Florence Morning News Newspaper Archives Jan 17 1954, Page 8

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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - January 17, 1954, Florence, South Carolina8-a the Florence morning news. Florence s. C. Sunday morning january 17, 1951 Garden clubs of Marlboro county have scheduled a joint meeting Bennettsville the Gar Den clubs of Marlboro county arc having a joint meeting at the meth Odist Church in 2 p. M. Jan. 20. Mrs. W. Pm a Bryant of president of the South Carolina Garden hubs will he present with other state offi mrs. M. D. Speght. President of the Garden club Council of Bennettsville will preside and Intro Ducc the following state chairmen mrs. P. D. Awards Gix Enville mrs. .1. R. Thomas corresponding scr Eirv Orange Hurt mrs. Curlis Bull. Birds Cameron Edwin a Hoy Blue Star Ilc Nilo Chr raw mrs. Thomas Edwards. Car Dan centers Greenville mrs. W. E. Mcnulty. Garden therapy Columbia mrs. Hay v. Garden clubs of veto mrs. Edwin Boyle National card enc Sumitr mrs. ,1. M. Napier program Darlington find mrs. Dibble Moss. Horticulture scholarship Orangeburg. The principal address will be Given by mrs. W. Jack Bryant president. South Carolina Garden clubs. Afterwards a Tea will be Given by the Moreland Garden j club in the Church. The following Rrt embers of the club will receive i mrs. L. Duparc president mrs John Cole mrs. John m. Moore i mrs. W. S. Rowe or. Mrs. C. K. Steele mrs. Russell Copeland and mrs. Cosby Newton. Preceding the meeting miss e. A. Killcy director of East Sand j la Illus District will be hostess to a luncheon at the county general Hospital entertaining the state president of the South car Olina Garden clubs with state officers and committee members and the presidents of the ten Garden clubs in the county. Barb Cue supper Pisgah Church off Hoffmeyer Road thursday Jon. Pm til per plate dessert extra come and help yourself miss Carolyn Willis Baton instructor the Rosalynne Turbeville school of dance very proudly announces the addition of miss Carolyn Willis to the school faculty. Miss Willis member of the n. B. T. A. National Baton twirling holds the distinct Honor of having been listed in the National publication of who s who in Baton for the last two years. She has studied professionally under Bill Ailen of the University of Georgia Sara Paige Jackson of Wake Forest College Don Sartell National adjutant of the . And last summer attended the Smith Waldrige Camp he d in Syracuse Indiana. Miss Wiilis specializes in Flash pretzel and slide work with the Baton. The Clem gurgle the Kansas City Kitty the Dixie strut end the Texas strut Are but a few of the phases of Baton training to be Learned at the Rosalynne Turbe Ville school of dance. For information and enrolment dial 8337 9306 for the Best in the development of Fine technique it s the Rosalynne Tii Reviue school of dance 331 a West Evans Street Florence s. C. Kov Aix school the Royall school Parent teach cars association will meet night no . In the school auditorium. A legislative program with or Julian Dusenbury As guest speaker will be presented. Or. John m. Scott chairman of the legislative committee of Royall school will introduce the speaker. A Nursery will be provided. All parents arc urged to attend. George in eggs school or. Joseph Clarke Roberts presi Dent of Coker College will address the regular monthly meeting of the George Briggs a to. 8 . Tucs any night Jan. 19. In the auditorium. Or. Roberts is qualified As or educator to speak on n subject helpful to both parents and teach Sers. He received his College Edu cation it Furman Duke and har Vard universities. He taught Al Ohio state and Duke University from 1934-1952. In addition to this he is the author of several books he assumed his duties at Coker in August 1952. All parents and interested per on Are urged to attend this meet ing. All Are requested to bring clothing outgrown or otherwise not in use for the needy of the school. Mekenzie school the a to o Mckenzie school will meet thursday afternoon in the school auditorium at . A panel discussion on the health of your child will be conducted with or. Julian Price As guest speaker. Or. Dan Schipman presi Dent urges All members to attend. Mrs. Ernest Allen president of the Florence area a to Council this week that the Clare tree major play Alice in wonder id will be presented Jan. 30 at the Alc Clenaghan High school sponsored by the area Council. This play direct irom new York with trained actors promises to Delight the mind of both Young and old. Tickets arc now on Sale it All the. Schools and parents Are i Rcd to get their tickets Early. There be Only one perform Ance saturday afternoon at Prospect he club holds meeting the Prospect Home demonstration club held its january meeting at the Community recreation build ing. With mrs. L. A. Hanna presiding the pledges to the flags and the Council Creed were repeated unison. Mrs Myrtle Lawrence read the scripture and mrs. Risley Cox j led the lord s prayer. Progress was reported being made on the club s Community project. B. T. Humphries and mrs. Cox presented the program. Mrs. Jessica Dantzler and mrs. I Gene Sanderson gave a Demontra Lilibet the 1954 All America Rose selections award win Ner went on Sale at nurseries throughout the country Jan. 1. This Rose named to Honor the Princess who became Queen Elizabeth ii of England is an origination of howards of Hemel California. Lilibet a Floribunda is an Ideal Plant for Hedges Borders and bed planting. It produces bouquets of pleasantly fragrant Radiant Pink blossoms and compact dark Green Foli age and ils blooms unfold continuously throughout the grow ing season. Subtle changes of tone within each Petal enhance the depth and liveliness of the abundant clusters. Dorothy Dix says luxury of soil Tucjer dear miss Dix perhaps you la in Mitty. A Man who just would be kind enough to devote a Cordiliko Francc to be alone Occa 0 a minor grievance of mine. Why has can t wives appreciate the fact that Hack in this 1 Man might like an occasional Vining alone the indies have the of the House All Day. And it miss Sarah Frances Byrd Bride of Dewey e. Knight in Hartsville Church Hak Tsvili a the Wesley methodist Church in Hartsville was the set lie of a wedding at 8 . Jan. 2 when miss Sarah Frances Bvrd became the Bride of Dewey cd word Knight. The Rev. R. C. Griff eth. Pastor officiated using the double ring ceremony. Mrs. Lever Edwards organist and Ervin Mclendon jr., soloist furnished the wedding music. The Bride entered on the Arm of her brother Dewey Lewis Byrd jr., who gave her in marriage. She wore a dress of White Satin and Chantilly lace fashioned with filled bodice and a Peter pan Collar with lace sleeves that tap Perez to Calla Points Over the wrists. The full Satin skirt with inserts of Bee panels ended in Long Cathedral train. The double tiered fingertip veil of bridal illusion fell from a scalloped Lare Halo with tiny seed pearls edging the she carried a White Bible topped with a while Orchid. Miss Mary Byrd. Cousin of the Bride of Hartsville was maid of Honor. She wore r full length Cher by red velvet dress and a match ing Tiara. Her Flowers were White Glam Ellias. The bridesmaids were miss mar arct Ann Byrd Cousin of the ride of Monroe n.c., and Harts Ville mrs. L. C. Norton sister of he bridegroom of Dunbar miss Connie Watford of Hartsville and 3ishopville and miss Catherine Russ of Hartsville. Their dresses and Flowers were identical to that of the maid of Honor. Or. D. Knight of Bennetts Ille served As his son s Best Man. The usher groomsmen were Ai on Byrd Uncle of the Bride of larts Villa Kelly King Cousin of he bridegroom. Donald Dudley and Darnell Sanders All of Ben i Ottsville. Mrs. Dewey l. Byrd Mother of he Bride wore a dress of Dusty lace and Chiffon and a White line Lila Corsage. Mrs. D. D. Knight Mother of lie bridegroom wore a dress of Lue lace and Chiffon and a Cor aae of White Gardenias. Mrs. J. M. Huwell grandmother a the bridegroom wore a Grey rope dress with a Pink Rosebud Orsage. Immediately following the Cere Mony. The Bride s Mother enter late or. Byrd. She was graduated from the Hartsville High school and Coker College. She was a Mem Ber of the Chi Beta Epsilon Busi Ness fraternity at Coker. Or. Knight is the son of or. And mrs. D. D. Knight of Bennetts Ville. He was graduated from Bennettsville High school. Before entering the service he worked with the Public works of Bennettsville. At present he is serving with the u. S. Navy on the . 836. Modern etiquette q. Where should one s return address be properly placed on the envelope of a letter a. The preferred position is in the upper lefthand Corner of the face of the envelope although when the envelope is too Small the re turn address is sometimes written on the Back. Q. When is the proper moment for a dinner guest to open his Napkin and place it on his Lap a. Only when the hostess takes up her Napkin. And be sure not to unfold the Napkin completely open it Only in half and Luv it across the Lap. Q. When a woman is alone in a hotel in what Way should Mio Call a taxi a. Ask a Bellboy to attend to this. Your idea. She might get to like bring away from you and become involved eventually in Tou k it for their wedding trip. For Many enterprises. J travelling the Bride wore a Brown never occurs to them that a Hus i think inn la inc Hnin n up. And and could use a Lillie being with people All Day is nerve asking and exhausting Ami i for you la just have to i yourself to the idea that i retained with a reception in the recreation Hall of the Church. Later in the evening the couple Wool Simony pretty Well Marks the end three piece suit. She used Brown accessories and wore a White Orchid Corsage. Knight is the daughter of solitary hours. As a matter of lie would be easier to live with fact the reason some people Dewey Lewis Byrd and the f my wife would leave me by is to avoid loneliness which evening n week and let me i is an accepted synonym for Soli Cook my dinner of and when i Jot around to it. In i suggested such a thing she d think i was ired of her or did t appreciate j nor. Nothing could be further from he truth but i would like the luxury of a few hours to myself occasionally. Just complaining an original desire answer to you goes the Honor of having submitted the most Ori Ginal problem to come my Way in a Long while. Piles of letters be moan the husbands who go out several nights a week or those who won t take the Little woman out those who refuse to let their wives have an evening off by themselves. But a husband who Longs for Solitude is a Rara Avis. Most people Don t like to be alone need constant in companionship or Are a tilde. Actually loneliness is cheer less Solitude which certainly in t Florence credit women a what you arc a Skeg for i m afraid Breal fast club held their regular i Haven t been much help concern Mccune at the Home your problem but be assured tour slav morning Tel invocation o that i am at least sympathetic. Asked by however Don t risk a Happy mar i me to secure your privacy. Dear miss Dix what do t owe my stepchildren p if teen years ago i married a Man with Throe Chil Dren the youngest Only two. To also had my Mother in Law with us. T worked steadily to put the children through school arid saw them All married. My husband died five years ago. Now i have tuberculosis and none of the Chil after breakfast the meeting was called to order by the president mrs. Margaret Goff. Due to the absence of a number of members on account of sickness Only routine business was transacted. Clover As a crop was introduced into England in the 17th Century and later into the United states. A jacket c Blouse for the Money bakes Good fashion Ihui piece Spring suet woo Root suit Wuu of 00% woot lightweight fleece fined in a Novelty rib to notch the that Fata jewelled color to match of Booie skirt cd alone As a sleeveless Cardigan. Be ced skirt is Perron Aenry pleated and completely f washable of Orion and Wool a wac Grey Blue. Sizes 8 to 16 up j exclusively ours. Fashion Center where Quality is higher than Price family with which they used slides Porter s gift shop lamp shades Needle Point antique Silver Beautiful Silver 167 West Cheves Street clearance Sale on All merchandise no exchanges no refunds a sales final youth Center Dren will come to Seo me. One girl offered to buy my House a Small one. And the Only thing i have in the paying me 525 j a month. 1 refused knowing that i would t have a Home if i sold j it. I never considered myself As a Stepmother or them As step children but now must lace it they Aren t my children. Mary d. Answer it s hard to under stand How people can be so ungrateful and unsympathetic or How j any hearts be so hard. Your j Consolation will have to lie in the j i thought that you did your , i and that you la never have to live with an uneasy conscience As they will. Trust in clod in your trouble. Dear miss Dix my husband has become involved with a girl 35 years younger he is. She is i 21, he is ij2. Lie can t she is j making a fool of him. Lie gives her Beautiful presents she goes out with other men of which he is aware but in Bis infatuation it makes no difference. I am several years younger than he is. And not unattractive. I feel it might be Best to go out on my own. Mrs. H. A Siver such in infatuation As your husband hns is Short lived. Since your marriage has been Happy up to this Point and will undoubtedly go Back to its old basis when your Man recovers his senses h would be bolter for you to stick to him through this crisis. When he does what a fool he s been hell sorely need some one to stand by and that seems to be the traditional role of some wives. Only Hope is to get your wife interested in something that will take her away from Home a few hours a week. However you must be warned that there could be a kick announcing the formal opening Smitts drive in restaurant Darlington dual i Way opposite pee Dee exp. Station mrs. Cully Smith owner open daily Loam till 11 pm closed sundays curb service we private dining room f specialize in Corn puppies on a stick and hamburger k deluxe be sure and try our Tbone steaks and Chicken in the Basket i v no Beer served to millions she is Queen mary1 in France she is Marie d or in Cuba in it Maria de Oro in Sweden she is Maria Vard but to English speaking readers she is the Queen of the comic Page she is that universally loved favorite aunt the kindly understand ing confidant to whom you can take a bruised Finger or a broken heart. Begins monday in the morning news

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