Florence Morning News Newspaper Archives Dec 18 1957, Page 6

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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - December 18, 1957, Florence, South CarolinaWednesday morning december be Florence morning. News Florence s. C. Page _ _ _ one Chect entertained Timmonsville miss Annie Buth Atkinson Bride elect was honoured sunday by members of the Young ionians auxiliary of the first Baptist Church with a candlelight and to hearthside service at the Home of in. And mrs. W. A. Belts. Miss Marilyn Kirby Sang Sless mrs. Tally t. Hill. Y. W. A. Direct in of the Welch Baptist Church assn., presented miss at Kinson a White Bible in behalf of the business woman Circle no. 1 and no. 2, who Are sponsors for the y. W. A. The Rev. Urban h. Pattillo Dis missed with prayer. Society Hill social news society Hill mrs. Winters of Annapolis md., has been spending ten Days in society Hill after being in Jacksonville fla., for five weeks. Mrs. Winters is the wife of the late commander Theodore Hugh Winters . Navy arid the Moth. Or of Captain t. H. Winters jr., . Navy both of whom were born in society Hill. Captain Winters who is an Avi. Etor is presently stationed for e tour of Shore duty at the Penta gon. Washington d.c., in the department of defense. Mrs. Winters is the sister of Admiral m. H. Bassett . Navy retired of Newport r.i., and the aunt of it. M. S. Bassett u. Navy aviation and of midship Man f. E. Bassett who graduates in june from tie . Naval Aca Demy in Annapolis. In May court miss Rosalind Sallenger daughter of or. And mrs. De Sallenger or. Of Florence has been elected to the Winthrop College May Day court by her Sophomore class. Rosalind was in the May court in her freshman year and is a former freshman Queen at the South Carolina col lege for women. City club Corner Fine arts mrs. George Glass and mrs. B. T. Davis entertained the Fine arts literary club at the Home of the modern etiquette q. Is it True that women Are shaking hands More than they for Merly did a. Although society still does not require it women Are shaking hands More than they used to. And i m All in favor of it. Nothing can take the place of a sincere handclaps when meeting a Friend or acknowledging an introduction. Q. Should birth announcements be mailed to everyone including those whom you have already told Over the Telephone a. No Only to friends and relatives whom you have not told. Q. Should toothpicks be placed on the dinner table a. Certainly not since it is not Good form to be seen using a tooth pick in Public they do not have any place on the table. Surprise her this year with a Singer choose it yourself Singer makes k easy Here s what you Dot who Geti the Surprise what you plan to spend Tad Whit terms suit your pocket when you d like delivery ormer on Friday morning. A Rev no guests were greeted with in tune Jingle Bells each time door was opened. Christmas decorations throughout the rooms dded a note of Holiday cheer. Mrs. Gluss invited members and Cir guests into the dining room Here an assortment of sweets As served Buffet style from an a pointed table. Mrs. Hugh Shrum poured Coffee. Presiding during the Brief Busi Ess session was the president is. Shrum who called on be visiting District direct mrs. J. R. Wolff to Lead in Rayer. Books were donated to the Barry of the Delmae Heights school. New members welcomed vere mrs. L. R. Perry and mrs. C. A. Shocks. Mrs. George Hill presented a Aried program. She introduced tests mrs. David Burns mrs. C. Kennelh Grimsley mrs. S. V. R of t and mrs. M. L. Brockington. Irs. Burns told a narrative poem entitled a woman wrapped in silence taken from the Book by father John w. Lynch. It told Hie Lory of the birth of Christ. At Jiter Vals during the Reading mrs. Rims Ley Sang songs accompany ing herself on the piano. Home demonstration agent mrs. Oster showed gifts novelties and decorations that could be made sing Many items found in uie ome. Mrs. Brockington gave several ints on Home decorating that Ould apply to any season of the ear. A miniature Sleigh full of wrap de presents was drawn into the Lusic room and a gift Exchange Rought the meeting to a close. Irs. 1. S. Rainwater or. Was a West of mrs. Glass. Evening literary the december meeting of the evening literary club was held riday evening at the Homo of mrs. G. Bellinger with Elizabeth Morrison and mrs. Rol Inger. Hostesses. Mrs. J. M. Davis president pre sided. Mrs. Jennings run Cimon was program chairman and presented j he following Christmas musical program mrs. B. D. , accompanied on the piano by mrs. W. D. Harper Sang Jesu Bam mrs. R. B. Freeman Ren dered two selections from Handel s Messiah. Mrs. L. H. Dubose and Here s what do show you Complete selection suggest the Singer that is right for your budget arrange convenient budget Irmi gift wrap and deliver per your Slop in of have you heard miss Louise Lovelace of san Francisco calif., arrived saturday by plane to spend the Christmas holidays with her parents or. And mrs. John Lovelace. Accompanying her was her grandmother mrs. Moultrie Epps of Lake City who has been visiting with her for the past six months. Mrs. Lichard Baker of Sumter and s. W. G. Shipp were visitors of their Mother mrs s. W. G. Shipp. Or. And mrs. W. E. Bate and mrs. H. L. Coup Mother of mrs. Bate spent the weekend in Arling ton and Orange va., visiting relatives. Mrs. A a. Medlin has just re turned from new York where she visited her granddaughter and family it. And mrs. F. E. Mason. Mrs. Mason is the former miss Betty Brown of Florence and Bennettsville. While returning mrs. Medlin visited her son Ster Ling in Richmond va., and also stopped in Rocky mount n.c., to visit friends. Or. Jacob a. Spanier was Dis charged from the . Navy sat urday morning and is staying with his parents or. And mrs. Louis Spanier. Or. Spanier s wife har Riet and daughter Beth Ruth came also. He will practice with or. Laminar and Frank Lee at the Saunders memorial Hospital. Or. Spanier received his training at the medical College of South Carolina in Charleston. Celebrating birthdays monday were Kenneth Charles jr., Betty Gene Warren Granville Ward Alice Bowie Marsha Kay Beasley and Louis Wright. Ann Marie Nofal celebrated her birthday yesterday. Celebrating birthdays today Are Eyvonne Stone l. 0. Yarborough James Brand John Underwood jr., Florence Martin mrs. E. Stewart Gregg Thelma husbands and Bussell Evane. Gene Stone and Charles Holland students at the University of South Carolina were Home last weekend visiting their parents. Jerry Fraser student at new Berry College is Home for the holi visiting his parents or. And mrs l. K. Fraser. Hyman baby or. And mrs. Karl n. Hyman of Florence announce the birth of a son Patrick Fitzgerald dec. 9 at the Mcleod infirmary. Mrs. Hyman is the former miss Mary o Conner. They have three Oiler children Katherine Karl n. Or. And Paul Timothy. Fore baby or. And mrs. Albert d. Fore of Florence announce the birth of a daughter. Catherine Susan dec. 11 at the Saunders memorial hos Pital. Mrs. Fore is the former Barbara Parrot of Florence. Mrs. Les Csc Sang "0 holy night White Christmas was Sung by mrs. Harold e. Fuller and mrs. Dubose Sang Sweet Little Jesus at the close of the meeting the j hostesses served refreshments. Cherokee Rose the Cherokee Rose Garden club net thursday night at the Home of mrs. T. H. Jones. Mrs. E. R. Licks president presided. The Christmas Story was read i in mrs. J. L. Stewart. Mrs. G. E. Josey Ami mrs. Riley Moseley were welcomed As guests by mrs. J licks. A nominating committee com Posel of mrs. Hicks mrs. Ste wart. Mrs. Conner and mrs. C. R. Parrott was appointed by the president. At the conclusion of the Busi Ness session. Airs. Connor read a Laper on Christmas decorations Christmas decorations were i Rouglin to the meeting and voted on by the members and guests. Mrs. Parrott won first mrs. Jones second and mrs. Steward third. Refreshments were served Dur no the social hour. 24 hours a Dat be All kinds of weather we ready to respond to any Call Waters funeral Home hurry Only 24 Ria Victor Lyons table radios left now is this Low priced table radio deep Rich Golden Throat tone. Printed circuits give More dependable performance and longer life. Beautifully styled fits with any decor. Operates on at or do. Finished in four smart decorator colors Pink Green Black or antique White. Model 8x6 Deleon Finklea 400 West Cheves Florence s. C. Have a. Oink try sewing Center if 273 w. Evans phone 2-4713 opt mrs. Club honors husbands the members of the opt mrs. J club entertained their husbands at i a Christmas dinner party monday night at the new shrine club. The tables were decorated in the Holiday Motif with of Holly and red tapers. A Turkey dinner was . Michiel and mar Ilii Kirby of turn inon Villi Sang several ducts. Mrs. L. 0. Yarborough. District of opt mrs and Ken a Lorica District governor of Popli , made Short talks. Carl Kirkley or. Thanked the members of the two clubs for All the wonderful things they have done for his wife. Term who was seriously injured in a recent Auto Mobile Accident. A idler of appreciation was read from mrs. Milhor Mac til Chanson. E. E. Veith president of the opt mrs. Club rave n resume of the club activities for Christ my which incl do dressing dolls for the Salvallon army helping n needy and n my Shine bus for my. Dlr Kulcy. Use our or cleaning or shirts min. Launderette party dresses suits hand cleaned try our deluxe cleaning Florence laundry cleaners steam since 1899 4-Quick service plants 148 n. Acline 272 a Coit 1359 w. Palmetto 700 a Irby pick up and delivery dial 2-3248 everything for a wonderful Christmas free gift wrapping open til 9 a m. Every night until Xmas ev6. Men s Broadcloth pyjamas prints solid colors full Cut Sanford Zed pair a by a men s National advertised fruit of loom and bad dress shirts each French Reg. Cuffs sizes 14-17 boys 100% interlock Orion sweaters washes easily dries quickly All popular colors so98 2 each sizes 6-18 ladies top form slips 100% opaque Nylon Tricot lace ruffle trim Reg. Value each sizes 32-40 ladies Rayon quilted bed jackets lace trim Satin Bow colors Pink and Blue each sizes so a men s. Orlon sweaters a popular colors washes easily dries quickly will not shrink or stretch regular special each sizes so a men s suede leather jackets knitted cuff Waist colors Sand rust Navy charcoal compare this jacket at 16.95 each sizes 36-44 boys suede flannel shirts Beautiful stripes and plaids Reg. Value 1 each sizes 6 to 16 ladies Outing gowns and pyjamas Beautiful prints and two tone colors gown sizes 34-48 pyjamas sizes 32-40 each ladies All Wool Winter Coats entire Stock reduced regular now Beautiful new styles colors sizes 7-15 10-20 h .i-24 a 38-51 a wonderful world of toys for All Ages hundreds 61 gift items in every department a make every Mem her of the family Happy shop and save at your Friendly Efird s department store

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