Florence Morning News Newspaper Archives May 8 1955, Page 24

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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - May 8, 1955, Florence, South CarolinaPaglia a the Florence morning news Florence s c. Sunday morning May 8, 1955 at new Kingstree by Ann Mcintosh morn Iii news corresponded Kingstree May 7, Evi Dence has been sent Here that there May be a second place in the world named King Strcic located just Miles below the Arctic pm v. veal s Keg slice has Clisi Virrl Eoas it known. King Iii c. Carolina is the to Wim that _ t la evidence of another kinds t cd in a letter from mrs. J. C. Dave to her Mother Here c. C. Maj. And mrs. Iii Calree natives who were pc Meh Sii Linni a in Germany. I Are now in fort irom Germany was teasing mrs. Dave about Kingstree incl made the is ailment you know in s not the Only place named Kingstree in the then he told this Story there i a Kingstree in molde. Norway about 100 Miles from the Arctic Circle. When the germans we it invading Norway in 1910, the Kong evian troops had to Retreat up a River because All around their were Only glaciers. The King was to be taken to England by British boats. Just to fore he left. King Haakon stood by a birth tree and Shook his fist at the German armies. From then on it was called Koni Birke or Kingstree. The rare Vii Kingstree. Ceo leg and re eyed it s 10 Many 5eais ago before Imu Tion and the King s tree be came a basal Point in the a Marker has been erected on the spot where the tree stood. Mrs. A. M. Reid executive Sec Rclark of the chamber of com Merce said that the chamber will attempt to Contact the second King Strcic by Leller. Cheraw faculty honors Mccown Cheraw May 7 j. K. My Civ ii. Retiring As superintendent i of a Haw City schools a Posi lion which he held for 36 years. Iwas honoured by the faculties of the Cheraw grammar and High Seli ools at a testimonial dinner Jat the grammar school cafe orium j c. H. Blonaisz principal of the 1 grammar school served As Toast a Stef for the event. Remarks about Mccown s Long and illustrious career were made by Harold Jackson chairman of the school Louis Mick Jeohn. Former Ibrao a chairman and lifelong Friend of Mcrown misses Martha do Ival and sue Kirkley students of Cheraw High school and w a. Pearson principal of the High school. At the conclusion of the remarks presented my with a television set As a California twins die in bassinets Glendale calif., May 7 a Young Mother today found her 5-months-old twins dead in Lepa Raite bassinets in the bedroom of their Home police reported. Cause of death was not deter mined and an autopsy was or dered for Patrick James and Michael Timothy sons of or. Mrs. Donald a. Caulma. Mrs. Caulfield 20, said the twins had been suffering from colds. Canned Mea i and carrots Given the twins last night As their first solid food were being exam ined police said and the possibility that the twins suffocated in their blankets was being investigated. Mrs. Caulfield awakened by an other son Tommy 2, about 8 a.m., found the twins dead. Foundation agrees to underwrite any loss at Conway Junior College coastal Carolina education foundation has agreed to under write coastal Carolina Junior col lege in Conway for the amount of the is to insure the Junior College against any operating loss during the coming year according to or. R. Cathcart Smith foundation chairman. The move by the education foundation assures Conway of hav ing the off Campus facilities from the College of Charleston for an other year. Or. Smith pointed out that the guarantee required by the College of Charleston the Parent organization of the year old Junior College in Conway is Only a Lighty two students have Al ready been enrolled for this com ing academic or. Smith revealed. Last contracts were offered the present director or. E. J. Woodhouse his wife and an Active professor in the College or. Margaret Woodhouse and w. C. Casper an instructor. No official word has been received As to whether Tiey will accept the contracts. However sources close to the College said All three would continue with the College. Additional instruction for the col lege was offered to the Junior col lege in the form of a stenography professor. Thi professor will be picked locally at the discretion of the foundation. With an Eye to the future accrued stability of the Junior College which up to now has been above the College of Charles ton has definitely pointed out that no student can be accepted for enrolment unless his past academic history is sufficient. In a letter received by or. Smith the Junior College was instructed not to encourage the enrolment of High school graduates whose academic records indicate that they invt Lithe Chance of Success fully enrolling in College asks right to sell Washington May 7 a Graig broadcasting co. Today asked the communications commission for permission to sell radio station a cd at Chester b.c., to the Dis Patch publishing co. Of Lexington n.c., for the Lexington company pub Lishes the daily dispatch. Unworthy trusty skips with hounds Largo fla., May 7 a supt. M. A Jackson of state .8515 is quite irked with Thomas j. Gilmore 44, the untrustworthy trusty. Gilmore serving two years for breaking and entering at Mcclenny escaped last Tak ing along two of the Camp s four and Jackson s shirt trousers and pistol. Gilmore left a note saying big red and Queen would be found tied alongside Road near the Camp. They weren t there. Today supt. Jackson s car stolen from the . The officer sent out an alarm. Stolen car believed driven by Thomas he advised offi cers. Jackson said the car was plainly marked As state Road department property. Occasion was or direction of Pete a it a to the colonial governor that he of the mrs. Dick coving ton miss Kate Bennett Delazio and Jack sum North Bank which he Mai cd and coded 1 the King s tree. He i turned to Char Eston and report cd had worked his Way up the River for More than a Hundred Miles to a place where he foun a White Pine tree that he had chopped into the sap of this King s tree a Broad Arrow just As the King s Trees in new England had been marked. The explorer told wonder two students Market. Me explorer win ivumi.t.-1 _ Ful talks about the King s tree Sec f of vow District 7 re elects Parham Dillon. May 7 at a regular meeting of Eli Williamson Post 6091, veterans of. Foreign wars this week. H. Parham of the Dillon Post was re elected commander of District 7 Tom Matthews of senior vice commander Mack Edwards of Junior vice commander and James Cottingham. Of dil Lon adjutant quartermaster. This District includes posts at Loris Georgetown and Dillon. Storm hits Moscow Moscow May 7 Fri a Hail storm swept Moscow today Asun seasonable cold continued to grip the sonet Union. Many russians Reading denunciations of american atomic bomb tests in the soviet press blame these explosions for the freakish Spring weather. Agricultural expert in Western embassies say it is too Early to Tell what effect the late Spring will have on russian crop production. Soviet leaders have been demand ing a manifold increase in grains other foodstuffs this year. Girls state Kingstree May 7 Evelyn Bower and Emma Duke will at end girls state a a representatives of Kingstree High school and win sponsored american Gion auxiliary. Alternates Are Elizabeth Fox Worth Joann Osmer and Mary Mutchum. Mrs. A. C. Swails or. Girls state committee chairman announced at the auxiliary meet ing this week that plans have been completed for sending the Dele Gates to girls state. Auxiliary members heard a musical program presented by mrs de m. Vause. Linda Lou Robinson Sang a Solo accompanied by mrs a Guise. Mass Florence Duke played a piano Solo. Mrs. H. D. Gamble reported on the Progress of the girl scout troops sponsored by the auxiliary she recently attended a Cook out Given by the girls of three troops and the program carried on Anc the enthusiasm of the leaders was to be commended she. Said. Mrs. Lir ban Kennedy announced thai plans Are being made for the poppy Sale in May. Refreshments were served by the hostesses mrs. Heni Ford chairman mrs. Bart Bur Gess mrs. K. C. Swails or. And mrs. F. W. Meln Losh. 18 pee Dee men Volunteer for service recently enlisting in the regular . Also. Thaddus o. Schroeder Nephew of mrs. Mary Dukes kid the Florence recruiting station Las week were 18 men from the 2. Kingstree Jimmy diggers son of or. And mrs. Carl Driggers red 4, Bennettsville Willie Sulli they were Fred Harley son son of or. And mrs. Jake sul pee Dee area. Mrs. Viola Harley 1506 Dargan Carlton Miles son of Miles. Scranton Billy Livan. Red 1, Angelus and Austi a. Mcfadden son of or. And mrs Eugene Mcfadries 555 main St. J. Spicy son of mrs. Eliheu by. 1003 Dargan St., Dillon and no drove Kennedy son o m. Moore son of mrs. James Kennedy 71 Mary m. Moore Greeleyville. I Euclid St., Marion Joseph Blan also Donald w. C. Tindall son ton Fon of or. And mrs. W. Of or and mrs. Robert Amdall Blanton. Red 1, Loris cease 36 fourth St., Laurinburg n. C. Edge husband of mrs. Add Lenwood herring son of or. Lampee Joseph l. No mrs. Herring Dillon Frank son of or. And mrs. Willi prey son of or. And mrs. . Kelson red 1. Georgetown Humphrey red 2, Cheraw and and Reese Mcfadden jr., son o Herman d. Ard son of or. Mary Mcfadden 210 pears mrs. F. S. Ard Cheraw. Florence. Mcleod infirmary Elhel Mccall Stiv. Florence. Discharges for May i 1955 for May 6, 1955 to David Toch scr Anu a. Mauro arid Gucci jr., Florence mrs. John l. Warwick. Harts-1 mls t l Golemi is Margaret Burdell Flor i mrs. Ben Tarlton film . I mrs. I wrench w. Jenkins hot mrs. Robert v. Thomaj Che a edict. Raw. Thomai Brown Lake City. Charles j. Welch Scranton. Miss i Daniil cow in. Tuny hour nor. I Ilii Lar a june.-. . Mrs. C. Ii. H t. D. K. . Birc icli.w1, Florence. Linda Reame dior Taco. Mrs. Lillie Bell Dennis Florence mis. W. W. Flora not Allard r. Pridgeon. Loris. La try Patrick. I Florenc Hlll-Di-11, flu Williim c. Whitsi ii mrs k. J. . Liiri let e. Ii h. Mill. K thy Ann Quick by a to Vii. By Hurt mrs. Louis a. Batemyr., Flor Vilf. Child Harreil a. Hiu. .m.rion. Mrs. Y. M. I child. Tin mrs. Mary Kuusi s Nonni Eluid Florence. Rhiw. Dillon. Roros i Shaw we incr Amy Nhi Aylor incr. M. Olin to . Wide c. Tatj. Com ii. In. Chilli n. C. Jimmy Small or. Rio inc a. Viiar. 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