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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - June 28, 1955, Florence, South CarolinaPage s the Florence morning news. Florence s. C. Of Effort Sears Boardo Fatm for local toastmasters club audience to train them for leadership and for chairmanship in meetings of All kinds and to Cor relate toastmasters training with Job these purposes Are accomplished through thl Standard club procedure which includes speech practice speech evaluation and parliamentary training. The local club will meet weekly for dinner. During the meal prior City rotary club holds 36th annual installation arc notary club held allows a Man to serve Aiken jr., vice president be. N. Moore Secretary and Paul Broth ers treasurer. Directors Lor the coming term Are Mai hand Chase jr., Dennis o Brian arid 0. L. Cross. The Florence toastmasters club will hold an organizational meet ing at tonight in room 615 of the Florence Trust co. Build ing. Temporary officers Are Riley Moseley. President h. A. Gray first vice president Lawrence Copeland second vice president Jack masters Secretary treasurer and Sankey Moody sergeant at arms. The toastmasters club is to inc beginning an organization of men Over 21 speech program years of age who seek to improve themselves in speech and Leader ship. The organization was incorporated in 1932. The movement has grown until now there Are clubs chartered in almost every stale Hawaii Alaska Canada great Britain and South Africa. Approx a mately 150 clubs Are added each year. I the fundamental purposes of the toastmasters club Are to Aid its members to master the difficult Art of Public speaking to teach Ithem to appear effectively before i District Cannery opens feature table in which Many men have the Chance to speak briefly and Impromptu on topics of general interest. The formal program be of the formal every member except those scheduled to make speeches has an Opportunity to speak. This is insured in connection with the business to be trans Gen. Robert k. Wood retired chairman of Tihe Board of Sears Roebuck and co., has been elected to the merchandise Maat Hall of Fame in Chicago. Gins when the president introduces the member who is to serve As toastmaster of the evening. This member presides Over a program lasting for 40 to 50 minutes. Fol lowing the program of speeches comes the period of evaluation. Constructive criticism is part of toastmaster training and every speech is evaluated. The local club will be limited to member frequent opportunities lion w1li1 lilt lfudmi.33 to it Dukj acted plus the regular program speak preside and evaluate. Model tips according to a. E. Creamer j club members and manager of local scars store the selection of Gen. Wood to a place n the Hall of Fame was announced at a banquet in Chicago june 23. Job nine scans in 3924 As a vice president Gen. Wood originated Sears retail system and was the guiding Genius of the company for three decades. He was elected president of Sears in 1928 and chairman of the Board in 1939. He retired As Board chairman last year. The election of Gen. Wood to the Filc Molcil will we j4it . V wit 30 Active members to insure each Hall of Fame was based largely on his great influence on the nation s distribution patterns Cream the k Ata and a old. But As old As com Sarsa guests present were desire for a Job pc serve. Freire new office re installed were George Smith president j. B. Deaths and funerals mrs. Pearled. Smith Terry. Columbia. I funeral sea vices will be held june 27 mrs. Pearle from the it. Olivet Baptist Church 3pm. Tuesday with the Rev Johnson and Tihe Rev. B. F r Smith 62, died sunday after noon a the Home of her sister. Pee Dee weather fads data from the United states weather Bureau in Florence for the period ending last Light. Temperature highest s3 year ago 108. Lowest 63 year ago 74. Mean 73 year 31. A. M. 67 rain 0 Yasir ago 0. Total this month 2.47. Deviation from Norma minus the tans Bay Cannery for school a strict no. .1 will open wednesday at 8 a. M. Until further notice., the Cannery will be open each wednesday and Friday. Patrons Are requested to j bring in their produce Between the hours of 8 a. M. 1 p m. Jaycees hear confab reports four of the six Junior chamber 75. Heir wives got the inside picture on the things women should and should not do to make themselves More attractive today As Grady Deas or. And two of his pupils mrs. Chester Stephens and mrs. Roland Zeigler performed for ladies Day luncheon. Deas who has worked for a number of years with professional models is conducting a Model school in Florence in addition to coaching in drama and voice. Al so he is presently directing a Par ent teacher student association production. Good mrs. Zeigler showed the Way things should t be done while mrs. Stephens performed the Cor rect Way. Deas sent his two Moduli through demonstrations on posture standing sitting carrying a hand bag walking and leaving and entering a room. President Julian Bass announced that there would be no meeting july 4 due to the Holiday Ier said. In this Way he has contributed immeasurably to the in ving standards United the merchandise Hall of Fame was inaugurated in 1933. Nominees the Hall of Fame Are selected by s committee of 125 merchants throughout the nation and the elec Tion committee comprises 100 individuals including journalists and marketing authorities. Goodu s to i of headache powders handing Over Gavel is the Althusa club 5 outgoing president mrs. Lee w Salley hand in pocket to mrs. Edith Clarke president. Looking on from left Are mrs. Julia b. Tom pms voice prudent or Virginia Waters recording mrs. Edith Secre by. Of Commerce members who at tended the 35th annual National Jan Cee convention at Atlanta a. Reported last week briefly at the nut pic3iut.ni, ,.g--------------, regular dinner meeting last night i onry mrs. Louise Sinclair treasurer. Thev were club president Ste Gregg. Saunders Bridges John a visit Hunt and Kenneth sum Narford. Bridges told of inc election of serve shipyard at Charleston do go noon 3i it Bijj Joni she was a daughter of the late officiating. Burial will be m and Betty Mckenzie fore of in Hie cemetery. The body Dixon county. Kvil be at the Home after a funeral services will be at 11 a. M. Tuesday m. Tuesday at the Williams Bun twin be in Warren David Shelley the fore cemetery near Floydale. Mah Fox. June 27 Warren surviving Are her husband. David Shelley 45. Of Marion died nip Smith of Dillon and a sister. I mrs. J. E. Sizemore. 1.87. National officers where More than total this year 17.76. Deviation from Normal minus 3.72. Sunrise Sunset Myrtle be Aeh tides High . . Ixo 8 a. A p. M. I Ivy stages Al 8 a. M. Wat Eric Camic in 1.1 falling. Great Pec dec Chc Rawi 6.2 fall. S427.000 Parris Island Marine r Emit depot si.b54.000 Charleston Navy ammunition depot 2700 delegates were in session Whistenhunt reported on South Carolina s representation As a group Summerford on the Parade. Gregg said that approximately 5.500 members attended Tihe convention Wiki some 3.000 guests. This is the second largest con Charleston Navy receiving station s553.000. May get red Home mention ctr held in Atenta Gregg said. Other members of the Florence w. Marvin Griggs w. Noon today at a local convention were Jailer a county Greal Pec dec ice dec 7.1 Kirvin and Charles Eai a had spent his life Hore 37 jailing. Beheld jul k. B. Sanis Hannah child i i Orenco Eaddy. Fort ref Luvi Nia Homer. or Auricc Douglas Pamp Ico Baker Essie Bajcer or Fine am of Ruben t. Be Shiu owl to of death of baseman j Man a Huici the very finest ideals of our. Aiiu-1-.-an Trad Itkin of Good Nia ship and fan the Jer nor said in a statement i Boston athletic director Ano coach Dondi filled Askarl death a terrible h d Bab or Olibo a save at super a Gas 28 5 kerosene 18c motor Oil 15c it. Free gifts too 4 stations in Florence or. T. M. Weatherford. Dar now Many Wear false Teeth with let Ali worry Warren s visit is unofficial Oslo. Norway. June 27 Chi f Hail Wann .1 at Korm Liu air Lii old said he was Hie As a Liiva i in inti Nils to my omit Ell 111 a Ltd it u. S. Mid perhaps by foil on to Tours Driy. Kimberly Clork wallpapers jumbo tiie yid. Long Only Mcinnes wallpaper Salon a Rinzol Crown in inc ers Anil clip miss clicked maximum octane requirements of All a Rev to rive All car ovine is a Mirance of Prylo Rimce we v o Crow Mol buyer or minium gasoline a pop my of a Tel of troutm Pion air in Mich octane Ca sounds i i

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