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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - July 31, 1957, Florence, South CarolinaWonk Day morning july 31, 1957 the Florence morning news. Florence 8. C. Page i deaths funerals 1 Benjamin p. Barren Manning july 30 Benjamin Pressly Barren 71, a native of Manning died yesterday at St. I canards Hospital Lones Villa Ark. Following a Short illness. Funeral services will be held at 10 a. M. Wednesday from Kasl Lanil funeral Home Nashville Tenn. Burial will be in the Spring Hill cemetery in thai City. Ajr. Barron received his Educa Tion in the Manning schools and Hie College of Charleston. He was in banking and insurance a number of years in Columbia later in Asheville n. C. Nil Columbia and for a number of years had made his Home in Walnut Ridge Ark. Surviving Are two Brothers. Or. William r. Barron and Frank e. Barron Columbia. Joseph h. Wallace Makion july 30 Joseph ii. Wallace 2 year old son of or. My mrs. Thomas Wallace of Marion died this morning at a local after a Short illness. Funeral services will be held at i . Wednesday at the Marion Church of god with the Rev. Lin Wood Jacobs conducting the scr ices. Interment will be at Itose he maternal grandparents. Or and mrs. J. C. Richardson of Charleston and the paternal Rand parents. Or. And mrs. R. A. I Wallace of Marion. The child is survived by his parents one sister jewel Wallace Hill cemetery. Gibbons infant july 30 John Edward Gibbons infant son of or. And mrs. W. J. Gibbons or. Of Turbeville died today at a Clar Endon Hospital. Funeral services will be held is 5 p. M. Wednesday at the missionary Baptist Church in Turbe Ville. Conducted by the pastor the Rcv. Hay Rogers and the Rev. Thomas Truluck. Burial will be in the Church cemetery directed by the Shelly Brunson funeral Home Manning. Surviving besides the parents Are a brother. Billy Gibbons the maternal grandparents. Or. And mrs. Luthur b. Graham. Walter Bro and the paternal grandparents or. And mrs. W. J. Gib Bons Turbeville. Royce Strickland Nichols. July 30 funeral services for Royce Elease Strick land. 3. Who was killed when struck by an automobile near his Home Here yesterday will be held p. M. Wednesday. Service will be held at the fair Blu i n. A. Holiness Church con ducted by the Rev. Junior Wil Rev. Don Walls and the 1c. Porter. Burial of in Riverside cemetery Nichils. Raleigh w. Tyner ii raw july 30 Raleigh Winston Tyner 47, died late Mon Day at a Bonne Alsville Hospital alter a Long illness. Son of the late Hugh and Daisy Tyner he was born in Darlington county but Hod lived in North Carolina prior to moving to Marlboro county Sev eral years ago. He is survived by his widow mrs. Margaret two daughters. Stallings Tyner Clara Mae and Diane two sons Charles h. And Donald q. Tyner All of the Home two Sisters mrs. Ida Atkinson of Artville and mrs. Mae Belle Jones of Charleston four Broth ers. Fred and Willie Tyner a Napolis. N.c., Wade Tyner. West end. N.c., and Rudolph Tyner Marlboro county. Funeral services will be held wednesday at 11 . Al Wall ave. Emanuel holiness Church with the Rev. Ronnie Smith Pas Tor officiating. The body will be carried from the Redfearn Funer Al Home at 8 o clock to the Home of his father in Law in Marlboro county. Piedmont suffering from severe drought forecast Katr ered thundershowers Are forecast for wednesday afternoon in the East coast states the Tennessee Valley and the lower Mississippi Valley. Warm humid weather will continue Over the East while hot weather continues its grip on the Southern Plains and desert Southwest. A photo tax map pee Dee weather Columbia july 30 showers have brought some Relief to parched land in South Carolina but in a few Western counties drought continues to be severe the slate crop reporting service said today. Lower coastal Plains and pee Dee sections have adequate Mois Ture while most other counties Are service re ported in its weekly Survey of crop conditions. Slight improvements were noted during the week. Downstate Corn was generally Good but old Corn in Piedmont counties had been hard hit by Lack of rain. Despite the plague of spider mites and Boll Weevils cot ton prospects were termed Good to fair. Hay crops and pastureland were improved and were rated fair up s ale and Good Down state. The peach crop tabbed very was about two thirds har vested with Elberta going to mar Ket in volume. Sweet potatoes were fair to Good but Many Home gardens were dry ing up and rates less than fair. Peanuts were making Good Prog Ress in important producing areas. Lancers compete while Kingstree greets formers Kingstree july 30 More Tolian 20 knights of Williams Borg county downed their colors and Rode in a Lancing tuesday afternoon As special entertainment for tobacco Market visitors. The events began at 4 . At the Fairgrounds on Highway 52. Billy Epps or. Was in charge of the tournament which featured riders in senior and Junior divisions. The tournament was one of a series of free festivities offered by the chamber of Commerce and warehousemen to Welcome Farmers and their families. That s a shame Capetown. July 30 Iii a private South african zoo wus pretty successful when in held auction recently except for one item. Nobody wanted to buy the Lions. Choo Choo schedule week Days open.4 . Close 9 . Sundays open.3 . Close 7 . Runs every 20 minutes More often when loaded b. T. Cockfield Ben Traxler Cockfield of 110 Chase St., died at . Tues Day at his residence after being in declining health for the past three and one half years. Funeral services will be conducted at 5 . Wednesday from the Kloof Dunmire Chapel by the Rev. Silas a. Garrison assistant pastor of the first Baptist Church and surviving Are his parents. Or. I the Rev. C. S. Floyd pastor of is. Iid mrs. Roberl Strickland two Paul s methodist Church. Burial Brothers. Jackie and Deldon and to Sisters. Bobby Gail and Peggy dorm ice All of the Home his maternal grandparents. Or. And mrs. Vollie Norris. Nichols and the paternal grandparents. Or. And mrs. Jim Strickland. Cerro Gorto . Mrs. Janie Price Dillon. July 30 mrs. Janie Price. Fis. Width a of the Lale Gur Ley Price died monday night Al is. Eugene s Hospital in Dillon after a lingering illness. She was the daughter of the late Polly Ann Smith of Hardy and Randolph Whiteville. N. C. She is survived by four step children. Graveside services will will be in the High Hill Baptist Church cemetery near Lake City. Pallbearers will be .7. W. Cock Field. Arthur Cockfield. Robert Cockfield. Willard Cockfield. Willie Poston and Bussy pos Lon. Honorary pallbearers will be or. T. Ii. Houck. Or. T. V. Cock Field. Furman Truluck. Jim hug gins. Sanders Bacone Ray Shupe. Clyde Barnes and members of the Pelt grew Bible class of the first Baptist Church. Or. Cockfield was born oct. 1890, in Florence county a son of the late John Washington and Hel a Ann fat chill Cockfield. Both natives of Florence county. Wednesday afternoon Al 3 o clock Al Riverside cemetery. Rev. A. T. Usher her pastor will have charge of the service. The body will remain at Watson funeral Home until the hour of the serv pc. Prior to his retirement due to this Henlly or. On Kfir old was of be held by the South Carolina High mrs. Leatha broach mrs. Leatha Jones broach 51. Of Pamplico. Do d at a. M. Tuesday in a local Hospital after i cing i declining he ally for the past several years and ill for about one week. Funeral services will be held 3 p. M. Wednesday . Klon free will Baptist Church by the Rev. Julius Vause. Burial will follow in the Church cemetery. Pallbearers will be Herbert Flowers. David Flowers. Jessie Kaddy. Flowers Berry tur Ner. Jack Flowers j. T. Flowers. Honorary pallbearers will be the adult Bible class of my. Elon free will Baptist Church. Mrs. Broach was born soul. 13. Inos. In Florence county a Daugh Ter of the late Alexander and Lra tha Turner Jones both of Forence county. She member of my. Klon Baptist Church. Surviving Are her husband. Hor Brunch of Pamplico one Bro ther. 0. J. Jones of Pamplico iwo Sisters. Mis. Rosa Kennedy and mrs. Irene Flowers both of . The body will be Al the Church one hour prior to the Lime of serv ice. Stoudenmire funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Way def. As maintenance Man. He was also a Deputy sheriff of Florence county for a number of years and was Florence county Jailer for several years. Or. Cockfield was a member of the first Baptist Church and the Pettigrew Bible class of the Church. Surviving Are his widow. Mrs. Verline Paslon Cockfield of Flor ence four daughters. Mrs. V. Dunse of Lake City. Airs. E. T. Habib of Silver Springs. My. Mrs. Luther Kenvl inn. Mrs. Hazel Stokes both of Florence three sons. It. Col. Charles d. Cockfield in the . Army in Japan. Ben Nie t. Cockfield of Springfield a. And Richard f. Cockfield of Savannah. A one sister. Mrs. A m. Cockfield of Charleston Heights and one brother. Sam w. Cockfield of Florence also nine grandchildren. The body will remain Al loud end inc funeral Home until t h e hour of service. Bethel youth 15, id re r i or injuries was a Stem tar. . July 30 will i is year old Hoy. Hilary downy Mig of Bethel. ., died today from injuries received when was struck by a tier monday while walking along a Highway Here. Wesley Severance or. 28. Nero preacher the Driver of the car. Is being held in county jail pending outcome of an inquest Siy year old Hoy Jerry Don facts highest 03 year ago lowest 68 year ago 70. Mean 81 year ago 80. 8 . 73 7 . 86. Rain 0 year ago 0. Total his month 2.55. Deviation from Normal minus .69. Total this year 21.77. Deviation from Normal minus 6.49. Sunrise Sunset Myrtle Beach tides High . . Loe 4.27 . 456 . Biver stages at 8 . Wateree Camden 1.5 rising. Great pee Dee Cheraw 7.0 Ris ing. Great pee Dee pee Dee miss ing. Lynches Eit Ingham rising. the associated press weather Bureau report of temperatures Hish. Last i hours Low. Last 18 hours and rainfall last 24 hours ending ., for a elected area station h i. For. Station 1. Or. Albany m 66 .18 Knox Lulf 90 70 .12 Albu Tiue 92 67 i 94 67 Amarillo 4 711 Louisville 71 .08 Asheville Fri Fiz .02 Memphis 80 70 1.05 Atlanta 70 Miami 72 .72 Bir Ham w 74 Minn sep 86 66 bismark 6s .01 a Orleans m 77 1.17 by inf r k 74 55 new Vork 89 69 Boston w .13 Norfolk 16 85 67 Omaha 6a ii 71 2.42 okla City 94 77 so 73 phils 70 Phenh 110 put Lusbure is m pored me Raleigh 91 63 Rich d 90 67 Fil. Louis 89 71 s Antonio 102 73 san fran 73 51 Savannah Seattle if is 61 Tampi 85 76 .57 Wash Lon 92 71 .70 Jura pm 19 70 Buffalo c. Haras Cha Ston Charlotte Chicago Cincin to Clevel of Columb a Denver Detroit a tilth Elpaso it. Worth 106 79 Galves n 81 Man 67 57 Lark Vule 72 Kan City 91 75 94 ti6 m 71 90 68 89 70 91 65 it 71 58 100 75 forecast North Carolina wednesday and thursday. Party Cloudy and continued warm with scattered afternoon and evening Thunder Stow ers. High wednesday. 80s mountains wound 90 ele Schwere. South Carolina partly Cloudy and warm wednesday. Widely scattered thundershowers wednesday afternoon and eve Ning. High in 80s on the coast and 8s-93 Interior. Georgia partly Cloudy and warm wednesday. Widely scattered thundershowers wednesday afternoon and evening. High in 80s on the coast and 88-93 Interior. In 1954 the University of Rhode Island offered free tuition in its evening classes to men and women 70 years old or older. Mrs. Mary Moody Mullins. July 30 mrs. Mary Ann Moody. 72. Died at a Mullins Hospital this afternoon Al a Short illness. She was Law widow of Fred 0. Moody and a lifelong resident of Dillon county. She was a Daugh Ter of the Lale Thomas e. And Ann Roberts Tartt. She was s member of the pleasant Hill methodist Church. Funeral services will of held from the Home n re Dillon conducted by the Rev. John Williams and Tho Rev. A 0. Can Ley. Burial directed by Cox fit Home will in Riverside Cen rotary Dillon. Surviving four daughters mrs. A Mclyn Daniel of the Home mrs. Auburn Woods mrs. K. .1. Re lord Cli Ailabouni n. A. Mrs. .1. Ii., Mill Lins a son Ansel Moody Dillon ten grandchildren mid Urcal Wallace also was struck by a car monday and his condition is. Listed As critical at the Hospital Here. Driver of the car was Simon k. I Rowland. Witnesses told police he boy ran into the Road in front of the car. It w Matney to to Ami service in room tomorrow is Bullseye Day at the All new Stag room Al Dick Ames clearance big bargains in every dept. Not All sizes but All Good values open All Day today store hours 9 a. M. To 6 p. M. Monday thru saturday ladies summer dresses 97 Only. Ladies better summer dresses nationally known labels every a this season style. Many suitable for Early fall Wear. Sizes 7 to 1j 10 to 20 to 24 i end 38 to j2. Reg. 8.98 to 35.00. Price boys sport Coats Linen weave sport Coah colors Navy Light Blue and White. Sizes 4 to 12 Reg. 7.95 sizes 12 to 18 Reg. 11.95 Littie boy s Short sleeve sport shirts some Ivy leagues some other brands sizes 2 to 7 values to 1.69 while they last 88c ladies summer hats Large and Small Hopes. White end pastel colors. Entire Stock reduced for Quick clearance. To to values to sportswear special women skirt and Blouse sets play suits sum Mer skirts Jantzen cot ton knit dresses Over blouses and blouson. Broken sizes. Reg. 5.98 to 10.95. Summer shoe clearance 450 pair ladies dress shoes sandals pumps straps Flats and wedges. Patents straws leathers. Sizes 4 to 10. Widths aaa to c. Values to 7.95. 00 men s Straw hats panamas Milans and other Straw hats values to 2.98 3.98 to 5.95 hats children s summer dresses Dressy summer dresses sheer nylons and Cottons. Sizes for tots girls final clearance Price. And 3.98 dresses 1 4.95 and 5.95 dresses 7.95 and 8.95 dresses men s summer trousers Dacron and Woof Tropi cals. Reg. 8.95 and 9.95 reduced to Dacron and Rayon Tropi cals. Reg. 6.95 and 7.95 reduced to Orion and Nylon Wash Ond Wear trousers. Reg. 5.95 now no alterations no cd changes no refunds. Swim suits entire Stock of girls and pre teen swim suits. Off values to 5.95 pre teen sizes Reg. 7.95 to 11.95 Price Beach Coats girls Catarina Terry cloth Beach Coats. Sizes 7 to h. Reg. 3.98. Final clearance. 1 Price men s summer suits t Curlee Dacron and Wool tropical Reg. 49.50 reduced to 33 Dacron and Rayon Tropi cols. Reg. 29.95 reduced to 1997 one lot summer suits Odds a ends broken sizes reduced to All final no alterations no exchanges no refunds sport shirts entire Stock of men s Short sleeve sport shirts 1.59 sport shirts now 97c 1.98 sport shirts now 5133 2.98 sport shirts now 199 3.98 sport shirts now men s swim trunks entire Stock of Jantzen and Robert Bruce swim trunks. Reg. 2.95 to 5.95. 3 off men s summer Caps entire Stock of mens sum Mer sport Caps straws and fabrics. Reg. 69c to 1.98. Price Odds a ends 100 pair mens dress oxfords. Colors Black and Brown. Cap toes Wing tips and Plain toes. Reg. 6.95 to 8.95. 4. Men s summer shoes Jarman summer shoes Black and White oxfords Brown and White oxfords Brown and Block mesh oxfords. Broken sizes 7 to 12. Widths b to eee. Reg. 10.95 and 12.95. Summer Yard goods three big tables first Quality summer sheers Sunkist Pongee striped and plaid Tofiela Plain and figured puckered Nylon Lovely lady and Wam Sutta rib Bon Stripe voile Lachine and pow Der puff Muslin fair spun Dimity values to 1.19 july clearance Price 58c Yard children s Boxer style play horns play shorts assorted Sanford Zed Cottons. R 7. One sixteen South Irby j9c shorts 4 for 48c Shorti 3 for 79c shorts 2 for 1.00 and 1.19 shorts 7 for Belk s Home of better values Florence s. C. Open All Day each wednesday through the first of the year store hours 9 a. M. To 6 p. M. Monday thru saturday

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