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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - November 8, 1957, Florence, South CarolinaWith. Sta. Women Pat Mceachern woman s editor Sandra Nofal woman s reporter miss Nancy Jane Day Speaks to Pat group special to the news Lake City miss Nancy Jane Day of Columbia supervisor of libraries of the state depart ment of education was the guest speaker at the november meet ing of the Pat held oct. 5 at the Junior High school building. Miss Day who was introduced by mrs. H. W. Williams gave an informal discussion on children s books of today pointing out that Over fifteen Hundred books were published last year for children and Young people. She stressed there were Many things to con Sider in selecting books for this age group among them being they should have a positive value i giving understanding pleasure or education and that a Good Book never talks Down to a child. Miss Day illustrated her talk with several books taken from an exhibit she brought with her and the pointed out that Reading is a habit which most children begin this beginning to taper Oil when a child reaches Junior High school age when he does not have As much time for free Reading. She urged parents not to Force children to read but to keep Good books available for them and entourage the habit of Reading. She described Many series which Are coming out today with the same format same Reading level and appealing in the same Way but on different subjects and by differ ent authors. The meeting was presided by the president w. A. Jeffords jr., with the devotional on Faith Given by or. Earl Holloway and the. Rev. W. H. Boyd leading the group in prayer. Or. Jeffords read two letters from students in miss Beth Gowdy s fourth Grade thanking the Pat for the ice Cream they were Given As win ners of the trophy for having the most parents at the october meet ing. Miss Gowdy s room again won the trophy for the november attendance record. Or. Jeffords stated that Friday dec. 6 had been selected As the Date for the annual Pat Bazaar with mrs. William Pollack and mrs. W. A Jeffords jr., to be chairmen of the event. Harry Whitlock and Earl Hollo Way conducted a driving contest. The contestants were miss Hazel Tomlinson mrs. Richard Hodge Olin Powell and Exum Hinnant. Or. Hinnant the Winner was presented a Globe of the world donated by Belks department store refreshments were served. Lake City personals or. And mrs. E. C. Rush will Kave Friday for Greenwood to at tend the wedding of their son or. Richard Rush and miss Jomarie Darby which will take place on saturday evening. Or. Rush is in terning at the medical Hospital of Virginia in Richmond and they will make their Home in that City. Mrs. A. L. Cash will be confined to her Home for several weeks. Miss Rachel Nachman left sat Arday for Washington d.c., after visiting friends Here for several Days. Miss Nachman and her fam Fly Are former residents of Lake City. Recent guests of the Rev. And mrs. J. Ross Johnson were mrs. Berl Jones sister of mrs. John ton and miss Lela Flake of sum Ter. Miss Pearl Turner is recuperating at her Home after an acc Dent. Charles Bailey son of or. And Bailey of Florence has Een a patient at in i Mary. Mrs. Bailey is the former Frances Severance daughter of or. Wie. Severance of Lake City. Printed pattern 4658 sizes mrs. Maude Williams of Green was Here last weekend visit no her daughter mrs. Warren Pendergraft. Guests the past week of or. Anc frs. L. L. Blakely were or. And mrs. Virgil Eaddy of Johnsonville or. And mrs. Brantley Mcdan Iel and children spent the week end in Johnston visiting mrs. Me Daniel s parents or. And mrs b. C. Berry. Or. And mrs. J. 0. Mcelveen were the weekend guests of her sister mrs. C. P. Bayne of Greenville. Mrs. Vivien Cash and her ters mrs. G. E. Beatty and mrs j. R. Bragdon of Kingstree Wen visitors in Charleston last wednes Day. Guests the past weekend of or. And mrs. Cash were or Anc mrs. Leroy w. Smith of Coluni Bia and their Nephew Billy brag Don of Kingstree. Or. And mrs. J. Ansel Eaddy and daughter Polly to were in Lexington last thursday evening where or. Eaddy was gues speaker at a masonic ladies nigh banquet. Or. And mrs. G. F. Stalve have been in Hopewell va., visit ing their son in Law and daughter or. And mrs. Don Raemon me Daniel and their son who was born oct. 24. Or. Stalvey has re turned Home however mrs. Stal vey is remaining for a longer visit. New prints new is the Chino Cotton print to shirt accented with Cotton ribbing worn with match ing print pants. Press views California Spring lines Beverly Hills calif., nov. 5 a the California sportswear picture for next Spring is one of Grill Ian color hew fabrics and of ingeniously con Rived coordinates. Collections of Phil Rose Tabak of California and Zolot of califor Nia were shown today to conclude the sportswear showing. The Edi ors then make a tour of prominent Couturier including Edith Small Rex Howard Greer and Irene. Editors predicted that the Che with its unfitted Waistline has stolen the spotlight so far and will sweep the country by Spring. Orange and yellow Are competing for top sportswear colors with soft muted greens. Other popular mixtures Are blues Turquoise and greens As Well As corals and camellia pinks. The return of the one piece playsuit with the Button front new in concept and is predicted. Pants almost without exception Are slim tapered and cropped just below the midcalf. Collections shown yesterday the opening Day of the press week included those of Alex Colman arde of California Campus Cas Nia. The editors tomorrow get a peek at the swimwear Story for next summer. Sheath news tils scoop neck sleeveless Sheath in sharkskin with pretty blouson jacket of damask Cotton knit will Moke big news. Let s try it by Jackie Williams Carolina Power and Light co Home economist a Good Pound cake is hard to eat whether it be for family or company dessert to have when guests drop in or just to have at Home for your family. And really it s not an ordeal to go through to make one. Let s try it Pound cake grease and flour a 9 x 5 x 3, loaf pan or a tube cake pan. Cream thoroughly 1 minute when using an electric mixer 1 cup soft butter add gradually do minutes 1 cup sugar beat in 30 seconds it tsp. Grated Lemon Rind 1 tbsp. Lemon juice beat in one at a time 114 min Ules each 4 Large eggs 1 cup sift together and beat in All at once 2 cups sifted cake flour i tsp. Baking powder beat just until smooth 1 min Ute pour into prepared pan. Bake until cake tests done with a wooden pick. Cool. Slice thin and serve Plain. Temperature 300 degrees slow oven time bake 75 to 90 minutes set s try it i think you la enjoy it. Tourism note Zanesville Ohio by five foreign girls teen agers from Switzerland Holland Greece and Italy offered this advice after across country tour of the United states american men Are wonderful but they should be More of a Boss in their own Homes. The Hus band should be head of the House j a news the sub District . Meeting monday at . In the Pamplico High school. The meeting was called to or Der by the president and the . Song was Sung by All the members. During the business session a program was presented by lie Pamplico chapter which included two vocal selections a Reading and a dance number. Refreshments were served by the Pamplico chapter. Fifteen members present and Olanta received Silver bowl for having the most Mem Bers present. De Nell a varsity wrestler at Princeton is a Rhodes scholar. Open Friday nights til Xmas h s Cookhouse inc. 392 w. Evans St Dorothy Dix says be sure you re mature dear Dorothy i d like your opinion on my forthcoming marriage. Barney and i plan to e married at easter when we vill both be past our eighteenth birthdays. Everyone says we should wait a few years but we be Een sweethearts since grammar school and know there can never e anyone else for either of us

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