Florence Morning News Newspaper Archives Nov 1 1970, Page 18

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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - November 1, 1970, Florence, South Carolina6-b sunday november 1, 1970 a bit personal by ii. Kilgore morning news women s writer mrs. Thelma Calculi and mrs. Ann Mccoy went to Atlanta a. Recently where they attended an area con Ference of the american women in radio and to. Convention. Mrs. Johnson is the director and instructor of a local dance school and mrs. Moody is an instructor. Mrs. Carl Barksdale of it. Lauderdale Fla. Was the guest of her Mother mrs. Frank g. Brown for a visit of several Days. Mrs. Tony Garcia o f Florence recently visited her daughter and her family or. And mrs. Joe Privette in Thomasville Ala. She went primarily to see her new granddaughter. Virginia Ashley who was born on oct. 15. Or. And mrs. M a r v i n Rutland and their children Becky and Gary and mrs. Janie Runyon of Abilene Tex. Were Here for the wedding of miss Gloria Irene Hewitt and Freddie Wayne Mckay. Mrs. Craig e m m a 1 y n Johnson mrs. Anita Moody went to new York City to study for a few Days under the director of the american Ballet theater Leon Doni Cilian and to attend the dance masters of America moved to our new location 157 Warley St. Tropical Florist phone 669-101j or. And mrs. T. Watson Are Back at Home after visiting with their children and friends. They drove to Charlotte n. C., where they caught a plane to Memphis. Tenn. They were met and driven to Jackson tenn., for a visit with their son and his family or. And mrs. T. Watson jr., and children t. Ill Suzanne and Dick. After a week s visit they flew to Kansas City to. To visit their other son and family or. And mrs. Wallace Watson Stead and Amy at Parkville to. Or. Watson is chairman of literary department at Parks College. Before return ing Home they stopped Over for a Short visit in Waynesville n. C., with or. And mrs. Hal Strain former residents of Florence. 1725 w. Palmetto daily 9 to 6 Florence s. Friday Nile til 9 a. M. Florence fabrics Sale now thru sat., nov. 7th. Double knit 100% polyester 60" to 72" machine washable double 100% acrylic values co88 to 6.99 per cd. 60" to 72" machine washable double knit polyester remnants reduced 25% great selection tremendous savings bonded Turbo acrylic values Cope to 4.50 per cd. 54" to 60" hand washable now thru sat. Only mrs. Thomas Henry Page miss Davis or. Page marry in Darlington Darlington miss Gloria Davis and Thomas Henry Page were United in marriage on oct. 31 at 4 . In the first free will Baptist Church in Darling ton. The Rev. Robert f. Camp Bell of Columbia officiated the ceremony. The program of wedding music was presented by mrs. Norman Harrington and mrs. Myra Lowry. The Bride is a daughter of or. And mrs. R. M. Davis of Darlington and the Groom is a son of the late or. And mrs. A. F. Page of North Ern Rhodesia. The Bride entered the Church on the Arm of her father who gave her in marriage. She wore a floor length gown of bridal White silk organza and Klencon lace. It was designed with a victorian neckline Long Bis hop sleeves and a modified Empire bodice. Appliques of lace re embroidered with seed pearls decorated the neckline and bodice. The sleeves were enhanced with insertions of lace and pearls. The skirt featured Floral appliques of lace and Pearl trim. Her Elbow length veil of illusion cascaded from a Crown of. Pearls and Crys tals. She carried a Cascade of White mums with yellow roses. Mrs. James Carroll out Law or. Of Columbia was the Matron of Honor and the Only attendant. Harry Harrington of Dar Lington was Best Man. Ushers were James Carroll outlaw or. And Newton Howiejr. Of Darlington. After a wedding trip to Jamaica the couple will re Side at 6221 Monticello Road Columbia. Miss Allison Floyd weds r. G. Truluck miss Allison Faye Floyd daughter of or. And mrs. Lawrence c. Floyd of it. 6, became the Bride of Robert i Gordan Truluck of Darlington i at 3 ., oct. 11 at Meadow Brook Church. The Groom son of Carroll Truluck of Louis Ville ky., and Lillian a. Tru Luck of Charleston w. Vs., made his Home with his grand parents the late Carl d. Tru Luck and Mary Lee Truluck of Darlington. Robert Quarles performed the double ring ceremony. A annual monday tuesday wednesday Here is the Story of these furs furriers from time to time get stuck with furs unclaimed or uncalled for from storage. Florence steam has been consigned a Large group of new and second hand used furs which will be almost Given away in Florence area. You will have a Large variety of new stoles to choose from in dyed Squirrel and Var ious shades in the natural Mink stoles both in split and fully let outs skins. New fur products labelled to show coun try or origin of imported furs. A Deposit will hold your layaway. No refunds and All sales final. Florence steam laundry 148 Acline St. Florence program of wedding music was presented by mrs. G. F. Best pianist and mrs. M. Deas soloist. The Bride Given in marriage by her father wore a silk or Ganza Over bridal Satin gown featuring a portrait neckline Long sleeves ending a Points Over her wrists a front panel outlined in re embroidered lace with seed pearls. The gown fell into a Chapel train. Her veil of illusion was. Attached to a Pearl Tiara. She carded a White Bible covered with White carnations and Rose. W. P. Dubose of Darlington served As Best Man. Ushers were Robert Bridges and cur Rin Deas. Both of Florence. Miss Audrey Floyd was her sister s maid of Honor and Only attendant. Immediately following the ceremony a reception was held at the Home of or. And mrs. M. Deas. Assistant hosts and hostesses were or. And mrs. B. H. Howle or. And mrs. John Jones and mrs. Gonzalee Bridges. The Bride and Groom both Are graduates of St. John s High school Darlington class of 1970. Final parties fete miss Floyd miss Allison Faye Floyd was honoured prior to her wedding to Robert Gordan Truluck at following bridal parties mrs. H. D. Byrd and miss Judy Truluck were hostesses at a bridal Shower mrs. Hardin Taylor and mrs. John Taylor were hostesses for a bridal Shower at mrs. Taylor s Home in Meadowbrook the after rehearsal party was Given by or. And mrs. Bruce Register and or. And mrs. Ii. D. Byrd of Darlington at the Home of the latter Lees car pets Reg. 7.n now i Adif g finn furl Llort o and cd ptts fort nor Marion Irby St. Main is City s own Florence described at meet club has Harvest Ball miss Virginia Ravenel was guest speaker at the october meeting of the research club which met at the Home of mrs. J. F. Shuman. Miss Ravenel gave a biography of miss Florence Henning Harllee for whom the City of Florence was named. Some of the highlights of her talk included miss Harllee s father president of the Wilmington and Manchester Railroad was elected lieutenant governor in 1860, and was a general during the Confederate War. In 1889, the family moved to Florence from pee Dee residing at the site of the present Library. Miss had Lee never married and described by her Niece As the most modest person you Ever saw about anything connected with time proved that she did not agree with the old fashioned idea that a lady might with propriety have her name in the paper three times when she was born married and when she died. As far As miss Harllee was concerned that was three times too often. She was a member of St. John s episcopal Church she died in 1927, and was buried at Hopewell presbyterian Church at Claussen. Miss Ravenel s research on miss Harllee has been published in the first Issue of South Carolina history illustrated dated february 1970. After the talk mrs. A. J. Van exem mrs. Hector Mcneill and mrs. Mclaurin Burch shared their personal recollections of miss Florence and her sister miss Lizzie. Mrs. R. Eugene Smith presided Over the business meeting. At the request for from the Florence museum the research club voted to give the four seasons dance club held its annual Harvest Ball at Oakdale country club with de Turbeville and his orchestra furnishing the music. Members and guests were welcomed by the dance com Mittee which was composed of the following or. And mrs. Rentz Woodruff or. And mrs. Art Karnuth or. And mrs. John Knobeloch or. And mrs. Vern mines and or. And mrs. Joe Pearce. Or. And mrs. Gordon Dalsbo and or. And mrs. Harry Dicky were welcomed As new members. Among the guests for the evening were or. And mrs. Phillip Arrowsmith or. And mrs. James Westbrook or and mrs. Richard and mrs. Lewis Crocker and or. And mrs. James Parks. Bank employees fete co workers Lake City Palmetto Bank employees entertained two of their co workers and their finances at a dinner party held in the camellia room at Prosser s restaurant. Those honoured were miss Norma Jane Young and Buck Cockfield who Are to be married nov. 14 at Lake City pentecostal Church and miss Adrienne Godwin and d. Ray Matthews whose wedding will take place nov. 21 at Lake City United methodist Church. The dinner table and ban Quet room were decorated with arrangements of Ivy Cut Flowers and candelabras. A three course dinner was served the 30 guests attending. After dinner each couple was presented a number of wed Ding gifts. Add a touch of elegance with. Carpet Over 200 Rolls to choose from Beautiful weaves and colors. All first Quality name brands such As world Alexander Smith trend Cavalier excellent selection of shags commercial Kodel polyester Plush carpet to suit any decor. 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