Florence Morning News Newspaper Archives Aug 18 1955, Page 9

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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - August 18, 1955, Florence, South CarolinaThursday morning August 18, 1955 the Florence morning news Florence s. 0. Page 9-a panics held honouring brides and brides elect miss Lola Brooks miss Lola Brooks was entertained at a luncheon Given by mrs. Alex Brunson Ami mrs. Cum in nos Brunson on monday at the Home of the former. Upon arrival the Honor guest was presented a Corsage of a single Alba Lily. The receiving rooms were Deco rated with a variety o late sum Mer Flowers and the luncheon table was entered with an arrange ment of while carnations Gladioli mid snap dragons. A three course meal was served. Guests attending included the Bride s attendants out of town guests and immediate members of the couple s respective families. Miss Lola Brooks was entertained at a Tea saturday afternoon. Luncheon was served to the 12 at Ard Gelys Low. Tending guests. The hostesses gift to miss Brooks was a while pottery com Pote. Bridge and Canasta were played miss Willcox mrs. P. B. Thornell mrs. Cyril the hostess gift to the when the final count was made i i As a set of Emerald Green Glass it was found that the two High s. Score prizes fell to miss Jean miss Patsy Hughes was enter gained Al a parly on wednesday morning Given by mrs. Hay do it. Cumnings brim i Witt. Summer Cut Flowers were son and mrs. L. Ii. Johnson were used in decorating the rooms hostesses at a Tea in Honor of miss the occasion. Dorothy Willcox Bride elect bridal refreshment were or Crawford and Honor guest. Miss Hughes the tuesday afternoon. The affair took place at Florence country club. The receiving line was composed of the Bride elect who is of Flor ence and Atlanta. A mrs. Sam j. Loyall. Aunt of the Bride mrs. Paul b. Newman of Chicago iii., Cousin of the honoree. Miss Willcox was presented a Corsage of sweetheart ruses. Arrangements of dahlias Chrysan hostesses to the affair were and Gladioli were used for the club s decorations. The Bri dal table covered with a Pink cloth held Silver candelabra hold ing Pink candles an Eperone filled with Pink roses carnal ions and Coral Vine tied with Large Pink and mrs. Edwin Osteen and miss Betty Gillespie. The event at tie Home of mrs. Took place . Re Jill. Mass arrangements of roses and decorated Oiler summer Lowers the rooms. The Lea table covered with an italian Cut work cloth entered with an arrange Jolic of Darlington served by the hostess presented her Biller plate of China. The hostesses gift to the Bride to be was a dinner plate in her pattern of China. Miss Willa Capps lakh City. Aug. 17 mis Stess. After wind she Tun am mrs. Willard 1 of her a bread and tucs. L m her chosen pattern tit a u of Lluc miss Patsy Hughes was guest of Honor at a Tea which was Given the former when they honoured miss Willie to Capps at a miscellaneous Shower. The Home was decorated Blue bows. Mrs. William Haigue and mrs. Was mid presented them to the line composed of the ment of White carnations snap and chrysanthemums. Miss Brooks was presented a Cor Sage of Gossamer daisies. Mrs. Arthur kicking greeted guests receiving Host Essis the Bride elect mrs. Edwin f Brooks her Mother and mrs. B. E. Coggeshall Mother of the Groom elect. In the dining room mrs. Percy Hay poured punch at one end of the table and mrs. Kenneth Charlesjr served cake at the Oiler. Guests helped themselves to an array of bridal refreshments. Others assisting in serving included mrs. James Lambright. The misses Helen Osteen Amanda Osteen and Mary Watson. Good byes were said to mrs. Henry of teen. Approximately 150 guests called during the appointed hours. On tuesday aug. 16. Mrs. A. L. Flatting and mrs. Henry of tron entertained in Honor of miss Lola Brooks her attendants and out of town guests at a luncheon Given at the Home of mrs. Fickling mass arrangements Flowers were used in the living room and Den. In the dining room the table was entered with a Flor Al wedding ring composed of car nations and chrysanthemums. The Bride elect s place was marked with a Carnation Corsage. A three course luncheon was served the 24 attending guests. As sisting the hostesses in serving were the misses Amanda Oslo in Helen Osteen and Temple Wright. I mrs. E. D. Sal Longcr or. And her daughter. Jacqueline wore Homlok is at a luncheon on thurs Day in Honor of miss Brooks. Upon her arrival the Bride elect present Cal a Dahlia Corsage. Summer i Lowers were used through Oil the Home and Buffet married couples advise longer engagements now Splix Kield. Ohio do married people think of mar Church poll brought answers from v5 couples who returned the questionnaires unsigned to their pastors. The couples were chosen at random from among the congregations of seven Christian churches in Chirk county. The couples ranged in age from lit to hit years Wilh an average age of 43. They had been married for periods from live a Ionics to i years with an aver age of til years. A cd How Long an Ideal in would hi1, tin1 men re plied about months the women about ii months. This was Lunger than the Nizic Morith period recommended by More than inn single Young people in a similar poll last Spring in an to tar to a question of Ducth or not their marriage was a Happy said yes with exception of uni1 woman. She reported she had nut Yei. Made up her mind the be .-1 fur a Man to Many averaged out Al about to a woman i. Year the Young people Sci in Al two year. Earlier. Half i hi1 husband. Queried Hail serious to their wives smoking. Wives objection to their husbands of i Bacni was about the same Arioul in think no both men and women would no Sci i in Iligir Parlari drinking Niece rally to he married answers Ilia b i Olli men and women averaged Mil the am to the per week. Last year the single people an Maori i l Anil Lar lion Mimi Iii i it Tun no acini ill. E the Hill i i h Mill . On i in Lime. Punch from a Silver bowl. Assisting in serving other bridal refresh ments were mrs. Joe Waters or. Mrs. Deva Mccarter mrs. Frank key or. Mrs. Jean Benton. Mrs. Armstrong Howard of Darlington the misses Mary Nell Hughes re Sie Waters and mrs. Francis i. Kast or. Of Fayetteville n. C. Newman of Chicago 111., cousins of the honoree passed minis Dur ing the afternoon. The hostesses presented the guest of Honor with a Silver covered vegetable dish. Approximately 100 guests called during the appointed hour. Miss pc cts Hughes Mcbee aug. 17 miss palsy Hughes whose wedding will take place in the Early fall was entertained at a Bridge supper Given by mrs. Tom King on tuesday night. Slass arrangements of mid sum Mer Flowers were used throughout the receiving rooms. Guests were at card tables arranged in the rooms. Following supper lilo tables were cleared and Bridge and Ca a color scheme of yellow and1 White. The dining table was entered with a Low arrangement of Lowers done in the color scheme and flanked with candles in Silver holders. At the end of the table a bridal doll dressed in formal welcoming the guests was gown of lace stood Kurtli pre i Clcil or carried out a wedding Motif. There were five tables arranged cd in the line were the Bride for card games. Following the High scores were received by mrs. Lus Hoffmeyer sr., and mrs. Gus Hoffmeyer or. The parly was held at the new Home of the Latler. Quantities of summer flow-.1 ers effectively arranged in the Hoffmeyer or. Who them to the receiving line. Elect miss Hughes her Bride for game. Mrs. Carl a. Hughes and the by miss Shelby other hostess mrs. Hoffmeyer. Or. Upon arrival the hostesses presented the Honor guest and her Mother each with a while Gla Mcl Lia Corsage. The dining room pc sealed a bridal scene with a care fully arranged Crystal Eperone filled with Pink carnations with jesses Jean Mcclam and nellies Low score by mrs Carl Powell and a card award went to miss Dorothy Jean Mcclam. Miss Capps received Many appropriate gilts from those attend ing during a social hour the Host budget furs lace decorations entering table overlaid with a handsome cloth. From one end mrs. Claudia Garrison poured punch from a cry Stal bowl and this together with sandwiches and bridal cakes and served. Mrs. T. L. Maxwell invited the visitors to the Den and to see the new House. Mrs. It. F. Harris also assisted throughout the even ing. Goodbyes were said to the guests by mrs. Hoffmeyer or. Continuing the series of pre the cakes nuptial attentions Centary to miss Given palsy a dessert Bridge served sandwiches bridal and punch. Miss Martha Caldwell miss Martha Caldwell. Bride elect was the guest of Honor on thurs Day evening mrs. Paul i of torn and mrs. Bussey pos Lon were hostesses at the Home of the former. The Home was decorated in summer Lowers with a color scheme of Pink and White. The Bri dal table was entered with an arrangement done in pastel Pink Flowers and Matching candles. The table holding the Bride s Register table held a miniature brides doll Hughes thanked by White candles in Silver was Given on Cage Pai which Rii urday night Fivi of summer i Nasta were played. After jointly by mrs. Ii chord Gettys and mrs. Rock Floral arrangements were placed in the rooms where the guests assembled. Upon arrival the visitors several found their places at individual progressions. Mrs. Howard Brown card tables and refreshments were received High score and mrs. Hich served. Be tables of guests played a series of games with mrs. Her Bert Rollins winning High score and receiving a Box of stationery. Low score went to miss Caldwell who was remembered with a Linen handkerchief. After refresh ments the guest of Honor Given a Surprise miscellaneous i Penney a tsp of teach your budget1 a lesson in Thrift shop Fenny s for from lop to foe for study or playtime whether your scholar s bound for College or kindergarten Back to school needs natural Otter new smart and durable in a i length casual coat with Side fullness Benver Collar. Persian Lamb a line coat in fingertip length Cut on the new lines Norrow at top flared below. Board members to visit Europe Washington. Aug. 17 Isle Isles Germany Holland Clarence g. Morse chairman i of Federal maritime Board says he and other Board members will visit West european shipbuilding centers this month. The group aboard the is United states for a in Day journey through the Brit shipbuilding costs. Switzerland and Italy. Morse said thai information gathered on the trip would be used to help determine the amount of subsidy which should be Grant soil aug. De to american shipbuilders to american and foreign american Broad Tail new hip hugging jacket handsome braid trim. To visit red China Hong Kong aug. 17 we Fusano Sulic Kharn chairman of Japan s Nal omd Council for restoration of and chinese japanese. Relations will enter lied China at the Border Here tomorrow. He Heads a party of six on an inspection rip. By Dorothy Hoe associated press women s Zdilor if you can t afford Mink cheer up. All is not lost. Fur manufacturers have gone All out ibis year to produce Beautiful High fashion fur Coats that Don t wreck the family budget. New processes of preparing the polls Dye ing and shearing have made even tar least expensive furs soft Light weight and Rich looking. Take american Broad Tail for in Sli Ince. This is a Well known Mem Ber of the budget fur family a fraction of the Cost of Broad Tail yet it appears for fall in an impressive array of Coats c pics and jackets elegant enough for the Choosiest lady of fashion. Our old Friend persian Lamb also has been glorified this season appearing in new colors and lighter weights in either Dressy or casual styles All Thrif tily priced. Newly popular in the sports fur lineup is natural Oiler a sleek sturdy Brown fur which is most effective in simple casual Coats and looks As if it would Wear forever. Other less costly alternates to the haughty Mink Are sheared Fox sheared Raccoon dyed Muskrat and dyed Squirrel. All will be available in new smart styles in shops through out the country this autumn bearing gentle Price Laks. Rare Bones found . Alia., aug. 17 Al head Bones of a rare species of horned Dinosaur called Packy have been unearthed in the bad lands South of Echo Lake. Penney s t Zipper Fly boy s 9-ounce Brown Denim jeans first Quality Sanford Zed machine washable ear tacked at Points of Strain Cut Over Penney s regular patterns Dollar Day special boys Woven Gingham sport shirts snatch pm up sensationally priced Long wearing Sanford Zed full Cut machine washable Short sleeves r very special Penneys school Cottons with wide wide sweeps checks red s cases it u i l la. Malaya aug. 17 r Prince Abdul , chief in ii scr do the Malaya govern mini. K immune t Nurs per Sand Ali ipod of. Lied Fin fit. In

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