Florence Morning News Newspaper Archives Nov 6 1973, Page 2

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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - November 6, 1973, Florence, South Carolina2-a november Florence morning news waiters Ross Darlington funeral sen1 ices for waiters Ross of 403 guest St., will be conducted at 2 . Wednesday at Mit Chell Josey funeral Home. Burial will be in the Darlington National cemetery. Or. Ross 63, died thursday at his residence after a Long illness. Born in Darlington county he was a son of the late George and Dora Ross and was a world War ii Veteran. Be was a former employee of the armory wholesale in Darlington. Surviving Are his wife mrs. Carry Ross of Darlington a daughter mrs. Julia Mae Payne of Winston Salem . Two step daughters mrs. Queen Esler Peterson of Darlington and mrs. Annie b. Clark of Philadelphia a. A brother Whitty Ross of Huntington a. 15 grandchildren and 17 great grandchildren. Mrs. Irene Jupiter funeral services for mrs. Irene mines Jupiter 63, will be revival Calvary Baptist Church 915 Cherokee re. November 4th 7th. Nightly wto., nov. 7 Povl speaker or. George Schweitzer Christian Layman professor of chemistry . Spoken m Owr 400 College and ump thy competes three earned doctorates prolific writer special Musk Hubby of soloist Sam giant formerly with master switch conducted wednesday at 4 . At Maxwell Baptist Church. Burial will be in North View cemetery directed by Ideal funeral parlor. Mrs Jupiter died saturday in a local Hospital after a Long illness. Mrs. Jupiter was born in Florence county a daughter of the late Dock and Georginna Hines. Surviving Are a daughter mrs. Helper j. Herbert of Washington d. C., a brother Robert. Hines of Atlantic City . And a grandchild. B. D. Mcbride Blackwell d. Mcbride 70, died monday in a Florence to Spital after being in declining health for some time. Funeral services will be con ducted wednesday at 3 . In the Stoudenmire Chapel by the Rev e. Paul Mcwhirter. Burial will be in it. Hope cemetery. Or. Mcbride was born in Sumter county a son of the late William Edward and Alice hate hell Mcbride. Be had served in the . Cavalry for a num Ber of years. He was a retired postal railway clerk. Or. Mcbride was a member of Central United methodist Hurch and the Wesley Fellowship sunday school class of the Church. He was also a member of Amity masonic Lodge of which he was a past master and had served As Secretary for a number of years. He was a Shriner and a member of the pee Dee shrine club of which he served As the treasurer for a number of years. Surviving Are his wife mrs. Waddell Mcbride of Florence two daughters mrs. John a. Sally Shupe of Pamplico and mrs. J. Russell Bon lie Bethea of Jacksonville. Tommy Mcgee of Scruton five Brothers Arthur ind a c. Fagin both of Lake City Clarence Fagin Tillman Fagin both of Hanahan and Louie Fagin of new son. G. R. Bosemon Darlington George r. Of uie Swift Creek Community of Darlington county died monday at his residence of an apparent heart attack. Funeral arrangements will be announced by Kistler funeral Home. Sandy Mccrim Moti Sandy co Marion St., husband of mrs. Queenie Mccrimmon died monday in a local Hospital after a Brief illness. Funeral arrangements Are in compter and will be announced later by the Smith funeral service. Add a Tirol funeral notices Page 3 a i it s Christmas in tit a Ridgeway floor clock com Bines Superb Virginia Cabi Netry with the matchless precision of West Germany s finest locksmiths. In sizes to fit any room. Styles to enhance any decor. Choose one from our elegant collection today. And watch time pass beautifully. K sure to Register free portable Motoo. Washer. To be Given away. Draw ing will be held 5 Phi dec. 24th, 1973. Must be 18 fit yourself in bean bag Char Comfort heavy supported Vinyl filled with whisper Glide polystyrene beads. Double stitched seams doubled zippered Bottom. Reg. 34.95 friends we Are still in of location at 182 e. Evans St. Downtown Flor ence. We Are still waiting for the renewal to move is. Now you save on the biggest Sale of the season we be reduced of prices in every report Anent. Honing has been spared. Save on rooms bed rooms owing Knette sets carpeting and occasional pieces of an kinds. Everything i witty from opt regular Stock of Fine run inning. A great Opportunity for Yea to get year Home in tip top shape for Oins Mas. Harry Meredith Watson Rowat Socson groundbreaking City participating in the begin Ning of construction of another Florence fire station. Located on Marion Street it will Cost scheduled to be ready by april 1974, it will resemble the new elation on s. Edisto Street standing left to right Are mayor pro tem j. Madison Rainwater fire chief Kenneth priest count then Simons Chase and. A. P. Skinner and mayor c. Cooper Tedder. Staff photo by Sonny . Fla. Also two nieces and right grandchildren. Mrs. Bessie Brigman Lor is mrs. Bessie Jane Richardson Brigman 44, of died monday after a Long illness. Funeral services will be con ducted wednesday at 3 . At the Gateway Baptist Church near Tabor City . Burial will be at the Church cemetery. Mrs. Brigman was born in Horry county a daughter of the late Wade and Bessie Jane Roberts Richardson. Surviving Are her husband Marvin Emerson Brigman of Loris her Stepmother mrs. Fannie Strickland Richardson of Nichols three sons Robert Brigman of Mullins Ronnie Brigman and Donnie Brigman both of Loris a daughter mrs. Charles Betty Small of Mullins eight Brothers John Mayberry and Wade Hampton Richardson jr., All of Jackson Ville fla., Waldo e. Richard son of Columbia Billy Richard son of Loris Jimmy Preston and Eddie Richardson All of Nichols 13 Sisters mrs. Evelene Dorman of Conway. Mrs. Hubert Floyd mrs. Nettie c. W. Rowell mrs Mats. Connie Welch mrs. Linda Fowler miss Carol Richardson miss Sarah Richardson miss Cathy Richardson and miss Mary Richardson All of Nichols mrs. Esterlene Hammond of Lake View and mrs. H. B. Williamson of Gali vants ferry and three grand children. Joe s. Welch Turbeville Joe s. Welch 80, died in a Sumter Hospital after a Long illness. Funeral services Are incomplete and will be announced by Floyd funeral Home. Or. Welch was born in Clarendon county a son of the late press and Elizabeth Robin son Welch. He was a retired far Mer a Mason and a member of be Utah 259, of Chanla and a member of horse Branch free Baptist Church. Surviving Are his wife Corine Weaver Welch of Turbeville two daughters. Mrs. Taylor of Greenville and mrs. J. F. Godwin of Scranton three sons Alvin j. Welch of Lake City Harry l. Welch of tur Beville Joec. Welch of Sumter to Sisters mrs. Guy Mcelve Erv of Sumter mrs. Wiley Mcelveen of Turbeville four Brothers Mcswain Albert and Wilbur and Durant Welch All of Turbeville. T. 0. Simons Darlington Thomas Ogier Simons 83, of 372 w. Broad St., died monday in a Darlington Hospital after a Brief illness. Funeral services will be con ducted tuesday at . At his residence. Graveside ser vices will be conducted at at Grove Hill cemetery directed by Belk King funeral Home. Or. Simons was born in Charleston a late Harle Stort r. And Harriott Ogier Simons. He was a member of the St. Matthews episcopal Church. He was educated in the Charleston City schools and graduated from the College of Charleston. He was a member of the society of the Cincinnati the St. Cecilia society and the Huguenot society. Before retiring or. Simons was associated with the . Department of agriculture. Surviving Are two nephews r. Maynard Marshall of Wilmington del., and read Barnes of Charleston a Niece mrs. Harriott m. Parkes of Charleston and a sister in Law what makes your service Dif Ferent from any other funeral ser a in a word experience. 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Elton Lutrell Waltrop of Louisville ky., miss Cynthia Tagiri of Lake City eight sons Thomas Dexter Fagin Russell Herman Keith m. Fagin Lake City Raleigh Fagin of Summerville Eugene Fagin of Florence and o Neil Fagin of Providence r.i., two Sisters mrs. Jennie Parker of Darlington mrs. As one of the leading funeral directors in More than 850 cities affiliated morticians we place family interests first. To us that Means helping families avoid unwise decisions due to Lack of information or a restricted selection. It Means no sur Prises when the Bill comes. We offer a wide Selec Tion in a Protection plan Broad Range of prices. We provide full information with prices plainly displayed including a description of what is included. Then we confirm arrangements in writing at the time they Are made. It helps families obtain the service that Best meets their individual needs. You can count on it. Nothing Florence s leading funeral Home and Chapel 400 s. Organ St. Florence s. 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