Florence Morning News Newspaper Archives Dec 6 1953, Page 15

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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - December 6, 1953, Florence, South CarolinaFace 14-a the Florence morning news Florence s. C. Sunday morning december 6, 1953 t a dhow Mother America s Best toed Slipper Daniel greens 21 styles to select from Belk s shoe store we give Green Stamps a. C. Save now at our Mastic rockers plastic sofa Beds plastic platform rockers super savings bedroom suites Coffee tables end tables savings galore Here during our furniture Jordan Auto and tractor co. 726 South Irby Street phone the december meeting of the Zalea Garden club was held wed essay afternoon at the Home of irs. J. M. Truluck. Mrs. A. M. Campbell and mrs. J. R. Schipman Ere the hostesses the meeting was opened with prayer by mrs. Frank Posey. Mrs. G. Gibson president presided. Irs. E. D. Tinsley gave a report n the club project. Mrs. Newton Crown was asked to serve As con Elvation chairman. Mrs. J. L. Flowers program chairman gave a Christmas read no the Littlest mrs. U. C. Tomlinson introduced mrs. Thornton Canada mrs. W. 0. Baggett and mrs. L. H. Dubose who Sang two trios hark what wean those heavenly voices and o night of holy they were accompanied by mrs. J. M. To Mclntosh at the piano. A feature of the afternoon s pro Gram was the bringing of gifts to e Given to children in the Hospi tals. The hostesses invited their guests gathered around the table at the meet ing of the Ellison Capers chapter Udo thurs Day afternoon Are left to right miss Wilhe Menia Lee mrs. Kalber mrs. S. Looper mrs. F. P. Holman and mrs. Wenzel Moreck. Seated is mrs. John r. Sojourner. Mrs. Kalber miss Medlin Are guest speakers at Ellison Capers chapter the Ellison Capers chapter Udo held its december meeting it the Home of mrs. Hubbard with mrs. Wonzel v. Morcock As Host Ess. Mrs. John sojourner president presided Over the business session. The pledge of ally Givenco to the ing of the United Stales the in mitc in the Confederate Flag and the acute to the Flag of South Caro Ina were led by mrs. George Briggs. Mrs. C. T. Byrd chaplain rough i the devotional using As her subject Chris Lens the coming of this was closed with Pray r after which a moment of silent Itnyer for a sick member was of in Rcd. Special guests for the afternoon were mrs. G. A. Kalber Pec Doc District director miss Wilhemnia Lee Secretary to mrs. Kalber both of Harls Villa mrs. C. W. Damon of Charleston. These ladies were introduced and presented Ca Mellia corsages by mrs. Sojourner. Mrs. Kalber Marie an informative talk concerning her work As director and told of plans for the coming year. Mrs. S. Looper read the news Sheet giving much information about the sixtieth annual Conven Tion held in Washington d. C. A love offering was taken to be sent As a Christmas gift to the Confederate Home in Columbia. Mrs. F. P. And mrs. Yuletide in the office with Christmas just a few Check stubs Nway perhaps it in t too Early to Bronch a subject that perturbs Many wives luring the holi Days. That s the big subject of Christmas parties in the office my Post Holiday mail always is jammed with letters protesting the goings on in presumably business quarters during the festive season. Of course the objections Are All directed at the All office parties husbands end wives that do have much too much of a tendency to wind up in disorder after too much alcohol arid per haps too much amour. Decorum at festivities that Interoffice festivities should be kept within the Bounds of Deco rum is beyond nil question but that phase of the situation is Loo self evident to need further discus Sion it the moment. What i d like to do now is direct a few words the greatest favorite with the family t1ie 2250k today s outstanding value in magnificent 21-Inch to. Powerful super a Chassis easy to rear spot Lite dial instant one Knob Bull s Kye Turret tuning and Many other fabulous features in a superbly Cra Coful Conte Pory Cabinet of select mahogany veneers and solids. 95 ii Huus kid. Exp. It tube it i Deleon Finklea in the kick Wronick Mold for Venus 404 West Cheves Street phone 3961 to All wives who at one time or another do participate in business gatherings. They should appreciate first of All that when invading business premises they arc on foreign territory. A woman May be Queen of her own Home but she s Only visitor in her husband s office. 11 is especially important for her to be gracious not authoritative when invited to attend parties. Just one wife who tries to throw her weight around who tries to impress employees with her own i Ortance usually existent Only her mind i. Or who lets it be known that she s terribly jealous of All the Young attractive girls in the place can bar forever All invitations to outsiders on future social occasions. Advice to wives a Young wife who accepts female employees or the wives of up and coming men on common ground or the older wife who plainly shows her interest in Young people and does t obviously res sent their youth accomplishes wonders in the advancement and Extension of co operative business associations. So. If future office parties Hap pen to be a blight on your horizon if you know from past experience that they May exceed the Bounds of Good taste and if you Are try ing to make them husband and wife affairs Don t show your con Cern. Point out to your husband or to the individual in charge o the gathering the advantages o including wives but Don t let it be obvious that you Are motivated b distrust jealousy or apprehension Alnut Hubby s conduct. And for heaven Sake if you do win your i wet. Prove it. Dou t attend a party solely for i the purpose of spying on your Mai and his attractive Secretary or t learn How Many girls Call him by j his first name or to Tenet out any questionable friendships the i staff. You re a guest remember. And you will be closely watched i for any possible slips. Don t make j Ejiri he so charming to operative and p that people will won Der How they Ever did enjoy a party without your gracious presence. Dorothy d1x will reply to All readers Ivhon ask her help. Write i for free leaflet d-20. Be in All eases be sure to enclose an i addressed stamped envelope and i end request to her care of this 1 . I Vikt wrapping instead of waiting to wrap the family s Christmas All at once. Why not wrap As you shop with to do at a time any riot Vou in alone in Ouli he Able to do a ail t last i Aill if to switch us the kills All that s tit Eti Iii f the outside so Kwh a whih h sometimes in it s the Little limits that Rouni. It who jus could t in reset her Small son in clean hands him a Brush of is very own for the Job now she finds Ilia his j hands Are Spode is and so. Are his heels and elbows. There s some i Hizir in vat suds inc up Hie Brush i that Makrs be rubbing fun you the kind of who s tar i Over wininj1 her hands on her 1 apron m Iki your she some aprons Mil of Toriye Filli. They highly nov ton cloth in 50 say colors prints inn i John sojourner s names were selected to be placed in the Cathe dral s Book of remembrance Washington d. C. The rooms were decorated with arrangements of camellias red berries and Holly. A White lighted Christmas tree stood in the living room. Mrs. J. J. Corley presented miss Beatrice Medlin who gave a read ing on the Christmas customs in different countries closing Watt the Christmas Story from the scriptures. Miss Medlin also pre cited a recording of the Littlest Ngel and Christmas carols. Joining hands and led by miss be. The meeting was adjourned Vith the Mispah Benediction. Mrs. Moreck invited her guests nto the dining room where they ice cd themselves to cheese Bis Cuits stuffed dates Candy and variety of sandwiches. Mrs. Kalbe served congealed Cranberry Salat at one end of the table while mrs sojourner poured Coffee at the opposite end. The table was entered with an arrangement of christinas greens candles and Christmas ornaments at one Side of the arrangement stood miniature United states con operate and South Carolina flags. Azalea Garden club hears Christmas music Reading at december meeting into the dining room where refresh ments were served from a beautifully appointed table. Mrs. Tins Ley served salad and mrs. J. G. Gibson poured Coffee. The guests helped themselves to sandwiches fruit cake and salted nuts. If Upkeep n important consideration in building or remodel no your Home surface your Dutchen and bathroom Walls All the Way to the ceiling with Clay tile. You la Cave the Coet of painting Giese rooms every year or two Asie tile Cau be kept fresh just by washing it Down with hot soapy water. The Gas appliance manufacturers association suggests you select two different colors Lor the lower and upper halves of the Wall. Mrs. Turner is Circle hostess the Ruby Rivers Circle met tues Day morning with mrs. R. E. Turn or. The guests enjoyed cake and Coffee prior to the meeting. Roll Call was answered by nine members. Following routine Busi Ness mrs. Paul Rivers Bible teacher gave a summary of the year s study course on Mark s portraits of the secret pals were revealed during the gaiety of the Christmas gift Exchange. 167 w. Cheves Street joyous Christmas season is really Here and Ray list is far from Complete. Porter s gift shop 167 w. Cheves fit will he the answer to myi have the most unique gifts and the prices Are within my budget. There you can find the wonderful line of Norcross Christmas cards and Beautiful wrappings. Really helps a lot to have those units All fixed and ready when you get so Busy wrapping the last minute. Such Lovely linens As you could want Are right in Porter s Linen department. Whether you be Gay or sad at breakfast you will find the table set to fit your mood. The Bright cheerful red Lor Christmas morning and then on through the Winter sea Don t Overlook that july fourth table when the same red Mats will add the right touch. I must Tell you about the glamorous three Yard cloths with twelve napkins for the Holiday that took my Eye has the Bell Motif carried out with our own Beautiful Holly could just see red candles and a luscious Turkey ready for the traditional family Din Ner. Aside from these Holiday linens Porter s have luncheon sets in All prices and the practical heavy linens to the sheer est organdy and Linen combinations. Sheet and Pillow Case sets

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