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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - February 14, 1954, Florence, South CarolinaSunday morning february 14, 1054 the Florence morning news Florence s. C. Page 7-a mrs. H. G. Senseney miss Sandra Moore miss Sandra Moore honoree of mrs. H. G. Senseney entertaining wednesday at her Home on Jackson Avenue mrs. H. G. Sensencey complimented miss Sandra Moore Bride elect of this month wkly a luncheon. The rooms were decorated with camellias and Narcissus and to carry out the Valentine Motif the dining room table was entered an arrangement of red camellias around interlocking hearts of White Satin and net. The places of the guests were marked by bridal cards and Dainty heart favors. A Corsage of Pale Pink camellias was Given the honoree. Following the three course lunch con the hostess presented miss Moore with an engraved Silvei cake knife. Also present were the honoree s Mother mrs. J. D. Moore mrs j. M. Golf mrs Jessie Flowers mrs. W. B. Cox Kenneth Grimsky mrs. M. K. Stewart am mrs. g. Deardsley. Carlson Reeves vows pledged miss Angle Loo Reeves Daugh Ter of or. And mrs. Simeon wus Ley Reeves of Florence became the Bride of ale William Jacki Carlson . Air Force son of or. And mrs. Franklin s. Fowler of Lubbock Texas at 6 . Jan. 23 at the South Side Baptist Church past num. The double ring ceremony was performed by the Bride s pastor the Kev. James Mcleod in the presence of friends and relatives. The Bride wore ii dress of Navy taffeta with baby Blue accessories and a Corsage of White carnations. Her Only ornament was a Rhine Stone necklace. Mrs. Carlson received her Edu cation in the Florence City schools and until her marriage was associated with the Florence news company. Or. Carlson received his Educa Tion in the schools of Lubbock and Texas a. And m. College. He is stationed at Shaw Field. The couple Are residing at 205 Highland ave., Yuniter. Mrs. Mceachin shows club How camellia grafted mrs. P. H. Mceachin talked to the Cherokee nose Garden club on grafting camellias. She illustrated her talk step by step by do ing a graft Light there so the members could see the exact procedure. She also presented each member a camellia from her Gar Den. Mrs. W. P. Barnes hostess and presiding officer opened the meet ing with a prayer. Mrs. Larry Ralston was asked to make an arrangement on the Orbana Man Ner for the club s entry in the forthcoming camellia show. Mrs. John Stewart and mrs. Bert Finklea were appointed to the executive committee. Mrs. Barnes served Apple Pic wit i Coffeo. Guests for the morning were mrs. W. C. Stoner mrs. Sadie Bolyn and mrs. W. E. Poston. Southern Baptist missionaries the Rev. And mrs. J. Frank Mitchell an their children who recently arrived in Florence from Temuco Chile to spend a furlough. Mrs. Mitchell is the for Mer miss Margaret Pattillo daughter of or. Urban Pattillo and the late mrs. Pattillo. Or. And mrs. Mitchell have been in Chile for 10 years. All their children were born there. They Are left to right Johnnie Margaret Alice Henry and Grace. Mrs. Guy Gibbons Circle hostess Turbeville the Winnie Vause Circle of the ladies Audi iary of horse Branch Baptist Church Turbeville held its regu monthly meeting feb. 9, at he Home of mrs. Guy Gibbons. Mrs. George Gibbons gave the devotional after which mrs. Ken Neth Gibbons and mrs. Alton Gib on gave talks on soul winning ind peace making. Mrs. Guy Gib or. Joseph c. Robert talks to research club or. Joseph c. Robert president of Coker College was introduced As guest speaker at the research club by mrs. E. In. Hicks. In continuation of the year s theme of study our american heritage or. Robert spoke on do Crevo Unrur s quo t Ion then is Tho american this new Man the speaker Drew his picture of the modern american by compar ing his characteristics with those of the Pioneer american Farmer. Pointing out specifically to their inventive their restless Ness optimism extravagances of natural resources and their desire to be different through their fierce made for the state meeting to be held april 22 at the Clemson House conclusion of the pro spirit of Liberty or. Robert is the author of three books and frequently contributes articles to journal of Southern his tory North Carolina historical re View and South Atlantic quarterly. Jars. J. D. Murchison was Host Ess to the club at Hor Home. Arrangements of camellias and Jonquil were used in decoration. The president mrs. W. S. Poy nor. Opened Tho meeting with the club Creed and presided Over the business session. Mrs. Claude bal lard. Huh representative to the museum urged All members to to present at the initial meeting of Tho women s auxiliary to be held saturday morning. Club. Members also invited to a reception feb. 15 honouring miss Elsie Waters paintings will be exhibited in Tho museum. Mrs. K. L. Bvrd Fino a report on Tho so fwd sex Unitive Board meeting. She stated that plans were Clemson. At Gram. Mrs. Murchison invited her guests into the dining room for refreshments. The table was can Terry with an arrangement of Rod and White carnations and snap dragons carrying out the Valentine Motif. Mrs. E. M. Hicks served congealed salad. Mrs. Poynor poured Coffee. The guests helped them selves. To cheese biscuits Sajid Ivi Clies and cakes. Guests for the afternoon Woro Vars. Joseph c. Robert of Harts Ville. Mrs. W. G. Foster mrs. D. W. Alderman. Mrs. F. K. Rhodes. Mrs. William von Spreck Elsun of Charlotte n.c., and mrs. John Drake. Gibbs he club entertained by mrs. Flowers pampl1co the Gibbs Home demonstration club held their regular monthly meeting monday night at the Homo of mrs. Jack Flowers with 15 members present. During the business meeting a Day was set aside to place Shrub Bery at the it. Klon f. W. B. Church find a committee was appointed to Purchase the shrubbery. Tha members were also reminded of the Kubies clinic which will be held in Pamplico feb. Is. Mrs. Edith Leach gave a demonstration on use of personal credit Lor family refreshments were served by mrs Evelyn Flowers assisted by mrs. Irene Flowers. The club adjourned to meet with mrs. Dewey Jones in March Modem etiquette by Roberta q. In it Rood taste for a Man to have his fingernails highly polished a. There Quile .1 difference of opinion on this subject. While Many uvin do some Mithu lilies Muntain that it is not in Gouzil clean Well kept nulls Anil me All really Nei is a when ral Liik olives is it proper to put tin Iii ire Olive into the month and flir the meat has been Mien remove tin Stone from the month a. No. The Olive should he held in the winners and nibbled off the tone. A should a woman Ever inv her Janvi s in shake a tilt it not frying pan orders a Little vinegar should be poured inn the frying pan immediately after using it. Heat Over any odor will be destroyed. Mrs. Norwood entertains class officers Darlington the officer of the Phillips Fellowship class of Trinity methodist Church my i tuesday evening at the Home of mrs. Ray nonfood on the Indian Branch Road. The meeting was called to or dim and scripture read by the Percsi or. Adrian Langston. Enron Yarborough and mrs Dent mrs Kny Norwood were appointed be devotional leaders for the Sun Day morning services. The treasurer Elton bobbins gave a report on visiting the Sirk and also newcomers. Ways in which to improve this were Dis . Refreshments were served which consisted of potato salad Pimento cheese and Ham sandwiches Swee potato pie and Coffee. At the conclusion of the meet ing Paul Phillips teacher led the closing prayer. Sausage surprises hero s a saus pc Surprise serv ing. Wrap id cooked she Loci oxus with sausage about Inch Hick. Pkg e eggs on a in an open von sting Prin then Bike in a moderate oven 350 degrees of a fire then Wash thoroughly and j for 40 to 45 minutes. Serve with Gravy made from the drippings. Keeps you Flower fresh for 24 hours Bons and mrs. Creighton Gibbons Sang a Duel. Mrs. Miller Mellette Circle presi Dent presided Over the business meeting. Projects presented and discussed for possible Circle projects were paying for hot lunch for an orphanage child and remembering the old people of the Community in special ways. Liver patties let liver patties add variety and nutrients to your meal. Brown the liver one Pound for tour serv Ings on both sides. Put through grinder with an onion. Season mix hire with one Teaspoon of Salt Anc a dash of Pepper. Form into Pat tics and Brown thoroughly or both sides in melted lard or drip pings. Cancer causes about deaths a Vear in the United states. Jane Lide Circle holds meeting the Jane Lide Circle of the first Baptist Church held their february meeting tuesday morning at the Home of mrs. J. D. Smyser with mrs. Addie Brockington As co hostess. Mrs. W. 0. Spivey presided. Mrs. Smyser opened the meeting with prayer mrs. Evans Folline Wai welcomed As a visitor. The Community Mission project for the month is to visit the unchurched and the unsaved and to take Valentines to the crippled children s Home. Mrs. J. D. Rivers closed tilt meeting with prayer. A social hour followed. An earthquake which hit Char Leston . In 1886 was Felt in Chicago and Boston. Sue Burton Shoppe 378 West Evans Street was t our dresses and suits Beautiful at the fashion come in and see More of them. We Are open All Day where Well dressed women shop so thoroughly effective in keeping underarms dry and checking doors it protects your Charm and dainties a for 24 hours so soft gentle to skin delicately you la prefer in always want Flower lovers to know that we have in Alliy Well budded plans priced to fit anybody s by Dyrol. Toluse plants were grown in our own South Carolina soil. Azaleas 29c up Sansa guas 59c up camellias.97c up also Lisiec Tulip Mii Kolins Linfon i Holly Dnn inn Lindi Nnoli Nias ton Olive Mill Keil in a rid i y Rancan Lului my i t axiniiliu1 i rices. Long acre camellia shop mrs. Sam Worrell mrs. Helen Price diagonally across from Circle drive in theatre one Block from five Points at the Cost of commonplace groupings select your own pieces and covers from distinctive styles it is an easy and satisfying experience to select individual but harmonizing from firs Fine covers and colors con Wiite n a Choice that Oletz. And the every detail of finest Frame Tion web Ond Coil Beautiful tailoring and Lovely finish of solid monogamy cd other furniture the Best we be found for the reasonable prices. Of exquisite displays the Brood cover choices available Ond visualize Yow item Yow earliest your living room Ben or sunroom will reflect m and your Way of life completing rooms in Yow How will establish you and yours in rounding that will ivly alone. 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