Florence Morning News Newspaper Archives Sep 8 1957, Page 16

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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - September 8, 1957, Florence, South CarolinaCd the Florence morning news. Florence s. C. Sunday morning september 8, 1957. Francis Cade Freeman of Florence announces the marriage of his daughter Geraldine Faye to Alexander Hood Ion of or. And mrs. A. A., Hood of Dillon aug. 16 in Dar Lington. The Bride is the daughter of or. Freeman and the late mrs. Ethel Freeman. The couple will reside in Florence. Wild Rose club meets the wild Rose Garden club met tuesday night at the Home of mrs. Wilson Bailey with mrs. Jimmy May co hostess. The presi Dent. Miss Atha Mae Barwick. Pre idea and the meeting opened with the Garden payer by mrs. Jean Cagle. The yearbook for 1957-58 was dedicated to. Miss Libby Dean. Miss lib Calculi read the Dedica Tion and distributed the books to the members. Miss Barwick introduced the guest speaker miss Libby Dean who talked on Flower arranging and judging. Four Flower arrange ments were made and judged by the members. The arrangements were then taken to the Hospital. During the social hour refresh ments were served by the Host esses. The door award was received by miss Barwick. Sixteen members attended. Keller Harris exchanged makes a difference a Man or woman who bathes regularly and often feels differ ent looks different and acts differently. He becomes More fastidious about his about Bis House hold surroundings about Public eating places and about possible contamination of per Sonal consciousness about clean Liness grows civic consciousness about sanitation that makes for social Progress. Unless while sugar is Lumpy do not sift before measuring it. Fill the cup or spoon with sugar to overflowing being careful not to shake the measure. Then level off the sugar with a Spatula or a straight edged knife. Save 54c Friendship club meets elastic elfin cortex Bra Reg. 4.98 designed with cortex in to give you an accentuated uplift. Light Bone at Ide. 444 save 65c mrs. Roger Williams entertained the members of the Friend ship club thursday afternoon at 4 . For the first fall meeting. Mrs. Mobley Hammond led the devotional on think of to Morrow face the president mrs. W. J. Han a presided Over the business ses Ion. The club voted to use Cash in the treasurer to close in the kit Chen and improve the building As much As funds permitted. The club welcomed mrs. J. C. Davis As a new member. The club voted to have one meeting in the Home every month on tile first thursday and on the third thursday to have a family gathering for recreation at club House. The october meeting will be held with mrs. Mobley Hammond at her Home with mrs. W. F. Brac Kett co hostess. The hostess served refreshments to the 13 members present. Mrs. John Calhoun Harris miss Mary Alice daughter of the Hev and mrs. Edward c. Keller of Dunn became the Bride of John. Calhoun Harris of Florence and Salem . Son of or. And mrs. Claude e. Florence sept. 7 at . In the Davis memorial Chapel Winston Salem . Or. Ralph a. Herring pastor of the first Baptist Church of win Ston Salem performed the Cere Mony. A program of wedding music was presented by miss Catherine Siceloff soloist and miss sue Marion organist. Or. C. , father1 of the Groom was Best Man. Ushers were Robert a. Harris and Claud e. Harris jr., both of Florence Jesse Marvin Coggins of Winston Salem and Rutus 0. Harris of Charlotte . Miss Johnnie Mae Bargelt of Winston Salem was maid of Hon or. She wore a floor length i., gown of Blue Nylon Chiffon with full skirt and shirred bodice. A drape of Nylon Chiffon accented the neckline ending in a floating Back panel to the. Hemline. She wore a Matching Bandeau with face veil and carried an old fashioned nose of Pink asters and carnations. Honorary bridesmaids were miss Joyce Jones and mrs. Sarah Perry both of Winston Saleh miss Martha Lamb of greens Boro ., and mrs Ruth Harris of Florence sister in Law of the Groom. Fiey wore Ballerina length evening gowns and carried a Long Stem Pink Carnation. Barbara Ellen Knox was Flower girl. She was dressed like the honorary attendants. The. Bride Given in marriage by her father wore a gown of Chan Tilly Lake and bridal Satin fashioned with Basque Waist and Sabrina neckline. The Long lace sleeves ended in1 Calla Points and the bouffant skirt ended in a Chapel train. Her fingertip veil of illusion was attached to a Coronet of seed pearls. She carried a bouquet of lilies of the Valley and Feather carnations entered with a while Orchid. The Bride was graduated from Dunn High school Campbell col from North Carolina Baptist Hospital school of nursing where she has been on the Nurs ing staff past three years. The Groom was graduated from Mcclenaghan High. School and from Clemson College where he majored in electrical engineering. He served for three years with . Army and is now Asso. Cited with Western electric co in the research department. Upon their return from a wed Ding trip the couple will make their Home at 2214 Queen st., win Ston Salem . Those from Florence attending the wedding were or. And mrs. C. E. Harris mrs. Rob Ert b. Harris or. And mrs. Claud e. Harris jr., mrs. Jane 0. Laugh Lin George l. Laughlin ii and or. And mrs. Jack Saunders. Handy bag those Beach bags you used All summer make cosmetic storage or plane cases come autumn. And should anything spill they can be swiftly wiped clean with a sponge dipped in warm sudsy water. Literary club meets the Sidney Lanier literary club met sept. 4 at the Home of mrs. G. W. Bellinger with mrs. Robert herring hostess. Mrs. W. W. For Ester presided. Mrs. William Quinn. Recording Secretary. Advised that in the event of three consecutive unexcused absences the names would be turned Over to the president and she in Lurn would Call the member advising that their name have you heard or. And mrs. John r. Etheridge turned by plane wednesday from a trip to Jamaica British West indies where they stayed at the Tower Isle hotel. The Rev. And mrs. Lacy. R. Harwell Are spending a few Days with his parents or. And mrs. B. H. Harwell before going to Edinburgh Scotland where he will Uler the University of Edinburgh. They will sail sept. 18. Mrs. Lawrence e. Croft am mrs. Dandridge m. Lyon of Aike or. And mrs. George w. Croft o Jacksonville. Fla., or and mrs Eorge Mason Croft of Pittsburgh pa., or. And mrs. Randell de Bohun Croft. Mrs. Cyrus b. Dasey mrs Theodore c. Stone or and mrs. John Law or. And air aul Byrum or. And mrs. Wil Iam Webster All of Greenville or. And mrs. Theodore c. Stone or. And mrs. Robert Snowdon Al of Sumler. Were weekend visitor Here to attend the Stone Lawson a adding. Also Here for the wedding Wen air. And mrs. Few Lyda mrs. R g. Stone mrs. Arthur Ovendon miss Lydia f. Stone All of Bre Vard. Or. And mrs. Richard g. Stone of Spartanburg or. Am mrs. Eugene Stone Miller of by Man. The Rev. And mrs. Chafee Croft of Augusta ga., or. Am mrs. J. Howard Lawson of Sharps Burg ga., or. And mrs. John c Davis of Silver Spring. My. Major and mrs. Russell Stoneman o Cherry Point . Or. And mrs David gallon and or. And mrs Augustus Allen of Chester. Harold Collinsjr. Of Southern Pines. . Mrs. Guilford s. Dud Ley of new York. Miss Syble Mark Buyck or. And mrs. Edward has Alden and or. And mrs. J. James Clemmons of Columbia were also among the out of town guests attending the Stone Lawson wed Ding. Anne Roberts Anna up. Edna Mccurry Margaret Ann Hewitt Travis Coward. Craig Fields or. Mrs. W. M. La Nilmeyer find s. Thomason celebrated birthdays Friday. Or. And mrs. Paul observed a wedding anniversary Friday. Marchetta school of dance during the fall term and will re open the Esau rant next summer. Mrs. James a. Rogers and her sister mrs. Lucile Maul in or Timmonsville left Friday

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