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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - January 13, 1954, Florence, South CarolinaWednesday morning january 13, 1954 the Florence morning news Florence s. C. Dorothy Dix says pages jealous stepdaughter Calls As necessary a Cefic dear miss Dix i am my Hus bands second wife. He has a mar ried daughter by his first wife the girl is doing her utmost to break us up. Before our marriage she threatened that she would Jet me out of the House if i married her dad. He told me everything would be straightened out need is to a this has t happened when his daughter insults me lie stands by her. I know he is trying to hold us both but think he should stick up for me occasionally. The daughter has a Fine Hus band three Small children. His should give her enough to do without interfering with us when my husband visits her he insists that i go along the visit Al ways ends in an argument. She has even pulled my hair because i did t agree with her. My Hus band 1 get along very Well when she s not in the picture . Regard social Calls As sacrifices answer it would be interest ing in know just what this Daugh Ter would do for her father if he did t have a wife to look after him. Would she have him in her Home in his washing ironing while looking after her own Brood from the picture you paint of the girl i doubt it. Hers seems to be an out out ease of jealousy which you May find impossible to combat successfully. Naturally you Don t want to leave your husband. It s quite natural for him to refuse to be estranged from his Only child. It would be Wise for you to continue to visit his daughter with him if Only in self defense. With you absent Many unkind untrue things could be said that would Lead to further trouble. 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Talk the situation Over with him not with the intent of getting Legal advice but As a Friend to Friend discussion of an unpleasant relationship. Since he knows All parties concerned. I m sure his views will be helpful. Dealt miss 1jix when i a. Nod three years ago we moved into my father s House so i might continue caring for him a younger sister. We were All very Happy together until a relative came to visit. She took Over the household has been Here Ever since. We be tried to Tell dad she s usurper should be asked to go hut he does t want to Hurt her feelings. I can no longer con Sider the Home mine unless she goes my husband i will have to leave. I would hate to take this step since 1 love my father want to stay with him. . Answer there could be three ides to this Story your fathers he relatives yours. There s always tiie possibility that your 3ad enjoys the company of a con temporary really does t consider the lady a usurper. Per laps it s your feelings he does t vant to Hurt. Frank discussion be Ween you your father is the Only solution. If your father is aced with a Choice Between Vou his relative with Good reasons o Back it i m sure hell make the right decision. Dear toss Dix for the Pasi ear i be been taking the same his to work. There is a Young Man who is also a passenger every morning. He attracts me greatly out i have no Way of being Intro. Diced to him. We smile at each other occasionally but never speak Gaj answer by this time a Good morning certainly would not be amiss. Common sharing of a daily rms ride is introduction enough. Write Dorothy Dix for free leaflet d-7, jaundiced in All cases be sure to enclose a stamped self addressed envelope Send request to her care of this newspaper. Dennis Dalmage Welch or. And mrs. Dalmage w. Welch of Florence announce the birth of a son Dennis Dalmage. Jan. 11 at Saunders memorial Hospital. Mrs. Welch is the former miss Stella Hopkins of Bethune. Gas 5 for free gifts super a South Irby Street Cannon Bath towels lollypops Candy bars Penney s a Tway s f irs t open All Day wednesday special Purchase women s 100% pucker Nylon uniforms need no ironing let hang dry double set in Waist line Button front unbelievable at this Low Price White Only members of the order of railway conductors entertained on Hoffmeyer Road. Door prizes were awarded to c. T. Their wives at a supper monday night at Freddie s log Cabin Home mrs. Tony Young. Or. Summerford talks to club on March of dimes Timmonsville or. Kenneth Summerford of Florence speaking n the March of dimes at the Book Garden club told some of the outstanding achievements which have been accomplished from this simple but worthy cause. Or. Sum Merford also assisted the club arranging for the drive now Progress. He gave them some Valu ble tips for the mothers March o be held Jan. 29. Meeting at the Home of mrs. Ralph d. Mclendon the club presi Dent mrs. George a. Anderson called the meeting to order. The club prayer was repeated in uni Ion. After adjournment the hostess served assorted sandwiches cake iced drinks. Marion news mrs. J. Mason Wilkerson of hic tory Grove has returned to her Home after spending several weeks with her daughter son in Law or. And mrs. Laurie Shelly daughters. Miss Polly Galloway her Cousin pvt. Lewis Mceachernjr both of Washington d.c., have re turned to the City after visiting or. And mrs. Lanneau Gas quo or. Lewis Mceachern. Timmonsville the Janu Ary meeting of the Ruth Pettigrew Circle of Sparrow swamp Baptist Church began its program with the Emu watchword bring repeated in unison. Assisting on the pro ram were mrs. Claude Langston mrs. D. C. Kirby mrs. J. R. De fee. Mrs. Allen Joiner mrs. Earlie Anderson mrs. Royal Windham. The hostess mrs. Ben Kirven. Served a salad plate with fruit cake Coffee. The Louise Langston Circle of Sparrow swamp Baptist Church was entertained by mrs. M. H. Angst on. Mrs. Langston As program chair Man was assisted by mis. Wade angst on mrs. Herbert Langston mrs. Pauline Mcleod mrs. Janie sue Harris in presenting the hug rain genuine love for mrs. Harold Anderson Leader conducted the business period. The Circle decided to provide an underprivileged child s school lunch for a month As their comr Unity Mission project. The hostess served congealed fruit salad fruit cake crackers mrs. C. Forrest Tefft of Colum bus Ohio left thursday morning for her Home after visiting her daughter son in Law or. Anc mrs. P. C. Evans boys during the Holiday season. Or. And mrs. Harold Smith Amily of Andover mass., spent monday with or. And mrs. Car Roll Atkinson boys. They were Enro Ute to their Home from Flor a. Misses Martha Peggy Chee zem master Billy Cheezem Are spending this week with their grandparents or. And mrs. My Brayer in Columbia. Or. And mrs. Foster Stanleyjr. F Baxley. A. Have returned to their Home Afler visiting his parents or. And mrs. Foster b. Stan Ley for the new years holidays. Mrs. Ellie Casque or. Is spend ing several weeks in Camden ark., with her daughter. Mrs. Joe car Rie or. Carrie daughters. Say no to acid stomach Fay it with fast acting tums Don t let acid indigestion ret the Best of you. Don t suffer needlessly with heartburn Gassy pressure pains. Eat 1 or 2 turns for top Speed Relief whenever distress occurs. Turns cannot Over alkaline can t canse acid rebound. Require no water no mixing no waiting gel a Handy Roll of turns to carry in pocket or today ski of a tums Tot the Tummy Timmonsville circles hold january meetings Coffee. Darlington news Darlington miss Joanne Ellis left on Friday for Detroit. Mich., where she will continue her nursing career. For the past few years she has been working in Charleston. She is the daughter of or. And mrs Ralph Ellis. Thomas Chandler jr., a-3c. Of the armed forces has returned it Denver colo., after spending the holidays with his parents. Or. And mrs. T. C. Chandler of Darlington county. Miss Catherine Simon of Dar Lington has begun her new duties in the offices of the Columbia braces company Columbia. Miss Simon has been associated with a Darlington loan office for sometime. Or. And mrs. H. B. Byrd celebrated their 50th wedding Annivera at the Benev cottage co Umbria. Dec. 25. Present for the occasion were Ryan Byrd Everett Patrick of Darlington. Or. And mrs. Bass Byrd of Dillon. Or. And mrs. Ruy Purvis daughter Evelyn Purvis of Char Aston or. And mrs. Keith Bass of Charleston. Or. And mrs. J. S. Byrd of Myrtle Beach. Guests of mrs. Jesse Roddick saturday were or. And mrs. Jack Seville family of Charlotte or. And mrs. Laurie Jor Dan Laurie Jordan jr., Linda Lordan. Of Timmonsville or. And mrs. H. R. Copeland family if Orangeburg. Also or. And mrs. Durwood Copeland family of Salem mrs. Rudolph Powell of Char of on or. And mrs. Herbert Laffoday of Florence or. And mrs. Idward Jordan of Lake mrs. Bunyon Mcgee was hostess o the Jessie Circle of spar swamp Baptist Church. Mrs. V. M. Kennedy gave the Devotion d. The program was led by mrs. Acc Alexander. Others assisting in presenting the program were mrs. W. E. Hill mrs. Frank Kelly. Mrs. Eugene brawn dismissed with prayer. The hostess served sandwiches Ake punch. Mrs. Holden mrs. Del cart Thomas were hostesses to the Anie Kirkwood Circle of the Tim a Onsville methodist Church. Mrs. Foe Simmons called the meeting o order. The devotional was Given y mrs. Floyd Layton. The program was under the Reship of mrs. J. Milton tru uck. She was assisted by miss Aura Inabinet mrs. A. T. Honour. Reports were Given on the Bas sets distributed during the Christ Mas season. A note of thanks for a gift was read from the convalescent Home. The hostess served a Sweet course with cheese biscuits Sand Wiches Coffee. The Elizaboth Law Circle me with mrs. Gee p. Jeffords. The. Devotional was Given by mrs. Us telis. Mrs. Ernest Jeffords or of. A. Simmons assisted mrs. Free land Ham in presenting the pro Gram but it is the same mrs. E. N. Fairey Leader con ducted the business session. The hostess served sandwiches cookies fruit cake Coffee. Club is entertained Lamah the members of the j Oun country Canasta club vere entertained by mrs. Francis Field Friday evening at her Home near Lamar. Roses Gladioli vere used to decorate the Home. Four tables were arranged for be game three progressions vere played mrs. Dan Beasley mrs. O. L. Warr were High second High scorers respectively. James Victor Mccullam or. And mrs. Elmer Mccullam if Rowland n.c., announce the birth of a son James Victor Jan. I at Marion memorial Hospital. Mrs. Mcculia the former miss Anne gravely of Lake City Lake City news Lake City among the Manj out of town Tiesis in Lake cite Friday for tin annual ladies n ight. Of the masonic Lodge were or. And mrs. L. Wade Temple Oake View or. And mrs. C Sheely Columbia. Or. And mrs Inry Collins Columbia the Rev. Mrs. Ii. Dwight Mcalister or. And mrs. George c. Nauful Columbia or. And mrs. R. C. Griffith of Florence. Mrs. Ivan Dennis of Columbia As returned to her Home follow no a visit to mrs. C. B. Balicer. Mrs. Roy Spears of Lake City pent several Days recently in co Umbria where she went to visit with her brother or. Laverne Mccutcheon who is seriously in it the Veteran s Hospital in tha City. The regular monthly meeting of the woman s society of Christian service of the methodist Church was held monday afternoon in the educational building with mrs. J. D. Mcelveen president presiding. During the Short business hour plans were discussed Madi. For the coming Spring Mission study to be held in March. The program was directed b mrs. J. W. Floyd. A study on the work in Southeast Asia was Given with mrs. James Richardson mrs. Harrell Graham mrs. Rufus cause taking part. Following the singing of two songs a prayer Spring fashion notes by Dorothy Roe new York Jan. 12 me nubby silk tweeds that look h be Wool wools so Light smooth they look like silk Are headliners in Spring suit fashions icing previewed this week by the nation s fashion press Philip Mangone Dean of the old school of italian born tailors Fea Tures silk suits in a wide Range of distinguish cd fabrics ranging from soft Multi color silk tweeds to Monotone stubs silk to air mixtures in a series destined or top popularity in the easter Larade. A softly rounded line is characteristic of jackets which Lave sleeves Cut in one with the jackets curved seams accentuating the bustling ingenious col a pocket detail. Skirts Are uniformly slim. Mangone also shows a group of lox jacket suits some with novel y pique collars we skits. He Piccen Lutes the glamorous in a dramatic group of Coats in High colors unusual fabrics such As a coat in yellow silk Linen with ill Over draw work pattern spattered in flu a stones. A series of Oft Tweed Coats also feature spar Al e trim. Anthony Blotta another famous Ailor likes soft Tweed suits in Spring Flower colors Lor easter features such tints As Mimosa Heather Violet. Feminine Tail Oring is pointed up by Small round collars Tab pocket details Matching Chiffon scarfs bound in the the suits. Elsa Seh Parelli s coat suit collection for the House of Harry Frechtel accentuates the parisian ouch of open collars either built up to Frame the face or Cut Low Vith silly scarfs to match jacket innings. She achieves the Empire Ine by High waisted seams tucks shows Short or push up sleeves with dropped armholes in both suits Coats favors ight weight. Spongy Wool tweeds. Jewelled pastel Cashmere Jack ets for evening Are a feature of the collection at original modes where the Loose Silhouette wit ii rounded natural shoulders remains he favorite Silhouette. Mrs. Mckenzie elected class vice president mrs. Dorothy Mckenzie was elected to the presidency of the companion class of imm Amiel Baptist Church. She will replace miss Atha Mae Watson who has recently been transferred to co Lumbia. Mrs. Edwin Hewitt was elected assistant Secretary to com plete the Rosier of class officers the devotional was Given by mrs Mckenzie closed with prayer by mrs. Fred Wilson. A Socia committee was appointed As Fol lows mrs. Bennie Harrell mrs Fred Carter mrs. Gene Cox during the social hour Apple pie a la Mode Coffee were served at the time of its destruction n a volcanic eruption in a.d., 7 Pompeii had a population of More than Colo pen Dottle they la see you looking much lovelier than you looked yesterday More than astonishing. It s is Tomling to 20 seconds you appear to have suddenly grown an entirely new skin. Lanolin plus liquid Maku up rovers the sins of your own skin that Well. And it. Makes you look so pert vivacious because each of Hie five shades is a living color that looks alive. Also lanolin Phis liquid helps make your skin soft Ennd smother looking. Plus tax. Liquid make up children Don t fight it they like pure Orange flavor Lias to give. M s largest Selling aspirin for i Iron new s a St. Joseph Host crops for children made just for your child miss Mary Kym of Ozark ala., was a House rust at the Home of or. And mrs. Marion Harrisnn Over the Christmas holidays. Ventu Lite custom venetian blinds aluminium awnings Bamboo match stick drapes Roll Dps sales service. Laundering special on cleaning dial 7024 Utsey s 5 Points Florence we make real estate Loans for installation of that Row water lit am bathroom fact lotto so us my your requirements National finance corp. 213 North Faroan Santt dial 7153 wednesday morning one group of ladies dress shoes values to now one group of ladies Daniel Green House slippers values to now Roberts annual Safe one week Only monday january 11 thru saturday january 16 save on every Box Ftp your stockings a purpose sheer. 75 denier. 1.25 f regularly 3 prs. Mesh. 15 denier. Sheer Heel derm foe. J2 denier. Regularly 3 prs. Colors South Pacific Bali Rosa All styles in Short medium Long lengths open All Day wednesday to serve you. We give s h Green Stamps b Elk s Florence s. C

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