Florence Morning News Newspaper Archives Aug 24 1973, Page 6

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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - August 24, 1973, Florence, South CarolinaWomen s world Mildred Kilgore assistant Frances Ellis women s editor Florence morning news 6-a Friday August 24, 1973 september Bride feted at 3 bridal parties miss Gloria Morgan and Thomas Ellie fore who will marry on sept. 8. Were Coler Iii Icid ill a drop in Given by miss metallic Brodie and or. And mrs. Kinst Marrill. The affair was held at the Home of miss Brodie. Which was decorated throughout with red carnations. Guests helped items Clvis to an array of refreshments from the lining room Able which was entered with a Large arrangement of red carnations and a burning Candle in a Silver candelabra. The bridal couple was presen Ted with a hand Cut. Crystal vase. Special guests for the occasion were or. And airs. Jesse Morgan parents of the Bride and or. And mrs. Muslin fore brother and of i lie Groom. Miss Morgan was honoured at a miscellaneous Slemit at Hie Home of mrs. Christine Jones. The Bride was presented a White Carnation Ujjin arriving. Hostesses were mrs. Lobby Locklair and miss Tanya Owens. After several games were played guests served them selves from an array of party foods from the dining table. It was cell Rcd with an arrangement of Ivy and candles in a Silver Candela i a. Digests presented the Bride with an Assort men of gilts. Special guess were mrs. Jesse Morgan and mrs. . Fore mothers of the Bride and Groom. Home of London fog and i misty Harbor i rain Coats dress shop open Mon. Thru Fri. Til 9 p. M. Mrs. Foster Jeffords entertained for miss Gloria Morgan with a morning Coffee at her. Home. She presented the Bride with a Corsage of yellow roses when she arrived. A social hour was enjoyed by he Bride and guests before they were inv cd into the dining room Foran array of parly foods and Coffee. The table featured an arrangement of red roses and a candelabra. The hostesses gave the Bride a cup and Saucer in her chosen pattern. Guest was the Bride s Mother mrs. Morgan. Arizona to Host go Vic Board meet the annual Hoard of direct lors meeting of the Genera federation of women s clubs go Wal will take place sept. A-13 at Mountain shadows. Scottsdale. Ariz., with mrs. Kermit v. Llauge an. President presiding. Mrs. Martin s. Lingers. Tuscon. And mrs. . Suiter. Bendale. President and past president of the Arizona federation of women s clubs head the hostess list. Many outstanding speakers will be heard during the five Day meeting. A safety program. Women on wheels will he presented by Chrysler motors corp. And a made of Cotton style show will also he a feature. Program plans for the coming year based on he theme hrs Pecl. Reverence. Will be presen Ted by a fwd executive com Mittee department and division chairmen. Mrs. B. Ii. Martin of Clio is president of the South Carolina federation of women s clubs a member of a fwd. Banana Vinaigrette banana Vinaigrette i Tablespoons salad Oil 2 Tablespoons cider vinegar i Teaspoon sail i Teaspoon minced garlic i1 Teaspoon dried Dill Weed Teaspoon Pepper 3cupstorncscarolc i Large Cucumber sliced l -2 cups halved Cherry Malnes 1 cup watercress leaves bananas peeled and Cut into chunks in a Small bowl mix Oil. Vinegar Salt garlic Dill and Pepper. Let stand 1 hour. In a salad in nil Combine escarole. Cucumber tomatoes water Cress and bananas. Add dressing loss lightly and serve immediately. Economy textiles 8x 10 living color portraits by co Lorama studios no handling charges group per subject additional persons in family si.95 limit one special per family portraits must be picked up by Parent thurs. Fri. Sat. Only i aug. 23rd thru 25th. Photographer hours Tours. 11 to 6 . Fri. 11 to 7p.m. Sat 11 to 5 . O con Ortii an accomplished piano player Fred Schipman explains Workings of self playing piano he completely re built. Electronic transistor Organ came in kit mrs. Fred Schipman accompanies husband s self playing piano. Boyhood dream comes True after months of working bar of Bellows in sad shape Schipman shows How inside looked before he went to work. By morning news women s editor it s not everyone who can instantly play a piano hut one might say that Fred schip Man has found a Way. Not everyone could or would choose his method hut there s much music to be heard at the schip Man s Home on Franklin or. Schipman Hough a Boal up old player piano built in april 1c. With painstaking detail he has completely re built it so that now Schipman can pedal or use a motor and come up Wilh any kind of piano music one wants. The piano just plays away on songs such As Over Complete with Ricky tink sounds or sound of music for More modern music lovers. It s tone and volume make for intricate or simple compositions Prescan Gwen Blackwell honoured prior to wedding Day Ted in a variety of arrangements. Hut that s not All. Five years ago Sci Irnan got a Cleat kit Organ that he put together entirely of electronic transistors. Kach part was separately wrapped and schip Man assembled the whole in eight Days. Now. When music is in the air. Mrs. Schipman plays the Organ while her husband puts another Roll on the piano. And the sounds of music come Forth in Clear magical tones for instant nostalgia or some of today s music. The results Are almost orchestral in tone. I be always wanted a piano like this Schipman said Ever since i saw one when i was a Small boy. We did t have one ill Home but one of my friends families had one. This piano was in terrible condition it s outside looked like an Alligator hide it was so thick with so. The first Slep Wasto get rid of All that and put on fruit Wood varnish. Then. Schipman got to work on All the Small Bellows one for each key. This meant taking off the old for each of the 88 Bellows cult ing strips of rub a cried cloth to make new ones glueing each to be air tight and trim each off. This look about four months work. Then. Schipman got in work on a Small rubber tube that goes will each one. There were tiny screws to pull the rubber lube into each Hole. Again Lohof them. The roller paper conies Over this and As air enters that Hole it comes Down hits the Bellows picks it up and hits inc keyboard. Schipman has no idea As to the number of hours he spent in re building the piano. He d be up at b o clock in the morning working on it before he went to mrs. Schipman said also after dinner and on most of the schip Man laughed so. Now ache. Ripe age of 60. I can play the the aeolian piano company. Which always Stamps the Dale and factory number on each of ils instruments is the Only com Pany left which makes these pianos. The Only trouble is. Insofar As Schipman is concer Ned thai they make Only spinet types now. Not upright. Which he wanted. He s also found one company in Illinois which Sells line musical paper Rolls he the his it s the Only one left. Loo. In this country that manufactures them. Julie Nixon Eisenhower accepts mint museum antique invitation miss dwell i Lackwell. Bride elect of August 25. Was filed with a miscellaneous Shower at Trinity United methodist Church. Hostesses for the occasion were mrs. Hilly Ilan Niford. Mrs Harold Atkin son. Mrs. Lloyc Griffith and mrs. Nancy Blackwell. Upon arrival the Bride elect received a Corsage of miniature cooking utensils. Several games of bridal Bingo were played with the winners presenting their gifts in the Bride. The guests were inv cd into the foyer for party refreshments. The table was covered with a cutwork Linen Tablecloth and entered with an arrangement of mixed summer Flowers. After refreshments the Bride opened Many . The hostesses gift was a Sot of Cook Ware. Special guests included. Mrs. Indies Blackwell. Mother of the Bride and mrs. Gilchrist Newlon of Lionne Alsville. Mother of the Groom. Miss Lack will was honoured with a dinner party by her fellow employees of Carolina rank Trusi company at the Cabin of Dick Beasley at Spring Lake farms. Upon arrival the Bride was Given a Carnation Cor Sage. The ladle was cell Rcd with a Hejde and Groom inside lamp which was flanked by Cul Glass rim Dlela bras with lighted tapers. After a three course dinner the Bride was presented with a serving spoon in her Silver Pat Tern. Special guest for the evening was mrs. Gudics Lack will. Mother of the Bride elect. Of he Bride and Groom elect were special guests. Mrs. Eddie Mccoy and mrs. Rudy Tranham tailored miss Blackwell with a miscellaneous Shower at the Home of mrs. Fred Cross. The Bride was presented a while Carnation Corsage upon arrival. The guess were received into living room where they played several games of bridal Bingo. The Honoroe Hen opened Many gifts from the guess. The hostesses presented her with an antique Gold candelabra. The guests were invited into the dining room for refreshments. Lighted Silver candelabras and mixed summer Flowers graced the table covered in while Linen. Mrs. Fred Cross poured punch. Afler refreshments the guess were Trcalek to a Lour of the Cross Home. Mrs. Cry pics Blackwell and mrs. Gilchrist in Elon. Mothers 1555 w. Palmetto St. Luilee store Robert s shoes last Call Friday saturday monday tuesday ladies Spring summer shoes value to now Robert s shoes downtown All sales final Florence s. C. The Gamecock room of to Darlington restaurant was the scone of a miscellaneous Shower for miss Blackwell Given by mrs. Daniel blokes and mrs. Ronnie Ilan Niford. The Bride elect received a Lovely while Carnation Corsage upon her arrival. The guests were presented recipe cards and asked to write their favorite ones for the Bride elect. The hide elect Hen opened her gifts. The hostess gave her a Basket full of useful Kitchen utensils. Refreshments were served to the guests. Special guest for the occasion was mrs. Ondics Blackwell. Mother of the Bride elect. Miss Lack will was honoured with a Tupperware Shower at the Home of mrs. Perry Andrews. Darlington. Hostesses for the occasion were mrs. Andrews. Mrs. Derrick Weatherford and mrs. Louis Lones. Upon her arrival the Bride was presented with a Corsage of White Lamel Leasand each guest was Given n Corsage of Small Tupperware gifts. After several entertaining names refresh ments were served and an informal Ive Tupperware Demon stration was Given. Miss Lack Well received Many of Nipper War Charlotte. . Julie Nixon i lie invitation to be the honorary chairman for the mint museum Antiques show at the Charlotte merchandise Mart. October 13-16. Sponsored by he women s auxiliary of the mint museum the Antiques show is an annual fund raising event with proceeds going for educational materials and new acquisitions for the museum s collections and exhibits. The president s youngest daughter will address the patrons of the mini the evening of oct. 12 at a formal parly which will preview the four Day show. She is expected to be accompanied by her husband. David a part Lime columnist for the Philadelphia bulletin. As honorary chairman. Lytic is continuing the focus on american antique furnishings in Washington s Public buildings begun last year. Her Mother. Julie wrote to the auxiliary has been acquiring historic Antiques for the while House for some Lime and is now displaying More objects from their private quarters which were owned or used by former presidents. One of these popular items now on display in the White House is he exquisite dinner and dessert service of French Sterling Silver purchased in by Andrew Jackson. It includes two Coffee pols. A Cream Jug. Soup tureens. Sauce heals. Several plates in Dif Ferent Sixes sail castors and pieces of flatware. The majority of the pieces were made by French Silversmith Martin Guillaume in Ennis and Date from 1783-1819. Other pieces. Julie said include a Gill and mahogany framed Mirror owned by George Washington. Ulysses a. Tortoise Shell waste Basket lined with red Satin and one of eight known copies of inc Sheet music of the first printing of the Star spangled Banner. The White House is Many things a Home an office a Julie said. Hul it has also become one of the finest museums in the Conn living Symbol of Grace and elegance in period fur thirty dealers from 13 Stales will be Selling antique furniture Silver porcelain rugs pain Tings and speciality during the show. A special scr vice this year will allow a buyer to Lake an item on approval fora Short suitability in his Home said mrs. Hamilton w. Show chairman. Mrs. Mckay and her co chair Man. Mrs. Moddy Dir d. Have used ideas from antique shows in new York. Allan la 10 Knille interest among new collectors in tie mint show. Shop Furchgott Junior world curios confusion custom picture framing Flore Roje mall 669-3091 has Mai guess ii weight my win. At Hickory of beef stick 3 d Texas spread i t Pak augus 3ht to 7 00 y i., o Florence mall Jack s discount Brand shoes famous name Canvas shoes at discount a prices t . Flyers Converse and styles for men and ladies asst. Colors. Jack s 1563 w. Palmetto St. Discount Brand shoes phone 662-4551

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