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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - June 22, 1955, Florence, South CarolinaWednesday morning june 22. 1955 the Florence morning news. Florence 8. C Page a a society news devotional scripture by this shall All men know that be Are my disciples if be have love one to another. John prayer 0 Loving lord through thy redeeming and reconciling love thou Are Ever seeking to make All Peoples one in the family of god. Help us to recognize and accept thy love As the guiding Power in our lives. In the Saviour s name. Amen. Thought for the Day 1 can both learn and teach the Universal language of god s love. The upper room Calendar deadlines All Calendar notices should be called brought or mailed in by noon on Friday before the sunday edition desired. Calendar items called in later than noon Friday will be inserted in tile Calendar prior to the Day of the event but they cannot be included in the Lull schedule of events published sunday. Your cooperation in this mat Ter will be appreciated. Other sunday items pictures wedding articles should be brought or mailed in by 5 . Thursday. All wedding pictures must be mailed or brought in by 5 . Wednesday. Payments must accompany pictures when received in office. Sizes accepted Are 4" x 6" and 4" i club and Circle meetings should be mailed or brought in two Days after the event takes place. Personal items May be called in at any Lime from 9-6 . Daily. Florence Public Library hours for summer monday through Friday the Library will be open for use from 9 am. To 1 . And . To . First presbyterian Church Ca Lander for june 13-17 Calendar for Central methodist Church for week of june 20 through june 25. Wednesday p. M. Gia meeting at the b of l. E Hall. Thursday 4 . . With mrs. John Ballow 1212 Gregg ave. Friday 8 p. M. Pee Dee shrine club Aux liar at shrine club. Covered Dorothy Dix says who needs whom dear miss Dix after 12 years of unhappy marriage i Fin ally got a divorce. This happened a year ago and is not my present problem. I am in my Early forties and have a 10-year-old daughter to support. We have been living with my Mother a widow since my trouble. My Sisters and Brothers Tell me i should move away from Here and be on my own. They think 1 have done enough for my Mother. This in t the firs time florentine on the go miss Betty Ann cd sch is at tending the annual convention of medical technologists being held at the Juipi hotel new Orleans la. Miss Tuschel is a member of South Carolina state society and is attending the convention As a member. Miss Owen Rose and mrs. De Loris Dixon have returned frown Miami fla., where they spent a week. While there they were guests of mrs. Dixon i Mother mrs. E. D. Casque formerly of Florence. Miss Julia camlin miss Julia camlin Bride elect this week was entertained re Rity with card party Given mrs. Leoter Bellamy at the we of mrs. Sara b. George. After several progressions at Axis awards went to miss Jan Scott mis6 Bonnie Ann Whit k and my. Tyree Moose. Or. And mrs. Paul Mclaughlin and or. And mrs. J. C. Norwood left for Washington ., and new York City today where they will attend several major league Bate bail games. They also plan to spend several Dayi in the mountains. Be with a piece of China in her Nosen pattern. Lefred ments were served to the guests attending the affair. Hurry hurry was Hie main thought for sgt. Jesse Prosser and he family of their Home on Homestead drive yesterday afternoon. Lorry mrs. Prosser Ami sgt. Prosser Ore shown making last minute preparations before they depart for a three year four of duty m Germony. Prosser formerly of Lake City Ond mrs. Prosser the former miss Yvonne Hyman of san mrs. Prosser entertained at recent drop in party that t the place for you to be Don t base your decision on your Mother s needs though. She seem quite capable of caring for her self. Dear miss Dix is there much Chance of a Happy marriage when my husband employs members of his family who never have accepted me. At present his Mother and three married Sisters Are working for him. J a. Mrs. Jesse n. Prosser who is leaving soon for Germany was entertained at a drop in monday evening Given by mrs. G. H. Ward and mrs. H. P. Byrd at the Home of the latter. A Lamelia Corsage was presented to the honoree upon arrival. Mass arrangements of summer Cut Flowers were used throughout the receiving rooms. An array of gifts were presented to the honoree and the hostesses gift was a costume Collar and necklace. Guests were invited into the do ing room for refreshments. Pre siding at the punch bowl was mrs. G. H. Ward. Mrs. Parks Newsome assisted in serving. T have lived with her. We stayed Here for two years after 1 was Day by or. And mrs. Foster and before that i made my Home with her. She s a inn Darful Wom an with a source of income fio answer since it has been a family business for so Long 1 married i doubt if a change would be feasible. Unless your presence is absolutely necessary stay away from the business and keep to the House she could get along very Well and children. You May have More set up a Home of my own or do you agree with me that i should remain with my Mother where 1 am Happy answer ii seems to me the shoe is on the other foot and that your Mother is doing More for you than you Are for her. She cares for your child while you work she shares her Home and holds out a stabilizing hand which you apparently have always needed. Regardless of your age you Are still a dependent child. Did this ruin marriage i wonder whether the unhappy perhaps it was t her fault. She Mink like my in Law trouble than most married that i should people but you can tas much As possible. Dear mass Dix my Mother s marriage was a very unhappy one she was deserted by my father. She is consequently very bitter about marriage and constantly warns me Given any against serious it. I Haven t particularly since thought i Don t to it have much time for dating. Do you think my Mother s intentions Are right i am 25. Faith answer no i do not. Your Mother s experience should in fact make you More selective in mate. Get out m May not consciously have sought it but your immaturity in con stantly seeking advice Comfort a ready car to receive your troubles must have been a contributing cause. I do think it s about time you Learned Independence and set up housekeeping on your own. It would be Good for your child too. How Ever since you Are so obviously unhappy about the Mere Sugges Tion of separating from your Mother it seems rather futile to recommend it. Home to your Mother s complaints is doing you no Good. Write Dorothy Dix for free leaflet d-14, on bring in All cases be sure to enclose a stamped self addressed envelope and Send Reri Cust to her care of this newspaper. Travel tricks with soap Stop a stocking run by rubbing in any Case Don t worry about use a a the opinions of your Brothers an u Sisters. Their intentions Are Titiev arc advising you for own welfare but. After All the decision rests with you. Whenever you and your child will be happier Damp soap on it. Dab of soapsuds to Slick truly curl or lock o Ood hair your Wash mud or splashes off Stock Ings while on the legs by Rubbins. With a thick soapy lather with a Damp Loicl. Then mrs. Oliver complimented on 83rd birth year at lunch Tummons Pujji june burned at each end of the table to Green Oliver of Timmon Shiue i the honoree was the recipient entertained on her 83 birth Hill and or. And mrs. Clarence e. Lowell. Red roses and mixed summer Flowers were used throughout the Louse during the occasion. The thirty guests were invited into the dining room where a Buffet luncheon was served. The Din ing table was covered with a White Inen cloth and a birthday cake was used As a Centrepiece. Can of Many useful gifts from he family and friends. Out of Torii guests attending the affair were or. And mrs. Marioi Oliver and son Don of washing ton ., Jack Oliver of Savannah ga., or. And mrs. Leon Smith an children Jackie and Allen of con Way or. And mrs. W. L. Broad Way mrs. J. W. Love and mrs Julia Banta All of Florence. Also or. And mrs. Lavern Knight and children of Andrew was Usea a a Delabra holding lighted tapers and mrs. Billy Skinner of Camden Timmon Shiue personals or and mrs Harry Mclntyre and children Susan Johnny an and Daughty eilen0 of duller. Ibeth of Charlotte. N.c., Are spend Tui a sub i pa., Are spending several Days with the later s parents or. And mrs. Joe d. Matthews. Mrs. Tally t. Hill president of Florence county Council of farm women left monday for Rock Hill where she will attend the 35th annual convention of South Carolina Council of farm women. Or. And mrs. Charles Gould and son Ronny of Greenville n.c., it. And mrs. James a. Hicks and children of Shaw Field and mrs. George Isenhardt and children of Marion were weekend guests or. And mrs. N. B. Hicks. Or. And mrs. Marion Oliver am son Don of Washington Spen a few Days with the former s Siste and family or. And mrs. Foste Hill. Or. And mrs. J. i spent the weekend at Murrels Inlet where they were guests of or. And mrs. A. Kae Moore. Of miss Miriam Carter of Raleigh no spent the weekend with her and mrs. H. E. Car parents or. Ter. Mrs. William Stokes and son and mrs. H. Wilson spend sunday in co Lumbia where they visited rela Tives. Mrs. J. De Anderson of Murrills Inlet spent monday in town with her brother and family or. And mrs. Gee p. Jeffords. Ing a few Days in town former s Mother mrs. J. E. Pat j. T. Hill and son of Aiken spen the weekend in town with relatives miss to Hill of Florence spending the week in town wit her grandparents or. And mrs j. Culpeper Hill. Or. And mrs. H. P. Belvin an children of Camden spent Sunda in town with or. And mrs. Lyste Hopkins and mrs. John Hopkin Kay Hayes or. And mrs. Moody s. Hayes or. Of Florence announce the birth Rainbow girls deceive honors at recent meet the following honors for the ext year s Rainbow Assembly Ere received by Florence Mem Jers attending Rainbow Assembly Charleston on june 12-15. Those receiving these honors Ere Shelia Mcdonald grand immortality Georgia Allyn Mccoy lick grand representative Wynne Barefoot Michigan Sylia Ashley North Dakota Kathryn Daton Wisconsin Mary Esther Mcroy Cuba and Deloris Adkins grand historian. Others attending were Sandra Burrows grand love Carol Chap Man grand representative Lillian each Nancy Campbell Frances Ann Dean grand chaplain Eli Zabeth David choir guard Karrh Ryn Eaton Patricia Eaton Peggy Dowers Martha to Candy grand choir and Diane Lee Green. Also. Mildred her Bree. Grand representative Vera Howie Mary Janice Jackson grand representative Jeanette Mcroy Bai fora Patterson Ceryl Warr and Carol Matney. The following adults accompanied them mrs. Annie Mae Jackson mrs. . Eaton and major and mrs. T. H. Kaetzer Mother participating or. And mrs. E. G. Stokes and mrs. Stokes Mother mrs. C. Dar Nall miss car Metal mania Harrill and miss Kitty Allen spent the weekend Cherry Grove Beach. Miss Nona Shuler and miss Amy Weston of Florence have been named to the Dean s list at College for second semester. Mrs. Sam Rowland miss Billy Rowland and miss Stella Harris of Vicksburg miss., Are visiting mrs Rowland s daughter and family or. And mrs. I. J. L. Mclaughlin or. Mrs. H. C. Lindley or. And Chil Dren Claudia Alice Henry Iii and John Robbie Are spending the week with the former s parents or. And mrs. Robbi d. Mclaughlin at their Home in the country mrs. W. A. Baker to be president of auxiliary Lake City june 21 or w. A. Baker was installed As pre Dent of american legion Auxilia for the ensuing year. Also the following mrs. G. C advisor. The assemblies All from South Carolina and this was South Carolina s first an Nual Assembly alone. Some 350 girls were in attendance and were adored generously with hospitality of Charleston. since a swim is not a Bath it s Wise to remember that a Bath should always follow t swim. Everyone in the family should understand that the big difference Between a swim and a Bath is soap it s a scoop Walker vice president mrs. Jol g. Rose Secretary mrs. J Mcsween treasurer mrs. I Reynolds chaplain mrs. C. S. A Kinson historian mrs. N. A. Gady sergeant at arms. Or. C. S. Heimlich president thirteenth District of the ame can legion auxiliary was install lion officer. The auxiliary met i mrs. Edwin Coker with mrs. Sar my Norris and mrs. Freeland a assistant hostesses. Mrs. G. C. Walker presided of the meeting. Mrs. Dorroll be nolds chaplain led a Devotion period. The meeting adjourned u til september after which t hostesses served a Sweet Cours pack portable props vacation time is the time to pack Beauty into your travel kit wherever you go. The fashionable carry alls can always make room for miniature clothesline and clothespins for Nail Brush clothes Brush Bobby pins and hairnets or Nead Scarf. And soap and tissues belong in a lady s handbag even if she s just out for a Day s shop Ping. For when you look your Best parties held honouring brides and brides elect tile hostesses presented the Hon Cree with Teaspoon in her chosen pattern of Silver a set of Glass i. Were served by the Bottom. Miss Julia came Len Bride elect of this week was entertained re Beouy with miscellaneous Shower Given by mrs Boll Rhodes and Trie hostess presented the Hono 3. S. Hughes. Members of Julia camlin Bride elect at s week shared Honore on june with Wise june Page Bride act of june 21, of Latta at a Ower Given by. Mrs. A. D. Thing n and miss Laura Ann Ellington. About 20 friends of both Honor Este attended the affair. Tie a stresses gift to mafias camlin was set of mixing bowls and mss be was presented a tray. Miss Inchcl Sellers Bride elect of a was remembered with a the circles at Pisgah Church at tended. Mass arrangements of White dais is dahlias and burning tapers were used throughout the receive of a Corsage of Sweet peas was presented the honoree upon arrival. The hostesses presented the Hon Oree with Crystal in her chosen Mottern and e fraying . Refreshments were served Buffet style. Mrs. Keyword souls mrs. Heyward Sells a recent Bride was honoured on Friday evening at the Home of Len a now with mrs. Wilbur Hoyd mrs. Roy Matthews mrs. Kelley Tedder list 4, it. A Frozen fruit Saiad was served Tfaye hostesses. N miss Julia camlin Bride elect the Home was decorated with this week was entertained re mixed summer Flowers the Dimnic Nutly with a party Given by mrs Deve Katsoe or. Of Oola and mrs Endall w. Evans of Darlington the Home of the latter. Mass arrangements of summer Owers were used in the receiving rooms. Mcleod alumni have annual picnic supper Mcleod infirmary nurses Alum Nae held their annual picnic a he Home of mrs. Ruth Goodso guests included members of the senior class of the nursing school friends and children of the Alum Nae members. Mrs. Molly Price and mrs. Good son were in charge of All arrange ments for the picnic supper. This was the last meeting the alumni until september. Table held a Centrepiece of while alias. Several wedding games and con ests were played during the even no. Miss Janie Caulder miss Star Ley Matthews miss Martha Waifler and miss Parolyn Matthewa assisted in serving. The Bride was presented a Cor Bage of Pink carnations. The Hono ree was presented an array of useful gifts. During the evening the hostesses served refreshments. Of Cool forecast Cool forecast for women in White Are the new White Nylon stockings sheer and seamless that hug the knee with Lacy elastic and Are so comfortable when the temperature soars. Keep them snowy White by Sud sing after each wearing and always Wash them Sepe rattly because White by Ion picks up tints from other colors. Rental machines 9 floor Sanden floor hand 0 vacuum cleaners 9 wallpaper removers 0 wallpaper tools Mcinnes paint co. B7.l 6611 229 n. Mcqueen St and is a warding. Slay looking your Best life lot More pleasant and re. Of a daughter Wanda Kay 18 at Saunders memorial hos or. And mrs. J. Will Patterson quicker quieter smoother new Hudson Hornet v-8 shoe laces White shoe laces look better when washed in hot soapsuds. After rinsing stretch them taut. Loans savings real estate insured in either Case you save Money. Our loan plan brings you nearer the goal of debt free Home ownership. Peoples Federal savings and loan association 45 years of uninterrupted dividends Florence s oldest financial institution assets Over reserves Over million now Hudson Hornat cd Hollywood Hardtop. Available too with Demtd Shamplo Phlp six tag pm newest greatest of the v-8 slow friction lightning Quick action for the fabulous Hudson Lorn cell you la like this Quicler smoother Way of going with the big Rug Neil engine that already holds test records or endurance. Offered wit new twin Ullram Alie drive. Try it your Hudson dealer s. Cox motors inc. Hudson Moil perform it of them aim an ricin Mittit ill Lott strut Phon. 6381 ran trip to wimpy Iamb at f you la love the Mart flattery of that scooped neckline you la love Jim Brief sleeves and flaring 4-Gore skill. Best of All you la love to sew this it s so easy make it n Crisp Cotton or a pretty Nylon Novelty. It s sew Thrifty tool pattern i71li misses sizes 14, a 16, 18, 20 so s2, 34, 3ti, 38, 40, 42. Size 16 takes Yards 35-Inch fabric. This pattern easy to use simple to sow is tested or fit. Has com plete illustrated instructions. Send thirty five cents in coins for thit 5 for each pattern for just class mall ing. Send to Anne Adams care of Florence morning news .15, pattern dept., 243 weal 17th st., new York it n. Y. Print plainly Namik Aix Drums with zonk Fulke i my if tilt numb by. Still a few of these summer net panty girdles and two Way stretch some with embroidered front panels regular and while they last o no try oni

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