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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - September 23, 1957, Florence, South CarolinaMonday to fining september 23, 1957 the s. C. Page i Pat mocha Chen Thor Ultimo bobbins woman s reporter Dorothy Dix says Why Nof social clubs for the Middle aged dear Dorothy i m a new of 57, highly respected where i work but lonely nevertheless. I d like so much to make new friends and am especially interested in meeting a gentleman of Good morals. Have you any suggestions m. W. Dear m. A How i wish humane minded Organiza Tion like the . Would drop affairs of International import and spend few minutes on solving this Ever present problem of loneliness in older people. Communities churches even individual sponsors provide plenty of so Cial clubs for teenagers. Why not give their olders a break he has a new business women s group entertains at guest banquet the Florence business and professional women a club held their first guest banquet Friday night at the. Garden Gate cafeteria. A yellow and Green color scheme was carried out. Arrange ments of yellow mums and Gladi Oli and Green tapers decorated the tables. Mrs. Carolina Hammond presi Dent presided. The club collect Given by mrs Edna Cope land after which Bliss. Betty War the Ime men and women reached Middle age they by have seem to lose the capacity to make friends. Unless they have children or friends acquired in youth they face a lonely Span of years. The Middle aged group is especially neglected. The very Young or the very old Rale attention the in be teens do not. I should be very pleased to hear from any club that does seek to promote friendships among the 40 or 50-year-old group especially those sponsored by churches or _ civic organizations. I la be Only too or. And mrs. Robet Joye wed just i annual lie nets it Jirim. It can stand it. By and Large introduced the guests. The ends know More than children so Welcome was by mrs. Let the correcting go until you be Milld Ullh mayor. David grown a Little in greeting s were sex from the sponsor club of dear Dorothy mrs. X by miss Doris Caldwell. Divorced. She is presently living in an apartment with her three children a married Man guest speaker mrs. Hester Medlin was introduced by miss Grace Adams. Mrs. Medlin teach is her boy Friend. Since she in the Conway Junior High proven herself an unfit Mother and has had the distinction cause of their illicit relationship does her sex Husbard have a right to demand custody of the children he is quite Able to provide a serving As president of the South Carolina educational Assn. In 1954. She is also a life member of the National educational Assn. And represented South Carolina at just White House conference in dear just interested and 1955. Custody Case is always open to review when circumstances indicate a change would be Best for the youngsters. I sincerely Hope dad can do better for them than he did on his first try. Send your problem to Dorothy Dix. Be sure to enclose a stamped self addressed envelope and address her care of Medlin gave a most interesting talk on women guardians of she told of woman s Many contributions and achievements to civilization in the past and emphasized the needs and responsibilities in the changing world of today. Among the guests attending were representatives of All the civic clubs of Florence. Johnsonville or. And mrs. Tommy Joye son Howard of Florence Happy to pass the Good word along mesday. Mrs. G. J. Jones has returned visit with or. And Jones of Norfolk and believe me it will be appreciated. Home after a dear Dorothy my Hubert is constantly correcting my Broth-1 a. And i. But if we try to Cor red h m he gets mad. And says i or. And mrs. Talmadge Young children should t Correct j were visitors in Sumter tuesday their my brother and to Are both in our teens. A family reunion was held at the s a r a j Homo of or. And mrs. 0. L. Avail Sara if dad when All of their children and grandchildren were present. Mrs. Walter j. Baxley visited her daughter in Law mrs. Uly Joe Tanner who is a patient in a Kingstree Hospital monday. Mrs. Ruth Weaver of new York is visiting or. And mrs. Marion Todd. Or. And mrs. Bob Woodberry and daughters. Sylvia Joe and Betty Lou recently visited or. And mrs. Jesse Martin at Myrtle Beach. If you want your Coffee cake loaf " made with yeast to Heve a Crisp crust try brushing it with Elig Tii beaten egg White about 10 minutes before it has finished baking. A Little and legs French Brown. Toast helps the slices mrs. Hoyt Lee of Georgetown save out a couple of Tablespoons i visited her parents. Or. And mrs. Of condensed Tomato soup f. Hanna and mrs. Robert you dilute it. And add it to a beef monday Stew. Helps give Good flavor Green and Black olives radish celery and pickles All make Fine accompaniments for that cheese and Cracker tray. These include or. And mrs. Jesse or. And mrs. 3. L. Mcdaniel miss Loretta Mcdaniel and olm Mcdaniel motored to Charleston sunday where they attended a birthday dinner Given in Honor of or. Mcdaniel s sister Tao my. At the Home of her parents or. And mrs. A m. Mcdaniel. Miss Alice Johnson and mrs. J. H. Moore of Scranton visited the latter s son in Law and daughter or. And mrs. Wilson player Mon. Day. Mrs. Lauris Newell and son Gene accompanied her parents or. And mrs. Thurman Matthews to Conway wednesday where they were guests of or. And mrs. Jim my Welch. They were also visitors m. Smoak and daughter. Cindy of Ridgeville or. And mrs. W. B. Fletcher of Charleston. Or. And mrs. Lee Rowan and children Betty Lee and Hal or. And 0. L. Avant or. And daughter a. Added to the milk blend to. And or and mrs Bobby and Bud Avant of the Home. Or. And mrs. Jimmy Bennett and daughter. Charlotte and mrs. Lenair Altman returned to Colum Bia sunday after spending the weekend with mrs. Lenora at Mytle Beach wednesday after banquet guests at the b p banquet held Friday night were left to right mayor and mrs. David Mcleod with Hammond club president and mrs. Hester Medlin of Conway the guest speaker. Morning news photo City club Corner . The american association of University women met thursday at 7 . At the Home of mrs. B. E. Hubbard. After dinner mrs. Fred Rem Bert president conducted a Busi Ness session at which time year books were distributed. It was recommended that members bring to the next meeting adult games new or used to he donated to the Florence Darlington tuberculosis Sanatorium for use in the recreational program. Mrs. Rembert then introduced the guest speaker or. Valleria Grannis of Coker College and pres ident of the Hartsville Branch of Paauw. Who was a Delegate to the National convention in Boston. Or. Grannis gave an account of the highlights of the convention. She stated that she was most impressed by the democratic qualities of the organization and the High Quality of leadership displayed there. Or. Grannis stressed the fact that Paauw is a great Force for Good in education on All Levels and in closing reminded the Mem Bers of the specific goals of the organization. Gay gardeners lilies As the most satisfactory and which tend to destroy family rela most rewarding. She also gave Tio ships even though they Are hints on bulb planting and suggested theft they be planted later so As to Bloom at the same time azaleas do. The president mrs. J. R. Lin Jle. Presided at the meeting. She announced that the gardeners were in charge of publicity for the fall Flower show and appointed mrs. Dick Dusenbury As publicity chairman. Mrs. Kenneth Charles and mrs. R. 0. O Hara will make the two arrangement for the show. Refreshments were served by the hostess during the social hour. Green acres Tho september meeting of the Green acres Garden club met at the Home of mrs. A. C. Miller thursday with e. A. Mozingo As hostess. Mrs. Richard Bryant presided the meeting. She asked club members to set aside nov. 6-8 As Days to attend the Flower show school when course v will be taught. Mrs. Bryant announced the club would be in charge of staging and decorating fur the Flower show to be held Al the fair . 21. Mrs. C. D. Bray mrs. Mozingo and mrs. E. T Leach we re asked mrs. P. H. Mceachin was guest serve on the committee and to speaker at the Gardener s meeting thursday afternoon at the Home of mrs. Saunders Bridges. Mrs. Mceachin based her talk on recommending Day use the Harvest theme. Mrs. J. A. Griggs and mrs. J. C. will make an arrangement titled Burr Beauty and mrs. Thornton Canada and mrs. H. E. Koon will make an arrangement using blessings of the thanksgiving season As heir theme. J mrs. Phil Stephenson discussed Sieve Frozen sweetened Raspbe plans for making halloween favors and serve Over sliced froze Good things in themselves Are secularism the electrical world and even an immaculate Home or Community service if carried to the extreme. Mrs. Medlock challenged those present by stating that 2 per cent of All crime comes from those who have no Church relationships and 85 per cent of divorces come from inactive or no Church relationship. She stressed the love of god can he taught most by living with Loving parents. Mis. Hugh Shrum president pre Sirico Over the business meet ing at which time it was announce a club member mrs. D. C. Jack son has been elected vice presi Dent of federation. Fit members agreed to go to the District meeting in Pamplico. Mrs. Edwin Turner and m r s George Hill were hostesses at the Home of mrs. Bellinger. Sprinkle a one crust Apple i before baking with a Crumbl Topping usually used on Coffee cake. To make the Topping Wor together a cup of flour a Quarter Pound of butter and a a cup of granulated sugar. With la Topping the apples in the i should be sweetened less tha usual. For a really creamy custard us egg Yolks rather than whole eggs two egg Yolks Are usually substituted for one whole egg. At the october meeting for hospitalized children. Lars. J. Marvin Reynolds presented a program on conserva Tion. She limited the subject to general conservation information Forest conservation and construction of a compost pile. After the program luncheon was served by the hostesses. Fine arts mrs. Melvin Medock was guest speaker at the first meeting of the Fine arts literary club held Fri peaches thawed and Vanilla in for Coffee lovers serve Coffey Gelatin with a Garnish of sweetened whipped Cream sprinkled with a suspicion of pulverized Coffee Cook a package of Frozen Green Lima Beans Drain and Cool. Mis with thin celery crescents and salad dressing. Serve on Crisp greens add a Little Tomato catchup ant Curry powder to a Cream sauce Day. For cooked shrimp. Serve Over mrs. Jay Chapman program i Crisp Toast. Chairman introduced mrs. Med a lock who spoke on the grated Cheddar cheese May be Christian family she added to condensed celery soup stated that some of the things for a sauce for fish or eggs. Ready to go Sears apparel department managers will be off to Atlanta ga., monday to select Spring Merchan Dise. Making the trip Are left to right co. Thames mrs. Valerie Atkinson mrs. Rosa Lee Anderson mrs. Cynthia har group going to Atlanta managers of the apparel departments of the local scars. Roe Buck and co. Store will be off to Atlanta monday to attend scars Semi annual apparel Market where they will see and make plans to Huy the goods that will Stock then Racks and counters Nunt Spring. Kiev in members of the local store will View the Parade of new Mer Randise to be presented by the company s staff of buyers from new York and Chicago. Instead of our buyers going to the Market store manager. A. E. Creamer said the company has developed this method of beginning the Market to the at the Atlanta Mark Al they Ger All the atmosphere and feeling of the Market place Complete with professional models films and sulcs presentations. Tho main difference is ilium. Here the merchandise for All sours up i incl departments representing he products of hundreds of inc jurors in this country and Thrond. Are assembled under one roof. Then ooh manner along with his counterparts from up Rell a. E. Creamer store manager j. R. Armstrong j. L. Stephens mrs. Blanche Gregory mrs. Gussie Cuttino Billy Hardee mrs. Myrtle Mcleod and mrs. Virginia Johnson. Photo by Kirkand proximately 60 other Sears stores in the South has the Opportunity to select the merchandise his department will offer next season. They get the latest information on trends in style fabrics and colors and Are better Able to choose clothing of the Quality style and Type which their experience tells them is most suited j or most popular with the people in this or. Creamer added. Noting students May have asian influenza w1nston-Salem, n.c., sept. 22 w a mild outbreak of what my be asian flu Lias struck the Campus of Winston Salem teach ers College. Thirty five students affected by the outbreak were in the College inter Niy today. About 25 others were week. Colleck physician or. Ii. R. Mau Loy when asked if the cases arc asian flu sold think that i what it who determines funeral Cost you do. Yes our prices Are plainly marked. Our Complete serv ices Are within Range of All to meet any circumstance every need. Our reputation in Community is our most asset and justifies your in us. On of Tahum he Teton no High proc Lett twi Rontu Laitur Lori your equipment dealer or Call our Fici for Delalli. Super an e co. 131 South Irby Street phone 2-4121 Pat Corner with the issuance of tells and age to go along with their proud Miling faces Tho patrol boys of Mckenzie school were selected is week by the school principal Sweet. Aluch thought goes into these sections which Are made from e standpoint of honesty depend Courtesy willingness Ilio Lastic records and gentleman conduct at All times. Many worthy boys were nol be died due to difficulty with school Ork and their other there no Reward offered these boys her than the Honor of being a Ember of the boy s patrol and having this entered on their Reeds As having served. This is valuable service Render and one which is appreciated pupils faculty and the general Iblis. Let s All work together Ith these boys in their Earnest fort to prevent accidents. Bovall school the . Meeting at Royall school was a affair this month be to the generosity of mrs. J. Wens Young and Billy Tallevast. Billy donated carnations for the embers of the faculty and staff and mrs. Young decorated the auditorium and cafeteria with ses from her Garden. Mrs. Claude Dearing was chair an of the reception honouring the aches. She was assisted by is. Wells Alderman mrs. George Ollins and mrs. Harry Watkins. Ore than 400 . Members Joyed their hospitality. Briggs at the Board meeting of t h e Riggs ., mrs. George Smith and Kirby Jordan made Brtown e needs at Delmae Heights our Ewest elementary school in Flor ice. Mrs. Smith and the . Board ave generously offered their As stance in setting up the . For this new school financially otherwise. Or. Jordan told of the real need for playground equip ment such As baseballs Bati jump ropes and other Small toys. Several women s clubs have donated Small amounts for this Pur pose and if your club needs worthwhile project this is it Harllee new officers of the Harllee p. . Met this week. And. Made plans for the year. Mrs. Ralph Mcelveen is the new president. The first meeting Wilf be held thursday sept. 26, at at the school. Parents will visit with the teachers and refreshments will be served in the lunch room. Poynor there will be a . Meeting at Poynor Junior High school this evening at 8 . Mrs. Robert Smith program chairman has announced Joe Dusenbury principal will show slides of photographs taken of the school rooms last year in an Effort to better acquaint new parents with the facilities and activities of the school. It is urged both old and new parents attend this meeting. Tans Bay the tans Bay . Held its. First officer s meeting at the Home of mrs. W. M. Gregg or. Ult week. Officers for the year Are mrs. 0. M. Polk president mrs. Erve tur Ner vice president mrs. Gregg treasurer and mrs l. D. Hour Secretary. Plans and interesting were discussed for the year. The first regular meeting will be held in the school auditorium oct. 15, at . Have a bit of Broccoli leftover mix it with the egg you re cram bling for lunch for a delicate Fla Vor variation. Calendar o at . 20th Century literary club with Fri. H. 8, Humphries Homey card. 45 . Senior citizens at elks club. Call 6401 before . Monday or transportation. . Alice Smith gats meeting Central methodist Church. Ce5day . Camellia Garden club with mrs. M. Ervin hostess at the Home of mrs. E. E. Hubbard 402 Seminole or. . Option club it Turner i Chicken Basket. 30 . Edna St. Vincent Millay literary club with mrs. Len Brab Ham hostess Al the Home of mrs e. A Hubbard 401 Seminole or. . Mcneil Bible class first presbyterian Church with mrs. Leroy Jelordi Charleston Hway. Fri. Maud Hewitt m . Exemplar. Chapler bet Sigma Phi. At cd. 30 . Past councilor club d of a picnic with mrs. J. K. Sheryll 1525 Cherokee Rel. 8 . Bra chapter with mins Carolyn Harper is i. Me Garland St. Friday . Mcleod infirmary a Maliziy to Florence museum with Fri Jack Meadows and met. Howard ticket hostesses. L . Samuel Bacot chapter. District meeting at Flor new can try cub. Luncheon at 1 . 30 . Aurora literary Clauc with mrs. De Petti Rcw. Hit Cherokee m. Call 6210 if unable to attend. . , to b. Of r. T. A Mac my. K. L. Bight Charleston flirty. Of own for All Bess Cottingham Host Opp wife the Malmd Tel. Mottl Aflfe he. This week september 21-29 National Home week you Are looking for a Home or some thing for your Home you Don t want to miss the National Home week Section of wednesday s paper there you la find special showings that will make it easy for you to find just what Yob re after

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