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   Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - June 9, 1969, Florence, South Carolina                               FRANCES EUIS Women's Editor MILDRED KILGORE Assistant 6-A MONDAY, JUNE 9, 1969 McQuage Moody Rites Spoken at Clio Church Miss Marilyn Price Being Complimented Miss Marilyn Price, bride- clsct at June 28, was honored by Mrs. M. F. Young Jr., Mrs. K. E. Summerford and Mrs. irby Lee Poston at a kitchen shower held at the home of Mrs. E. E. Hubbard. A white wedding bell cor- sage was presented to the bride-elect upon her arrival. Arrangements of pink and white carnations were used in ihe living room and on the dining room table. Mrs. Young conducted several entertaining games and after refreshments had been served, the 20 guests presented the guest of honor with an assortment of kitchen gifts. The hostesses' gifts to her were a portable mixer, a dry and steam iron and an electric toaster. The mothers of the bride and groom, Mrs. K. Price and Mrs. .1. T. Scurry, and the bride's grandmothers, Mrs. T. K. Price and Mrs. W. L. Poston, were special guests. Out-of-town guests in- cluded Mrs. Dean Price and Mrs. C. M. Parker Jr., both of Mrs. Leo Price and Mrs. Kichard Bailey of Darlington. Mrs. Kay Coker and Mrs. Luther McGee entertained Miss Price at a linen shower held at the home of Mrs. Coker. A corsage of wedding bells and lily of the valley was presented to the bride- elect upon her arrival. Miss Ituby Cumbie con- ducted several bridal games, after which guests served themselves to an assortment of refreshments. The table was centered with a punch bowl. The hostesses' gift to the bride was a set of linen. She received a variety of useful linen gifts from the 20 guests present. Special guests included the mothers of the bride and groom and the bride's grandmothers. corsage of kitchen utensils was presented to the bride upon her arrival. Wedding bells centered the dining table. Miss Sherry Clark conducted a variety of bridal games, after which refreshments were served. Miss Pat Clark and Miss Sherry Clark were hostesses for a miscellaneous shower in honor of Miss Price. A Miss Price w a s com- plimented by Mrs. Ed Prater and Mrs. C. M. McElveen at a lingerie shower at the home (if the former. The honorcc was presented a corsage of white carnations. Both mothers of the bride and groom were presented a corsage of red surprise lilies. The bride's grandmother was presented a corsage of pine lilies. Summer f 1 o w e r arrangements were featured in the living room. Guests played several games of bingo. Itcfrcslmipnls were served to the 15 guests by Miss Becky Prater and Miss Marsha Prater, daughters of Mrs. Ed Prater. The honorcc was presented an array of gifts. T li e hostesses presented her with a silver bon bun dish. CLIO Miss Mildred Ann McQuage, daughter of -Mr. and Mrs. James Lewis McQuage of Clio, and John llugl1 Moody, son of Mrs. Alton Bob Moody and the late Mr. Moody of Bennettsville were married on June 8 at 5 p.m. in the Trinity Methodist Church. The liev. William Robert Morris officiated the double ring ceremony. A program of wedding music was presented by Lawrence Norton organist, and Marion Wright, soloist. The bride, given by her father in marriage, chose a floor length dress of silk organza over taffeta, fashion- ed with a scoop neckline, em- pire waistline, and A-line skirt. The dress featured appliques of peau d' ange lace, embossed with seed pearls and crystals. She wore a matching mantilla of tulle edged with scalloped peau d'angle lace. Her bouquet was made with fleur d'amour, centered with a white orchid. Mrs. Hugh Brock Dillard, Kt. Stewart, Ga., sister of the bride, was matron of honor. Miss Susan K a y e Powers of Clio was maid of honor. Attendants were: Mrs. John Bryant Langley, Mrs. James Lewis McQuage 111, Florence; Miss Donna Kaye Hubbard, Miss K a t h e r i n e M c K c 11 a r B e a u d r o t, Greenwood; and Miss Bertha Maye Moody, sister of the groom, of Bennettsville. Alton Eugene Moody, brother of the groom, was best man. Ushers were James Lewis McQuage III o f Florence, brother of the bride; William Alexander Hinson, and Charles Evans Townsend, both of Bennettsville, and Ben Milelr Killian of Batesburg. A reception followed at the church hall. After a wedding trip to Gatlinburg, Tenn. the couple will live in Bennettsville. The bride just completed her junior year at the University of S. C. The groom is a graduate of Erskine, 1967. He is presently employed with Hinson Oil Co. in Ben- nettsville. A Bit Personal By MII.DKKI) H. KILGORK Morning News >V omen's Writer Mr. ant! Mrs. Don Jacob have returned from a trip to Raleigh, N. C., where they attended the graduation ceremonies of their son, Mike. He received a B. S. degree in Physics, with honors, from N. C. State. They were ac- companied by Mrs. J. C. Irick, his grandmother. Mike plans to work at Philmont Explorers Scout Ranch in New Mexico this summer. was away for about three weeks. While there she went on a retreat in the mountains, to Disneyland, and many other places of interest. a family dinner at (heir home. Their son and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Seth S. Ileimlich of Clemson, and her mother, Mrs. S. S. Shafer joined them Mrs. Chris Logan has returned from Sumter where she served as a judge in the "Miss Iris and Neptune's Daughter Festival." She will also be a .judge in "The Peanut Festival" in Dothan, Ala. and the "Miss Aiken a little later. Parker-Willimon Vows Said in Marion Church MA1UON Miss Patricia Ann Parker, daughter of the Itcv. and Mrs. Carl L. Parker Marion, became the bride of Willtam Henry Willimon, saii of Mrs. Ruby Steer Willimon of Greenville at 6 p.m. on June 7 at the First United Methodist C h u r c h Marion. The double ring ceremony was officiated by the Itcv. 'Parker, father of the bride, and the Hev. Bessie Parker, step-grandmother of the bride. "A musical program was by .1. Michael 'Harris, organist, and Miss Patricia Ann Mooney, soloist. Fred Parker gave his sister 'in "marriage. She chose an 1'ivory dress designed with Eln'pirc bodice and A-line skirt, with beaded peau d'angc trimming the hemline, bodice and chapel length watteau train. She wore a chapel length mantilla of band-clipped Chantilly lace She carried a cascade bouquet ot while roses and baby ivy. Mrs. Fred Parker of Green- ville was matron of honor. Attendants were: Miss Dorothy Dawn Aikcn o f Anderson; Mrs. Michael Harris of Memphis, Tcnn.; Airs. David Miller Putnam, Chapel Hill, N.C.; Miss Susan Scliumpcrt, Durham, N.C.; Mrs. Earl Trulove, Pensacola, Fla.; and Mrs. David Alillcr, Itock Hill. Frank Logan of Sparlanhurg was bcsl man. Ushers were: Ronald Bruce ot Columbia; John ilendrix, Chapel Hill; Grady Locklear, Sumter; Frank Morris, Augusta, (in.; Donald Parker, Marion; William Rivers, Chapel Hill, Kenneth Smith, Columbia; and Robert William Jr. of Mauldin. An outdoor reception was held at Ihe home of the bride. Afler a wedding trip to Atlanta, (la. Ihe couple will be at Myrtle Beach during June-August, and will be at New Haven, Conn, in Sep- tember. Bridal Bingo Party Fetes TIMMONSVILLE Mrs. Vernon Floyd and Mrs. Henry l.ockhart Jr. entertained at a bridal bingo party at the Floyds' home complimenting Miss Linda Hudson, bride- elect of June li. The honoree was presented a corsage of white carnations upon her arrival. The hostesses greeted guests and .invited them into the liv- ing room for bingo. Five pro- gressions were played with awards going to Miss Linda Sellers, Miss Janice Kirby, Mrs. Savcrancc, Mrs. Lcnicr Morris and Mrs. Hancock. The hostesses had made burlap flowers and as each won a game she was given a flower lo place in a base. When the last floww was plac- ed, the arrangement was given to the bride-elect. A n o t h e r a w a r d a handkerchief holder, w a s received by Mrs. Raymond Hancock. Mrs. Vera Marchette will be spending the week of June 8-15 in Charlotte, N. C., serv- ing on the panel of judges lo select the "Miss North Carolina for 1970." She will be the guest of the Junior Chamber of Commerce. Mrs. Sue Parnell Hawkins, secretary, announces the an- nual Parnell family reunion will be held on Sunday, June 22, at the Newman Swamp Methodist Church, Lamar at noon. A picnic lunch will be served at 1 p.m. Daniel M. Mescrve, son of Mrs. Norman Meserve, has passed the Florida state bar examination. He is a graduate of McClenaghan High, the University of Florida, and its Law School. He is on the Governor's staff in Tallahassee, Fla. Jay Joseph Stein, son of Mr. and Mrs. Siador Stein, graduated Thursday from the Medical College of S. C. in Charleston, with a degree of Doctor of Medicine. After the graduation exercises, Mr. and Mrs. Stein were hosts at a luncheon at a Charleston hotel with 16 guests attending. Mrs. Ronald Tausend, the former Miss Brenda Stein, is visiting her parents, and attended the exercises with her parents. Her two children, Nicole and Jeffrey, are here also. Dr. Stein leaves soon lo serve an internship at the Los Angeles County Hospital, Los Angeles, Calif. Mrs. Robert Ham Sr. of Timmonsville left by plane on Monday for a short visit to Las Vegas, Nev. She will be met there by her daughter and her husband, Air. and Mrs. James O'Quinn, and their sons, Mike, Cliff, and Robert of St. George, Utah, where she will spend a month before returning home about July 6. DELIA flrVSgt. and Mrs. John A. Rain- e'y announce the engagement of her daughter, Delia Brunson, to Smiley Weldon, son of Mrs. Hantici Weldon and the late Mr. Weldon, all of Florence. wedding will take place on June 29 at Trinity Baptist Church. Calendar Mrs. E. E. Colvin has returned from a visit with her sons and their families, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. (Ted) Colvin Jr. and Mr. and Airs. David Colvin, in San Diego and Chula Vista, Calif. She made the trip by plane and The Richard K. Aliens of Columbus, Ga., were Memorial Day guests at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allard Steele of Olanla. The group a It ended ceremonies at the Olanla High School where James Allison Steele III was graduated. He was senior class president. Dr. and Mrs. Chester S. Heimlich o f Timmonsville celebrated their 34lh wedding anniversary on June 1 wilh ABBY Cades Church Is Scene Of Sunday Wedding Miss Nancy Ann Pierce, and Roger Wendell McKlvccn were married on June 1 at Cades Pentecostal Holiness Church. The bride Is a daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. James li. Pierce and the groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. L. Wendell McElveen, all of Cades. The ceremony was officiated by the Rev. Clyde liagnal. The bride was given in miir- viuge by her talhcr. Miss San- dra Hagnal of New was maid of honor. Attendants were: Miss Ann Driggcrs of Florence, and Miss Julie McElveen, sister of the groom. Sherry Abreo of Siimtor was flower girl. The father of the groom was bcsl man. Groomsmen were: Dickie Driggcrs, and .It.icky Wilson, both of Cades. Lauris Smith of Columbia was ringbearcr. The bride graduated from Hebron High School and is employed by Talon, Inc. The groom graduated from Hebron also, and is now al- lemling Florence Darlington TEC. During the summer he will work with Ragsdale, Inc. the Man Always Treat Miss Pollack Honored At Bridal Party Miss Cynthia Pollack was honored at a lingerie shower when Mrs. James E. Ragsdale and her two young daughters, Mary Foy and Eliza, were hostesses at their home. The party rooms were decorated with s u m m e r flowers in a color scheme of pink and white. Upon arrival Miss Pollack was given a corsage made of a lace handkerchief tied with pink rosebuds and satin ribbons. Suspended over the dining table was an umbrella under which the many gifts were displayed. The unique cen- terpiece was flanked with an arrangement of flowers. The twenty guests were served a salad course with party sandwiches, cookies and punch. Mrs. D. M. Evans Jr. assisted in serving. The hostesses presented .the honoree with a gift of lingerie. Among the guests was Mrs. W. A. Pollack, mother of the bride. MONDAY p.m. Helping Hand Circle meeting will be can- celled during June, July and August. Pilot Club of Sauce for Fish Broil fisli steaks and heal barbecue sauce; pour the sauce over the fish and serve with rice or mashed potatoes. Tomato Topping Mix grated cheese and buttered bread c r u m b s; sprinkle over tomato halves; broil. Delicious served with broiled chops. Florence at Elk's Club. p.m. Woman's Club of Darlington pot luck sup- per at C S Drive In Bank. Husband's night. p.m. Foirence Dupli- cate Bridge at the Florence Country Club. TUESDAY 8 p.m. Betsy Ross Council No. 5, Daughters of Ameri- ca, will meet at American Le- gion Hall. Each, member is asked to bring a covered dish for supper. Beans and Cheese Add drained canned kidney beans (the red variety) to a nippy cheese sauce and serve over crisp toast for Sun- day-night supper. Norituke CHINA The Chinin Shop Downtown, Florence JORDAN'S FOOD 610 E. PINE ST. MON. TUES. SPECIALS HOURS MON. TUES. 8 A. M. TIL 8 P. M. FRESH SHRIMP. Pork Loins LB. HOLLY FARMS GRADE A HENS WHOLE OR HALF LB. LB. ORDAN'S MINUTE STEAKS 6 lor SEARCHLIGHT PINK SALMON TAIL CAN 89c 59c 39c 59c 69c tttSH tuns IB. FRESH YEUOW 10 EARS 15c Corn 59c By ABIGAIL VAN BUIIKN OKAIi ABBY: I have been giving this matter a lot of thought and have concluded that Ihe custom of the man paying for everything when he takes a lady out is now outmoded. Firsl of all, today most women have as much, or more money than the man who in- vites them out. Also, isn't, the woman getting as much en- lerlaiiimcnl as he is? 1 can see a man supporting a woman in marriage, as she docs many things for him such as keeping house and caring for his children, clc. But in dating, just what is she giving HIM thiit he isn't giving HUH? DMAlt What you say makes sense, hut since It Is the man's privilege lo do the asking, and the woman must wait to be asked. I think In- illally In- should foot the bill. After' several dates, If the woman has "as much or more inimey" than Hie man, she will 'invite him to her place (or hnmc-niokcd meals and buy him a few gifts. U all evens out. little boy NF.VElt to accept candy or other goodies from strangers, but every time we go to a restaurant or store, Ihe clerks or hostesses arc constantly shoving candy into his hot little hand. 1 realize they think they are being nice to him, but how arc we poor parents ever to teach our children not to accept things from strangers when this happens all the time? 1 hope you will put this in your column. It might help. TUSCALOOSA MAMMA UKAR MAMMA: Tell your child thai lie may NOT accept anything from a stranger WITHOUT YOUR 1'KR- MISSION. And when a but thoughtless stranger, hostess, or clerk gives tlic child a In- sist (hat (he child return it saying, "I have lo ask Mother first." Then, of course, give your permission (if you want the child to have whatever Is ottered) hut go thru (his iTiTinom until the child is (mined. I'm no slob myself, so I don't think I'm jealous. Why docs he do this, and how should I handle this irritaling problem? BOTHERED BOTHERED: No matter what he says, If it continues to bother you when lie makes persona! remarks about other women, he's trying to get your goal. Try to find nut why he feels the need lo needle you. DKAR AHHY: 1 am the mother ot a il-yeiir-old child, and 1 have one big complaint to make. We arc trying lo teach our HAIRDRESSERS Nettled al once (or buiy down- town beauty (ull or time. 1. GUARANTEED SAURY 2. PIUS COMMISW1NS 3. SPECIAL DISCOUNTS 4. INSURANCE H'JEMTS 5. PAID VACATIONS 6. GOOD WORKING CONDI'iONS 7. REGUIAR WORKING HOURS 8. MANY OTHER BENEFITS All applications will bf held con> fidtnliol. Coll Mn. Hill. 662-2411. DKAIi AI51.Y: I am 22 years old. have been married for only fi months and I already have a problem. My husband is always looking a I strange women and making personal comments about them. "She's well slacked, she has nice legs, she's too fat, she's too skinny, her hair is etc. Now. Abby, he wouldn't notice Ihcse things if he wercn'l constantly looking, would he? I have lold him I didn't like il and I wish he'd slop, bill he says I'm jealous and should get over il. I've even tried making the same kind of remarks about strange men I sec, bul it doesn't seem lo bother him. DEAR ABBY: Is it true thai, il is not. proper cliquetle to use a typewriter for personal correspondence'.' I recently bought a typewriter and have been using il tor thai purpose and now I am told thai it is that all personal letters should be hand-written. is your opinion? WONDERING DKAlt WONDERING: I would be more concerned with the legibility of a letter than anything rise. And I think anyone who would be critical of a typewritten personal letter is a stuffed shirt. Modern Etiquette Q. I've been lold it's rude to give people's names a s reference when applying for employment without having first asked permission of these people. Is this correct? A. Ordinarily, you ask permission first. Bui, if time doesn't permit this, give Ihe names and then as soon as iwssible inform these persons that you used their names and that you hope it's all right wilh them. CJ. When a man finds it necessary lo i n I r o d u c e himself, does he prefix "Mr." lo his name? A. No. He says either, "I am Albert or, "Aly name is Gordon" unless, of course, he has the title of which he properly includes wilh his name. Q. 1 received a birthday card from a friend, and there was a pretty handkerchief enclosed with it. I neglected to write a nole of thanks to this friend and my husband claims 1 am guilty of rudeness. Is he right? A. Yes. A note of thanks is always a mark of good breeding, no matter how samll the gift ALLEN'S 1210 W. Evans St. Quantity Rights.- Reserved LADIES FIRST QUALITY NYLON HOSE Pr. 39C Register For Free 1969 Mustang To Be Given Away Fri., June 13 SWIFTS PREMIUM FULLY COOKED OR AZALEA HALF OR Quick Spaghetti For a quick spaghetti sauce, brown half a pound of ground beef and mix with a can (about 1 pound) of tomato- base spaghetti sauce and a little oregano: heal. Everybody has a problem. What's yours? For a personal reply write to Abby, Box 6S7M, Los Angeles, Cal. 9WM, and enclose a stamped, sclt- addressed envelope. Pleasant Change Next lime you make potato salad, try adding both French dressing and mayonnaise to the potatoes. Pleasant var- iation! Store up to Year You can store baked rolls in your freezer up lo 12 i months. REDECORATING OFFICE DRAPERIES AND CARPET OUR SPECIALTY 6696555 FIELDS Ntw Shipment Fvrnitwrt, Pktwru, Actiitoriti liftitinf fixtvrtt, temp O'Ncil's Antiques 35S W. PAlMtltO HAMS WHOLE LB. 49c RICELAND LONG-GRAIN RICE 3 2-LB. 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