Florence Morning News Newspaper Archives Jun 15 1955, Page 6

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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - June 15, 1955, Florence, South CarolinaPage s the Florence morning news Florence s. C. Wednesday morning june in 1955 society news devotional scripture believe me that i am in the father and the father in me. John prayer dear god we come to thee because we would know thee. Want to be with thee to talk to thee to listen to thy voice. In thy presence we feel truly alive. Grant us this Day that we May know thee better through Christ thy son. Amen. Thought for the Day to know Christ the son is to know god the father. The upper room miss Mickey Asko Given Surprise party Cheraw june 14 miss Mck Ilu Neh prepared by Mickey s Mother. Or. And mrs. John m. Asko parents of the honoree and James Baynes chaperoned the group. By Asko celebrated her 14 birthday with a Surprise picnic Beach party saturday at Cheraw Beach. Celebrating the event with Mickey were the following friends and classmates. Miss Shirley Mckissick miss Betty Mckissick miss Margaret Moggs miss Frances Mae Money miss Ann Hunter. Miss Eileene Singletary Jim my Muldrow Glenn Money Danny Andrews David Mckissick Johnny like to serve a Hearty soup for sunday night supper mix condensed Tomato and condensed pea soup adding a soup can full of Chicken Broth and one of Light Cream. Season with a Little grated Billingsley and Edward Haynes. I onion and freshly ground Pepper the group left Early saturday and heat. If the soup is too thick morning. They spent the Day swim for your family s taste add a Little Juning and were sorted a picnic snore Broth. 1 us them at ashtrays so Good looking i use them everywhere in the House. I them As coasters 3 i m always to proud when i parties held honouring brides and brides elect miss Mary Louise Rodrique miss Mary Louise Rodrique was inter gained at a luncheon on june Given by mrs. R. M. Kennedy. Upon arrival the honoree was pre enter a Corsage of while Carna ions. Spring Flowers were used in decorating the receiving rooms Lorle occasion. The dining table held a Center piece arrangement of Spring flow s. Appropriate place cards were sed to Mark the place for each West. The hostess presented the Hon ree with a Silver tray. Guests present were the Hon ree miss Joann Jernigan miss Illen. Miss Rachel Wens miss Barbara Jeffcoat s. Thomas mrs. L. J. Rodrique the Bride elect s rather and mrs. Gordon Hill the Groom Lect s Mother. Miss Mary Louise Rodrique was snored at a luncheon on june 9 t the colonial hotel Given by miss Margaret Maxwell. The table held a Centrepiece of Hite chrysanthemums and lace pm. The honoree s place was marked with a Corsage of Sweet Eart roses and appropriate place Ards marked the other places. The honoree was presented a Siler plate by the hostess. Guests present were the Hon i _ they re so i i never have to worry about duplication. No one can have too Many Oree mrs. Marion miss Betty Jean Hudson tvs. Frank Brown mrs. R. M. Kennedy mrs. A. T. Rodrique miss Carol Leigh Kafer miss Sylvia Ann Turner miss Ann Spears mrs. L. J. Rod Rique Mother of the Bride elect and mrs. Gordon Hill Mother of the Groom elect. She then presented them to the honoree. Miss betty1 Ann Hudson was awarded secon4 High and she was presented a hamburger press. She too presented her gift to the honoree. After Bridge an array of Brida refreshments were served by the hostess. Guests present were miss Betty Ann Hudson miss Joann Jernigan miss Ann Spears miss Rache Owens miss Carol Leigh Kafer mrs. L. J. Rodrigue Mother of the Bride elect and mrs. Gordon Hill Mother of the Groom elect. Miss Shirley Osteen miss Shirley Osteen was Honor de with an informal party on thursday afternoon Given by mrs Paul Ford and mrs. J. M. King at the Home of the latter. Upon arrival the honoree was presented a Corsage of White car nations. Arrangements of mixed summer Flowers were used in decorating the Home. Guests were invited into the dining room where they helped themselves to an array of bridal refreshments. The hostesses presented the Hon Oree with a wrought Iron stand. Miss Helen Osteen who recently graduated from Mcclenaghan High school was remembered with a Basket Type pocket Crook. About 20 guests attended miss Mary Louise Rodrique was entertained on june 9 with a sur prise Shower Given by miss Cynthia Harris. The Bride elect was presented a White Carnation Cor Sage while the other guests were presented miniature wedding Bell corsages. Arrangements of Shasta daisies were used throughout the House. Bridge was played by those at tending the event. Miss Rachel Owens was awarded High score and was presented a set of glasses. And company solid Sterling Silver permanently mated to Fine heavy Crystal Goblet size prices inc. Fed. Tax Tumbler size i the China shop Florence s most Complete gift Center Crystal Fine China Sterling next door to Post office wednesday morning special blouses values to table of underwear reduced to Clear Cotton Plasse and Nylon Julia s shop 114 w. Evans St. Florence s. C. Miss Shirley Osteen was honoured at a Tea on Friday Given by mrs. Arthur Fickling mrs. Edwin Brooks and miss Lola Brooks. Arrangements of roses Magnolia and daisies were used to decorate the House throughout. Upon arrival the honoree was presented a Cor Sage of Gardenias. Mrs. Hazel gee greeted guests at the door and presented them to the receiving line composed of the hostesses the honoree mrs. Edwin Osteen Mother of the Bride mrs. Sam Royal aunt of the Groom to be. Mrs. Jack Wright and mrs. Alex Brunson received in the Den. Mrs. Percy Hay invited the guests into the dining room. The table was covered with a Cut work Linen cloth and entered with an arrangement of lilies daisies and fever few. Mrs. L. C. Kuker served punch from a Silver lunch bowl miss Helen Osteen sister of the Bride miss Betty Gilispie mrs. Henry Osteen and Bliss Amanda Osteen assisted in serving an array of bridal refresh ments. Goodbyes were said by mrs. Charles Ingram and mrs 0. T. Finklea. Cook s Day off by Frances s. W1th1ngton Mornini news women s editor mrs. P. J. Maxwell has several tempting dishes today designed especially for brides but just right for anyone interested in an easy and tasty combination for Light summer foods. Mrs. Maxwell is an excellent person to give this Type for she has reared a family of three boys and four girls. Start with baked Ham mrs. Maxwell suggests buy ing a half Ham or about five ibs., and in her words the plump end rather than the Shank Cook 20 minutes to a in. In a hot oven about 450 degrees. When f Charleston senior vice presi Dent mrs. Larnia Munsin of Green Ville Junior vice president mrs. Lazel Wells of Florence Treasur a mrs. Mildred Anderson of had Aston chaplain mrs. Mary is of foreign wans department tract president no. 3, mrs. Hazel South Carolina which was held Campbell District president. No 6, mrs. Elma Gilbert of Hartsville District president no. 7, mrs. Faye Fox and District president no. 9 mrs. Grace Russell. Past department Sadie Barnette presented mrs. Grace Barranco of Columbia with the past depart ment s pin and thanked her for her outstanding work which was accomplished during the past

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