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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - October 10, 1957, Florence, South CarolinaThursday morning october 10, 1957 the Florence morning news. Florence. S. A Haveko heard the Rev. And mrs Julius e. Clark Are visiting their major j. E. Clarkjr. And family at it. Benning for several weeks. Mrs. M. L. Meadows has just returned from Atlanta ga., from visiting her son and family or. Mrs. M. L. Meadows or. For two weeks. Mrs. Marie Williamson is visiting her Niece mrs. T. B. Haynsworth or Lucille Gibbs Mary Taylor Mil dred Stone and Lyla Mcelveen have returned to the City after attending the hair style show and classes conducted by Well known stylists in Charlotte . Over the weekend. T. R. Barringer Alan Hook Brock Jackie Parrish and mrs. Charles f. Luhrs or. Celebrated birthdays monday. Celebrating birthdays tuesday were Danny King and mrs. Tresco Johnson. Birthday greetings went to Eli Zabeth Melton Billy Canada mrs. Smooth sauces Here is a Vel fity Rich sauce loaded with important nutrients too melt one Tablespoon of butter in a heavy Saucepan. Add one Tablespoon of flour and stir Well. Add one cup of undiluted evaporated milk and Teaspoon of Salt and bring to a boiling Point stir ring constantly. Boil exactly one minute then add Worcestershire sauce cheese Tabasco or any seasoning you wish. Jack m. Byrd mrs. Robert j. Muldrow m. D. Windham mrs. H. F. Dargan and. Miss Jessie Ashby. On wednesday. Helen Arrowsmith Barry Ovin Baxley Garry Owin Bardey and Jim Mann Are celebrating birth Days today. Kennedy baby or. And mrs. Vernon Jdavid Kennedy of Norfolk va., formerly of Florence announced the birth of a son Harvey Lavern oct. 3 in Norfolk. Mrs. Kennedy is the former miss Bobbie Jean Rhodes daughter of or. And mrs. Frank Rhodes. Or. Kennedy is the son of or. And mrs. H. L. Kennedy All of Flor ence this is the Kennedy s first child. Reunion the Davis Mcdonald reunion will be held sunday oct. 13 at Lake George near Hemingway. Each family is requested to bring a picnic Buskel. Page 3-b Hicks leave for Germany Timmonsville mrs. James Allen Hicks and three children left monday for Brook in n.y., where they left by plane tuesday for Simbach Germany where sire will join her husband t. Hicks. They will be accompanied by mrs. N. B. Hicks of Timmonsville and her son in Law lard of Florence. George Isen the Hicks will remain in Ger Many for three Rivers baby or and mrs. B. F. Rivers of Florence announce the birth of a son Franklin Grimsley sept. 18 at the Mcleod infirmary. Monochromatic in shades of Eige and Brown this dessert is a entertaining package 01 marshmallows in one cup of Strong lot Coffee. Cool then fold in a cup of heavy Cream which has been whipped. Natural for autum melt a ten ounce Darlington carnival scheduled Darlington special annual halloween carnival sponsored by the Darlington St. John s mothers club will be held at the Brunson Dargan school oct. .26. From saturday . The carnival will feature a House of horrors Fortune telling games and a country store from which Home made products May be bought. Slipper consisting of hot dogs Coffee cold drinks and Home made cake and pie will be served in the cafeteria. Conway baby or. And mrs. Bill Conway of Florence announce the birth of a daughter Karen Annise oct. 5 at Saunders memorial Hospital. The co ways have a son Don Ald age 3. City club Corner Ellison Capers the Ellison Capers chapter Udo met thursday with mrs. M n. mrs. John so Jour Ner president presiding. The Rev. Franklin Mclellan read and explained the 23rd psalm As his devotional. Mrs. J. J. Corley program chair Man presented mrs. W. W. Black Well and miss Lillian Gentry who read articles taken Udo Magazine. During the social hour refresh ments were served and mrs. D. , mrs. W. B. Mclaughin and mrs. J. B. Smith were welcomed As guests. Korosis mrs. David m. Burns or. I Stess for the october meeting of lie Korosis club Friday afternoon t her Home. The president mrs. W. Covington presided. Dur no the business session at which Ime several important matters were brought to the attention of be club. Mrs. Adrian Reed was Welcom d As a new member. Mrs. D. W. Alderman was pro ram chairman for the afternoon he introduced Aaron Marsh Flor nce City manager who spoke on civil defense in our common he mentioned three kinds of emergencies natural disaster in us rial disaster and military at ack. Told of How quickly Florence agencies were mobilized to handle be situation when Florence was it by a violent Hail storm sever Al weeks ago. Much has been accomplished in our Community to Ward setting up our civil defense but there Are still gaps to be filled. Miss Betty Ann Darby was a guest and played a piano Solo. During the social hour mrs. Burns assisted by mrs. F. K. Rhodes and mrs. B. W. Covington served refreshments. The coterie coterie club met Friday in the crate Sale giant Philco this at wholesale prices Brand new 1957 Model gives you its yours in the crate for Only keep meat fresh Days f most advanced design refrigerator now feature the new zone cold flow meat locker for perfect meat Frahn Esal excl Ulvi in new Philco super Markt Terl Low Down payments convenient monthly payments Philco Bendix eco Namat automatic washers now Only s 15330 Firestone stores 130 North Dargan Street phone 2-1462 look ahead. And you m choose pm i la o with mrs. Lawton Dubose. Mrs. Z. T. Ford president welcomed a new member mrs. J. F. Chap an. Mrs. Fred Hewitt was voted into club membership. A Reading on in Observance of Columbus Day was Given by mrs e. A. Cherry. Jul an d. Dusenbury guest speaker whose subject was the citizen in action needs to was in reduced by the program chair Man mrs. Joe Mcknight. Or. Dusenbury s address was entered around the democratic heritage if voting privileges from the precinct level through the National Evel. Mrs. Thad Gaddy afternoon guest Sang two solos Accomma de at the piano by mrs. Robe Bryan. Mrs. Dubose entertained the members and guests with a Sci Lour. Macdowell the Macdowell evening Clu held its first meeting of the a Eason monday evening at Thome of mrs. L. C. Kuker. Or Elizabeth Keene and mrs. W. D Tyson or. Were hostesses. Or b. A. Lesesne president preside j. A. Grimsley and mrs. J. B. Stacey. Mrs. Manwiller and mrs. Dubose Sang several duets after which refreshments were served by the hostesses. Eta chapter the Eta chapter of Beta. Sigma Phi met at the Home of mrs Amiella Mikell tuesday night mrs. Jewell Simpson president presided. This was the chapter s Model meeting for the new Mem Bers. After the reports of the differ ent committees last minute plans for the Tea to be held sunday were made Tjie committees for the fall banquet were appointed and plans were made accordingly. Miss Arlene Smith read the minutes from the City Council meeting with reference to he Christmas dance and future banquets. Mrs. Betty Clanton gave a talk on her crowning she mrs. Lesesne gave a report the Board meeting in Columbi which was also attended by mrs Lawton h. Dubose. Three ne1 members mrs. Spurgeon Bailey mrs. H. R. Mccroskey and mis Lucy Cherry Crisp were welcomed into the club. Mrs. Mcfall a a visitor. Mrs. G. H. Baker program chairman gave a paper on the life and works of Victor Herben who during the 30 years of his activity As a composer of Romanti operettas left an indelible Marl upon the Lyric theatre. Victor Herbert was born in dub Lin a grandson of the Irish novelist Samuel Lover who fired the boy s imagination and who introduced him to the Rich heritage o Irish folklore. In 1894 he produced his first of Creola which was not a Complete Success but a year later came i first Success the wizard of Thi mrs. Alfred Manwiller accompanied by mrs. Elizabeth Kneece Sang a Medley of Herbert s song followed by a piano duet by mrs h d club news . Scranton miss Donna Fae Hardee and mrs. Eleanor Foster Home demonstration age jts me with the Mhz demonstration club oct. I at the Home of mrs. Elnora Braddy. Miss Alice Johnson let the devotional and mrs. R. H Godwin gave a Reading on Citi plans were made for the care of the new parsonage Yard a Coward and helping with the 4-h Booth at the fair. Mrs. Braddy hostess for the month served refreshments. Center Timmonsville special the Center Home demonstration club met with mrs. Wheeler Atkinson thursday afternoon. Mrs. Ray Yarborough president presided. They club voted to attend the school of nursing in Florence to help in Case this area should have an epidemic of influenza or some other disease where Home nursing is essential. Mrs. Jean Sanderson Home agent gave a demonstration on Flower arranging. Mrs. Sanderson displayed an arrangement of car nations and Apple blossoms which she had made from woo fiber. A Chicken salad plate with iced punch was served. Sardis. The Sardis Home demonstration club met at the Sardis lunch room wednesday afternoon with mrs. Miller Hudson and mrs. Frank d. White hostesses. Mrs. Joe d. Matthews president presided. Mrs. Miller Hudson led the devotional. During the business session plans wore completed to assist the 4-h boys and girls with their refreshment Booth at the Eastern Carolina fair in Florence. Mrs. Ezra Mcgee local Leader will As Sist the Sardis 4-h club on achievement Day in Florence saturday. Mrs. Alton Strother local health chairman gave a paper on importance of health Check up for cancer Al least once a miss Donna one Hardy assistant Home agent gave a demonstration on refreshments were served. Prospect the profit Homo demonstration club held ils october meet ing wednesday afternoon Al the Community Center with the. Presi Dent mrs. L. A. Ilu Unn presid ing a Short program was Given by mrs. Venile Slonic and mrs. Llanna. Mrs Eleanor Fosler county Home demonstration agent was welcomed and gave a Demon Sara lion on achievements for ih6 mrs. Stone find mrs. S. R. Hum Phrixos hostesses nerved refresh menu. Old about various ways of caring or the hair and also showed some pictures of the latest styles. Miss Helen Smith vice presi Dent brought a talk on Beta Sigma after which she played record of Welcome to the by Walter w. Ross. Refreshments were served by airs. Mikell mrs. To Blackmon and miss Edith Lewis. Lambda chapter the Lambda chapter of Beta Sigma Phi held ils regular Busi Ness meeting tuesday night at the Home of mrs. P. H. Arrowsmith with mrs. Frances Beck and mrs Mildred Doyle hostesses. Mrs. Carolyn Palles program chairman gave a talk on invite ions and airs file Lane gave the history of Beta Sigma Phi and mrs. Mar Garet Barefoot spoke on the Aims and purposes of Beta Sigma Phi. Guests present were mrs. Anne Wall. Mrs. Dorothy Porter miss Arol Wise miss Tena Dickson miss Murlene Weaver miss Anne a mrs. Patsy Carmichael and Fiss Ardith Chapman. Refreshments were served. Card of thanks the family of the late mrs. Daniel b. Baxley or wishes to thank their relatives and Many friends for the Leau Laiful Floral offerings and kind expressions of sympathy extended them during their recent be pavement. Her daughter and sons in Law Rev. And mrs. Leo v. Matthews Pamplico s. C. Half turkeys weighing 8 to 13 pounds May be roasted Over a Mound of dressing at the same time and temperature recommended for a whole Bird. That Means a Large half Turkey will bake in four to four and one half to oven set at 325 degrees. The rack in the baking pan should covered with aluminium foil m the stuffing can be transferred easily to the serving Platter. See Penney s new selection of 8irls fall Coats in smart fashion of Snow Flake and Bright tweeds Chat Wood fleece Princess fleece Ivy striped wools Plush pile All sanitized Rayon twill and Milium lined As sorted colors and styles ,95 Penney s always first Quality use our convenient Lay away see them advertised in Mademoiselle 24-95 to 39.95 Penney s picks elegant new fabrics from famous silhouettes from top designers carefully selects every style to guarantee the most flattering most Beautiful interpretations of fall coat fashion for you whether you Wear a misses Junior 01 half size. 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