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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - July 5, 1957, Florence, South CarolinaPage 6-b the Florence morning news Florence s. C. Keiday 5. Huge expansion giant bomb test May come today atomic test site nov., july 4 favourable Wenthur continues scientists will touch off to Morrow what could be die biggest nuclear explosion on this Contin ent. The test sixth of the summer series had been set for today but was postponed for technical Rea ions. At this morning s weather briefing conditions were said to a Good or r firing at . Tomorrow. The device will be suspended from a balloon feet Over Yucra Flat 75 Miles Northwest lore than 1.000 marines Are to Couch in trenches. Lion conduct Maneu vers after the burst. If the device returns the maximum amount of Energy scientists Lay. It will be the biggest bang Tver heard in the Western Hemi in Here. Cheraw teachers attending school in summer term special to news Cheraw july 4 among the and primary teachers Cheraw schools attending _ school Are mrs. Mar Noflet Blackmon mrs. Nalon John ton. Mrs. Glenn Rainwater jars. Ervin Knight and mrs. Claude Vernon. All of these Are attend big simmer school it Coker College. Mrs. E. S. Schumpert has re returned Home from the University of South Carolina and mrs. Lorena Laney is at Boone n. C. Robert Edwards principal of Hie elementary and primary schools. Will leave soon for pea body teacher s College at Nash Ville Tenn. Where lie will be in Jummer school for five weeks. A. Pearson principal of Cheraw High school is also attending sum Mer school Boone n. C. Ports authority takes new duties july 4 up the South Carolina state ports authority monday assumed some o the duties of the former Board of Harbor commissioners for the port Charleston. The commission was abolished by an act of the South Carolina general Assembly earlier this year. Some of its duties were As to the ports authority lome to the ports Pilotage com Mission. Agriculture teachers schedule conference Columbia july 4 w about 115 agriculture teach ers in South Carolina High schools will take part in the annual con Ference for teachers of vocational agriculture monday through Fri Day july 8-12. E. Gore of Columbia state pipe Vii or of agriculture Educa Tion said latest developments Anc research in livestock and the use of modern farm equipment will emphasized on the conference program this year. Vocational agriculture in the total school program will be Dis cussed by or. Jesse t. Anderson elate superintendent of education at the final session Friday morn ing. This session also will include a talk by r. E. Naugher pro Gram specialist in agricultural education. . Office of education. Washington who will speak on the to programs that Marion county Man replaces a. H. Ward Clemson. July 4 a native of Marion county has been named As a replacement for Audley h. Ward who retired july 1 As District agent in the Savannah Valley District. D. Austin Shelley r 193g Clem College graduate was born in Marion county. He began his i Extension career As assistant Conn i by Genii n Aiken county in 1936. I he later served As county agent in Mccormick county and since 1940 Haf been county agent in Barnwell county except for four years tour in the armed forces. J. B. Williams of Aiken has been appoint Fri to the newly fronted position of 4-h club agent. Port activity Down in state . July 4 w customs at the port of for the ? fiscal Itin vital ii nuut Tuo million Dol ing Tiu in iht1 it cum figure club i d up t in t u1 preceding year. A of was collected for the i i months period end in Lune .10 Thi compares with 331 in in Eirls recorded for the port Utji drily Esti Mili d. However that the Dollar of handled Here and Georgetown in firm of if i Iho it t per rent or Hun of the first months i to big promotion Cam a i ii 4 a. I i Ali i inc p o Indian Good an Mir i Gyp. Importer i Export no. One Stop shop at Winn Dixie for All your a picnic treat Dixie Darling mixed Given free each time you shop your Friendly Winn Dixie you get Dou ble savings Low Low prices plus h. Green Stamps redeemable for Over 1500 items of fam Ous products gives a Hickory smoked flavor Black Panther charcoal 10 75 Astor unsweetened prune juice 31 37. Longer lasting starch Gal. Sweet pickles. 27 for added flavor on sandwiches and salads Dixie Darling slice on sandwiches red Bird a picnic must Handy Charmin paper 460c or pkg 4j flavorful Georgia 60 it. Pkg. Burns every time Cabot the perfect Sandwich loaf Dixie Darling enriched pimiento. 25c charcoal. 10 enjoyed by everyone Spanish stuffed la. 69c olives 10 of. Jar Palmetto farm tray packed Cut up ready for tha pan top with nuts o smooth creamy dessert super Brand marinate in Barb a souls for 2 or j hours then Grill charcoal delicious drily be Cream Palmetto farm prepared salads serve on o cold meat Platter Kingon s sliced Macaroni salad 29c boiled Hail lab. Cup 8-oz. Cup ready prepared Barb a potato. 29c egg. 29c Palmetto farm Oscar Mayer Bologna chickens half or whole Oscar Mayer liver cheese 25c for All baking and frying needs Armour s veg Etole so Good on Cracker children love it Dixie Darling tasty Sandwich spread Beverly Dixie Home 24 of. Ref. Jar no. Can it. Bot. Win make lemonade for your picnic Juicy sunk 1st Armour s grilled beef Armour s Frozen fresh breaded teams. 2 Dixie i i n Iii or Holly Hill Frozen fresh Orange juice 10 flavorful nuts Flous Thompson 602. Tomatoes grapes 23

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