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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - January 30, 1958, Florence, South CarolinaThursday morning. January 30, 1958 the Florence morning news Florence. A c. Page 8-1 and mrs. E. B. Mcelveen spent sunday in Evergreen to attend the 89th birth Day of his father a. F. Mcelveen. The Celebration was held at the lome of his daughter and son in Law. Or. And mrs. Kelly Johnson. The dinner Given by the children and grandchildren of the honoree was served Buffet style to he 20 guests. Out of town members of the fam parties continue March of dimes parties continue this week with the total amount to Date of about going to the drive. Or s. D. A. , left and mrs. C. B. Yandell seated of the Archibald Rutledge literary club entertained at a Coffee party monday morn ing at the Kennedy Home. They were assist d by mrs. Roy Turner right. Mrs. Yandell is president of the club. Photo by Maceachern federation Day held special to the news Hartsville wednesday the Hartsville music study club held its annual federation Day program in tie music Hall on the allege Campus. Mrs. Elsie Atkinson president presided during a Short business session. A prelude to the my ical program mrs. Atkinson read a paper giving a Brief history of the South Carolina federation. As Leader of the program the president presented the two guest artists mrs. George summer and mrs. Herbert Phillips both of co Lumbia who gave a duo piano re Cital. Following the program the club members their guests and out of town guests were invited to enjoy a social hour in the drawing room hostesses on this mrs. C. L. Overlander mrs. M l. Reynolds and mrs. Virgil Smith a color Motif of Blue and Gold the federation colors was car ried out in the decorations Anc refreshments. The lace covered table was Civ tired with balls arranged in i Silver bowl in the chosen colors with Blue and yellow lighted tap ers in Silver candelabra on both sides and yellow streamers topped with music club seals ran Down the Center of the table. The Nap Kins were adorned with federa Tion seals. Russian Tea party Sand Wiches and cakes with mints were served Buffet style. Plan sock hop plans Are in the making for the sock hop at Moore Junior High school on Friday feb. 7. Mrs. Alex Kendall left is chairman of the hop assisted by mrs. E. L. Brown Center and mrs. Robert Van Landingham right. Also on the committee is mrs. Walter Harper. The hop will follow the Barbecue supper which will be at to 8 . Proceeds from the sock hop will be used for the recreation photo by Kirkland modern etiquette Assembly officers elected new officers of the Assembly were elected at a meeting held monday morning at at the Florence country club. Mrs. Lyn Brabham president presided. Mrs. Edwin Brunson will be the new mrs. Jack Oul la or. As vice president. Other officers Are mrs. Glenn Isom Secre tary mrs. John Scott assistant Secretary mrs. Charles Shaw treasurer and mrs. Melvin Pur vis assistant treasurer. Mcelveen entertain ily present besides to fuse at Timmonsville were or and mrs. Lon Nie Taylor of Winnsboro the Hubert Mcelveen s of Florence or. And i is. Paul Mcelveen and Fame. and miss Ruth All of Evergreen. Bride elect entertained a luncheons special to the news Bishopville mrs. M. W. Player and mrs. H. M. Galloway entertained at a Bridge luncheon wednesday honouring miss Jane Marie Hancock Bride elect. Upon arrival the honoree was presented a White Carnation Cor Sage. A three course luncheon was served after which Bridge was played. Those present were mrs. W. Cannon miss Beck Dennis mrs. Fred Cannon and mrs. Mur Dice Hancock. Mrs. Jule Hancock Vas High scorer and mrs. Henry Jennings was lower scorer. The Bride elect was presented a Ive piece setting in her China As gift from the hostesses. Miss Hancock was entertained at a luncheon tuesday at the lome of mrs. M. D. Hancock with was. M. D. Hancock or. And ills. Robert Griggs of Holly Hill assistant hostesses. The Bride elect s place was marked with a Corsage Sweet heart roses. A three course lunch Eon was served after which Bridge Vas played. Miss Hancock was presented a plate in her chosen pattern. By Roberta Lee q. I am a teen aged girl who likes to write letters to certain movie stars. My Mother tells me this is not the right thing to do. What do you think a. Short notes expressing appreciation of Well played roles arc quite All right. But certainly not the silly Gushy notes some girls Are in the habit of writing to male stars. Q. Our daughter is playing a piano selection at a school recital. Is it proper for us to Send her Flowers mint night and should we Calendar , . Ellison cup tors Moxcy Oie Sii and Flur Clicc Chap ters of Uoc Lionni Litt the memory of uni hot k. Lurf ail Sumii Indian m it at the Florence miso him. Bess Cohin Oham Florist Flowers for All West Cheves door Tut of Mound infer Mary. Tel. z-4501 Nile imw1 Send a Basket or a bouquet a. This is quite proper and a bouquet would be Best. Q. If there is to be a rehearsal dinner before a wedding who gives it the family of the Bride or of the bridegroom a. If there s to be a dinner at All the Bride s family gives it. Tasty Lamb French have a Way with Lamb that makes it Iastan Olra special. They roast it at about 325 degrees in a oven and allow about 30 minutes roasting time per Pound. About an hour before the Lime is up they Sprinkle in Willi a mixture of 1 Clove of garlic pulverized with 1 Tea spin of Salt "2 cup of finely chopped Parsley "4 cube of duller or Margarine mid 1 cup of Fine Brend crumbs and then let in finish roasting. The crumbs the garlic permeate and All s Well with the Lamb. Owens baby or. And mrs. Franklin f. Owens of Myrlnn announce he Hillh of n son Daniel fee inn. I at inc Marion memorial la Ospital. Mrs. Owens is to former miss Kitty lot Ford. Lamb prices lower to get the most for your Money when you buy Lamb it is important to consider the Cost of the lean meat not just the Price you pay per Pound. Home economists say that cuts differ greatly in the amount of lean they contain. For instance leg of Iamb is 2-3 lean chops Are ".4 lean and breasts less than half lean. This accounts for the wide variation in Price of these cuts. Prices reach a seaon Al Low during the fall and Winter month. So enjoy Lamb now while it is tops in Quality and Low in Price. Wear made to measure clothes Cly Buie he Taylor 151 East Evans farm people Are migrating to he cities. City people Are building Homes in the country. Nobody is satisfied. Councillors club meets the past councillors club daughter s of America met Mon Day night at the Home of mrs. E. E. Hubbard with mrs. George p Harrell. Mis. Jessie Mitchell mrs. Ruby White mrs. Sam har Rell mrs. Charles Deaton and airs. Wilson Rivers hostesses. Mrs. Lillic Mae Hodge president presided. Mrs. Wilson Rivers gave the devotional. It was announced that the february meeting would be held with mrs. J. 0. Pearce. It was also announced that a Barbe Cue supper would be held feb. 28 and the proceeds would go to daughters of America. Some Are born wealthy while others secured to created riches. Utopia is the place where one does t have any trouble in financing any thing he buys. Beauty culture offers Many opportunities to women of any age Register now for Jan. Class for information Call 7972 or write mrs. Northcutt Florence Beauty Academy 151 n. Colt St. Florence s. C. for everyone lingerie one table better lingerie gowns Robes slips vanity fair and Reg. To Viz Price children s bargain tables lined jeans flannel shirts overalls Zipp Ralls Odds a ends. Broken sizes. Reg. To Price boy s Corduroy pants Boxer Ivy league and conventional styles. Sizes 6 to 16. Reg. To Price Bermuda shorts one lot ladies Corduroy Bermuda shorts stripes and plaids sizes 10 to 18, Reg. 2 for children s bargain rack legging sets Snow suits Winter Coats skirts Odds a ends. Broken sizes. Price boy s Winter pants All remaining boys Wool and gabardine Winter pants. Reg. To Price ladies skirts 1 1 Only ladies Winter skirts. Nationally known labels. Reg. To Price la Sale boy s in Sale sport shirts one big table boys Sanford Zed Cotton flannel and Broadcloth Long sleeve sport shirts. Reg. To buy one for regular Price get another of equal value for just 1 32 Only venetian blinds closeout As is 1.00 shoe Sale 127 pairs children s oxfords and straps Blacks and Browns sizes to 3. Were and 139 pairs women s suede and leather dress shoes. Flats and walking shoes Blacks and Brown. Sizes 4 to 10. Reg. And 399 children s gloves entire Stock of childrens Wool knit gloves and mittens. White and pastel colors. Reg. 79c and Price Yard goods special Rayon suiting skirting and dress materials solid colors stripes and plaids. 45 to 54 inches wide. Reg. 98c to Yard. Price men s sweaters one table mens Long sleeve Pullover and sleeve less sweaters. Orons and wools. Odds a ends. Reg. To i Price i Sale men s sport shirts Sale 3 big tables mens Long sleeve sport shirts part wools gabardine corduroys and Broadcloth. Ivy and conventional sizes. Reg. To buy one for regular Price get another of equal value for just men s Winter jackets entire remaining Stock of mens Winter jackets suede leathers fabrics reversible bomber and Cossack styles. Reg. To off ladies seamless nylons slightly imperfect of Beautiful Quality seamless nylons. Regular would be new Springs colors. 2 pairs 1.00 cosmetic specials Tussy hand lotion Reg. Tussy hand lotion Reg. Tussy hand Cream Reg. Jacqueline Cochran deep Cleanser Reg. Dotothy Perkins cleansing Cream Reg. Tussy shampoo Reg. All sales final no exchanges no refunds

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