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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - November 18, 1957, Florence, South CarolinaMonday morning november 18, .1957 the Florence morning news Florence s. Page 5 pee Dee hews Darlington Jaycees ready pageant Darlington nov. 17 the Darlington Junior chamber of Commerce is rapidly completing plans for the annual miss Dar Lington Beauty pageant and dance. This year s affair will differ from previous years in that the Beauty contest will be held in the St. John s High school auditorium starting at 8 . Friday nov. 29. The Coronation bail and dance will Start promptly at 9 . At the Darlington country club. De Turbeville and orchestra from Florence will play for the dance. Already a number o local Young ladies have a desire to compete in the Beauty pageant that will de Termine who will earn the right to represent Darlington in the "miss.s. pageant next summer in Greenville. listing will be made Public later. As in the past the Jaycees will sell Advance tickets to the Public these tickets will go on Sale prob ably in the next Day or two. The Darlington Jaycees Are hoc ing to make this year s miss Dar Lington Beauly pageant and dance tire largest and Best Ever. A capacity crowd is expected to attend the two events which will follow the Christmas Parade held earlier in the Day. Marion Industry awaits contract Marion nov. 17 officials of Bobble sportswear met recently with architects and building contractors thursday to go. Over final plans before signing a con tract for the new Square loot addition to the Bobble build ing on Manning Street Here. The building will be of general Mill construction and equipped with heat and a sprinkling sys tem. The Cost will be approximately and will be financed through the Purchase of Bonds by local citizens. Although no work has commenced Eskridge said ground breaking exercises will More than Likely be held this week. Chamber officers set for annual meeting Darlington nov. 17 officers of the Darlington chamber of Commerce who will attend the South Carolina state chamber of Commerce annual meeting in co Lumbia next week Are the Fol lowing Hugh s. Brunson president Paul Cheraw Kiwan ians slate ladies Nite Cheraw nov. 17 the 33rd annual ladies night banquet of the Cheraw kiwanis club will be held. At the Fellowship building of the first presbyterian Church tuesday night at l. A. Meiklejohn is in charge of the program and a variety pro Gram is being planned for the entertainment of club members and their guests. L. A. Meikeljohn is in charge of the program and a variety pro Gram is being planned for the entertainment or club members and their guests. Featuring local Talent the pro Gram this year is planned with emphasis on song and 3ance. Donald Burch and mrs. Bobby Mcrae have accepted an invitation to sing a few duets and mrs. J. H. Moore of Laurinburg daughter of mrs. Joe Lindsay of Cheraw has agreed to sing and play the piano. Also scheduled Are tap dancers from a local dance school and other entertainers. Claude Vernon local photo Grapher has been invited to show slides of his film collection of in Stincs i his Mill Lune Tuluii i a. Sansbury first president a b of Cummuns Newton i. Howie second vice a president and j. V. Funderburk executive Secretary. To scenes showing local gardens historical Homes industries natural resources and other Community assets. These films have been widely shown out of Cheraw and have received favourable re _ action. Mount Olive n. C., nov. 171 a Turkey dinner is to be served Florence native in Junior College Man backed Over by pick up truck Dies at Conway Aynor nov. 17 42-year-old Aynor Man idea in a Conway hos Pital this morning of injuries re Cevick yesterday when he was run Over by a pick up truck Accord no to Coroner lil Lejohn Blanton. Dead is Jule Moore of it. 1, Aynor. Moore was backed Over yesterday afternoon by a truck Iriven by Carolina Simmons jr., or the Horry Section of Horry Only. Simmons said he and us wife and Moore and his wife parked he truck in a wooded area and hat Moore left the parked vehicle. He said they thought he had walked to his Home which is a Short distance away and they started to leave. When he backed up he ran Over Moore who was lying under the truck he said. Moore was taken to a Conway Ospital by Horry Deputy sheriff Knock Smith. Both Simmons and Moore live on the Smith farm near Here. Simmons has been released under Bond pending an in quest into the death Blanton said. Despite the fact it s cheaper Don t try living in the past. Rev. Edward Miles a a so Fri to Lac of Florence county s. C., and now enrolled a mount Olive Junior College was recently ordained As a free will Baptist min ister by the South Carolina con free will Baptist and new officers of the club will be installed. The Rev. Edward Miles recently ordained Ference of churches. Or. Miles is the pastor of May s Chapel Church located seven Miles North of mount Olive on the Goldsboro Highway. The Miles have three children Winnifred. Age 12. Gail 11, and Mitchell 9. Mrs. Miles is the former Bessie Hoyd of Coward South Carolina. Before coming to mount Olive to enrol in the College Here or. Miles was superintendent of the free will Baptist children s Home Turbeville. South Carolina. Cheer up no one Ever throws a brickbats that has not amounted to much. Margaret opens Church Bazaar eng land nov. 17 Margaret matronly and aristocratic in fur coat and Gay hat with veil opened the All saints Church Bazaar last Weer. She apologized for her rather deep voice. She had a bad Case of laryngitis. She was terribly sorry the vicar could not be present. Off somewhere officiating at a funeral. Lady Margaret made a gushing but somewhat hoarse speech de Claring the Bazaar open. She graciously accepted a bouquet from a Little girl. Then in the full and shocked View of the parishioners lady Margaret lifted her skirt and re moved a handkerchief from the top of a stocking. And when lady Margaret us veiled the parishioners were shocked again. Lady Margaret was no lady but their own vicar he Rev. Patrick Magee. Some were amused but not others led by mrs. Ruth Enion wife of a teacher of scripture at a Kingston school. The Church was rent by the hottest Contro Versy it Ever had and the heat is still fierce. Scientists have found mountains on the Arctic floor. Another Frozen asset. On Honor Board these Ore members of the 1957-58 Columbia College Honor Board. From left they Are Mae Blackwell of Georgetown Mary Watson of Florence Ruth Gordon of Kingstree to Barnes of Clemson Ann Casque of Marion Anne Neil Caughman of Dillon Susan Culclasure of St. Matthews Mary Wheeler of Charleston and Peggy James of state s diphtheria cases Down slightly the Mornone Newi Washington Burtan Washington nov. 17 diphtheria cases in South Carolina for the first 45 weeks of 1957 slightly More than the number reported daring the same period of last year the u. S. Public health service reports. As of the week ended november 10, there had been 86 cases of the disease reported in the Palmetto state As compared with 78 cases for the same period last year an increase of eight cases. The service said hepatitis infections in South Carolina had drop Ped from 59 last year to 29 this year for the same 45-wee.k period. South Carolina poliomyelitis cases increased during the period from 102 reported cases last year to 126 this year and measles cases Rose by seven victims from 20 last year to 27 this year. Thus far typhoid fever has been on the decline in South Carolina dropping from 27 cases reported during the first 45 weeks of 1956 to 20 cases reported during that time this year. Free so almanac Cook Book write today weather forecast planting Days what the stars say Ond Criswell s predictions for 1958. Mailed free dec. 15. S. Almanac Box 19, Anderson s. People 50 to 80 tear out this and and mall it today to find out How you can still apply Lor a life insurance policy to help take care of final expenses without burdening your family. You handle the entire transaction by mail with old american of Kansas City. No obligation. No one will Call on you write today simply giving your name address and age. Mall to old american ins. ., 3 West 9th, dept. L 2300 a Kansas City Missouri. Area students serve As Coker s officers ult student Council judicial Branch of the student government association. Miss Langston represents the Day students club. The new student government vice president served on last Hartsville. Nov. 17-Junior Faye Gurley of Charlotte n. C., Heads four girls serving As new Comers on Coker College s student Council. The student body elected miss Gurk y student government Sec Ond vice president. She fills a j year s student Council As presi Fali vacancy in the slate of 14jdent of South dormitory. Louise girls installed 1957-58 student coun-1 Atkinson was class of 60 fresh i Memi jars last Spring. Man representatives. Council newcomers include Eola miss Parsons and miss three sophomores Evelyn Parsons Atkinson Are fall additions. Miss of Georgetown i raise Atkinson of Langston is a replacement. North Timmonsville and Claire Langston i dormitory which miss Parsons of Hartsville. Evelyn Parsons is i Heads was converted this past summer from a residence Hall for personnel into one for second year girls. President of North dormitory. Louise Atkinson represents the Sophomore class on the joint fac Darlington ask has measuring chains special to the news Darlington nov. Cement has been made by p. W. Wilson county office manager of the local agricultural stabilization and conservation office of the availability of 66-foot land measuring chains for Sale. Wilson stated that his office has on hand 34 of these chains and that they will be sold either individually or by lots to the highest bidder. Only written bids can be accepted and such bids should be submitted to p. W. Wilson county office manager ask drawer 511, Darlington not later Man 12 noon on nov. 22, 1957. Anyone interested in examining these chains or desiring further in formation should Contact the county ask office in the agricultural building in Darlington Wilson said. Germany Marks Day for dead of Bonn Germany nov. 17 West Germany today marked remembrance Day honouring Ger mans who fell in two world wars. Chancellor Konrad Adenauer led the Observance with a Brief address delivered in the parliament building. Many a Man thinks he buys a thing for a song because he gets it by an Exchange of notes. The one Man filibuster is like a Small storm. Both soon run out of wind. Of state Young Lake City nov. Well though out plan of action and of Farmers attend meet at Lake City group chapter in meeting the needs of and Anderson Hammonds of Young Farmers in the Conway area. The Young Farmer organization publicity committee and f. E. Fic gently carrying out this plan is one of the Basic needs of Young Leonard Jeffords Percsi Nas helped my to prepare Weaver of Hannah dist. 5, and Rint of the Florence no. 1 chapter to better serve myself in farming Arvin Small of Floyd s dist. 6. Of Young Farmers told a District my Fellowman and my Church. I auditing and finance committee. Meeting of the South Carolina exchanged with other Mem Floyd s chapter at Nichols dist. 6. In South Carolina. You get the finest gasoline1 were you get the finest service. Go Gulf City High school. Approximately 110 Young farm ers and their advisors from districts 5 and 6 attended the meet ing. Torn Cunningham of the Dar Lington chapter of Young Farmers and treasurer of the state association presided. Speakers and their topics included Jeffords what instruct lion do Young Farmers need c. G. I Hutchinson advisor of the Conway chapter How other agencies have been used to improve our local chapter pro Gram of m. P. Nolan advisor of the Florence no. 1 Chap Ter. How we have used social recreational activities to improve our local chapter pro Tom Cunningham of Dar Lington whal the Young Farmer organization has meant to ii nil Frank l. Barton slate executive Secretary of Young formers Columbia. Tin value of a state organization of Young Farmers to the local Nolan emphasized Hal lire Young Farmer program is .1 Defi Nite Perl of the vocational Agri Oul Lunil in Iii Iii. He noted hint any Sierev soul Young pro Gram must be carried out by Chip Tor members themselves he Dos cussed social activities of his Chap Ter which included a family Mil Yiirs. Indies nights and refreshments at monthly meetings. I Hutchinson on the services of numerous form Agen cies that have cooperated with Hafl i trips and visits have helped me to no end and in my Cun Fin Liam said. J emphasizing the value of the slate Young Farmer association or. Barton noted the value of the stale organization is going to to of the value and just As valuable As the local chapter of Young formers want it to Behe pointed out that an action program util izing All the assistance of the Vari Ous agricultural agencies in the Community is necessary in carry ing out a program to meet the needs of the Young Farmers in the Community. We Are going places on the. Basis of informed Young Farmers and through the Young Farmer program is one of the Host ways for keeping informed to Mel your he said. Brief District meetings were con ducted after the group meeting by c. G. Zimmerman District 5 super visor of agricultural education. Florence and l. J. Carter District f. Supervisor of agricultural Educa Tion Florence. Committee members named loss rec on stale committees the slate Young Fanner convention in Columbia in december include Kil Ward Young of Timmann Sivilie disc. 5, and Joseph conk of . Disc. I. in Omillee Leonard Jeffords of Florence disc. 5 and .1. Up. Tennor of plans nil Hill disc. 6, program of work comm lace Frank Flowers of Darlington. Dist. 5, and Milton of Green sen disc. I Rock gallon in Tenn of Florence dist. To want a a with better brakes you get them in a 58 Studebaker with safety finned Drums larger Brake lining area for surer positive control. Test one today. Studebaker Packard Grover a Mcqueen s. Highway 301 n. Florence s c. Drive into hat clean Friendly Gulf up to he purple up with the Greal new gasoline new Gulf Crest. Gulf offers you exactly the right gasoline for your car new Gulf Crest in the purple pump guaranteed the world s finest. Gulf super no nox famous for clean burning. Good Gulf the High value regular. Fill up today now s the time to change the world s finest motor Oit Gulf Pride h. D. Select

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