Florence Morning News Newspaper Archives May 19 1955, Page 7

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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - May 19, 1955, Florence, South CarolinaThursday morning May the Florence morning news. Florence s. C. State homemaker of tomorrow honoured at Tea in Johnsonville Johnson vile miss Nora can Dewitt member of the san or class at Johnsonville High school and South Carolina site Winner in the Betty Crocker Home maker of tomorrow contest was Lenored on tuesday afternoon from until . With a drop in party by the Johnso Ivule Wom an s club and the Junior Home makers association As co hostesses. Guests were met at the door by mrs. H. M. Floyd who presented hem to a receiving line consist no of mrs. W. W. Altman presi Dent of the woman s club mrs. Wayne Floyd Home economics department and sponsor of . Nora Jean Dewitt Honor guest and president of . Mrs. Lenora Huggins Mother of the honoree and miss Katherine Wright super visor of District 5. Presiding at a punch bowl was mrs. Jimmy Chapman and serv ing at the appointed table covered with an imported Cut work cloth club meetings Lake City personal news items i t Jid mrs eld mrs Prim hippy. Entered with a Silver Basket of Arden Flowers were Judy Ann Owell Dorothy Cox and Barbara Chapman members of . After refreshments mrs. Charles Campbell invited guests to visit the Home economics department to View the various letters of recognition telegrams of congratulations news paper clippings trophies souvenirs and other awards presented to miss Dewitt while she was in Washington Williamsburg and Philadelphia which were on Dis play the entire ensemble covered six or eight tables. Inviting guests to Register was mrs w. Ii Ming who also presented each guest with the new revised Betty Crocker Cook Book a gift from general Mills. About 75 guests called during the afternoon and among them were mray others other than club Mem Bers of . Girls. Everyone expressed appreciation of the recognition that miss Dewitt has re in the Sparrow swamp Garden _ importance of adults being furnish. Northing for Roanoke va., a acre i. ,1" they spent the Mother s Day the Fol a Timmonsville Persona news mrs. D. O. To Man left on in Day Tor Barton Rouge la., where she will attend the National hem Ocallis convention. Button on magic mrs. Holman is a National credited Flower j. Culpeper his has re turned from Cocoa fla., where mrs a w. Eichelberger left on Friday for College Park md., where she will attend a Mother luncheon at the univer sity of Maryland where her Daugher. Miss Reugh Eichelberger is a student. Mrs. Ii. To. Benion is spending she spent several Days with a lit son and family it. And mrs. Ken Neth d. Hill mrs. Hi2 was accompanied Home by her granddaughter Nancy in chaos be from sundress to City dress Quick As a Wink with that Clever Collaretti see How it but tons right to the dress Points up the curvy shape of the neckline. You la get so much More Wear out of a smart combination like this it s so easy to make pattern 4809 misses sizes 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20. Size 10 dress Yards 35-Inch Collar 1 a Yards. This pattern easy to use simple to sew is tested for fit. Has com plete illustrated instructions. 1 Send thirty five cents in coins for this pattern add 5 cents for each pattern for is class mail ing. Send to Anne Adams care of Florence morning news 55, pattern dept., West 17th st., new York 11, n. Y. Print plainly name. Address with zone size and style number. Weeks with the Hill s and mrs. A. R. Moore. Y 1u.1 Hill who will spend Severa and or s Adrienne Tolman of Tim Sparrow swamp Garden club met a the Home of mrs. B. I. Law. Rence with mrs. Billy Jones assist ant hostess. Mrs. Cleo Young of Timmonsville was guest speaker for the meet ing. Mrs. Young talked on dried Flower in making such an arrangements originality she pointed out is an important Point. She displayed 13 arrange ments of Flowers picked along Road sides or from ditch Bank in the country or along highways be tween Timmonsville and Florida or Virginia. Originality of design was the key to mrs. Young s arrangements. The principles for dried arrange ments the speaker pointed out Are the same As for fresh Flowers. Where color is lacking it can be added by a painted item or adding something artificial. To obtain Harmony in an arrangement is most difficult for a Container is very important in a emphasized .u.13. Mrs. G. K. Young first vice presi Dent introduced the guest speaker and presented her with a gift from the club. Mrs. Joe Anderson club presi mrs. L. R. Tin fuck Aid mrs. Of Jund mrs. Pricco ploy. Page 7-a lowing members of her family. Or. And mrs. Bruce a county and children of Conway or. And Charles Mccurry and family or. And mrs. Charles Smith and Chil Dren and miss Minnie Haithcock All of Florence. Dried arrangement mrs. Young. Tere mrs. N. N. Uwon to her the week in Warwick a with the weft in her daughter and family or. And mrs. John Redpath. Or. And mrs. Paul Benton Are spending a few Days in Hampton. Va., with relatives. Or. And mrs. H. H. Hevell mrs James Willis Revell and baby Ray Webb or. Dent discussed plans for the Mem Bers to go to Edisto. Gardens in Juse. The yearbook committee de Vered the club yearbooks. A horticulture report was made by mrs. Each person present was presented Flower plants by Virs. Lawrence. Mrs. Orilla Vassy of Sardis was guest of mrs. Claude Langston. A Sweet course was served by mrs. Lawrence. Darlington Friendship club Muity de recreational plans As Well As the youth of the Community. Mrs Spivey s paper had to do with pro eels on which the City is now working in conjunction with the finer Carolina at the conclusion of the program the hostesses served a Sweet course with Pound cake and suts. Pamplico Junior Book and Garden Junior Book and Garden club of Pamplico held its May meeting Home of mrs. Delmas Moore. Miss Claire Coleman opened the meeting with prayer. Mrs. C. D. Munnjr. Gave a talk on Flower miss Coleman gave a Book review of Quick Silver mrs. W. W. Mcwhite outgoing president expressed her thanks and appreciation to the club Mem Bers for their co operation through out the year. Mrs. Bill Herrington president for 1955-56 appointed committees and discussed a few matters of business. Alter the meeting adjourned mrs. Moore served refreshments. Timmonsville Book and Garden Book and Garden club held its Ashley Hall school in Charleston for 1955, 1956, where she is a Stu Dent. Mrs. W. M. Eicholberger has re turned to her Home in Cumberland md., after pending several weeks with her son and family or. And mrs. A. W. Eichelberger. Mrs. Allen Young and mrs. Hol Man were visitors in Charleston on thursday. Or. And mrs. J. E. Smith spin tuesday in Columbia t Nei daughter and family or. And mrs weekend or and mrs. Dillon h. Kirby o Cherry Grove Beach Are spending a few Days in town. Mrs. Sam Parker of society Hil is spending the week with mrs w. A. I commons. Mrs. E. H. Davis had As her dinner guests on sunday or. And mrs. Otto Matthews of Sumter. Or. And mrs. Jerry Hicks and children of Columbia were recent guests of their parents or. And at a meeting of the Friendship club at the Home of mrs. Hey Ward Kelley in the Kelley Tow Bobby Hickson. Guests 01 let re a mrs. N. B. Hicks. Cap the ceremonies with a gift of streamline Samsonite Luggage Section of Darlington county o wednesday the club selected a its May pro meet sending of a if Box to a resident of the Community who has been ill for the a several months. Mrs. Frank Kelley recreation Leader led the women in sever games. In the guessing Contes the Winner was mrs. Heyward Kel Ley several card games were played by the members. The next meet ing will meet at the residence of mrs. Tracy Blackwell. Lake City Junior Book club the May meeting of the Junior Book club was held at the Home of a l. Spivey on Friday afternoon with mrs. Alton Koonce serving As co hostess. The presi Dent mrs. H. L. King presided and following Roll Call and minutes of he previous meeting mrs. J. H. Dew gave a report on the recent state convention which convened n Florence. Mrs. Koonce made a report on Public welfare. The for the month was entitled an inspiration to better prepared May meeting on Friday afternoon to the Home of mrs. Bill bedding eld. Mrs. Grady Wade vice president ailed the meeting to order. Mrs. Wade program Leader introduced Robert Workman of Timmonsville school who talked on 4-h club work. Mrs. Mellette gave an informative description of Mont Erey Calif. Mrs. Wade conducted a routine business session during which time mrs. J. Frank Davenport treasurer gave her report. The club members voted to co operate with Timmonsville Garden club of the concert to be presented William h. Schroder. Prior to the program the hosted served a salad course with ice drinks. Study club the study club met with or p. L. Spivey. Aug a film on a Chance to which was sponsored by Carolina Power and Light read by mrs. She also showed Only a web come Complete with the lids that give 22% greater 5eaunc surface sever Inu contest i Duncan Mckenzie for its Mil meeting on thursday. This will b the last meeting until sup Tembe mrs. M c. Cothran presiden called the meeting to order mrs j. Helton Baker Lead opening prayer. Mrs. Colhran Roa an article entitled Little thin bring great which was followed with the business. Mrs. Mckenzie and mrs. S. V. Prepared the history of the club which was read by mrs. Ward. Mrs. Edgar g. Keels pro Gram chairman turned the meet ing Over to mrs. Who had written a be sure of getting your favorite Kerr lids when you buy Mason jars. Only dependable Kerr jars come Complete with Kerr lids preferred and proved better or sure Seal. Experienced Home canners know that Ken lids give 22% greater scaling surface extra Protection for All Home canned foods. 1 lie exclusive Kerr Gray sealing composition expands to Seal not Only the top Edge of the Jar but the inside and outside edges As Well. Kerr lids give a Seal you can test three ways see or feel the Seal and Only Kerr lids have the acid resistant Golden finish developed especially for Home Canning. You can always rely on durable temperature treated Kerr jars made of Clear Crystal hint Glass to withstand boiling heat and below Zero cold. Insist on Kerr jars Caps and lids the Home Canning team that Means Jar after Jar after Jar perfectly sealed to mrs. W. R. Mcl Jod most informative paper on South old churches in of Aro. A sextet composed of the Fol lowing mrs. H. B. Cannon mrs. L. A. Gallaway mrs. E. G. Keels j h. Mcsween and mrs. Fred h Young furnished special music. Mrs w m Wall conducted a Bible quiz and mrs. Cothran was presented an award. During a social hour the Host company and which show u de the Ess served refreshments. Dorothy free loading husband dear miss Dix my husband and i have been married for 12 years he is 59, i am 42. In those 12 years i have clothed myself furnished the House and tried to keep up with my husbands con stantly mounting pile of Bills. _ As a decorator he has a flours a Trade and makes Good Money but where it goes 1 Don t _ know. He promises to pay a Bill in fact says he has paid it then gets a the mail that it s past it four years ago i was in a Seri Ous automobile Accident. I was in the Hospital for five months. The received in settlement vol the mortgage on our Home. Occasional groceries Are Al ast that you re on a going faster and faster to get no where i suggest that you push the Stop Button and get off. Why have gone on so Long when husband has a income and Ould Well afford to take care of his own Bills and maintain a Home is beyond me. What does he do with his Money since he is Well aware of what you do with yours you re entitled to the same rom him. At this Point you d better put the Small amount of Money you have left from the settlement into hiding and announce that henceforth you my husband Ever pays Lor. I have worked outside taken in boarders and done everything possible to get out of debt but for every Bil he runs up two. What can Kate l Ami Yipu Are not responsible for his Bills o for household expenses. A Man who loves Money or we wants to spend it on his own pleas ures and amusements loves to be hold of an obliging wife who i take Over the financial responsibility of the Home. Once he realizes How pleasant such a situation is hell never retrace answer since you realize at face obligations. 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