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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - February 9, 1954, Florence, South CarolinaTuesday morning february 9, 1954 the Florence morning news Florence s. C. Page 8 by j f Harvey Berin one of the prettiest skirt silhouettes of the year is the one with Middle of the Road fullness and this costume by Harvey Berin proves it beyond a doubt. The trick is the artful handling of the darts in the hip area and the taffeta skirt lining. Originally Berin showed it made of a textured italian silk with smooth Satin lining the jacket facing the cupped cuffs and bonding the Graceful off shoulder neckline of the bodice. The contrast of Tex Tures is important such As sheer Wool with faille Shantung with Satin silk and worsted mixture combined with taffeta. For sum Mer it would be fabulous made of White pique or Linen with Pale Blue Satin As the accent. Bust Waist hips size 35 25 36 inches 12 36v4 26vt 37v4 14 38 28 39 16 40 30 41 18 42 32 43 20 size 12 requires 5 1-8 Yards of 39 Inch material for dress and jacket and 1 1-2 Yards of 39 Inch material for contrast. To order pattern no. 1173, address Spadea Syndicate inc., p. 0. Box 535, dept. F-3, g. P. 0., new York 1, . State size. Send airmail handling 25c extra. Pattern Booklet no. 10, 108 pages available at 25c. Copyright 1954, Spadea Syndicate inc if menu becomes monotonous Here s Way to add variety of you re at the Point where you re serving identical meals week after week now is the time for a change. Monotony takes the fun out of cooking. There s Likely to be a sign of slackened enthusiasm at mealtime on the part of your family. It s easy to incorporate variety in your menus says Reba Staggs Home economist. For example when you buy round Steak perhaps you habitually prepare it As Swiss Steak. In addition to onion and tomatoes you might add Green Pepper rings to the meat or add olives or Mush rooms. Or you might Cut the Steak into individual Servings top with a bread stuffing and Roll. Fasten the Rolls with round wooden picks then braise the same As a Swiss Steak using water in place of tomatoes As the cooking liquid. Instead of cooking your pot roast with the usual Stew vege tables onions potatoes and car rots look to new vegetables. Try cauliflower Green Pepper rings Squash okra Sweet potatoes and fruits such and dried apricots prunes or cranberries. Seasonings can give a new touch too thyme Basil Chili powder. Prepare the pot roast without vegetables and serve with potato pancakes with Spanish Rice or with noodles Sprink led with Parsley. Let your dinner vegetables serve As a Garnish Green Pepper cups filled with whole Kernel Corn cheese topped broiled Tomato halves big baked potatoes Slit Anc filled with butter or twice baked potatoes oven browned potatoes or French Fries. Fruits such asap Ples and pears can be worked into your menu. You might fill the cavities with Jelly or mincemeat. 2-Woy Relief for dry eczema itch when itching persist due to Lack of natural skin oils. Resinol ointment gives Quick Relief Rich in lanolin it oils and softens dry skin As its six medic ants soothe fiery itching. 2-Way Relief that brings Long lasting Comfort buy at your own Price everything must go no reasonable offer refused sensational Sale of Fine reconditioned furniture most every piece looks Uke new Stock consists of bed room suites mahogany gov. Winthrop Secretary mahogany office desk 36 x 60, China closets vanities and dressing table single and double Wood Beds new plastic sofas round and Square dining room Tobies Cedar Chest Maple Chest of drawers Walnut chests children wardrobes Kitchen sets Kitchen tables Oil Cook stoves Apt. Size Gas stoves Kelvin Tor refrigerator practically new. New and used play pens All size inner Spring mattresses Flat and Coil Springs and hundreds of other articles. Sale starts monday february 8th from 9 . To 9 . Balance of week from 9 . To 6 . Hart s furniture Mart Marion Highway opposite Airport route 301 Telephone 6730 Friendship pcs meets with mrs Haynes the a pcs of Friendship Metho dist Church met at the Home of mrs. Willie Haynes with 23 Mem Bers three visitors and one new member mrs. J. L. Hudson pres ent. Following the opening hymn and prayer mrs. G. S. Streett brought the devotional message the Mas Ter Calls us to mrs. Harry Edgerton was in charge of the program. Those As sisting her in presenting it were mrs. W. E. Mcleod mrs. J. W. Edgerton mrs. Milton Walker and mrs. Monroe Garrett. During the business session members turned in the Money they had raised on the quilt. Mrs. Allen Miller received an award. Mrs. Haynes assisted by mrs. R. E. Willis served a salad course. The Maxcy Gregg chapter United daughters of the confederacy met at the Home of mrs. I. B. Brown on Park Avenue thursday afternoon the Home was decorated in red and while suggestive of St. Valentine. Mrs. T. L. Chilton president presided. Mrs. L. B. Mccutcheon led in the pledge of allegiance to the Flag of the United Stales and in the salutes to the Confederate Flag and to the Flag of South Carolina. The devotional was also Given by mrs. Mccutcheon. The news Sheet was read by mrs. J. R. Schipman. The membership cords were Given to each member. Mrs. J. M. Lewis gave a report from the meeting of the museum Board. Mrs. Sam Mace introduced Doc Tor Burns from the american museum of natural history in new York. Or. Burns gave a talk on the Home and the Bertha Mae Drose installed As worthy advisor Marion Bertha Mae Drose has been publicly installed As worthy advisor of Tho Marion As Sembly no. 4 of the order of the Rainbow for girls. Installing officers at the meeting were Mattic Faye Pace installing officer Barbara Ann Powers. Chaplain Ethel Collins. Marshal mrs. Mae Gasque. Recorder and Libby Bradley musician. Other new officers Are worthy associate advisor Marie Lane Charity Mary Lewis Harrelson Hope Sara Clark Faith Jane Nettles chaplain Mattie Faye Pace Drill Leader Rosalie Baumbarger love Jean Capps religion Phyl Lis Allman nature Becky Ballen Tine immortality Kay Ammons. Also Fidelity Judy cousins patriotism Wood service belly Edwards confidential observer Peggy Lewis outer observer Nancy Bullard musician Libby Brad Ley choir director Sylvia Ann Bryant choir. Gwen Atkinson Sara Nell Phillips Sylvia Kay hoi Den and Joy Poison Mother advisor mrs. Mae Gasque. A past worthy advisor s pin was presented to Mattie Faye Pace by Barbara Ann Powers. Special music was Given by Syl via Ann Bryant and Gwen Atkin son with Carolyn Rowell at the piano. After the installation refreshment were served. Georgian Church history reviewed guest artists Timmonsville mrs. Raleigh Jones reviewed the historic churches and old colonial Homes when she told of springtime in Savannah at the Fine arts club meeting held at the Home of mrs. J. Y. Croswell. Mrs. Freeland Ham was the assisting hostess. Mrs. 0. R. Koon conducted a contest on Trees. Mrs. Raleigh Jones was awarded a prize for naming the greatest number of native Trees. During the Short business session the club voted to cooperate with Maxcy Gregg chapter Udo entertained by mrs. Brown mrs w. D. Brooks introduced miss Melissa Higgins and miss Josie Arthur who Sang several selections including accompanying themselves on the guitar. Chapter members Sang several old Sonfist with mrs. C. M. Breedlove at the piano. During the social hour the Host Ess invited her guests into the Din in room for refreshments. The table was entered with an arrangement of red and White car nations and Silver candelabra s with burning red candles. Mrs. G. W. Woodham poured Coffee mrs. Frederick Brown served Chicken salad and the guests helped them selves to cheese biscuits cake and salted nuts. Guests for the afternoon were mrs w. J. Beasley mrs. Frank Rogers mrs. Woodham mrs. Courtney Dowlin mrs. Frederick Brown. Mrs. R. C. Higgins me Lissa Higgins and Josie Arthur. Mrs. Hill club speaker Timmonsville this is our heritage was the subject on which mrs. J Culpepper Hill spoke at the february meeting of the Tea and topic club held at the Home of mrs. C. S. Atkin son. Mrs. Hill closed her talk with the poem heritage written by Arthur Auiler Man. Or. And mrs. Clarence Hayes presented several musical selections on the clarinet and piano. Mrs. S. L. Walkup was program chairman for the afternoon. At the conclusion of the program mrs. Atkinson invited her guests Clah Ann Oliver or. And mrs. Beler Oliver of Florence announce the birth of f daughter Clair Ann feb. 4 at Saunders memorial Hospital. The finer Carolina project in. Timmonsville. The hostesses served congealed salad Ham biscuits Pound cake and Coffee. The Valentine Motif was carried out in the refreshments and decorations. A number of specially invitee guests came in for the program and the social hour. Ladies dress and casual shoes from to shop at the Cannon shoe store Florence s. C. Kimball pianos keyboard of the nation make your Home happier More attractive Tveith t Kimball piano. Kimball pianos Are precision built for outstanding performance glorious tone. Qualify standards have made the name Kim Hall famous for Over 97 years tear off Coupon below fill ouf and mail gentlemen 1 to interested in Pur Chuing t piano d a new console la q a new Bihy grind d a Slig Hilr used spinet d d new apartment site piano q a Good upright i m Kite Resico in your plan. Pm cts ind me your colourful Saulog ind other literature. Holloway music House years of piano Selling 161 South Dargan Street phone 3110 nto the dining room for refresh ments. Mrs. J. R. Woods poured Coffee and the guests helped them selves to the congealed salad Ham biscuits spiced apples and Cherry arts. The table covered with an imported lace cloth held an arrange ment of daffodils. The other rooms were decorated with arrangements of glads Narcissus camellias and Magnolia leaves. There were a number of specially invited guests among the 35 present. Benefit Bridge planned by Jaycee ettes plans for a Benefit Bridge tournament were made by the executive Board of the Jaycee ettes meet ing at the Home of mrs. Louis Marchette or. This tournament is to be held at the country club feb. 15 at 8 . Proceeds from this will be used to assist an underprivileged scout troop. Door prizes As Well As High score prizes will be awarded. Anyone desiring tickets May Call mrs. Sam Ham at 7028 or mrs. Bui Hiley at 7023. Tickets Are also being sold by All members of the Jaycee ettes. Coward he club Coward thirteen members attended the Coward Home Demon stration club meeting held in the school lunch room. Mrs. Jow sing Leary was welcomed As a new member. The devotional by mrs. Dewey Mccutcheon followed the pledges to the flags the club Creed and the singing of the club song. Mrs. Luther Carraway read a paper agriculture and its Outlook for 1954." plans for the club project were made and several joined the Home beautification contest. Mrs. Gene Sanderson gave demonstration on life insurance for the mrs. Mae Reynolds hostess for the afternoon served sandwiches banana Short cake and Coffee. Linen like fabrics fashion s exciting newcomers this Spring san Francisco fabric Southern shades of silk and sinners into Crisp creations destined steal cars at resorts tells the fashion Story and Linen like weaves arc the fashion prophecy for Spring and summer 1954. The most successful fabrics in cur rent Spring collections Are Linen weave modern living miracles of Dacron Nylon Rayon and Ace Tate. They re folded by our de and colourful to be scene now and to provide renewed excitement next summer. Creating fashions of Linen Tex tured fabrics richly rewards the designer As Well As the wearer for they achieve an elegance of line and Beauty of texture Seldom seen in other warm weather fabrics. They bring the True versatility and the first breath of Spring into our wardrobes. Moving along the Sun routes Are the High spirited Linen like Fash ions by designer Stephanie Koret of California. Seemingly zest fully de signed for a life of Day time Date time fun Beautiful fabric is trans formed into supple simplicity with wonder working modernising Dak Ralin and silk Lin. Dak Ralin is a blend of 50 per cent Dacron and 50 per cent Rayon softly draped and tailored which washes like a Wink. Stephanie Korel stresses the costume look in Spring fashions and her Dak Ralin group shows con certain and slim skirts Matching jackets and blouses undresses and a love of a shirt Lail dress. Touches of Matching Satin piping highlight the collection. Sure fire North South successes Are her fashions in silk Lin also a Linen weave in soft on. Switch around outfits for Wear everywhere Are these silk Lin separates fashioned into slim and flare skirts sleeveless shirt or camisole top a Triangle stole or a flattering classic dress for Cruis ing or commuting. 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