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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - January 21, 1954, Florence, South CarolinaPage 8 the Florence morning news Florence s. Thursday morning january 21, 1954 Charleston school head addresses a to confab by Thelma Smiith i can t know a child unless know the a Veteran teacher told the eighth District a to conference Here yesterday. a. Wienheimer principal of Cooper River High school of Charleston who has been teaching for 38 years described the vast difference Between the educational set Tom of those Early Days and like present. The meeting was held Ai the episcopal Parish House Ivi a about 50 delegates present. When i first began teaching i of sieved that the Way i had been with a course of study set up and no Choice of subjects was the Way. Long ago i came to Realise the difference Between a in Irsic of study and a curriculum. A course of study is simply a factory output of information a curriculum is what we do with a course of study so that learning he explained. Weinheimer reflected the opinion of Many authorities that the first five or six years of a child s life Are the most formative and con sequently the most important when he me a child until he is six then you can have he thoughtfully referred to the real problem children As Parent Al mrs. J. Howard Stokes of Flor ence state a to president made a Brief but forceful speech urging the members to support two cur rent Bills before the state legis lature. One of these is rep. Julian Dusenbury s mile and a half sidewalk Bill and the other a new measure not yet introduced which Falls under the department of education. T would provide special classes not Only for the physically and mentally handicapped but also for he mentally advanced children. Delegates attended from Marion Horry Williamsburg Georgetown and Florence counties. The con Ference opened at . And closed at . Press on the magician opens series of shorn Here today Preston the magician opens pre show entertainment with a free act in the window of Sears Roe Buck and co. At . The magician s first show is set for 8 . At Mcclenaghan High school auditorium sponsored by the Exchange club. This afternoon Preston will Cir Cle above the City in a Light plane broadcasting his hypnotic ideas through one of the City s radio stations. From the station his words go to a subject in the store win Dow. If hypnotized the subject will be entranced until tonight when he a the time the subject is asleep hell be making a Good living Exchange officials said yesterday. Pay of s3 an hour has been set for the Volunteer. Volunteers for the hypnotism act should report to Sears at 3 . For an interview with the magi Cian Exchange ites said. Besides the single afternoon act Preston is scheduled to hypnotize volunteers from the audience to night. Shows will be Given at the High school through saturday night proceeds will go to the Exchange club s youth activities. Big brother director meets with pee Dee committees meetings with steering commit tees across the area covered by the pee Dee big brother Assn. Has occupied most of the recent time of the association s new director Charles w. Fleming. Fleming said yesterday that he had met with several of the committees primarily to introduce himself and make known his needs in the three county project. Flor ence Darlington and Marion coun ties Are covered. Besides those meetings Fleming also has been in Contact with Law enforcement officers school Anc welfare officials and boy scout leaders to name a few to gain information for coming work with needy boys. Fleming added that it would be possible very soon to begin Tak ing cases of boys who can be helped through big Brothers. Kendall elected Peoples Federal head for 1954 j. Kendall was elected pres ident of the Peoples Federal Sav Ings and loan association of Flor ence at the annual meeting held yesterday. Other officers elected Are c. W. Stikeleather executive vice presi Dent n. B. Baroody vice presi Dent Charles e. Haselden treasurer Everette l. Moody assistant treasurer and mrs. Lee w. Salley directors Are n. B. Baroody Claude w. Brown Henry f. Dar Gan jr., a. L. Hardee Charles e. Haselden j. Kendall Robert p. Schofield jr., c. W. Stikeleather and Hugh l. Willcox. During 1953 the reserves and undivided profits were increased Over total dividends paid Dur ing the year amounted to Over and total assets increased Over new Loans were s3.010.825, according to the annual report. Textile clinic set Washington Jan. Hugh m. Brown of the school of textiles Clemson College. S. C., will be one of the speakers at the fifth annual Cotton research clinic Pinehurst n. C., feb. 17-19. New methods for the further improvement of the Cotton textile Mills carding operation will receive the attention of five speakers at the clinic sponsored by the util j7ation research division of the National Cotton Council. The organization is constructed to take boys who Lack the Gui dance of an adult male to help the boys find their places in life big Brothers Are volunteers who will devote several hours monthly to helping boys in Fleming said. He added that applications for big Brothers Are being considered and that men would be interviewed Teton to handle cases. Pine Grove a pcs sets study course Darlington Jan. 20 the women s society of Christian ser vice of Pine Grove methodist Church will begin its Bible study thursday night. Mrs. Charles Jordan president said the study would be on the Book of Jeremiah. She urged All persons who can to attend the meet Ings. Mrs. J. L. Alexander will teach the course she said. world s largest seller at Ioc be Quick to treat bronchitis chronic bronchitis May develop if your cough Chest cold or acute bronchitis is not treated and you cannot afford to take a Chance with any Medicine less potent than Creo Molson which j goes into the bronchial system to help loosen and expel germ Laden phlegm and Aid nature to soothe and heal raw. Tender inflamed bronchial membranes. Or emulsion blends Beechwood creosote by special process with other time tested medicines for coughs. It contains no narcotics. No matter How Many medicines Yoo have tried or emulsion is guaranteed to please Yon or druggist refunds Money. has stood Tai of Many millions of usen. Adv employment opportunities employment opportunities for experienced capable men to Troin for position As store managers Ond meat Market managers to work with modern progressive super markets Chain. Rapid advancement for men with experience and ability. All of the usual employment benefits such As group Hospital Ond group life insurance programs sick leave Bine firs paid vacations Etc. Are available. Answer Caro personnel manager Box 564 Columbia s. Miranda Duckett por trays the part of Jenny a negro maid in the forthcoming Little theatre production brother As the laugh Able Jenny she is More inter Ted in what s going on around the Home than in it. Mrs. Tuckelt is a first Grade teacher at Royall school and a Little theatre Veteran. Photo by Strickland boy scouts hold annual gathering three Silver Beaver awards the highest diadem for adult Volun Teers in area boy scouting will be presented tonight at the y11ca when the pee Dee area Council of the boy scouts of America holds us annual banquet. The event Wilt begin at . Kagle scouts will have charge of the opening and closing ceremonies e. Stallworth Council executive said yesterday and will also Lap the men to be Given the Silver Beaver awards. Stallworth said that if the Wrath is fair n Mavd of or More will he present for the affair the biggest single event on he Council s social Calendar. The featured speaker will be r. Toswell Long of Charlotte . Armed by Stallworth an outstand a regional and National Seoul last year the banquet Drew an overflow crowd so Many in fact that some of the people had to be served outside of the dining room Stallworth said. The Silver Beaver awards to be Given consist of a Blue and White Satin neck ribbon with a solid Sil ver Beaver at the end. It is the third highest Volunteer decoration with the Silver Ante Lope award Given for top regional work and the Silver Buffalo the National award. At the Mcleod infirmary Lander College term Greenwood Jan. 20 registration for second semester courses at Lander College will be held thursday and Friday afternoon. Among new courses scheduled for the second semester Are Kim Scio introduction to and the child the Home and the admissions fur Jan 19 David Miller. Lake View mrs. James a. Purvis Florence mrs. Herman Del Flower Scran ton Robert Cooper Wisacky mrs. Willie Lewis Tabor City n. James q. Jeffords Florence mrs. J. K. Coker Lake City Brenda Timmons Florence mrs. Lloyt Fulmer or Florence mrs. W. Dove Dillon mrs. J. R. Strickland Barnes Ville n. Leo Perlitz Charleston Gladys Smith Florence Jefferson Hariott Murrells Inlet air Nita Rogers Dillon Rev. George s. Scott Lynchburg Willie Lucky. Florence Lillie Ross. Florence Isola Mcdaniel Marion discharges mrs. Billy Ham and baby Flor ence mrs. A. Ciolfe and baby Hartsville Daniel Moorer Latta mrs. Claude Mcfarland Harts Ville mrs. W. M. Todd Myrtle Beach miss Elsie Mae Black Ruby mrs. Jennie Mcelveen Florence mrs. M. A. Mccaskill Florence mrs. Cyril d. Allen Florence love lie Strickland Effingham Kelly j. Jordan Darlington Orlie Norris Tabor City . Marvin e. Anderson Florence mrs. E. G. Thomas. Latta or. M. D. Nesmith Lake City James Mitchell Shoemake baby Carlsville miss Jerry Wise Florence miss Linda Lois Sowall. Mcbee miss Linda Powell Florence miss Essie Brock Cheraw Douglas Wiggins Darlington mrs. Herman w. Powell mul Lins Don t let it spoil your charms quickly ease itch and bum promote Healing fast with famous Black and White ointment. Over 51 million packages sold get it. Use it. Today sure. Cleans with Black and White skin soap. Mrs. M. R. Webb Fairmont , mrs. Louis b. Mathis Timmons Ville mrs. Boyd Ila Tehell Florence John Henry Mcmillan Florence Tommy Lee Washington. Clausse Eva Mae Bessel Manning teachers to meet Darlington Jan. 20 a meeting of All teachers and offi cers will be held at the Central Baptist Church Friday night. Jan. 29. This meeting is of much importance and each Leader is urged to Allend. John Cunningham superintendent of the sunday school said. 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