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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - February 20, 1954, Florence, South CarolinaSaturday morning february 20, 1954 the Florence morning news Florence s. C. Page 8 society news devotional scripture he guides me by True paths As he himself is True. Psalms Moffatt prayer eternal father thou Hast promised to Lead thy peo ple in what is right and to cause thy holy Light to Shine Forth upon the righteous. Grant us Grace this Day to entrust ourselves to thy guiding hand and Eye. A or Jesus Sake. Amen. Thought for the Day i will guide thee with mine the upper room Baptist business women hear of migrant problem several members of the Young woman s auxiliary of the Emu of tile first Baptist Church were guests of the Elizabeth Gray Circle thursday evening and presented a discussion of the problem of migrants in the Southern Baptist convention. Misses Sarah Jones Beverly Jones and Marjorie Nolan pictured groups travelling from one area of the country to another in the Gath ering of crops working with the Rea. Gas companies or Oil Fields or building today s Mammoth Industrial and defense plants. We have an illustration of this situation in South Carolina where some men Many with their families Are building the a bomb Plant near Aiken. Much of America is on the move and they Are leaving god behind. Thus meeting the need of the migrant is a Gigantic task for the Home Mission Board. Preceding the discussion. Miss Bess Wiggins brought a devotional thought from the 10th chapter of. Luke even As you did it unto the least of miss Joan sing Leary Sang take the name of Jesus with miss Thelma husbands was pro Gram chairman. During the business session pre sided Over by miss Juanita Hill a report from the state Bic federation convention was heard. Miss Evelyn Baroody stated the Conven Tion has accepted the invitation to meet in Florence in january of 1955. Dinner was served by the Ber tha Smith Circle with the invocation Given by mrs. J. M. Truluck adviser. City federation of women s clubs hold meeting at Public Library the its federation of women s clubs met yesterday morning at the Public Library. Mrs. Hazel gee made an announcement of a citizens meeting to be held March 19, at Mcclenan Ghan High school. She said that the purpose of the meeting is to hear the report of school District 1 for the year and to elect three school Board members. She urged All taxpaying citizens to attend the meeting and to vote. The federation moved to accept the motion that each Federated club will act As hostess for the exhibits and activities of the Flor ence museum. A fresh air Camp committee composed of mrs. E. L. Bryan mrs. L. G. Truluck mrs. James Mcleod and mrs. Jimmy rain water was appointed. It was moved that the Federated clubs help the music clubs in their Effort to buy a piano for the museum. They also decided to ask the school Board for blinds for the club room of the Library. Miss Margaret Ervin spoke to the group about the hed Cross. She said that the red Cross National budget this year is lower than that of last year. She explained to the group the eight classified groups of service of the red Cross she announced that the annual red Cross canvass will be made the first two weeks in March. Mrs. A. K. Hoffmeyer presi Dent of the federation presided Over the meeting. Mrs. Jack Nye entertains Mullins Dar Mullins the Blue Savan nah chapter of the daughters o the american revolution held their february meeting with mrs. Jack Nye. Mrs. E. T. Mcmilan was Leader of the program that entered around the life of George washing ton and his Home my. Vernon. As sisting mrs. Mcmillan with the program were mrs. J. H. Dixon and mrs. George Dudley. Sew easy outfit friends of George h. King will x sorry to know he is a patient t Saiu iders memorial Hospital. Miss Florence Baroody a student to Converse College is spending the weekend with her parents or. And mrs. N. B. Baroody. Mary Jane Pierce and Peggy Lall is spending the weekend at Clemson College where they at ended the mid Winter Ball. Mom this is for your daughter Shell look like a Princess on easter sunday. Capelet takes the place of a Spring coat can be worn Over Many things. Sew easy Side scams. Dress has a Jaunty Collar cuffs whirling skirt. Pattern 4735 girls sizes 6, 8. 10, 12, 14. Size 10 dress 2v2 Yards 35-Inch Yard contrast. Cape 2 cards 54-Inch fabric. This pattern easy to use. Simple to sew is tested for fit. Has com plete illustrated instructions. Send thirty five cents in Coin for this 5 cents for each pattern for is class mail ing. Send to Anne Adams care of Florence morning news 55 pattern dept., s43 West 17th st., new York 11, . Print plainly name address with zone size and style number. Serve them hot cold cuts make a hit server hot too. Pantry slices for break fast or for lunch. Let them give a meaty touch to casseroles. For example serve cer Velat with Seal loped potatoes Salami with Spag Hytti. Carving ease carving is simplified if the Roas is firm. Accomplish this by allow ing a Small roast to set in a warm place for about 15 minutes after roasting and before carving a Large roast from 30 to 45 minutes an announcement we Are changing the name of the lady in waiting shop to that of Milady s with the change in name we Are adding a Complete line of non maternity sportswear ranging in sizes from 10 to 20. In our sportswear department we will be offering to the Public Many popular name brands formerly offered by miss Vaughan s shop. This sportswear will Range in Price from up in the maternity department we will continue to carry a Complete line of maternity clothes ranging in Price from to watch this paper for further news about this shop. In the meantime visit us at 136 South Dargan Street in Florence. Milady s sportswear and maternity clothes 136 South Dargan Street Florence South Carolina personals friends of mrs. I. E. Elmorn or. Will be glad to know she is recuperating at Bruce Hospital following an illness. Evans Holland student at of Ord College is the guest of his parents or. And mrs. L. L. Hol land this weekend. Or. And mrs. Julian Price have returned from Washington . Where they spent several Days. Miss Tallulah Burgess of Washington ., is spending the week with her sister and brother in Law or. And mrs. T. B. Haynsworth or. Friends of miss Martha Ann Haynes will be sorry to know she is a patient at Bruce Hospital. Billy Haynsworth and John Mecks of California both students at Wofford College Are spending the weekend with or. And mrs. T. B. Haynsworth jr., parents of or. Haynsworth. Calendar deadlines 1 Calendar. 8 . Thursday 2 personals. 3 . Daily noon saturday 3 club Church party news within two Days after event 4 weddings pictures Una figments for sunday Publica Tion 3 . Wednesday 5 other items for sunday paper 1 . Friday. Library Houks will be As Fol lows monday thru Friday 9 . 1 . 3 . 6 . . . Museum hours will be As Fol lows 2 . 6 . Sunday through Friday. Ancient Rome kept Standard weights and measures for the Empire in one of its temples. Mullins history feature of woman s club program Mullins a feature of the february meeting of the Mullins woman s club was a report made by mrs Jack Nash chairman of the committee selected to compile a history of the town of Mullins. Mrs. Nash gave some of the de tails of the Early history of mul Lins. She read an article written by the late Rev. M. M. Byrd in 1869 describing the size of the town at that time and also a letter from Noah Cooper of Nashville Tenn a former resident of Mullins who gave his impression of the town in 1878, when his family moved Here from lorry county. Exec fits were also read from the history of Marion county writ ten by the late w. W. Bella is. Some of the older members pres ent at the meeting gave some interesting facts and reminiscences of Mullins in its infancy. Mrs. W. V. Mccall in the absence of the president mrs. Har vey Poole presided during the Busi Ness session. A nominating com Mittee composed of mrs. J. O. Edwards mrs. Julius e. Cark and mrs. Arthur Reeder. Was named to select a roster of officers for the coming club year. If the Coffee pot is defective in any Way Nib a Little butter around the tip of the spout and the liquid will pour properly without run Ning Down the Side of the to 1 b Elk s Etter us week end plus s and h Green Stamps store hours 9 to 6 daily ladies Cotton dresses better made better fitting House dress. San fori Zed fast color washable Cotton. Sizes 14 to 52, to 24 Vij. Ladies hats new Spring styles and col ors. Swiss straws faille and braids. Tiny shapes to complement your new Spring outfits. I98 to pedal pushers l a d i r s Corduroy pedal pushers. Good Quality pin Wale Corduroy with draped legs. Wide color assortment. Sizes 12 to 18. 2.98 ladies Cotton slips straight Cut Sanford Zed cot ton slips. Eyelet trim top and Bottom. Shadow panel. Sizes 32 to 44. Value. Briefs panties Lour wearing extra soft Iii panties Anh briefs. Colors while and Pink. Sizes medium i rec and extra Largo. To 79c values new Spring bags Hose sheer nylons. Pair and a spare. First Quality. 51 Guage 15 denier. Reigning Beauty Brand 94c pair in spare new Spring bags. Plastic calf Pat ent and faille. Black red Navy Sand turf and Green. See these new arrivals 1.59 plus tax ironing boards Large size sturdily built folding Type Iron ing boards with padded tops. Lovely Nylon curtains 100% Nylon Marquisette curtains resistant to sunlight completely mildew proof size 40x87 inches 3.98 Yard goods specials first Quality mercerized narrow Wale Corduroy cd. Good heavy weight Terry cloth solid colors checks stripes 98c cd. Baby pucker Nylon White Navy and pastel colors cd. Permanent finish organdy 39 inches wide seconds Short Short lengths. 29c cd. Unbleached Homespun 39 inches wide special 16c cd. Men s sport shirts wonder blend with Dacron. Long sleeve sport shirts. Spread Collar two breast pockets. Saddle stitched. Pastel Grey Green Blue and Tan. Men s new Spring Slacks Wool and Dacron blends. All Wool flannels Rayon flannels and Wrin Kle resistant gabardine. Sizes 28 to 50. Conservative styles and High styles with Patch pockets and Welt seams. Boys reversible jackets water rep Plant spot and corns a resistant jackets. Fully reversible. Solid colors and checks. Sizes 10 to 20. Boys Spring Slacks Fin Yon flannels wrinkle resistant excellent selection of solid colors and checks. Sizes 2 to sizes 4 to sizes 12 to 20 to one big table selected from Stock Square cot ton prints Cham b r a a Gingham p 1 i s s a Broad cloth Batiste and Many other fabrics. Values to 59c. 4 yes. 1.00 children s Cotton dresses new Spring pique polished Broadcloth and chambray dresses in a wide variety of colors and styles. Sizes 1 to 3, 3 to 6, 7 to h. Children s Cotton slips Nice Quality Sanford Zed Cotton slips Elas tic Waist line lace and ruffle trim. Sizes 2 to 14. S men s work shirts one lot Mon s work shirts. Sweet Orr and other Good makes. Broken sizes. Were and 2 Rose Bushes Field grown Rose Bushes. Two years old. Fresh from the Field. Assortment of five 2.98 1.00 Belk s we give s and h Green Stamps hours 9 to 6 daily men s work pants Sanford Zed Khaki and Grey work pants. Red Camel Brand. Size 29 to 42. 2.79

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