Florence Morning News Newspaper Archives Jan 24 1954, Page 7

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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - January 24, 1954, Florence, South CarolinaSunday morning january 24, 1954 Florence morning news Florence s. C. Page 7 Talent exhibit scheduled for club meeting Many of us have for years fondly cherished the intriguing thought that we possess a hidden Talent but Fate had deprived us of the Opportunity to let the world Benefit by it. Several members of the senior citizens social club Are to have the privilege at the next meet Ingol exhibiting such gifts. In a contest entitled proof of the pudding certain artists Are to be called upon. More will not be divulged Here but it is Only fair to warn any Talent scouts in the Vicinity to be on the Alert in imitation of the Well known television show i be got a Sec some members of the Tim Rod club will serve As a panel to guess the secrets of a group of the senior citizens social club. For another interesting contest All Comers Are asked to bring snap shots taken approximately 15 or 20 years ago Frank Barvell will be present with More than his usual number of Bon Mots to liven the evening and All in nil the first mooting of the new year promises to be one of the most enjoyable. Chairmen of the camellia show the Iris Garden jr., mrs. Whitfield milling jr., mrs. C. S. Davis mrs. W. H. Club is putting on feb. 19 and 20 at the episcopal Parish Sydnor mrs. Julian p. Price mrs. Frank Brown mrs. P. H. My House Are left to right mrs. S. O. Russell mrs. S. W. Inman each in. Better for blankets blankets can be dried in a dryer in 15-25 minutes. And there is actually less shrinkage when a Blanket is laundered in an Auto Matic Washer and dryer than when it is washed by hand and Hung on the line to dry to keep hot breads from Cooling at the table keep them covered with a Napkin. Florence town Beautiful let us beautify As we go so that those who follow will know which Way we Florence is truly a Beautiful place and More Flower minded than Ever. Our flow hardens Are attracting visitors from other places All of the time. In Riding about town you will see men and women raking and work ing their gardens getting ready for the Spring festival our Gar Dens will soon put on Blooming now Are pansies eng Lish daisies violets Narcissus Ane Mones Candy tuft daffodils and hyacinths. Star Magnolia will be open soon. February is the month of bulbs and they make their Best showing then. Beds of Sweet Wil Liams in the various hues will Fol Low. One special Flower does t make a Garden. It is the combination of Many varieties shrubbery and Vel Vety lawns that makes the whole a vision of camellias Are now in Bloom preening themselves in preparation for the camellia show feb. 19 and 20 sponsored by the Iris Garden club. Plan now to enter your specimen blooms and arrangements. Following the camellias will be the azaleas and the Dogwood. Tis then that Florence is truly ablaze with color in varied hues. Let s All work together for a Florence that is More Beautiful than Ever in memory of the late or. Dan Mccarthy who loved Beauty and did so much for the beautification of Florence. Fifth anniversary celebrated by Welcome Wagon newcomers club with luncheon meeting thursday celebrating the fifth anniversary of the organization the Welcome Wagon newcomers club held a luncheon meeting in the Blue room of the colonial hotel thursday. Mrs. C. E. Powell who was officially installed in december As the president for 1954 presided Over the meeting. Mrs. G. H. Hill mrs. W. R. Mccown and mrs. K. K. Shetley wen1 presented roses in Honor of their one year memberships. In welcoming the first timers. Mrs. Powell invited them to join the organization. She also stated that they would be welcomed into a Bridge club Garden club and a literary club organized within the group. The nine first timers were Mes Dames h. L. Olson a. J. Appleby a. M. Lee a. L. Luttrell j. O. Brewer. J. E. Saint Amand r. G. Little e. H. Wilcox and c. R. Dillon. Following the luncheon mrs. Frank Nolen made a talk on girl scouting in Florence. T e program chairman mrs. M. E. Hunch announced that a Fash Ion Shower would be the feature of the february meeting. Coffee arithmetic use two level Tablespoons of Coffee for each three quarters of a cup of water. When you re in a hurry and have your heart set on serving fresh homemade doughnuts use the drop method. Make up a Basic doughnut dough then drop by heaping Teaspoons into deep hot fat push the dough from the spoon into the fat with a rubber Spatula. Ork a decorator s with you Don t have to be a magician or a decorator to give your rooms a Spring time sparkle begin now by selecting your slip cover materials from our com plete Stock of modern prints solid colors end traditional designs Bright new ideas you be admired in homemaking magazines everglade Chintz in a wide variety of solid colors and prints 36 inches wide. 98c frosted prints Pebble cloth bark cloth and sail cloth Floral patterns and solid colors 48 inches wide value cd. Antique Satin and Dresden Satin 48 inches wide cd. Every Price fast color and pre shrunk one big table slip cover and drapery materials assorted Floral patterns 48 inches wide Yard we gives a Green stomps hours 9 to 6 daily a Doris Louise Moody or. And mrs. Douglas Moody of Florence announce the birth of a daughter. Doris Louise Jan. 22 at Bruce Hospital. Igantic8-Daysale camellias Trees azaleas landscape plants off hurry listed Are just a few of the tremendous values one half million plants on Sale everybody can buy 850 grafted Fine camellias 2200 Fine varieties were 29 on Sale 97c plus fax morning glow or. Tinsley White Hakar Akutan Nagasaki Malhot Iana Hose Empress m Ilia a Rev. John Bennett Alba Plena White Empress White giant Lawaine Var. Bessie Ballings hath Kosea superba Pink perfection professor sergeants colonial Pink Cleopatra Hoffa superba Var. Aut Dasson Var. I m u a Queen Bessie Debutante c. M. Hovey lady Vansittart Rainy Sun Al come Victor Emannel Frizzle White Virgin Blush want Iville Rod Florence Stratton Sarasa Jarvis red Monarch colonel firey Dutches Sutherland Day dream camellias s5 82 each c. M. Wilson Marjorie Marnil cent morning glow or. Tinsley Magnolia Flora White Empress Ville de Nantes plus tax Donck Elari Woodville hed Gen. Patton Usu Beni Beni Kan Tsubaki Virgin s Blush Haka Ramuten these and 20 other Fine varieties plants similar to these Are being sold by Nur series All Over the country from to each. Alba Plena full of Beautiful White blooms 6-8 it. Cd a. Plus tax value Matho Tiana Rubra 15 years old 6 it. Across plus Tox buds on our camellias Are Good. They were protected by a solid mass of ice which prevented temperature from going below 32 degrees on All of our azaleas and camellias. Our 22 acre Nursery is equipped with Over head irrigation which made it possible for us to protect ail of our plants with a thick solid coat of ice that protected the buds foliage and Root system. Silver Leaf Maple 8-12 it. Were now plus tax red Leaf Maple 8-12 it. Now plus tax chinese Elm 12 it. Plus fax Pecan Trees Stewart value plus tax peach Trees Georgia Bell Elberta j. H. Hale others plus tax Fig Trees plus tax grape vines value 49c plus tax Pyra Cantha red berries. 49c plus tax Gardenias 2 it Tail 49c plus tax Burford Holly Well branched. 97c plus tax loquat specimen 97c plus tax Oriental 4-5 it. Magnolias plus tax flowering peach 6-8 it. Tall 4-5 it. Spread red Pink White plus tax Pink la Garden Nursery i Home of million Beautiful plants open every Day to to Cherokee r Orence s. C Indica azaleas full of Boom buds were 69c now 35c

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