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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - July 13, 1955, Florence, South CarolinaPage 19 the Florence morning news Florence s. C. Wednesday morning july 13.1 _955_ Timmonsville Celebration climaxes july 14-15 by Carl m. Reynolds Timmonsville july 12 thousands of people Are expected to converge on Timmonsville the week of july 11-15, when this progressive tobacco Center celebrates its Centennial climaxing with a gala colourful Parade on Friday afternoon. All during the week men and women will be dressed in garb be fitting their ancestors of 100 years ago. Women will Wear Long flow ing dresses and Dainty bonnets. Men on the other hand have been cultivating beards for More than two months and with this will add Black derbies and string Bow ties All in keeping with the Centennial Motif and spirit. Wednesday specials us. No. I Irish potatoes. 10 29c butter Beans in. Crowder peas in. 5c-Bu. . 5c fresh tomatoes 6 ibs. 25c 1 Bushel carrots.5c we have All other Freih vegetables. Lemons Doz. 25c medium eggs 3 Doz. No Del hens. In. 29c fresh fryers in. 43c rib Steak. In. 35c Lake View Bacon in. 39c Oleo in. 19c Vaughan s grocery Market the chamber of Commerce organization sponsoring the Celebration has outlined a number of attractions through i the week which will be highlights of the Centen Nial Celebration. Costume dress each Day during the week Timmonsville women Are to Wear their Long dresses and bonnets. The men too will Don costume garb and youngsters will dress accordingly. The Timmonsville stores will re main open on wednesday after noon instead of closing As has been the custom since Christmas. Stores however will close thurs Day afternoon in order to allow clerks and attendants a Chance to attend the big town wide picnic and Homecoming. The old timers and their friends anybody who has Ever been associated with Timmons Ville is invited to attend the picnic which will be held at the new Timmonsville Park being completed for the Centennial. Basket lunch the Only requirement for the Pic Nic is to bring n Basket lunch drinks and plates will be furnished by the chamber of Commerce. Other interests in the Centennial can be seen As a number of stores in Timmonsville decorate their windows with Antiques and other matter representative of life Dur ing the past several decades and of the last Century. Every thing from spinning wheels to grecian stoles Are to be found in the windows each bearing a distinctive age period. Tentative schedule the chamber of Commerce in announcing the tentative schedule this week said that additions May be made. However the activities for the two Day period stands As thursday july h 11 o. M. To p. Coming and old timers picnic. Bring Basket lunch. P. M. Stores and other places of business close today in Stead of wednesday allowing employees time to attend the picnic. P. M. To results of ladies dress contest and Beard growing contest . Square dance. Farmers and Palmetto Ware House no. 2 on Highway 76 Friday july 15 p. M. All units assemble for the Parade line up Gregory s warehouse Claude Phillips Coor p. M. Parade underway. Route to follow through to main Street. P. M. Queens dinner for visiting Beauty Queens. P. M. Beauty contest naming miss Timmonsville Cen Tennial and tobacco festival. P. M. Until dance and finale Farmer s and Palmet to warehouse no. 2, Highway 76 the chamber a Commerce has mailed a great Deal of personal invitations to the festivities How Ever the chamber president Ray Fletcher said this week that any Friend of Timmonsville is Welcome to Lake part in the gala event. Mounties now get girls before men Ottawa july 12 Balm for the love life of the mountie was urged in the House of com Mons by William Bryce who said Young Fellows joining the Toyal Canadian mounted police should have an Opportunity to marry earlier than now allowed by regu lations. Brycc said it is a shame hemp recruits Are prevented from marrying until they be been in the Force five years. Justice minister Stuart Carson said the Rule pro Vides men readily movable to Oul lying areas where it would be difficult to take a wife. Should have list new York july 12 liner maasdam sailed of Holland today and if she was t listing slightly she should have been. Aboard was t h c o d o r e it. Grevers a 440-Pound private Detec Tive from Battle Creek. Mich. Before the maasdam sailed the ship s Carpenter commissioned to enlarge a Cabin bunk and to build a King sized dining room chair to accommodate the ample Grevers. 4 killed in Camden Auto crash cam13k.v. July 12 iff1 two Ulo mobiles collided head on at the j rest of a Hill Loday killing a Lorida bound couple from Lincoln Ark near Detroit Mich., and two Amden area men. The wreck which stale Highway patrolman Lawrence Martin said Eft . Highway 001 looking just be a scrambled left these Linus l. King and his Wile Ber ice King both about a of Lincoln Jark Mich. Albertas Williams bout 20, a Farmer of the Antioch Clion of Kershaw county near Camden and William Lee Farmer 1, Camden Tex Lilc worker. The Only survivor was William Gardner 23, another Camden Tex Ile worker. Authorities said they had Learned hat shortly before the mashup Ighel Miles South of Here the Kings lad stopped at a Pecan nut com any and asked the Best route to Florida. Two persons in two others cars hat veered off the Road to avoid sitting the wrecked vehicles were injured bul nol hospitalized. One of the most fabulous beards grown during the Timmonsville Centennial Celebration which began april 18 is Shaf of Lester Hopkins who operates a service station in Timmonsville morning news photo vow auxiliary group appointment announced Darlington. Only 12 mrs. Lucille Codman of Charleston department president of the South Carolina veterans of foreign wars auxiliaries has made the following committee appointments in the state for 1955-56. Depart Moi a committee chair Man Community service mrs. Plumel of Beaufort membership. Mrs. Alma Munson of English with Southern accent difficult for French Kingstree. July of the French know English with a British accent which made life a title difficult at first for Hoy Ellis who has a bit of Southern drawl in his foreign languages. Ellis has just returned to Kings Irce after several years study in France and at the University of Barcelona. He also travelled in Spain and Italy. A University of South Carolina graduate he received his doctor s degree this Spring from the University of Aix Marseille. His thesis dealt with a study of the Royal families who settled in Southern France after the revolt Hin. Be fore receiving his doctorate he Lis French. While in Nice Roy Ellis became note rested in the Franco United states cultural Organiza Tion Ihal promotes belter relations Between the two countries. The organization has existed since the War but the chapter at has been Active since meetings Are held in a private school. Ellis was a Volunteer teacher for English classes and led discussions groups. H was in Leach ing conversational English to adults that he had trouble getting his pupils used to his Southern accent. Among the speakers at association meetings this year were Frank gave a two hour Oral defense of Yerby author of foxes of har Row and his wife who helped with classes. Other speakers were and viral Combs of Ilic . Meditch Fleet and a doctor from Fordham University. During a previous stay in France inso so. Ellis taught in a school corresponding to a Junior College level. About 115 per cent of French so Lents study. English he said. Ellis is now visiting his Mother mrs. G. L. Strong near Kingstree Between trips to Washington and other Points. His future plans arc still indefinite he says. Greenville National Home. Mrs. Marie Bushared of Charleston Heights cancer. Mrs. Mary Faris Rock Hill Hospital. Mrs. Helen i rav Erharter of Columbia. Junior activities mrs. Haze Wells of Florence civil defense mrs. Incl Check of Columbia re habilitation mrs. Grace Barranco of Columbia americanism. Mrs Bessie Carter of Florence essay mrs. Kalherine Hong pillar Charleston Heights savings Unnis. Mrs. Martha Sherrod o Bolton. Poppy. Mrs. Phyllis Fischer of Cha Elstun Heights legislative mrs. Margaret Cray of Anderson publicity miss Rubye Arnold o Darlington ways and Means. Mrs Grace Barranco of Columbia car Coral palsy. Mrs. Bernice Beimel of Spartanburg. Jordan s wednesday open 8 7 . Large Swift s Premium beef Chuck eggs 3 Doz Swift s jewel shortening la 69c con Etc roast in. 49c yank thanks rebel for hospitality Kingstree july Lioi North to the South has come a gracious thank you for a Brief period of hospitality. Mrs. W. 15. Bower this week received a card addressed attention Secretary Kingstree Garden we enjoyed a pleasant 40 min utes at your Roadside Park. Thank you for your was writ ten on it. The card was signed by mrs. Of. Hayn. 40 Broad st. Newark . The Garden clubs built three Roadside Parks last year As a finer Carolina project. As mrs. Bower was chairman of the project the card came directly to the person who could Best appreciate it. Lane will with Salters continue 2 teachers k1ngsthee. July Lane and sailers elementary schools will continue to operate with two eachers in each school for the coming year. Community groups have met with Liolu the Board of school trus tees for the Kingstree area and with the Williamsburg county Board of education for a discus Sion of the High Cost per Pupil of maintaining the to schools. The Lane school had 22 pupils enrolled last year the sailers school bad 33. In each school the county paid the full salary of one teacher As the teacher Load was too Light to permit slate Aid. In an Effort of adjust the school budget the boards had suggested that the two county paid teacher horseradish sauce is wonderful jobs be eliminated with assorted cold meats for Tonitte first drive in run in Jef Kommel it irume Rita Cam cinemascope Mcmillan fails to exempt winners from Woffie the moral or sch i Wattien Jelcin Unrein Washington july 12 con Gressman John l. Mcmillan of the sixth District tried unsuccessfully to pry test tobacco acreage Cut tilt so mint news Washington Urean Washington. July 12 con Gressman John l. Mcmillan said today he plans to protest to the Secretary of agriculture Ezra tall Benson Over cuts in South Caro Lina s tobacco acreage. A 12 per cent Cut in acreage was ordered by the agriculture depart ment after certain persons in North Carolina complained of i surplus the sixth Dis Ricl con Gressman said. Mcmillan said that South Caro Lina should not be penalized be cause North Carolina has a sur plus. He said South Carolina has very Little surplus because foreign Arolina and car a 1955 Ford. Emperor penguins hold their incubating eggs on their feet to keep them off the ice and the task s shared by male and female. Report of condition of Security building loan association of Florence in the state of s. C. At the close of business on june 30, if ski. Hail newspapers Washington july 12 us the importance of the newspaper to he Community the nation and the Asl week to get Cotton winners exempted from coverage under the minimum wage act but he said he would make a second Ali empt at it when the matter comes up on the Loor of the House. Mcmillan in voicing his object. Ions before the House agriculture committee when it considered placing winners under the mini mum wage act argued that if the dinners were required to pay is an hour wages it would cause an unjust hardship on the Farmer who would have to Bear the Cost. Some members of the committee argued that the ginner was in aged in interstate Commerce in hat the Cotton which he ginned was sent out of the state and that therefore he should be required to abide by the minimum wage act. But Mcmillan denied that. The South Carolina Congress Man pointed out that the ginner offers a service to the Farmer by inning his Cotton for a fee add ing that the ginner had nothing to do with the Cotton being shipped out of the state. The congressman said he had received numerous letters from winners of South Carolina Many of whom said they could not stay in business if they had to pay their employees a minimum wage of an minimum which democrats Are now demanding. Jle said he would fight vigorously in the House to have winners exempted from the act. American Way of life be assets real estate Mort age Loans share Loans Cash on hand Ted Banks. Furniture and fixtures total assets liabilities instalments paid in investment certificates Loans in process reserves in Cluck ing undivided pro its total liabilities i e. H. Lucas . Of the above named building loan association do solemnly swear Hal the above statement is i True and that it fully and correctly represents the True slate of the several matters herein contained and set Forth to the Best of my knowledge and belief. E. H. Lucas Willis Gregory e. E. Brunson t. R. Barringer d. C. Shaw John m. Scott e. T. Eiley directors. State of South county of Florenee. Is sworn to and subscribed before me this 7 Day of july 1955, anti i hereby certify hint 1 am not an officer or director of this build Ling loan association. Imy commission expires pleasure i of gov. Ceo. A. Fifty notary Public stressed by a Washington depart ment store in a Salute to news nearly 50 display windows o the Woodward Lothrop Down town department store will be given1 Over to displays of various phases of journalism. W. Hardey the Bronze is still used for coins in Many modern countries. Using manager said he believe the noncommercial display will give newspapers an Opportunity to unfold their colourful background and interpret their importance to the Public which very often takes its heritage of free press and a free America too much for Grant dual girls of pleasure Island in color state now showing two hits Tony Curtis in so this is 1 aids also John Payne in Silver lode both in technicolor their rendezvous made a nation trend Teri cartoon features air conditioned musical news today hot weather Buffet. Sauce whip a Hall to make the cup of heavy fresh from local farm butter Beans ib.5c Ideal for conning Bushel rib and brisket Small sire Stew Armour s Star m c lbs. Sqq hams1 5 99e whole or half la 49c Cream and fold in a Quarter Tea spoon Salt a Teaspoon of prepared Mustard n Tablespoon of Lemon juice and about three Tablespoons schools As requested grated bottled horseradish. Communities. The group was invited to a meet ing of the school trustees to Dis cuss the problem and later met with the education Board. The county Board of education voted to maintain the two by the two Bologna la 29c suds it s a detergent washing powder l19c Columbia breakfast Bacon ib.39c Jordan grocery Market 610 East Pine Street at their annual ladies night and installation of officers Hartsville Junior chamber of Commerce named c. W. Suggs left above the outstanding Young Man of the year last week. Suggs activities in boy scouts red Cross the first Baptist Church were cited in his record of accomplishments. He is shown receiving the award from w. L. Thompson jr., director of the club and chairman of the distinguished service award committee tonight first run All new burlesque feature in life like color sexiest tease Rama with to kill st a Tom j burlesque Star plus youth aflame wed. Thurs. Bush at -0 Tomahawk v Gap Anya Seton s sensational novel flames to life on the screen Pete Smith cartoon news features regular prices now Carolina air conditioned

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