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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - February 14, 1954, Florence, South CarolinaSunday morning february 14, 1954 the Florence morning news. Florence. 8. G. Page 9-a mrs. W. P. Robinson gives Circle s devotional mrs. W. P. Robinson brought the devotional on the subject rest lit the february meeting of the Molly Aiken Circle tuesday even ing. This was followed by talks on working by Faith and i Liu Margaret fund and me made by mrs. D. W. Hill and mrs. Earl Holland respectively. Mrs. D. W. Hill presided Over the business session and announced the resignation of the Leader mrs. Margaret Long. Her successor will be elected at the March meeting. The report on Community work accomplished included a visit by several members to the Northside or. And mrs. James a. Jones if Florence announce the birth of i son James Anthony feb. 12. Nursery at which time they -1 mrs. Jones is the former miss Mem ered the children with conk Betty Rose Singletary of Florence. Ies and other goodies also Maga Zines from which to Cut pictures. The project for this month will be decided upon by the committee on Community missions. In the absence of the treasurer mrs. George King made the financial report. During the social hour Mes Dames Rupert Hancock and Albert Rodrique hostesses served a Sweet course carrying out the Valentine Motif. James Anthony Jones Palmetto he club is entertained by mrs. Howard the Palmetto Home demonstration club met at the Home of mrs. William Howard. The meet ing was called to order by the club president mrs. A. P. Graves. Mrs. Hadley Adams led the club Creed. The club made a contribution to the March of dimes. Or. Frierson of Darlington gave a demonstration on insurance. He explained the different types of life insurance available. The hostess served refreshments at the close of the meeting. Since world War ii France has rebuilt Bridges destroyed in the conflict but has to go before All replacements Are made. Of underline your Spring Silhouette life girdles and bras orm 4 by j wonderful Cire your Fig non can follow Spring s new line to comfortably in a new life Girdle and Bra by for fit you la Marvel at the Freedom giving Way a life Girdle slims the Waist flattens the to nun Tomb and smooths hips and thighs. And Jontel love the firm uplift end action free act fort of a life Bra. Styes for every figure to come he Fiedl no. 1196 life Cir la Down ?16.50 average 16 Nylon Clastic not Dastic front and Back in Nib Ibra hot in stitched run ?2.50 fashion Center where Quality is higher than Price Penney s Penney Quality is your greatest Savin crinkle Plasse prints machine washable fast colors Sanford Zed Cotton in patterns Novelty dress prints colourful sport designs conversational patterns stripes and monotones or. Brooks to be feature speaker at men s club or. Edwin Brooks will be the Ealure speaker at the regular monthly meeting of the men s Garden club of the pee Dee at . Monday at the Maple Park recreational building at the Corner f Gregg Avenue and Alexander Street in Florence. Or. Brooks will discuss some of Lis experiences with Rose culture n Florence and will offer advice or the culture fertilization and treatment of roses for the Preven Ion of diseases and insects As veil As to the selection of Rose a Florence business Man or. A roots is also a nationally known Ose expert who first began to Ake an interest in Rose culture through helping his wife with her Jarden to soon discover that he lad developed a deep love for and interest in roses on his own part. Starting with a very few varieties he now has More than too roses of Many varieties. About eight years ago or. Brooks began a Rose test program or the men s Garden club of the Dee and is now one of about Wenty testers scattered Over North America to whom each year sever Al dozen new Rose varieties Are sent by various commercial Rose growers for lest purposes. These Are sent under code numbers for sting in the various sections of the country before being named and offered to the Public or discarded if proven unworthy. Among others that or. Brooks has after testing in his Garden predicted would be acclaimed As the Rose of the year in their respective classes were the Well known a Pektas Mojave and Helen Traubel. Florence says or. Brooks has an Ideal climate and soil for roses Bue he does advise careful Selec Tion of varieties and especially Good Stock from Well established sources. He feels that every Rose Garden should have the following varieties flor1bundas Floradora la Fayette the pinocchio and Vogue climbers Crimson glory Goldilocks Paul s Scarlet pinocchio and red radiance Cut Flowers Etoile de Hollande k. A. Viktoria peace pres. Her Bert Hoover Pink and red radiance Talisman and course always the old favorite Cecile Brunner also known As the Sweet heart Rose. Or. Brooks knows Well and loves his subject and the most Amateur of Rose gardeners will be Able to learn a great Deal by hearing him recount his experiences. Pee Dee men who Are interested in Horti culture Are cordially invited to at tend and enjoy All meetings of this club. Tarantella club slates formal dance feb. 19 the Tarantella club have its Ormal dance the evening of feb. 9 at the country club. Plans Are my Cray to make this occasion n gala event for the members and heir guests. They will dance to the music of d Turbeville and his orchestra. At 11 . A four course dinner will be served. Mrs. Eugene Stone is general chairman. Mrs. A. W. Miller is the dinner chairman and mrs. Dur Vood Jones Heads the decorating Ommittee. Mrs. Uni idler o Farrell the club s president. Mrs. Bobo mrs. Robbins hostesses to music club mrs. George Bobo assisted by mrs. M. L. Bobbins entertained he members of Chopin evening club at her Home on Indian drive tuesday evening. The Home was decorated throughout with mixed Flowers. Miss Mary Harilee president opened the meeting with a Short business session. She reminded the club that the opera work shop was bringing the opera car men to Florence Marcel 20, and asked that they cooperate in Mak ing it a Success. Mrs. Rboert Bryan program chairman turned the program Over mrs. Marian Manwiller guest artist for the evening. Mrs. Man Willer gave a Short resume of the Story of Puccini s la Boheme and then presented the opera in More detail. She played and pointed out the main themes representing each character or combination of characters. Some of the dialogue was read especially that of the Clever banter among the four bohemians Schounard. Other limes she Sang and played parts of the scenes giving throughout the English translation. Recordings of. Three of the main Arias of the opera were played including Rudolph s aria your tiny hand is Frozen Sung by Richard Tucker Mimi s aria they Call me Sung by Bidu Layone and Musetta s Waltz song Sung by Mimi Benzell. Another aria the addio or Farewell was Sung and played by mrs. Manwiller As were the portion of the last act from the Entrance of the acting Mimi to her death at the end of the opera. Mrs. Manwiller stated that the role of Mimi was the one she had Learned in the original italian language. Refreshments consisting of Cher by pie a la Mode Coffee and Candy were served by the hostesses. The club welcomed As guest for the evening mrs. Lowton Dubose and mrs. James Trammel of Lake City. Mrs. Mcleod entertains study club Timmonsville the february meeting of the study club was iced at the Home of mrs. W. R. Mcleod. The club president mrs. J. H. Mcsween presided Over the meet g. It was decided that the club will co operate with the finer Caro Lina project for the Beant fir nation and betterment of Timmonsville. A committee was appointed for the purpose of nominating new officers which will be elected ii March. They Are mrs. D. L. Anderson sr., mrs. W. R. Mcleod and mrs. Duncan Mckenzie. Mrs. M. C. Cothran gave a port on the Board meeting of the a fwd. The guest speaker of the club was mrs. Harry l. Jones of Flor ence. She spoke on spreading democracy around the world she gave suggestion As to How the woman s organizations can help our country. Refreshments were served by the hostess assisted by miss mar Garet Crumpton Sara Mcleod Anc mrs. Keith Mcleod. Mrs. Alma Mccall Circle hostess mrs. Alma Mccall was hostess to the Frances Lawrence Skinner Circle of Elim Baptist Church with 10 members and one visitor mrs Willie Myers present. Mrs. D. L. Carter called the meeting to order. Mrs. Moore gave the devotional. Mrs. Percy Anderson taught the study course let s following the business period the hostess served refreshments. Free Home trial is lbs stars Godfrey Benny Sand Gleffson a in top big 21" screen America s most advanced to set look for this Vona of Aluinc trans. Perform. Luk ind i Tylij by cells lne at nit to to to Inch master line Van War lib list. Dial 6346 co. Womack Florence s. C. Florence town Beautiful the members of the Wildwood Arden club Are Happy that they an help to make Florence town Cauti tul. Last year the club members be did the project of beautifying a Center plot to the Entrance of a country club. A committee composed of mrs. Of Waters mrs e. D. Sallenger r., and mrs. Ralph Hewitt was pointed to work on the project committee supervised the meaning and the preparation of in plot of land for planting through the Courtsey of a local Arden shop they were Able to cure and Plant azaleas and Ca Ellias. A water tap was installed order that the plants could be altered during the hot dry season. The club members realized that Ispir project was not Complete Mil each Side of the club Entrance As beautified so they voted to include the Side entrances in their reject. A Rumage Sale was con acted by the club members to aise Money to help buy additional lants and pay for necessary la or. The Sale committee mrs. Water mrs. Sallenger and mrs. Hewitt have supervised the cleaning of the Side plots and the planting of two Brown Palms. They need Shrub Bery for the background on each Side so if you have any they might use please Call one of these ladies. Their plans Are underway to Plant More azaleas and Camel Lias. Yes we Are proud that our club can help make Florence a Beautiful City. We Hope you will enjoy this Beauty spot and that you will help us keep it Beautiful. Ladies night the men s brotherhood of Cal vary Baptist Church plans to have a ladies night supper meeting tuesday night. This will be held at . In the recreational room of the Church with James Rogers As guest speaker. Musical selections will be offered by Bliss Margaret King soloist and John e. Butka accordionist. Westinghouse water Heaters west1nghouse table top water Heaters Are available in 3 convenient sizes 30, 40 and 50 gallon. All carry the famous Westinghouse ten year War Ranty. The 50 gallon table top water Heater is yours for As Little As Down and Only a month. Charlie Womack co. 1954 Westinghouse food tile refrigerator Mizer to Only refrigerator with a special place a special cold for Tacic and every kind of just name the food there s a special place with special cold to keep it safely longer in this Westinghouse food file refrigerator. Of Low of a week after Down poem Tel Mumm comm cd can St Charlie Womack co. Cook s ready-t6-Wear 290 St. With a world of Spring in every line wry me color combination. Come soon o Sec our Complete collection

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