Florence Morning News Newspaper Archives Jan 29 1954, Page 14

Low-resolution version. To view a high quality image

Start Free Trial
Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - January 29, 1954, Florence, South CarolinaPage 4-1 the Florence morning news Florence s. C. 71 Friday morning january 29, 1954 deaths and funerals Landy Crawford Effingham Jan. 28 land Crawford. 66-year-old Armer died at Saunders memorial Hospital in Florence this afternoon following a Long period of declining health. Funeral services will be held at 11 . Saturday from the Taber Nacle free will Baptist Church at Coward where he was a member. The Rev. H. W. Richburg pastor of the Church the Rev. Arthur Wil Liams of Hemingway a former pastor and the Rev. Ray Rumsey of Florence will officiate. Burial directed by the Morris funeral Home of Hemingway will be made in the Matthews cemetery near Coward. Or. Crawford was a son of the late Lish and Polly Sasser Craw Ford of Hallsboro n.c., where he was born and reared. He moved to this Section 46 years ago. Active pallbearers will be Mon Roe Larrell Laurea Stewart Char lie Cottingham Blaney Carroway Herbert Collins and Pennywell a zen. Surviving Are his widow mrs. Mattie Mcgee Crawford one daughter mrs. John Jones of Pamplico one son Leurea Crawford of Florence one brother Jim Crawford of Hallsboro. . Two Sisters mrs. Vester Sibbit and mrs. 0. Long both of Hallsboro three grandchildren. Timms infant Hartsville Jan. 28 Funer Al services for the infant son of or. And mrs. Sam Timms of Harts Ville were held from the Chapel Hill Baptist Church. The eve. John Searcy had charge of the services. Burial was in the Church cemetery. The baby was born and died at a local Hospital. Survivors Are his parcs his paternal grandparents and his maternal grandmother. John m. Gandy Bishopville. Jan. 28 Funer Al services for John Mitchell Gan do. 2, were held this afternoon with the Rev. W. R. Shaw officiating. The youth son of Leon e. And Catherine a. Gandy of Ashwood died yesterday morning in county Hospital after a Short ill Ness. In addition to his parents survivors include one brother Leon Edward Gandy or. Two Sisters Linda Catherine and Dorothy Ann Gandy his paternal grandparents or. And mrs. John t. Gandy and his maternal mrs. A. B. Atkinson. W. A. Sellers Chesterfield Jan. 28 funeral services for w. A. Tiny Sellers were held thursday after noon from Hopewell Baptist Church he died at his Home near Here afternoon. Survivors include his widow. Cor Rie Moore Sellers three Daugh ters mrs. Cecil Haithcock of Page isl and mrs. J. P. Allen and i. W. J. Eddins of Chesterfield my Bunis Sellers of Chesterfield. Mrs. Ellen Anglin , Jan. 28 mrs. K in ii v. Angl Iii died today in a Kik a Hill Hospital Turki Wihib an ill of the past several Days. A services will be held at 3 p. In. Friday from the Kistler fun ital Home Here conducted by the Rev. A. P. Fearn of the pentecostal holiness Church. Burial will take place in Grove Hill cemetery. Mrs. Anglin was born and reared in Madison county. A. She re sided in Darlington for Many years and for the past six years had made her Home in Rock Hill. Surviving arc two sons Weldon and in and .1. T. Anglin both of Rork Dai Ipher is mrs. Lena of and mrs. Pm a Mill of Knirs Mountain. N. 10 and 11 Jim no .21 . The Hrody will remain Al Kim Irr funeral Home until the hour of the service. R. L. Flowers funeral services for Robert less Ley Flowers. 77-year-old Farmer o Pamplico. Will be held at 11 Friday at mount Elon free will Baptist Church by the pastor the Rev. Paul act Turman. Burial Wil be in the Church cemetery. Pallbearers will be Buck Gibbs Marshall Steele Woodrow Cain Jack Kennedy Berry Turner Anc Kittrell Hyman. Or. Flowers died Early wednes Day morning at his residence near Pamplico. He has been in declining health for the past several years he was a member of the Beulah Baptist Church of Hyman. Or. Flowers was born dec. 6, 1866, in Florence county a son of the late r. N. And Debora Cain Flowers both of Florence county. Surviving Are his widow mrs. Maggie Estelle Evans Flowers of Pamplico one daughter mrs. Myrtle Jolly of Pamplico six sons Jack Flowers of Hyman ear Flowers and Herbert Flowers both of Pamplico Walter Flowers Florence Harry Flowers in the air Force stationed at keeps Ler Field miss., David Flowers in the u. S. Army stationed at Forl Mclellan Ala. Two Sisters mrs. Bell Harris of Hopewell a. Anc mrs. Grace Foxworth in Alaska four Brothers Douglas Flowers of Welborn Fala John Flowers paid Flowers and Horny Flowers All of Pamplico and nine grandchildren. The body will remain at the Stoudenmire funeral Home until 9 . Friday at which time it will be taken to his residence. Stoudenmire funeral Home will be in charge of arrangements. New polio vaccine testing postponed Washington Jan. 28 Iio wide tests of a new trial polio originally expected to commence Early in february Are now not expected to get under Way until late March or Early april the National foundation for in Anile paralysis announced today. The foundation said this change n schedule was due to delays in he manufacture of the vaccine. To statement quoted president Basil o Connor As saying we have been confronted with ome of the usual production prob Ems that have to be expected in he manufacture of any new product. None of the problems encountered is insuperable and All Are being rapidly solved. While production problems have xes toned the Date for the Start of the trials we plan to inoculate a sufficient number of children be Bre june to determine scientifically he value of this helicopter carries House Raleigh n. A. Jan. 28 i Marine corps helicopter picked in a 1.000-Pnimd House today flew t half a mile and gently set it Down. The semicircular building equal in area to a 38-Man Barracks s framed with Pine battens and covered by a plastic Shell. It Means a new Era in Olarine said a Marine spokesman i to viewed the in the corps search for durable trans structures. The helicopter lifted the building about 30 feet n diameter about 100 feet into their before moving it horizontally. Pope Pius improves Vatican City Jan. 2 if Ope Pius physician found him much improved today and said he appeared to have completely eco cred from his recent nervous Tomach disorder. Quick Loans Southern finance co. -45 o Iso dial 1434 781 w. Ivans strut Yarborough named merchants chairman l. 0. Yarborough was re elected Chinmin and five new members were added to the steering com Mittee As the merchants division of the chamber of Commerce met at the colonial theatre. Yarborough automatically be comes a vice president of the chamber of Commerce Board of directors. Elected to the steering committee Are mrs. Thelma Allen j. M. Brand a. F. Lvon Philip Nofal and Joe l. Wolfe or. Julian Roberts was elected vice chair Man. The newly elected members will serve on the committee for two years. Old members who will serve with the new members for the coming year Are a. L. Bro owns. Sam Dewitt and James Alfred Sef. A Holiday schedule for the com ing year was introduced and passed by the chamber. Stores will be closed on monday following july 4. They will be closed nov. 25, thanksgiving Day. Stores will also close on Christmas Day and new year s Day which fall on saturday and will open on the following monday. After n group discussion it was decided that business Stabb sements will remain open on labor Day. T. J. Mitchell executive Secre tary of the chamber of Commerce gave a report on Money in the pee Dee area in 1952 which a spent on retail goods. He said tha there was in the 1 counties of the area including from farm income according to a research made Mitchell of this Amouri was actually spent in the area leaving or approximately 16 per cent spent outside of the pee Dee area. He said that an approximated is needed to carry out the coming year s promotion plans for bringing More Money into the area it was voted that a pledge plan be carried out to provide a continuous fund for the merchant division Trade promotion program merchants will be Given letters to sign pledging to pay certain sums of Money to the merchants Divis by quarterly Semi annually or annually. This fund will go for Specia sales and other events newspaper radio tourist maps and other advertising. It was announced that a Chamb her of Commerce banquet will be held feb. 18, at . At the Myca. Floyd Keels Case declared mistrial tile Case of Garland Floyd ver sus Louis Keels was declared a mistrial yesterday in Florence civil court for unusual Circum when court convened yesterday counsel for the defendant requested that counsel for the plaintiff and judge r. W. Sharkey hold a priv ate meeting with him. Reports that the plaintiff and the Foreman of the jury had been seen Riding together in Lake City thurs Day night had reached the defendant s attorney Waldo Hyman. The jury had been warned by judge As court recessed wednesday to discuss the Auto damage Case with no one. That is visual procedure when a Case has not been completed in the cur rent Day. Both the plaintiff and the jury Foreman Are residents of Lake City. No charge was made against the plaintiff or the Foreman by the court but it was decided they had not taken the proper precautions to avoid the appearance of evil and the Case consequently was called a mistrial. It will be tried in the next term of court. 16 women injured Newhall calif., Jan. 28 sixteen women were injured to Day. Three or four critically when a blast destroyed part of a build ing. At the termite powder co. Carolina weaving service the South s largest. Moth holes Burns tears expertly he Woven. 60s a Evans Street phone 4327 free estimates Reward on the Day of december 1053, one Platinum bar pin about four inches Long with Twenty nine diamonds of various sizes and one Jold Sunburst brooch circular in shape containing nine diamonds belonging to mrs. R. P. Schofield sr., were stolen from her automobile while parked on Saluda drive Florence South Carolina. Mrs. Schofield is offering u Reward for the delivery o the people s Federal savings loan association at ils place of business in Florence South Carolina of the above described pin and brooch the sum of five Hundred dollars. This Reward shall not extend beyond sixty Days from Date Hereof. Charles w. Stikeleather executive vice president Peoples Federal savings loan association Florence South Carolina january 2gth, for better eating bigger values buy Asp s own brands because eight o clock red Circle and Bokar Ann Page foods Jane Parker baked goods cod All Fine products made expressly Are priced peaches cocktail pineapple lower than comparable brands you Lave when you buy them. And because they re told with a Money Back guar Antee you get Quality you can depend on for every Penny you spend on come see at a Cpl Lonj California sliced or halves fancy fruit no. 214 29-ot. Can 23 21 no. 303 to c 17-ox. Can i fancy crushed a4p Swett Rioh 2 no 1 20-oz. Com 31c fancy sliced beets 2 27c grape juice reliable Cut Waitr _ nut Risoui Green Beans As i9c Lona Hominy for and infant Houma evaporated milk 3 -37 Tref your jaw amok a phial Yew budget Strawberry pie Jane Parker cinnamon Jan breakfast Rolls 25c Gold Pound cake 25c Jan. Parker Jan. Parker cello wrapped Raisin bread 20c White 14c Parker enriched Jan. Dinner Rolls it 15c dessert shells 20c Jan. bread Dundee cake 39c party 19c values in Fine foods for Ann Page week cd Ash m6f a. Amyot Kacom wow fun hum preserves -25 2-39 am Page pure Are made wrote Jantey in ripened you never tasted finer preserves Stock of now my my pm Peanut butter 5esp Spaghetti sauce Ann pa8t Ann Mayonnaise 33c 57c Sandwich spread 29c Ann Page fancy Ann Tomato soup-----4 pure Honey a 29c make real savings with this really Fine Coffee mild and Mellow you Ean t Bent the flavor Taring combination Asp i Ftp oui eight i o clock offer Youl Here i Superb fresh roasted Coffee that guarantees Fine Mellow flavor cup after cup. If you love o clock and Trouti love save an extra 6t. Buy thl 341. Bag eight o clock 3-u. Bao mix Nib red Circle two Mem Jam Wmma

Search all Florence, South Carolina newspaper archives

All newspaper archives for January 29, 1954