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Aiken Standard and Review (Newspaper) - January 23, 1961, Aiken, South Carolina Milieu Anil i Riichi the world Hemen Aiken South Carolina monday january 23. 1961�?� club social and Chu Roh news a Enka cements and weddings a features school or gardeners Here to feature mrs. Bryant in illustrated lecture by sue Howard society editor mrs. W. Jack Bryant of Orangeburg prominent in South Carolina Garden club work and a popular speaker on a table arrangements a will appear in an illustrated lecture on that subject during the afternoon session of tile school for gardeners on thursday february 16. Serving for three years As president of the Garden club of South Carolina 1952-54mrs. Bryant was presented special award for outstanding work during her years As presi Dent. She is now serving As life membership chair and has served As chairman of programs and awards of the National Council of state Garden clubs. A charter member of the nationally accredited judges club of South Carolina mrs. Bryant holds a senior certificate in that organization. The school for gardeners sponsored by the Garden club of Aiken will be held again this year at the first Baptist Annex York Street and a Coffee at 9 a. M. Will open the All Day event. George b. Park of the George Park seed company in Greenwood will appear in a horticultural lecture during the morning session and will show slides of three noteworthy exclusive new Flowers and one Choice species introduced by Park company this year. All Garden clubbers and interested gardeners Are invited to make plans for the Day on february 16 so that they May attend both sessions and a luncheon at the commercial hotel to be held in conjunction with the school. Presbyterians to hear about earlier Days continuing a study of their past heritage women of the first presbyterian Church will hear a round table discussion about earlier Days in their Church at a general meeting tuesday Moning. Mrs. P. Finley Henderson will review the Book written for study during the Centennial year a the Story of Southern presbyterians Quot by t. Watson Street. Copies of the Book will be on Sale at the meeting. Following the program refreshments will be served by circles no 5 and no. 8 in Fellowship Hall. Or. Wyman Host at Hunt supper a Hunt supper and Stag party was held thursday night at the Outing club when or. Dibbs woman entertained in Honor of fellow huntsmen. The menu entered around a variety of wild game included doves partridges and chukker. Around 50 attended the event. Wisconsin friends Enro Ute to and from Florida vacations have been House guests of miss Bea Treutel and miss Joyce Larkin at their Crosland Park residence. Last week or. And mrs. Jerry Husting of Milwaukee were miss Treutel a guests on their Way Home from a three weeks visit at Riviera Beach and arriving mid week were or. And mrs. Jack Morten of Bagio River Enro Ute to Lakeland for the remainder of the Winter months. Mrs. Hiram c. Scott is in Asheboro n. C. With her sister mrs. Ruth Rice Hilley who was seriously injured in a five fatality Auto crash near Ramseur n. C. Sunday. I he limes have suffered a series of great tragedies. Mrs. Hilley a 18-year-old daughter Gaynell Elizobeth was killed in the Accident last week which happened while they were Enro Ute to Duke Hospital to see daughter Sheila 16 years of age who was blinded by an automobile Accident injuries to years ago in Anderson she is now a student at South Carolina school for the deaf and Blind in Spartanburg and she is at Duke Hospital in Durham where she recently returned for further treatment in connection with a series of plastic surgery mrs. Hilley is a patient at Randolph Hospital in Asheboro where she is reported improved and off the critical list. Or and mrs. Willis Herndon and daughter and mrs. Her dons parents. Or. And mrs. Parker Hisel have returned Atter spending a weeks vacation visiting Points of interest in Honda. Residing in Aiken Prescott Marchant m performed at first Baptist to appear Here a mrs. W. Jack Bryant of Orangeburg a past president of the Garden club of South Carolina with three terms to her credit will appear in Aiken next month at the annual school for gardeners. A a tables will be mrs. Bryants subject for an illustrated lecture during the afternoon session of the school at the first Baptist Church Annex. All interested gardeners and club members Are cordially invited to attend the All Day meeting by the Garden club of Aiken sponsors of the event. Or. And mrs. E. L. Couch of Milledgeville Georgia formerly of Graniteville announce the marriage 1 of their daughter Patsy Couch pros-1 Cott to or. Thomas Woodrow mar Ihunt son of or. And mrs. W. W. Merchant of Gloverville. The double ring ceremony was performed january 14 at 7 30 in the Chapel of the first Baptist Church Aiken Rev. Austin Roberts officiated in a setting of Palms Pink and White carnations Gladioli and pompoms. Mrs. Messette Burkette of Graniteville presented a program of wedding music. Given in mania go by her father the Bride wore a snit of Light Blue Wool with Navy Blue accessories. She carried a White Bible topped with a White Orchid showered with lilies of the Valley. Miss Ruthy Mae Smith of Macon Georgia Yas the brides Only attendant. She wore a dress of baby Blue Wool and carried a nosegay of Pink carnations. Mrs. Ralph Mott of North Augusta was Best Man. Immed5atcy following the ceremony the couple left for a wedding trip to an unannounced destination. Upon their return they will reside in Aiken. Change of dates in ballroom dancing classes Given Roger k. Brown City recreation director announced today that the dates have been changed for the seventh and eighth grades ballroom dancing classes. The classes Orgl Nally scheduled to begin monday february 6, will now begin on tuesday february 7. Or. Brown stated the Chang was made from monday to tuesday nights due to a conflict with the monday night meetings of the boy scouts. The time of the classes will remain the same 6 45-7 45 p. In. Each tuesday night for to weeks. Activities 7 30 p. M. A the regular monthly meeting of the Aiken chapter National secretaries association inc. W ill be held tonight in the Pine room cd the commercial hotel. Mrs. J. E Schall accounting department supervisor e. I. Dupont do Nemours amp co., will he guest Speais. Using As his subject Quot income 8 00 p. M. A a educational television in South Carolinas will be the topic of discussion tonight at Hie Aiken county health Center when s. David Stoney educational director of the South Carolina educational television Center Speaks tonight to the Aiken Branch american association of University women. The Public is invited to attend. 8 00 p. M. A Tho january meeting of the Aiken police wives will be held tonight at the Home of mrs. Henry c. Hiers 2900 Catawba St or. And mrs. Arthur Schulhofer Aud son. Mrs. Fritz Sci us Holer Aud mrs. Hazel Schiwi looter pent yesterday in Charlotte n c. Where they visited Bir aunt mrs. Minnie Garrison a he Taai. Eye and ear exams held at North Aiken under it a program a meeting to organize a South Caroli a chapter of the music i Latch cars National association will to la id tuesday and wednesday Jan. 24-25 at Converse College Spartanburg. The Mana is the oldest and hugest of the Many professional grains in the Field of music teaching end at present has a chapter in every Southern state except Virginia and South Carolina. Invitations to attend the 2-Dty meeting have been mailed to All music teachers in the state. Two Public concert will be presented on tuesday Ami Widm relay afternoons both at 4 o clock p. M. On wednesday afternoon tin second meeting of tile South Carolina string teachers association win to held with mrs. Pegy t. Gignilliat of Spartanburg president presiding. Or. Eugene n. Crabb Dean and George Lucktenberg at the Converse College school of music faculty Are co chairmen of the organizational meeting. Aiken a amp pm club features safety health program charter members of red Cross nurses aides above Are pictured members of the red Cross Volunteer nurses aide group who have assisted with various red Cross Bloodmobile visits to the Cit of Aiken and in other communities in the county during the to years the Aiken county chapter has participated in the National red Cross Blom program. Members of the group Olio served during the first red Cross Bloodmobile visit on january it 1951 and who helped during the 10th anniversary visit Are from i to r mrs. F. H. Gillum. Mrs. Wilhel Nitt a Moody mrs h a. Wood head jr., mrs. Ashford Milner mrs. T. Duncan mrs. Wyman George and mrs. John Mccullough. Other volunteers who lived of the first visit and weft absent for the picture Aret mrs. Alexander Mac Kay mrs. William Post or. Albert Vik a mrs. Patty Sheffield and mrs. Walter g plan Kelt or. I Ista photo. _ the january dinner meeting of Yarp r p f a i a or european Lour to pie of it it balding. Wagener Road tuesday _. U. The w building. _ night with 29 present. Mrs. Lourie a. Salley lr., enter the dub collect was Given by trained the members of the hey president mrs. Rumble Higg Lubot Civie and Garden club Ihu shy Ham followed by a cordial Welcome Ter noon. To guests and manner. Mrs. Grace or. Mamie of at in i Barton chairman of the program. Spoke to the on a health and safety a Intro lived while travelling f it a four Mon is sgt. Hoyt Bailey of the Public rein through Europe. Scandinavia sol tons and safety education division i land and England. She illustrate. Try plots found in Stratford on a von. I she visited the worlds greatest j-1 i Ca i Bedrail ate most famous Art Gal j i of Toi in. I Quot jct i i lories and renowned restaurants. I so music teachers to hold meeting at Converse dear Abby first come first seated Sibi a ii f an. N dear Abby Isnit it proper tot men to offer their seats on a bus to women any More i ride to work of a bus every Day and i have an elderly Aud even pregnant women stand Wndle men just sit there. Occasionally i will see a gentleman offer a woman his seat but you should see the dirty looks he gets i from the men who Are sitting. Art j gentlemen becoming extinct in our civilization lady bus rider dear i Ady i some it the women who ride buses Are la better shape thaw Tome of be Mea naturally aul elderly or pregnant woman a to Ukla to be mud to stand aay More Usu a feeble or handicapped Man. Bul healthy Abie boiled want re who compete with Mea for Job expect a Busload of bar Walter Raleigh. Dear Abby my husband and i have four children every time one was born we d agree on a name we both liked take the baby to Church and have it baptised with that name. But As soon As we d get Home my husband would Start Eye and ear examinations have been completed at North Aiken elementary school. The screening which included each child at not la Aiken was Lone in the earlier Purl of this school year. Or. Van c. Porter and Audiometer is and Field representative with the hearing undo Speed to or rec Tim program under the direction of the state department cd Edina lion re examined children found previously to have defecting hear my. Re screening of vision was Dom by mrs. Virginia Holley Ami mrs. Bettie picket Public health nuts with i Aiken county health department parents Are being notified of these i findings Ami with professional help 1 the individual needs will be meet. J a Large scale program such a this to find defects of which a hot. Children parents and teachers Are sometimes not aware is not possible j without the cooperation and Yuslum Leer help of parents. This program i was under the supervision of mrs. W. R. Ritchie Diu Irman of health births Fred t. Key or or. And mrs. Fred t. Key of Augusta announce the birth of a son. Fred t. Jr., born on thursday january 19 at St. Jom Phi i Hospital. Mrs. Key is the former Sally wilds. Tile keys have a daughter it wry i who is live years of age. The paternal grandparents Are or. And mrs. Hector m. Key of Aiken. Of the South Carolina Highway department in Columbia. Sgt. Bailey appointed Highway patrolman in pc Bruiy it i Xii was engaged in Law enforcement for a number cd years Ami from year to year was requested to make safety and ruses. For two years to did Finger print work and special investigation Ami has trained 77/4 of the men now on the patrol. He is an extort pistol Marksman and has been a no mix i cd the patrol pistol team for 18 years. He is a native of Union. Mrs. Jan Wilson Secretary Road the Mil Ute of the last meeting and the treasurer s report w is Given by mrs. Eunice Hawkins. Mrs. Higginbotham was appointed a Delegate to the first conference Ai the South Carolina federation of business and professional women a dub to tie held in col an in jauntily 28-20. Tow Confer Nee which is cosponsored by the University of South Carolina will to held in be Russell House on the University Campus. Oth r duo Mem is wit Aland. In spate or party was conducted club of to i expel Iii it it through the Spanish Royal i Hare where president Eisenhower inter Taino. Mrs. is a member of the National Iris society and grows Many prize winning specimens. The hostess served chocolate eclairs salted nuts and hot Coffee. The with color it la pcs the Biz Ait Beautiful and the important in each i country. As a member of the wage-1 per Gordon club she naturally put emphasis on the gardens six saw in her travels which ranged from the i the next meeting will be hot id the Large formal gardens surrounding second thursday in february at the Majestic castles to the Small Cocin ism of mis. Walter Henson. Or. And mrs. Art of Milwaukee. Wise the marriage of then Mary m. Thrasher Barnes jr., son of i b. T. Barnes of Coin i Nave was solemnized noon january 14 at 4 i Paul s lutheran Chi i Rev. J olm Marco i ing. Upon their Rote i Ding trip. Or. And m a reside in Aiken. Or John musts main Ani evince daughter mrs to or. B. To or. Ami i the or Day a a Taro lode at St. With the a official Bio. Ii a i Kirn new heists motion Wiki ims Sauro Guarani. Proof positive of Quality and Valle 50,000 Firestone dealers and stores Honor our guarantee. Service in available Sharavar you drive Firestone a Superior Quality l cite Ashley Studiv or. And mrs. Robert v. St Tai Ley of Aiken announce the birth of a daughter Lucite Ashley born on thursday january 5 at the Aiken county Hospital. Mrs. Stud Ley is the former 11 an or Cullum. Cross company 241 Barnwell ave. N. W. New construction or repairs by factory trained specialist a free estimates a Complete line for your finer needs a phone i 97062 Days. I 9-662 4 nights. Ellov. 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