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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - December 8, 1953, Florence, South CarolinaTuesday morning december 8, 1953 Florence morning news Florence. 8. C. I society news devotional scripture for i the lord thy god will hold thy right hand saying unto thee fear not i will help thee. Isaiah prayer our father thou Hast promised to keep us. May we keep our hearts and minds stayed on thee. Only so can we face the frets and troubles of our daily lives and successfully Over come them. Through Christ our lord. Amen. Thought for the Day obstacles loom Large Only if we try to overcome All of them at once and in our strength alone. The upper room personals friends of mrs. W. H. Rogers of Timmonsville will be glad to know he is getting along nicely after having undergone surgery at Tuo icy Hospital in Sumter. Mrs. Ogers is the Mother of mrs. Torn Motley of this City and has made Many friends Here when visiting or daughter and her family. Miss Mary Alma Mccown and Liss Carolyn Foy spent last week and with mrs. John Mccown and irs. William Speed in Candor while there they spent Satur c. While there they spent Satur mrs. T. E. Skipper returned sunday from a buying trip to Mew York. While away she spent he week end with her sister mrs. Glenn Morton in Nichols n. Y. Samuel Baco chapter Dar program entered around theme of yuletide season the Samuel Bacot chapter Dar was entertained wednesday after noon by mrs. Leroy Brown at the Home of mrs. E. E. Hubbard. The living room was decorated with candles red berries greenery and a lighted Christmas tree. The meeting was opened by the Regent mrs. J. W. Howard. Mrs. R. H. Farmer led in the repeating of the lord s prayer the Salute and american s Creed was led by mrs. M. G. Scott. One verse of Star spangled Banner was lung. During the business session committee reports were Given and communications read. Mrs. Burch chairman began the program with a poem the heart of the Roll Call was answered to with an old Christmas tradition. Mrs. Burch presented mrs. J. B. Aiken who read How Christmas is celebrated in other mrs David Burns gave a Reading the other Wise the chapter Sang Christmas carols accompanied by mrs. Sam Mace. Mrs. Burch closed the program with the poem let us go after adjournment the Ladie were invited into the dining room mrs. Howard poured Coffee and the guests helped themselves to refreshments served Buffet style. Calendar Dei Linti 1 Calendar person als 3 . Daily 12 noon Satur Day 2 club Church part news within two Days after event 3 weddings pictures engagement Tor sunday 3 . Wednesday 4 other items Tor sunday paper 1 . Friday. Beginning sept. 7, Library will be a follows monday through Friday . 1 . 3 . 6 . . Saturday s . 1 . . Florence museum will be open monday through Friday. Closed saturday. Tuesday circles of Calvary Baptist Church will meet As follows 10 . Circle with mrs. R. E. Wessel 413 Timrod Park drive. . Margaret Mitchell with mrs. Henrietta Funklea Seneca drive. . Molly Aiken with mrs. E. A Singletary 1004 wan Namaker. Circles of first Baptist Church will meet As follows 10 a. M. Bertha Smith with mrs. Darby Cusack 711 King ave. 10 . Jane Lide with mrs. Tom Foy 159 n. Sanborn St. 10 . Huth Pettigrew with mrs. J. L. Benson 715 Rose Wood or. 10 . Ruby Parker with mrs. J. B. Aiken Aiken House. . Alice Moore with mrs. E. L. Isenhour 149 s. War Ley. . Margie Allen with mrs. A. H. Avant 412 Franklin or. 3 30 pm. Jennie Alderman with mrs. C. D. Jernigan 1212 Gregg ave. . Grace Wells with mrs. D. C. Edwards 501 s. Dargan. . Lila Watson with mrs. B. C. Hewitt. 255 s. Warley. . Florence Lide with mrs. E. P. Smith 633 Gregg ave. 4 . Neal Young with mrs. W. E. Cox 812 Cherokee re. 8 . Margaret Mitchell with mrs. B. H. Putnam 430 w. Cheves. 8 . Frances Hudgins with mrs. Clifton Green 802 Gregg ave. 8 . Ona Bell Cox with mrs. C a. Bodenheimer 207-a w Pine St. 8 . Cornelia Leavell with mrs. E. A. Cherry 517 camellia Circle. Circles of the first presbyterian Church will meet As follows . No. 1 with mrs Ben w. Ingram or. 611 Spruce St. . No. 2 with mrs t. V Mccutcheon Ebenezer mrs. B. D. Moore and mrs. W. A. Pritchett. . No. 3 mrs. D. H Mceachern 315 s. Coit St. . No. 4 mrs. Pau gee. 1201 Jackson ave. . No. 5 mrs. N b. Baroody 101 Kuker St. . No. 6 mrs. B. F Irby 805 w. Palmetto St. . No. 7 mrs. B. D Lesesne. 510 Iris drive. . No. J. C. Ken Dall 606 w. Evans St. . No. 9 mrs. J. W Leape. At the Home of Glam Isom jr., 431 Rosewood. Tuesday . Nos. 10. 11 and 1 will hold a joint meeting in Tiv Little Chapel. Thumb Garde club luncheon at the Home o mrs. E. E. Hubbard. Remember rift Exchange. .-Eta chapter Beta Sigma Phi with miss Helen Smith 305 Covington St. 8 Aux. To with mrs. W. D. Clarke 120 Gregg ave. Mrs. J. R. Peed assistant. Remember gift Exchange. T evening club Witt mrs. A p. Baggett 705 Kin ave mrs. S. A Haselden or assistant. .-wscs of Central Mel i dist Church will meet in the Sanctuary. 3 . Meeting for nil print duty minies in the Library of the Mcleod infirmary. This will b the lust my tank of the year a Large attendance i requester wednesday . Magnolia Gardei club with mrs. D. H. Mceach Ern 315 s. Coit. 4 . Wisteria Garden Clu with mrs. Walter b. Dubose 1208 Gregg ave. Mrs. Mike to and mrs. C. D. Jernigan Assis Tants. Remember plants for t Sanatorium. .--Wildwood Garden Clu with mrs. J. B. Aiken jr., 142 Madison. Dirt Gardener with mrs. James Sanders 41 Spruce St. Remember Christma packages. . G 1 a at the b of be Hall. Election of officers Garden Clu with mrs. Cheves Powell Cash a drive. Garde club at the Home of mrs. G w. Bellinger. Mrs. C. A. Smith hostess. Please Call 8113 if unable to attend no chapter eps Ion Sigma Alpha inter nation with mrs Evelyn Dale Apt. 54 specials in Fine or. And mrs. Vernon or. And mrs. Haskell Thomas or. And mrs. Hugh Willcox and Hugh Wilcox. Jr., spent last week end Pawley s Island. Miss Mary Harllee is still con ined to her Home in the Bryce court apartments As a result of badly sprained ankle sustained in a recent fall. Aiken House. Jewel pin Cere Many. 8 review Spon j blessed Mary modality with mrs e. L. Mclaurin Kuker if transportation is needed calf 6484 or 6220. 8 p legion auxiliary to Fred h. Sexton Post no. 1 with mrs. Ira s. Rainwater Cherokee Road. . Iris Garden club with mrs. P. Ii. Mceachin. South Dargan St. Remember gift Exchange. Sorted by the shrieks club in the Myca auditorium. For exiled americans new telex hearing Aid More than three million americans Are virtual exiles in their own country confused lonely unhappy unable to take a satisfactory part in everyday activities because this fail to hear clearly. The new telex All transistor 956 returns these exiled hearing to happiness and hearing Security for Only of 1 per hour dependable Model 956 is thin and Light performs clearly with Only budget Battery. This new help in hearing is precision engineered by telex manufacturers it the world s finest precision hearing aids. Stop in for a free consultation today or write to c. W. Flemister 165 s. Irby St. Phone 8395 Florence s. C. Service for All hearing aids Tux Himml Cinnet this magnificent custom designed table when you buy Jet 99. The amazing Jet powered vacuum cleaner that gives you once Over cleaning action terrific value before Only Jet 99 has Jet More and propelled cleaning but now you con Cali Jit get this handsome Stor a Jet Cabinet Worth free when you buy Jet 991 both Only a cum cleaner and clean ing Loo i. It 01 night table Telephone table kit Chen or bathroom Chetyl. Offer limited hurry i see a Jet icon 00 Sorf average of 4 popular Eleon otters. Fiol Dirl in Over i Jet deigned Container Glide carries easily of a portable radio Jet 7 Secondi doll Jull lilt Oul Dull bag Ond throw it away i 7 am Schmenti Ond carrying kill buy now for Christmas 1.49 20 All steel red Wagon Reg. Reduced to 28" All steel red Wagon Reg. Reduced to walking doll walks All alone Many styles walks to Edge of table and stops alone m 34" largest All steel Wagon Reg. Reduced to. All tricycles and autos Fine Quality Ball bearing your Choice any in Stock 7.98 s f one group of Beautiful dolls Horsman Paula Mae and others regular Price appliances nationally advertised american girl shoes Saddle oxfords suedes loafers kids wedges pumps Flats nurse s Whites regularly 5.95 6.95 7.95 8.95 your Choice any american girl shoe in our Stock text Ron electric blankets Choice of colors guaranteed for the Best rest of your life adjustable to any desired temperature regularly Polly Prentiss spreads v tufted full size twin size medium weight heavy weight solids Multi regularly to Only 244 incorporated opposite courthouse Florence men s Nylon gabardine sport shirts the last word in gabardine Satin Yoke truly a Beautiful shirt must be seen to be appreciated a thrilling gift values 198 m cown Smith company

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