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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - November 14, 1957, Florence, South CarolinaNovember Bennett Sivile clubs meet file Florence morning news. Florence. Pages a special the Newi Bennetts Yilli four the Garden club of Bennett evil held their november meetings for Day afternoon. The Duke of mat Borough Garden club met at the Home of mrs. W. B. Moore when the program featured a talk t the guest speaker. Mrs. Dana Crosland. Mrs. M. R. Johnson i produced mrs. Crosland who a lecture on Flower Arran Gln the arrangement for the Atte soon prepared by mrs. 3. E. Dud by was a Horn of plenty Fille with fruit vegetables and Flowers placed on a wooden Lazy Susan entered the dining room which table. Following the business session conducted by the president in Dudley a social hour was enjoyed. The hostess assisted by he granddaughter Lynn Moore or b c. Talley and mrs. C. G. Hit nerved refreshments. Mrs. E. L. Mitchell a hostess to Woodland Garden Clu in Kinney memorial room at firs methodist Church. The program chairman mrs. J. W. Crosland introduced mrs. Dupre Miller we discussed famous Trees mrs. Mccurly cropland vice president presided in the absence the president and Welcome mrs. John Cole As. A visitor. Mrs e. B. Moore had an arrangement chrysanthemums on exhibit. At the conclusion of the Meetin social hour was held and the hostess assisted by mrs. Charle Berry and mrs. E. K. Breede a salad plate with Wolfee Bennettsville Garden met at Hie Home of mrs. Gor Don Weatherly and heard in talk on Christmas Deco rations by mrs. Hubert Odom o Gibson. Presented by mrs. Jam m. Carmichael jr., mrs. Odom Al la started her talk with Nurnbe colourful and attractive arrange ments suitable for the Christina Leason. Mrs. Forrest Fowler Wai Wrt he clubs meet special tace Irwi Lynchburg the Homi demonstration club met at Lynch Burg High school on monday Al Ter noon with 15 members present mrs. Lula Griffin gave the de notional program and mrs. Tyle led the rituals. After the business the beautification chairman mrs. Mcdowell introduced mrs. Lai Mooneyham of Elliott who gave a demonstration on Flower arrangements. During the social Hoar a contest was held with mrs. B. P. Johnson winning the award. Were served the hostesses. Chevis Prosser Hosl tit to the Johnsonville Home dem epstration 0ub thursday after Boon. In the absence of this month fort Cox my millage Tanner were in charge o the demonstration passed out on House cleaning made were by hostess and the adjourned to met with mrs. Bensur Hanna to december. Printed pattern shapely Sheath by Anne Adams jumper by Day dress by night. Our printed pattern has fashion s new Sheath lines curved to Fol Low and flatter your figure every Inch of the Way. Bow Blouse teams Wilh skirts suits. Printed pattern 4758 misses sizes 10, 12, 14, 16, 18. Size 16 jumper takes 2 Yards 54-Inch Blouse 2 Yards 39-Inch. Printed directions on each Pat Tern part. Easier accurate. Send fifty cents in coins for this pattern add b cents for each pattern for is class mail ing. Send to Anne Adams care of Florence morning news 16, put turn dcpt., 24s West 17lh st., now York ii . Print plainly name address Ullh zone and style number. Corned is a visitor by the presi Dent mrs a. A. Drake who pre sided and conducted a Short Busi Ness period. During the social hour following the program the hostess assisted by mrs. Evans Martin served dessert course with Coffee. Lbs Brooks usher was Host Ess to the members of town and country Garden club. The guest speaker mrs. H. H. Crosland pre by mrs. W. C. Rhodes pro Gram chairman gave a review of discussing to Homes and gardens there. Follow ing her talk she was presented a gift of. Bulbs. Mrs. Edgar Stanton s arrange ment of chrysanthemums and mrs j b. Hamer s arrangement of Sleanus were on display. Mrs. A. D. Crosland president presided and led the business ses Sion. For the social hour the hostess assisted by mrs. J. T. Pennington served refreshments. Bazaar planned special to the news Lake City plans Are under Way for the annual Christmas Bazaar sponsored each year by the local Parent teachers Assn. According to mrs. W. A. Jeffords or. And mrs. William Pollack who Are chairmen of this year s event. The Bazaar will be held on Fri Day night dec. 6 at the Junior High school gymnasium begin Ning at 6 o clock. There will be Booths for hand work doll clothes Christmas Deco rations country store homemade cakes and candies. In addition there will be Bingo fish Pond a Fortune Teller and Santa Claus. A poster contest is now in pro Gress at the elementary school prizes to be awarded to those Stu Lente making the three most out standing posters. Chairmen of the various committees Are staging mrs. Wai Ace Williams tables r. L. Cock held Bingo or. And mrs. J. D. Vic Coy Christmas decorations mrs. Lexton Matthews mrs. W. H. Boyd doll clothes or 1 e. Sloan country store or. And mrs. Jim Mcelveen children Able mrs. Leon Whitehead fish Ond or. And mrs. Lewis Lenien cakes or. And mrs. Harry Whitlock cakes and pies slices mrs. John h. Cox Snow balls or. And mrs. J. D. Cook cold drinks tar. And mrs. Jack Matthews cof sem and mrs. Jack Singletary lot dogs or. And Edward of Hillock Barbecue or. And mrs. 1 e. Godwin and Candy mrs. A. E. Toonce. By Dorothy v. Whipple old Alice was in her room dress no to go what out again asked Mother. Is of course who else do you suppose. I d be going Well i would t know. Thought maybe you d Mother there Are times i think you have never lived Bob is absolutely the most marvelous boy a is very intelligent he just nows everything and he s so much in someday i a going to marry of Are you in love with yes i am and there is Noth. No you can do to Stop Alice Dearie d6n t be so Bel Gierent. I think being in Loye 5 the most wonderful feeling in his world. I m glad you re in of you re wonder and Alice threw her arms around her Mother s neck. A min Lynchburg the civic a gue met on tuesday afternoon at Home of mrs. C. A. Vincent. Pamplico personals 1st. And mrs. L. B. Finklea o Semson this weekend to attend Clemson Maryland football or. And mrs. Allen Brown of Colombia were visitors this Weck and or. And mrs. Robert Gregg. Tulip. Beauty exotic addition to next Spring s Garden will be these Lovely White Parrot tulips if you Plant this fall. Like other bulbs parrots to grow in almost any soil and requires Little care except watering. They come in Many colors and Are Avail Able at Garden Supply dealer right now. Plant new Type tulips for variety this Spring Are your Tulip plantings up to Date they May be extensive but unless they include at least a few of the types that bring Brilliant color to your Garden weeks before the usual May flowering cottage Darwin and breeder varieties then you Are missing one of the biggest thrills to be had from your Spring Garden. Long overlooked in this country although popular in Holland and other parts of Europe this group contains Many brilliantly coloured Flowers that Are unmatched among any of the late Blooming varieties. Their greatest contribution to Dens however is their extremely Early flowering Many them be ing a Bloom with even ahead of All but the very earliest of the daffodils. Best known of All this new group is the giant flowered red Emper or an almost blindingly Brilliant red with a High Sheen and a Black yellow bordered base growing about eighteen inches tall and Blooming in mid to late april. Unfortunately however this is the Only variety among the species known to most gardeners. While it is Tulip it is by no Means the earliest of this group and its dominating size and color make it a difficult subject to com Bine harmoniously with either other tulips or other Flowers that can be combined with tulips to create pleasing Garden pictures. Similar to red emperor other Foster Anas Are cantata about a week earlier and Princess a week or so later. Earlier and most useful in the Garden however Are several Kau. Fua Niana varieties which Are now becoming More generally available. Most of these Are two toned with pointed stripes of red or Rose on the outsides of the pet als and thus providing practically two Flowers in one the first when petals Are closed and the second when they Are wide open. These like the Parent species Kau Mannins the water Lily Tulip of ten begin to Bloom in late March. They remain in Flower for a remarkably Long time continuing to open and close according to the weather. Among varieties now available Are Caesar Frank gaiety Elliot and Vivaldi. The Early Multi flowered tulips with several blooms to a Stem Are effective in the Garden am always conversation pieces in Flower arrangements. Scarlet elegance a Foster Ana and Fusilier taller and a bit later will excite both the admiration and the envy of your gardening friends. Johnsonville personals or. Mid mrs. A. A. Coleman r. And Slaughter Mary Alice of Feming Bam ala., Are visiting parents or. And mrs. A. A. Oleman. The Rev. Mrs. C. N. Camp Ell Are attending the state Bap St convention in Charleston and ill return Home on wednesday. Or. And mrs. Franklin Cox Vej Charleston visited their parents r. And mrs. George Cox and r. And mrs. L. B. Coleman Dur in the weekend. Or. And mrs. Coleman Cain and Ildren went to Cheraw sunday visit her Mother mrs. J. W. Akridge. Mrs. J. J. Coleman spent sever Days last week in Augusta a. Having bean called there due to e illness of her brother in Law red Lefevre. Or. And mrs. V. W. Jones and mily of Mullins were the guests unday of or. And mrs. George of. Mrs. W. C. Mcdanlel mrs. Pm lip Poston and mrs. S. B. Postor were visitors in Florence Satur Day. Mrs. Effie Grier mrs. Bure Moore and mrs Yockie Avant of the Good Hope Community were guests of or. And Avant wednesday. Mrs. 0. L. Or. And mrs. Charles Wylie and children Chuck and Vickie re turned to their Home i Columbia sunday after spending the week end Here As guests mrs. Wylie s parents or. And mrs. J. L. Mcdaniel. Mrs. W. M. Larrimore and daughter Mona were visitors in sum Ter tuesday. Or. And mrs. Albert Waldron of Andrews were sunday guests of or. And mrs. S. B. Poston. Mrs. George Joye of Clinton spent saturday Here As the guest of her son and daughter in Law. Or. And mrs. Robert Joye m. A. Worrell and Carol Wor Rell of Savannah ga., Are visit ing or. And mrs. Winston Cox. Lome train ing course held Pamplico the Gibbs h. D. Club sponsored an american red Ross Home training course for even Days at the health Center n Pamplico. Fourteen attended this course Ach Day which was taught by irs. Tee Mclellan. The course included a civil dense training course. At the close of the course the Omen presented mrs. Mclellan gift. Warmer Barky or. And tvs. Raymond e. Walk or. Of Birmingham ala., an Unic the birth of a daughter sigh Ann oct. 23 at the univer y Hospital in Birmingham. Mrs. Walker is the former miss in Lee of Florence. They have other daughter Carol Allison Rogerson s Garden Nursery Rake and outstand in camellias Highland Park or. And mrs. Wilson player and children recently visited her Mother mrs. J. H. Moore at Scranton. Or. And mrs. Anderson Huggins and children Andy and Amanda Gene of Hemingway were guests of or. And mrs. Talmadge Eason sunday mrs. Phillip Poston and or. And mrs. S. B. Poston and their guests or. And mrs. Albert Waldron of Andrews went to Hartsville Sun Day to visit or. And mrs. James Waldron. Sunday guests of or. And mrs. 0. In. Avant were or. And mrs. O. L. Avant or. And daughter Blenda of Georgetown and or. And mrs. Luther Avant of homing Way. Or. And mrs. H. F. Newell had As guests sunday their son in Law and daughter or. And mrs. Wil Liam Mcfadden and son Billy of Kingstree. Or. And mrs. Mike Brown of Columbia spent the weekend hero As guests of her parents or. And mrs. Talmadgo Endon my. A. M. In Gln and children of in mar visited or. And mrs. Robert Joye thursday and a Nln on sunday. Or. And mrs. J. D. Brown and or. And mrs. K. M. Brown and son Jamsey recently went by plane to Bennettsville where they visited or. And mrs. John May Anil children. Or. And mrs. Wendell Brown and son Allen visited her parents or. And mrs. Tom Humph Ries at Prospect sunday. Or. And mrs. Baker Lawrimore and sons were guests of her parents or. And mrs. Finley Newell sunday. Ron Ole Mcdaniel. Has returned to his Home after having been a patient at the Mcleod infirmary. Parent r s love at 16 Ute before she d look As though she could have punched her. Sense of humor Alice and her Mother had always been on Good terms but lately mrs. Woodward did feel Alice was certainly difficult. Her moods like a change of swung from elation to despair Over love. Here is the Only person who understands me. He cares what seemed the most trivial of events however mrs. Woodward made a lot of allowances and maintained her sense of humor. Now the girl was in love thought mrs. Woodward. That was All right. Being loved is a proof to a girl that she s attractive and Loving in return is of being grown up. Both Are vitally needed feelings for a Young fledgling. If parents can see in these Early experiments in the. World the need Young adolescents have to prove themselves it s easier to go along with them. The teenager is not ready to leave his Home yet not unless the attitude of the parents is so antagonistic that he feels civic special to the Newi club meets the president Vernim me Fin gave the devotional program on mrs. Lula Griffin read an article on Celebration of thanksgivi presided. Mrs. R. W. Grit Circle meets Pamplico thirteen Mem Bers of the Trilla Cronk Circle of he it. Efon Church met at the Home of mrs Berry Turner. Mrs. Exie mrs. Rudolph Haines mrs. Willie. Rodgers and mrs. Junior Turner were guests. Mrs. Lulu Flowers had charge of he program god s plan Victori mrs. Rutti Steele led in prayer. Those taking part were Are. John Evans miss Carolyn Young mrs. Kenneth Haines and mrs. Junior Turner. During the social hour mrs. Turner served refreshments. The meeting adjourned to meet with mrs. Irene Flowers in de Cember. A contest was held during the social hour with mrs. R. W. Griffin mrs. Carrie Dougherty mrs. Tom Tomlinson and mrs. Lula Griffin winning awards. At the close of the meeting refreshments were served. Thrust out if parents try to hold their teen agers Down with rigid restrictions if they disparage their efforts to become adult the youngsters Are All too Likely to turn whole soul and body to the their first what happens he wants me to have a Good and by con Trast such a girl feels that her parents want to keep her a baby they Don t care if she is miserable and so we have the rebellion of youth. The woodwards were Wise and thoughtful parents. Alice Felt her Mother approved of her and so she approved of herself. She loved Bob but because he was t just everything in. Life to. Her she could have a Little bit of objectivity to Ward him. Galloway baby or. And. Mrs. Thomas h. Gallo Way announce the birth of a Daugh Ter Dolores Annette. Nov. 6 at the Mcleod infirmary the Galloway s have another daughter Susan. Asthma misery feel better faster try a or. Guild s Green Mountain or come Quai companions class meets the companions Emmanuel Baptist class of the Church Roe monday night at the Home of mrs l. M. Mckissick with 14 members present. Mrs. Peggy Thomas presided and mrs. Elmer Hodge opened Thi meeting with prayer. Plans were made to contribute a special lot tie Moon offering for the project of the month. A devotional on thanksgiving mrs. Catherine Shelly and mrs. C. 0. Thames. Refreshments were served by group no. 2. Bess Cottingham Flowers for All occasions Florist 117 West Cheves 2nd door West of Mcleod infirmary. Tel. Day Nile 5581. Modern luxuriously Beautiful yet for easier faster cleaner cooking Evtif feature you could Ever want i fact Range More automatic More glamorous Man Kew Range see them Toon see Julia Meade on playhouse 90" Peoples co. Florence and Darlington s Public service co. Atso agents for super Tane Servici you go first last. You go ga9f special Purchase brin08 out to hubs decorator in you lamps to by Jerry Corner prices begin at 30" table lamps value 24" lamps Worth largest selection we have Ever shown. Fine for gifts too b Elk s Home of better values China bases brass bases silk shades Parchment shades

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