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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - December 12, 1957, Florence, South CarolinaPage 2-1 the Florence morning news Florence s. Thursday morning december 12, 1957 women Pat Maceachern woman s editor Sandra Nofil reporter Lake City personals Lake City King Whitlock was Home from Clemson for the weekend visiting his parents or and mrs. Edward Whitlock. Recen guests of or and mrs. Whitloc were or. And mrs. W. Eld Ridge and son Billy of Oak Ridge Tenn. Miss Helen Alexander visited in Lake City for a few Days with her sister mrs. Jack Robinson. Or. And mrs. W. L. Slagle of Dayton Ohio and daughter Eli Zabeth a student at Queens College have returned Home after visiting Here King with or. And mrs. E. H Ensign Robert l. Crouch has re turned to Athens ga., where he is a student at the University after visiting Here with his sister mrs. A. N. Bowenjr. Guests the past weekend of or and mrs. William a. Pollack were or. And mrs. H w. Stone and daughter Rosella of Mullins Rollins Epps has been ill and confined to his Home for the past two weeks. Mrs. S. E. Burch was in co Lumbia last week attending meet Ings. Mrs. James Stewart was a week end visitor in Asheville . Recent dinner guests of or. And mrs. S. W. Carter jr., were her Mother mrs. W. Cole or. And mrs. Mack Anderson or. Anc mrs. Sammy Yarborough and daughter Judy and mrs. Vann Hobbs of Timmonsville or. And mrs. Bryan Blackwell of Hartsville Anc mrs. W. J. Cook and son Billy of Hamlet . Among those from Lake City attending the shrine bowl game in Charlotte on saturday were or and mrs. Jack Truluck and sons or. And mrs. Cook and Chil Dren and or. And mrs. J. D. Cook son Ben. Or. And mrs. J. D Cook also spent the weekend there visiting their son in Law and Daugh Ter or. And mrs. Oregon Rogers or. And mrs. William h. Johnson son Henry returned last week from a trip to Baltimore my. Or. And mrs. H. L. Mcelveen last wednesday in Charles ton. A guest last week at their Home was or. Mcelveen s Mother mrs. T. Mcelveen of Harts Ville. It. Richard Whitlock son of or. End mrs. Edward Whitlock a received his discharge after two years in the army and returned to his Home Here last week. He has been on overseas duty in Ger match mates by Anne Adams is our printed pattern. What a sewing buy for you. One Yard 64-Inch fabric is All you need for each of there styles Short sleeve Blouse Jerkin and skirt. Make them in Jiffy time. Printed pattern 4762 misses 10, 12, 14, a 18. Blouse Jarl in skirt each lakes 1 Yard 54-Inch fabric in All Given sizes. Printed directions on each Pat Tern part. Kabir accurate. Send thirty five cents in coins for this pattern add 5 cents for pattern for is class mail ing. Send to Anne Adams Caro of Florence morning news 55, Hallern dc-pt., 243 Vust 17lh St., now York ii. N. Y. Or enl plainly name add Hess with zonk hoc and style number. I Many for the past fifteen months. Mrs. B. K. Truluck has returned from a visit in Florence with or and mrs. Julian Calcutt. Mrs. Cal cutt is getting along nicely. Mrs. E. Davenport left last week for a visit in Spartanburg with relatives. Mrs. Ii. E. Hanna has been a patient at the medical College hos Pital in Charleston. Mrs. A. Moore returned thurs Day from Columbia where she has been for the past two weeks visit ing mrs. A. Davis. Or. And mrs. Lester Webb of Charleston were the recent guests of or. And mrs. Hoyt Carter. Miss Betty Moyer who has been Here visiting her parents or. And mrs. R. E. Moyer has returned to Statesboro ga., where she will finish out her work this month at the Bullock county Hospital. She will then go to Durham . To enter Duke University s postgraduate school of Anaesthesiology. Miss Moyer is one of eight Stu dents selected this year to take the course which lasts for 18 months. Or. And mrs. John King returned Home last week from a three weeks visit i Little Rock Ark. Recent guests of or. And mrs. R. L. Coleman were or. And mrs. K. W. Leland and family of co Lumbia. Mrs. D. W. Brake has returned to her Home after being a patient at the Mcleod infirmary in Flor or. And mrs. Douglas Bowers and sons Frank and John have returned to their Home in Char Lotte ., after spending several Days Here with her parents or. And mrs. W. Frank Sims. Or. And mrs. A. E Koonce and children spent the past sunday in Rains with her sister mrs. H. Turner. Or. And mrs. J. A. Eaddy were in Columbia attending a masonic banquet monday evening. Jimmy Davenport son of or. And mrs. J. Davenport was in Charleston Friday As a guest at the birthday party on the Lucky two ranch to program. Mrs. J. L. Neale left saturday for her Home in Sumter after a month s visit Here with1 her Mother mrs. Ben . Neale s Hus band who is an Engineer with Douglas aircraft returned to sum Ter monday from Japan where he had been for the past month on special duty. Or. And mrs. Bill Huggins have returned to their Home in Jack Sonville Fla. After a visit Here with his parents or. And mrs. M. T. Huggins. Mrs. T. F. Everett arrived Sun Day from Blackwell for a week s visit Here with her Mother mrs n. H. Forester. Mrs. T. T. Rogers and daughter Martha have returned from co Lumbia where they attended the wedding of her Nephew Arthur Mcnulty and miss Betty Parrish. While there they also attended a family reunion held at the Home of her neice mrs. William Shulls. Bride elect entertained special o the news t1m.moxsville miss Annie Hull Atkinson Bride elect of dec. 21. Was enter gained Friday even ing with a Kitchen Shower Given 3y mrs. Mamie b. Stokes. Mis. Sam Stokes mrs. Mary Dean Lynch mrs. William h. Stokes. Upon arrival. Miss Atkinson was presented a Novelty Corsage of kit Chen utensils. Christmas Decora Lions were featured throughout the ome. Bridal games were played after which the hostesses served refresh . The lion rec was presented an array of gifts. Seventeen guests were present. Coker beauties Coker College s new Beauty court boasts a cosmopolitan accent. The Palmetto state can Lay claim to six o f the seven Campus lovelies but the other hails from Greece. Freshman Anne Hancock of Greenwood Forth from left won the Beauty Crown this year in school wide Beaury Cutie Competition staged annually by the Hartsville College yearbook. The 18-year-old Brunette paced All r rivals among 20 pairs of contenders. Flanking her Are top Beauty runners up named court attendants. The 1957-58 Beauty court includes left to freshman fiery papa Antonakis Athens Greece Junior Frenchie Taylor Florence Sophomore Jeuel Gillam Charleston Queen a nne Hancock freshman Susan Martin Aiken Junior Sharon Bennett Jefferson freshman Lillie Easterling Beaufort and senior Patricia Clark Winnsboro. Announcement of twin Beauty and Cutie courts of contest Honor winners and Coronation of the top ranking duo traditional y highlights a Coker Christmas dance. Dorothy Dix says much ado about nothing annual class party held special to the news Timmonsville the gleaner s sunday school class of Lake swamp Baptist Church met for its annual Christmas meeting dec. 5 with mrs. Durward Copeland at the Home of her Mother mrs. J. W. Redick. Mrs. David Jordan president of the class opened the meeting by having the class sing silent mrs. Milton Anderson teacher of the class expressed appreciation for the work done by the class members during the year and for their Fine spirit of love sympathy and cooperation. The class president voiced the gratitude of the class members j i for the wonderful lessons prepare de by mrs. Anderson during the year and for the splendid Way she has Lead the mrs. Anderson has served both efficiently and faithfully As teacher of the class for a number of years. Mrs. Durward Copeland was in charge of the program and told a Christmas Story of Ben David the after singing Joy to the the class played several Christmas games directed by mrs. Edell Sansbury. Refreshments were served by the j hostesses. Twenty three members attended the meeting. Dear Dorothy Dix do you think it s proper for a respectable married Man to drive alone with his Secretary to a business show the drive would take about an hour. Would it be considered pro per for them to Stop off and have lunch would a respectable mar ried Man of character who is in love with his wife do this sort of thing the Man is 45, the girl 20. Dear Clarice this smacks of much ado Tibout Are you the wife of this highly inspected citizen or a Well meaning Friend who wants to stir up Trou ble if a Man lets his Secretary Lake a train or bus to a meeting that is to his advantage for her to at tend i m afraid he would t have the Secretary very Long. And a Good Secretary is a rare and valuable thing today. There is Noth ing wrong in his driving her to the show or stopping off for lunch. Evil in this Case is quite definitely in the Eye of the beholder. Furthermore since the two Are to Gether most of the Day wily evil about a few hours away from the office if they had anything wrong in mind believe me they d find time to pursue it in the office. So lady quiet your suspicions. Dear Dorothy Dix when Garry and i were freshmen we went together but broke up a year later. We both were too stubborn to give in although i m sure we loved each other. Then Garry met Donna and i met Pete with whom i now go steady. Garry does t want me to be Happy. He is ing to make me break off with Pete though be still goes with Donna. Jill dear Jill Are you sure you Aren t getting a kick out of hav ing two men fighting Over you if you know which one you want stick to your Choice and warn the 1 Lee baby or. And mrs. Hubert m. Lee of Coward announce the birth of a daughter Belinda Jean dec. 0 at the Bruce Hospital. Other fellow off. Making up your mind is the important Point Here. Send your problem to Dorothy Dix. Be sure to stamp cd self addressed envelope and address her care of this news paper. Bess Cottingham Florist Flowers for All occasions 167 West Cheves 2nd door West of Mcleod infirmary. Tel. Day 2-4501 Nile 5581 Mote Sci Lyl Lay away Deposit reserves her Singer now for Christmas delivery Singer sewing Center Ltd to phom Book i Hsei sewing w Achi i Cox far 273 w. Evans St. Phone 2-4713 a of the blk Jura pro co. Beauty Cutie twin Campus Royalty newly crowned Beauty Anne Hancock 18, and Cutie Barbara Dibble 19, reign As Coker College co Queens. Miss Dibble is a Brown eyed Brownette Junior from Sumter. The twin Crown winners paced 20 pairs of contenders in Camp Swide Beauty Cutie Competition staged annually by the Hartsville s. C., College yearbook. Announcement and Coronation of the top ranking duo traditionally highlight a Coker Christmas dance. Queen Barbara won Cutie court recognition last year. Queen Anne already a Veteran titlist is also reigning miss Greenwood and miss coastal Empire. Circles meet in Pamplico special to the news Pamplico Circle no. 1 of the Pamplico methodist Church met at the Home of mrs. P. L. Cox tuesday afternoon with 15 members and two visitors pres ent. Mrs. W. W. Cain Circle Leader presided. Plans were made to Send gifts to an orphan at the Epworth Chil Dren s Home in Columbia and also o Senda gift to a Field worker com South Carolina. Mrs. W. P. Sprott presented the program for the afternoon which began with the misses Priscilla filch and Happy Poston singing a Christmas Carol. Mrs. Sprott read b passage of scripture taken from the second chapter of Luke and a Christmas prayer by Peter mar shall. In her talk the meaning of she stressed the importance of giving spiritual hings such As Good will love and happiness priority at Christmas rather than gifts of material value. Circle no. 2 of the Pamplico methodist Church met at the Home of mrs. G. K. Williams with 15 members present. Mrs. L. B. Fink Lea or. Circle Leader presided. Plans were made to visit shut ins during the Christmas season and also to make a contribution Calendar 3 meet inf a. The b. Of l. E. Hall. 3 . Ultra by Mcaron at Nollon. Cor. With in it Man . He scorch club my than r. 115 i. Colt. . I St Gran dub at mrs. K. K. Mid gird i. Iveth in. Den Chr key and mrs. Marlon , Bott rises. a Tel . Hijji and look our with in h. Kali or. 8f5 i Arlt avt., Mii. T. B. Dali ind in. E. Milim Ain Rini Bof Reitci. Cmor Ntxo child j Tui. . Actu frill bit Pirir Tami Pirty in in edict Sionil baud inf of it finl Bap ii a Vouk per k Vijil. Foj i m. Ring 1 Canh cry fifth inns hd., in. B. T. I . The Dob m gardens with mrs. J. K. and Loop re. 4 . A Torrary with my. W. N. Harrr ifl02 Cicro Xep he. 4 . Florence literary club with mrs i trend Bustey. 400 Cherokee be. . La. To the b. R. T. Will hold my parly and installation of officers at the b. Of l. K. Ilell. Thu Iise of gifts. . Let Charr with mrs. Q. W. W7 w. Palm Toto 51, mrs. Atnel miss Ellis Letb Morrison in Laius. I . Plant and Pluck Garden club Kotb jolts s. Dun 1197 Omoss or. . A Tisla Art dub Al it method let Church with mrs. Marry mrs Noih and mrs. D. Ii. Pear in .tr., Call or in nibble to attend. Please Chanla Isle. To the Lions club fund or Good fellow baskets. Mrs. A. A. Munn Iii presented a program on the Christmas Story. Mrs. Bill Herrington gave a rearing the legend of the Christ Mas others taking part were mrs. Ralph Alcele and mrs. S. L. Finklea. Gift Exchange was held by the members after which refreshments were served by the hostess. Shopper s Sentinel big roasts that Cook slowly on a wintry Day make a Homecoming or a hungry family especially Happy. While you shop Miles away from Home the built in meat thermometer on the Range will act As a Sentinel for you. The minute the roast reaches the de sired temperature the flame is turned off. It riots the most accurate Job of timing because the variables of size shape amount of fat and Bone Are eliminated. Roasts shrink less and retain More juice when cooked at Low Imper turn and carefully timed. Lamar news special to the news Lamar the Iris Garden club j was entertained with a Christmas party at the Home of mrs. Hay Reynolds. Mrs. Jimmy Gaskins and mrs. J. P. Reynolds were co hostesses. The table was decorated i by mrs. George w. Mims. She also carried out the Christmas Motif in her arrangements throughout the House. J mrs. Ruby Moore decorated the j Christmas tree. Mrs. Willie James i Carter was program chairman. I after the dinner and entertainment each member and her husband received a gift from under the tree. Mrs. Alton Jeffords entertained the Junior mothers club at Bridge i Friday afternoon. Mrs. Jerry Beas j Ley. A recent Bride was honoured mrs. Johnny Suggs scored High for the guests and mrs. Harold Andrews scored second High. Mrs. Kat Huggins scored High for the club and mrs. Greer Harris scored j second High. Mrs. Lefoy Watford scored High in Canasta. The hostess served refreshments. The Bessie Jeffords missionary Circle met at the Home of mrs. Pat Humphries on monday. Mrs. Ruby Moore was co hostess. Mrs. Lefoy Watford was in charge of the program. Taking part on the program were mrs. Louise Windham and mrs. Curtiss Chandler. The hostesses served refresh ments at the close of the meeting. Holiday Glamour flaming puddings sauces and coverages will guarantee to flame if you warm the Brandy first Over a Low flame. According to Margaret Spader Home service editor of the appliance Mann lecturers association it is or of o use a Pipkin or Loop sauce pot and to sure to wipe off any of he spirits that might adhere to to outside of the Tinli incr he Ore placing it on a Low Flamo. 1 urn the dining room lights Low ind live your achieve it it it dramatic setting. Rogerson s Garden Nursery rare outstand int camellias Park a Tony 7.110 door swags wreaths 9 Center pieces 0 poinsettias free gift avid Duvet to a iffy hff.ea.mk4l i j and j drug co discount store save at the sign of the spinning Green Light Remington Rolle tric razor Only with Trade in Only Xmas tree lights 7-ught-mult. Only 8-Light series Only 89c Fountain pens to and desk sets 20% off cigarette lighters Ronson and Zippo 51295 tobacco pouches to 20% off Toni prom Richard Hudnut permanents Only cameras movie Flash or regular 20% off electric hair dryers to 20% off Bill folds ladies men genuine leather 20% off cigarettes camels Luckiest Carton Winston l m Kent hit Parade Salem Viceroy Carton 1.00 ban deod.____69c 1.00 Mennen dead _ 69c 100 Bayer aspirin _ 49c 100 anacin tabs____89c 89c listerine.59c 59c it. Mineral Oil _ 39c 25% off on Christmas cards ribbons ties tape largest Stock Ever prescription specialists on duty at All times free delivery

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