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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - January 24, 1958, Florence, South CarolinaPage 6 the Florence morning news Florence 8. C. Friday morning january donation time mrs. J. R. Wolff area director rhe South Central District of the so fwd entertained at a March of dimes Coffee Parry for her club the literary lantern wednesday morning and. Is taking donations for the Coffee. You pay what you wish for your refreshments with the Money going to the March of dimes. Attending mrs. Wolff s party were mrs. J. H. Arwill mrs. Edwin Brooks mrs. F. L. Coward mrs. A. D. Harper mrs. L. H. Johnson mrs. Harry l. Jones mrs. C. T. Mcdonald mrs. R. F. Mcgee mrs. Dawson Stallworth mrs. C. W. Stikeleather mrs. A. R. Avent mrs. P. B. Thornell mrs. Earl Inman mrs. Francis Beaton mrs. Bradley e. Malone mrs. Jack Williams mrs. Clyde Camp mrs. R. H. Moss mrs. W. G. Barbour mrs. Harry Kay and mrs. S. B. Mccoy. Photo by Maceachern series of parties held Honorina mrs. Marshall miss Murlene Weaver or Anne Treadway miss Glend Breeden and miss Sandra Nofa entertained mrs. Ned marshal recent Bride elect at an inform party wednesday night at the Home of the former. Several arrangements were Fea tured throughout the Home. Refreshments were served from a table covered with an Importe cutwork cloth. Guests present were the Bride mrs. Dan Tyner Mother of the Bride mrs. L. F. Weaver Betty Anne Richbourg mis Lynn Morgan miss Flora an Mccaskill miss Ann Vaughan Ani miss Marcia Mcleod. The hostesses presented mrs Marshall four Teaspoons in he every Day Silver and a set o pyrex dishes. Mrs. 0. C. Gunter Enle Taine tuesday at a morning Coffee Hon orig mrs. Ned Marshall. Upon the honoree a presented a Corsage of Pink perfection camellias. Arrangement of camellias and magnolias were featured throughout the Home. Refreshments were served but Fol style from a Able covered with a lace Tablecloth and a Ceri Ter arrangement of coloured fruit the bowl was mounted on a Mir outlined with foliage of Lacy Juniper. Mrs. J. D. Ellis poured Coffee from a Silver service ant mrs. D. C. Jackson and mrs John Hughes or. Assisted in serv ing. Mrs. Gunter presented the Bride printed pattern with a Gravy boat in her everyday China. Mrs. J. D. Ellis entertained the group by playing several piano selections. Guests were mrs. Marshall mrs. Dan Tyner Mother of the Bride mrs. J. Hutchinson miss Flora Ann Mccaskill mrs. J. Hugnes mrs. Jackson mrs. J. D. Ellis mrs. W. E. Jeffords mrs. A a. Barrow mrs. T. L. Thompson mrs. L. C. Edwards mrs. J. Alton Davis miss Linda Jones mrs. Madison Rainwater and mrs. J. T. Munson. Honna Weinburg plans announced special to the news Hemingway miss Sylvia Hanna and Julian Weinburg have completed plans for their wed Ding. They Are to be married in the Hemingway methodist Church feb. 2. The Rev. Enoch Finklea associate pastor of the Church and the Rev. Lipid Ruijin Uncle of the Bride elect will officiate. Wedding music will be rendered by mrs. Rupert h. Eaddy organist and or. And mrs. I. W. Duranl soloists. Mrs. Carolyn Quinn of Cleve land. Tenn Cousin of the Bride elect be maid of Honor. Pleiades club meets alcohol plus was Given As the cause of alcoholism by or. W. K. Mead in a talk to pleiades literary club at its january meet ing this week. Considering tie condition As a disease. Or. Mend described the symptoms of the three stages pre alcoholic Early chronic and. Late chronic and Dis cussed the value and timing of medical religious and psychiatric treatment. He praised the work of alcoholics Anonymous and called their services the most valuable of those rendered toward the re habilitation of an alcoholic. Mrs. Lamar Holman president asked mrs. Lee Salley miss Bea Medlin and mrs. R. A. Lewis to serve As a nominating committee. Mrs. Eleanor Anderson and mrs. Bonnie Lester reported their Jan o study of the univer Ity Reading room As a possible Lub project. Mrs. Howard Welch and mrs. Mitchell Arrowsmith reported their Tendance at the Tea for the Young woman of the year. Mrs. Velch also reported for the pea nit project that All cans had been distributed and almost All sold. Mrs. S. P. Wright hostess in red the club into the dining room Uherc a Buffet supper was served Vith mrs. H. B. Norwood pouring a and mrs. Howard Welch serv no salad. The program chairman was irs. Mitchell Arrowsmith. Bridesmaids will be mrs. Leroy e. Miller of Columbia and mrs. Crystal Gregory of Columbia and Timmonsville. Miss Johanna Woods of Marion Cousin of the Bride elect will be Junior bridesmaid. The Groom s Grandfather. Hugh Mckelvey of Greenville will serve As Best Man. Ushers be Charles March Banks of Greenville and Columbia Teddy Coker of Charleston and Columbia and Sidney Hanna or. Of Wingate n. A. And Hemingway of the Bride elect. Timmonsville Circle meets the Mary Saunders Circle of the Timmons Ville Baptist Church met with mrs. James Vernon Hewitt tuesday evening at . With mrs de Jernigan assisting hostess. Mrs. Sammie Morris Circle chairman gave the devotional and closed with prayer. Hrs. presented the program by reviewing two chapters in the Mission study Book look the sirs. Norris presided at the business and a note of thanks from mrs. Mary Saunders. Missionary who is serving with her husband at Nairobi Kenya. The Circle sent a baby Blanket to them several weeks ago. The Circle is named in her Honor. The Community Mission chair Man has planned for each Mem ber to bring candies fruit nuts and chewing gum to the february meeting to be taken to the parents at the Griffin nursing Home n Florence. The meeting was dismissed with prayer. Young moderns boys rate personality Over girls Good looks by Vivian Brown How important is a Good personality it s the most important asset a girl can have according to one popular Young male student. If she happens to be Good looking with a Nice figure too More Power to her. But my experience is that Beautiful girls depend on their looks to carry them on to social pretty girls he says Are not Al ways the most popular because they think the world owes them some sort of special adoration. Take a girl i dated recently this 18-year-old student says she delayed us 15 minutes at Home even though we were late for our Date with another group waiting somewhere for us. Then she pouted because she did t like the evening s schedule although she had nothing More constructive to suggest in the Way of entertain ment even if we could have changed our when you Are out with a Beauty she is Likely to spend a Good Deal of time glancing in the Mirror powdering and re finishing her makeup. She worries about her looks constantly this Young Man he insists too that pretty girls Are usually bad sports. The Mere fact that they Are Good looking he says seems to make them determined to shun any form of entertainment that will even muss their of yes they ii sit around in a bathing suit and look pretty but they Don t want to get their hair wet or ruin their he says. Also they May Corral the most tremendous wardrobe Riding clothes ski stuff skating skirts that Are worn like a fashion show rather than to contribute to the activity planned for them. This Young Man seems to feel hat a girl with a winning personality automatically is entertain ing that she makes a sincere Effort to be Gay on a Date and that it just sort of goes with her she is Likely to be a better sport .00, he says enjoying any enter ailment planned by her Date he says. What does the average male Dater like to do this Young Man Vas asked and whatever happened to the idea that when a Nan dated a girl he was supposed o take her to the place of her two ports version of mom s favorite fashion. Sew Sun scooped dross n Jersey car divan trimmed to mulch the tub rk1 of the dress. Kasy in with our helpful printed pattern. I Rin cd i it Iii Lii Ili child s 2, 4, i 8. 10. 6 dress lining trim to Yards 14 Yard is Inch. J aimed directions on each Pat Tern Parl. Knirr. Accurate. Send thirty five cells in coins for this pattern add s cents for each pattern for is class mail inn. Send in an be Adams of Florence morning n news pall can Deal 2-1.1 to Cal i la is new York ii. N v. Print plainly . And Dukes with zonk Ike a Al a flan. Banquet held special to the news Lake City the annual Sun a school teacher training ban net was held tuesday night at he Lake City Baptist Church. Eighty five teachers and officers f the Church were present. Following dinner r. L. Cock eld superintendent of the Sun a school introduced Harry Hillock associate in charge of Eacher training. Or. Whitlock resented the workers with some 75 awards earned during the year 157. Miss Myrtle Turner director of Clivious education spoke briefly i the group encouraging them to Ard a greater training program i the future. The closing remarks were made v inc Rev. A. W. Brickie Pas in of the Church who expressed appreciation for the work clone in in training Field in the sunday school. This work in the Baptist Hurh is a Long Range mining program having been in operation for a period of five years. There Are 95 workers holding workers Watford baby or. Nne mrs. Bryant i. Wai Ford of Timmonsville Annm Mcva the birth of a daughter Mary Ann Jan. 8 at the Davenport Clink. Mrs. Watford is the former miss Mary Louise Pearce of Florenco. Rogerson s Garden Nursery hark am outstanding camellias. Park i Liloni 7.140 Miriam Frances shop we outfit the child from Cradle to College next to Florence hotel Choice regale her with his own impress her with his Charm while sparkling wit and generally try to she played it Coy and Barbecue planned Harllee elementary school to is having a Barbecue stopper from c until 9 . At the school cafeteria tonight. Plates will also be prepared to take out and cakes will be on Sale. Funds Are primarily used for needs of u under privileged Chil Dren. Miss Hanna is he daughter of or. And mrs. Sidney t. Hanna of Hemingway and or. Weinberg the son of mrs. Julian Weinburg of Manning and the late or. Wein t Walker baby or. And mrs. A. L. Walker of Florence announce the birth of a daughter Kathy Marie Jan. 18 at the Mcleod infirmary. Daughters Grace and Terry. Clearance one group Nylon orlon Wool Price remaining Wool bermudas sportswear Many Many dresses added to pre teen and Junior group Price hats bags our greatest january clearance Sale save save save s Ai Long sleeve men s White dress shirts Fine Quality fully Sanford Zed for perfect fit individually packed in polythene bags a regular value Price each neck sizes 14 to 17 sleeve lengths 32 33 34 men s coat style jackets 100% Wool interlining Zipper front Zipper top pocket 2 Side pockets regular reduced to sizes 38-46 boy s Long sleeve sport shirts Ivy league styles checks plaids stripes regular Friday and saturday Only each sizes 6-18 Muslin fitted sheets Sanford Zed for permanent fit double bed size single bed size reduced to Muslin Pillow cases 42x36 t7 a. Pair pin Wale printed Yard goods 36" wide regular 98c Yard reduced to Yard Kendall tobacco bed covers 22x18 Quality 3x33 1 1-3 yes. Reduced to per in Yards men s Long sleeve sport shirts flannels Broadcloth checks stripes plaids solid colors Ivy league Many other styles regular reduced to 1 32 1 regular reduced to sizes so a boy s Corduroy Slacks belted Back tapered legs colors Brown Grey Char. Regular reduced to sizes pair ladies fall Winter better dresses Beautiful styles fabrics regular reduced to s448 1 sizes 7-15 10-20 38-52 first Quality lint free fringed edges double single bed size regular Friday and saturday Only each All remaining ladies hats suits goats reduced 2 Price reductions on Many Many other items in every department shop and save at your Friendly Efird department store

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