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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - June 15, 1955, Florence, South CarolinaWednesday morning. June Library news now that vacation season has at last you can catch up on All that Back Reading you have been planning to do. Florence pub Lic Library has just the material you Are looking for. Stop at the Library soon assist units will be glad to help you select books on your favorite subjects. The following new books have been added this week at Florence Public Library fiction dutch by Theodore Bonner Hun silent run deep by Edward l. Capita in Cut Throat by John Dickson Carr Honor More by Joyce Cary Case of the Sun bather s diary by Earle Stanley Gardner and Bonjour Tris Tesse by Francoise Sagan. Also twelve pictures by Edith Simon the breaking wave by Neva Shute the Virginia exiles by Elizabeth Vining Poison in the pen by Patricia Wentworth the Thorn tree by Nelia Gardner White Pray for a Brave heart by Helen Mcinnes april to remember by Helen Topping Miller. Non fiction the Power of positive thinking for Young people by Norman Vincent Best plays 1954 by Kronenberger de Laurette by Marguerite court memories by Ethel Barry More two minutes till Midnight by Elmer Davis and How to live on 305 Days a year by John a. Schindler. Also. To the one i love Best by Ludwig Belem nans and the Pray ers of Peter Marshall by Cather Ine Marshall. The Florence morning news Florence s. C. Page 7 doctors know this specialized aspirin for children is made to Best fit Chil Dren needs 1 he. Meets held in pee Dee area Woodville Woodville Home demonstration club meeting was held at the Home of mrs. M. H. Willis. Seven Mem Bers were present for the meeting. Mrs. Willis president presided. The Council Creed was led by mrs Willis. Mrs. F. Bacot Rogers led a devotional period. Her topic was a Little the lord s prayer was repeated in unison. Program and business included mrs. Willis talk pennies for Means mrs. Rogers speak on the purpose of the Enesco Stamps club vote to Send a Delegate to the Council of farm women. Mrs. Alice Talbert s demonstration on House warm mrs. Willis assisted by mrs. D. G. Jordan served a Frozen fruit salad cheese biscuits and Tea. The next meeting will be held at the Home of mrs. J. H. Clarke in september. Vox Vox and Prospect Home Demon stration clubs held a joint meeting recently at Prospect Community room. Mrs. L. A. Hanna president pre sided Over the meeting the club song of the month was Sung by the group. Mrs. J. B. Ahman led the group in Flag salutes and mrs. John Gary Eaddy led the group in the Council Creed. Mrs. John David Eaddy led a devotional period and used As her Opic Little mrs. Kilgo Eaddy gave a Reading entitled what is god mrs. Thelma d. Eaddy assisted by miss Myrtle Lawrence gave a demonstration on House warm Prospect club served a Sweet course and soft drinks. Pianist Patrica Hamilton of Dillon is Winner of top freshman music honors at Coker College. The Hartsville school awarded her a 1955-b6 scholarship of for showing the greatest improvement and Promise among first year students of music. One or More such awards Are conferred on Coker rising sophomores each Spring. This year s single recipient holds rat second highest Scholastic record in the class of 1958. The 19 year old Honor student is a piano Pupil of mrs. Virgil Smith. She is the daughter of or. And mrs. Robert c. Hamilton of Dillon. Wednesday special play clothes Bermuda shorts pedal pushers primp my w shorts Linen and Cotton dresses Price blouses adult girl scout Dorothy Dix says training course to be offered Darlington june 14 there will be a training course for adult girl scout leaders at the girl Seoul House in Hartsville from the Datos of june 21-24 inclusive for leaders in this Section of South Carolina. The training course will be under the direction of miss Dorothy Kirk Patrick a Field representative from the Atlanta office. Trial Mother 1955 Art show award winners Twenty two award winners were selected from the 318 Amateur paintings drawings and prints submitted to the Winter Spring 1955 Kaaa american artist Amateur Art Competition. The jury of awards consisted of the following Well known artists Morton Roberts a.w.s., Painter and Illustrator John Depol a.n.a., printmaker and Illustrator and Norman Kent n.a., a.w.a., printmaker and painted. Eugene b d Oronzio of 378 w. Evans St., is among the .118 entrants whose work will be on exhibit at Gimbels. N.y., . June 27 to july 2. The american artist Magazine medal of Honor Amateur was awarded to the following entrants whose works were judged most outstanding in each category mrs. Janet mantel herring lint Texas oils or. Allan f. Avery Pearl River . Water colors and or. Adolph j. Kopy new York . Is cordially invited. Each of the Twenty two award winners received the coveted Kaaa certificate of award signed by the jury together with a photograph of hit prize winning work. All of the entries including the award winning works will be exhibited at Gimbels new York ., june 27 to july 2, in the fourth floor auditorium. The Public Scordi Auy invited. At the close the Gimbels showing an Kaaa travelling exhibition of the award winning works will tour the country for one year. This Competition is one of a series sponsored by the Amateur artists association of America inc., a non profit membership organization and by american artist Magazine. Women s federation outlines promotion Muir ans june 14 South car a Olina federation of women s clubs deah miss Dix recently i met and jell in love with a widower the father of two Lovely Chil Dren aged 1 and 3. We have been together quite a bit there thorough understanding Between Progress foundation Board o us and we do believe there s Hap trustees met june 10. And outlined piness for us in marriage. For promoting the federation Ever we realize the children will program be a responsibility for me As i civil activities discussed include have never been married. De for promoting the federation therefore we have made this plan. Bobbie rent an apart hell have his meals with us. Then Friday night june 17th, is the night to make your memory pay a profit Florence Junior chamber of Commerce is pleased to present Robert h. Nutt America s Foremost memory expert in a free demonstration meeting on How to remember Robert h. Nutt the Man who won t let you forget names faces facts Robert Nutt will show you How to remember names and faces How to reduce costly business errors How to remember what you read or study 9 How to give a speech without notes 9 How to remember sales Points How to sell More and increase profits Friday june 17th Sanborn hotel to . Florence you will be amazed to see members of the Florence Jaycees prove How easy it is to remember names faces and facts after being taught the Robert h. Nutt memory system. See them meet 50 or More. People and later recall their names. Interesting entertaining and instructive for information Tel. 4021 it s free attend the free meeting and Yon will Sec Why so Many executives and employees take the Robert h. Nutt two night memory course on How to re member names of the people they meet and to remember All kinds of facts Loo. 6vcr men and women have taken his course. Some of the outstand no companies who have enrolled their executives and employees Are Burlington industries j. Stevens and co., St. Regis taper co., Al i Aso natural Gas Miami Herald citizens and Southern National Bank dul ont co. In Atlanta Over people took his course ill Charleston almost 700, and 111 Columbia Over too now in Florence Over 100 men and women have ail duly enrolled Foi the course to be held monday and tues Day june 20th and 21st. The Cost is Only for the course and the Florence Junior chamber of Commerce Kiziar a tees that Robert ii. Nutt will make it easy for you to re member names faces and facts or Money Back. Don t Wall Loo late to enrol Only 125 tickets available 225 Tickett now available at Griffin motor co., singletons inc., and Clifton grown morning Newt. Sponsored by the Florence Junior chamber of Commerce. Ment for us and take the full responsibility of providing for us. I the dates of june 22 and june 23jin turn will take care of the Chil will be devoted primarily to a Lead a Drin. To will Boas a family sex cars workshop. The following two cent of course that Bobbie and i Days will be for Board and live As husband and wife. Mittee members. To " 1. 1 also on the nights of june and june 22, from seven until nine o clock there will be a leaders workshop which will be devoted to i tie negro group of the area. The Hartsville girl scout House is located directly behind the red a Carns motor corps. Hours will be from 9 a. P. M. Program adult education Community service and mental health through leadership clinics Menta health forums and varied training classes throughout the seven districts the scope and strength o the program to be in accordance with tie funds available from foundation income. Go Home to sleep. This will give me a Little experience in for the children. Wednesday specials 159 blouses Dacron Cottons Batiste Dressy tailored 1 Reg. 3.95 to 8.95 sizes 32 to 44 dresses s Well give this Experiment three months then the decision will be up to me. We feel it would be better for the children if i knew ahead of time whether i could be a Good Mother or . Our friends and relatives Are about divided As to the Wisdom of this course. Marion be answer when i first read this letter f was astounded. Reflection however gave me viewpoint. Your Here condensed. Letter shows Dence of sincerity that i am con Vinced of the purity of your motives. And Jike All ideas that seem too absurd for consideration it might work people will talk you must Bear in mind however that it s an artificial situation. People will talk As they always do and your reputation May suffer particularly if you re very Young. 1 have an alternate suggestion to make that will at least protect your name. Bobbie is the object of your uncertainty you re sure of him. take the children away for the summer with your Mother his Mother or any older relation who a like to go i Don t think you should be alone in Case of and undertake the full care of the children with the older woman around Jurl in Case the Progress foundation Board caring trustees Are elected at the an convention of the South Caro Una federation of women s dubs and Are charged with the invest ment of the funds of the foundation and with the executive com Mittee of South Carolina Feder Tion of women s clubs to decide the expenditure of its income. Present for this meeting were the following mrs. Angus Matulay o Chester chairman mrs. C. Tucker jr., of Pageland Secre tary mrs. K. P. Schofield of Flor ence mrs. A. F. Spigner of Colum Bia mrs. J. Alex Stanton Iii of Tatum Harry Lee Jones o Florence and mrs. B. B. Anderson mrs. Fred Laurence of Rock Hill was absent. At the conclusion of the meeting the trustees were luncheon guests of mrs. Anderson. Which is such Evi modern etiquette by Roberta Lee q. Just what is the proper Rule concerning the removal of a Man s hat in an elevator a. He removes his hat Only in an elevator in a building where people live such As a hotel or an apartment building. Of office building and stores Are rated As the Street. Q. When there is no one waiting n table and the serving dishes Are passed from hand to hand Are they passed the left or the she s needed. Then see How you i Rigel it really won t Cost much Morel a. To the right so that the per than an apartment. You might eith son receives the dish in his left or take a cottage or go boarding hand and helps himself with the i think the Cottec idea would better. Give yourself two Ihen you can decide whether or hero s a delicious chinese style you want to continue with slice canned water chestnuts children. Thin add them to Chicken Broth i d love to know the outcome so sprigs of water Cress when you Are let me hear from you again. Heating the soup just before serv write Dorothy Dix for the stems should be left on leaflet d-36, guidance to crack the water Cress and it should be Ous in All cases be wilted cooked. A Clove or two to enclose a stamped self address 1 de envelope and Send request to i her care of this newspaper. Of garlic Cut in half should be added with the vegetables too then removed before serving. Reg. 17.95 to 79.95 toppers values to 42.95 jewelry 69c values to Cool fare for warm Days if hich came Chicken it or the Eggl it s a Good hot weather debate it Good Cooks spare their breath and serve both often on summer Incus. Here an engaging summer stars the legs dressed up o prettily its own toothed or Aughter the Chicken would t recognize it. Devised eggs i Dienne is the name and the secret of their sue Ess is the addition of snowy cot age cheese to the hard cooked a Lubelle dash of Curry order. Glamor for a Buffet or supper table any to look upon easy to prepare and As Good As they Are pretty. Devised eggs i Dienne g hard cooked Teaspoon dry halved Tablespoons Mayonnaise 3 Teaspoons vinegar Mustard 1 Teaspoon Curry Jiow Der i cup Blieese halt and to taste remove egg Yolks from Waltel. Mash Yolks mix with remaining mired Tryla until Well blended and Fluffy. Fill egg Whites with Yolk mixture. Garnish with paprika. Is halves. Int Glenwood personals mrs. Judd Fregnan left wednesday for six weeks of graduate study at Witt drop cell age. Tim Donee of Charleston is spending several Uay with his grandmother mrs. Revel Mcleod Charles Welch of Knoxville tenn., was guest of mrs Kevel Mcleod on sunday. Or. And mrs. Lef toy Langston and children of Columbia were justs of or. And mrs. B. L. Langs ton on sunday. Or. And mrs. Marion Ander son and sons of. Pampico were sunday guests at or. And mrs. T e. Anderson. Dewey Morris Marion Langston and revel Mcleod or. Are at homa or Tjie summer months. They Are students at Clemson College. A. L. Brown of Richmond va., was weekend guest of or. And mrs. Joe Anderson those attending the wedding of miss Ruby Mcleod and Bill Fricks n shades ton. Thursday evening were or. And mrs. John Mcleod wins. Joe Anderson and Are Anne Mcleod Kelley. Guests of or. And mrs. D. C. Kirby for several Days Are or. And Are. Earl Edmonds of Jack Sonville fla., or. And mrs. Mar Ion Thomas Langston and two Chil Idren of Richmond va., and mrs. Andersonjr. Calendar mrs. Anne Mcleod Kelley spent May with or. And mrs. Russell Green and daughters at file Home if mrs. Green s parents Mir. And mrs. Carlton Fitch Tanta. Deadlines All m jets should be called brought or nailed in by noon on Friday before the sunday edition desired. Calendar items called in later thin noon Friday will be inserted in the Calendar prior to the Day of the event but they cannot be included in the full schedule events published sunday. Your cooperation in this matter will be appreciated. Other sunday items and wedding articles should be brought or mailed in by s . All wedding pictures must be mailed or brought in by s . Wednesday. Payments must accompany pictures when received in office. Sizes accepted Are 4" x and 4" i 7." club and Circle Mcc Tangri should be mailed or brought in with no two Days after the event Takei place. Thursday p. M. Welcome Wagon new Comers club dutch luncheon at Chicken Basket. For reservation Call 2-1633 or 2-1110. 4 a. M. Friendship dub with mrs l. 0. Sid Ler 8 p. M. Officers club Leonora chapter no. 30 0. E. S., masonic Temple Friday p. M. Bethlehem shrine order of White shrine of Jer Saleum american legion hut. . District meeting daughters of America at . Supper will be served at 8 . Coffee Coffee Coffee of dad loves it mrs. Seignious guest at Bridge luncheon Kingstree june 14 mrs. G. M. Seignious was entertained re mrs. M. L. Few was presented Florence Public Library High score award and mrs. J hours for summer Claff Montgumery presented monday through Friday the Consolation award. Mrs. Reign out Library will be open for use from iwas presented a gift by the Host 9 a. M. To 1 p. M. And p. M. To p. M. Saturday 9 a. M. To 1 first presbyterian Church Ca Cedar for june 13-17 wednesday 9 a. M. Vacation Church school 30 p. M. Prayer meeting thursday a. M. Vacation Church school Friday a. M. Vacation Church school first Baptist Church Calendar for week of june 13-17 luncheon this Chuck Wagon tilt a pour is the solution to your father s Day gift problem it s a novel yet practical coffeemaker that s Ideal for resort Homes fishing and Hunting lodges and backyard bar i a. Makes enough Coffee to last All evening. Black and White por Celain on steel trimmed with red. Available with table or floor Model wrought Iron stand. Candle Wanner. Table Model makes 35 cups floor Model makes 53 cups s14.95. Complete line of Frontier outdoor dining and serving Ware available. Buy dad s today tally s treasure House of gifts 425 s. Nashua or. Phone 2-1504 bedding Plant Sale Price to Clear our greenhouses for fall plants . 15c.12 for Ageratum leg. 15c.12 for petunias Large 4-inch.ea. 35c fuchsias 4-inch.ea. 50c petunias stocks Verbena asters snaps marigolds 2v4" pots Doz. 60c seedlings 25c geraniums a. 35c.5jorj1.50 plants excellent Beach tally Flower s 425 s. Nashua or. Old Timmon Vilk Road smart separates summer s smartest to sew in Gay contrasting colors or on piece dress Etc it Grace Ful yokes detail the Blouse convertible collared for Cool com fort Loo. Classic skirt below pirated for flattery and walking Case. Pattern 4832 misses si7.es 12, 14, 16, 18, 20. Size 16 takes Yards 39-Inrii fabric skirt lakes 2 Yards. This pattern tiny to um1, to Siw is tilled for lit. a strut tons. I Send in for this pattern add s touts for Inch pattern for is class mail ing. Send in Ann Kadams euro of Florence morning news 55, Pellern dcpl., 243 West 17lh St. Now York 11, a y. Print plainly name a miss with sliu5 style num Beil. Served the guests present Tor the popular Guy deserves the Best Bob Hopf Taw s mfr yet close wednesday t p. M. Father s Day dress shirts for dad combed Cotton Broadcloth

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