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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - February 23, 1954, Florence, South CarolinaPage s the Florence morning news Florence s. C. Tuesday morning february 23, society news devotional scripture look at the Birds of the air they neither sow nor reap nor gather into barns and yet your heavenly father feeds them. Are you not of More value than they Matthew . Prayer our beloved father thou didst Promise Elijah that the barrel of meal shall not waste neither shall the Cruse of Oil thou Dost also care for us for thou didst Send Christ thy son to redeem us. In his name we thank thee. Amen. Thought for the Day Faith destroys worry. The upper room Calendar deadlines 1 Calendar 6 . Thursday 2 personals 3 . Daily noon saturday 3 club Church party news within two Days after event 4 weddings pictures engagements for sunday Publica Tion s . Wednesday other items Lor sunday paper 1 d m Friday. I Braby hours will be As Fol lows monday thru Friday 9 . L . S . 6 . . . Museum hours will be As Fol lows i . 6 . Sunday through Friday. Tuesday a. M. Central methodist Moth ers club in the social Hall. Nur Sery will be open. Mrs. C. E Derrick guest speaker. I . Opt . Club business luncheon meeting at the colonial hotel. . Mcneill Bible class of first presbyterian Church with . M. G. Scott 408 s. Coit . Eta chapter Beta Sigma Phi with . Joe stall Ings 1424 w. Palmetto. 8 . Exemplar chapter Beta Sigma Phi with . E. D tin Sley 311 s. Graham 8 . Nocturnal Garden club with . K. R. Corbett 1019 Edisto drive. S . Past councillors club Daugh Ter of America with or. And . Luther Mcdonald Marion Highway. Mrs. J. 0. Pearce . Var Mells Muldrow and . Ellen Leach assisting hostesses. Wednesday . . At the b of l e Hall. Thursday 1 . Ladies Day luncheon at the country club. Make reservations by noon wednesday with . John Orr 3451. Hostesses . Oscar Furchgott chairman . Spencer Thompson . Clyde Singleton . Morton Glass and . Howard Cassel. . Irene French Bible class with . L. A. Mccall. Mrs. J. W. Clapp and . Noel Johnson assisting. . Florence auxiliary to . With . J. W. Hin son 111 n. Guerry . E. M. Almeida or. Assisting. Friday . Women s auxiliary of Mcleod infirmary will meet at the Florence Public Library. . Aurora literary club at the Home of . E. E. Hub Bard. Mrs. V. G. Arnette or. Hostess. If unable to attend Call 5941. 4 . L a to b of r t with . H. G. Merriman sr., 427 Winston. Remember package Sale. Wallace Thomas Carter or. And . W. B. Carter announce the birth of a son Wallace Thomas feb. 22 at the Mcleod infirmary Barb Cue supper Pisgah Church off Hoffmeyer Road thurs., feb. 25, . Til per plate dessert extra come and help yourself half size casual look at the scalloped buttoning action Back easy walking skirt have you Ever seen a smoother smarter casual proportioned fur the Shorter Fuller figure de signed to slim you trim you where it does the most Good no Altera Tion worries. Pattern 4528 half sizes in 20v4, size 12 takes 3% Yards 35-Inch. This pattern easy to use simple k sew is tested for fit. Has com plete illustrated instructions. Send thirty five cents in coins for this pattern add 5 cents for each pattern for is class mailing. Send to Anne Adams care of Florence morning news 55, pattern dept., 243 West 17tti St., new York 11, n. Y. Print plainly name address with zone size and style number. On Dean s list the current Dean s list at Meredith has been released this week by the registrar of the col lege . Vera t. Marsh with the names of 93 students who attained the High academic rating during the past semester. Receiving the Scholastic Honor were seniors Betty Ann Miller of Florence who is the daughter of or. And . C. H. Liller of 162 s. Mcqueen and Celia Townsend Wells of Florence who is the daughter of or. And . H. C. Wells of 406 Park ave. Monday feb. 22, o triple Beauty Salon 130 Dargan Street phone 5573 Mary Turner Taylor Lucy Mullins Lucille Gibbs Harrell come and see our Ultra modern Salon Register for free permanents Helene Curtis her highness cold wave Helene Curtis her excellency cold wave Helene Curtis Victoria grand prize cold wave favors for All cold wave for cold wave for if your hair is not becoming to you be coming to us . Kirby Jordan Heads Garden club s officials . Kirby Jordan was elected president of the Fine arts liter Ary club at the february meeting held at the Home of . E. E. Hubbard. Other officers elected were . Walter Kasling vice president . M. S. Lynch recording Secretary . Baker Oliver Cor responding Secretary miss fran Ces Andrews treasurer . B. T. Davis parliamentarian . Edwin Turner reporter . J. F. Chapman custodian. Presiding Over the business meet ing was . George Glass. The club decided to Send a letter to senator Graham asking that the state budget continue its appropriation for uie Mobile Chest a Ray unit. Program chairman for the morn ing was . B. T. Davis who gave a talk on "americanism.1" she told what some of the worn in s clubs in America Are doing for the restoration of independen up Hall in Philadelphia. She closed with a Brief sketch of the origin of the National Anthem. A fund raising and fun Provok ing auction of miscellaneous items was carried through by the . Kast Irig. Mrs. R. C. Beard was a gues of the hostess . Frank barn Well. Mrs. Barnwell served a lunch Eon plate of devised crab congealed salad asparagus Rolls biscuits and Coffee. Hosts entertain at Bannockburn for mr., . Elbert Willis or. Or. And . Hugh Willcox and or. And . Ralph Sinclair entertained with a drop in in Honor of or. And . Elbert s. Willis or. At the Home of or. And . Willcox. Grets were received in the reception Hall and living room and presented to the Honor guests. Receiving with them were or. And . E. S. Willis or. And or. And . A. C. Haselden parents of the Honoreen and or. And . M. H. Willis grandparents of or. Willis. Arrangements of camellias were used in both rooms. Guests were invited into the Din ing room where a dessert course with Coffee and toasted nuts were served. At one end of the table . Eli Gregg poured Coffee and at the other end . F. L. Will Cox served cake. An arrangement of Pink Camel Lias in a Silver tray entered table. White tapers in Silver candelabras completed the decorations. Assisting in serving and enter Taining the guests were . Har Ley Hackett . Sam Watson or. And . Rogers Gregg. Mis Frances Willis and or. And Frank Pearce. Receiving in the Library Wen or. And . Gene Hall or. And . James Clemmons jr., or and . A. W. Miller or. Narf or. Sam Watson. Arrangement of Jonquil decorated this room. Mrs. Glenn is hostess to Oasis Garden club . D. D. Glenn was hostess to the Oasis Garden club at the Home of . G. W. Bellinger. Mrs. Paine Mother of airs. Leroy Mims was a visitor. The president . J. R. Van Landingham thanked the com Mittee composed of . H. K. Union . R. B. Barham and . J. L. Wade for making the club s arrangement for the Camel Lia show. This arrangement was awarded a red ribbon. After the routine business was completed the meeting was turned Over to the program chairman . D. L. Brown. During the Gar Den quiz conducted by . Brown each member discussed a problem question they had received. At a previous meeting. As Winner of the How Good is your taste contest . T. C. Watson was awarded a camellia apricots for chops fruit flavors Are particularly Good in combination with pork. For instance braise pork chops apricots. Place a canned Apricot half on each and use with syrup from the fruit As the cooking liquid. Corsage. Assisting the hostess in serving were . H. K. Linton and Bellinger. The refreshments car ried out a patriotic Motif. Mrs. . Kelly welcomed As new a club member . W. J Kelly was welcomed As a Nev member at the Center Home Dern on stration club meeting at the Home of . B. E. Stokes. Mrs Mamie b. Stokes was the assist ing hostess. Mrs. Tally Hill opened the meet ing with prayer. The Flag Salute followed. Mrs. B. E. Stokes gave uie devotional. Mrs. Cleo Young program Leader discussed beautifying the grounds around the miss Vela Smith Home agent discussed the hostesses served a Chicken salad course with cookies and cof fee. Camellias All plants South Carolina grown also Berford Holly Gardenias Tea olives Sasa Quas . J. L. Edwards 419 country club 9700 discover Manitone the Miracle service that gets out All the dirt Why take second Belt when the finest costs no More you la love the Way our amazing Manitone dry clean ing kel3 out even the embedded grime that makes clothes Dingy wears out fabrics faster. Spots Are gone perspiration soiling vanishes no stale cleaning doors better press last longer you la never go Buijck to Ordinary cleaning once you be tried Sani tonal phone 6313 is White Swan dry cleaning Oto Ragi Actu to hold three session Institute today women from the Eastern District Actu will hold a Union inst Etc in the first methodist Church hem Ingway today. The Institute will be divided into three sessions. The first will begin at . And inst until 1 . The second begins at 2 . Lasting until 4 . The evening session begins at and is concluded with a social hour. Speakers featured on the pro Gram Are . A. D. Belts of Pinopolis. State president and miss Ethel Riddel of Evanston 111 who will speak twice during the Day. Miss Riddle is National youth Leader Speaks on our Yout i our responsibility and our Chal Lenge of . Belts message is on advancing in the course of Righte the theme of the Institute is Advance Wilh total among those from Florence who will attend and participate on the Day s program Are . C. T. Byrd District president. Mrs. J. H. Rainwater . Sadie Rucker . S. L. Lane and . J. S. Head. Personals friends of . C. Ted Clark will be sorry to know her Mother . Belle Jolly of Charlotte n.c., is a patient at the Mcleod infirmary where she underwent sur Gery saturday. Pvt. James Hill has returned to it Belvoir a. After spending the weekend with his parents or. And . Robert Hill of Florence. Miss Ouida Allen of Darlington and Florence spent the weekend in Marion As the guest of friends. Mrs. L. E. Ward has returned to his Home in Effingham after being a patient at Saunders memorial for two weeks. Miss Mary Alma Mccown and or. Joe Stackhouse spent the week end at Clemson College where they attended the mid Winter dances. Or. And . Harold glider of Buffalo n. Y. Have returned to their Home after spending several Days with or. And . W. H. Wetzell. Miss Billy Oakley spent the week end in while Vilie n.c., where she Vas the guest of relatives. About people Are employed in great Britain s Coal Indus try. Miss Boyd Witherspoon honoree at Shower Tea Timmonsville miss Boyd Witherspoon was complimented Friday evening with a Shower Tea Given by . Hoyt Steward . Roberl Lee . Aaron Langston and . Marion Jordan at the Home of . Dillon Wilkes. Greeting the go cols and introducing them to the receiving lira was . Marion Langston. In the receiving line were . Wilkes miss Witherspoon . H. H. Witherspoon misses Barbara and Gloria Mckay. Arrangements of Gladioli and daffodils were used in the living room. Camellias and carnations were used in the dining room. At one end of the table was a punch bowl surrounded with camellias and Ivy. A Center arrangement of Pink camellias was flanked by three branched Silver candelabra holding lighted tapers. Pink Satin ribbon bows and carnations completed the decorations. Mrs. Aaron Langston invited the guests into the dining room where . Hoyt Stewart served punch and the guests helped themselves to bridal cakes salted nuts and mints. Mrs. Robert Lee directed the guests into the gift room. The Host esses gift to the honoree was the Tea service in her chosen pattern of China. She was also presented a Corsage of White camellias. Approximately 100 guests signed the bridal Register presided Over by . Melton Tisdale. Goodbyes were said to . Olin Dubose. Fields weaving service locally owned operated Moth Hole Burns tears expertly re Woven 606 East Evans Street i hone 4327 free estimates azaleas and camellias s. C. Grown also Pink and White Dogwood flowering and ornamental shrubs . Marion Conyers 1308 Jackson ave. Dial 5958 Westinghouse dishwashers a Model to suit every need. Ask about our free Home trial. 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