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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - January 24, 1958, Florence, South CarolinaFriday morning january 24, 1958 the Florence morning news Florence. S. Pagba Dorothy Dix says Popup your courtship Deau Dorothy Dix Here s but she says she s afraid we the problem i face. I m a widower of 58, own my Home have a Small farm that yields a Good living am a Man of Good reputation and habits. For Many years be known Nellie now a woman of 45. I think she d make very Good wife and have proposed to her Lamar news or. And mrs. Edgar Roland Kempson son and daughter in Law of or. And mrs. Gerald Kemp gon have moved to Orangeburg. Mrs. Willie Hersey was i weekend guest of or. And Gerald Kempson. Mrs. Mrs. Thelma Waters is on an extended trip to Jacksonville Fla. Mrs. Charlie Cauthen has arrived from Germany to be with her Mother mrs. Levi Odom who is recovering from a recent ill Ness. Mrs. W. Carter was a recent patient at Saunders memorial hos Pital. Or. Bob Amerson is a patient in the Boykin clinic. E. Chandlerjr. Of Clemson College is speeding the holidays Between semesters with his parents or. And mrs. Curliss Chandler. Mrs. K. P. Hicks is at Home after being a patient at Saunders memorial Hospital. Miss Nancy Jane Smith and or. Leon Harrington spent the week end in Taylorsville . Visiting their parents. Fran Windham daughter of or. And mrs. Roy Windham Cela rated her seventh birthday with a party at Parnell Park on Satur afternoon. Twenty guests at tended. Rogers Reynolds of Newberry College spent the weekend with his parents or. . Reynolds. Ray would t make a go of it. I think she s of the opinion that love at our age should t be any differ ent than so called Young i be tried to Tell her that she s wrong but am making no head Way. I have three children but they re All married and no wants to live with me. The lady likes my Home we re of the same religion and share Many interests. Why do you suppose she balks at marriage i think we could be very Happy together. Benjie dear you go about courting a wife As if you were hiring a Cook. Any woman no matter what her age want a Little Romance mixed in with the proposal. If you have nothing but a Home to offer her she does t need it she has a Good one Al ready. I have no doubt you could be a very Happy couple if you would Pep up your dear Dorothy Dix when i visited my aunt for Christmas vacation i met a charming boy. She gave me permission to Dale him. He was going into service the following week and asked me to write him. I never told my parents about the Date i m Only 15 and not allowed to so How can i explain it if i do write him . Dear . Take your troubles to mom. Ask permission to write the boy. If you knew dating was against parental edict you had no business to accept the boy s invitation auntie notwithstanding. Maybe the folks will relent and let you keep your correspondent. Ask there s no better Way to find out. Dear Dorothy Dix through High school Walt was my sweetheart then he suddenly turn cd around and married someone else. Apparently it was a forced marriage. Now he s been married Over a year and we meet occasionally. He has asked me for a Date. I still love him. I la follow smart Choice. Rain or Shine Coats fully lined raincoats with match ing halt in your Choice of checks Lurex Leeds Poppins lecture to round collars Region sleeves Back Isle rest Cost see save 8-18. 11.89 Fleg. Your advice but please say it would be All right to go out with him once in awhile. Candy dear Candy this Young Man s request for a. Date was an insult. His wife is getting the full disloyalty treatment from him. And his Choice of you As second Best certainly in t flattering. I Hope you do take my advice slap his face asks again. Dear Dorothy Dix i am Divorcee with two daughters one of them married. My son in Law is impossible. He s selfish domineering and i cannot tolerate him. I think my daughter would like to leave him but is afraid. He s mean to their Small baby which makes me terrible nervous. -d.c. Dear d. A your son in Law is your daughter s problem. Let her handle it. Send your problem to Dorothy Dix. Be sure to enclose a stamped self addressed envelope and address her care of this newspaper. He clubs meet special to the news Lamar parents teachers Assn. Met monday night in the Lamar High school auditorium. Mrs. Daily Harris prese Dent presided. Mrs. Wilbur Hill program Leader introduced the Rev. Huggins of the Philadelphia Southern met Odist Church. He gave the devotional. Mrs. Caldwell Sang. She was accompanied by mrs. Rivers Huggins. Dalton k. Brasington superintendent of the Lamar area schools introduced the guest speaker Robert Flowers. He gave a talk on mrs. Derrick Joye s Grade won the Banner for attendance in the High school and mrs. Ray Fletcher s Grade won in the elementary school. Mrs. Alton Jeffords served refreshments after the meeting. She was assisted by mrs. Francis Humphries and mrs. Lefoy wat Ford. Johnsonville planning a Basic wardrobe was the demonstration Given at the january meeting of the old Johnsonville Home demonstration club held at the Home of mrs. Sam Altman with the president mrs. Wilson player presiding. Mrs. W. F. Hanna religion and welfare chairman gave the devotional. The program was presented by the beautification chair Man mrs. Wins tort Cox. Nine members were present and my. Vernot Altman of George town was welcomed As a visitor. During the business session new year books were distributed to those present project for lie year is to beautify the old Johnsonville methodist. Church grounds. The health chairman mrs. Merrill Poston announced the state Board of health Mobile a Ray unit will be in Johnson Ville in february. In giving the demonstration mrs. Gene Sanderson assistant county agent stress the Rule of this Rule is used by ladies in checking to know if they overdressed. These elements Are found in the hats dresses suits blouses glasses jewelry gloves and bags and other accessories. Mrs. Altman modelled a dress with mrs. Sanderson changing the neck line using different collars and dickies. The february meeting will be held at the Home of mrs. J. L. Mcdaniel. Beard baby the Rev. And mrs. G. Beard of Hemingway announce the birth of a son Jan 14, at the Kelly memorial Hospital in Kingstree. Mrs. Beard is the former miss Elizabeth Hudson of Greer. They have two other sons Austin and David. Coffee for drive mrs. William Shealy of the Junior Cosmos literary club entertained at a morning Coffee party wednesday for the March of dimes. All literary clubs in the South Central District of so fwd have been urged to have Coffee parties by mrs. J. R. Wolff area director. Attending mrs. Shealy s party were her club members and neighbors mrs. N. W. Patillo mrs. J. B. Grainger mrs. Henry Spears mrs. Gerald Scarborough mrs. J. W. Jones jr., mrs. E. H. Wilcox mrs. Paul Triplett and mrs. Jack Pusser. Photo by Maceachern Johnsonville personals mrs. Minnie Eaddy and Daugh was a recent guest of or. And or Ora of Jacksonville Fla., recently spent a week with mrs. A. G. Lewis and Oiler relatives. The Rev. George n. Herndon and 0. L. Avant visited Fulton Laster who is a patient at the Mcleod infirmary in Florence. Chuck Wylie has returned to his Home in Columbia after spend ing a week with his grandparents or. And mrs. J. L. Mcdaniel. 0. L. Avant sunday after spend no saturday night at Crescent Tench where they were the guests of or. And mrs. Felix Breedin Bennettsville. Or. And mrs. Talmadge Eadon were recent business visitors in Columbia. While there they visited their son in Law and daughter or. And mrs. Mike Brown. Guests of or. And mrs. 0. L. Avant sunday were or. And mrs. Lea Rowan Betty Lee and Hal Rowan or. And mrs. Bobby Avant and daughter Kathy and or. And mrs. 0. L. Avant or. And daughter Blenda All of George town. Mrs. Lenora Riemann has re turned to her Home in new Orleans la., after a visit with her Oivin kit and daughter or and mrs. James Woodberry. Mrs. Vernot Altman and Daugh tens Kathy and Daren of George town arrived Friday morning for a visit with her parents or. And mrs. Sam Altman. Her husband or. Altman joined them for the weekend. Or. And mrs. Garland Mcdaniel and children returned to fort Bragg n. C., sunday after spend ing the weekend with mrs. Layern Cox and with mrs. Mcdaniel s parents or. And mrs. Wise. Miss Fleta Avant was a visitor in Florence monday. Mrs. J. Z. Hanna of Indian won Priscilla club meets special to the news Hemingway the january meeting of the Priscilla Book club was held at the Home of mrs. Jack Cockfield wednesday at . Mrs. James White president led discussion about the club entertainment Calendar. The hostess served a salad course with Coffee. The february meeting will be held at the Home of mrs. Melvin Cribb. Ills. Walter j. Baxley. Miss Natalie Grier of Midway Vas a recent guest of miss Margie Eadon. Or. And mrs w. B. Fletcher of visited i and mrs lake1 City Hub meets special to the Lake City the Korosis club held its january meeting tuesday afternoon at the Home of mrs. J. P. Truluck with the assisting hostess being miss Emily Askins. The president mrs. Lewis mrs. Brice Caster was a Visi or in Florence wednesday. Or. And mrs. Talmadge Eadon were visitors in Sumter saturday. Or. And mrs. Eaddy of Prospect and mrs. A. G. Lewis have re turned to their Homes after a week s visit with their sister mrs. Minnie Eaddy of Jackson Ville Fla. Actu meets Timmonsville the Julia Wraxter . Met with mrs j. M. Buddin tuesday afternoon with mrs. I. W. Pitman and mrs Karl Sutliff co hostesses. Floral arrangements and native greens were featured throughout the horned mrs. E. D. Fairey led the devotional and mrs. L. A. Galloway president closed with prayer. Mrs. J. R. Woods read severs articles from the Union Sig mrs. W. M. Wall reported the Julie Traxler . Was hold fast during the social period freshment were served. Facts she brought out was that this was the most expensive Home any american Ever lived during the social hour a Salai plate with russian Tea and Cook ies was served by the hostesses three Honor special to the news Timmonsville mrs. Mcghan Lee recent Bride was entertained tuesday evening at a miscellaneous Shower Given by mrs. Hybert Mcclam mrs. L. D. Lee and mrs. Olin Revell at the iome of the Fourrier. Potted plants and Winter greens vere featured throughout the Lortie. The honoree was presented a Novelty Corsage of Kitchen utensils upon her arrival. Bridal games and contests were played and mrs. Cone Evans mrs. Y. Monroe Welch and mrs. Ruth Conyers received awards refreshments were served to the 25 guests present. The Bride was showered with an array of gifts. Hood baby or and mrs. Ralph g. Hood of Florence announce the birth of a daughter Sandra Kay Jan. 22 at the Saunders memorial Hospital. They have another daughter Angela age two. Calendar Pridat 10-15 . Mcleod infirmary a Tull Ary at the museum with Walter Hart and mrs. George Tyson Host esses. Health problem Caudr. Joew. Phillips phone 7522 chiropractor in the Trust opposite Post office Heniken presided. During the business session the approved taking a member ship in the county mental health Assn. And mrs. Fleniken reminded them of the meeting of the association in Florence on Jan 31. The program theme for Tho afternoon was the founders of the world s greatest chemical com along this line mrs. R. T. While head discussed the do Ponts of and mrs. D. M. Evans spoke on the Henry Dupont Home which has been Given to the state of Del aware As a museum. Among the does your Washer have the Rock and Roll blues see Mac for a Cool Frigidaire 58 dial 2-2941 Mclellan s appliance fabric fashions now values from 79e deluxe prints consists of Percale 80x80 and up Broad cloth Poppins. Deluxe solid colors consists of Percale combed Taf felized Broad cloths and better Quality solids. Deluxe Border prints these Are All Border prints and apron Type prints. Super variety store Roddy s fully cooked picnic hams in. 35c swifts Seminole Bacon in. 49c fresh Home make pure lard 2 ibs. 35c Vaughan s grocery Market free delivery 817 East Cheves Street phone 2-4359 2-4350 Monarch dietetic 2, 303 cans Carrot juice _ 39c Monarch dietetic no 300 cans 2 for up. Fruit juice 25c ave carry a Complete line of dietetic foods shop Beik s for better to Lection by stir butyl buy Belk s for Cort fled Batur vol Uii Don t miss showboat fri., Jan. 24 p. M. Channel 8 a full half hour of variety entertainment featuring students of the Rosalynne Turbeville school of dance Jay s Rochette orchestra produced by the Rosalynne Turbeville school of dance sponsored by Rogers furniture co., inc., Marion a c. Little pee Dee Lodge Mullins s. Swift s select heavy baby beef Sale round Sleak . 79c sirloin Steak . In. 85c Boneless Stew . 59c Rump roast in. 49c Large . 33c Small hens in. 25c Vaughan s pure pork . 49c beef liver in. 43c All meat Bologna in. 43c Roddy s weiners in. 39c Roddy s All meat smoked 99c miss Pickford Oleo. In. 21c Burden s 10c fresh fish -._____ib. I9c Swift s Brookfield . 69c White super soft tissue____4 Roll pkg. 29c Jiffy assorted cake mixes also Waffle Corn bread and pie Krust. Each Loc no Way flour 5 ibs. Bag 39c 10 ibs. 75c 25 ibs. Iris Brand Long Grain Rice 3 in. Pkg. 39c value Coffee with Hickory in. 69c Carolina Pride lard 3 in. Carton 59c Blue plate Strawberry preserves _ 15-oz. Tub 49c Betsy Ross grape juice quart 29c Libby s crushed pineapple 2 size 300 cans 39c Grapefruit and Orange juice no. 2 can.2 for 25c White House sliced apples for pies no. 2 can 2 for 49c Sweet potatoes in. 5c i Bushel rubbing alcohol it. Size. 2 for 35c Grade a Large shipped eggs 2doz

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