Florence Morning News Newspaper Archives Nov 22 1970, Page 23

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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - November 22, 1970, Florence, South CarolinaThe All american red Heads basketball team is slated to be Florence at Mcclenaghan gym tuesday dec. 8th. The red Heads Queens of big Ime basketball and undisputed world Champion women s basketball team will be a Jea tag through the sponsorship of the yellow jacket Booster club. Mcclenaghan basketball coach Tommy Lyles Center gives instructions to Jimmy Pitts left and Charlie Maxwell As they prepare for opener jackets expect to use height Well this season _ Tiiu i fun nor Niilow in a Ron put Capri Mynni sunday november 22, Wos a red Heads to play Here the red Heads will meet the Florence Al stars men s team. The game will be played by regulation men rules. Last season the red Heads played 203 games All against men teams. The red Heads won 169 of these games the red Heads feature top girl basketball Talent found anywhere and living it up on the court has been their Trade Mark and How they play the game has become their Way of life. Charlie Grace president said that his organization was most pleased at being Able to get this much sought after attraction to appear in Florence. Tickets Are on Sale at the recreation department. We buy pecans at Young Pecan company Darlington Highway Florence s. Expert grading Correct weights. Open All season every year. S. Oldest and largest Pecan buyer Young Pecan co. Deal direct seller to Sheller playing Ball he is also a Good shooter for Best outside shooters knit Vii lilo in anal och of Lla Orvi a Bov his the coach added. Team. Senior Jimmy Pitts from last year and Lyles says that Maxwell started practice sessions a Little overweight but has worked hard and is betting Down toward his playing weight. He played some i Faver in the Fanth Grade but did t Alphonso Jones by Gregory Martin morning news sports editor the Mcclenaghan yellow jackets will feature a powerful rebounding game and an aggressive offence when they open their 18 game schedule this season under the direction of new coach Tommy Lyles. The new coach Lias a lot of height to put under the boards with 6-8 returning joined by 6-5 Charlie Maxwell 6 5 Sophomore Gene Benton and 8 3 Terry Grantham. The jackets will probably be the Region 5 favourites As they compete with Mullins Conway Dillon Hartsville Camden West Florence Hillcrest and Sumter. They play an 18 game schedule and also compete in the West Florence Christmas tournament to games of the season with Dillon Wilson and West jacket quarterback has Florence. Been working out with his team Lyles replaces Bobby i since the ended Bridgeman As head coach after week Hough. Bridgeman moved Over to West Florence. Lyles a Friendly red season last Winter and led the he says that Benton is look play in a recent scrimmage with team s scoring averages with a ing sharper every practice and 14.6 figure. Lyles says the tall May be one of the most senior has looked very Good in j aggressive boys on the scrimmages this year and is he Calls Al Belanger a Chesterfield. He admits the team s Overall Speed in t terrific and says he will run a zone defense and a shuffle offence most of the time. We have six seniors but no an aggressive Brand of Ball handler and a real smart Ball player and says that Anthony Cagle is one of the real experience on the team he 1 on the i adds. Our season record is now 0-0 and we figure we have As Good a Chance As the jacket schedule dec. 1, Conway 4, at Steve i Camden 7, Dillon 11, Hillcrest a n do 15, at Mullins 18, Hartsville 26 23, West Florence tournament. Jan. 5, Sumter 8, at other players on the team who May see a lot of action include Junior twins Allen and Deaver cooler Gregg the tenth Grade but did t come out for the team last year. Grantham will be used As both a Forward and a guard while Pitts is slated for duty As a Center and Maxwell Forward. Grantham As will Lyles says the team s passing is looking pretty Sharp lately but the Ball handling and shooting is still not what he Hopes it will be toward the end of the season. Be he says he is pleased with the playing in the shrine bowl foot a team s rebounding and general Ball game and will miss the first Florence 15, Camden 16, Al Southside 18, at Dillon 22. At Hillcrest 26, Mullins 29, at Hartsville. Feb. 2, at Sumter 5 at con Way 9, Southside 12, Wes Florence. City recreation slate midget football Moore or. High school monday gamecocks Lyles has a pair of head has coached at Chesterfield guards who saw a Good bit of a j is. Tigers. The past two years. Tion Hast yearn Charlie Grace tuesday 4.00 _ wolverines the jackets were 11-12 for the season last year and have had campaigns that were just on the losing Side of the Ledger the last three years. They have the h eight and experience to come Uip with a big Winner this year though. 5 Pitts joined the team in mid and Daryl Corbin. The coach Calls Gracea real Hustler who is very aggressive on defense and will probably be a Good Ball handler for he says that Corbin has improved a lot on defense and in Ball handling and May be the quickest Man on the team. Is. Bulldogs. Wednesday longhorns is. Trojans. Thursday no game scheduled. Friday gamecocks is. Bulldogs. Saturday tigers is. Trojans wolverines is. Longhorns. Girls basketball 12 years under Royall monday registration. Wednesday registration. Girls basketball clinic Maple Park tuesday practice. Thursday practice. S. Blue grass music festival convention Center Myrtle Beach s. Fri., nov. 27 10 a. M. 12 p. A continuous sat., nov. 28 10 a. M. 12 p. A Sun., nov. 29 10 a. M. 7 p. A special 3-Day ticket children daily. Ftp appearing Fri., sat., Sun. Bill Monroe Stanley Mac Wiseman Don Reno red together with Bill Harrell Carl Story country gentlemen Clyde Moody Chubby Wise Charlie Moore Joe Green Curley Sechler. J appearing sat. Sun. Lester Flatt Jim and Jessee appearing Fri. Sat. Shenandoah Valley Cut ups appearing Sun. The Lewis family appearing sat. Snuffy Jenkins Pappy Sherril appearing Sun. 10 .1 . Bluegrass i gospel time Lewis family Blue grass quartet Etc Bill Monroe King of Blue grass re Union concerts Friday Bill Monroe Ralph Stanley Carl Story saturday night Bill Monroe Clyde Moody Reno Smiley sunday Lester Flatt Mac Wiseman Curley Sechler also Bill Monroe Mac Wiseman Chubby Wise celebrate thanksgiving with the greats of Bluegrass 37 hours of the world s Best and purest not one single electrical instrument will be used order reserved tickets from Roy 3, Box 341f, Chester s. 29706 or at the door a new look at an old company Standard parts company the largest parts House in the state 504s.irby Florence when you see this name in Florence you Are seeing the name of one of the oldest dealers in automotive parts in South Carolina. Thirty five years ago in 1935, we opened our doors for business in a Small building directly across the Street from the court House. Thanks to the continuous gain in popularity of cars and trucks Standard parts company grew rapidly. This growth demanded new and larger facilities. In 1951 we moved to our present location at 504 South Irby Street. W. R. Dub Clements w. R. Clements just recently returned to Florence to manage Standard parts company. He is no stranger to Florence however. He began his career in the automotive parts business right Here in Florence 25 years ago. He is also no stranger to the managing part of the parts business. Or. Clements has managed stores in Kingstree s. C., Rock Hill s. C., Asheville n. C., West Asheville n. C., Canton n. C., Black Mountain n. C., and Myrtle Beach s c. This background and years of experience can result in Only one thing for customers and friends of Standard parts company. Even better service than you Are now getting. Another feature that has become synonymous with Standard parts company is its Complete machine shop service department. In charge of this department is a Man also Well known in Florence. He has Over 30 years experience in All phases of machine shop work. Lawrence Stanton is his name and you can be assured if you have motor troubles Lawrence can cure it. Backing him up in the shop Are Gerald Muckin fuss and James Lee. They have 5 years experience in this department and Are Able assistants to or. Stanton. As in any automotive parts House your counter salesmen Are the key to doing a Good Busi Ness. Here again Standard parts company is blessed with men of experience. Heading up the coun Ter Force Are two men with 30 years experience in Selling Auto and truck parts. They Are Alan Langston and Dallas Jones. If you re having problems getting the parts need just see Alan or Dallas. If they can t help you its time to Trade cars. Also there Are Larry Davis and Ronald Brown As counter salesmen to assist you with your needs. The Man who is perhaps the Best known in Florence is also the Man with the greatest number of years in the business. He started with Standard parts company just three or four years after the doors were first opened. He has been calling on service stations and garages As Well As body shops and car dealers around the City for most of his years with Standard parts company. He is Paul Newman and he has been beating the Bushes As a City Salesman for 31 years. Needless to say Paul knows the parts business. Also we have Willard Carraway who is another capable outside Salesman besides the nine oldest men mentioned above there Are six More employees whose sole purpose is to give you Good service. There Are five radio equipped pick up trucks trucks available to bring you the parts you need when you Don t have the time or can t come into the store to get them. Backing up this Fine group is a National organization perhaps Best known As Napa. The ters Napa stand for National automotive parts this organization with Headquarters in Chicago has banded together Over 500 manufacturers of automotive parts and accessories to insure that Standard parts company and other Napa jobbers have a Complete Well rounded Stock of items that Are in demand in the automotive replacement parts Field. There Are two Napa distribution centers close by whose Job it is to Stock the merchandise manufactured by the 500 manufacturers mentioned earlier. In addition to having this merchandise available at anytime to the Napa jobber special pick ups on items available Only from car dealers Are made to insure the customer gets the part they want when they want it. Available also Are Many factory representatives. These specially trained factory men Are Avail Able at All times for trouble Calls product information and sales promotions. Regularly scheduled visits Are made to the Florence store throughout the year. Special visits Are made when there ser vices Are needed urgently. Another very important service that is available to Standard parts company that results in better service to you the customer is the annual Napa classification program. Every year the com plete store inventory is checked by distribution Center representatives. At this time All slow moving and obsolete merchandise is pulled from the shelves and returned to the distribution Center. At the same time fresh merchandise for the latest car and truck models is ordered and placed in Stock. Again assuring you of getting the parts you need immediately. Standard parts company or. Clements All employees All suppliers and representatives join together in pledging continued Good service citizens of Florence s. We would also like to extend to each of our customers and friends the invitation to visit the store get to know us and let us get to know you

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