Florence Morning News Newspaper Archives Nov 29 1957, Page 12

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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - November 29, 1957, Florence, South CarolinaT4 a Page 2-b Tuk Floi Ince Moit Alwg of cos Kluk Jinsuk s. C. Friday mokn1ng, november 29, j967 with. Women Pat Maceachern woman s editor Corner twentieth Century the twentieth Century literary club met monday afternoon at Thi Home of mrs. W. A. Scaffe with jars. Roy Graham assistant Host ass. The meeting was opened a the Reading of x. Thanksgiving poem by mrs. W. M. Ayres. Mrs. J. K Lawton was a gues for the afternoon. The program was a discussion of the education of the youth o our mrs. H. B. Card nor. Program chairman introduce the speakers mrs. Marie gain by who spoke on and mrs. R. C. Wells who spoke on Federal mrs. Gainey traced the Transi Tion of the child s place in the Home and Community from proper place As a child to Competition with adults. She uset iveral examples to Point out Thi inability of a child to take his place in a grown up world without the experience necessary to adjust. The apparent answer to juvenile discipline should be a Well defined orbit of activity within the family expanding to include a Chook companions and teachers and increasing into adulthood. Mrs. Wells summarized Federal Aid As introduced in the Kelly Bill. This Bill was a combination of several Bills and proposed air of three types Grants direct to schools allocation of several Mil lion dollars As revolving fun to Purchase Bonds and advances to construct buildings which could be rented to schools. Mrs. Gardner discussed curriculum in our schools. The school is human institution and As such if liable to mistake but in so far of can be determined each child is Given an Opportunity to find his Niche through readiness tests him in the lower grades. Printed pattern plenty of protective cover for Kitchen chores makes this a apron. For bathing baby Lew apron in splash proof Terry cloth. A sew easy printed pattern see the diagram. Printed pattern 4769 Ulisses sizes Small a medium 14, 16 Large medium size takes Yards 35-Inch. Printed directions on each Pat Tern part. Easier accurate. Send thirty live cents in coins for this pattern add 5 cents for each pattern for is class mail ing. Send to Anne Adams care of Florence morning news 55, pattern dept., 243 West 17th st., new York 11. N. Y. Print plainly name address with zone size and style number. Price Sale remaining it suits fall dresses millinery doors open at a. M. Agnes Boney each child moves from one year to another in his group. This place Niento tends to end with Junior High and his ability shows itself in his different subjects. With High school students the emphasis is placed on either his academic or manual fitness. At the conclusion of the pro Gram refreshments were served by the hostesses. Opt mrs. The november meeting of the opt mrs. Club was held tuesday at the Chicken Basket with 15 members present. Mrs. E. E. Veith president opened the meeting with a Reading entitled the meaning of thanksgivi after which mrs. W. A. Beaty or. Asked the invocation. Mrs. H. C. Keels jr., led the members in a prayer for mrs. Cark Kirk Ley or. Who is a patient at the Mcleod infirmary. It was announced by jars. L. 0. Yarborough that the club had selected a new High school girl to sponsor As its project. The Mem Bers voted to Purchase a tuberculosis Bond after which it was announced that had been donated to Purchase a girl s uniform for the High school band. Mrs. W. B. Tyson or. Read Sev eral letters from High school Stu dents thanking the club for help ing to bring mrs. Paul Whitney to Florence. Mrs. Veith announced that she and mrs. A. P. Skinner had at tended a incr club civic club members were asked to support any move to organize a civil defense unit in Florence. She lated Hie unit has been organized and the opt mrs. Club was As signed the duty or women s activities. Jars. Veith appointed mrs. Ken Stoner As chairman of women s activities assisted by mrs. Yarborough mrs. Harold Tisdell ind jars. J. R. Etheridge. Mrs. Yarborough told of the Dis Ricl meeting in camper and said hat the next meeting will be held feb. 12 in Columbia. She also an minced an opt mrs. Club was or special meeting of the Council. She said All direct Junior class these Winthrop College students Are officers of the Junior class at the South Carolina College for women. In addition to directing the affairs of the class this girls will serve As leaders in assisting the class with Junior follies an original full length production by the third year class and the Junior senior dance. The officers Are left to right tipple Foster of Florence president Patricia Anderson of Chester vice president june Spires of Blackstock Secretary and Barbara Sawyer of Salley treasurer. News service photo Dorothy Dix says she deserves no help dear Doro Triy Dix i m a i dear unloved i Don t think House every night waiting for him. You heard miss Linda Estes mrs. C. D. Halgh and mrs. E. R. Tyner Dau gliders of or. And mrs. J. W. Esles have gone to Washington . Tacoma Park mel., to spend the thanksgiving holidays with their brother and sister in Law or. And mrs. Albert Hewitt. They were accompanied by mrs. Tyner s husband and her son to and mrs. Haigh s son George. Or. And mrs. L. M. Hawley spent last weekend with their daughter and and mrs. Dick Lackey jr., Charlottes Ville a. While on the trip they visited in the Shenandoah Valley drop Over the Skyland drive and toured Jefferson s Home. Or. And mrs. D. G. Young have received word their son Doug or. Is now aboard the uss air car Handy Kitchen tool a Small in expensive saw. For cutting in half packages of Frozen vegetables and fruit. Cream a half cup of Honey with a Quarter cup of butter and serve with hot baking powder biscuits. Rier Franklin d. in ath ens Greece. He will leave soon for Paris France where he will spend Christmas. Mrs. 0. T. Johnson of washing ton . Spent last week with her daughter and son in Law or. And mrs. B. K. Welch. Susan Smith mrs. A. G. Fink Hank Bellamy mrs. Albert Howell Donna Jean Seigel Mary Lynn Sidler Martha Haselden Edwin Coker j. F. Lay jr., Herbert Fields mrs. Looper and Lamerce Abraham celebrated birthdays thanksgiving Day. Birthday greetings go to Peggy Pettigrew and Katherine Pike to Day. After thanksgiving Sale Complete Stock of suits and Coats selected group dresses i of off Forcee with two Small children we live with my Mother. Mother is my changed Radi Cally in the past few months. Her Money has always been my Money she d do anything i wanted her to give up friends pass up dates Etc. Now she hides part of her Money from me. I be talked to her about it but she says i get All the rest and have no complaints. I be scolded and actually hit her but she keeps on withholding this Money. Furthermore she s been seeing some of her friends again people i heartily dislike Low can i convince her that i More than she unloved need the Money does Janizek in Columbia on nov. 20. Attending were jars. Yarborough jars. Keels and Reese. Plans were made for a Christ Mas parly to be held monday night . In at the shrine club. The door award was presented .0 mrs. C. H. Motte. I Ever read a letter from a per son who deserved the name More than you do. You wrote a five Page letter giving quite an in sight into one of the Rolt Enest characters i be Ever encountered. As for mom i think the worm is turning and i sure Hope she dips completely. If she reads this and recognizes your charming self May it incite her to a bloodless revolution. No Mother should be expected to make sacrifices to an ungrateful child who can give no love and so. Deserves none. If Mother wants moral support i Hope she writes to me. I la advise her to put you the House but Pronto. Dear Dorothy Dix i am a widow with two teen age Daugh ters. I would t dream of going any place without them and the boy Friend of my oldest girl 17 is making life very miserable for me. He won t Tell Adele when he s coming Over and she sits in the consequently i can t go visiting or take in a movie. I work during the Day and would dearly love to see my Sisters during the even ing hours. What can we do with this inconsiderate boy Rogerson s Garden Nursery rare and outstanding camellias Highland Park 7446 Bess Cottingham Florist Flowers for All occasions 167 West Cheves 2nd door West of Mcleod infirmary. Tel. Day 2-4501 Nile 5581 Florence open a. M. Off millinery gloves _ Sale begins today Box save on ladies Coats and dresses ladies Winter Coats our entire Stock such famous labels As every coat m1lium lined for Comfort control. And Coats and Coats and Coats ladies fall dresses one rack better fall dresses selected from our regular Stock. Numerous styles and fabrics. Sizes 5 to 15 10 to 18 and 14h to 22 h Reg. To off save on men s suits and Coats men s Curlee suits Fine fabrics meticulously tailored regulars Longs shorts. Stouts. S 50 compare with suits Selling up to Curlee topcoats All Wool gabardine and tweeds set in or regular sleeves. 49.50 Coats 39.50 Coats s29 ,00 select yours now while selections Are Complete buy for Cash on easy Lay away charge account buy now pay next year Belk s Home or better values fiokbnc8, c. A Christmas gift for the entire family hotpoint deluxe family refrigerator 13.3 so. It. Shelf area dial cold control to regulate temperature in refrigerator and Freezer. Full Width Freezer full Width chiller tray porcelain finish Carri color style Interior convenient tall bottle zone 5 year Protection plan hotpoint Range super Speed control world s fastest cooking giant super oven a meal for 24, roasts a 40 in. Turkey bakes 6 cake layers reversible Roto switches turn either left or right Finger tip pull out Cal Rod oven units stay up hinges hold units up for cleaning Bright finish aluminium reflector pans 0 plus Many other big Range features Many other models of stoves and refrigerators to choose from also washers dryers and freezers you can Lay a Way for Christmas Murray Mitchell building Supply company inc Darlington Highway phone 8264

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