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   Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - September 29, 1957, Florence, South Carolina                               PAGE 2-B THE FLORENCE MORNING NEWS. FLORENCE, S. C. SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 29, 15o7 WOMEN PAT MacEACHERN, Woman's EdHor Thtlma Robbini, Woman'! Kepartar Engagements-Marriages Anderson-Touchberry Mr. and Mrs. James Louis Anderson of Timmonsville announce the engagement of their daughter, Ruth Ber- tha, to Joseph Rollin Touchberry Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Touchberry of Effingham. The wedding will take place Oct. 25 in the Sparrow. Swamp Baptist Church. Jowers-Tyler Mr. and Mrs. Murray Jowers of Hemingway announce the engagement of their daughter, Shelby Jean, to Louie H. Tyler, gon of Mr. and Mrs. James H. Tyler of Hem- ingway. The wedding will take place Feb. 14. Morris-Brown Mr. and Mrs. H. 0. Morris of Andrews announce the engagement of their daughter, Margie Lee, to Steve Ernest Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Trio. The wedding will take place at 5 p.m. Oct. 5 in Piney Forest Baptist Church near Andrews. Kirby-Michael Mr. and Mrs. D, T. Kirby of Kingstree announce the engagement of their daughter, Sara Lou, to Airman Marcus David Michael of Monroe, Ga., and Atlantic City, N.J., son of Mr., and Mrs. Henry D. Michael of Monroe, Ga. The wedding will take-place Oct. 19 in Northfield Methodist Church, Northfield, NJ. Gamble-Carter Mr. and Mrs. Ardell Gamble of Kingstree announce the engagement of their daughter, Alice Ren, to James Warren Carter, son of Mr. and Mrs. James J. Carter of Lake City. Duke-Cantey Mr. and Mrs. Willard W. Duke of New Zion announce the engagement of their daughter, Margaret Nell, to Emory D. Cantey of New Zion -and Florence, eon of Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Cantey. The wedding will take place Oct. ,27 in the Midway Presbyterian Church near New Zion. Altman-Haselden Mrs. Lucy Lee Altaian of Summerville and Heming- announces the marriage of her-daughter, Jackie Lee, to Pfc. Willis Everette Haselden Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Willis E. Haselden of Hemingway, Sept. 6 at 6 p.m. at the.Presbyterian Manse in Georgetown. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Lucy Lee Altman the late Willie Altman of Hemingway. The couple will reside at Camp Lejeune, N. C. Oliver-Potter Mr. and Mrs. Bert Oliver of Houston, Tex., announce the Carriage of their daughter, Patricia Jean, to A-2c Donald W. Potter, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Potter of Florence, Aug. 19. The couple will reside at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Tex., where he is stationed. Boon to Brides Good packaging of meals can bp a boon lo brides. In a survey one newlywcd inter- viewed responded quite candidly concerning her lack of shopping experience: "I need to see the packaged meat in front of she said. "I have been shopping for only eight monihs and there are so many cuts of meat I don't know. I wouldn't know what lo aik for." Menu in Minute Menu memo in a minute! Many of the shoppers inlerWew- ed in a recent survey reported they were in favor of packaged self service meats. The reasoning, as summed up by one young house- wife, goes this way: "When I see the meat on dis- play in a self-service case, I'm reminded of' different cuts anc menu ideas suggest themselves.' OFF TO RALEIGH Lovely Miss Ann Airman ond chaperon, Mri. Philip Arrowsmith, left for Raleigh, N. C., for Sigma Phi convention over the weekend. Ann rep- resented all the sorority chapters as "Miss Beta Sigmu Phi." was chosen from 300 contestants, Ann is a member of the local Lombda chapter ol Beto Sigma Phi. Mrs, Arrowsmith k iponsor for this chapter, (Photo by KirklonJ) I MR. AND MRS. CHARLES WILLIAM STIKELEATHER of Florence announce the engagement of their daughter, Martha Elizabeth, to Dr. Robert Drewes of Dr. and Mrs. Alfred G. Langmann of New York City. The wedding will take place November 9th. MR. AND MRS. G. A. PROCTOR of Olanta announce the engagement of their daughter, Mary Carolyn of Olanta and Florence, to Lennie Small Middleton Jr. of Jefferson and Clemson, son of Lennie Small Middleton and the late Mrs. Middletbn of Jefferson. The wedding will take place Nov. 28 in the Olanta Methodist Church. In Pamplico SCFWCDistrict Conference Held The Federated Clubs of Pampli- co were hostesses to the South Central District Conference of the South Carolina Federation of Wom- en's Clubs Thursday at the Metho- dist Church. The district director, Mrs. John R. Wolff of Florence, presided. The meeting opened at a.m. with the Invocation by The Rev. M. J. Patrick, minister of the church. WELCOME to Pamplico was ex- tended by Mrs. Gary I. Finklea, president of the Outlook Club and conference chairman. Guest solo- st was Mrs. A. A. Coleman of Pamplico accompanied by Thom- as McDonald. Mrs. John H.. Childress, state president, was speaker. She outlin- ed the objectives of the year's ivork. First objective is the pro- motion of Mental Health for ef- ective living. Workshops for club vomen on this subject will be held in 12 areas of the state. She nformed. the group of a scholar- ship for the graduate study of a ndividual in the field of psychia- tric social work. -Progress Founda- tion will contribute this year 'or this work and the South Caro- lina Menal Health Commission will supplement with approximately MRS. CHILDRESS called atten- tion to tire date Oct. 18 when a Mental Health Workshop will be held in Florence. Plans are being made by. the district director through the cooperation of the Men- tal Health commission of the state. Mrs. Childress also stressed an- olher objective promotion "The Teacher of the Year" in each county in South Carolina cli- maxed by the presentation of the Bernard M. Baruch award to the over all winner at convention. The SCFWC endowment fund was ex- plained and the need for coopera- tion toward this objective was slressed. Keporling on club projects were the following representatives Mrs. Mitchell Palle's and Mrs. firooks Smith of Florence, Mrs. W. H. Boyd of Lake City, Mrs. W. H. Herrington of Pamplico, Mrs, S. W. Poston of Johnsonville .Mrs. M. C. Cothran of Tim- monwille. A SYMPOSIUM on club depart- ment and divisions with Mrs. C. B. Busbee, second vice president, serving as moderator was held, 'those taking were the fol- lowing chairman, Mrs. R. B. Lan- ders of Greenville, state chairman of international affairs; Mrs. W. H. Holland of Greenville, state chairman of international under- standing; Mrs. J. B. Weston of Florence, state chairman of citi- zenship; Mrs. J. M. Truluck of Florence, communication depart- ment; Mrs. L. H. DuBose of Flor- ence, fine arts; Mrs. A. H. Bostick of Florence, district chairman of student loan and international scholarship; Mrs. R. L. Ponton fo Florence, district chairman of Mental health; and Mrs. Karl Smith of Lake City, junior direc- tor of the district. Mrs. W. C. Flannagan of Colum- bia, first vice president of the state, introduced Mrs. Childress at the symposium along with Mrs. Harry Lee Jones of Florence, im- mediate past president of SCFWC Mrs. C. B. Busbee of Cayce, sec- ond vice president of SCFWC; Mrs. Keith Unger of Walterboro, record- ing 'secretary; Mrs. S. W. Poston of Johnsonville and Mrs. W H. Poston of Pamplico, past district diectors; Mrs. C. J. Casque of Florence, member of the state headquarters committee; and Mrs. George Briggs, a former mem- ber of the board of SCFWC. LUNCH was served in the churc dining room by hostess club Book and Garden, club, Commun ity Club, Hannah Book Club, Jun ior Book and Garden Club, Ou look Club and Park Area Boo and Garden Club. Grace was sai by Mrs. Harry Lee Jones. The following slate of officer were elected. For disrict officer Mrs. S. W. Poston, secretary Miss Christine Munn, treasurer Mrs. J. M. Truluck, a member a large of the state nominating com mittee; and Mrs. John R. Wolff a district director nominee to I presented at the annual convci lion. Mrs. H. J. Caston of Flo ence, president of the Mid Ce tury Literary Club, was presen ed as corresponding secretary, a appointment by the director. The following committee chai man was presented Mrs. Ki rell Hyman, credentials; Mr Brooks Smith, courtesy; Mi Mary K. Miller and Mrs. Jo Hannah, pages; Mrs. Ervin Po ton, time keeper; Mrs. Gary Finklea; arrangements; Mrs. D. Muna Jr., luncheon; Mrs. Bel Jo-dan, invitation; Mrs. A. Bostick, hospitality; Sansbury-Cross Ceremony Held DARLINGTON (Special) Ii a late afternoon ceremony at the First Baptist Church, Miss Lanie Catherine Salisbury, daughter o Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jefferson Sansbury of Timmonsville became the bride of Fred Howard Cross of Marion, son of .the late.Mr and Mrs. Howard Cross, Sept. 14 The Rev. Theron J. Anderson o: Latta, uncle of the bride, and the Rev. William S. Jones officiated Mrs. L. W. Coker, organist, pre- sented a program of wedding mu- sic. Vocalists were Mrs. Jerrel Sansbury and Erskine Griggs ol Darlington. Ushers were Frank Roberts of Marion, S. E. Smith of Lake City, Dr. J. W. Schofield of Florence, Frank West of Marion, Truett Long of Charlotte, Harbord John- son of Marion, and Jerrell Sans- bury of Darlington, brother of the bride. William G. Moore of Marion was his brother-in-law's best maV Master. Mitchel Sansbury, the bride's nephew, was ring bearer ard little Sheila Lentherman of Florence was flower girl. Miss Margaret Sansbury of Tim- ini.nsville and Winlhrop College, sitter of the bride, maid of hiiniir. Shu wore an Ann Fogarty original in Dior blue taffeta. The iblliny was fitted and ihu flar- ed waltz length skirt was accenl- Mith a large buw in back. She carried n crescent shaped bou- quet of burgundy asters and ,en- twined with dior blue feathers and wurc wrist gloves with one pearl button and Cinderella skippers.Her while headband was of Dior blue feathers to match the dress. Bridesmaids were Miss Eleanor Foxworth of Kingstree and Rock Hill; Mrs. Rudy Branham of Dar- lington, sister of the bride; Mrs. Lonnie Sansbury of Darlington and Mrs. Ferrel Sansbury of Charlotte. They wore dresses identical to'thnt of the mlad of honor. Their pearl nid rhinrslonc earrings were ori- designs of the bride. The hrido, given In marriage by lirr fnthrr, worr original of Im- wrled Chnnlllly law by Emll Kati and nylon tulle over candlelight duchess bridal satin. The basque waist of lace over satin was en- crusted with hand made seed pearl leading and long lace sleeves tapering to petal points over the hands. The -bouffant skirt of lace over satin billowed from a point- ed waistline into a Cathedral train: Her shoulder length veil of French illusion fell in tiers from a coronet of lace and tiny seed pearls. Her Prayerbook was cov- ered in white satin and showered with tiny sweetheart roses and lace. Her cultured pearl necklace was a gift of the groom. RECEPTION Following the ceremony, a re- ception was held at the home of Mrs; Annie May Griggs, aunt of the bride. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Walters of Florence, received the guests and Mrs. Griggs introduced them to the receiving line com- posed of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.' G. Moore, sister and brother-in-law of the groom, the bride and groom and their at- tendants. The bride's table, placed in a small alcove in the (lining room, covered with while satin with an overclolh of ruflled net. On either suit: of the lour tiered wed- ding cake which was lopped with a miniulure bride and gruum, were dusters of silver bells tied with while satin ribbon and lily of- (he-valley Arrangements of white mums, calla lillies and tuberoses, and while lighted candles in sil- ver candelabra were used else- where in Ihc room, The banquet table was covered with a hand embroidered white linen cutwork and lace cloth cen- tered with a silver centerpiece holding while chrysanthemums flanked by silver candelabra holding while bridal candles. Pre- siding at the punch bowls were Mrs. George Macon of Marion and Mrs. McDowell Sprolt of Bennetls- viiie. Others recievlng throughout the home were Mr. and Mrs. Leon Pennington of Hartsville and Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Bacot of Conway. Mrs. John William Schofield of Florence and Miss Kate Howard Cross, sister of the groom kept the bride's register. Piano music was played by Mrs. Earl Elvington of Florence throughout the evening. Others assisting were Mrs. Bak- er Banks of Darlington, Miss Lu- cia Bacote of Conway, the Misses Marilyn and Carolyn Sansbury, Miss Ann Sansbury of Timmons- ville, Miss Ginny Lib Griggs of Harlsville, Mrs. H. D. Byrd of Darlington. Serving mints and nuts were the Misses Lacy Dennis Sandra Brown. Elien Flowers, Cy- nthia Wall, all of Darlington, and Karen'Wilkes of Florence. Goodbyes were said to Mr. and Mrs.'Edell Sansbury of Timmons- ville and Mr. and Mrs. Russell C. King of Darlington. Receiving In (he gift room al Ihe bride's home were Mr. anil Mrs. Ii. C. Dennis Jr Mr and Mrs Thomas Stokes, Mr. and Mrs. Jerrel Sansbury and Mr. and Mrs. William Kirvcn of Darlington. The couple left for a wedding rip to the mountains of Nor Carolina and Tennessee.' Mrs. Cross was graduated fro Winthrop College with a BS gree in home economics and sin hat time has served as coun school lunch supervisor in Da "inglon. She has been president he school lunch division of t South Carolina Education Associ lion and a member of the Wi brop College Alumnae Associ Lion Executive Board. OPEN FOR BUSINESS AS USUAL WHILE REMODELING The China Shop CALENDAR p.m. AIiUMin CUM, Flril Baptiit Cliirct, with Mn W. H. Ayen, J37 S. Cliorch St. Croup 3, tutUlttf. p.m. Lorem Kelly Circle, Cenlnl Mtthwllil Clmrch, with MM. Tom S. 50! Oreenwajr Dr. Mri." S. M. Thompion, co-hofleM. ESDAY ..m. EPPI Circle. Centra! Melhodlit Church, wltb Mrj. J. L. jlone, 325 Me. a.m. Bosa. Sanderi Circle, Centra Church, with MM. Robert Van Undlnfn.m, 1418 Ave. Eulalla Cook Circle. Cenlr.1 Melhodlll Church, with Mrs. C. E. Pltillipf, 206 Winston St. a.m. Mary Bell Wlnn Circle. Cen- tral Metbodlit Church, with Mrs. D. Hardaway. 704 Lira-ton Dr. a.m. Frances Major Circle. Cen- tral Methodist Church, with Mri. Hojt Watson, 175 McQueen St. am. Executive Board of the Women ol the Church, First Presby- terian Church, McNeUl Class Boom, p.m. Annabel! Williams Circle, Cen- tral Methodist Church, with Mrfl. J. L. Wade, 1205 King Ave. p.m. Alice Pale Circle. Cwtral Melhodlst Church, with Mrs. H.-- A. HlchbourB, 6M King Ave. Mri. Sam Herbert Circle, Centra, Methodlit Church, with Mrs. Ralph Moore, 161 S. Jarrott St. p.m. Lillian Bare Circle, Central Methodist Church, with Mrs, Harry L Jones, 119 S. McQueen St. p.m. Wild Rose Garten Club with Hit. Enoch Laroo, Cheraw Dr. p.m. Fellowship Circle, Central Meth idlst Church, Mr.. L. H. DuBoM 08 S. McQueen St.. Misi Mary Smith and Mri. Tony Younj, co-hostwses. p.m. Christian Sevlce Circle, Ce. tral Methodist Church, with Mrs. Har old Creel and Mri. Sam Ham, hostesses at the home of Mrs. G. W. BeUIHier SOT W. Palmetto St. Broad Baby Mr. and Mrs. Jacob M. Broat Lake City announce the birti i a daughter, Kathy Lynelte, Sepl at SaSiders Memorial Hospital The Broads have another child, akie, age three. WKDNEBD1T >.m. Mifnolla Girdn Club win Hri. t. H. Johnson, 912 Jackwn Ave. U a.m. Florence Garden Club witfc Melvln Purvis, Cherokee Kd. p.m. Aialea Garden Club with Mrs. George Moseley, hoitese, at tht home of Bin. G. W. Belllniir, 907 W. Palmetto SL THUBSDAY 10 m, Woman's Coli 'Asso. tourna- ment at Florence Country Club. Lunch- eon at p.m. 10 ra. Three Arts Literary Club wltk Mrs C. 1. Klser, 502 5. Cashua- Dr. Mrs' Victor Burrell Jr., w-nostess. 3-30 pm. Literary 'Globe with Mra. Gordon McLaughlin, 723 Cherokee Rd. 3-45 p m fissanfjua Garden Club with Mri. Grover McQueen, hostels, at th> home ol Mrs. G. W. Bellinger, 907 W Palmetto St. If unable to attend, call toll. Hcmcmber to bring eversreen. 4 p.m. Maxry Greet Chapler, UDC. with Mri. J. A. Dorsey and Mrs. Clif- ton G-een, hoiteases, at the home ol Mrs E. E. Huhbard, Semlnole Ave. om. EUUon Capers Chapter, UDC, with Mra. Bntb C. McCall. 308 W. 4 Coimoi Literary Club with Mrs Paul Brothers, hostess, In Marinn Boom, Chicken Basket. Call 5151 If un- able to attend. 4 pm. Henry Club with Mra. John L. Barrinjer, 1M Cherokee Bd. 4 P m Archibald Hatledie LlterarT Oub with Mrs. B. B. Gilbert, 520 4 Friendship Club with Mrs, M. J. Hammond. Highland Park, a pm. Annual Inspection. Leonon Chapter No. 30, OES, Masonic Temple. Buffet supper at p.m. I pm. Jean Jones Circle, Centra) Methodist Church, with Mrs. Ltonard Morton, Bryce Court. Sorosls Literary Club with Mrs Davle Burns, 1636 Cherokee BD. 1-30 p.m. Woodland Garden dub with, 'Mrs. B. G. BlchariHon. 1215 Madison j-lV'pm Coterie Club with Mrs. L. 'H DuBon, 5M S. McQueen St. p Dl Betsy Ross Council No, 5. DausMers of America, at American Legion Hut. pm Joy Anderson Circle, Central Methodist Church, with Mrs. H. F. Da- vidson. Darlington Hway. Mrs. Colt Mo- Donald, co-hostess.________ 14 Swizzle Stick Creating a slir: our coitume ol black canon knit. The elatllctttJ. bloiaon In tri-color ttrlpe If Iced with a jpread-tagic collar and cuffed short flceva. Slim tlreak ol a skin. Electric blue, navy, Brown, cognac, beige; Cherry, charcoal, pearl grey; Loden green, moa, lime. Sizes 7-li; 8-16. Gladstone's DRESS SHOP Florence, S. C. With the feel of Fall in the air------ every Boy and Girl feels the need of Fall Clothes for the widest selection of plaids, skirts and solids' in dresses lovely skirts with dyed to match sweaters tweed and solid coats for Girls for the Boys, jackets, spo'rtscoats, slax suits, Billy the Kid Jeans (regular and' slim) and everything else a boy needs. We invite you to see our complete Fall Selection! 122 EAST EVANS NEXT TC FLORENCE HOTEl   

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