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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - October 9, 1957, Florence, South CarolinaWednesday morning october morning news. Florence a c. Page Pat Maceachern women i Uher Thelma Robbins woman s rape Ter pre nuptial parties held complimenting miss Stone a Kitchen Shower was Given in Honor of miss Sandra Stone Bride elect of november oct. 4 by mrs w. K. Eaton and her daughter miss Kathryn Home. Eaton at their upon arrival the honoree was presented a Corsage of Pink and while roses during the evening the guests played bunco and awards were received by miss Janelle Oliver and mrs. H. I. Galloway. Refreshments were served after which miss Stone was showered with an array of gifts. The Host esses gift to the Bride elect was a serving Platter. Among those present were. Mrs. L. W. Holcombe Mother at the honoree mrs. Elmer Hartley miss Anne Hartley mrs. G. H. Oliver miss Janette Oliver mrs. H. R. Galloway mrs. B. Stackley miss Judy Yarborough and miss Barbara Keefe. Miss Stone was honoured recently at a Bridge canister party Given by miss Patsy Polk and airs. Laverne Howie. The hostesses gift to the honoree was a plate and cup and Saucer in her break fast China. Miss Stone was honoured at a luncheon Given by miss Janette Oliver at the Home o mrs. E. E. Hubbard. Arrangements of fall Flowers vere featured in the receiving Oom and dining room. The Horto ree was presented a Corsage of White carnations and tube roses upon arrival. A three course luncheon was served after which the hostess resell pm the honoree a Combina Ion Waffle Iron and Sandwich Grill. Among those present were mrs. Elmer Hartley miss Anne Hart by miss Joyce Gregg miss bar Ara Keefe mrs. L. W. Holcome mrs. H. R. Galloway and miss ranges Stone. A Linen Shower was Given in Honor of miss Sandra Stone oct. 5 by mrs. Elmer Hartley and miss Hartley at their Home. Upon arrival the honoree was presented a Corsage of red and White carnations. Clubs meet in pee Dee Tea and topic Timmonsville special the Tea and topic club met with miss Blanche Rose on wednesday the october meet ing. Mrs. A a. Baker president presided. A report from the District meet ing of Federated clubs held in Pamplico recently was Given by mrs. Baker mrs. S. Atkinson and mrs. S. E. Jeffords. Mrs. Francis Foley program chairman presented mrs. Lucile Mauldin who gave a paper on Flowers and Trees in the miss Faye Locklair Sang a Solo accompanied by mrs. Ralph b. Cannon at the Panio. The hostess assisted by mrs. John Rose mrs. S. Atkinson and miss Virginia served an array of refreshments. Fine arts the Fine arts club met thurs Day afternoon at the Home of mrs. J. M. Buddin with r. J. Han cock co hostess. Mrs. J. Cross Well president presided. Mrs Ned Humphrey program chairman introduced mrs. Raleigh l. Jones who presented a pro. Gram using its imagination the group made an air. I tour to Europe giving names of 1 different cities of importance with during the evening the guests the club members guessing in played Bridge and Canasta and awards were received by miss Patsy Polk and miss Kathryn eat on. Refreshments were served after which miss Stone was showered with an array of sifts. The hostesses gift to the Bride elect was a bathroom set. Guests attending were mrs. W. Holcombe Mother of the honoree mrs. Bill Clark. Miss Bunchy Clark miss Barbara Keefe miss Patsy Polk miss Kathryn Eaton miss Frances Stone miss Jeanne Rodrigue and mrs. Lib skipper. Have you heard mrs. B. J. Baroody has been j sey is the miss Mary Louise Abu confined to her Home for the past Arab of Florence two weeks due to illness. The misses Martha Ann Davis Gene Ducker and Laura Mellette stud ends at the University of South Carolina spent the weekend with their parents. Or. And mrs. P. D. Hay and Percy have just returned from the annual meeting of Ameri can Roentgen Ray society at the Shoreham hotel in Washington miss Joyce Cook miss Glenda Breeden miss Lynne Hilton Gnu deals it Newberry College were Home for the weekend. Miss Bonnie Sapp and miss Carol Bryce spent the weekend with their parents. They Are fresh Man at Columbia College. Or. And Clifton Hursey Hove moved Back to Florence from Greenville and will reside 506b West Evans St. Mrs. Hur Princess dress fall fashion in the 1 o v e 1 i e s i Prim Ess Silhouette so becom ing to Shorter Fuller figures Wiar it As an ensemble or jumper and House easy sewing with our printed Patti Tel 1 re need pattern 4530 half sized 8, m a w4. 24 i. Size in jumper Yards fabric Blouse 1% Yards. Printed directions on Ench Pat Tern part. Easier accurate. Send f1kty cents in coins for this pattern add 5 cents or each pattern for is class Send to Anne Adams care Florence morning news 85 pattern nopl., West 17th St., new York ii. . Print plainly name a Niles with zone Gize Lind style number. Or. And mrs. Riggs Touchberry of Whites one l. A n. Y., Are visiting in Florence with his Mother mrs. R. T. Touchberry. Mrs. Ben Covington is visiting Friend in Washington d. Mrs. Mabel Marchette who has taken the position As student coun Selor at Furman University in Greenville visited Over the weekend. In Florence mrs Elma Hinds and mrs. Lucy Mulline have returned to Florence after attending the Carolina Beauty and Harvest festival in Charlotte n. C., Over the week end. They attended classes under Well known hair stylists. Mrs. H. E. Coup is visiting her brother and sister in Law or. And mrs. Arthur still of Sunburg a. She was called there due to the death of her Uncle. Mrs. Hewitt entertains for husband Timmonsville special mrs. Vernon Hewitt entertained at her Home sunday with a family dinner in Honor of her husband who was celebrating a birthday anniversary. Arrangements of fall Flowers were featured throughout the room. Twenty five guests arrived at what country the famous City was Loc Ted. Mrs. John g. Williamson gave a leading entitled neighbors written by Betsy Hamelton. The hostesses served a Chicken salad plate with cake and Coffee the Buddin Home was decorated with fall Flowers. Bennettsville music Bennettsville special a brother and sister artist team from Charleston Paul Dahlgren violinist and pianist and his Sis Ter mrs. Joyce Dahlgren rams Burg accompanist presented the program for the Bennettsville music club wednesday afternoon in Dahlgren and mrs. Rom spurt have performed with the Charles ton symphony orchestra and Are at present teaching there. The meeting was held at the Home o mrs. E. To Crosland. Mrs. James or Alpine who knew the performers when she lived in Charleston introduced them. Mrs. John May welcomed the visiting artists and their Mother mrs. Paul Dahlgren. And miss Jill Young All of Charleston following the program the guests j were invited into the dining room where mrs. May presided at the punch bowl. Refreshments were served by mrs. Crosland and the associate hostesses mrs. N. Forbes mrs. T. Mccully cropland mrs. G. W. John and mrs. W. A. Collins. Knit it yourself Bishopville or. And by acc have Mother mrs. Mary clan Loa recently moved to Bishopville. Or. Black is pharmacist at dub o s e drug co. David Lane of Radford va., is visiting his parents or. And mrs. Henry Lane. Miss Sadis Muldrow of Colum Jia is visiting mrs. H. B. Wicker son and daughter miss Mary Wil Erson. Miss Mary English and Friend miss Betty Warren of Florence pent the weekend with the for Mer s parents or. And airs. Gene English. Mrs. Ray Wickham and sons of Jacksonville fla., Are visiting her gesture visit Belgrade oct. 8 Ocial yugoslav radio comments hat the forthcoming visit of so Irieta marshal Zhukov is a gesture f reconciliation Between the rus Sian and yugoslav armies. Miss Betty Lowder who is teacher in Danville va., City schools spent the weekend Witer her parents Here. Reckon that the Tea party Wood turn Over in their 2, they Moold we How f of to mint tax Money to cell under priced electricity in other parts of the u. S. A. That s taxation without Corona Power Light co. Hooray for the cake Dorric live to bake a easy does it less than dozen dollars a free evening and a nodding acquaintance with the Garter stitch Are just about All that is necessary to make this personality Laden slip on. Styled in the Bulky manner of fashion s latest crop of Quick knits it is a fashionable foil for everything. Color is the answer to the slip on s changeling Charm. In Neutral tones it is the perfect go every where lightweight wrap. In White it assumes a resort or Yule holi Day flavor. In Black it knows no Bounds of wardrobe simplicity or sophistication. Size 16 can be made of less than eight two ounce skeins of Wool. A rhinestone Pearl or Bone Button is the Only accessory item needed to Complete this easy does if timely and timeless Roll collared hand knit fashion designed to join the ranks of classic All season All purpose knit Wear. For directions Send a stamped self addressed envelope to Pat Maceachern morning news woman s editor or drop by the woman s department. Ask for slip on. Free of charge. Dorothy Dix says couple celebrate 50th anniversary Bennettsville special or. And mrs. John m. Mills entertained with a reception at their Home wednesday evening complimenting the former s parents. Or. And mrs. Clarence w. Mills on their 50th wedding anniversary. The hosts greeted the guests and or. And mrs. Louis Smith presented them to or. And mrs. R. B. Ricaud granddaughter. Mills with mrs. Room with their Lucy Mills. Mrs. J. W. Yates of Wilmington . Sister of or. Mills with mrs. R. B Ricaud and mrs. Martha Reynolds enter aimed at the end of the Long Liv ing room and invited the guests into the dining room. The table covered with a Yel Low Linen and hand made lace cloth was decorated at one end with an arrangement of yellow noon and were invited into the i roses and chrysanthemums and at dining room for a Buffet style other inn an antique Cut Glass Ner. The honoree received gifts relatives. Panel discussion set for thursday the w. S. Lambert the Rev. D. W. Cusaac and mrs. Lucy Davis will Lead a panel discussion on the topic health of our children at the Mckenzie school auditorium. A parents and teachers Are invited to bring their problems to this meeting for discussion. Punch bowl. Mrs. W. S. Crosland from i and mrs. K. T. Crosland presided lat the punch bowl. Serving Sand riches cheese biscuits mints and i lunch were mrs. John Freeman he Council meeting set Darlington special the Darlington county Home Demon stration Council will hold its fall meeting on saturday oct. 12, at . In the Mechanicsville Community Center. Guest speaker will be Wayne i Mack of North who has recently returned to the unites slates from England and Wales As an inter National farm youth Exchange. The Palmetto Home demonstration club will serve lunch follow ing Hie meeting. And mrs. W. F. Mcmillan. Mrs. Lyl c. Weatherly and mrs. Hector Mcleod entertained in the gift room and goodbyes were said to or. And mrs. J. A. Weatherly. Mrs. Mills the former miss Bessie Mclaurin and or. Mills were married in a Home ceremony on oct. 2, 1907. The Only surviving members of the original wedding party Are mrs. Mills brother. Tom Mclaurin and Carlisle Breeden both of Bennettsville. Not Good enough for son dear Dorothy this sum Mer i worked at a resort and met a Young Man also a College student with whom i fell in love. He seemed very interested in me and when we came Home invited me to meet his folks. The minute i entered his i Felt the antagonism there especially from his Mother. I know i m not the most perfect creature in the world but certainly i did t Merit their coldness and anti Pathy. I m a bit More than reasonably attractive i m in Junior year at College where i be made exceptionally Good grades my family background is Good and there is no religious difficulty. I spent a most uncomfortable evening but did t say anything when Nick brought me Home. On our next Date i asked him what Lis Mother had against me. He said frankly and simply that she did t think i was the kind of girl be wanted. Who is the one to decide Vick or his Mother after All he s 23. I guess she would t consider my girl the right one for her Only son. Do you agree Marcla dear Marcia you be made an accurate analysis of the situation judging from the View i get if you feel let Down just con Sider what marriage to Nick would mean. Mom would select your furniture your honeymoon spot and maybe go along for the superintend your cooking and even select your baby s name. Her son is too dependent on her to be a Good husband on his own. Since he can t make his own decisions he s not equipped to Han dle the responsibilities of a Home. Check it off As experience acquired at Small Cost. Dear Dorothy i m 14, and Mother does t approve of me Dat ing boys who have Driver s census. That s the reason. I can t go out with Clay although other Wise she likes very much. Trealie dear Rosalie a Young Man who likes you would be will ing to take you any place on a bus. If he insists on dating with the car i d be somewhat dubious of his intentions. Try to realize that mom does t want to deprive you of fun but the Mother of. A 14-year-old girl must practice and Leach caution. Dear Dorothy at a recent dance to which i had escorted Daisy she excused herself for a new minutes which turned into an Lour. I went looking for her and found her. Coily seated at a table j with Fellows. She was having he of her life. I waited for Ler to return to the spot where she had left me. When she Showe up she said i was t justified being angry she had done nothing wrong. dear . Daisy has Muc to learn of manners tact and the gentle Art of getting along wit people. As parting gift Why no buy her a Book i suggest you Best foot by Doroth c. Stratton and Helen b. Schle Man. Published by Mcgraw Hil t costs s3.50. Ufa Ifa the Best you can buy Merita chocolate richly iced layers that Are Light As air i and ready at your grocer s now american bakeries company doll show slated Darlington special the annual doll show sponsored by the Darlington recreational depart ment has been set for oct. 18 and 19. The show will be held at he memorial Center on Pearl j Street and is under the direction of miss Mary Kollock. Assistant director. Residents of Darlington county May enter dolls which will be judged in Competition. The show is opened to the pub Lic and there will be no admission charge. 24 hours a Day h All kinds of weather we ready to respond to an Call Waters funeral Home the old Elmerj had Leisure. They would curve ship and Pill in into bottle. Hobirt for Oil Cottingham Horwitt of ewer Tow Tel. Dit now serving business lunch 85c Choice of salads meats fresh vegetables desserts watch news for special sunday menu special this week filet mignon French Frt i salad hot bus built across Highway from memorial stadium Over 2000 Yards of Fine Quality run of the Mill the fabrics with a Hundred uses Chrome puns Chro spun taffeta Nylon Rayon metallic Gold Stripe Lurex can be used for draperies draw drapes curtains bedspreads cocktail dresses evening dresses coverlets dust ruffles dressing table skirts drapery linings Many others White Only Yard in Beautiful colors 39 Yard new quantities just arrived widths 44 to 50 inches wide 75% is perfect Quality a balance May have an Oil spot that will Wash out. If bought in perfect Quality Price would be from to

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