Florence Morning News Newspaper Archives Dec 1 1957, Page 19

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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - December 1, 1957, Florence, South CarolinaSunday morning december 1, 1957 the Florence morning news Florence s. C. Page 7-b Mcdonald Caddy ceremony takes place mrs. Clifford Frederick Gaddy or. Miss Betty sue Mcdonald daughter of or. And mrs. Billy Dan Mcdonald of Kershaw became the Bride of Clifford Frederick Gaddy or. Ensign United states naval Reserve son of Clifford Frederick Gaddy and the late mrs. Maybelle Johnson Gaddy of Lake City at 12 ., nov. 30 in Kershaw meth Odis Church Kershaw. The Rev. Or. R. Wright Spears of Colum Bia president of Columbia col lege officiated at the double ring of Chapel ceremony. Wedding music was presented by mrs. Hubert Sowell organist and or. Kenneth Hough vocalist. The Bride Given in marriage by her father wore a traditional wedding gown fashioned with High Empire bodice of imported Alen con lace re embroidered with seed pearls and Princess gored skirt of blanched White Peau de sole caught up in a Batten Back which ended in a full Chapel double tiered veil of French Illus Ion fell from a Cap of Matching lace and seed pearls. Her bridal Flowers were of Stepha Notis and i lies Mohe Valley. Maid of Honor was miss Ginia Gaston of Chester. Brides maids were mrs. Charles Peyton Webster of new Orleans la., Sis i Ter in Law of the Bride mrs. Wade camlin Iii of Georgetown sister of the Groom miss Jean English . And mrs. Elizabeth Mclntyre and Frank Salmon of Marion William Rutledge of Camden. All wore formal length gowns of Emerald Green Satin accented with a Bow and Streamer backs mat Ching hats of velvet leaves encircled with flirtation veils. They carried cascades of Brandywine oses. Clifford Frederick Gaddy father of the Groom was Best Man. Groomsmen were Andrew Dun can Gaddy of san Antonio Texas brother of the Groom Robert Frank Plaxco of Greenville James Cushman and David cram of Aiken. Immediately following the ceremony a breakfast was held at the Home of the brides Par. Ends. Music was provided by mrs. I Wilford Lane. Or. And mrs. Gaddy left for a wedding trip to sea Island ga., after which they will reside at 14 Park place Orange Texas. The Bride s travelling ensemble was a periwinkle Blue Wool dress maker suit Brown fur stole Black accessories and beige kid gloves. The Bride attended Converse College and was graduated from the University of North Carolina with an . Degree in history. At the University she was elected to Phi Bola Kappa and a member of Delta Delta Delta sorority. She attended the graduate schools of the University of South Carolina and the University of North cart Una. The past year she resided in Chapel Hill . The Groom was educated at the University of South Carolina receiving an . In economics and was a member of Kappa Al Pha order. He was graduated from the Harvard Law school where he was a member of Lincoln s inn society vice president of the southerners club and vice president of the Bull and Bear club. He was admitted to the South Caro Lina bar in 1955. He received his commission in the United states Navy Newport . Among the out of town guests were the brides maternal grand mrs. James Thomas Fow Ler of Columbia aunt mrs. Eli finn of Miami Beach Fla. And Uncle or. Jams Thomas Fowler jr., . Of Long Beach Calir. Her paternal grandmother is mrs. Dan Mcdonald of Kershaw and monks Corner . Pace baby or. And mrs. L. B. Pace or. Of Florence announce the birth of a son Donald Leon nov. 25 at Mcleod infirmary. Mrs. Pace is the former miss Patsy Hicklin. Or. Pace is in Newfoundland at the present tune. Circle meets in Pamplico special to the news Pamplico the Willey Circle of the Beulah free will Baptist Church met at the Home of mrs. Herbert Collins tuesday night. Mrs. Teny Hyman president pre sided. Plans were made to carry a Sunshine Basket to a shut in Exchange at the december meet ing. The Bev. Julius Vause led in prayer. Those on program for the evening were mrs. Farrell Alt Man mrs. Lizzie Stone mrs. Geor Gie Hardy and mrs. Julius Vause. Entertainment was furnished by mrs. Herbert Collins and her son. Carlton who rendered a vocal duet. A salad course was served by the hostess. Or. T. S. Buie Speaks to camellia Garden club mrs. George Dawson wan Host Ess to the camellia Garden club tuesday at the Home of mrs. E. E. Hubbard. The president mrs. 0. N. Smith thanked the committees entering arrangements at the fair Flower show. The arrangement by mrs. K. G. Law rence mrs. L. D. Lide and mrs. W. D. Lucas won a Blue ribbon. T was announced that the an Nual Christmas dutch luncheon be tuesday dec. 17 at In the colonial hotel. Mrs. Harry Montgomery pro Gram chairman introduced or. T. S. Buie of the soil conserva Tion service for South Carolina who talked on the subject water in every Day or. Buie. State conservationist is a native of Marlborough county and was graduated from Clemson College. Or. Buie stated that water has always played an important part in life. The Early colonies settled next to water and used channels of water As a Means of travel. Power meeting. From water was used in Cotton gins and grinding meal. Water for daily use now comes from Central supplies in Many places. It is stored in Quantity in Man made lakes and dams. Large Indus tries May use As much water in one Day As a City of farm ers use and need much water for spraying irrigation and livestock. Because Only 12 per cent of the population now farm the very Best water facilities Are needed to pro Duce food and farm products for everyone. Or. Buie said water is plentiful in South Carolina if we properly conserve and use it wisely to keep available. Wells Are not inexhaustible. To have an adequate water Supply proper land use is essential. Rain Falls on the land and uncontrolled water causes Ero Sion. To summarize. Or. Buie said proper land use is what we put in effect in our own gardens. A social hour concluded the Penney s mrs. Miss Ann Carol Hall miss Joanne were Martin miss Suzanne Casque hostesses at a luncheon Friday at miss Thalia Salmon miss Eliza the Home of mrs. E. E. Hubbard honouring miss Emily Oulia who made her debut at the Assembly Ball Friday night. Guests at the luncheon were miss Coles Burroughs miss Cecilia Quantz miss Pat Zeigler miss bet Syallen miss Legare Benton miss Temple Wright miss Florrie Mcleod miss Julia Baker miss Rebecca Cate miss Betsy Cate miss Peggy Bryant miss Becky miss Oulla entertained at parties mrs. Malcolm Mclendon miss Ballentine miss Dorothy Casque int Novra Florl mrs. Fat ctr Ann in Rel Hall miss Nanne have you heard Tom Roe son of or. And mrs. T. S. Roe was Home for the thanksgiving holidays. He is in the . Navy and is stationed at Brunswick game. And mrs. Frank Norris or. And children Kathy and Frank fire visiting in Chicago 111., for the thanksgiving holidays with or. And mrs Wells Norris. They will return tuesday. United states instant Coffee processors roasters and wholesalers employ More than salesmen. Beth Mclntyre mrs. Frank Sal Mon mrs. Jack Oulla and in. Malcolm Mclendon. Friday evening prior to the Ball or. And mrs. E. L. Oulla jr., parents of the Debutante entertained at a drop in at the country club honouring their daughter. They were assisted in enter Taining by or. And mrs. Lyn Brabham airs. Malcolm Mclen Don and mrs. Frank Salmon. Thirty members of the younger set attended. Eaddy baby or. And mrs. Bennie Eaddy of Lake City announce the birth of a son. William Wade nov. 19 at the infirmary. Your toys away til Christmas i a Small Deposit holds them 6w Penny s Lay Way stand by herself Petiney s is Vinyl so she s smash proof 1c arms n legs move so do her eyes. Curley lock hair. Others 98c to 14.95 Junior boy Cotton twill embroidered two tone shirt. Solid color pants turn up cuffs. Sizes 2 to 8. Qualify in budget Esi i set your life to music superbly re Erea cd for this out standing instrument has 4 Bass 10-Watf amplifier Mog Navoy precision record changer with Diamond stylus pick up. Convenient gliding Glass top opens for easiest Access to record changer and storage compartment without disturbing your top of set appoint ments. Select from the phonograph or radio phonograph models slightly in mahogany convenient budget terms Down delivers a month Bee and hear a Magna Vox before you buy come in today for a demonstration Deleon Finklea 404 West Cheves Street Florence s. C. Foam rubber stuffed animals electric trains 30 Watt transformer to 16 piece aluminium baking sets big thick tires velocipede 12 Inch High toy Metal stove with pot and pans f balance easy 16" Side walk Bike steel Frame Wood crib plastic mattress 25 by 22 by 15" sturdy Vinyl fold up doll Carriage steel Frome 3 piece table and chair set Hardwood tubular steel legs Small Fry size 5 Holster set loaded with value adjustable. 98c to hundreds of other toys to choose dress shop Florence s. C. Ski fit Brief with non Roll elastic Waist the briefs you come Back for time after time because they launder and Wear so Well As smooth fitting As a second skin they re Cut for Comfort. No binding no pulling no sizes 4 to 8 null Roll elastic Sci that Ninf Ottil Crotch irim

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