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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - January 30, 1958, Florence, South CarolinaVagi a a the Florence morning news Florence. S. C. Thursday morning january so 1958 women Maceachern woman s editor Sandra Nofil reporter drop in honors family moving to Beltsville approximately 100 friends of or. And mrs. R. L. Walker and family attended a drop in at the Home of or. And mrs. H. D. Batts on Wood Vale or. Sunday afternoon to say goodbye to the walkers their daughters Martha Lee and Jane Kaye and mrs. Walker s Mother mrs. Effle b. Lee. Or. And mrs. Batts received in the living room with the walkers guests were invited into the Din ing room and asked to sign the Register by Barbara Batts and Dianna Mcnair. Or. And mrs. 3. E. Mcnair co hostess presided in the dining room. The Valentine Motif was carried out to the decorations and refreshments. The table was covered with a red Linen cloth and had As a Center piece an arrange ment of red carnations in a White milk Glass compote. On one in of the table was a five Branche Silver candelabra holding Whit burning tapers. At the other end o the table mrs. W. T. Batts Mother of or. Batts and mrs. Be poured Coffee from ser vice. Or. And mrs. Walker and fam ily will leave Florence feb. 1 t make their Home in Beltsville me or. Walker has been in charge o the Cotton insects Section Labora tory of the us a agricultural re search service at the pee de Experiment station and is going t the agricultural research Cente at Beltsville to serve As assistant to the chief of the Field corp in sects and Bee culture Branch o the entomology research division goodbyes were said to or. Am mrs. W. M. Ayres. Johnsonville personals Robbie Poston of society h11 spent the weekend with or. An mrs. Phillip Poston. Or. And mrs. Wilson playe and children were sunday guest of her Mother mrs. J. H. Moore of Scranton. Or. And mrs. Lee Cockfield an children of Indiantown visited or mrs. S. B. Poston sunday. Or. And mrs. Clifford Eaddy re turned to their Home at Branch sunday after spending the weekend with or. And mrs. Wai Ter j. Baxley. Or. And mrs. Robert Joye Hai As guests sunday or. And mrs Tommy Joye and son Howard o Florence. Miss Verona Stone of Augusta spent last weekend with he parents or. And mrs. J. Welston Stone. Mrs. Talmadge Eadon visitor in Florence thursday. W. L. Avant of Hemingway and 0. L. Avant were guests of or and mrs. W. B. Fletcher in Char Leston sunday. While there they attended the funeral services of Algernon t. Smoak. They also visited or. And mrs. Jesse m Smoak at Ridgeville sunday even ing. Mrs. J. L. Mcdaniel and mrs w. J. Baxley attended a workshop meeting of the presidents vice presidents and promotion secretaries of zones three and four of Lake City District woman s society of Christian service held in the Trinity methodist Church in Andrews thursday. Printed pattern sizes 8-10-12 m-14 t-18-20 chef s favorite by Anne Adams plenty of protective cover for Kitchen chores makes this a favo rite apron. For bathing baby sew apron in splash proof Terry cloth. A sew easy printed see Tho diagram. Printed pattern misses sizes Small 10, medium 14, Large 18, medium size takes 2vt Yards 85-Inch. Printed directions on each Tern part easier accurate Send thirty five cents in coins for this acid s cents for each pattern for just class mailing. Mrs. Charles Leschinsky of old forge pa., arrived sunday for a week s visit with her parents air and mrs. S. B. Poston and other relatives. Ron Ole Mcdaniel visited Fulton Laster who is a patient at the me Leod infirmary in Florence Sun Day. Nell Altman of Columbia was recent weekend guest of her Mother mrs. C. H. Altman. Herbert Poston. Student at the University of South Carolina visited or. And mrs. Walker Poston during the weekend. Miss Grace Perry was a visit in Florence monday. Or. And mrs. James Waldron and family of Hartsville were Din Ner guests of or. And mrs. S. B Poston thursday while Here to at tend the funeral services of mrs Lillie Gordon Altman at the Union methodist Church. Mrs. Abel James of Indiantown spent a few Days with or. Ant mrs. Walter j. Baxley. Merrill Poston was a business visitor in Florence monday group plans presbytery conference the presidents of the women o he Church of District no. 4 o pee Dee presbytery met wednes Day in the Hopewell Church manse to plan the program for the Dis Rich conference which will meet in Ives Minster presbyterian Church feb. 20. Mrs. L. H. Johnson represented Jie Florence presbyterian Church frs. Jack s. Tyler Westminster mrs. George Keels Bethesda mrs. J. S. Stone. Timmonsville ills. Frank Copeland fair Hope Church mrs. R. D. Mclaur Fil Effingham and mrs. Walter Baird Hopewell Church. Mrs. J. R. Woods chairman of world missions for the presbyter Al and mrs. J. B. Gregg co chairman of District no. 4 with mrs. H. L. Reaves made up the roup. After the meeting the guests vere invited into the dining room or an Oriental luncheon served n bowls and eaten with chopsticks. Except for the japanese Sukiyaki All of the dishes were chinese. Mrs. Henry Reaves was assisted n preparing the meal by mrs. Baird and mrs. Woods who was missionary to China in the same Mission with the Rev. And mrs. Leaves. Bamboo shoots for the chinese dishes came from the Grove which surrounds the manse n two sides. This Bamboo was Rought from China 60 a ears ago in or. J. R. Wilkinson Pioneer medical missionary of Soochow. Mrs. John w. Mcqueen of Al any ga., will be the speaker for in conference and mrs. Robert Glenn president of the women f the Church of pee Dee Presby Ery will conduct a period of information and inspiration for group discussion. Call reserves children need to assume re Poni ability As they says Margaret Spader Home service Ilion. Wise mothers Julve them Obs to do and eventually relieve lie selves of simple chores. The of must be easy to handle slip ays and Don t hesitate to help Tiem when problems arise. Duties hould never be made a punish nent. Let the children make choices occasionally about what icy want to do and when they an do it conveniently. Expecting ice to assume regular duties and raising a Job that is Well done ill help them grow into Rispon Ible individuals. It fakes an pedestrian to Send to Adams care of always Rotl. The jump on the Driver Florence morning kids 85, of the onco Manx Tern dppt., 243 West i7lh is. New York a n y. Print plainly j a backward Nallen is nor Tinl name. Address Wilh 7.0.ve, nil bothered by gangster Oner Kzze und style number. La Terni. Elks ladies entertained luncheon was served to look state or South Carolina. Saturday i iry club. I bouquets of purple Iris and yellow elks ladies from All Over thelmal 1 o clock at the Florence coun a the tables were decorated with snapdragons arranged by mrs. Ruby Marshall of Hartsville. Mrs. Charles w. Muldrow welcomed the ladies on behalf of the local Lodge and presented the distinguished guests present who were mrs. Tom w. Kerlin wite of the stale president mrs. Leon Hobbs wife of East vice president mrs. James e. Parker wife of Secretary treasurer of the state and mrs. Jack Cheathem wife of the exalted ruler of the Florence Lodge. Airs. Manon Barnes of Florence rendered the invocation the program which was presented by the Rosalynne Turbe Ville school of dance featured Mary Ann Kirby Jane Rogers and Patricia Hewitt in a tap routine Kimbo Mary Ann Kirby and Patricia Hewitt in a tap Rou Tine Robins Novelty by Judy Ann Baton Floyd Stone and Brenda Fords toy each Jane Day Rogers As prescribed and around entertained wives of the visiting e iks were entertained at a luncheon saturday at the Florence country club. Among the guests were seated left to right mrs. Travis Shorter and mrs. Marion Barnes and standing Lef t to right mrs. Joe Holmes mrs. W. N. Downs of Columbia mrs. Jack Cheatham of Florence and mrs. David Wilbern of Union. Photo Fly Roy Dorothy Dix says papa loves character Ballet featuring toy Kittens Cindy Cheryl Jef one dance by the and acrobatic duet per formed by Ronald Turbeville and Jane Rogers. Door prizes contributed by the merchants of Florence were awarded 35 guests following the program. You can t have everything dear Dorothy pcs i v been engaged since thanksgiving but already i m beginning to Quei Tion my Choice. Hal is a hand some Guy with a Good Job am future a no Bai habits. Perfect you think by wait he is also very very prac tical. He thinks Money spent on Flowers gifts even greeting cards is a waste. He has never Given me anything i can treasure. I Christmas gift he Felt he had to give me one was a very practical set of towels. Whenever we went to a formal i was the Only girl without a Corsage. Moult a girl be Happy married to a Man dear Marge let s be practical too. In the person of one Man you la never get All perfection. It s up to you to weigh the pros Anc cons and come up with what you hink you would live with wha you must do without. Hal would make a Fine husband if you can adjust to his peculiarity which is undoubtedly a sign of stinginess not practicality. If Security Means More to you than sent ment take him. If you feel you cannot live without Sweet Noth Ings though the rent collector May be banging at the front Doo give him up. If you can be philosophical enough to take Thi bread and let the roses go you l have a sound marriage. If you can take roast beef instead of orchids Fine and Dandy. Otherwise accept the fact that your Fiance s a Dud at paying the attentions women love and return the ring or did t he give you dear Dorothy Dix i m a Roung lady of 23 with a slightly Grid past. Guy knows about it n a Small town everyone know everything about you but has asked me to marry him anyway that Are Pur chances for a Haply marriage with these foolish escapades behind me t dear Gwen if Guy is a Maure understanding person your chances Are excellent. If he has ver once brought up your past in a slurring manner chances Are of Good. If he can forgive and Orget go ahead. If he is a Brooder r Dagger Call it off. Lake City masonic Lodge celebrates ladies night special to the news Lake City Lake City masonic Lodge no. 193 celebrated its annual ladies night and 82nd anniversary with a banquet Given Friday evening at the education Al building of Tho methodist Church. Lake the City dining room and tables were decorated suggestive of the approaching is. Valentine season with Valentines and red hearts pierced Wilh White arrows. The speaker s table was entered with t Flower arrange ment in red and White. The invocation was Given by chaplain Herman Matthews. Pre finding was worshipful master e. L. Patrick who welcomed the guests. Durin the two course Din Ner Harry Whitock introduced the misses Diane Mcelveen. Wanda Humphrie Glenda Buddin Betsy Kloo King Janice Brown Bettine Mccutcheon and Patty Whitlock who Sang a group of songs. Or. Patrick introduced the 1958 officers of the Lake City Lodge including j. Ansel Eaddy past Brand master of the grand Lodge of s.c., and out of town guests. Or. Eaddy presented or. Patrick a Lapel Bullon for 25 years of Active membership. Distinguished guests for the evening were or. And mrs. A. N. Rush of Olanta or. And mrs. Her Bert 0. Guerry or. And mrs. Fred b. Floyd and or. And mrs. J. W. J. Floyd of Olanta or. And mrs. R. 0. Ward of Kingstree and or. And mrs. George c. Nauful or. And mrs. Curtis Sheely and or. And mrs. Henry f. Collins All of Columbia. The guest speaker was the Rev. J. Ross Johnson pastor of the Lake City methodist Church. The Rev. Johnson spoke on world conditions today bringing out we Are living in one of the greatest moments of history tomorrow will either be glorious or his closing thought was May Ameri. Ca find herself is my ardent Pray on behalf of the Lodge or. Mat thews presented or. Johnson a Sli ver Pitcher. Past master r. Weaver presented Bernie Bess formerly worshipful master a gift. H. 0. Guerry was in charge of the unveiling of a portrait of j. Ansel Eaddy in the absence of j. Linwood Brown District Deputy grand master. Or. Guerry read a message from or. Brown which told of or. Eaddy s work in tha masonic Lodge Glinc his Many years of service and the Many of he Lead held throughout the years. The portrait by Charles Mason Crowson of Myrtle Beach was unveiled by or. Eaddy s daughter Polly to and son Andy. The portrait will be formally presented to the grand Lodge in Charleston in april. The Benediction was Given by the Rev. R. W. Park of Olanta. Stop menstrual pain before it starts i and relieve part men Trunt tension Mediran dim very not Jim of , shut reliving the. Do Tram Ihm any Laib Jou Irtle Frt u when your Perloff ii ply of Dent. Tran quil Eez tatar. So to j j drug store 157 w. Evans St. Florence s. C. Deal Dorothy Dix my its recently gave me permission double Date. All the girls my be single Date but Rny folks say absolutely i d appreciate our opinion on this. I m 14. . Dear . Be grateful for avers granted and Stop complain no. Your parents Are very Liber 1 and you have no gripes. When of show that you can handle Dou be dating with poise and Assur nce your folks will let you go n to the next Slep. Don t Rush Lings. Dear Dorofty Dix i to Nelly broke up Wilh a very Nice irl and have just realized i m i ill in love with her. Meanwhile but Jan a Linja another Young lady Lio is Rall it fast. How can i Liis and return to the be i truly Bill m. Dear him you still have tie Ift of speech. Use it for both of salons. You need t be too fussy the language As Long As you it the Point across. Good Luck. Send your problem to Dorothy in. Be sure to enclose a stamp 2.50 list Sti Ghou sealed beam headly bulbs approved i Brake fluid i heavy dirty Reg. Cd town Reimler or body moral Mirror make any tire into Whitewall magnetic dash tray pro Lech pedal and floor. Real rubber rings 0 15" or 16" on in a Jiffy electric soldering Iron Reg. 49t Black tire paint 8 pc tool kit Back Puih Button. Reg. 98c automatic car lighter big 6" rear seat radio speaker thru 1953 Ford Chev. Brand new it Quality Al huge saving. Flu Oil con. Reo. Ornament d Buck rubber mat Shields fit any Model car simple to apply detail Oslo plan tort Etc. May be Woi lied of waxed. I i Chromi ear

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