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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - July 18, 1957, Florence, South CarolinaThursday morning july 18, 1957 the Florence morning news Florence s. C. Pack 7-a have you heard mrs. Marie Livingston of Long Island n.y., has returned Home Filer visiting her cousins. J. L. Collins and mrs. Ida Rogers. Mrs. C. J. Casque spent wednes Day in Columbia attending a meet ing of the Headquarters committee of the South Carolina federation clubs. Caro Beaty Mary Vir Ginia Cor bin Francis Davis Susan Smith Rhet spoonts and Pat Timmer Man ill of Florence Are spending two weeks at Kanuga the Epis Copal conference Center at Hendersonville ., where they Are girl s Camp mrs. John d. Lacroze of Washington u.c., the former miss Ann Mouzon of Florence is spending ten Days with her sister. Mrs. Will h. Darby. They will be joined Friday by her twin sister miss bet Mouzon of Columbia. Mrs. C. T. Lynn or. And son Charles of., Baltimore aid., is visiting her parents or. And mrs. B. H. Pearson jr., until the end of the. Month. Mrs. Ralph Moore and Daugh Ter Debbie of Columbia Are visiting her parents or. And mrs. A t. Scott. Ii. L. Robbins Mary b. Gregg and mrs. James Campbell arc celebrating birthdays today. Mrs. John d. Lacroze of Wash celebrating birthdays today. Travelling with children does t have to be awful travelling with children is an Art the important thing l travelling Wilh children is an Art if you re planning on a Long trip this summer it s a Good idea to plan the adventure so that the experience will be a pleasurable one Jor the whole family. The important thing is keep the a time Busy and Happy. Three Gad pets that travel experts have advised to help happiness along lire n mystery a wiggle platform an a shoe bag filing the mystery Box is actually a hat Box or a fruit cake tin or even a shoe Box attractively decorated before leaving Home and kept tightly shut away from cur ious eyes. Before starting on the trip wrap some toys one for each Day on the Road and pack them in the mystery Box. When the child begins to show of restlessness or boredom pull out the mystery Box and let them dig. But be careful in your Choice of toys try harmless items like toy cars planes boats draw ing books and dolls and avoid things that might distract the Driver or Hurt the child in a moving tar. If your child gets Cranky and contrary without a daily Nap a wiggle platform so named or the action of its occupant not its own characteristics is a perfect substitute for other s weary shoulder. It can be made by Slack ing several pieces of Luggage level with the Back seat. Over this place a crib mattress and a Pillow. A couple of favorite toys May be added but probably won t be Essary. When it comes to choosing a hotel be careful in selecting one which genuinely welcomes Chil Dren. This can make a great Dif Ference. Some distinguished hotels during the summer months liter ally turn out their red carpets Wilh Young guests in mind. The important thing to re member when planning a trip with children is that a Happy Comfort Able child makes the trip More enjoyable for the whole family. And any motor trips a thousand times More regarding when the whole family can share in it and Benefit by it. Egg custard Good treat for children soft custard is an old fashioned dessert that was popular in grand Mother s time but is still up to Date and modern for today s Busy housewife. Since in is made mostly of eggs and milk this is a Good time to prepare soft custard because both and milk Are plentiful. There s no need to skimp on inc Quality or Quantity of eggs used either. Now Good supplies of Grade a Large and medium size eggs will be found in retail stores. . part Tel of agriculture specialists have found that soft custard has a belter flavor when made Wilh the higher Grade eggs. A recipe or soft custard is suggested. It s to make and is a dessert thai interests All Ages. Ingredients needed Are 3 cups of milk a cup sugar h Teaspoon Salt eggs beaten 1 Teaspoon Vanilla Cinamon or Nutmeg. Prepare by heating the milk Over boiling water. Add sugar and Salt to beaten eggs. Gradually add the milk to the egg mixture. Cook Over hot not boiling water Anc stir constantly until the mixture Coats the spoon. Remove from the hot water at once. Onnel then add the Vanilla and Sprinkle a Little cinnamon or Nutmeg on each ser ving. Spadea s american designer pattern this husband goofed Bear Dorothy d1x i m a Man of 40, divorced and i he father of two children who live with their Mother. The divorce was my fault. 1 became infatuated with a girl who worked with me. She s 14 years younger than i and she convinced me that i was misunderstood at Home. Like a fool i fell for her. Now we re married my life is miserable and i d give anything to undo the. Past year. My first wife loved me As i was the second is frying to make mover. My children have no use for me. What can i do -g.c. J Dearexperience keeps a dear school hut fools will learn in no other a Maxim that s truer than most. When such a younger woman makes a play for a married Man look for the reason. Usually she s had to give up All pros Polo f Matrimony with men in her own age group or she in t willing to had to give up All Prospect of marriage with a younger Man. If she has the added advantage As your second wife had of Snar ing a nitwit who can be led around by inc nose she has it made. Wonder your children hold you in contempt. With what Little manhood you have left put an end to the farce. It will you Money but at least you la he Able to look at yourself in the Mirror again. Dear Dorothy Dix my Fiance is a divorced Man with a Small child for whom he pays ship i. We love each other hut he feels it s unfair for us to Man As Long As he must support the child. I realize the difficulties of the situation and am perfectly willing to accept them. Why can t 119 see my Point want to marry inc Man i love As won As possible nol when some Day arrives. Bear Mia ppm sue a girl should be wary of any suitor who postpones marriage hut when the would be husband is a divorced Man with obligations she needs a Microscope to appraise the situation. Your Friend s reluctance to hitch up looks very much like the Torch carrying bit. Let him gel Susie let him go dear Dorothy Dix i have four Sisters All substantially mar ried while i am a spinster of moderate Means. Our parents estate is in the process of Settle with a fifth going to each of us. I am in need of Money at inc moment and want to borrow some against my share of the estate. My Sisters won t allow it. Don t you think they Are very mean dear k a Money especially inherited Money has disrupted Many a family. Your position is by no Means unique. Any problem no matter How Small involving the estate should be handled by a lawyer. There should be Legal counsel As Well As an executor in charge of your parents estate. Talk to these peo ple. To your Good health or. Molner to write column for Florence morning news Joseph g. Molner m. D., Detroit s health com missioner and one of the nation s outstanding Public health authorities authors a new health column to your Good which will appear As a daily feature in the Florence morning news beginning next monday. Or. Molner writes with authority on health but writes in everyday language designed for Swift understanding by Busy people. The Way to Good health or. Molner insists is to know How to take care of it rather than to worry Over rare diseases which probably will never among or. Molner s educational affiliations have been postgraduate study at Johns Hopkins University follow ing his medical degree at Wayne University. Or. Molner is lecturer at the University of Michigan school of Public health and writes numerous articles for medical journals. 1258 Lake City personal news or and mrs. W. W. Stevenson mid family have returned to their Home following a week s vacation it Murrell s Inlet. Or. And mrs. W. W. Collins motored to Conway tuesday for the Day Whert hey visited with relatives. Or. And mrs. Vincent thorny and family visited with mrs. Anna Casque in Florence on sunday. Miss Loanna thorny remained Over for a week s stay with her grandmother mrs. Casque. Mrs. M. A. Thorny left on Sun Day for Greensboro Where will spend the next several trays visiting relatives. Mrs. L. R. Rollins left last week for Folly Beach where she joined her Sisters the misses Glaze of Orangeburg on family House party. Or. Ana mrs. William Rollins children motored to Charles Ion on sunday where they visited her father or. Grimball. Who is a patient at a local Hospital there. Miss Judy Burch has returned to her Home near Lake City alter spending a few Days at Myrtle reach where she was the House i isl of or. And mrs. A. C. Koonce and family. Miss Burch is the daughter of or. And mrs. Jack Burch. The Rev. Charles r. Tapp who is superintendent of the Presby Terian Home of South Carolina in Summerville was the guest Pas Tor at the Lake City presbyterian Church sunday in the absence of the Rev. W. H. Boyd. Who is vacationing in the mountains of West Ern North Carolina. Mrs. J. M. Fields and two rail Dren of Raleigh Spent from saturday until tuesday of this week with her parents or. And mrs. Irby Lee. Or. And mrs. Buster Brown who have been residing in Mullins for sometime have returned to Lake City and will make their Home in clip Leo Community. Or. And mrs Brown Are formerly of Lake f ily. Or. And mrs. James Sall Envile of Charlotte returned to their Home sunday night after super Royal highest test Oas now 33gal. Super a station Tol save if Oai spending the weekend Here Wilh her sister. Mrs. Ruth Ward and other relatives. Mrs. Claude Wise and son Claude Wise jr., were visitors in Florence on monday where Claude or. Went to enlist in inc air Force for the next few years. He was a of the fresh Man class at the Citadel the past year. The Rev. And mrs. Morgan Rog ers and their son recently returned from a week s slay at Ocean drive Beach. They stayed in the summer Home of w. W. Collins. Linen shoes the first step in cleaning White Canvas or Linen shoes is to scrub off mud and surface dirt with thickly beaten soap or detergent suds. Rinse with a cloth wrung rom clean warm water. Then in ply a whitening polish intended for fabric shoes and allow to dry away from heat. The final step is to Brush or rub off excess White powder. Razor manufacturers in the . Use about tons of steel a year. Brigance is a designer who makes the most of a simple line and an easy Altitude playing up beautifully executed design. Here front panels on the bodice Are continued into the skirt where they form an inverted Box Pleat flanked with Side pleas on either Side. This skirt treatment is repeated in Back Wilh three buttons sewn to the top stitched Waistline Welting. The Welling idea is used also on the slanted pockets the triangular bodice crossover and on the very Short sleeves. Easy to make because the pattern is custom made and perforated for accuracy it is charming in pique Linen Novelty Cotton Shantung Plain or printed Silks and even in very sheer wools or gabardine. From this Chart select the size Best for you. Sizes bust Waist hips Lgth. From Nape of neck to Waist 10 1 a 1 a f i 10 12 14 16 18 34 35 3614 38 40 24 25 2 614 28 .30 35 inches 36 inches 3714 inches 39 inches 41 inches 16 i inches inches 17 inches inches 17 i inches -.1 i Iii mall Les size 12 requires 5 1-8 Yards of 36 Inch material for dress. To order pattern no. 1258, state size enclose airmail handling requires 25c extra. Address american designer patterns p. O. Box 535, . Dept. F-3, new York 1, n. Y. Classic pattern Book 12 and current pattern Book 13x 50c each. If paid by Check add 4c. Bishopville news or. And mrs. Howard Ginsberg and children have moved from Florence to Bishopville their for Mer Home. Mrs. G. H. Mcelveen and her Mother mrs. W. R. Smith have returned from a visit with rela Tives in Lawton Duncan and mar Low kans. Mrs. E. L. Dickerson and Chil Dren accompanied by her Mother mrs. Mary Skinner spent last week at Crescent Beach. Miss Irene Hunt of Washington . 13 visiting her Mother mrs. K. S. Latimer. Or. And mrs. Brownie Brown Trecer decry baby or. And mrs. Maurice tread Vii of Charlotte n .c., and Flor ence announce the birth o a in Gordon Maurice july 12 at the infirmary. Mrs. Treadway is the former miss Anne Wells of Florence. Had visiting them last week their granddaughter Ruth Brown of Charleston. Mrs. J. F. Stuckey. Miss Susie Jenkins and mrs. T. K. Mccutchon were guests of mrs. R. 0. Mccutchen at her cottage at Windy Hill Beach last week. Follow directions when the directions on a Ron garment say suds rinse and drip dry take the advice literally. That is. Hang the garment without draining or weight of the dripping water will Wash wrinkles away so no ironing is needed. For athlete s foot use a Kerat Lytic it i. Florence pharmacy what every Mother should know about summer drinks one that s Best for growing children is sea test chocolate Al drink. This nourishing beverage contains healthful milk proteins vitamins and minerals. It s wonderfully refresh ing Rich chocolaty. And there s no mixing Kolher. Scariest chocolate drink costs Little. Always Tutuny your Ilora or at your door. L chocolate drink Ilg bigger biggest Price Breaks in months Penney a terrific value men s Cool summer sport shirts Sanford Zed Short sleeve full action Back assorted fabrics and patterns reduced entire Stock girls bathing suits Cotton Chrome puns polished Cotton broken sizes reduced women s better summer dresses assorted fabrics styles and patterns broken sizes. And reduced entire Stock men s summer suits Dacron Ana Rayon Dacron and wools. Reduced entire Stock men s genuine panamas reduced girls better summer dresses Cool Straw in regular find open weaves assorted band sizes 6 3-4 to Largs Assort ment Nylon and Cottons broken sizes 3 to 6x reduced women s summer sportswear shorts shirts fashion britches. Broken sizes assorted fabrics 00 assorted styles White red find Brown. Sizes to 3. Reduced childrens All leather sandals terrific value women s summer handbags Nylon plastic coins Woven plastic reduced toddlers summer sleepers Cool Cotton Pliss no Iron silos 1 to 3. 1

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