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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - January 11, 1958, Florence, South Carolina. January 11, 1958 the Florence morning news. Florence. S. C. Page of. Fie. Women Pat Mceachern woman s editor Sandra Nofal reporter special o the news Timmonsville the Janu Ery meeting of the business Wom an s Circle no. 1 of the Baptist Church was held at the Home of mrs. Ray Yarborough monday evening at . With 12 Mem Bers present. Mrs. R. J. Hancock program Leader gave the devotional and prayer. The theme for the evening was Home missions and those who talked briefly on the cuban Baptist the Panama canal zone Canada and Alaska were mrs. Kenneth m. Emerson mrs. K. E. Rast and mrs. Lester hop Kins. Mrs. Laurie Jordan Circle chairman presided during the business session. Refreshments were served by the hostess. Liberty through Christ Jesus was the topic mrs. Wallace n. Pardue used in presenting the devotional at the business woman Circle no. 2 of the Baptist Church met with mrs. George. Har per at . Monday. Mrs. W. Jesse Anaerson led in Praver. Mrs. Pardue chose the Golden door for her program theme and mrs. Virginia Harrell talked on our Christian Heri mrs. Lucille Mauldin told the Story of miss Marie Buhlmaier who rendered a service in Balti More among the German Immi Grants and of the work of or. Joseph Plainfield. A Pioneer missionary who made a remarkable contribution to the language groups served by the Baptist convention. Mrs. Jack Odin talked about italians and mrs. Sam Baroody spoke on the japanese. Mrs. A. Jesse Anderson Circle chairman presided during the business session. Mrs. Harper served refresh ments. Ornamental gourds make pretty cups gourds Are useful As Well As at Tractive when sussed and Shellack that can serve As decorative durable drinking cups or As attractive containers for spices and sewing supplies. To prevent rot Don t allow gourds to remain on the Vine after they re Ripe. Dry them in a warm airy room hanging if possible. When dry Wash in warm soap or detergent suds rinse and wipe. Gourds to be used As drinking cups or containers should be suds de inside too using Fine steel Wool to smooth them. Then paint or shellac the surface to provide a permanent washable finish. Blankets now machine washable As. Every tired body knows a bed is at its Best when it s spank ing clean. And now thanks to the new synthetic fibres you can keep your blankets As fresh As your bed these modern blankets Are machine washable in lukewarm soap or detergent suds. There s no excuse for not laundering them Al most As often As you do your sheets Lynchburg personals mrs. Annie Ingram has returned Home after a visit with her son Micky stationed at fort Camp Bell by. A sgt. Joe Richardson of new Orleans la., is spending several Days visiting his parents or. And mrs. M. E. Thompson. Weekend and sunday guests of or. And mrs. Creighton Bradly were mrs. David Gamble and children of Wallerborn. Or. And mrs. Hubert Stokes of Camden or. And mrs. Vernon sin keen and daughter. Elizabeth mrs. Frazer Rogers All of Camden and miss Narnie Skinner of Sumter. Clements miss Betty Ann Cribb miss Mary Martha Blackmon miss Gene Kirby Bliss Sara Blackmon miss Kathleen Tolson and miss Lara Mae Griffin. Mrs. Frank Brigman is visiting her son and daughter in Law. Or. And mrs. Billie Brigman and Sis Ter of Charleston. College students and teachers who visited their parents during the Holiday season were Roy Hud Gens. Johnnie Hudgen. Dickie Hickson Ernest Lane Gary Chandler Frank Beasley. Robert printed pattern or. And mrs. C. B. Wiley and. Son of Georgia have returned Home after a visit with her parents or. And mrs. Roy Powell. Or. And mrs. E. D. Stouden mire and children spent several Days visiting their parents mrs. J. E. Rhodes of Estill and mrs. J. D. Stoudenmire of loft Star. Recent guests of or. And mrs. E. D. Stoudenmire were or. And mrs. Knute Delk of Brooksville. Fla. Or. And mrs. E. T. Stokes and son. Carl left for a two months vacation in Florida. Miss Sara Griffin of Sanford . Spent the holidays with her Mother mrs. Lula Griffin. Mrs. Griffin returned from a visit to Sanford wednesday. Mrs. J. R. Griffin or. Visited her Mother. Mrs. Joe Sprott in Columbia during the holidays. Or. And mrs. L. C. Wilson of Long Beach calif., spent several Days visiting his parents. Or. And mrs. J. N. Wilson and family. They were accompanied by her son. Allen Lee and miss Eddie Stevison. Mrs. Wilson and son left Friday to visit her parents in Ala Bama and or. Wilson left Mon Day to join his family. They were accompanied As far As Atlanta ga., by his parents. Russell to speak plan Coffee parties mrs. George Bell Timmerman or. And the representatives of several thousand South Carolina club members met in co Lumbia tuesday to make plans for the March of dimes Coffee parties. Meet ing at the governor s House were mrs. T. J. Mims of Greenville state women s advisor to the National foundation for infantile paralysis mrs. B. J. Work Man of Woodruff president of the women s auxiliary of the South Carolina medical Assn mrs. H. Roy Anderson of Newberry president of the american legion auxiliary mrs. Timmerman mrs. J. C. Dowling of Gaffney president of the South Carolina Congress of parents and teachers and mrs. W. C. Flannigan of Columbia vice president of the general federation of women s clubs. Class meets looking Forward to the new year with a clean Sheet was he devotional thought used by mrs. Roy Graham at the Ruth is of first Baptist Church which met monday at the Home of mrs. Bill Presson. Seventeen members the Roll Call by giving their favorite Bible verse. Fifty questions were asked to the members relat ing to being a better wife and person and were scored on their answers. Volunteers were taken for Visi tation for the month. Members were asked to give their wishes and Hopes for the new year. Refreshments were served by the hostess. Be certain to scrub your meat cutting Board thoroughly with hot soap or detergent suds and rinses after each use. It s a vital health. Measure to rid the Wood of All embedded meat particles which would provide Breeding grounds for dangerous Bate res a source of contamination for the next meat you prepare. Health problem Call or. Joew. Phillips phone 7522 chiropractor in the Trust opposite Post office March of dimes Coffee parties planned South Carolina s first lady and the of several thousand Mem ers from throughout the state met the governor s House tuesday o formulate plans for this year s March of dimes Coffee parties. Meeting with George Bell Timmerman or. Were mrs. J. C. Dowling of Gaffney president of the South Carolina Congress of Barents and teachers mrs. W. Hoy Anderson of Newberry presi Dent of the american legion auxiliary mrs. W. C. Flanagan of co Lumbia who represented mrs. J. 1. Childress president of Gen eral federation of women s clubs and mrs. T. J. Minis of Green Ville state adviser on women s activities for the National found Ion. For infantile paralysis and president of the women s Auxilio in Smith Carolina medical Assn. The Coffee parties this year will follow the same general plan As last year with a hostess Supply ing the Coffee and her guests contributing to the March of dimes. The women s club leaders who met with mrs. Timmerman will urge those of their own organizations and any other interested per sons to give March of parties. Usually a hostess invites 10 guests. These guests then have their own coffees and invite 10 new guests. However it was pointed out anyone wishing to give a Coffee need not wait until she Hai is necessary is a willing Host Ess and. A group of her. Friends who like to have a morning or it croon Coffee break. The hostess simply presides at hit Coffee party and supplies the necessary Coffee Cream and sugar. The guests contribute whatever amount they like. All of the Money goes to the March of dimes. Turned in to the county March of Nimps Campaign in hip in Only in which the party is held. All of the Money raised by the Coffee parties and by All March of dimes projects will be used in the Battle against polio. Despite the Success of the Salk Folio vac Cine slate Board of health Statis tics show South Carolina had More it was noted in Many cities last polio rates in 1957 than it did in year various clubs added a special touch to their Coffee parties by in addition to these new cases staging cake sales doll sales and toy sales. The estimate also has hundreds of old polio patients stricken before the vaccine became available who look to the March of dimes for help. It was also emphasized any one who desires May give a cof fee parly no formal is needed but county March of dimes directors should be informed such a party is going to be Rogerson s Garden Nursery Bare and Ott standing camellias Highland Park phone 7346 rent a new Ria to a week phone 2-2526 Deleon Finklea Florence mrs. B. J. Workman of Woodruff has attended such a party. All held. All funds collected should be Dorothy Dix says Saddle Man wit children dear Dorothy Dix no mar i ital problem is As tragic As that of a Middle aged husband who decides that his perfectly Good wife is no longer his heart throb and asks for a divorce so he can marry a nitwit blonde who has Cap tured his fancy. Seldom has a wife any Choice but to agree he nobly gives her the children and promises support which is rarely forthcoming. The wife and Mother subsequently struggles on while the foot Loose husband has a Good time. A Friend of mine was faced with this dilemma recently. She tried every wifely tactic in the Book to bring Hubby Back and finally hit on the right one. She agreed to the divorce provided he took their three children. She said he was bet Ter Able to support them than she was. They d be better off continuing in their old Home and the charmer who was taking her place would be delighted she was sure to have these adorable Chil Dren. Needless to say the erring husband was flabbergasted. His Inife was violating All the sacred rules of motherhood but was she since she was Adamant in her decision it did t take him Lor the charmer Long to decide he d better stay put. This Solu Tion might work in other cases so i m passing it on to you. Leona. Dear Leona your Friend had an admirable mixture of Cour age Wisdom and cunning. No Home wants to be burdened with children much less another woman s. She wants her Security unquestioned her time free and a Man with nothing else to do but Cater to it whims. If she discovers that three children go along with the Man. And these purity Shell think twice about breaking up this Home. Thanks for dear Dorothy Dix i m a of of 17. We recently moved to i his town and i be grown very fond of a girl who lives up the Block. I d like very much to gel acquainted with her. I know that her name is Vera she s popular with boys and girls is 15 years old does t go steady likes dances and enjoys sports. She goes to my school and i be walked be Side her but Haven t the nerve to speak. Dear . Whew you sure know How to acquire information the girl is undoubtedly aware of your interest in her. And probably thinks you re an awful dolt to be so slow about speaking to her. You be been Given every Opportunity. Co. Discount store save at the sign of the spinning Green Light electric heating pads 25% off the letter and idea. Secretary of the South dear Dorothy Dix i m 22 and a College graduate. I never had much Chance to meet girls but last summer i made friends with Shiela who is Only 17 and a High j school Junior. She s lots of fun stated the better educated can see dating a girl five children the higher the state s cd p cars younger than myself. Should Carolina a National cultural and economic keep going with her or not Pat meets in Lake City 10-18 sew very easy by Anne Adams want a new dress in a hurry whip us this saw very easy won Der in a Day. Look at the Dia Gram _ no Waist seams no com plications. Choose scoop tick or Rland up Collar for this now into lip ring printed pattern. Printed pattern 4754 misses sizes 10, 12, 14, in 18. Size if lakes 3 4 Yards 35-Inch. Printed directions on each Pat Tern part. Kasier accurate Send thirty five cents in coins for this 5 cents for each Plern for isl class mull ing. Send to Anne Adams care of Florence morning news 55. I Nellein de.pl., West i7lh is. Now York ii. N. Y. Print plainly Namm add kor Wilh Zonfa. Swe Jinn . Numb or How a Bill originates develop and eventually becomes a Law is the theme of a skit to be presented by members of the Junior Wom an s club of Columbia at a special legislative meeting of the South Carolina Council for the common Good at . Jan. 15 at the Wade Hampton hotel miss Marguerite Tolbert president has announced. Prepared by mrs. Paul h. Leo Nard state legislative chairman ithe skit will feature mrs. Henry b. Cunningham. Mrs. Rudolph Landley mrs. William Crawford mrs. William love mrs. J. 11. Query and mrs. Francis w. Brad Ley. Mrs. C. Smith Toms of Charles ton president of the South Carolina league of women voters will talk on jury service for women and outline the process this Legisla Tion must go through to be enacted into Law. Miss told pro said. Or. Donald Russell of spartan Burg recently retired As president of the University of South Caro Lina and an announced candidate for governor in the 1938 election will be the principal speaker. The Council with a total mom h ship of is a cried by miss Tol Burl. Mrs. Jones of Florence is first vice president mrs. 0. J. Smyrl of com Dan is second Vlco president mrs. J. A. Liloy of Columbia is corresponding Secretary miss Janie Crosland of Columbia to curing sorrel try and mrs a. D. Rolls of Columbia treasurer the Public card Lilly invited. Moore Junior High school in Flor surgeon will be education Assn. P. M. Coble was guest speaker at the meeting of j the parents teachers Assn. Held tuesday night at the Junior High school cafeteria. Or. Coble no was introduced by r. I. Cockfield. Principal of lie Junior High is a former Tea Cher and principal in South Caro Lina schools. He distributed a Sheet containing information on the state s twelve year school pro Gram elaborating in his talk on the items contained therein. He stated it was in 1918. Right after world War i schools in South Carolina Well from 10 to 11 grades r and in 1944. After word i on re. From 11 to 12 grades. He pointed Christmas executive Board had voted to Send a donation of to the Lake children from other states a Vine. D k the 12 year program and further y making full use of the text books action in which Are written for such a pro Fly a fact Gram. An improved we he taken at the and a higher percentage of re wild of the Hoard Ren remaining in school throughout i ass Fouron Grade the years were noted As results o was Winner of attendance Tro Iho program. Jalvy. A Box of Candy was won by miss Annie Myrtle Belk in a the meeting was presided at by i the president w. A. Jeffords or. Dear Freddy for a College with the devotional being you Don t make much by miss Myrtle Turner. Mrs. A. Sense. Five years is annul the e. Koonce. Chairman of the average distance Between a Man s mental health program notified j age and that of the girl he dates meeting of the the question for consideration is mental health i whether or not you like her Assn. To he held Jan 31 at the o continue going with her. I sus a nce by a Well known of Baltimore md., the speaker. Subject of his address will be As a Twig is Bent or personality in the Mak ing.1 pet you re looking for an out and age is it out our children Are thus Given a better Chance competing with Don t miss this bargain 1956 Chevrolet 4-door, radio Heater to tone White Wall tires. Only Trade Cash terms Francis motor go. Tendance pointing out High school Quad sales Mure than elementary graduates thru Choul j their earning years lie stressed the importance of the state s school system As South Carolina i ranks first in the . In inv mini j her of children of Seho in age. There being 17 children for every a drills. In closing. Or. Coble i contest conducted by Harry Whit-1 at the i Bess Cottingham Florist Flowers for All West cheve8 Ontl door Trul mar Umi Inglr Ninaj. Tia. 2-4501 Ufal now if the time to Plant Pecan Trees for file at Nosery wholesale prices Stuart t Pocan each Alifi Lily less in larger quantities also desirable kill lot t. 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