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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - February 20, 1954, Florence, South CarolinaSaturday morning february 20, morning news Florence 8. C. Page 5 miss Patsy Harper upper and miss Betsy Poston lower As they Board the train to go to the annual Rainbow Ball of the Gamma Phi chapter of the Delta Tau Delta fraternity at Georgia tech. They will return to Florence sunday evening. Bennettsville Garden clubs Bennettsville the Art club met monday night with mrs. Vista d. Hollis. Guests included mrs. Houston Wood mrs. F. A. Spencer mrs. David Michael mrs. Zack Drake mrs. Charles Hollis and mrs. Fred Hollis. Mrs. Vista Hollis the hostess who is also president called the meeting to order. After the Busi Ness meeting mrs. Frank d. Rog ers presented the program on textile methods and materials mrs. Rogers illustrated the Stencil silk screen printing hand waiting. Hand Block ing and Spray methods of decorating with examples loaned by a Crayon company. During the social hour the hostess served russian Tea with Angel food cake topped with whipped Cream. Each Platt was decorated a camellia from mrs. Hollis Garden. The hostess was assisted in serving by mrs. Zack Drake mrs. Charles Hollis and mrs. Fred Hollis. Moorlands Garden clubs met wednesday afternoon at the Home of mrs. John m. Moore. Mrs. Rus sell Copeland being co hostess. The visiting speakers were c. E. Watts and Claude Vernon of Che raw who showed coloured slides of camellias grown by or. And mrs. L. C. Wannamaker of Cheraw. Or. Watts and or. Vernon were introduced by mrs. W. S. Howe pro Gram chairman. Or. And mrs. Moore presented the club with a Gavel made or. Moore from the Wood in a mantel from the Century old Home of the late or. William Patterson one of the Pioneer physicians of Marlboro county. During the social hour the Host esses served a Chicken salad plate with Coffee and cake. Timmonsville circles meet Timmonsville women of the Timmonsville presbyterian Church held their Circle meetings As follows Circle no. 2 met with miss Dot Cothran. Mrs. A. W. Eichelberger chairman presided. Mrs. J. F. Hawkins reviewed the Bible lesson. The hostess served a Sweet course with Coffee. Mrs. J. R. Woods reviewed the Bible lesson at the meeting of Cir Cle no. 1 mrs. J. H. Mcsween was hostess. Mrs. C. S. Atkinson gave a read ing after which the Circle was Dis missed with prayer. The hostess served a salad course with fruit cake and Coffee. The circles of Sardis Baptist Church met As follows better cough Relief Wrhen new drags or old fail to help your cough or Chest cold Don t delay. Or emulsion contains Only Safe Ful. Proven ingredients and no narcotics to disturb i nature s process. It goes into the bronchial system to Aid nature soothe and heal raw tender inflamed bronchial membranes. Guaranteed to please or your druggist re funds Money. Or emulsion has stood the test of Many millions of users. Or emulsion i Lino a Cuit Chrtt cull tronc Fitu mrs. Thelma Butler led 1he pro Gram at the Lottie Moon Circle which met with mrs. J. C. Vassey. Mrs. Vernon led the devotional. Mrs. J. H. Mcelveen and mrs. Howard Tedder gave a skit on mrs. Vassey mrs. Harry Truluck and mrs. N. B. Hicks completed the program with a play let the hostess served a salad course with cookies fruit cake and punch. Mrs. A Ralph Carter entertained the Elizabeth cry Circle. The pro Gram was presented by mrs. Mar Ion Anderson mrs. Lonnie Ander son mrs. M. B. Anderson mrs. Kester Hudson and mrs. H. J. Holladay. Plans for the season of prayer for Home missions Annie Arm Strong offering and cottage prayer services preparatory to the Forth coming revival services were Dis cussed. The hostess served Cherry tarts sandwiches and ice Tea. Mrs. J. M. Timmons was hostess to the Eva Hancock Circle. Mrs. Foster Hill program Leader was assisted by mrs. Angie Johnson mrs. George l. Ham mrs. H. L. Benton and miss Bessie Mcelveen in presenting the program. Mrs. S. M. Langston dismissed with prayer. Tie hostess served a Sweet course with Coffee. Mrs. Hyman is Gay gardeners new president mrs. Waldo Ryman jr., presi Dent and other officers were in ominously alerted by the Gay gardeners meeting at the Home of mrs. J. H. Porter. Mrs. Vic Burrell or. The assisting Host Ess. Other elected to serve with mrs. Hyman were mrs. C. W. Brown jr., vice president mrs. Saunders Bridgers recording mrs. Elmore Alexander James Rice treasurer. Mrs. Joe a. Griffin was welcomed As a new member. The presi Dent reported on the meeting of the Garden club Council announcing members would work with the Council to help beautify the Flor ence museum grounds. Members voted to change the March meeting time to the fourth thursday i the month and to have this meeting at the Womack gardens. At the conclusion of the meeting sandwiches cookies and soft drinks were served by the hostess. Three entertain Mullins Udo Muir ans the Isabella mar tin chapter Jdc met at the Home of mrs. .1. C. Beeves with mrs. E. Gary Edwards and mrs. G. W. Dudley acting As co hostesses. Mrs. W. V. Mccall president con ducted the business formalities. She welcomed three new members miss Anna Workman mrs. L. H. Bane both of Mullins and mrs. Evelyn Martin Lapsley of Arling ton a. Mrs. G. D. Foxworth of Marion gave excerpts from the Udo mag Azine it was decided to invite the slate president. Mrs. Harney to the May meeting. Or. J. C. Hooks was guest speaker lie made a most helpful and interesting talk on emphasizing the importance of women participating in politics. Mrs. George Dudley gave some pertinent facts about the restoration of it. Vernon which was sponsored by Ann Cunningham of . Dorothy Dix says 150 persons in Competition at tournament some 150 persons competed in he Jaycee ettes Benefit Bridge tournament held monday night at the country club. High score prizes were awarded to miss Jack Lolly and mrs. Kenneth summer Ord. Thirteen door prizes were also awarded. Mrs. William Tii Lcy was in charge of the tournament which was held or the purpose of financing various projects of the organi Antion. Mrs. Harry Baxter and mrs. Ouis Marchette served refresh ments during the evening. Mrs. Sam Ham was in charge of he door prizes and mrs. Saunders Bridges and mrs. John Whisen Lunt were in charge of equipment. To escape from the gravitational orce of the Earth a rocket would have to move at a Speed of seven a Les. A second. Miss Ann Fowler a Model in the newcomers club fashion show luncheon at the country club wednesday is wearing a Topper that fits perfectly Over the stylish full skirts. Beneath it she wears a double duty embossed Cotton dress. Her shoes with Gold ankle straps have Louis heels. Morning news photo attention camellia show visitors we Are proud to be Able o offer you the very finest camellias in the newest and most desirable varieties. These plants Are All s. C. Frown and the Low Low prices will amaze you. Lie sure and atop in and see our plants before you buy. We also have several sizes of azaleas and Nur Sery Stock including lie Lovely much sought after Daphne. Azaleas 29c up camellias 97c up sasanguas.59c up Long acre camellia shop mrs. Sam mrs. David prick diagonally across from Circle drive in theatre one Illek from five i Nants no joking matter dear miss de my 22-year old daughter never was particularly interested in boys even in High school. A while Back an old Friend of the family Gene wrote her from overseas where he s in service asking her to write. She did. And when he come Home they had a few sates. Until this Point we had always joked about her boy friends or Lack of them but when i teased her about Gene she was quite angry and would t go out with him again. She be came very disagreeable around the House ate very Little and was easily Hurt. She went to a doctor who suggested that she go to a psychiatrist. After two months she became less Moody and began to talk about Gene quite a lot. He in the meantime has continued his interest in her. The doctor says he s not the boy for her. Will any thing straighten her out every thing i say seems to be wrong. Mrs. H. Not amusing answer from the very begin Ning the girl s trouble seems to be just too Many people butting in. During adolescence there was too much teasing about her boy friends. This is an attitude that Many parents consider amusing but the girl or boy who s the object of constant kidding rarely shares the adult View. More sympathetic under standing with an attempt to help the girl make friends would have been More in line. When finally she did find a boy Friend the joking became even Jess bearable since at jigs Point she was very serious. Gene s character As outlined in your Long letter seems admirable he Young people were apparently quite congenial and your Daugh Ter s sensitivity would easily have been overcome. Whether the Doc Tor s Assumption of Gene s unsuitability was Well founded or not can t judge on the meagre in formation before me but it was at East one More stumbling Block in the path of a girl making a valiant try to adjust herself to Romance. 1 suggest that the family change to attitude from Jol lying to serious acceptance. Try to see the problem rom the girl s viewpoint and give Ler All the help you can preferably without fanfare. Sit on the Side Ines ready to help instead of try no to monopolize the Center ring. Let your daughter have a Chance to work things out. Dear miss Dix i m h Man of 23 my girl is 35, a Divorcee with two children. We both agree we Are very much in love and i m sure i am ready to accept All responsibilities. We be been companions for 14 months yet there still seems to be a doubt whether or not should marry. Rodney answer i advise you to heed the doubt. Twenty three is Young to be taking on responsibilities of your own let alone assuming them for a whole family. Dear Dix my current Start a lob has been negligent in keeping our last two dates. I m so disappointed. When i first met him lie gave me an inexpensive Friend ship ring. Should i give Hin an other Chance i m so lonely with out him. Or should 1 return his ring by mini and try to forget him Mary b. Answer Why not at least give a Chance to explain Why he did t keep the Date you so attached to the Man that you la prob ably regret the Hasty action of re turning the ring by mail. He really does t seem too stable but he merits the Courtesy of your return ing the Bauble in person. Write Dorothy Dix for free leaflet do in All cases be sure to enclose n stamped self addressed envelope and request to hoi cure of this newspaper d of a Council holds meeting Betsy Ross Council no. 5 Daugh ters of America held the regular meeting tuesday night at the b. Of l. E. Hall. The meeting was opened in usual orm with associate councilor mrs. Sam Harrell presiding. The Relief committee reported cards and Flowers sent to sick Mem Bers. An expression of sympathy was sent to mrs. E. L. Shaw. It was announced that the past councilor club will meet at the Home of mrs. J. L. Mcdonald with mrs. Ellen Leach mrs. Vermelle a Muldrow and mrs. J. 0. Peirce As hostesses. Plans were made for the Initia Tion of new members to be held March 16. Or. And mrs. Clyde Gutter will have charge of the re freshment. Abraham Lincoln was an expert wrestler in his youth. Laundry tip there won t be a Blue Steak in a was Load if you make it a prac Tice to use instantly dissolving Bead bluing in hot Wash water. Be sides you la reap an extra dividend As All your Light coloured Wash Ables will keep their new look much longer. For Best results set the temperature control of your water Heater at 100 degrees be cause it s the very hot water that get your clothes White. That s Why grandma boiled her laundry in the years before washing machines and an automatic Supply of hot water changed All that. Sinatra with an area of 860 Square Miles has a population of about 11 million people. Heard s Silver shop 301 Timroff Park drive Lovely Silver trays cake baskets a Vergnes and other Dainty Silver things clearance Sale making room for our Spring merchandise one table lamp shades at 1.00 each Porter s gift shop Westinghouse upright Home freezers offering fhe greatest value in convenience Economy of cd. It. Deluxe Only 12 cd. It. Deluxe Only 18 cd. It. Deluxe Only As Little As Down and a month delivers. Charlie Womack co. I i clearance suede and leather shoes 400 pairs or. Flats casuals dress All sales final Phillip s Fine shoes relieves rheumatic pain Fileff aspirin 100 Tablet bottle Only 49t membership promotion skit Given at it a Bennettsville a musical skit promoting membership in the Parent teacher association feat ured the Pat meeting monday Merle Jeter miss Mary Ruth did night in Murchison auditorium. Miss Faye a Riggs served As pianist and miss Faye Reed As chairman of the skit s a to membership committee. Her co workers were mrs. W. H. Richardson. Mrs. Merle Jeter miss Mary Ruth ded Mon and miss Nola Jane Powers. In the background were simulated fronts of Homes of prospective a to members who answered tit Knock on the door Wiki musical comments or excuses. Dwellers in these make believe Homes were mrs. Olin Covington Mabry Searcy mrs. R. I. Joye and mrs. P. A. Mckellar. The skit represented a a to group in the 90 s and in the finale Joe Blackston the 1954 chairman appears recounting in song the Chilly response he has received from prospective members. Mrs. N. C. Forbes served is narrator Plant tip if House pants Are wrapped in sheets of polyethylene plastic be fore vacationing they May be left As Long As three weeks without water. Pooling wrapped in this material also will thrive for weeks without water and you can isolate cuttings or plants in separate sheets of plastic. Azaleas and camellias arrived wednesday Over plants to choose from. All Pood varieties. Azaleas 39c up camellias 2-year plants come and see these plants before you buy. Also have flex Burford Sasa Quas Nandina and Gardenias. All plants South Carolina grown. Mrs. L. C. First Avenue Bug Finklea Rami Uco s. C. Thursday Friday saturday a we m i i Bridge partes super special 10 cd. It. 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