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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - May 21, 1955, Florence, South CarolinaSaturday morning May toe Florence morning news. Florence. C Page 3 society news devotional scripture to i am with you always even unto the end of the amen. Matthew prayer dear lord help us so to relate ourselves to thee that we May have the constant consciousness of thy presence with us and thy Power in us. Through Christ our lord who teaches us to Pray our father who Art in heaven thought for the Day i am with you the upper room Calendar deadlines All Calendar notices should be called brought or mailed in by noon on Friday before the sunday edition Desler eur. Calendar items called in later than 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 Weddine articles should be brought or mailed in by 5 . A wedding pictures must be mailed or brought in by 5 . Wednesday. Payments must accompany pictures when received in office. Sizes accepted Are 4" i 6" and 4" i 7." be mailed or brought in within two Days after the event urn place. Personal items May be called in at any Lime from St . Daily. Saturday 4 . Musical Art club with mrs. M. H. Mobley Cherokee re. Miss hostess. Beraldine Morris co museum Calendar weekdays id a. M. To 5 p. M. Sundays 2 p. M. To 5 p. M. Closed of monday admission is free current exhibit main gallery Contemp collection West gallery Classica and american Indian collections. Wednesday p. M. Museum Art classes exhibit painting class gallery tour pee Dee chapter installs officers election if of icons for 1955-56 featured the meeting of pee dec chapter Daugh ters of the american revolution iced tuesday afternoon at the lome of mrs. E. B. Moore or. Vith mrs. H. S. Covington and mrs. M. Covington As assisting Host 9scs. Presented by mrs. Euer foe hog chairman of the nominating committee the officers elected arc Regent mrs. Dana Crosland or. Vice Regent mrs. K. B. Lodges second vice Regent mrs. F. Kinney third vice Regent mrs. J. Ben Rogers chaplain ills. Colin j. Cottingham record Rug Secretary mrs. Walter Hughes corresponding Secretary mrs. C. Berry or. Treasurer miss Lush Liles registrar miss Eleanor Vic Coll historian miss Inez Covngton genealogist mrs. C. H. Vico ants librarian . S. 3ovlngton, or. Parliamentarian mrs. W. M. Stevenson. Mrs. Drake h. Rogers retiring Regent presided and welcomed mrs. Raymond Moore As a now member. Mrs. P. M. Kiney pro Gram chair main presented miss Nez Covington who gave b report on the 644h Continental Congress Florence Church meetings of toe Dak which slur attended in Washington. Mrs. James f. Cov Nigton or. Introduced Julia Dux Lam Adams who reported on the of Imren of the american revolt non conference held recently in the new officers were installed by mrs. B. D. Rogers chaplain and mrs. Drake h. Rogers presented the Gavel to mrs. Oroslan. Wesleyan service Guild Wesleyan service Guild of St. Paul methodist Church held its regular meeting at the Home of mrs. Arthur Beaumont. Mrs. Fran Cis Morris. Mrs. Be ailment s Daugh Ter acted As hostess in the absence of mrs. Beaumont. Mrs. M. J. Conyers and mrs. L. A. Mccall were welcomed As guests. Mrs. Polly Tommey led a devotional period. After pledges for the new year were received mrs. Alice Smith mrs. Evelyn Proctor and miss Ellen sojourner took part in presenting the program. Mrs. Tommey then presented mrs. Mccall. Who told of her experiences while visiting her daughter and son in Law who Are missionaries in Africa. During a social hour Sunshine Sisters exchanged gifts and Drew names for the coming year. Cornelia Leavell Cornelia Leavell Circle of first Baptist Church was held at the Home of mrs. Jordan. Mrs. Samuel Shanko presided and asked mrs. Hay Quattlebaum to open the meeting with prayer remembering the Rev. And mrs. Bryant Hicks missionaries. Mrs. Jimmie Coleman was in charge of the program. Mrs. Cole Terr Zgavc a devotional taken from psalm 127. Mrs. Jackie Moss and mrs. Rosalie Green took part in presenting the program. Mrs. Shanko gave a report of the executive committee meeting and asked that trays and cards be sent those who Are sick. Mrs. Shanko dismissed the meet ing with prayer alter which the hostess served refreshments. Joy Circle Joy Circle of Westminster presbyterian Church held its regular meeting at the Home of mrs. Bruce Phifer. Mrs. C. P. Windham co chairman called the Circle to order. Mrs. Troy Truett led the opening Pray a mrs. Truest taught the lesson entitled the newness of after teaching the lesson the group was led in a closing prayer. A Short business session was iced during which time the Mem Bers were reminded of the women of the Church birthday party. During a social hour refresh ments were served by the hostess. It is not Wise for weight watch ers to use Mineral Oil in salad dressings because the Oil absorbs vitamins a and k and so they Ore not available for body use. Yogurt tastes Good with salad greens or dressings May be concocted from Buttermilk or Tomato juice. In memo Siam Iti Loving memory of our dear sociology club officers these win Tirol College students have been selected to head husband and father. H. L. Lawhon but we know that god knows Best. As we go along life s Way Gotdone May hearts heal to Hirvo but Sweet memories will never dim even though for awhile we must be apart. Wife and children Church Circle meetings held around the pee Dee Section throughout week ovary trends in american class Lawrence e. Graves in closing May 26. Hemingway Neale Young Circle Neale Yoang Circle of Heming Way Baptist Church held its regu Lar meeting monday night at the Home of mrs. Carol Morris. The meeting was called to or Der by mrs. Douglas Eaddy chair Hardy were visited last week and an arrangement of Flowers were Given to them. Or. And mrs. John Nie Huggins and mrs. Israel Avant were also visited and remember with delicacies. Painting class gallery saturday 10 to 12 a. She gave a de Carter closed the meeting with prayer made plans met w he Nursery during the e. Hicks with mrs. Harley j t our Mcgee As co hostess. Museum ar1 glasses Art class Sara Ginn and led in a prayer for Carolina Gall Bry Reg a tractor p. M. Contemporary mass Jonerik Lonal history collection. Trends in american Art main the South gallery Oriental gallery tour to keep the worship service for the next four Mcgee a weeks and to put Flowers in the Charlotte boys choir featured at Bennettsville rotary club be a Nuttsville entertain Ries whose names Are on Church during the months of May prayer Calendar. And july. Mrs Eaddy also served As pro a the meeting was closed with a Gram chairman in the absence of prayer by mrs. Percy Law More mrs Clifton Doug Las. Topic of the and then a supper of baked Ham program was give attention to potato salad biscuits Pound cake Reading and was presented by and iced Tea was served by the mrs Percy Lawrimore mrs. Olen hostess mrs. Carol Morns. Ctn mean mrs Thomas Cro Rcd Timmonsville and mrs. C. H. Cannady. Mrs. Julia trax Leil Circle Cannady won a contest on a word deodorant fussy 50c Ayer dry 50c Leon Lamoine 50c 65c yodoro.49c 98c tidy powder 59c shopper the 89c weekend special ment by the Charlotte boys choir Garne As Given in the May Issue under the direction of James the Royal service Magazine. Mcmillan a native of Marion Fea a Holl was called and minutes read j and j drug co. Free delivery lured the ladies night meeting of the rotary club of Bennettsville held tuesday evening in the school cafeteria. The occasion marked not Only the 15th anniversary if by mrs. Percy Lawrimore. Mrs. E. W. Hart was welcomed in As a new member giving a total of 17 members present at this meet ing. L. A. Galloway with mrs. J. L. Gibson and mrs. Carl Sutliff co hostesses. Mrs. W. R. Mcleod president the local rotary club but also an off Orang of was turned the Golden anniversary of rotary Over to the treasurer. Of this will be Given to the Sunbeam Lead International. Mcmillan told something of the boys choir now in its eighth for the sunbeams. Community Mission chairman Loyar and sponsored by Charlotte mrs. Cecil Harrelson was absent rotarians. He said they had re returned rom a tour of Oertly Florida and had even appeared in Madison Square Garden. Among the featured members of the choir in solos were John Sale inc Caric Joe Garner Eddie Davis Howard Chadwick Lanry Kec a Var and Tony Lingerfelt. E. C. Bakerr rotary president presided and a baked Ham menu was served by members of the Ijunior Charity English lightweight bibs but several of the Circle Mem Bers reported visitations they had made to the shut ins taking them each a special dish of food. Mrs. Harrelson. Mrs. Eaddy and Judy Eaddy made red and White Bou Quets o roses for the Hospital patients on mothers Day. These were presented along with scripture card Book Marks from the Nea a Young Circle. Each patient was Given Shor visit. Or. And mrs. J. A. Program Leader presented mrs. B. C. Stokes who gave a devotional of Little she closed the devotional period with a poem and prayer. Topic for the program child mrs. J. M. Bud Din talked on crusade for Chil mrs. J. H. Woods gave four ways to Cut juvenile delinquency. A skit our bodies arc god s temples was Given by mrs. Copy and and mrs. R. B. Hill. A salad course Atid punch was served by the hostesses. Business women s Circle at a find Mig Xirui Continental Strung a boding by Ycu around tit. World Fin lived in m0h Gleif enamel. Cirlot Model Low proc Ftp s 39 As Low As Down weekly he 50 year v v guarantee v ook god s wealth and Vas written by w. A. Bowen. The Jook has five chapters. Mrs. J. Belton baiter reviewed the first chapter which was title of mrs. Blanche King re viewed the second chapter obligation of mrs. Laura Jordan gave the third chapter the higher miss Joyce White talked on the fourth Chaper continuing mrs. F. E. Rast gave the last chapter the ultimate the guests were invited into the dining room where Buffet refresh cents were served. Hostesses for he meeting were miss Anderson. . G. Riles mrs. Fouad Baroody and mrs. William Stokes. Sardis night Circle night Circle of Sardis Baptist Church met with mrs. J. W. Mur . Mrs. Tommy Graham program Leader chose for her topic give attention to mrs. Gra Lam also gave a devotional with mrs. J. T. Truluck offering Pray mrs. W. H. Hobbs jr., mrs. 4539 Florence Lide Circle Florence Lide Circle of Sard pledges were or gird fld returned. Dof during the social hour the guests were served a salad course Ith sandwiches cookies and an de drink. Circle no. 4 Circle no. 4 held its monthly meeting on monday afternoon at e Home of mrs. L. L. Benton Hen mrs. I. H. Mccurry was the hostess. Leader mrs. Edward Roper con acted routine business and was charge of pledge service. Serv g As chairman of the program As mrs. J. L. Askinas. The sub act was making As sting in presenting the program Ere mrs. Fred Stalvey mrs. Oss Johnson mrs. J. A. Huggins Earl Brown mrs. Johnny Urner and mrs. L. L. Benton. The ice Ting closed with a prayer of ered by mrs. Askins after which guests were served a Sweet Ourse and a fruit drink. There vere 14 members present i or meeting. J Darlington 1 a pcs Indian Branch the following officers have been elected for the coming year in the women s society of Christian ser of the Indian Branch Metho dist Church president miss Al is she interfering dear miss Dix my son and his wife Are separated. He has a Job in the South and she works in the North. According to him the cause of their trouble was that she insisted on returning to an old Job while his work necessitated living in the South. I was very distressed Over the situation since i was extremely fond of my daughter in Law. They have a two year old boy who is with his Moth r. I have been corresponding with my daughter in Law and she has asked me to visit her. Among the tilings she hints that there s More to the Story than my son has Tol me. Do you think the visit would be Wise answer from your attitude and the facts As presented it seems to me that your interest in earning facts from both sides and trying to effect a reconciliation is sincerely constructive though oth ers May Label it Plain interference. Your daughter in Law must have a stronger reason for leaving than the fact that she likes a Job some where else. When you have the stories of both parties i do Hope you can. Help them mend their differences. Your Long letter indicates that you Are a Wise woman with much experience in living. From your Vantage Point you May be Able to help the Young folks begin anew on a More healthy basis. Attention to mrs. W. P Ham Lead the opening prayer. Or Lillian Gibbs led a devotional be Iod. Mrs. Miller Hudson mrs. Cutis Strother and miss Mattie Stroter took part on the program. Mrs. Liskum Langston closed the meet ing with prayer. ,1 refreshments were served the hostess. Elim Ien Odom vice pre Siuchin mrs. Odom recording Secretary mrs. Wiley Odom treasurer miss Otic Mcsween. Also mrs. Dupre whittle mrs. Fannie Norris mrs. Foster Jor Dan. Mrs. Kin Suggs. Mrs. Dossie Suggs miss Lila Mac Howell mrs. Jake Iseman. Mrs. Otis How a mrs. Lide howl mrs. Elton Odom mrs. Frank Iseman and mrs. John Iseman. Kimberly Clark wallpapers Roll-9 Yards Ion j Only Mcinnes wallpaper Salon Raphel Galloway Circle Rachel Galloway Circle of Elim Baptist Church was entertained wednesday afternoon by mrs. Ber 1 tha Ham and mrs. Cora Purvis. Christian citizenship was the j program theme selected by mrs. Level Mcleod. Mrs. Anne Mcleod Kelly gave a devotional for the afternoon using the Home trains or citizenship As her topic. Mrs. Harry Davidson mrs. Lide langs ton and mrs. T. R. Adams Dis cussed the privileges responsibilities and the issues of Christian citizenship. Mrs. Alice Purvis reported that movie on alcoholic beverages had been shown to Bonaire High school students sponsored by the Circle. Refreshments were served of the hostess. Sparrow swamp girl s auxiliary a Coronation for the girls Audi iary of Sparrow swamp Church was held on evening. The Church was decorate de with Ivy baskets of White Dioli and candelabras. Frank Hatchell and Wade Lang Ston or. Lighted the candles. All girls taking part in the Coronation wore full length White evening dresses. Maidens were Linda Morris Linda Kelly and Dianne Morris. Ladies in waiting were Joyce har per Virginia Anne Mcleod Ann Defee and Vivian Windham. Princesses were Johnny Young Hattie Jean Jones Nelda Belks shoe store 360 pairs women sandals 14 Stylet. Nine colors to choose from. 4 to 10. Now i Conyers assisted in presenting the Georgia Anderson Kelly. Peggy Ann Thomas Truluck and mrs. Lever Anderson and Jean Timmons. Flow program. Mrs. Murray the Mission Book. Refreshments were served by hostess. Lottie Moon Circle Lottie Moon Circle of Sardis Bap isl Church met with mrs. Carl licks. Mrs. Marvin Truluck program Eador presented the program for or scattering Rose petals be reviewed fore the Entrance of the Queens were Mary Beth Mcleod and or. Charmer fashion s Low waisted look for he Junior perfected illustrated by his pretty dress. Gently covered shoulders above wide gathered skirt below nothing Oiler or More flattering pick Gay print stripes in Cotton Nolon and sew it now i Piluru or. Miss sizes 9, 11, 15, in. 13 Lakis Yai ils 35-Inch fabric. This Pat Tomii easy to use simple j saw is it sled Lur lit. Has Coin k to illustrated Insani talons. Send thirty five cents in coins fur this i inti in add s cents Lor cinch a Hern Tor isl class mail inc. Send Ioanno. Adams care of Florence morning news 5, int Lorn dcpl., 213 West 17th is. Now York 11, n. A print plainly with x size and style number children s dress shoes boys and girls values to now i. 2 tables of women t sandals in Gray beige White Pink Orange red and Black Sites 4 to 10. Values to now s2 fes Ann Powers. The Entrance of the Queens and Crown bearers were As follows Crown bearer Emily Defee for Queen Mary Elizabeth Matthews Crown bearer Gene Defee for Queen Jane Joyner Crown Bear-1 r Vernie Tedder for Queen Dean mrs. Thelma Butler co chairman of the Circle conducted routine business. Mrs. J. C. Vassy Dis missed with prayer. Refresh meals worse served by the hostess. Kliszak Tii Gray Circle h Job Elk Dray Circle of Sardis Church int with mrs. Wll or Hicks. Mrs. Wallace Wal Tiri program eader opened is meeting topic mrs. With was Ned a i Yui. The program and Moore gave a devotional. Mrs san Nile Yarbo Romigh gave n talk entitled a skit Nellt cd. The cast was Given by mrs. Ned Humphrey and mrs. Wal Loup. Mrs. R. ,1. Hold in presided Over routine by ulness Tira mrs. Ralph the meeting. Miss Annie Barnes Tedder Crown bearer Sara Alice Cave a devotional closing with Thornbrew for Queen Lana Huth prayer. Mrs. W. H. Hobbs told the Floyd Crown bearer Janice Ann a father writes about Kirby for Queen Mildred Ander and Crown bearer cookie Floyd for Queen Rhett Floyd. Mrs. J. R. Defee is Young peo Ples Leader Lor Junior or mrs. Allard Tho brew s . Leader. Lake City Circle no. 1 Cirri no. 1 of methodist Church Neil its monthly meeting on Mon Day Rifle noon at the Homo of is. Arthur m. Parker mls cite Moore and mrs. Jack Burch As assistant hostesses. The meeting was presided Over by the Lender mrs. H. L. King who was in com rec of nil business. Program chairman for the month was mrs w. Frank Sims whose subject was hands and making during a business hour the who hns served for the childrens sandals 27 styles in red White beige Multi. Sinei 4 to 8-8 i to 3. 1.88 to l one table Terry cloth scuffs White yellow Blue Green and red. Size 4 to 10, value to now 1. 1 table 147 pairs of women hand sewn moccasins in Green beige Tan and Blue. Sizes 4 to 10. Values to now Belk s shoe store

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