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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - September 18, 1957, Florence, South CarolinaPage 2 the Florence morning news Florence a c. Wednesday morning september 18, 1957 Center slates courses Here for teachers a group of Osce a Weet courses designed primarily for teacher Ste e Cdr was a pranced yesterday by fred1 Perry director of the Rucj Vessy of South Carolina Erie Sioe Cen Ter Here. The Are fast tie deaths and funerals John d. Watson funeral services for Johnl dad can Watson 47. Will be held at p. M. Wednesday in the stood Amire Chapel conducted Fay or. W. G. Foist to pastor the of win be in i those offered by the Tim Versire s Sisa Terrace toe Rosie Perry said. He added that of cry carry Este Osni credits not resident credits. Each in a cae the co doses cot restricted to teachers. Other people Are Perry said. Perry an noticed Foar at the tame time be the tines for organizational meet fees for each. L a coarse to be determined it the organizing meeting p. M. Friday. Those present for Tbs meeting can then decide Perry said in which it object they most want teaching. 1 education in. Principles of speech Lor which the Feist Rector win be Normaa j. Lam brie of the state dept of Educa Tion. Organization meeting. Time 7 p. M. Friday. T. Elf cation is. Air Iio Vised aids. Instructor win be . 15cdoaald, of Sumler organi i meeting time a. M. Saturday. 4. Education 114. The teaching of Reading. The coarse win be taught by mrs. Carol Errin of Dillon. Organization meeting time is also a. M. Saturday. Perry said the corf of the courses would be As Hodows a dear Evergreen. My Hope cemetery. Pallbearers will be w. W. Blufe e. C. Goff w. P. Davis sr., Archie Dancan d. C. Shrrel and w. A. Daci. Honorary pallbearers be super Risor Seq retired Plant employees of tie Sombra Bell Telephone co. Here and or. Watson s line Crew. Or. Watson bad lived most of his life in Florence. He was a Soa t of off Iceni s. Watson or. And the late Louie Louise Dili can is soc. I he was accidental in electrocuted monday while repairing an elec tric Drill or. Watson was employed by the Stafiera be3 Telephone roof Florence Jor the past z5 year and at the tire of his death was a line Foreman. Found on lynches Rivera Indian urn goes to museum Here Ollie h. Hatch Elf sept 17-offie h. Hatchen 58, member of a we2 known county family of it 1, Johnsoa ills died in a Flo ence Hospital tuesday. He had in declining health for the part two years. Funeral services win be bold St . Wednesday at new Prospect free wh1 Baptist Charch the Rev. T. A. Williams Hemingway and the Hev. Malcolm Harrelso of red Barial directed by Morris funeral Home a Fol follow in the Willow Creek methodist Church cemetery Indian burial urn to be displayed by Florence museum nov director. Miss Lucy Crisp accepts urn from j. H. Chapman. Semester for undergraduate credit i Active pallbearers a Fol be Bobby for graduate credit Bidy Hatchell Ralph sies pay More Perry said be Lamar Sto cause their increased repair menu add Medford Cox. Be. I Stone Lamar sume Fred Stone require More supervision. Evergreen Farmer loses second barn Evergreen sept. 17 l. C. Hutchc i. Tobacco Farmer of near Here believes that Friday 13 May be his unlucky Day. Last Friday which was the 3th, he lost his Sec Oca tobacco barn of the season. One month earlier he had lost a barn filled with tobacco. The one destroyed Friday was filled he was a son of the late Thomas and Mattre Hatchell of the Ever Green Section of Florence county where he was born and spent his entire life. He was a member of new Prospect Church. Surviving Are his widow mrs. Delta Caroline Stone Hathell of the Home two daughters mrs b the Southern regional director i ii c annul. Or. Will aufranc to speak Here medics to hear of Asiatic flu l. Windle of Brownville Ala r. W. Bradfordjr. Of a. Three sons Tommy Hatchell of Johnsonville David h. Hatchell of Columbia and Charlie Hatchell of Florence three Sisters mrs. Booze found in Auto three men arrested persistence paid off to the tune 11 Gallons of Moonshine and three arrests yesterday for Deputy sheriff Ray shape and m. B. Hug gins of the slate Law enforcement division. The lawmen slopped a car they believed to be transporting be Gal liquor on Nashua re. Near Florence. The Driver told them they could t search the trunk i since the handle was broken and could not be opened. The officers said they would Fol Low to a service station and open it with a screwdriver. The Driver got into the car. Drove about two Miles then pulled Over and parked he came Back and admitted to the officers that he was hauling it Bexie Sheehan morning Stafl writer toe aver directs of the Flor ence Musenja was hard at work this Veek preparing an exhibition of regional history. One of tie Price Eife Shils to be Shokira in the co Becova will be a Indian burial Era found several years so on its lynches River and donated for the exhibit by j. H Chapalan of Johnsr Arrille ass director. Miss Lacy Crisp accepted the urn from Chapman monday night on a loan Baas. According to e. A. Zeigler museum president the urn was prob ably used by use historic pee Dee indians who roamed the local Countryside adopt the time of co Imbus. Ii was used to bold the bores and personal belongings of e dead Indian Ziegler said. A Hole broken in the Bot Tom of the vessel was probably put there on purpose by the Indi ans Zeigler said so that the de ceased s spirit could escape to the Happy Hunting grounds. The urn was found buried near the Shore of the River two years j i ago by Chapman and Laney Ard i while they were fishing. Miss Crip Hopes to use the urn in a new gallery soon to be open Jack Holmes de. Funeral services for Jack As new director she has been Holmes of. 3. Florence will be the museum since sept. 3. A j corp ducted at 3 p. M. Thursday native of Falkland n.c., she i Elmodist Church with the Rev. 0. E. Jackson officiating. Director of the state Art gallery and executive Secretary of the state Art society. In 1947 the Carolina state legislature appropriated a million dollars for the Purchase of old masters. Tie Money could not be used however until matched by an equal amount in gifts which did not occur Unta 1951, when t h e Kress foundation donated the full million. Then a commission was appointed which More 200 works. Finally when the collection was set no in a new four Story building on Capitol Square i Raleigh a 1k5, miss Crisp re signed from her Job. She was glad to have helped set a the museum she said hut Felt ready to move on when the work was done. She did not want to be come involved in administrative wort she said. Alter a year of rest and visiting friends in Phila Delphia last year she accepted the omit on Here in Florence. She is a graduate of the North Carolina women s College in Greensboro and she where she studied taught for several went into museum music years. Work after Daing free Lance work for Raleigh newspapers. Dwight Jenkinson. Mcleod business manager probably one o the leading museum and Art experts in the area having helped found and develop the North Carolina state Art museum in Raleigh. Jess Crisp began her museum work at the Greenville Community Art Center in 194l she remained with the Center while working with the t so daring the War until went to Raleigh in 1w7. There she took Over the Job of burial will be in the Church cemetery directed by Smith funeral Home. J of the u. S. Public health service will speak on Asiatic flu at a com-1 Moonshine in the trunk bind meeting of pee Dee area the occupants of the car doctors dentists and dig lists j were arrested and charged with thursday evening at the Florence transportation of illegal liquor. Country club. The Driver Robert Edwards of a the first barn burst into flames. Cause of the fire has been undetermined both Barnes were equip Ped with Oil burners. Now showing Arolina Gary Cooper in Grid Bergman for whom the Bell tolls one of the ail time great pictures see it from beginning affair1 in Reno John Lund Dors Sngleton j John Archer cartoon sports 2nd feature please drive King ave. To theatre of Johnsonville mrs Daisy Hutchinson of Flor ence four Brothers. Cephas Hatch of Newport news va., h. P. Hatchell of Florence Herbert Hatchen and Holand Hatchell both of Johnsonville and two grand children. Mrs. Fannie Powell Lake View sept. 17 mrs. Fannie Powell 87, of Lake View died tuesday t . At Sun nya cres rest Home. Survivors in clude her husband h. W. Powell of Lake View three sons Worth h. W. Jr., and Rudolph All of Mullins four daughters mrs. L. S. Gibson of Jacksonville fla., mrs. A. B. Stubbs mrs. D. C. Mccall mrs. H. H. Hillard All of Cheraw and a number of grand children and great grandchildren. Funeral services will be con ducted at 4 . Wednesday at the pentecostal holiness Church of Lake View by the Rev. H. H. Duncan the Rev. M. G. Baker i interment will be in Lake View j cemetery. Jenkinson assumes duties at infirmary Dwight Jenkinson new business manager of Mcleod infirmary began his new duties this week. Jenkinson was formerly office manager for Holliday Brothers at Galli vants ferry. He received a wednesday Tony Curtis Marisa Pavan Gilbert Roland in the Midnight Story in cinemascope Bill Thomas named office manager j. W. Bill Thomas has been named office manager first provident corporation according to announcement by Lewis w. Bar Ron chief executive officer of the company. Thomas will handle local applications for Home Loans and will administer All phases of the pro Gram. In addition he will work in a supervisory capacity i the insurance department. Thomas a graduate of Woff Orrl College lives at 1714 Wisteria or the 29 year old first provident executive is married to the for Mer Rheba Covington. They have two children. 25c nites 25c Exall his Muju i the Florence native and Grade degree in business ate of the University of South l so and served his military Olina will move from department sen ice in the merchant Marine mini y Jiuu. J Neui n ii or. Aufranc the regional Ballard St. Address is being held to department throughout the bos-1 he in the county jail under s500 Bond Pital for the next two weeks a j Laura it. To. _ i _ Vic via i Pouolo director supervises the work of the Public health service communicable disease Center in Atlanta As part of his duties. Part of his to the former of Coward. The have two children fan Vul a Kuliu. J i Tut j the other two i Miliar izing himself with his Job. I couple no Charles and Janie Rainey of 11071 he replaces Ken recently cd Shl i. Leigh e. Cheves St., were released after moved up to Hospital administrator talk May be devoted to discussing each posted s500 Bond. The fill the Post left vacant by Mark the Center s work on Asiatic flu. The meeting is a joint Confer ence and dinner for he pee Dee medical Assn., the pee Dee dental Assn., and the pee Dee pharmaceutical Assn. Or. William Perry president of the Host pee Dee Meo Cal Assn., will preside. Or. Aufranc has done regular Public health work in Georgia Missouri Oregon and Alaska. He was for three years connected with the executive office of the presi Dent handling problems of medi Cal manpower and the National blood program. Cers conflated the Moonshine and Stanton. The automobile. The car a 1951 Buick is registered in the name of Janie Rainey. Citadel announces 1 Case finished in pleas court one Case was completed in the 1 september session of the Florence enrolment a Cornmon pleas court yesterday. Charleston sept. 17 ii Harry Durant was awarded s312 the Citadel announced Here damages from the defendant record enrolment of two thousand students. In addition the state military College at Charleston will have Al most 300 veterans in its classrooms. Pee Dee weather facts b. S. Poston acting for a. B. Motor co. Durant. Whose original plea was for charged that Poston had agreed to fix his car a May of 1955, and when an agreement 4, live at 1314b Edgewood or. Rug history Maquoketa Iowa in the looked Rug runners which cover he stairway risers in the farm Nome of Oscar Skott near Here Are made no of pictures which show highlights of the farm s his tory. Skott s sister mrs. Margaret siders of Maquoketa. Made the pictorial Rug and the Story it tells begins with settlement on the farm by her parents. Or. And mrs. Hans Skott in 1866. Other pictures show the original farmhouse its successor the Rock could not be reached on the begun in 1s71, the first of repairs Poston sold the car. Team of mules purchased in 1890 court will continue today. Judge i the building of the first silo in j. M. Brailsford of Orangeburg is j 1903 and the coming of electricity presiding. Ito the farm in 1922. Memberships in teen town being sought new memberships for teen town Are on Sale. Any youth who is student at the Junior High schools or High school is eligible to join. Membership fee is Way cents a school term. No one win be admitted to teen town at night without a member ship card after Friday afternoon sept 20. Teen town belongs to the teen of Florence. We Welcome memberships and Hope that Etu Dan deals will use the canteen during the present school officials said. Membership cards can be obtain if fran the City recreation department on the Corner of Cheves and Warley streets. Highest 86 year ago 91. Lowest 73 year ago 63. Mean 80 year ago 80. . 75 . 76. Rain 0.28 year ago Trace. Total this month 6.27. Deviation from Normal plus 3.69. Total this year 34.04. Deviation from Normal minus 1.79. Sunrise Sunset Myrtle Beach tides High . . Low . . River stages at 8 . Wateree Camden 2.3 rising. Great pee Dee Cheraw 6.0 falling great pee Dee pee Dee miss ing. Lynches Effingham 3.3 rising. Elizabeth Rock Jakes Taylor Hudson Dean Baker of Tuioi Motomi Mamma m giant technicolor to the inns la of this in lure Jiu will Hevr to or Herf. By in ire a Complete meow Albu que Amiri to Atlin Birtill by the associated press Ruther Burem report of Uzi. Lilt 12 Hookjr jut. 13 Couri hours Esdie 7 b 1. To. Station h l it. 59 kno Ivylle 7 .01 t7 is i. 76 63 55 65 55 Bolh 1.10 a Praphul z3 53 72 .25 milrr.1 m h Minn sep 74 m 70 13 n Orl Ofili 76 5? r k 68 m new York 72 65 .39 Button 75 Norfolk s3 72 1.60 Buffalo 7s 52 Omaha 7s 68 c. Hal la 87 77 okla City 57 Cha Iton k 76 .01 phyla 75 m Charlotte Vij 70 .81 Phenix m cd Faro 72 55 Burc 76 58 Cincin to 74 55 Pott d me 75 12 a Cicma i 71 in Kalwith 8 73 Carlo inti l 77 s2 Hitchm d 71671.53 in liar a 51 St. Louis 80 i i item Tail 70 19 s a us Lush .0? sail 1 Al weather forecast shovers or rain Ore scheduled for much of the area from the Carolinas southward to Florida and Westward to the Mississippi Vailey As Well As the Texas coastal Region. A photo fax radio and to programs wednesday a Bow Florence Channel 8 new. Weather sport. blk record the Huumo Jurt i be cot a Moon Nubit top Trail late Sbott work Tate to Man Homer lore of Ufa Brit bar do Swerch for to morn secret storm Light of in fat news. Weal Iier. Fitu. Lorie the living word cartoon can Ftp Waller Croekitt done Ennu the clock Sty Bui Hoose part wuss Charleston Channel 2 to rum a own for a Tea truth or cons Raeisi modern Romance Tea tic tie death i married Joan Fath know it Coort Yoi huh Kraft theatre my Lutle Myrtie Lucky 2 Rincy thai u vow hit Clab 60 Lowey tunes there Patiic Bride t Groom Newi weather Ila Tlam a Btu Charlotte Slotte it hotel lore life search for tomorrow Gnu Sci Bette Feiar show As the world tall my Little Marjie Art link Lertsr bit payoff verdict ii oort weather Man i time dts Gitonn of night Morie common let Ahart shop or to news we Atterman Spann Orami record Julio Aart 1 be pm a Hen of Poui of attn Meta weather net feud Jurls sports Riml Lale Stow Sim Oil Channel 5 strike it Rich hotel cosmopolitan love of life search for tomorrow 31-45 ankh not mayor of town As world Turna beat the Rock Bouse party big pay Arf verdict is Youn brighter Day 3-15 secret storm Edge of my Cut tales ref West Mickey Motif Popeye Weither sport 5port5copi reporter Tbs Bir Herod the Multi Stirt itt got yesterday s news rim von Are City detective wis Columbia Channel 10 Price u Raj fat Oderr Romania troth or consequence 1 married Joaa Tir tac dough the specs show it could be you Little Rackall at noon Cactus pc come 1j-1s farm report Leonej tunes dub 60 today i weather Bride Groom Sporta spot Fht lbs theatre. 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If the Holdenville daily news As an and Veri icing gimmick drenched its columns with perfumed Ink. And to the Story explaining the stunt was a picture by Uinci i Jack Vine m ton to i.7o top police officers. Present plans cum i a cite _ 57 Wita top a Tilo have 155 Lac Dence of Secretary of defense Noi Uii Carolina Charles e. Wilson lightly holding Day occasional rain West and North portion and scattered show ers or Southeast portion with Little change in Lam per lures. Thursday considerable cloudiness and somewhat warmer with rain Likely. South Carolina consider Able cloudiness and mild with scattered showers wednesday and thursday. High wednesday 78-80 North. 80-84 South portion. Georgia jointly Cloudy rain mild wednesday. High 80-85. Dpi l it Nair any Tinwai a in your Tell Chen by cause the abrasion will a courage a Tang get your i Tamini with our delicious Home made v e g e t soup Sanborn hotel cafeteria Good foods popular prices free parking in rear of hotel his nolo. You can finish High school at Home Al Fott m 9fi4 u fo9 work. Ii or Oll Wolfl u a inf Elbert Hubbard on health by or. J. D. Young the late Elbert Hubbard one of the most Brilliant writers of recent times personally investigated the claims of chiropractic. He wrote in his Book the science of keeping above All things a Good chiropractor has Faith in nature that heels. All the chiropractor can do is put his patient in line with the Healing forces of nature. Chiropractic never brings an Adverse result. The chiropractor does not pin his Faith in any single Panacea. He simply knows the physical fact that a pressure of a Bone on the nerve brings about a condition where nervous system fails to act properly. With skilled hands he brings about the right relationship and proper adjust ment. He finds the cause and removes it. Chiropractors Are not doctors of Medicine. They Are doctors of health. From them we get a new science which is adding greatly to the happiness and welfare of the world. A Public education article written by or. J. D. Young whose clinic ii located at 415 w. Palmetto St. In Florence. Telephone 7-2991. Lady attendant in duty or. J. D. Young Young chiropractic clinic 415 w. Pai Mitto St. Florence s. C. Phone j

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