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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - October 19, 1970, Florence, South Carolina6 monday of tobit 19, 1970 Abby says miss Ann Hood feted at showers drop in miss Ann Hood Bride of oct. 17, was guest of Honor at a miscellaneous Shower Given by. Mrs. John Reimel at her Home. Guests were greeted at the door by the hostess and each was pinned with wedding ring favors by miss Cheryl Reimel of Hamlet . On her arrival the Bride was presented a White Carnation Corsage. Three bridal quiz games were played with winners presenting their awards to miss Hood. A Large decorated Basket filled Many useful gifts was presented to the Bride. The guests were invited into Tho dining room for party refreshments which were served from a Well appointed table. Miss Donna Watson presided at the punch bowl. The hostess gave miss Hood a paper rope bread Basket with Matching Linen Napkin. Guests included mrs. Currie Mother of the Bride mrs. Fred Hobbs Mother of the Groom mrs. W. C. Norton of , ., grandmother of the Bride mrs. Pat Pigg also of Char Lotte aunt of the Bride mrs. James Hendley and miss Paulette Hendley both of Augusta ga., aunt and Cousin of the Groom respectively. Miss Hood was honoured at a miscellaneous Shower Given by mrs. Gene Watson her daughter Donna and miss Diane Taylor at the Home of the former. On arrival each guest was pinned with Rice favors. The guest of Honor was presented a White Carnation Corsage and her chair was marked with a Large Pink and White Bow of ribbon. Several bridal games were played with the winners giving the prizes to the Honor guest As Well As an array of gifts from those present. Guests were invited into the dining room. Each guest served herself from a variety of party refreshments. The table was covered with a White damask cloth and featured a figure of a Bride and White candles As a Centrepiece. Mrs. Currie Mother of the Bride presided at the punch gifts from the hostesses were two stems in her in formal Crystal and a Wall clock. Special guests included the brides Mother and m r s. Hobbs Mother of the Groom. Miss Hood was honoured at a drop in Given by mrs. Jesse Warr and mrs. Thomas Gause at the Home of the former. On her arrival the honoree was presented a Corsage com posed of wedding Bells. The guests were greeted at the door and received by miss Hood mrs. Currie and mrs. Hobbs. Each guest was invited into the dining room. The table was covered with a lace cutwork cloth and featured an arrangement of mixed Flowers and lighted candelabra. The guests served themselves from assorted party refreshments. Miss Donna Watson maid of Honor in the wedding presided at the Tea service. The hostesses gave miss Hood an electric Buffet frying pan. Special guests were the mothers of and Groom. Calendar monday . Florence duplicate Bridge club at t 1or ence country club. 8 . Past Counselor club daughters of America will meet at mrs. E. Hub bards 402 Seminole ave., with mrs. J. K. Sherrill mrs. Minnie Hutchinson and f. N. Garner Host and hostesses. Tuesday 10 . Hoe and Hope Den club mrs. L. G. Hiller hostess at the Home of mrs. G. W. Bellinger 907 w. Palmetto St. 4 . Lake City Extension homemakers club. 8 . Ladies auxiliary to vow Post 3181 meets at the Home Post. Hostesses mrs. Betty Mccain and mrs. Pauline Lii Chardson. Miss Humphries feted at variety of parties "7a.fi at imported Gills of Dis Linclon i2i3 Hehs is. Blackmon s studio phone 669-6273 Maka your appointment Early excellent photograph moderate prices. Florence airlines to Charlotte leaves at a. . P. M. From Charlotte leaves at a. M. P. M. P. M. 662-7593 miss Rita Lynn Humphries Bride elect of nov. 27, was entertained with a morning Coffee at the Home of mrs. . Bellinger. Hostesses were mrs. William Cooper and mrs. . Mccrocklin. Upon arrival the honoree was presented a Corsage. As guests arrived they assembled informally in the Liv ing room. They were then invited into the dining room where the 18 guess served themselves Narty refresh ments and Coffee. The hostesses Mats to the Bride were a plate in her formal China from each hos Tess. Mrs. . Humphres and mrs. . Phillips mothers of Tho Bride and Groom were special guests. Miss j umphries was Plimen Ted at the lunch Box in we a mrs. Raymond Richardson and mrs. Corse m. Mccown. Upon arrival the honoree was Dotsen cd a White Carna Tion Corsage. As guests arrived they assembled in a private dining room where the luncheon served the 10 guests. The dining Tab e was with an arrangement of roses. The hostesses gifts to he Bride were a Silver relish d so and a Plale in her Formi China. M a. Hunan ires and Catherine Brown Mother and sister of Tho and Phillips Mother of the Groom were special guests. Mrs. William Bates complimented miss Humphries with a supper party at her Home. Upon arrival the honoree was presented Carna Tion Corsage. As ties s arrived they s sem bled informally in the living room and were served Apple juice. They were then invited Inlo the dining room where a supper was served to the eight guests. The Din ing table was entered with an arrangement of Pink car nations. The Bride s place was marked with a White Basket filled with jars of pre serves made by the hostess. The hostess gave the Bride a Siver dish. Mrs. Humphries and mrs. Phi lips. Mothers of the bad and Groom were special guests. 20% off Sale Lunt Sterling patterns Delacourt lace Point modern victorian the China shop downtown Florence mrs. Kenneth Charles and mrs. Carl worrel1 and daughters mrs. James wig gins and mrs. David prior of Atlanta ga., were hostesses at a drop in at the of the latter in Honor of miss Homo ones. Upon her arrival the lion was a Cor re of White baby mums. Mrs. Wore l in guess and presented them to which composed of the guest of Honor her Mother mrs. Humphries Liim is. Of the Groom and mrs. Charles. Ousts we n i vim i dining room for refreshments. The table. Covered wit i handmade lace cloth was conic Rirl with an of White and yellow carnations and Worle can is in a Silver Operine. Mrs. Pat no m pm Roffan snarl guests helped themselves to an assortment of ments. Mrs. Price and mrs. In serving in the dining room. To e hostels Piff to who Bride was a place setting in her formal Chin i. Ages differ for plastic surgery by Abigail Van Buren dear Abby i have two questions to ask you both about plastic surgery. How old must a girl be before she can have plastic surgery on her nose my daughter is 17, and fully developed and mature for her age. She needs to have her nose made smaller and can hardly wait but i was told that no reputable plastic surgeon would do that operation on a girl until she was 18. Is that True also my Mother is interested in having a face lift but she was told by a Friend that after a woman reaches co she is too old for a face lift As it takes too Long to heal. My Mother is 62, and recently widowed. She is a Good looking woman but her skin is wrinkled. Would a reputable doctor perform a face lift on a woman her age if you think my questions Are of sufficient interest to use in your column you May do so but please keep me Anonymous. A Beverly Hillier Tik Aii Bra or. Eugene Worton also a Beverly Hill ser and a top notch plastic surgeon says that no reputable plastic surgeon Wou d operate on a Girts nose unless he saw the girl ant Felt that in his opinion she was fully a Csc one and mature enough for such surgery. Some some Are not and As for your Mother s Xiv two is not too old. It depends upon the general health and mental attitude of the woman. Or. Recently did a face lift on a 71-Yearold woman who bounced Back like a teen dear Abby in response to the letter from Ernie s girl the one whose Fiance wanted her to Wear a chastity Belt. I sympathize deeply with her because i am 15 years old and my parents make me Wear one. I feel like i live in a station because i have to ask for the key every time i want to go to the bathroom. And you should see the stares i get from the girls in the locker room in gym class Abby i have tried my Best to behave in a Way that would show my parents that they can Trust me but they make me Wear this thing anyway. I Don t think it is fair to be punished for something i Haven t even done. What should i do l. N. Dear l. A when you Are of age you can leave Home. In the meantime Don t Trust a Yale Man a Locksmith i mean and to earn a Little Money in preparation for Leav ing Home try your hand at creative writing. You re doing Fine dear Abby i read in your column that a couple were considering adopting a child to be a companion for their 7-year-old daughter and i was shocked at your suggestion that they take a Foster child for a while to see How it works out. Abby a Foster child is not a Guinea pig to be used As an Experiment to see How it works South Carolina music discussed at club meet mrs. Julian Mikell miss Betty Ann Darby accompany est for three Young singers and the misses Karen Duncan Donna Northcutt and Cara White presented the program to Hie members of Tilie Archibald Rutledge literary club. The meeting was held at the Home of mrs. Claude Dearing. Mrs. A. C. Davis program chairman introduced i h e speaker saying that since Florence celebrated the s. C. Tri Centennial in october the program would be dedicated to it. Mrs. Mikell told How a Small group of English settlers in 1670 ended a harrowing voyage across the Atlantic Ocean at a Point on the Ashley River and named it Charles Towne. As she reviewed the music in this state she said we see it was one of the builders of our Commonwealth Cavaliers settled in s. A. Therefore our music has had the influence of song and dance of merry old England rather than the psalm singing puritans of new she related that traces of English scotch and Irish ballads were brought Over also by these Early settlers. Charleston was a music Center during the Early 18th Century. The first opera Given in America was in Charleston in 1703. The first concert was held in Charleston on april 8, 1732 for John Salter. Many were held after this and were always followed by a Ball. George Washington s journal notes the crowd of Over 400 at the St. Cecelia Ball i n Charleston following a concert in 1789. St. Cecelia is still a society in existence in Charleston and membership is strictly male and Only if his father was a member before him. The Carolina Assembly is the sister society. Mrs. Mikell. Who comes from the Low country related a Story in native gullah. Negro spirituals Are generally Sung in unison with no she said. There is a rhythm slow or Quick which takes Over. Spiritual singers usually clap Sway their body and move their feet most sing in their characteristic dialect and in Sert local names in their songs. The society for the preservation of spirituals is a group of Charleston ans who perform each the Trio of singers Sung Carolina Home for you and i me Carolina place where people Are which was composed by miss White. Lawn Shrub spraying apply dormant treatment rats mice Roaches termites dial 669-3131 Tom entomologist Tom Gressette pest control i cannot for the life of me understand How you a supposedly intelligent and compassionate person could Ever give such advice. Phila. Reader i dear Reader i j suggested a Foster child in Stead of an adopted child Bec Ause Foster children Are placed in Homes on a temporary basis while adopted children Are another matter. Dear Abby a word to that silly girl who signed herself loves hair in and can t think of anything More romantic than running her toes thru the hair on a Man s Chest just wait until she has spent two or three months running her toes thru the hair in the Bathtub houstonian what s your problem you la feel better if you get it off your Chest. Write to Abby Box 6.9700, los Angeles Cal. 90069. For a personal reply enclose stamped addressed envelope. Manitone dry cleaning special Cherokee coir trousers sweaters 324 w. Evans St. Men s suits ladies dresses garments 3s. O t l monday tuesday no extra charge for fast service open monday through saturday add a touch of elegance with. Carpet Over 200 Rolls to choose from Beautiful weaves and colors. All first Quality name brands. Excellent selection of shags commercial Kodel polyester Plush carpet to suit any decor. Compare our every Day Low Price of a remnants at unbelievable Low prices installed including carpet padding installation none higher we Honor Bank cards the Karpet Center 710 phone 662-9263 or 662-5131 South Irby St. Florence s. C. We Are Happy to announce the addition to our sales Force of or. M. C. Cliff Thompson former manager of Belk Thrift store. Cliff extends an invitation to All his friends to visit him at Sterchi s. 142 n. Dir an St. Downtown after inventory Sale close out on. Intercom systems Central vacuum system and All outdoor lighting and All outdoor lighting 50% reduced 20% o and another Zug list on All Stock in lighting Section special appointment by request Murray Mitchell lighting company open . Til . During this Sale Darlington Hwy. Phone 669-5131 Florence. S c

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