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   Aiken Standard and Review (Newspaper) - March 9, 1959, Aiken, South Carolina                                AIKXH STANDARD AND REVIEW V Society Editor M 8lUI of interest to WOMEN MRS ROBERT MILLER CARTER Town Topics By ANNIE HL KING Pfobahiy he careers of no two movie stars are1 fQliovyeci withmore interest than those of Joanne Woodward and her husband Paul Newman since Aiken claims them by adoption be ing the home of Miss Woodwards mother Mrs Robert Miller Curler Mrs Carter is leaving to visit becoming known around Hollywood r the couplein New York and to at tend the opening performance of Hie new Broadway play Sweet Bird of Youth starring Paul New man This play opens Tuesday at Die Martin Beck Theatre Mrs Carter will be present for the dinner for twenty honoring Mr Newmanat Sardis There will also be aparty for the cast after the show Alsopresent will be Mrs Arthur Newman of Cleveland Mr Newmans mother and the actors brother and bride Mr andj Mi Arthur Newman Jr who are spending their loneymoon ip Iffew York Mrs Carter said yesterday that she would also attend Miss Wood wards new movie Sound of the starring Yul Brynner and Margaret Leightoii in which Miss Woodward plays the part of a 17 yearold girl Miss Woodward who won an Academy Award as the best ac tress of 1957 lor role m Three Faces of Eve is an stress of many roles It is said that she is as the girl a thousand probably due to the went from the three fact that she different pen Millbrook PTA Will Meet Monday The Millbrook Elementary PTA will meet Monday March 9 at 8 p m the school The speaker of the evening will be Elmer VanVant chief probation officer of the juvenilecourt of Rich mond County Ga There willi be no room visitation hut the exhibits for the science fan will be on display inthe halls at These exhibits will also be on view all of the following wetk Our ing school hours Parents are uugcdl to attend Wesleyan Guild To Meet Columbia sons in Three Faces of Eve to the Southern floozie in No Payment to the frustrated spin sler in The Long Hot Summer to thp busybody housewife in Rally Round the Flag Boys starcec tli her husband and now in Sound of the Fury a girl 11 years younger than her real age of 28 Audi yet another role for ii April she will be the leading lady in A undle From Heaven the expcckti nrElborn of the New irans Episcopal Women To Meet Tuesday The MariccEdgerton Chapter of tle Church Women of St Thadaeus will meet at 8 oclock Tuesday eve ning at the home of Mrs Harold Mllickey 531 York st fee The 19th annual meeting of the Wesleyari Service Guild of the Squth Carolina Conference Southeastern Juiisflictibn of the Methodist church wil be held March 1415 at Sfjandon Methodist church Devinc street Co lumbia of the meeting is Gun Witness aridi Our Mission Spcial guest and speaker will be Miss buise field vyprker foi the Wornans Division of Christian Set Vice of the Board of Missions of tlie Methodist church with special responsibility far the Wesleyan Ser vice Guild She will be the moderator for several panels will answer ques tionscdrjcecning the Guild and will bo thespeaker at the Banquet to be held at T p m March 13 at the Wade Hampton Hotel Othec features of the program will be a message from Mrs R L Hql royd ot Chester nresideht of the Wopvans Society of Chinstian Ser vice of the Soyth CJarolijria once and a message by the confer ence secretary of Wesleyan Guild Miss KathleenSouth Missionaries arid deaconess taking part on Jhe will inclrde Miss Eulalie Cook a South Carolin an ordained minister and a mis sionary to Cuba Miss Frances Ma or of Piedmont missionary to tlie Bengali Mission Calcutta India and Miss Louise Best of Spartanburg for 36 years missionary at Colegic Cen tenaric Santa Mario Grande de Sul Brazil and others Mrs J E Marchant of Greenville will lead the opening worship Dr Robert N DuBose pastor of Shandong Methodist church will preacfutlie sermon at a m March15 All members and friends of the arc invited ef Have Lead Rotez jfoy Pi The two leading fenialb ciliaradteus in the Players production The NSghiof January 16tH are portrayed by Mrs Jo Eckhardt and Pat McMonnway Both aijenewi to the Aiken stagfi and play pants which are at orjixs ite poles from a character and per sonality point of view Mrs Eokhaixib hrs been castas Karen Andnc the defendant jn the murder trial ard former secretary of the financier This is her first role in thQ lbon playhouse She SsthQ wifept Gerw Eckhardl superintendent of maintenance at j the Savannah River Plant and they j reside at 3424Summit1 Drive hero I Mrs alsoi a comertp the local stage and will laytliepart of the aeceaseds wife but hasher problemwith a waaltliy and doniineering fathen pati is1 the wife George is auditoiiium onliaiirens Street The qurtain rises a1 p hi may ho nominations mode from All school children will have Iho opportunity la visit tlni exhibits on Tuesday morning Atrrch 10 Aiken i ways 123 GylosRoad relunrig irii confilcts o personalities will Aiken Community Playhouse giflduc tion on the evenings of March 13 and 14 the Junior High School The Aiken Elementarji School Ttuchars Association will meet Mqnday March 9 atTrod pm at the school to view the work of the child fen ait science fair proj Thjs willbea bigger arid bet ter exhibition This year for he tinie the oxliibits will bejudged by Science Fair judges and soipeof ex hibits will be chosen to compete in the GSRA Science Fair tobe held at the Belli Auditorium later 11IK montu in Augusta ja All parents are cordially invited to al Another new feature this will he the proKentation of second ami thiid prize rib to the best in each school grade At rm there will fca an election ofofficer for the PTA for the IdjSoO schOdl sesBiou A ruminating committee will recom mend a slate of officers and here NOW SAVE NOT A SPECIAL PURCHASE JUST A Drastic Reduction MISS DEANNA GAULT Miss Deanna Engagement To Mr William Platt Announced IN AIKEN Good looks Cream for the Whole Family Mr and Mrs Theodore Monroe Gault announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Deanna Sandra Gault to Mr William Hubert Plath The wedding will take place April 5th at the First Baptist church MissGault is a graduate of he Aiken 1Iijjh School and is now em ployed1 by Dr L S Sawyer The bridegroom is the son of Mrs HaroldPlatt and the late Dr Platt He is a graduate of the Aiken High School and the University of South Carolina where he received his BS dfigree in retailing He is a mem ber of the Drugs firm of Plait Iltxall by request LasL year it proved to be very successful and it is hoped that manw ofi the local business people will avail themselves of this oppor tunity to eat lunch at a reasonnblc price It is a known fact that the women of St Jolms church are good cooks and here is the chance to again find out All proceeds of this event will go to help the husband of Mary OHul ler who is a doctor missionary in foreign fields Wesleyan Service to attend this meeting Columbia Greenwood arid Sumler districts are he Guiid Weekend will K after morning service on Sunday Mrach 15 Fades horrid spots 7 oz economy size tax brown spots on your hands and face tell the world youre getting old New Esoterica that medicated skin cream breaks up masses of hands look white young again Equally effective on face neck in skin not on it Use as hand cream or makeup foundation blackheads pimples disappear Esoterica clears skin of blackheads that often lead to ugly pimples embarrassing acne Now you can change a problem skin where neglected blackheads have brought on skin eruptions to a clear fresh complexion where other creams have failed and wonder of wonders helps enlarged pores to shrink Esoterica helps shrink enlarged pores that encourage dirt deposits coarse rough unclean compilation Many men who know coarsened skin is a sign of age use Esoterica to unclog the around the BIRTH OF DAUGHTER Mr and Mrs Brittoh Wright of Jefferspn Cjly MJSS announce tlie birth of a daijghtekon March 1 Mrs Wright is the fonmer IVliss Anne Reynolds Gibboney daughter of and MIJS G H Gibboney OHallef Circle Plans Soiip Luncheon On Tuesday morning March 10 fiorri a muntil p m the Mary OHaller circle of St Johns Methodist church will serve a vege table soup luncheon Tlie luncheoji will consist of home made soup rolls salad1 dessert andi coffee The price oE the luncheonwill be 75 cents per person Take put quarts of soup will be 65 cents Per sons desiring take outs will be asked to bring their own containers The luncheon will be served in the mainroom it the educational build ing which is known as Fellowship Hall Thisluncheon has been repeated Fennel Named ToMC Aiken Beauty Show FENNELNAMED CITY gb Dick Fennel operations director for WRDWTV will be tlie master of cerenionies foi1 the 1959 Miss Aiken Beauty pageant to be held April 24 according to George Gil rer of the sponsoring Aiken Junior Chamber of Commerce Fennel is well known to radio rnd TV audiences ofthe Savannah River Area and has advanced from an announcer into TV and finally the production end of tele vision Gilmer stated that the Jaycees are pleased to have Fciuiel do the show and believe its presentation will begreatly enhanced by the Augustans ability cmd There MRS W E POWELL of Graniteville accompanied by her Mother Mrs R B Bljount of Waynesboro Ga departed March 4 for an exiended visit with Mrs daughter Mrs W L Fpgle Elihor Powells and Mr Fogle at their home in Fort Lewis Washington Mesdames Powell and Blount are traveling by train andwill malie stops along the route to see points of interestThey will make overnight stops in Denver Colorado Los Angeles and San Francisco California and wil also spend a few days in Yenfcxiri California as the guests ol Mrs Conn a friend of Mrs Blount While in Fort Lewis Mes dames Powell and Blmmt expect to see sights of the Great Northwest and will complete their trip returning the Northern route by way of Chicago MJRS DERIU MITTEN of Scrantpn Pa is the guest of her niece Mrs Otis Purdie aiid Mr Purdie at their home on Co lonial Drive LADIES FAILLE LINED NAVY BLACK PINK BEIGE WtTH RHINESTONE PIN Sizes 10 to 18 BOYS SfMM t Shirts Regularly SAM PRICE Sanforized j Ivy League andiPesry Styles Sizes 2 6x 718 Wa havauoti made a SJflDCIAI PURCHASE We Imvc akon these ShiKts from our rpgulai stock ami itKDUCKD the s by GarjHSie itJiJ l Tfex Duh River Wfiiikleshcd Gngluiins 1rilit Stnpvs B M SURASKY S 120 Laurcns Street SW antlL short sleiws all fully washable Surforiztcl codon flunnrl sliirU inulntledi STOCK UP FOR NOW AND BACKTQSCHOOL NEXTFALL FranzblauV Women aiicl 144 Laurens Street SW Dial MI 99596 its made to order for teenage boys and girls quickly absorbed instantly into skint most skin start Fragrant greaseless base softens lubricatw skin as it clears up blemishes Recently developed by trustworthy 36yearold laboratory Guaranteed to thrilling get today Order by Mall or Phone MI 97141 MISS SARAH BOWMAN Girl Scout Executive Director is doing nicely in the University Hospital followingsurgery her many friends will be glad lo know MRS H A McCullooghi of CoUunhia is visiting her daugh ter Mrs Calvin Whiffle and Mr Whittle on York Street MRS W S WilLLCOX is at her home on Chester field Street having been a patient in Hie Aiken County hospital Mrs Willcox remains very ill MRS WARD CARPENTER of Ml Plensnnt is visiting lier sister and brother Miss EIeanor and Mr Haasis MRS GEDD1NGS CUSHMAN is improving after being confined o her hoine for the past week MR AND ARTHUR EM RICH spent the weekend in Vidalia Ga with Mrs Emriclis relatives He will return tn Aik en today and Mrs Emricli gpes to Tampa Fla for n visi with relatives E W CARLAN of Galax Va is the Suest of Mr McCleskay Gairlycli who is making his home at Mrs Alihie Hitts MR ANP MRS R McTEER spent the weekend in Harts visited their daughter Miss Patsy McTeer a studenTaTCokcr MR QLENN is at home from the County appencrcctoiViy 7 PREEASTER SALE NEW SPMNC TOPPERS SAVE 2O Prtce OFF REGULAR 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