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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - September 1, 1957, Florence, South CarolinaPage 2-a the Florence morning news Florence s. C. Sunday morning september 1, 1957 separated by parents woman brother meet again after 8 years Happy reunion for Carolyn David both Hove families now deaths funerals by Dew James morning news staff writer there was lots of talking to catch up when. Mrs. Blake mul drow 24, met her brother David Mansfield for the first time in eight years Here recently the two were separated when mrs. Muldrow was 10. After that they periodically saw each other through meetings arranged by the state supported Homes in which they were placed. There were six children in the Mansfield family. Some of the children were put in Homes when their parents had trouble support ing the big family. Later the father ill to work and the remainder were placed in Homes. Mrs. Muldrow Carolyn was sent to a school for girls near her Home and David was sent to Wil Liam to. Gilbert school at win Stead Conn at 12 years old. Carolyn did not like the girl s school and began to try to find ays to escape. She made several scape attempts and each time received the same o weeks in a cell like room on bread and water diet she said. Before the final escape on her Nineteen la birthday she was Al ays caught and taken Back to he school. Lashings in an under to a stale official of the treat ment her daughter was getting at the. School an investigating team was sent to the school. On the Day they came the girls were stripped of their customarily Gray Denim dresses and Clad in. Bright prints. We were sent to Chapel to sing mrs Muros says. Poston infant Lake City aug 31 grave Side funeral services for Margaret Kathleen Poston 3 Day old daughter of or. And mrs. Marion Poston of Salisbury ., who died Early saturday morning in a Salisbury Hospital will be con ducted sunday at 4 . In the new Zion Baptist Church Ceme Tery near Scranton. The Hev. A. W. Brickie assisted by the Rev. Roderick Smith pastor of the new Zion Church will officiate. Surviving besides two Brothers Dougier Poston and Kennie Poston both of the Home her maternal Grandfather Aaron Rogers of Scranton and her maternal great grandparents or. Mrs. A. W. Rogers of Scran ton. Pallbearers will be Pete coving ton Bobby Ward Edward Roper John Ward. Friends May Call at the Brock Claude Simms Dillon aug. 31 Claude ii rms 61, died unexpectedly of t heart attack Friday morning. He was formerly of Laurinburg but had resided in Dillon three years where he was associated with master tire recapping co. He is survived by three sons Jack Simms Dillon James Anc Lonnie Simms Laurinburg. Funeral services Are to be help at Union Grove Baptist Church of Marshville sunday at 3 p. M with the Rev. Glen Rushing and or. Gardner officiating. Burial Wil be in Church cemetery Fagton City. Funeral Home in Lake mrs. Annie Mellichamp mrs. Annie Pearce Mellichamp Joseph Capers Melli Atlanta ga., died in widow of Champ of Atlanta after a Brief illness sat urday morning. Mrs. Mellichamp who was 88 june 7, was the Daugh Ter of the late or. James Furman Pearce and Sarah Harllee Pearce of Mars Bluff. Mrs. Mellichamp was graduated from the Charleston female Seminary and had lived in Atlanta since her marriage in 1893 where she was Active in civic affairs and club work she is survived by five sons and two daughters Joseph c. Mellichamp or. Of fort Lauderdale Fla. Emile h. Mellichamp of Bernard Shiue n. J. Stiles a Mellichamp of Atlanta Duncan a. Mellichamp of Toccoa a. Richard g. Mellichamp of pow Der Springs a. Mrs. Wayne mount of los Angeles Calif. Mrs Walter Wallace of Mars Bluff sixteen grandchildren and twelve great grandchildren also survive Florence residents who survive in elude mrs. Robert h. Pearce e Lister in Law and two grand children Stiles a. Mellichamp or. And mrs. Kenneth Sallenger. Funeral services will be conducted in Atlanta a. At 3 . Sun Day in the Frank b. Lowndes Chapel by or. Dow Kirkpatrick pastor of St. Mark s methods Church. Interment will be in Hope Well cemetery at 11 . Mon Day sept. 2. Friends May Call at the Waters funeral Home after 8 . Mon Day sept. 2. Horry county the son of the late press and Mary Button Richard an. He was twice married. Survivors of his first marriage to the late Ada Richardson Are two sons John Richardson and j. L. Rich Ardson both of Mullins two daughters mrs. James e. Page of Mullins and mrs. J. M. Cook of Galli vants ferry. Survivors of his second or Ridge to the former Vina Lottie Black Are two sons Larry Gene Richardson and Jack Ray Rich Ardson both of the Home. Other survivors include two Brothers Marion Richardson of Galli vants ferry and Wade Richardson o Nichols and eight grandchildren local rabbi has Sermon in new Book a Lermon by Florence Rabb appear in new Book just published by the junion of american. Hebrew congregations it was announced in new York yesterday. Entitled spiritual prepare the Sermon is the work of Habaj Avery j. Al of my Israel. Florence it new volume along with twelve in the other inspirational addresses by outstanding rabbis of the nation. In his Sermon with the Sabbath Between the jewish new year and the Day of atone ment rabbi Grossfield writes the form of atonement jul vary Wronat to persons to in mud be if ened for by restitution of by apology. 81ns Coil May Fet i looted or the Topi Charity or fail Unic of amerlin Hub Row is Parent body for a nation s 550 Beform Tuvim. I Doc Richardson Mullins aug. 31 Funera services for Doc Richardson 56 of Bast Loman Street Mullins who died at his Home Friday morning after an illness of six months will be held at Sun Day from Rehoboth methodist Church with the Rev. J. E. Brum Mett officiating. Burial will be in the Church cemetery. Or. Richardson was born in mrs. Cecil Tadlock Darlington aug. 31 mrs Cecil e. Tadlock 51, of it. 5 Darlington died at a Florenci Hospital saturday morning after an illness of. Two Days. Funeral services will be h e 1 c monday at 3 . At Phillip Street Church of god of Prophet in Darlington conducted by Thi Rev. Ken Ammons assisted by the Rev. A. P. Feagin of Darlington and the Rev. W. D. Massingale o Coward. Interment will be Grove Hill cemetery in Darling ton. Mrs. Tadlock was the forme Cecil Reed daughter of the lat Alec Reed and Janie Milas Reed she was born in Florence county sept. 14, 1905, but had lived in Darlington for the past 30 years surviving Are her husband Wil lie t. Tadlock and one son Wayn Tadlock both of Darlington four daughters mrs. Evelyn Mattox o Kingsville Texas mrs. Cecil Braddock of Seattle wash., mis Genevieve Tadlock and miss Eldera Tadlock of Darlington to Brothers Raulle Reed of Darling ton and David Reed of Lancaster to Sisters mrs. Colene Boswel of Lancaster and mrs. Janie a Terry of Hamlet Also one grandchild. The body will remain it Thi residence until the hour of the services. Tonto crashes Pittsburgh aug. 31 a a Silver hell who plays the India Rule of Tolp in the ume Hung Julf vision escaped injury Tod fit when sir priv d Bis off it. 88 to avoid a collision will another car. A recognized Hospital for the exclusive treatment of alcoholism All Utie Nti under it Clcil super Rlicon. Erml fill Litti far my Ultra shirt in Rio it Apt sanitarium c. Self my tit or a Runkl i. C. She recalls that Only two periodicals were allowed in the school those were life and magazines. No news papers were allowed she said. The brother and sister re. Union was brought about when David was stationed by the air Force at Shaw of Sumter. Mrs. Muldrow has kept in Torii a with her family by letters and when she found out her. Brother was coming to South Carolina she made plans for a get together. David and his wife arrived at the train station nere at 2 a. M. On their Way to Shaw. The Muldrows and their daughter were on hand to Greet them. When we met at the train Sta Tion we just looked at each other. I said Are you he said Are you they were. Room and then Hose were punishment she re round owns ailed. On her nineteenth birthday in started hitch hiking South cad n dungarees loafers and wearing Lee shirt and armed with switch Blade knife. She came to Summerton and of a Job As a waitress in a truck top. She told the operator her Lory and he gave her a Job. The operator s wife was a Deputy sheriff s sister but she did t give Ler away. While she worked at the truck lop she met a Florence girl. When the girl returned Flor ence Carolyn came with her and Mcgan working at the coastal Moel dining room. She came to Flor ence in september 1952. At the Motel she met her husband who was the Motel manager. They were married in january 953. They have an 18-month-old laughter Gladys Winifred. Mrs. Muldrow says she wants to re urn to Connecticut and visit her Amily. She has an 11 year old ister she has never seen. I want o meet my parents and Sec what ind of folks they she Eaid. Most of the Brothers and Sisters ire married and working she Aid. None Are in state schools. She has Many unpleasant Mem iries from her Days at the school. Ince a girl s Mother complained mks. Thelma White funeral services for mrs. Thelma j. White will be held it 3 . Monday at it. Zion Chapel Baptist Church Hyman with the Rev. J. Pearson officiating. Peo ple s funeral Home Pamplico is in charge. Weather facts from the United states weather Bureau in Florence for the 24 hour period ending at 7 last night. Highest 99 year ago 96. Lowest 70 year ago 72. J mean 5 84. 7 a. A 7 a. M. 87. Rain none year ago Trace. Total this month 5.68. Deviation from Normal plus 0.90. Total this year 27.45. Deviation from Normal minus 5.80. Sunrise Sunset Myrtle. Beach tides High a. M. P. M. Low a. M. P. M. River stages at 8 a. M. Wateree Camden missing. Great pee Dee Cheraw miss ing. Great pee Dee pee Dee miss lynches falling. Station h .1. Or. Station h l or. Albany 8055. 9869 Albu que 78 60 l Iang Elei s3 63 Churillo 85 63 Louisville k 67 Asheville 91 62 Memph i 92 73 Quanta 9z 70 Miami 87 78 .06 bar Ham 95 69 Mann sep 92 67 .02 bismark 79 65 .07 n Orleans 7 77 .39 by Lonj h k 88 57 new York 81 to Boston Buffalo c. Ill i Cha ton Charlotte Chicago conc int t Clevel d Collumb a Denver Duluth 82 61 .-78 6 0 87 74 90 74 99 67 88 72 Norfolk Omaha _. Okla City 91 -69 Fella 86 69 shoe Ali 9563 plots bling 81 67 .08 94 67 port d he 80 55 74 67 .16 Raleigh 94 69. 95 6 rec uni d. 90 89 79 57 .01 St. Louis 95 74 66 58 .61 s Antonio 94 71 the weather South Carolina mostly fair and quite warm sunday High sunday 90-95. Forecast scattered showers or thundershowers Are forecast this afternoon for portions of Central and Southern Rockies throughout the Plains in Gulf coast states upper Mississippi Valley upper great lakes and portions of Ohio Pennsylvania and new York. Fair weather expected elsewhere. A photo lax map know the weather gases set pressure areas by e. H. Sims causes the pressure in a High pressure likewise in a Low pressure area the High and Low pressure we so often hear about these Days merely refers to the height of the layer of gases above the Earth s surface Given Point or area. In other words if you Are in a High pressure area the layer of gases above you is very High. On the contrary if you Are in a Low the layer of gases above you is. Very High. The main function of a barometer is simply to measure the weight of the above you and it does this by recording an accurate the weight or pressure of the layer of pressing Down on the surface of the Earth which is the weather. We talk of inches of Mercury because the Long accepted offi Cial instrument for measuring the weight or pressure of the layer of above us has been a Mer Cury barometer in the orm or column of Mercury measured in inches. So when we say the barometer reads 30 inches we Are saying that an official barometer would at that moment record the weight of gases pushing Down hard enough to push the Mercury 30 inches High in the measuring Cylinder. One Stop shopping. Bacho school open All Day monday free Pencil Pouch containing Pencil Eraser ruler and coloured Crayon. Free to the first 1000 Chil Dren of school age accompanied by parents. Beginning monday morning. Belk s Florence s. A the Edsel is the country s most remarkable i m Happy to announce my appointment to sell it you Are invited to see and drive the Cheves Street Edsel on wednesday september 4th, at a. B. Motor co. Florence South Carolina i Here never has been a car like the Edsel. Behind it lie All of the resources of Ford motor company All of the experience All of the engineering skill. Behind the Edsel too is the finest group of dealers any new car has Ever had. Their facilities Are As new in concept As the Edsel itself. One example service departments built around a completely new idea in car Edsel Green Light service. In getting ready to serve you Edsel dealers have matched the Quarter billion Dollar investment of the Ford motor company in the Edsel. Why have these men invested so much in a car you Haven t seen the answer is this they have seen it they have driven it they know that Yon will find Many things that make the Edsel different from any car you have Ever . More exciting More sure More Safe. Driving a car that is truly a copy of any existing car not n an experience you Wil never forget. Plan now to accept your Edsel dealer s invitation to see and drive the Edsel. Edsel division Ford motor company Edsel new

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