Bureau report of and or the 2-1 hours ending 8 ., in the Prin Cipal Cotton growing and station ii. L. Or. Station ii. L. I r. Alpina 13 0 l Angeles .18 51 ,30 Aih Evillo 52 50 19 Atlanta 50 33 Meridian 6s 26 is. City 34 11 Memphis 47 27 bar Ham 63 29 Meridian 65 26 Fliton in 3 Miami 43 persons join armed forces Here forty three persons who applied for military service in Florence recruiting stations since Jan. 7 have been accepted. They Are Ben Taylor of Georgetown army. Edward Lee Johnson of. Lords air Force. Sammie g. Jackson of Sumter air Force. Lynwood Nathaniel sports of Georgetown Ajr Force. James Waterman Hardwick of Conway army. Manning James Mccants of Georgetown army. Franklin t. Harris of Loris Arney. Hayward Ambrose Fowler of Loris air Force. Ted Brent Matheson of Cheraw air Force. James w. Hayes of Rembert air Foree. Henry b. Ross of Rembert air Force. Marion j. White of Manning air Force. Wendell b. Bailey of Dalzell air Force. James d. Sullivan of Manning air Force. David a. Trimmal of Rembert air Force. Issac Pollard of Rembert army. Ken Maynard of Lake City air Force. Gerald Norman Gaskins of by Man air Force. Charlie goings or. Of Bennetts Ville army. James Archie Talbert of Harts Ville army. R. J. Nettles of Lake City army. Hubert Page of Lake View army. Houston Defon Small Tabor City George Melton Pullie of Latta Wycliffe Eugene Miles of mar Ian air Force. Charles Hampton love of Flor ence air Force. Carroll Otis Marrell of Lamar air Force. Sherwood Ray Gray of Lake air Foree. Willie Harmon Brown of Floy Dale army. Robert Lee Franklin Williamson of Dillon army. Herbert Lemuel Springs of Nichols army. Joseph s. Smith of Kingstree air Force. Donald Emmett Graham of Sumer army. Luther l. Floyd of Mullins army. Leroy session of Conway army. Elbert e. Rogers of Scranton air Force. William ii. Culick of Scranton air Force. Willie h. Culick of Scranton air Force. Willie Lee Baker of Darlington air Force. Curlis Capers of Lake City army. Charles Lloyd of Darlington air Force. Bobby d. Gag woos of Chester Field air Force. Bobby d. Gatewood of Chester Field air Force. h. Hatfield Iii of sum Ler army. Buffalo 50 33 34 11 29 in 3 32 6 Charlotta 39 27 cd Nonga Xii 21 Char Rico 30 7 41 .14 3 Nallas 54 30 my or 57 1 in Lam 31 -2 Lar Lefiu Ihl nth Fresno Houston Lurk Vullo City 45 1ft key 80 m Knox Iho u 8 .10 50 45 Ftp 50 4fi 3lt 14 71 40 76 61 Mann sep 17 -10 Mobile s 35 monks my 87 32 met Flroa 11 -12 .02 n Orlenna 64 33 new York 25 9 Norfolk 43 22 Thlu 2fi 5 i to Only 6.1 34 39 3 Roll hid 14 -19 40 13 St full 37 14 san Innon 4r .01 Savannah 67 40 Seattle. 29 25 .41 77 51 wait inn 35 13 Wum Lon 51 a Monte Irvin of the new York wants has a lifetime batting aver age of .309. His 1953 Mark of .329 was his Best in five big league seasons. Ventu Lite custom venetian blinds aluminium awnings Bamboo match stick Tripet and Roll Dps sales service special on cleaning dial 7024 Utsey s 5 Florenco Ever was rapidly closing in on him. Brand now has votes to 3.g29 Lor Fields. In third place is or. S. A. Greenberg with others in the running with their votes Are or. Lamar 994, Don Gray 889, Tom Ector 804, Jack Talle vast c70. J. T. Rice 634, Ben Dozier c20, or. Harry Taulur 55c, Clifton Green 554, Haskell m. Thomas 52-1 and Roddy Brown a newcomer 25. Votes Are obtained according to the amount of Money placed in lurch of dimes containers tagged with the name of the candidates. Meanwhile the mod Campaign struggled Forward in an Effort to reach a goal of James Jones local mod Cham Pion turned Over yester Day to bring his total for the drive to total for the drive is now s3.322.84. A Benefit basketball game will be offered at Mcclenaghan High school tonight for the March of dimes. Boys and girls teams of Mhz and Mullins will clash. Lynchburg teams vie with Sherwood forces Lynchburg Jan. 38 the panthers of Lynchburg High school Are Host to Sherwood teams tues Day night in a basketball double header with the girls game . Opener. Both she Vood teams have piled up a Long string of victories and n packed House is expected for the game. The Lynchburg boys after 11 straight wins dropped a thriller to Hollywood on the latter1.1 court Friday night. The Luc Burr girls edged out the Hollywood sextet by 39-34. The first Home court loss for Hollywood. Thrills suspense and Romance Are three words that could describe the newest member in our comic Page family a picture serial As exciting As an absorbing novel that never you la not want to miss a single Day of Back at work Darlington Jan. 18 mrs. 3umy i. Strickland of Darlington has resumed her duties As Man Ager of the Glamour shop on the Public Square after undergoing najor surgery several weeks ago. Gas 5 for 51.44 free gifts super a South Irry Street Cannon Bath towels lollypops Candy bars see. America s foremost1 hypnotist mag clan at the Mcclenaghan High school thursday Friday saturday Jan. 21, 22, 23 adults children turn to it now on the comic Page see a preview presentation of Preston in the window of Sears Roebuck thur. . At 4 pm each Day sponsored by the Exchange club of Florence Westinghouse laundromat and dryer for 1954 fully automatic laundromat Only As Little of Down and a month delivers Matching automatic dryer Down and a month delivers the 1954 Westinghouse laundry twins the laundromat and dryer As Little As Down and a month delivers those Fine was Day twins Charlie Womock co

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