Florence Morning News Newspaper Archives Oct 27 1957, Page 16

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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - October 27, 1957, Florence, South CarolinaF age 6-b the Florence morning news Florence 8. Sunday morning october Many attend Cha meeting the first Tounley meeting of the future Honi makers of America was held oct. 16 in the Green sea High school auditorium at . The Tola present at the meet ing was 238. Margaret Lundy president presided. Ann Benton Rice president led the devotional. Tie special entertainment was Fiven by the Green sea chapters which consisted of several musical monologue numbers. Officers of the county . Were Margaret Mundy of floyds president Ann Benton of Myrtle Beach vice president Linda Wall of so Castee. Secretary Susie Mclaughlin Lampee treasurer and Ethelva Jean Rabon this week s Singer special a limited number of used Singer featherweight portables Singer sewing Center 273 West Evans St. Phone 2-4713 Mcclenaghan student Council members plan for convention so student Council convention begins monday a t Mcclenaghan by Winnie Bath the 10th annual convention of the South Carolina Assn. Of Stu. Dent councils begins tomorrow with registration at Mcclenaghan High school. Monday night at 8 . There will be a sock hop in the school gym for the delegates. The opening session will be tuesday at 9 . Or. Edward l. Byrd pastor of the first Baptist Church will give the invocation and John Harllee superintendent of the Florence City schools and Jimmy gee president of Mcclen aghan student Council will extend greetings to the delegates. Jim Mic Hardwick will introduce the speaker or. Wright Spears pres ident of Columbia College. Joe Clark vice president of the s.c.a.s.c., will preside at the second general session. Lillian Smith vice president of Mcclenaghan student Council will give the invocation and Carlyle lever will extend greetings. On tuesday night the delegates will be entertained Wilh a banquet and dance. At the banquet. Mayor David Mcleod will extend Greet Ings and sgt. Hoyt Bailey of the South Carolina patrol will speak. The business session will be on wednesday morning. Also on wednesday Gerald Van Poole. Assist Jan Secretary of the National Assn. Of student councils will speak. The convention will adjourn after this. Thanks to the committees. Miss Alice Brunson and mrs. Ruth Mont Gomery for doing such a wonder Ful Job planning the convention. May Queen and court May court elections were held last week at Mcclenaghan. Lillian Smith was elected Queen and Florie Mcleod. Maid of Honor. The attendants Are Susan turn Erann Purvis Frances Willis Barbara Abu Arab Kathy Greiner Carolyn Humphries Melissa Hig gins Lyles Mcleod Clair Sal Zenger and Celeste Allen. Johnny Holladay Reginald Brown Robert Smith Carol Ward some of the teens going to the Don Greiner Carol Glaze Kathy Eastern Carolina agricultural fair i Greiner j. Stokes and Melisa Hig were David Keller Johnny Jones gins. Mary Ervin Ken Lester Frank Friday night were Linda Early Ann Rne Johnny Hussey Carolyn Pierce Geter Rhodes Barbara Batts Liv Gilbert Susan Turner Avant Hazel Waters Joyce hat Chell Melissa Higgins Susann Fin Lea Virginia Rose and Carl har Lynn Ganim was Given a sur prise birthday party by Vicki har Lee. Among those surprising Lynn were Bonnie Cook Diane Fredy Betty Thompson Olive Lindsay Lillian Smith Florie Mcleod Linda Mcbride Susan Jones Cclia Bucky Sharpe. Carl Harris Jimmy Mcduffie Barbara Brown Peggy gee Ray Smith Fred Willcox Schipman Barbara Abu Arab Pau Jeff Goodwyn Nathan Jolly and la Nickles and Florida Anderson. Martha Ann Davis were among those at the Carolina Clemson game. Some of the College students Home for the week end Are Anna Rose Hiers Joyce Cook Charles Holland Jimmy Rainwater Norma Utsey Clyde Bryce Mary Watson Bonnie Sapp Carol Bryce Jimmy Smith and Kenneth Eaton. Be sure and listen the Yel Low jacket turn table with Allyn Mccormick and Johnny Deans every thursday night. Also listen to the school broadcast on we my every monday at . This week Jimmy gee Ellen Boyd. Plano Watts and yours truly will Tell about conventions attended this summer. Last week end Margaret gee s was the place of another party among those having a wonderful time were Blanche Isom Simmons Edwin Allen Bobby Reese peachy Lee Sissy Dawson. Bet to i Hutchinson be Moore. Cheves Powell. Martha Haselton Eliza Belli Anderson Frances Davis Billy Poston Danny Guylon Mun Ford Scott Bill Palmer and Mur Rel. Smith. Lyles Mcleod Gene Stone Judy Davis and buddy Benson Are spending the West end at Caesar s head with Gene s parents. That s All for this week folks Kirby Michael vows spoken in Northfield Kingstree special miss Sara Lou Kirby daughter of or. And mrs. A t. Kirby of Kingstree became the Bride of Marcus David Michael of Monroe ga., and Atlantic City ., on oct 19. The ceremony was performed y the Rev. Morris Brewin in the Northfield methodist Church Northfield Wedding music was presented by mrs. Marie Warren vocalist and mrs. Morris Brewin organist Bride s. Gown the Bride was Given in Marri age by her Uncle Lawrence Camp of Northfield Her wedding gown of White lace and net was Ashio hed with a fitted lace Bolero jacket with Peter pan Collar and Ong sleeves ending in Points Over he hands. The bouffant net skirt was Waltz length and featured a Ace peplum. Her fingertip veil of illusion was attached to a Tiara rimmed with pearls and Rhine stones. She wore Pearl earrings a gift of the bridegroom and car ried a White Satin covered Bible topped with a Blue throated or chid. Miss Sybil Kirby of Kingsl rce. Sister of the Bride was maid of wore a Wolfe length gown of Blue Satin and carried a nosegay of Blue carnations with White ribbons. Jimmy Eagle of Atlanta ga., stationed at Pomona naval air station Atlantic City ., served As Best Man. Douglas Ream also of Atlanta and Pomona naval air station was usher. Following the ceremony a recep Tion was held at the legion Hall in Northfield. The Bride mrs. Michael is a graduate of Kingstree High school and was formerly employed Here Wilh the Kingstree firm of Clark and Foole Ata. She is employed with spen cer gifts inc., Atlantic City Or. Michael son of or. And mrs. Henry d. Michael of Mon attended the Monroe Scho ols he is now stationed at Pomona naval air station at lactic City Calendar m Alten Ciurca Vito Fri. W. A. On Hoff Meyer m. Wilb 1 Lect techs. the Mill Oinen club with e d. Ill Gregg ave. . Senior cd Liciu club eth club Call cw1 transportation. Pm. Past Council club daughter of americ., e. E. Nub Bardi 402 bar anole dr., with j. A scr Roll. In. Willnon Rivera la lie Mae Hodge. . R. Hutch Tsoa and mrs e. L. Shaw Bojt Eliea. 3-30 . Sorsoli club with j 0. Lyman. 700 West Palmetto St. . Coterie club with in. W. C. Fusion. Charleston Highway. Let George Matney to to and radio in but Street phone prepare sausage Kasy suppers might include sausage. It is so versatile and can be used conveniently for breakfast lunch or dinner. To pre pare sausage place it in a cold frying pan with 2 to 3 Tablespoons cold water. Cover tightly an Sim Mer 8 to 10 minutes. Then uncover and Brown the sausages Well on All sides. Harrell Morris ceremony takes place let s All go out on Friday night and support the yellow jackets they play Brooklyn Cayce nov. 1, a Columba nov. 8 for Homecoming and Sumter nov. 22. Some of those who went to Hartsville to see the jackets play miss Mae Ann Harrell Daugh Ter of or. And mrs. Sam a. Har Rell of Florence became the Bride of Gordan Walter Morris of society Hafl son of mrs. G. W. Mor Ris and the late or. Morris of society Hill thursday evening at 8 . In the Grace Baptist Church in Florence. The Rev. John Rappe officiated. Mrs. Gilbert Taylor pianist and mrs. James May and Rich Ard Gore vocalists presented the wedding music. The Bride was Given in Marri age by her brother Jesse j. Har Rell. Jack d. Morrisjr. Of co Lumbia was Best Man and Ushers were Kent a. Pridgen brother in Law of the Bride and Clyde Harrell Cousin of the Bride both of Florence George Failey of society Hill and Norbert Lowery of Columbia. Mrs. Rudolph Clifton Smith jr., sister of the Bride was Matron of Honor. The Bride wore Waltz length Iress of lace Over taffeta with tilted Waist and Long sleeves end no in Points Over her wrists. Her veil which was shoulder length was attached to 8 Bandeau of Matching lace. After a wedding trip the couple will be at Home in Florence. The Bride was graduated from Mcclenaghan High school. She is employed As floor supervisor at Mclellan s in Florence. Was graduated from St. Davis Academy in society Hill. He served in the Navy for four years. He is attending the univer sity of South Carolina Extension Center in Florence. Diamond come in and see he radiance of every Diamond in our selection the Lovely unusual settings. Well help you make your Choice from a wide i election at the Price you want to pay. Satisfaction guaranteed or your Money Back. 1w 100 ensemble loll Taire Diamond. Set in Radiant 14 Karat Gold. Truly one of our greatest Diamond values. J2 Down take them right with you free 52-pc. Service for 8 we. A. Rogers sectional Silver plate Reg. Retail value with the Purchase of a Diamond of or More too Matching wedding ring Only in Oudt tax mrs. Gordan Walter Morris end this offer for limited phone 9003 154 w. Evans St time Only open an account Florence s. C. 290 West Evans special prices on suits costume suits knitted suits Wool and silk blouses dresses selected from Stock beginning monday october 28th a. M. Close out All Early american living room Den dining room and bedroom pieces solid Rock Maple and solid included is the nationally famous Hermitage group sofas love seats Wing chairs platform rockers Coffee tables end tables step tables Magazine Racks lamps Dinette tables hutches chairs and bedroom suites. In fact All Early american pieces in Stock discounts up to 50% in addition your Choice of slipcovers shown below absolutely free. 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