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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - November 21, 1957, Florence, South CarolinaI 4-b pc i with. Women Pat Maceachern woman s editor Sandra Nofal woman s reporter thursday . Acres Garden dub with Fri. A of. Bray j431 Jackson ave. 3 pin. _ carders Bazaar with mrs. A j. Rainwater jr., Wentworth or. . West Haven Garden club wit i mrs. W. A. Scalf 1208 Jackson ave. Wilh Fri Vernon Lee hostess. Calendar 7. . . Mrs. E. E. Hub 8 . Ebenezer Home and Garden club Al Cam Sunlly Center. Remember covered dish sapper auction Gale. 10-15 am. Mcleod in tinny auxiliary at Florence museum. With mrs. John Hunter and mrs. D. J. Or incr. To Steps . . To the b. Of r.t., with mrs. E. It. Benton 503 s. Graham St. Haveko heard or. And mrs. Frank Doria have arrived from Roselle n.j., to spend sometime with or. And mrs. R. L. Hicks. John Revell and mrs. W. F. Hoi Combe and son Hugh spent last weekend in Greenville with mrs. Holcombe s daughter mrs. Charles Howard. Miss Eunice Durant daughter of or. And mrs. A. L. Durant of Clemson has been named in who s who in american colleges. Miss Durant is a 1954 graduate of me Clenaghan High school and is now a senior at Meredith College in Raleigh . Or. And mrs. Foster Jeffords Are celebrating their anniversary today. F Charles h. Motte mrs. Maxey p. Nolen and mrs. Jack. Wright Are celebrating their birthdays to Day. Or. And mrs. Dan Mceach Ern went to Raleigh ., Mon Day to attend the Campbell Funer Timmons Viii circles meet special to the news timmonsv1lle the Young woman auxiliary of the Baptist Church met with mrs. T. Belts co Leader for the meeting and presented a program on world mis those participating on the program were the misses Arnold Wade Marjorie Vallillo Lendon and Joyce belts. Mrs. R. Patten Lead add some Basil leaves from your Garden and some celery tops to Tomato juice and refrigerate Over night. Remove Basil and celery and serve very cold. Pennels _ come save As we make room for Santa reduced women s fall and Winter Coats sizes 10 to 20 Tweed Wool Martinique great polished Blacki Wool and Cashmere suedes Wool and orlon Plush reduced one group of men s Wool suits special men s wrinkle resistant gabardine Slacks sizes 29 to 47 Rayon acetate Sheen pleased front Roomy Pockels cuffed booms. Reduced one group of boys suits special boys University Stripe double reinforced with Heel and toe reduced men s dress shoes 588 Dror ii v reduced Beautiful Viscose Rayon scatter rugs special men s White Cotton handkerchiefs Satin carded Border q b first Quality. Reduced tarnish resisting silverware Chest Home for a set mahogany finish. Reduced girls Fine Cotton fall selection All sizes 3 to 14 and reduced All girls fall and Winter Coats reduced girls better All purpose Coats q88 some with new toggle front and hoods. Sizes 7 of 14 sizes 4 to 14 tweeds checks fleeced reduced women s better fall dresses assorted fabrics Siers 10 to reduced better fall dresses Sci Sites 8 to 14 assorted Stylet and fabrics special misses Fine Cotton tailored blouses sizes 32 to 40 assorted styles and colors visit Penney s to land bargain basement of store or taught the first chapter in the Mission Book something mrs. Belts served refreshments. The Martha Franks Circle of the Sardis Baptist Church met with mrs. Vernon Floyd. Mrs. David Johnson program Leader used for her topic wit Nessing for Christ and for the devotional she talked on launch out into the mrs. Liston Langston read a poem entitled a place of ser others assisting in the pro Gram were mrs. Carl Hicks mrs. Joe d. Matthews and mrs. N. B. Hicks. Mrs. S. L. Yarborough Circle chairman presided. Refreshments were served by he hostess. Thirteen members and three visitors were present at the Neal Ping Circle of the Sardis Baptist Hirch which met with mrs. Foser Hill for the november meet no. Mrs. J. Program Lead a gave a Devot Onad Reading and irs. Hardee offered prayer. Others assisting with the pro Gram were mrs. James r. Govro and mrs. George l. Ham. Miss Dian Hill Sang a Solo. Mrs. Lonnie Anderson Circle chairman presided during the business session. Refreshments were served at he conclusion of the program. Dorothy Dix says she s everyone buddy but nobody s Best girl dear Dorothy Dix i d like to enlist your Aid for the Benefit of a dear Friend of mine. Let me draw you a picture of Rosanne. She s 26, an a wonder Ful sense of humor concocts de Licious meals is a magnificent hostess Well liked by everyone vet she does t have a Friend nor does there seem to be a Prospect of one. Everybody Calls on her in time of trouble and her chief Delight seems to be in help ing others. Roxanne in t a pretty girl but she has so Many other assets that i m sure there must be some Way. For her to meet a Man. Have you any suggestions Hannah dear Hannah unfortunately _ for themselves and the peo ple for whom they could create wonderful Homes the world is full of Roxanne. Look around you. I m sure you can spot other girls Home Loving adept in Domestic arts Able to get along with All sorts of people except Prosper live husbands. Thoy Aren t the Type to travel in circles where masculine company is plentiful they Don t go to dances unescorted nor do they spend several weeks salary pursuing men at resorts. They just do their jobs accept their place As peace makers trouble shooters and arms of. Refuge. Often they do marry perhaps a Little later than most girls but when they Are discovered by a discerning male a Happy Union is practically guaranteed. No Hannah i m afraid 1 dont have any suggestions for Roxanne. Since you and her other friends want to be of help the Best i can come up with is that you Herd As Many eligible men As possible and have them meet Roxanne. The rest is up to her. Dear Dorothy Dix what do you do with a sister in Law who is forever bragging about How much housework she does and How fast her House is cleaned and How much better she can do any thing than anyone else in Law dear bothered pity the poor thing for the boredom of her single interest existence. No subject is As Boring to others As an account of one s daily housework. Who cares How Many tablecloths you ironed we see enough i that on daytime television. Lister As a Good in Law must but spend As Little time with her As possible. Dear Dorothy Dix be cause my 18-year-old sister won l help with our plans Mother has refused permission to let me have a Sweet sixteen party. Lisa dear Lisa have a heart to heart talk with and Tell her you re perfectly capable of plan Ning your own party without Sis Ter s help. Then Send me a Large self addressed envelope stamped with 6 cents postage asking for a Booklet entertaining made this will Tell you How to plan a very simple party that you could easily handle alone. Dear Dorothy Dix i have been married three times but never found a husband i could live with peaceably. Not Long ago i met another Man 1 like. He seems very . Should i try my Luck again Bessie u dear Bess marriage is rather More than question of Luck. Since you be had such a bad run at the wheel Don t you think you should use a More dependable system love loyalty and consideration for instance. Send your problem to Dorothy Dix. Be sure to enclose a stamped self addressed envelope arid address her care of this newspaper. Student movement discussed Johnsonville much was Learned about the methodist Stu Dent movement of the woman s division of Christian service at the november meeting of the Nan Nie Erwin society of Christian service of the old Johnsonville. Methodist Church. The meeting was held at the Church wednesday afternoon with mrs. J. L. Mcdaniel presiding in the absence of president mrs. Walter j. Baxley. Mrs. W. L. Hanna spiritual life Secretary gave the devotional. Mrs. Mcdaniels was assisted by mrs. Lavern Cox mrs. Leray hucks mrs. A. G. Lewis miss Fleta Avant. And mrs. S. B. Poston in presenting the program Christ on the the methodist Church has More than 125 colleges and universities in this country and around the world and 162 Wes Ley foundations at state and inde pendent universities where the pro Gram of the Church is presented. All together the methodist Church has worked on Over 500 campuses. Over students from other lands study in the United states. During the business session a financial report was Given by mrs. S. B. Poston plan were discussed for a Barbecue supper in de Cember. Lake City. Club meets Lake City the november meeting of the Azalea Garden club was held at the Home of mrs. P. Brown co hostesses be ing mrs. K. L. Mcelveen and mrs. Willie Lynch Iii. Mrs. Mcelveen presided in the absence of the president mrs. Clifton Weaver. Following the general order of business the meeting was turned Over to mrs. Brown program chairman who introduced mrs. Cleo Young of Timmons Viii guest speaker for the afternoon. Mrs. Young gave a talk on dried arrangements the materials used and their preparation. She Illus j rated her discussion with several i arrangements she had made using i materials and containers collected i from trips in the United states i made by her and her friends. I guests for the meeting were mrs. J. H. Truluck of Lynchburg mrs. E. M. Hicks of p c. Brown jr., of Harrogate Tenn. And mrs. Murray Mclen Don. The hostesses served a salad course Wilh desert during the so Cial hour. Flower show begins soon general show chairman Stoney Jackson and co chairman or. John Hunter and j. L. Duffell appointed the following committee chairman for the men s Garden club of the pee Dee camellia show nov. 23 and 24 from 8 . To 12 . At Timrod Park swim Ming Pool building. Staging Herbert Yopp Hospital ily. Frank Brown and de Filipiak entry and placing Gordon Byrce and Jessie Flowers judg ing Lonnie Leitner publicity Fred Mcgee and cleanup Henry Dick Man. The weather forecast is for perfect camellia grooming weather and this will result in one of the est fall shows Ever staged in Florence. There Are about 75 Early looming camellia Japonica and 30 camellia Sasa qua varieties grown n this area. Daika Gura Debutante Joshua e. Youtz lady Clare Yoh ii Hak september Are Jishi Emmette Barnes French Imperator White Empress. Kiku Toji James h. Porter and Lila Rosa seem to predominate. Everyone is urged to enter blooms in the show if they have Only one Bloom or dozens. Birthday celebrated is. To the news or. Ami mrs. Leonard Jeffords entertained at a Weiner roast monday after noon at their Home in Honor of their son Gary who celebrated his 10th birthday. Ten boys were invited out on the Back Lawn. After everyone finished eating cake and drinks were served. Gary received Many gifts from his friends. Timmons Viii personals t1mmonsv1lle Laurie Jordan or. Of Rob infield air Force base Macon ga., spent the week his parents or. And mrs. Jaurie w. Jordan. Mrs. W. J. Cook of Harf let ., spent the weekend with her parents or. And mrs. W. Cole. Mrs. S. Teachey of Florence spent sunday with or. And mrs. Mack b. Anderson and mrs. Van d. Hobbs. Miss Naomi Harper of Columbia spent the weekend with her parents or. And mrs. George dhar per. Or. And mrs. Earl Brooks of Sumter spent sunday with mrs. J. De Anderson. Mrs. J. F. Hawkins spent the weekend in Spartanburg where she was a guest of her daughter miss Susan Hawkins student at con verse College. Or. And mrs. Claude Ervin Lang Ston of Walterboro spent the week end with his parents or. And mrs. Liston Langston. Or. And mrs. J. R. Mellette spent the weekend in Spartanburg where they visited their son j Lamsey jr., student at Wofford College. The Rev. And mrs. Elbert h. Lardin returned to their Home at Ridgecrest n. C., after spending a week Here where the Rev. Liar Din was the guest minister for revival meeting at the Sardis Bap is Church. Or. And mrs. X. B. Ward and mrs. Jinn Ward of Evergreen visited relatives sunday. Or. And mrs. Bryan Blackwell of Hartsville visited friends hero during the weekend. Visiting friends sunday were or. And mrs. Bill Rogerson of George town mrs. Sadie Rogerson and mrs. Laurie s. Rogerson of an Drews. Mrs. Monroe Hill of Carlers Volls spent the weekend with mrs. Fur Man Hill. Mrs. Morgan Sprott and two Chil Dren of Janson Beach fla., Hava arrived to spend a few weeks with tier parents or. And mrs. . Moore. Or. And Mia. Sidney Carter of Lake City spent sunday with her parents or. And mrs. Claude Cole. Or. And mrs. George Dewey Yar Borough or. Of Timmons Viii entertained a number of guests at their Home saturday evening with a bar Becue dinner. Guests included the Rev. And mrs. Billy Morris or. And mrs. Dewey Yarborough or. And mrs. Floyd Howell and Chil Dren or. And mrs. T. J. Tolson and sons Mike and Dick or. And mrs. Allen Tolson and children and miss Judy Saverance. Johnsonville personals circles meet in Pamplico special to the news Pamplico the Neal Young Circle of the first Baptist Church met at the Home of mrs. M. R. Cusack on tuesday afternoon with 12 members present. Mrs b. G. Harris Circle Leader presided. Re ports were heard from the Community missions chairman and the prayer prayer was be the first week of december. Mrs. Blanche Coleman program chairman presented the program helping the youth to hear god s mrs. Frank Smith and son Mark mrs. Myrl Hyman mrs. J Eadon of los angles calif., have mrs. George Livingston of a Luda is visiting her son in Law and daughter or. And mrs. K. N. Huggins. Pvt. And mrs. Joseph Bolyn of fort Gordan ga., spent the armistice Day weekend As guests other parents or. And mrs. Leon Thompson. Mrs. Sam Altman spent Friday night with her parents or. And mrs. Pete Prosser in the Vox Community. J. L. Mcdaniel entered the med ical College Hospital in Charles ton wednesday for examination and treatment. Or. And mrs. 0. L. Avant or. Mrs. Willie Dennis has return d to her Home in Johnsonville after spending the past week Here with or son in Law arid daughter or. And mrs. Phillip Poston. Mrs. Lenair Altman of Columbia was the weekend guest of her Mother mrs. Lenora Huggins. Mrs. John gaster and mis. Brice gaster were visitors in Flor nce monday. The weekend As guest of his parents. M. H. Cusack and mrs. B. H. Finklea assisted. Refreshments were served by the hostess. The Margaret Richardson Circle of the first Baptist Church met at the Home of mrs. J. R. Comp Bell tuesday afternoon Wilh _12 members present. Mrs. Eunice Lane presided in the absence1 of mrs. W. W. Kennedy Circle Lead Charlie suffers uneasy bladder such comm in Tell no m unwise Atli it or Drin Lnu be of mild Lul annoying Irr Tattoni Namki hts you fed Malm and and if Kiltsi Elf flu of Atli lure unit uck Clit or thu ocular Adim till Dua to or ctr ton Ilvin or Crio tonal uplift and diff to your Liery Don t try Donn i Pilu. Rills bkt0 three Oulu none la bite Waji for Flur speedy return to Comfort. I they Ealnar to Othlar effect on blot ddts . A a on info clone Buck Nehf . Mfr blur a fins. 3-a Worter Fullr mild do Cutie action thru tin Undine output of the 15 Milf of a intr fan. Of Tollif imm. Auk for Riff Urc. Wynn mar Mon y. T today i arrived Here to spend the month of november with her parents or. And mrs. Talmadge Eadon. Miss Vera Thompson has resumed her studies at the Baptist Hospital in Columbia after spend ing ten Days Here with her parents or. And mrs. Leon Thompson while she was confined to her bed with the flu. Or. Mrs. W. W. Coleman program chairman presented the program helping the youth to hear god s she stressed the responsibility of the Christian ail till and their influence in the lives of today s youth. Mrs. K d. Gregg read on or Lilc the Auto biography of a ten dolby devotional was Given by Vinson a nines. A salad course with Coffee was served by the hostess. Flowers for All occasions 167 West Cheves 2nd door West of infirmary Bess Cottingham Aorist form Are. Tel. Ihor Nile 5m1 miss Grace Perry was a visitor in Florence wednesday. Mrs. John Lewis gaster is a patient Al the Infirri Inry or. And mrs. Mike Brown re turned to their Home in Columbia sunday after spending the week end As guests of her parents or and Kadon. Mrs. K. N. Huggins recently visited relatives in Saluda. Mrs. Charles Wylie anti children Chuck and Vickie have returns to their Home in Columbia in to spending several Days with Hai parents or. And mrs. J. L. Me of Anil. Or Mai pc bus m. Smoa1 and daughter Cindy of Ridgeville in. And mrs. Bobby Avant and Aughter Kathy and or. And irs. Howan and children Getty Lee and Hal All of George own were sunday guests of or. And . L. Avant. Miss Edna Mcdaniel and an Drew Mcdaniel returned to co Umbria sunday after spending the weekend Here with their parents and mrs. W. Mcdaniel. Musical Art club meets the musical Art club held it s november meeting saturday after noon aftic Home of mrs. W. D. Harper with mrs. A. L. Harsce co hostess. Mrs. B. H. Fen reon or. Presided. Following the business session kiss Bettie Ann Darby program chairman for the afternoon Dis cussed the major forms in music. The Structure of the theme Wilh variations was explained and illustrated Wilh fragments from andante with variations by Mendelssohn. Miss Darby played the composition in it s Tel rely. Tiro sonata Allegro and concerto forms were explained after which Lola Dickman played so Nata in d major for violin by Bri Hoven accompanied at the by mrs. Henry Dick Man. A dual. Theme from piano concerts in a minor by Schumann was pm nod by mrs. Charles Cottingham and mrs. B. Or. Guests for the nil croon were mrs. Marion , mrs. .1. A. Shi. Mrs thud Guldy Nanri mrs Jennings Blockmon

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