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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - February 1, 1954, Florence, South CarolinaMonday morning february 1, 1954 the Florence morning news i Orenco. 8. C. Page 3 society news devotional scripture a Man s life consist eth not in Tjie abundance of the things which he Possehl. Luke prayer our heavenly father we know thai stir thoughts words and deeds Are As an open Book before thee. Help us to expand our minds and hearts so that we May enjoy More of the riches to be found in Christ s life and teach Ings and so have an abundant and victorious life Lii his name. Amen. Thought for the Day Man look eth on the outward appearance but the lord look eth on the the upper room Calendar deadlines 1 Calendar 6 . Thursday 2 personals 3 . Daily noon saturday 3 club Church party news within two Days after event 4 weddings pictures engagements for sunday Publica Tion 3 . Wednesday 5 other items for sunday paper 1 . Friday. Library hours will be As Fol lows monday thru Friday 9 . 1 . 3 . 6 . . . Museum hours will be As Fol lows 2 . 6 . Sunday through Friday. Monday 10 . Garden Council at the Library. Each club is asked to have a representative there As important business is to be Dis cussed. . Camellia Garden club will meet in the dining room of the country club. Mrs. Ernest Street hostess. 4 . Association of College worn is it Huosun controlling Lucky Lucky or. In at the Home of mrs. G. W. Bellinger. Miss Mary l. King hostess. . Excl Ian class of first Baptist Church with mrs. S. M. Webb 109 e. Elm St. 30 . Phebean class of first Baptist Church with mrs. D. A. Oakes 403 Park ave. 8 . Christian Home Circle with mrs. Emmitt Wells 822 w. Evans. Mrs. H. G. Merriman or. Assisting. 8 . Lorena Kelly Circle with mrs. J. Y. Mckinney 1014 Jack son ave. 8 . Samaritan class of first Baptist Church with mrs. Wood Row Moore Hoffmeyer Road. 8 . Dorcas class first Baptist Church with mrs. W. B Davis 500-p Park ave. 8 . Reception for w. M. Hal Scy and Corrie Mccallum artists at the Florence museum . Faithful workers class of first Baptist Church with mrs e. L. Byrd 900 Gregg ave. . Lydia Bible class of first Baptist Church at the Home of mrs. J. M. Truluck. Group Iii hostesses. 8 . Fidelis class of first Baptist Church with mrs. T. L. Howie 504 Graham. Officers will meet St . Same place . Bethany class of first Baptist Church with mrs. Clifton Green 802 Gregg ave. Group in. Hostesses. 8 . Berean class of first Baptist Church at the Home of mrs. E. E. Hubbard. Mrs. Reese Campbell s group hostesses. 8 . Samaritan class of first Baptist Church with mrs. Wood Row Moore Hoffmeyer Road. 8 . Deborah class of first Baptist Church with mrs. D. D. Fitzharris. Madison. 8 . Macdowell evening music club with mrs. C. W. Milling 31f Mcleod St. Hostesses assist ing. Mrs. Leony Matthews mrs. L. B. White. Call 7922 if unable to attend. 8 . Davis Bible class of first presbyterian Church with mrs. M. S. Grose 409 s. Graham St. Mrs. B. W. Mclaughlin As sisting. Tuesday circles of is. Paul methodist Church will meet As follows 10 . Nannie Black Circle with mrs. R. P. Hamer. Tim school lunch menus mrs. Alex Brunson in her Garden among her beloved camellias morning news photo hrs you re in newest prettiest most feminine shape of Spring is also easiest to sew of what this Princess does for you your Waist to wed Ding ring size. Choose Faill silk print or sleeveless or with sleeves pattern 4550 or. Miss sizes 11, 13. 15. 17. Size 13 takes 5 Yards 35-Inch fabric. This pattern easy to use simple to sew is tested for fit. Has com plete illustrated instructions. Send thirty five cents in coins for this 5 cents for Cli pattern for is class mailing and to Anne Adams care of Orence morning news 55, Pat dept., 243 West 17th St., new irk 11, . Print plainly ame. Address with zone and style number. Allen Worrell said or. And mrs. Howard Oliver Orrell of Florence announce the Arriage of their daughter. Hattie Janelle to or. Cyril David Allen son of or. And mrs. C. D Lien of Florence. Judge Kenneth Grimsley per irm cd the ceremony August 15 53. At present the Young couple Are aiding at the Home of the Bride s i rents. A camellia Lover looks towards camellia show Kimball pianos keyboard of the nation make your Home happier More attractive with a Kimball piano. Kimball pianos Are precision built for outstanding performance glorious tone. Quality standards have made the name Kimball famous Tot Over 97 years tear off Coupon below fill our and mail today gentlemen i interested in purchasing a piano 3 a new Conio Tete d a new baby grand n a slightly used spinet d a used bib grand q Antwan Artmont Sii piano d a Good uptight i m tolerated in your a tent Pur Haje plan. Please fld me Yout colourful Catalon and other literature. Name. Addra City Holloway music House 161 South Dargan Street by mrs. Brunson member Florence Garden club in planning for our camellia show feb. 19, 1 have been looking Over my camellias that should Bloom for the show. Have always noticed that the Backbone of any camellia show is made up of a few Good reliable glue blooded and Blue rib boned Ca Mellia families. 1 shall talk about Nisi three families. The Donc Hlaris family always stands out at the shows. The hand some head of the House the Donk himself. Has won Many Tri colors Lis College bred descendants have done equally Well. The Ville de and the new lady Kay Peony Ville Are the most Glamor Ous sports. The Louise Mcclay is l Pink sport and Elizabeth Flam no a Beautiful seedling. Eugene Lizze and mme. Chiang Kai Shek Are important relations in this fam ily of slow growers but sure Bloom ers. The mathot1ana family could stage a show by themselves bar ring a severe Winter. The Matho Tiana Rubra and variants and their descendants have also captured among the most Beautiful Flowers grown. The new Comers in this family Are Matho Tiana supreme which is Fluffy with stamens intermixed Flower Wood which has Fimbria cd petals and red won Der and Island Echo that Are deeper red Mathot Ianas. The third family and perhaps my favorite is the Chandler s elegant. None of the recent introductions have surpassed the ele Gaus. However the elegant new Pale Pink Fluffy sport c. M. Wilson. And the latest of the Chand Ler s Are Lovely additions. New seedlings and sports of this family Mcclenathan Iliff school Mon. Beel vegetable soup Pimento cheese sandwiches Riu crackers Block cake a chocolate icing milk. Tue. Creamed Chicken on bum Green Beans chilled tomatoes but Ter Coconut pudding milk. Wed. Vienna sausage baked Beans tossed vegetable salad Rolls butter Gingerbread Wapple sauce milk. Thu. Meat patties on buttered buns turnip greens buttered potatoes fruit jello a whipped Cream milk. Fri. Baked Ham candied yams june peas Rolls butter Grapefruit sections cookies Nilk. I tricks elementary school Mon. Spaghetti a meat balls to Mato sauce buttered spinach . Bread butter Peanut butter Honey Graham crackers sandwiches milk. Tue. Lima Beans wham tossed vegetable salad Rolls butter Apple Crisp milk. Wed. Barbecued beef whipped potatoes chilled tomatoes Rolls Apricot Cobbler milk. Thu. Macaroni a cheese eggs steamed cabbage spiced beets w. W. Bread butter fruit jello milk. Fri. Meat loaf a Tomato sauce buttered Corn Slaw Rolls pineapple pudding milk. Royall elementary school Mon. Meat loaf Macaroni Pic turnip greens spiced beets apri cots . Bread butter milk. Tue. Fish fillet scalloped to Matoes june peas cabbage salad butter Corn muffins peach Crisp milk. Wed. Hamburger patties on buttered buns creamed potatoes fresh Musland Peanut butter on Ritz milk. Thu. Chicken a Rice snap Beans Green salad cheese biscuit butter cake a chocolate icing milk. Fri. Barbecued beef tossed vege table salad Green butter Beans Rolls butter Sweet potato souffle milk. Mcc Nizic elementary school Mon. Stuffed eggs baked Lima Beans a cheese buttered carrots cabbage Slaw Rolls butter steamed apricots oranges milk. Tue. Hamburger patties in buns whipped potatoes sliced onions pickles Green . Orange fruit cup. Brownies milk. Wed. Sliced Ham or smothered Chicken Rice tomatoes fresh tur nip greens sliced bread Cornbread butter fruited jello milk. Thu. Pimento cheese sandwiches Black eyed peas Green salad har Gingerbread a Orange icing milk Hallec elementary school Mon. Meat pie boiled potatoes bread butter Ambrosia Peanut butter cookies milk. Tue. Baked Ham buttered Corn stewed Apricot . Bread butter Gingerbread a Lemon sauce milk. Wed Franks a Chili Mustard in buttered Rolls Lima Beans Slaw candied Sweet potatoes milk. Thu. Sliced meat loaf a Tomato sauce snap Beans mashed Brown potatoes biscuit butter chocolate pudding milk. Fri. Sliced cheese Salmon salad sandwiches stewed tomatoes on Rice Carrot strips Apple pie milk. Florence Junior High school Mon. Beef hash on Rice june peas Carrot Sticks biscuit butter Honey peaches or ice Cream milk. Tue. Steamed Franks a meat sauce onions Slaw in Rolls candied potatoes Green Beans Apple sauce or ice Cream milk. Wed. Spaghetti a meat sauce vegetable salad biscuit Corn Muf fins butter Coconut pudding or ice Cream Honey milk. Thu. Beet croquettes whipped potatoes fresh collard greens Corn muffins saltines a Peanut butter butter fruit jello or ice Cream milk. Fri. Hamburger patties in buns a Sancic sliced onion Slaw dry Lima Brand a Tomato sauce spiced beets biscuit butter Honey cake a chocolate nut Topping or ice Cream milk. Claussen news miss Mary Dale Kirven of Flor ence is the guest miss Mary Ann Jolly. Mrs. T. D. Hilliard is now making Ler Home in Columbia with her daughter miss Margaret Hilliard. Or. And mrs. Jimmy Foxworth and son and mrs. J. W. Brown of Sumter were the recent guests of or. And mrs. S. J. Mcpherson. Mrs. Herbert Ila Thiekl and Chil Dren of Slimmer spent sunday with mrs. J. J. Mcl Herson. Or. Dove Brown of has returned Home after visiting or. And mrs. Louis Mcpherson. Mrs. L. E. Kizer has As her guests Hor grandchildren. Donna and Linda Wofford of Hartsville. Their parents or. And mrs. Wal Ter Wofford Are in Atlanta ga., on a business trip. Or. And mrs. Marion Barnes have returned from a recent trip to Charleston. While there mrs. Barnes visited her daughter mrs. Kirt Kruger at it. Pleasant and or. Barnes attended a Post office meeting. Will be seen in the shows this Winter As Pink Clouds seventh heaven and Sunset glory. For Twenty years and Over 1 have been growing and living close to my beloved camellias and there Are Many others that 1 think Are almost necessary for my happiness especially my collection of White varieties. But 1 could go on Anc on. I am sure we shall enjoy the display of blooms at the Iris Vard butter confection cookies Grapefruit sections milk. Fri. Beef Stew a vegetables sliced eggs a fresh buttered spinach or Broccoli sliced bread butter Honey rim club s show the Parish Many honors in exhibition. Rosen House feb. 19. And we shall All superba the Rose Pink take our specimens and help make and Rosca superba variegated Are i our Florence show a Success. Mansville Highway . Mary Culler White with mrs. V. G. Burdell Ross Avenue . Louise Best Circle with mrs. Alvin Clarke. 1007 Edisto or. . Nina Troy Circle will mrs. Tom Davis 1019 Chestnut. Mrs. J. K. Peed assisting . Verlie Woodside Circle with mrs. W. W. Taylor 1512 Jackson ave. Mrs. E. F. Gallo gov assisting. . Wesleyan service Guild an instrument to keep with mrs. R. H. Smith 415 s. Irby. Circles of Central methodist Church will meet As follows Glenn with mrs. Mrs Lucille Kerfoot is Garden club guest speaker Timmonsville mrs. Tai Mijc Kerfoot of Hartsville guest speaker at the Timmonsville Garden club told the club that Beauty is found by harmonizing colors in Stead of contrasting them that ugliness spoils the mind just As it spoils a room and that Beauty is at the close of her talk mrs. Kerfoot displayed drapery and up hols try material samples that would add Beauty to any room. Mrs. D. 0. Holman introduced mrs. Kerfoot will be mrs. Joe Martin As vice president mrs. J. Y. Croswell As second vice president trs. Ernest Jeffords As Secretary irs. E. C. Fairey As treasurer. After adjournment the hostess sirs. J. A. Perry mrs. W. M. Cameron and mrs. J. A Mellette urged Cherry torts with whipped Ream salted nuts a and Coffee. C. J. Casque Casque hotel. Mrs. Etta Scott assisting. L . Eulalia Cook with mrs. A. J. Rainwater jr., 1224 w. Palmetto. . Rosa Saunders with mrs. E. C. Hood Darlington High Way. . Mary Bell Winn with mrs. J. M. Goff 400 Calhoun drive. . Lillian Hare with mrs. Tom Chilton 417 Poplar. . Anna Bell Williams with mrs. Edwin Osteen 1506 Jackson ave. . Lelia Epps with mrs. Hattie w. Ivey 611 s. Darjean. Mrs. B. G. Grimsley assisting. P. M. Alice Pate with mrs. George Maxwell 415 Railroad Avenue. . Ann Herbert with mrs. J. L. Wade. 1205 King ave. . Fellowship with mrs. Frank Kendall 821 King ave. 0 . The executive Board of the women of the Church first presbyterian Church will meet in the Little Chapel. 05 . Regular meeting of private duty nurses group of Florence registered nurses will meet in the Hospital Library. 30 . Emu of first Baptist Church will meet in the Sanctuary. . Circle no. 3 of St. Luke s lutheran Church with mrs. J. A. Self 606 w. Palmetto. Mrs. W. A. I Etner. Assistant. To her audienct1. With mrs. Cleo Young presiding the meeting was opened with the lord s prayer. Plans were discussed relative to the Flower show the club will co sponsor with the Sardis Garden club and the Junior matrons Garden club. Mrs. Hallie c. Anderson was elected to the presidency for the incoming club year. Serving with mrs. Morris entertains Circle the Lily Morris Circle held it regular monthly meeting at the Home of mrs. Pauline Morris thursday night. The meeting was pre sided Over by the president mrs. Lillie Floyd. The scripture Reading was Given by miss Frankie Sanders. Mrs. Lucille Mcgee led the group in a biblical quiz Prog Arr was held. Miss Dorothy Powers Bride Doc of february was presented wit a hostess Robo and pair of Slipper As a Trousseau gift Frorer the Circle. During the social hour n Swee course was served by the hostess assisted by mrs. Becky Tippit. We Are offering what we think is the Best buy in Florence . Good tenderloin Steak tossed salad baked or . Idaho potatoes Edwin Turner s hush Pupp is cell i m r i hot biscuit and hic k e n 8utter Basket Charleston Highway mull ins news muli.1ns or. And mrs. Carl Tel pick entertained at a Buffet supper followed by Bridge Friday night at their Home on Proctor steel. The living room was Deco rated with colourful Spring Flowers. In the dining room an arrange ment of fruit was used on the table. There were three tables of Bridge in play. The men s was awarded to or. Henry Randolph. The indies prize was awarded to mrs. Henry Randolph. Mrs. Gary Edwards or. Called Bingo. Fields weaving service locally owned a operated Moth holes Burns tears expertly re Woven jog Evans Street phone 4327 free estimates Ordinary cleaning when us More i perspiration vanishes a All spots gone better press lasts longer completely odourless let our Miracle semitone dry cleaning make your clothes look like new again Here s a new kind of dry cleaning that gets out the stubborn grime Ordinary dry cleaning does t touch. Our san Tonc service restores colors and patterns to original Beauty and brilliance and it costs no More than Ordinary dry cleaning. Phone 6313 White Swan dial Mil curb service dry cleaning storage make it a Westinghouse Kitchen for 1954 Hern arc some of the appliances which make Lor a dream i fully automatic laundromat fully automatic dryer.169.95 40" full sized range.199.95 8 cd. It. Refrigerator 199.95 come in soon and learn How easy it will he for you to own the above work saving appliances. Any one of these wonder workers can be delivered Lor As Little As 520.05 Clown and a month. Charlie Womack co. Designed for today s living for today s budget Baldwin proudly presents this new Beautiful acro sonic in Lustrous mahogany featuring the same world famous full blow action that has made acro sonic the most wanted of All spinet style pianos. No More will we have to say sorry we can not furnish you with Baldwin for thirty to sixty Days. This year we can furnish our customers promptly with every Baldwin Model spinet or grands in the line. The Baldwin company has completed one of the finest Organ manufacturing plants in Amer Ica which has Given Back space in the piano fac tory thousands of Square feet in which to build pianos and now we have the privilege to serve our people with styles and size of their Choice without hesitation. More Good news. Since we have established a Branch store in Columbia we have added the Mason Hamlin Winter and Winter Musette together with Chickering Geo. Steck and other famous lines. No we Are not the oldest or the largest piano House in the country however we will Guaran tee one thing that we will sell you the Best for less. Now let us prove it. Come to see us and let s talk together and learn what you can Best afford out of our huge line of the world s finest pianos. We have helped thousands let us help you. Banning music store 374 w. Evans St. Florence s. C. Dial 6962

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