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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - September 3, 1957, Florence, South CarolinaPage the Florence morning news Florence s. Tuesday morning september Cap cadets on tour spending hire e Days in Washington recently were Cap cadets from South and North Carolina participating in the 1957 Intro Region girl Cadet Exchange. Visitors included from left Mildred Conley summer Kathleen Rhodes Charlotte n. C., Lola Brunson Florence Frances land Charlotte Cap major Jewelli Telsner Durham the group s escort officer and maj. Ivan Wise Usan officer for Cap and it. Arlene Cox Cap National capital special photo deaths funerals mrs. Verline Baxley Georgetown sept. 2 mrs. Verline Coker Baxley 75, widow of Daniel b. Baxley of Florence and the Rose Hill Section of Georgetown county died at . Sunday at a Florence hos Pital. She had been in failing health for Over a year. Funeral services will be held at 11 . Wednesday at Rose Hill Baptist Church. Officiating will be the pastor the Rev. S. J. Mckenzie the Rev. W. J. Kennedy the Rev. F. W. Black. Burial will be in the churchyard directed by Mayer funeral Home of Georgetown. The body will be at the Home of her daughter and son in Law Rev. And mrs. Leo Matthews Bear Salem. Mrs. Baxley the former miss Verline Coker was Bora March i 1882, near Turbeville and was daughter of the late John c. Coker and the late mrs. Janie Dennis Coker. Since her marriage had lived near in Union Tion in Georgetown and Williams Burg. Counties until about a year when she moved to 610 Rose St. In Florence to make her Home with her daughter. She was the oldest living Mem Ber of Rose Hill Baptist Church. Her late husband died in 1949. Surviving Are four daughters mrs. Allie Taylor Sanders of Flor ence mrs. Leo v. Matthews of Salem mrs. Roy e. Clark of it. Pleasant and mrs. Maggie of Johnsonville five sons Theo Dore Baxley of Hemingway Clif ton Baxley of Augusta Daniel b. Baxley or. And Carey Baxley both of near Georgetown and Ern Baxley of Andrews 39 grand children 26 great grandchildren brother Singie Coker of Lake City three half Brothers. Mottie Coker of Georgetown and plow Den Coker and Julian Coker both of Lake City. Mrs. Victoria e. Adams mrs. Victoria Eliabeth in died on monday morning it Home on it. 3, Florence after a critical illness of one week. She was born in Stokes county n.c., the daughter of John and Mary Jane Richardson. Funeral services will be held at the Bayboro Baptist Church Horry county at 11 . Tuesday. The Rev. . Lancaster will officiate burial arranged by the Cox funeral Home of Mullins will follow in the Church cemetery. Mrs. Adams was the widow of Thomas Green Adams and is sur Vived by one daughter mrs. J. A. Tucker of Mullins and one son Thomas Frank Adams of. The Home and one grandson. Oscar j. Willoughby Mullins sept. 2 Oscar j. Willoughby 65, of the Floyd Tion of Horry county died Sud Denly at his Home this afternoon. Funeral services will be held from Cedar Creek Baptist Church at 10 a. Wednesday with the Rev. Paul Stokes assisted by the Rev. T. W. Hearn officiating. Burial will follow in the Church cemetery. Or. Willoughby was born in Horry county the son of the late John a. And Mary Stroud Willoughby. He was a member of the Cedar Creek Baptist Church. He was twice married. The survivors of his first marriage to the late Fannie skipper Willough by include two daughters mrs. J. W. Floyd of Nichols and mrs. K. L. Stephens of Conway and two sons Joseph a. Willoughby and John b. Willoughby both of Nichols. His second Ilfe the for Mer Alma Blackmon survives. Survivors of this Union include five daughters mrs. W. Lee of Gall anti ferry mrs. Worth Ger raid of Charleston mrs. Harold Elliott of Mullins miss Alma Lou Teal Willoughby and miss Judy Willoughby both of the Home and sons Sherwood Willoughby Jimmy Willoughby both of Nichols and Lester Willoughby of Colombia. 3 Sisters. Mrs. Worthy Hayes of Nichols mrs. Cornel Israel of will evilly n. C., sur Mcrael. Of Whiteville n. C., sur a Lac. Be is survived by 28 grandchildren and one great grandchild. V Tod like to Wash the Durly in Public you have uie traits 4 politician mrs. Louvenia Steph Conway sept. I funeral services. For mrs. Louvenia g. Stephens 33, of it. 5, Conway who was killed in a two car collision Early will be held from Sweet water Branch Baptist Church at 4 . Tuesday. Burial will be in Hillcrest cemetery. Until time of service the body will rest at Goldfinch funeral Home Conway. Maid of Cotton Hunt underway in Darlington special to the news Darlington sept. 2 an intensive week Long Campaign to select Darlington county s maid of Cotton for 1957 begins this week and will be climaxed monday sept. 9, at 5 p. M., when the countywide contest is to be held in Darlington. Application forms and contest regulations Are available at the offices of the two county news papers. The Darlington news and press and the Carlsville. Messen Ger and at the office of the county ensla8cnt in the county agricultural building at Darlington. They should be completed and returned o Morrell l. Thomas jr., Box 514, Darlington and must be Post marked before Midnight saturday september 7. Judging and selection of the girl who will carry her county s ban Ner to the state maid of Cotton finals at Clemson october 16 and 17 will take place in the fee Dee free will Baptist ministers to meet Timmonsville sept. 2 All ministers of the South Carolina conference of original free will Baptist denomination Are being called into a special session wednesday morning at nearby Bay Branch f.w.b. Church. The Rev Billy Morris pastor and Active officer of the minister Ial association urged All to be present at 11 . Lunch will be served by the Church he said. Local guard resumes Drill Florence National who were halted from drilling Dur ing a National budgetary interim resume their work this week. Capt. Peter d. Hyman com Mander of Battery a 713th and aircraft gun battalion saw his unit would Drill regularly during september with the first Drill commencing at . On tues Day night. All men should be by Man said. Research fund set new York sept. 2 w the american cancer society has announced the granting of 566 for research to 197 scientists and 78 institutions. The society said it was the largest amount Ever Given at one time. You driving a bumpy horse line up for safety longer tire Wear ii let our experienced front end Man do it precision front wheel alignment proper wheel balance Cott it Small Francis motor company electric co operative building in Darlington. Contestants will meet there september 9 with a panel of three judges. Plans for this year s contest were made at a meeting last week presided Over by or. Thomas committee chairman. Members present were mrs. It. Coxe jr., of Mont Clare mrs. James Coggeshall Wilda j. Gray miss Sara Roper miss Mary Brady Harold King and mrs. W. E. Harper of Darlington and mrs. Dan e. Beas Ley of Lamar. Contestants must be unmarried Between the Ages of 19 and 25, and at least five feet five inches in height. The purpose of the Darlington county contest is two fold the committee said. In addition to selecting the Best qualified Young spokesman said. Weather facts data United states weather in Florence for. The 24 hour period ending at 7 last night. Temperatures highest 95 year ago92. Lowest 72 year ago 71. Mean 84 year ago 82. 7 a. To 74 7 p. 84. Rain none year ago 0.07. Total this month none. Deviation from Normal minus 0.28. year 27.45. Deviation from Normal minus Sunrise Sunset Myrtle Beach tides High a. P. Low a. P. River stages at 8 a. Wateree Camden missing. Great pee Dee Cheraw miss ing. Great pee Dee pee Dee miss lynches Effingham 1.8 falling. By the associated press 1 weather Bureau report of temperatures last 12 hours Low last in hours and rainfall last 24 hours ending 7 ., for selected still Huff ing puffing Moncton new brunswick., sept. 2 steam boiler of the Boston built locomotive her pc files which first rolled into new Brunswick in 3854 is still huffing and puffing. Its serving now to Power a Sawmill at Bateman s Brook. Station Albany Albu qui Amer ill aide Villi Atlanta Bis Park bling by Boston Buffalo c. Hat i Cha Iton Chicago to can to. Jevel d co limb i Denver Detroit Duluth Al fun k. Worth h station 71 is .11 Knox Jue Siss l Angeles is 63 Louisville 90 64 .02 Memphis 97 73 Miami _ of in Minn sir 74 so of n Orleans 82 56 new York Norfolk Omaha okla City Thila 13 63 84 60 1470 8678 97 71 m 74 Phoenix pills Borg 92 70 93 66 1241 grf my Jack value Kun City itts Borg port d me Baleigh he com d fit Louis 69 .05 s Antonio 78 61 .32 ban fran 9 65. Savannah 94 79 statue 90 m .05 Spokane 72 62 Tampa 96 73 wait ton k a .11 Wilton Hopr. 9469 m 64 92.71 90 70 .01 h 74 .19 73 Ocao 87 67 77 62 9772 86 61 m 71 9068 54 9070 89 66 88 7f 9973 7651 97 75 7755 is so 73 87 69 8671 rain deterred hikers Tokyo sept. 2 us ohly 000 persons hiked to the top of it. Fuji in the two month climb ing season ended saturday. Officials had expected twice that number to go up. But they Laid too much rain came Down. By e. H. Sims is. It Rue that Rivers Ocean cur rents and other things veer to the right in this hemisphere and do they veer As people say in the Southern hemisphere the experts do not agree that water in a Basin for example Al ways swirls to the right in the Northern hemisphere As you often hear but it is now agreed that Ocean currents and other have a noticeable right veer in our hemisphere. Rivers usually Cut More deeply into their right Ocean currents veer right in this hemis Phe rebut do the opposite in the Southern hemisphere this has Long been studied and in old Days was called coriolis Lorce. The reason is believed to be the rotation of the Earth which has a tendency to cause moving things to veer right in this hemisphere and left in the Southern hemis phere. However Many old sayings about coriolis Force Are not Yel red paper disapproves private rail cars Moscow sept. 2 us the paper soviet Russia disapproves the practice of Railroad executives of keeping private cars. It said the special car of Ivan p. Kee Chik chief of the Groznik depart ment of the Ord Nike Railroad is used Only four or five Days a month for official travel and is Idle the rest of the time. These old capitalistic traditions it said must be eliminated. Smithsonian Institute displays aged Fossil Washington sept. 2 a the Fossil of a 325 million year old coelacanth is now in display at the smithsonian institution. Scientists have identified it As one of the first living creatures to have a Backbone. Once thought to be extinct Sev eral have been caught in recent years in Depths of the Indian Ocean. _ Hippocrates the. Famed physician among the Early greeks blamed Many Eye ailments upon changes in the weather. Lady to represent Darlington county at the state and possibly at the National finals the contest is being held to impress upon the Public the Large part which Cotton plays in the local Economy. We Hope everyone will realize the importance of the Colton Industry to our economic welfare and will Wear and use Cotton products whenever a Only one stands out with both these important benefits Goody s Are made in powdered form Only for faster action Goody s Are sensibly priced at 2 powders 54 ton l Tiff f t Jorr flu of Goody s of i it to a headache powders Why pay Hwy m ust our Naiu Hurt weather forecast rain is expected toddy in parts of the Atlantic coast states Ohio Valley Gulf coast states Southern Plains upper Mississippi Valley and Western great lakes area. It will be mostly fair Over the rest of ther nation. A photo Rox know the weather Ocean current Rivers tend to have right veer substantiated by the scientists and relatively Little is known about our hemisphere s right veer. Commerce secretory halts phone Calls Washington sept .2 a Secretary of Commerce weeks would like his employees to Stop calling Home on government telephones. An Appeal is being made to have personal Calls reduced. Officials estimated they Cost the g Ern ment about a year. The department is billed by the phone company on a sliding scale based on the number of Calls made. Royal yacht to refit London sept. 2 Royal yacht Britannia is going into the Yards again shortly for refitting. A spokesman said this routine work is expected to take until Christmas. The Britannia s last refit was in february when she Myrtle Beach schools launch new term special to the news Myrtle Beach sept. Pc As Myrtle Beach s High school and three elementary schools begin the 1957-58 year tuesday 9 a. With new courses and additional teachers a record enrolment of is expected. The 300 additional children Over last year will make necessary the continued use of portable build Ings. Two such buildings were moved during the summer from the Myrtle Beach elementary school to the High school to be used As regular classrooms. Four temporary classrooms re main at the elementary school two of them to be used for Art and music classes. Construction of the eight classroom addition to the High school is expected to be completed by next fall superintendent j. H. Spann said. The schools total faculty of 75 will Convene at the High school at 8 a. M., monday Lor a morning workshop. Tuesday the students today will meet their teachers in the classrooms during the morning. Yesterday hopelessly ill today cured of people Are alive today who just a few years ago might have died despite the efforts of their doctors. What saved them in september Reader s digest Paul de Kruif tells How doctors Are using remarkable new combinations of wonder drugs to help yesterday s hopeless. Get the september Reader s digest at your newsstand to Day 89 articles of lasting in Terest. The beat from All magazines newspapers and books condensed to save your time. Returned from a round the world William James funeral services for or. William James Effingham . Will conducted . Wednesday in Spring Branch Baptist Church with the Rev. J. E Bristow officiating interment will be in the Church cemetery directed by the Smith funeral Home. Position open applications Are being taken1 for position of financial Secretary and Book keeper at one the larger churches in the City. Quali fied persons interested in this Type work Are invited to address written applications to treasurer Box .632, Florence for further information. Courteous Drivers Are sate Drivers and tramways Safe Elf record proves it got railways opel lists in travel Trail Obi goes thru to Moil from Florence to 1-Way Dallas i. Drily 1 change to los Angeles new York express thru liner no change service Tampa thru liner no change service Charlotte. Convenient daily departures plus tax ask shippers to Send pack nos express to you by trailways. It s faster. Buses chartered for trips time. Union bus terminal 187 n. Coit phone 2-4351 trailways the Roula of the thru liners to make yours a Cadillac family at this very next motor car May be waiting for you at your Cadillac dealer s. He is offering amazing values on 1957 models and making exceptional allowance on cars taken in Trade. Stop in and him soon. You can get immediate delivery of your favorite Model at a far More modest investment than you Ever imagined possible. Why not pay your Cadillac dealer a visit today visit your authorized Cadillac dealer

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