Florence Morning News Newspaper Archives Nov 3 1957, Page 16

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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - November 3, 1957, Florence, South CarolinaPace 4-b the Florence morning news. Florence. S. Sunday morning november 8, 1957 a Ddee the entire family de Rives pleasure from a Thomas electronic Organ. Or. Strain tells us that never be fore has any Organ provided the musical Quality of the new Thomas two Manuel elec tronic Organ at such a surprisingly Low Price. We saw this Beautiful Organ at strains of music and or. Strain demonstrated its wonderful tone. For lasting pleasure buy an Organ. Not just an Organ but select a Thomas electronic or from strains of music 286 w. Evans St. Every meal is a special meal when you Dine at the Garden Gate cafeteria. As working gals we have to watch our budgets As Well As our figures and we find that the salads fill the Bill in both ways they Are filling and economical. Mrs. Carrie Moore is shown preparing some of her artistic salads for lunch. By the Way did you know that the Garden Gate has the most heavenly dinner menu note to discovery of the month that is exciting for All Home makers this stunning three piece sectional sofa by Kroehler at Palmetto furniture company on w. Palmet to St. Billy Jeffords conducted through his store and everything we saw was a dream this Lovely arrangement caught our Eye right away Kroehler As you probably know uses Only the highest Quality materials and expert craftsmanship in the makeup of the furniture. You will find Many Mph y Lovely pieces for your Home at pal Metto furniture company w. Palmetto St. It s Worth a trip to Span Ier bakery to browse through their wonderful selections of hours Douvres and titbits. What with hol iday seasons almost upon us and we encourage every one to choose their herbs and spices and other seasonings from mrs. Sparvier s Large selection by Wagner. Of course meal times Are always a pleasure when you use the tasty delights from spanner s bakery and Delicatessen 161 n. Coit St. Great guns Hunt ing season is Here. And girls Don t let your husband go Hunt ing without the warm Hunting clothing by Bak at Barringer s. Or. Harris one of the Friendly salesmen at Barringer a modelled for us a Complete Hunt ing outfit including the Winchester 12 Guage automatic shotguns. We saw that Barringer hardware Florence in certainly Well stocked with All the Huntsman or sportsman needs. Porter s gift s h 0 p has the most new Home do go in and let them show you the Many hew and Lovely pieces they have added to their Stock. The table shown is an English antique t i p table made in Northampton near Stratford on Avon circa 1790, of the Fin est mahogany. One of several Beautiful eng Lish Antiques on Dis play at Porter s. Hanson s elegant Rachel and Gold lamp is one of Many varieties of style and Price car ried in this shop. It is complemented by a delicate Pink and Gold filiger e compote. The etched brass tray in the Back ground which goes so Well with old pieces is a Joy to needs no appeals to any budget. The brass and Copper Brazier filled with fruit is equally Lovely used for Floral arrangements or for cooking. Bishopville social when one thinks of hats bags jewelry and accessories one thinks of Julia a naturally. Mrs. Fred Brunsonjr. Modelled for us a flaming red velvet hat and bag set by Sherman. Perfectly matched with a Beautiful antique Gold hand carved Bracelet with a bib of Gold beads by Leven Meyer. Of course the Lovely gloves Are a Wear right. We thought this combination of a Beautiful lady and Lovely accessory Ries were stunning. We saw this vision at Julia s in Florence. Mrs. Robert Eargle Seastrunk miss Starling essay Adam weds Robert e. Seastrunk to sweeten your Ward Robe sweaters whatever sweaters you like the soft dressmakers styles or the casual Bulky models we have found them with Matching skirts of course in the widest variety of Helen Cas Ballon a fur blends and others at the sweater bar at Furchgott s their selection was never better everything that is most flattering in fosh ions. Remember Furch Gott s 28 years fashion leadership. Of the Bells arc ringing for All us gals with special footnotes from our or. From. Or. From of pram s shoe store says the red Cros shoes this sea son Are the smartest looking and fit the finest that he has Ever sold. Pram s carry com plete Stock of the fam Ous red Cross shoes. Visit pram s for your shoe needs pram s 158 w. Evans St. Miss Starling essay Adams daughter or or. And i s. Melvi Delbert Adams of Florence be came the Bride of Robert Margli Seastrunk son of the Rev. Am mrs. C. E. Seastrunk of Columbia. Ocl. 27 at 5 . In the Immanuel Baptist Church of Florehce. The Kev. C. E. Seastrunk father of the Groom and pastor o mount Heshion lutheran Churich West Columbia performed the ceremony assisted by or. E. E. Colvin pastor of Immanuel Bap list Church. Prior to the ceremony a pro Gram of wedding music was presented by mrs. Jerry Aiken Wil Liam f. Almond both of Florence and Malcolm Richardson of Dar Lington soloists and mrs. Hughes White organist. Charles Edward Seastrunk of Columbia brother of the Groom was Best Man. Usher groomsmen were Churchill Adams of Flor ence brother of the Bride Delano Ricard of Columbia and Edward Seastrunk of West Columbia Bro ther of the Groom. Miss Mary Ann Seastrunk Sis or of the Groom was maid of Lonor. She wore a floor length dress of Turquoise Crys Talette and Nylon net. The fitted bodice was made of horizontal pleats of cry St Letle with inserts of net in off shoulder design with Liny puffed sleeves of net. The full underskirt of taffeta was topped by frills of Nylon net in three tiers. In Hie Jack a Large Bustle of Crystal Elte fell in a wide Streamer to the floor. She wore a picture hat of Turquoise net with a velvet band. She also wore White gloves gift of the Bride and carried a Lacy Basket of better time Pink Rose buds. Bridesmaids were miss Sylvia Ashley miss Janice Bridgers miss Carolyn Hatchell miss Moris Lamb miss Sherrelle Humphries Oil of Florence and miss gwm Adams of Lugoff Cousin of the Bride. Their dresses were Fash dined like that of the Honor attendant s in Aqua. Master Bob Stewart Hepburn Cousin of the Bride was ring Caf the Bride Given in marriage by her father wore a floor length gown of White Cathedral Satin Chan Tilly Lave and tulle. The fitted Bod ice of lace was buttoned in the Back with a Row of tiny covered buttons. The Low sweetheart line in front was featured by a tucked tulle Yoke and was out lined with a double tulle frill stitched with seed pearls and the Long lace sleeves ending in Points Over the hands. The full hooped Salin skirt had a half skirt of lace with two Points in front and Back and ended in a full length train. She wore a single strand of pearls gift of the Groom and carried a while Bible with a cover of Chan Lilly lace and tulle topped with White purple throated Orchid Tiec with streamers and showered wit tuberose. Immediately following the Cere Mony a reception was held at the Home of the Bride s grandparents or. And mrs. C. M. Parrott. The guests were greeted by mrs Frankie Pairott and then introduced to the receiving line. Mrs. M. Mcfarland presided Al he Register. The cake was server by mrs. Mae Evans and mrs. Guy Atkinson presided at the punch bowl. The table was entered with an arrangement of Flowers flanked with four candelabra. Otters assist no in serving were airs. Roger Cook. Mrs. Malcolm irs. Kenneth Lee and mrs. Re us Inanna. Miss Emily Brothers Del mrs. Clement Hepburn were cling hostesses. Goodbyes were said to or. And irs. Pele Mitchell. The Bride s going away costume ohs sled of a Blue British a Tweed Stilt Black Subtle shoes and bag White fur hat and while laves. She wore All Orchid which Given to her by the Groom he couple took a Welfl Ling trip o Virginia after which they will Eside in feb Fence. The Bride was graduated from Mcclenaghan High school add has Een employed by Aiken t co. In Ibi Eyce the Groom was graduated Froff Newberry Coll cafe and was a Mem or of the Phi Tail fraternity. He show employed by s. H. Kress c co. Out of town in t she Lovely we think she is a Little doll and would t you know this Lovely Little girl is wearing an outfit from the Miriam Frances shop Faith Jonos is Fino deling a Black Velve teen coat and Jubilee fashion Miriam and Frances buy strictly from the Trade that knows and wants Quality and High style in Chil Dren s Wear. Or. And mrs. Jack Kelley and their children Rioh and David of Atlanta ga., spent last week end with her motliei1, mrs. John Maceachern. Mrs. C. C. Jeter of Columbia and mrs. H. M. Jordan Are visit ing their Mother mrs. Elizabeth Wilson. Or. And mrs. Foster Cal cart and children of Griffin n.c., Afa i Siling his Mother mrs. T. A. Cathcart and her mrs. John s. Baskin. Mac Mcelveen of Presby Terian College Maxton n.c., spent the weekend with his parents mayor and mrs. G. H. Me Eiveen. Or. And mrs. W. Ii. Fonss and three children visited their rela Tives in Hartsville sunday. Miss Harriet Brodie teacher in the Beaufort schools spent the weekend Wilh her Mother mrs. Nell Brodie. Or. Arid mrs. W. N. Epps of Spartanburg visited recently Wilh her parents or. And mrs. R. W. Mcculcheon. Guests were from Columbia Orangeburg Lancaster Jucoff Prosperity Waycross a. Spartanburg Sumler kure Beach v.c., Myrtle Beach Newberry Woodruff Henderson n.c., Lees Chapin and North Charleston. Elling is Poitr business. 3emonstrating typewriters n our Csincsi. Servicing or Busic ices. Typewriter that s Why we recommend the new Gray magic Royal Tankard typewriter in portable ize i we know its exclusive feature Icah easier faster typing of you and longer trouble free use top in today i ask about Frt if easy Aymett plan and our Liberal tade in allowance. Baker typewriter co. Your exclusive Hoyal dealer Tarli Horton in Larbin acid Dillon Obtiz tics. South Irby is. Dial 5622 he schedule Mon. Nov. 4 Wallace Gregg 4-h, Eben Czar 4-h, . . Nov. 5 Scranton 4-it, Mill i1dc. . Wilh Alice Johnson . Hor Liru plural at Leinson. Wed. Nov. C Vox 4-h. Cily or. I 4-Ji, pros Peel hic mrs. D. K. Eaddy hostess. Sardis hic. P. In. Mrs. James Henry Mcelveen hos Tess. Horticulture training at Lumson. Tii Urs. Nov. 7 Pamplico of. 4-h Hannah or. And or 4-h johhsonvi1li hic . Mrs. Chevis Prosser Hiitt Ashure training at Clemson. Fri. Nov. 8 Ola la or. And or. 4-11, Timmonsville Oul Side 4-11 . Sat. N of s Florence Markd radio we my Holiday baby or. And mrs. John James Holly Wilny or. 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