Florence Morning News Newspaper Archives May 24 1970, Page 12

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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - May 24, 1970, Florence, South CarolinaSonova May 24, 1970 i Arontt Jan noting Fri us the latest creations in fashion on left a Box dress worn by Fay Corn in glowing yellow and a print dress fashioned from a Florence morning news worn by Nelva Hill both of Timmonsville. Models Type dress Box print tissue Timmonsville with the theme of swing into the Timmonsville chapter of the future homemaker of America presented a fashion show in the school cafeteria at 8 ., May 14. To introduce the groups of models different types of dresses were shown. The dress worn by Fay Corn was made out of a big paper Box print dress. Nelve Hill wore a dinner dress made of a red Check ered table cloth made fashionable with paper plates Forks and cups. Ginny Weatherly wore a tissue which was a Sheet completely covered with yellow Blue and Pink facial tissues. Elaine Evans president of the chapter welcomed guests. She introduced the narrator for the show a Truluck a senior student at the school. There were four groups of outfits that were modelled. The first group to be shown was appropriate for school Wear. After this group modelled a variety of tap dances were Given by Sheilia Beau and katrina Crumpler and Kelly Anderson using different musical arrangements. The second group shown was casual Wear. This Assort a bit personal Mildred h. King Orff mrs. Gamble has been morning news women s writer the Rev. And mrs. Ujj. Nice have returned to their Home in Columbia after a visit with their daughter and family or. And mrs. G. 0. Boone. While Here they celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary and or. And mrs. Boone honoured them with a drop in at their Home. About 40 guests called during the evening. The two tiered cake was topped with the same wedding Bell that was used at their wedding and the wed Ding of their daughter mrs. Boone. Or. And mrs. J. F. Mekler and or. And mrs. Jim Mur Rell have returned from a trip of a month driving out and Back to the West coast. They were met in Las vegas nev., by their children. The Murrells have a son David who lives with his wife Nadine the daughter of or. And mrs. Foster Jeffords and Young daughter Sandy in Apple Meklers son p 0 2.c., tuck and his wife Lucile the former Lucile Parker of Dillon and i weeks old son John Tucker jr., Are in san Diego stationed at Miramar air Sta Tion. Some of them went to Disneyland Hollywood los Angeles and Many other places of interest. They came Back by Way of a More Southern route stopping Over in new Orleans la., before returning Home. Teaching this past semester at Alice Burney elementary school. After May 29 they will be living in Kingstree. Miss Frances Lee daughter of mrs. Jesse k. Lee celebrated her birthday on May 18. They have just returned Home from a 3% months stay with mrs. Lee s son Ike Lee and his family in Columbia. Ment included a variety of tunics pants suits and Short Scooter skirts. George Andrews also a students a t Timmonsville High presented his own piano arrangements of rain drops keep falling on my this Guy s in love with and the girl from the next group of models showed outfits to be worn to Church. The dresses were made of polyester Wool cot ton and other fabrics. Some of the dresses were invade during Home economics class. A group of High school girls known As the madrigals then entertained. They Sang i adore being a Good morning and where is their director is mrs. Virginia Hopkins. Two girls modelled evening dresses. Debbie Garner one of the models was chosen miss . She was wearing her Crown with her evening dress. After the show Light refreshments were served by members of the . Girl scout Laws create a prayer to be used at the More formal occasions a dinner gown of plastic plates and cups on a red Check ered table cloth is modelled by Beth Weaver a form Al of Vari coloured tissues on a White Sheet worn by Ginny Weatherly. All models Are Home economics students at Timmonsville High school. Miss Ellen Echols feted at Shower miss Ellen Echols Bride elect of aug. 30, was honoured by her fellow employees of the Eleanor shop. The party was a miscellaneous Shower Given at the shop. Miss Gray or. Longrie wed at Home ceremony continued from Page 1-b Friend and keep eth us from dangerous paths so help us to protect the animals also the Small and insignificant. A girl scout obeys orders. In the daily duties to which thou Dost Call us help us to Bow our will in simple and patient obedience. Help us to remember that our duty never grows less As we grow older. Fill us with love and turn this love into obedience. A girl scout is cheerful. Glenwood Grange has May meeting Timmonsville Here is tomorrow written by Alexander Graham Bell was presented by mrs. Marion Campbell of Florence As the program of the Glenwood Grange at its monthly meeting. Mrs. John b. Carraway program chairman introduced mrs. Campbell. The guest showed slides to illustrate her talk pointing out facts of Progress concerning. The Bell Telephone c o. Through its Many years of service. Prior to the talk Louie Lawrence master called the meeting to order and presided Over a Short business session. Guests were invited into t he dining room for a barbecued Chicken dinner. Assisting in serving were mrs. Aline Langston mrs. Vassey Davidson and or. And mrs. Lee Alexander Host and hostesses. There were 30 members present. God in order that we May bring Good cheer to others make us cheerful. Help us to remember that the world is often full of sadness and needs All the brightness we can give it. A girl scout is Thrifty. Give us the Power to earn our Money honestly and spend it wisely always using it for Good. A girl scout is clean in thought word and deed. 0 lord Jesus Christ give us the Grace to be pure and clean in soul and body. Help us guard our minds. Keep us from yielding to temptation for yielding is sin. Grant us the Grace to Honor our bodies As the templs of the holy spirit. This we Pray in the name of our lord Jesus Christ the divine example. get thermometer deep fat frying for doughnuts fritters potatoes and Many other foods is a widely used method of preparation. That sought after Golden Crisp coating on deep Fried foods depends on proper temperature. A deep fat thermometer is recommended. Remember have foods at room temperature whenever possible. If foods Are too cold the temperature of the fat will drop and spoil the product. Overloading the Fryer will also produce the same effect and possibly cause spillage. Shower honors Darlington an mrs. William Bobo jr., the former miss Mary Dorothy Jones of Timmonsville was graduated from the University of Louisville ky., with a masters degree in history. Mrs. Bobo is a daughter of Mph. Raleigh l. Jones and the late or. Jones. Sauls son or. And mrs. David Sauls or. Announce the birth of a son Todd Delane on May 15 at Saunders memorial Hospital. Mrs. Sauls is the former miss Lynda Carol Bailey of Florence. Miss Sarah Carolyn Gray and Kenneth Robert Longrie or. Were married at the Home of the Bride s Mother on May 16 at The Bride is a daughter of mrs. Sarah h. Gray of Florence and Travis James Gray of Brownsville. The Groom is a son of or. And mrs. Kenneth Robert Longrie of Darlington. The Rev. Claude Hurley performed the double ring ceremony. The Bride wore a Street length dress of White Chiffon with Satin Sash with a full length Matching coat and carried a nosegay of red roses and White carnations. She wore a White Satin ribbon in her hair. The Groom s father was Best Man. Miss Paige Longrie was maid of Honor and Only attendant. A reception followed the wedding in the Home of the Bride. After a wedding trip to the mountains the couple will make their Home in Darlington. The Bride is a graduate of Southside High school and plans to continue her education at Florence Darlington technical education Center. The Groom graduated from St. John s High school and is now employed in the engineering department of the state Highway dept. She was presented a Cor Sage when she arrived. Assorted party refresh ments and punch were served from a decorated table. Approximately 16 guests at tended the party and presented Many useful gifts to the honoree for her future Home. Darlington miss Virginia Rose Vincea Spring Bride elect was honoured at a miscellaneous Shower Given by her aunts mrs. Virginia Hancock and mrs. Shirley Stanton at the Darlington restaurant. The guest of Honor was presented a Corsage of red carnations upon her arrival. During the evening bridal games were played by the More than 20 guests at tending miss Vincent was showered with an array of useful gifts by the guests. Miss Vincent is engaged to Robert Colvinjr. Abby concern self with dad s life or. Mrs. George w. Hill accompanied by or. And mrs. J. Ray Turner and mrs. Gladys Blakely attended the graduation exercises at Baptist College Charleston of their daughter Mary Frances and her husband Tommy Gamble. Mrs. Gam ble received a a in Elemen tary education and her Hus band received a . Degree in business administration. Out of town guests who came to attend the Graham Page wedding were mrs. Frances w o o d h a m of Beaufort grandmother of the Bride or. And mrs. Rudolph Page and or. And mrs. Richard Tumbleson both of Columbia mrs. Carl Anderson and mrs. Grace Blackwell both of Beaufort and or. And mrs. Garvin Page of Lake View. Mrs. Miriam Moffat has returned from Philadelphia pa., where she visited her son Doug who recently graduated from Wharton school of finance and com Merce University of Pennsylvania with a masters d egret in business administration. In route to Philadelphia mrs. Moffat visited or. And mrs. Charles v. Spencer in Arlington va., former residents of Florence during world War ii. Mrs Moffat and her son returned to Florence together where he will spend a 10-Day Vaca Tion before reporting to his Job in new York City. By Abigail Buren dear Abby after Mother died our father lost no. Time in finding another lady to keep him company. She is 36. Dad is 57. Dad also said he doubted if he d Ever marry again but 8 months after Mother s death he was a married Man. He said we would be the first to know if he decided differently. We were the last to know. Don t say its none of our business. We Are his children and we love him and it s very much Bur business. We just can t see dad marrying a woman who is the same age As his oldest daughter. Are we wrong to be. Disgusted i was so Hurt and heartsick i lost 10 pounds in 10 Days. Pat promised he d never see Marge again so i forgave him. But Here s my problem and i used to around with Marge and Mack he s Marge s husband and now i Don t care to have anything to do with them. Marge told me she knew that had confessed everything to me and she did t act one bit ashamed. She s All for continuing the Friendship just like nothing happened. Now says if we Don t keep seeing Marge and Mac Mac will get suspicious and wonder Why. Frankly i Don t dear disgusted i think you arc. True since your father said you d be the first to know should he decide to remarry he should have kept that Promise. But if you really love him con Cern yourself Only with us happiness. . If the age difference presents a problem Between them it will be their problem with dad care what he thinks. Pat says i m being unfair because he and Mac Are real Good Bud Dies now and i m breaking up their Friendship. Abby i just Don t want to see this couple any More. Am i wrong s wife dear wife no. Tell if he wants to continue to be a buddy to Mac he can do it on his own time but in clude you out. And to forget the foursome for the time mrs. W. D. Brooks is returned to her Home after undergoing surgery at a local Hospital. Appointed place at the scheduled time of his execution there weren t Many executions but that is How they were carried out in the Creek nation. Indians Are honorable diluted Cherokee Aurora Illinois confidential to Windy City Don t expect to find an honest partner for a crooked Deal. What s your problem you la feel better if you get it off your Chest. Write to a by Box 69700, los Angeles Cal. 90069. A personal reply enclose stamped addressed envelope. Calendar sunday 3-5 Thirtieth anniversary Tea for Beta Sigma Phi sponsored by Eta chapter at the Home of mrs. J. Gasque 413 Poplar. St. Monday .. Pilow club of Florence at Elk s club. 7 Crescent Fine arts installation banquet a t Camelot restaurant. Hostesses mrs. George Cruickshank mrs. John Hoover mrs. Howard mull and mrs. Carrol Watford. . Private duty registered nurses at the Home of mrs. E. E. Hub Bard 402 s e m i n o 1 e hostesses mrs. Cecilia Tan Ner mrs. Martha Flowers mrs. Elizabeth fallen and miss Marie Hodge. 8 Plant and Pluck Garden club dutch supper at charcoal Hearth Holiday inn downtown. Hostesses mrs. W. L. Winstead and mrs. H. B. Winstead and mrs h b Potter. Jeffords son or. And mrs. F. Deck Jeffords announce the adoption of a son Todd Franklin on May 14. They have one other child Sherri Len 3 years old. Mrs. Jeffords is the former miss Jeanette Brown of Lake City. Greenwood Baptist Church kindergarten Are taking enrolment for 1970-71 classes now s years old Only a t 1 Donna Ida and mrs. Loran Abby my husband being too. I la Call him has been acting kind of funny lately dear Abby to Back up Moody and depressed and Oklahoma i la like that. I finally got him to ask How Many Whites con Tell me what was bothering damned to death could be him. Well it seems he was trusted to go out and buy his feeling guilty about an of burial clothes be fired for a fair he had last summer with coffin say Good Bye to his my Best Friend i la Call her friends and be Back at Floyd of Fayetteville n. C., announce the engagement of their daughter Donna Ida Stone formerly of Florence to Richard Wayne Brown son of or. And mrs. William Jennings Brown of Fayetteville. The wedding is planned for August 29 in the first Baptist Church Sale the Carriage Shoppe 174 West Evans Street wedding gowns and dresses for Momb fort of the wedding experienced bridal cent Tianti Virginia s Alley Acron from poll made draperies labor Width financing Aya Labu it Honor Vankam Ricard Hazel s draperies 301 second Loop Soud Phong or attention i finest Quality s lir lowest i rices newest styles arriving daily. Shop i s j lighting Center h. Want Jove manager 179 a Cai Huu or

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