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Aiken Standard and Review (Newspaper) - August 10, 1955, Aiken, South Carolina Paci five Aiken Standard and review wednesday Argust to 1955 Rel tit a i own topics. By sue Howard the kindergarten committee of the first Baptist Church has decided since space is available ,. One class of four year Olds will today s town topics brings tile second portion of Palmetto be added to their pre school profile mrs. Bradley Patrick Morral by Carolin s. Coleman i group. Kindergarten announces new class added a rely elected president of the National Council of Strite Garden clubs. Yesterday s column related mrs. Mon ally a private life and today a follows listing her varied activities in her Hometown of Greenville throughout the state and nation. One of mrs. Moi Rah a hobbies is sketching people while they talk or read reports from the platform. One Issue of the National Gardener bulletin of the National Council of stale Garden clubs devotes a Page to sketches made by mrs. Moriah at a convention in Richmond. Virginia. Within the Short time each officer or chairman was allotted for her report the artist did a lifelike sketch of each in various attitudes Complete with hats and ribbons spectacles and facial expressions serious or Gay. With such a Hobby one would never grow bored in any gathering another of her hobbies is the land and still another a Trees or. And mrs. Morrah own a Large Plantation near Mccormick where they grow Trees and Birds. As she tells of their visits to a the farm a tree farm that is mrs. Mor we it has the loveliest clothing a looks smartest of them All Why a the woman who sends her clothes to us of course Here she a sure of meticulous attention to every detail a and our very Gentil methods lop Lier wardrobe in trim w Hole member leaders a re to Kotti 9 2191 n a k e 839 Newberry strut Aiken . Rail s face lights up with pleasure. Ana her listeners Long to see those aves Ana Birus Ana to Wain Over the lanus just to revel in the Buooa while travelling Over tile United states mrs. Morrah is keenly interested in the Fields and forests the Rivers and and the wonderful natural resources of our country when passing through regions where there of no Trees she finds More reason for giving thanks for blessed Trees shading Man and beast. Mrs. Morrah s love for the land has been recognized in the number of offices she has held. She became the first president of the South Carolina state Council of farm women and she loved those meetings with the farm women Over the state discussing with them their Aims and problems. She was vice president and then president of the National organizations a friends of the she has attended innumerable meetings of farm women at Winthrop College and elsewhere. Serving As vice president of the first women a legislative Council in South Carolina was another Quot first for this Busy person. For Twenty seven years she served on Tho Board of the John de la Howe state school for underprivileged children and for 25 years she was a member of the Board of directors of Greenville i county red Cross. She was first president of Greenville a first it a and for Twenty years she Taug it a sunday school class in Gre i envy Llew a first Baptist Church despite her numerous activities she still finds time for her Church and Community. For several years j mrs. Morrah served As instructor i in various citizens education centers. Quot this was work i had a never done before but i loved a every moment of it and my classes seemed to love it too a said mrs. Morrah. It would require pages for the i me program provided for this group will de of a different nature so As to avoid repetition next year. The work will consist of supervised play. Music and simplified units of work these if relied in enrolling children Are asked to please Contact the kindergarten director mrs Rector at 9-20u7 or mrs. Henry Summerall at 9-2420. List of society made available to Public this year the list of society the Only social directory listing the most prominent families of the country i in a Nat Onai basis has announced that Tor the first time in its Lut Sory the volume will be made i Avail Oie to the Public. The j95t> edition to be issued this october will list the follow i ing information names addresses Telephone numbers clubs and colleges of 17.000 families the names of their children and the Maiden names of wives. Home summer Winter and foreign addresses also will be included. Orders for copies of the National social directory Are being accepted by the list of society suite 1646, la West Street new York City. Party of five women enjoy 1 trip through West and Canada by mks. Holly Coss i a a inc prances voice scholarship will be an award of Mou ech year for the students tour years de Emu up. Mrs. William Beecher Tlam in get of Bronxville n. Y., the tonner Frances Sticklin of Chester is maxing the scholarship available to worthy students of been of untold interest and educational value to thousands of lovers of Beauty. For eighteen years mrs. Morrah was president of Overbrook Garden club and has served As vice president of the Greenville Garden club. She served As president of the South Carolina Garden club from 1940-48, and As chairman of awards for the ensuing two years. In 1949-50 she served As chairman of the horticultural program at the Tucson Arizona convention of the National Council of state Garden clubs. She was chairman of the credentials and rules committee for the National convention in Oregon then As third vice president and a parti it five women pooled j jew scholarship then Money Ana Nan a wound Ai a Tom Iii a Cai. We Luo Vieo a noun to a a a Guild w pm now established Vii Gula Oulu. And up to Cleve term s Mon of Uruu a Tuke Cane on Hie u. At int 1110 j 0. O. Sine to a Quoit a Vougn the Tunnel to win door banana Rock Hill aug. 9�?Winthrop Ai Uund Lane Erie on me Canadian College officials announced today Uduc to Ami Isoif to. J the it a new scow Lide we spent two ingots. Tak i a Iohp Jit the Bouto Carolina coling me Quetu eau Aneudi rid Nway i Ege id women. To i of onto. We look a rout along urn snore of Lane Ontario to a Annton and Nom there again look me Yueen Mhz abet nig Nway to Niagara Falls. Here one could spend hours1 gazing at me Nagui Iceni Ana beaut Iii tails Ana capias of the Ai Gaiu Elver Accidio Ticu of Many to Iii the Inosia Beau it it River in the worm. Toe water Movis so Cool and fresh a Beautiful big be Green and White. We stayed Over night for the illumination. But i was disappointed. To Ray notion the tails Are Delini Cly at their Best in natural colors. Artificial ii gets did not increase their Beauty Only changed their color. We took a boat trip on the River around and near the Falls and were Given raincoats to keep from getting wet under the Falls. It was an very thrilling we crossed Back into the u. S. At Buffalo Tom ing Lake Erie again in new York state through Pennsylvania Maryland and into the Shenandoah caverns. We went through this Cavern. I believe this is the prettiest place it or. 7., miss Laroche a engagement told or. And mrs. Harold Laroche of Hiken announce me engagement of their daughter Anna Ivarie of Augusta ua., to botnet Wall m. D., of Augusta son of mrs. W. B. Wall Ana the late or. Wail of Sylvester a. The wedding will he an event of Early fall at me lutheran Church in Augusta. The Bride elect is the maternal granddaughter of the late or. And mrs. Fred Lackman of Augusta and the paternal granddaughter of the late or. And mrs. James s. Caroene of Minneapolis Minn. She attended Tubman High school the University of Georgia and is a graduate of the barret1 it god and at once you feel his a a mrs. Padrick Bradlee Morrah of Greenville Chester county. Mrs. Hambright brought Honor to her native South Carolina and to the entire is an Alumna of Winthrop. Southland when she betaine the first Southern woman to be residence Lnor a a a National Council of state Garden cum. Character and general worthiness today town topics brings mis. Morral s varied activities capability for College academic state and nationwide. Work and potentiality As a voice major at Winthrop students who can qualify May co tact a. Graham of Winthrop College chairman of the scholarship committee. Mrs. Hambright decided to offer the scholarship As a result of the visit of the Winthrop College choir under the direction of miss Katherine Pfohl. To new York in the Spring. Women a Guild this Side of heaven. Many couples Are married Here. And. No wonder. To map Ennio it one stands and gazes at the Beau to not made by Man but by the the women Guild of enumeration of the Many Quot boards i. And other of. Which mrs Mer Quot a a a a Quot i of Rah has graced. In thinking of la it n�,ioni�?~1 organization. One with such multiple interests j the thousands of members of we Are reminded far Flung Garden clubs through a Ami still they gazed and still out America Are confident that the wonder grew. School of nursing. Or. Wall is the maternal grandson of the late or. And mrs. James i Harris and the paternal grandson of the late or. And mrs. J. Wall All of Sylvester a. He at tended Sylvester High school and is a graduate of the University of Georgia with a b. S. Degree and the medical College of Georgia where lie received his m. Lie interned at Grady Hospital in Atlanta and took his residence training at Barnes Hospital in St Louis. To. He studied for one year on a Fellowship at memorial Hospital for cancer in new York City. He was president of the student body and of the Theta Kappa Psi medical fraternity at a the medical College and is now in private practice of urology in Augusta. A. Presence. We came Down the Shenandoah Valley with the mountains towering on either Side. Stopping by the natural Bridge another wonder of his hands automatically brings one to a stand still to gaze in Awe at the Beauty. We came on through Roanoke va., through Hendersonville mid Asheville. N. C. And Home making a Safe Landing with not minutes trouble. The will this Bethlehem lutheran Church hold a social get together evening. Augustio at 8 of clock at the Outing club guests of mrs we. H. Winans. All members arc urged to attend. Stop look aka listen done to take extra chances Riding on smooth tires have them full capped by Rogers tire n b Ottery service if you Are Short of Cash use our ease pay plan. You can pay As Little As $1.00 per week on each tire that von have recapped. Bring your tires Iii today and have them recapped by die Man with Over 29 Sears experience. Rogers tire and Battery service 911 your i. S. Rovai tire distributor Laurens Street dive 9 6511 Good grooming Lent v hive t Good a incur every student who lives it enl the of Ani ted Eft loge Shoum i senti als it of Glt. A Yov 3rqnraing,% a a stifling a no i cure Stu b set Reg kit and a shoe shave kit for via or net Basic needs. Sams supermarket that one Small head could carry All she mrs. Morrah has been in much demand As a Public speaker for Garden clubs and other groups in Many sections of the country. She w As South Carolinas representative at the conference on he Mon needs which met with mrs a mrs Morrah s Rich experience. �?�1 the new president we ill bring great Honor to the National office to which she has been called. The Beautiful official Seal of the South Carolina Garden club w As designed by mrs. Morrah. A full life and a talented one not lived for self alone has been Franklin d. Roosevelt in the White House. She represented the woman club for the Freedom train also. Mrs. Morrah is a member of the d. A. R. And a number of other groups in Greenville in 1928-29 she was chairman of the a better Homes in America Quot Campaign under her leadership Greenville won first National prize with 6.suo cities competing the following year Greenville won second National prize with mrs. Morrah As chairman. She was the originator in the South of the modern Quot Garden the Tours which were begun As a Quot caravan Quot to the better Homes of America Campaign in 1928. Have would not go Back and change even if i could. Sunshine and Shadow All have worked together for Good and i have loved my mrs. Morrah said. Her entire philosophy is summed up Quot to live each Day unto itself not to let the contemplation of tomorrow Mark the Beauty of today not to let the Shadow of yesterday Darken the glory of theatre history covers All Agres a the living an illustrated history of the theater from primitive drama to Hie contemporary stage written by Kenneth Macgowan and William Seinitz has just been published by Pron tick Luil. The Book contains a Broad picture of leading playwrights theatrical movements and major productions from All Ages. Fifty illustrations by Gerda Becker with together with set drawings by Norman Bel Geddes and Boris Aronson Are included to Point out the Many reforms the theater has undertaken. Twenty 11 Over the teacups -. We travelled 2.500 Miles for the unbelievable sum of s45 each. This of course did not include Lii i vate spending for gifts and Sou i venire but did take care of Gas j Oil lodging at mob is and food those making the trip included miss Annie Laurie Brown and miss Donie Mcclendon the Spon j sore of the trip with mis Mcclendon doing All of the diving. Also.1 mrs. Margaret Dyches mrs. Heath and myself miss Brown had charge of the a a Kitty which was handled very skilfully. With our Good roads and Good ears it is possible for most everyone to see a part of the Beautiful world of nature found in the u s. Three time charts indicate the of feet of various Well known person j Ages and the eras in which they 1 lived Macgowan. A drama critic i editor director and producer is a Sam see. You done to need a professor of theater arts at the 4ecrr�?z mathematic to know University of California. Seinitz. j Manes to know a former director and producer in that Quality Phis service equals Europe who has worked with Max what von net at Sams super Reinhardt is head of the theater Market. We deliver too. Division at Urcla. A Telephone 9-6457. I in going fishing i l \ a going on a picnic keep Cool let us roast Over the stove. Take out Hearty sandwiches Crisp Fried Chicken open at 6 00 a. Im., a til Midnight sundays�?9 00 a. M., a til 11 30 p. The town Grill 912 Laurens Street next to Patricia theatre phone s Aiken s. C. 1063 eat a delicious hat lunch with us. Ready at 11 30 a. Fresh fender pan ready fryers it Azalea 10-16 la. Average whole or Hajj hams Center Cut Ham fresh select beef liver fresh medium shrimp Grade a Large eggs new huskies bus food with $5.00 Purchase sugar fresh South Carolin to toes Azalea Bacon 3 5 la. La. La. La. Dozen cans la. Bug la. La. 39c 53c 98c 29c 49c 53c 32c 35c 10c 55c Edward r. Lybrand we Lamar Lott have it turned from Bainbridge Maryland where they have been at tending the naval Reserve training for the past two weeks. A in motor transport general motors Trug is 1 Knight s super Market 2707 Vaucluse Road dial 9-21 s3 open All Day wednesdays free tickets a Augusta is. Jacksonville baseball game August 15th my and Mhz. S. In Markland Brandy Road have As their House guests her Mother mrs. Charles Miller and brother i Anil sister in Law or. And mrs. Larry Miller of Terra haute ind. J Mhz. John St a bes or. It Aiken is attending the school j i of missions conducted for the woman a society of Christian service of the methodist Church in Columbia at Columbia College i Liis week. I mrs. W. T. Jones and daughter mrs. J. C. Hough a am children Billy and Shirley Ann have returned Home alter a visit Iii Miami Tampa and St. Petersburg Fla. Or. T. L. Brownley Dunbarton Oaks visited his Fame j 1 in Over the weekend Iii Cliatt Sooga Tennessee. Or. And mrs. C. W. Stewart Aldrich Street Are vacationing for two weeks Iii Tennessee and Florida. Miss Lalla Wyman is visiting with friends and relatives in Atlanta a. Or. And mrs. J. Wardlaw rolling Wood Road have returned after visiting with relatives in Donalds arum Troy. Mrs. Walter Mays is vacationing at Chimney Rock North Carolina. Or. And mrs. William Tyson Ashley drive leave this week for a two weeks vacation visit with friends and relatives in Virginia Delaware new Jersey and Pennsylvania. Misses Judith and Charlotte Tyson twin daughters of or. And mrs. Win. In Tyson Are visiting with their Jaunt and Uncle or. And mrs. C. B. Tyson in Wilmington Delaware. Miss Mamie Ravenel is vacation ing in Brevard n. C friends in Aiken of or. And mrs. F. G. Mccoy and j Eli Ildren Ann and Bud of Charleston will lie interested to learn j Liat they Are planning to Stop Over in Aiken the Middle of next i week Enro Ute Home Atter a vacation at Fontana Village n. C. Leads the Way is t / a a a a a if even irs looks carry weight \ re. Chip1 i a a by j. Tis work. I a i. Asta vc., mail ambulation a. Sun outstand i it in Cee us too Tor Turle t tin or Mcelmurray positive he Lark ave. J a near freight depot phone 9 250

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