Florence Morning News Newspaper Archives Sep 27 1957, Page 14

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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - September 27, 1957, Florence, South CarolinaThe Florence morning news. Florence s. A Friday morning september first haircut big Day in Young Man s life nobody s Gonna Cut my hair buddy Well me be jus a Little Wunner How i la look whoa Man not too much gee this aint so bad is Billy Bollard son of the Bev bollards patient. Barber is f. E. Amazing i m a real Man now aint i morning news photos by Kirkland women Pat Maceachern woman s editor Thelma Robbins woman s reporter bridal couple entertained or. And mrs. W. H. Sharpe and daughter miss Jean Sharpe entertained the members of the John son Shannon wedding party their families and out of town guests Friday night at the elks club immediately following rehearsal. The Host and hostesses greeted the guests and introduced them to the Honor couple. Or. And mrs. Fred Schipman greeted the guests it the second door. Arrangements of White Gladioli and chrysanthemums were used throughout the club. The Bride s table was covered with White net Over Green Linen with net drapes around the tides and Satin ribbon streamers. After the traditional cake Cut Ting by the Honor couple mrs. L. E. Hopkins served the guess. Mrs. De Rogers presided at the punch bowl. The guests helped themselves to an array of refresh ments after which recorded music was furnished for dancing. During the evening the Bride and Groom elect exchanged gifts and presented gifts to their attend ants. Goodbyes were said to or. And mrs. De Shannon and Johnson parents of the Honor Cou ple. Approximately 70 guests attended. Miss Barbara Johnson was Hon ored at a bridal luncheon saturday Given by mrs. Catherine Hopkins mrs. J. M. Sharpe and mrs. Ers Kine Johnson. Upon arrival the honoree was presented a White ribbon Corsage decorated with wedding Bells slip pers and Bells. A three course dinner was served from a table entered with an arrangement of White chrysanthemums and Gladioli flanked by Silver candelabra. Guests included mrs. Tresco Johnson Mother of the honoree mrs. W. H. Sharpe mrs. George Jordan sister of the honoree mrs. Tommy Kirby mrs. Don Lanier and miss Judy Hopkins. Halo Moscow reports it is broadcasting in 114 languages we bet much of it is done with Tongue in Cheek. New teachers entertained in Kingstree Kingstree special new teachers of the Wal Ramsburg county schools were entertained recently with a reception Given by the classroom teachers association other honoured guests were miss Sallie Anderson state president of the classroom teachers. Association members of the Williamsburg county delegation members of the Board of education and area sup As new teachers entered the auditorium at the elementary schools they were greeted and Given corsages or boutonnieres. Name tags were pinned on the guests. The receiving line included mrs. James e. James president of the Williamsburg county classroom teachers association miss Sallie Anderson state president new teachers the delegation Board members and area superintendent greetings were brought by mrs. James senator v. G. Arnette e. 2onyers Horlon and the superintendents. Miss Anderson was also a speaker. Three High school girls miss Ynn Bunch miss Emma Lois in Man and miss Betty Jean cars in presented background music during the reception. Moore baby or. And mrs. Ernest a. Moore of Lake City announce the birth of a daughter Janet Kate sept. 24 City club Corner camellia Garden the camellia Garden club m tuesday morning at the Home i mrs. E. A Hubbard with or e. M. Ervin hostess. Mrs. 0. D Smith president presided an welcomed 123 members to the fir fall meeting. New year books in White not books with the Garden club Nam stamped in Gold were distribute the project committee chairman mrs. L. D. Lide recommend a hat the club Plant a. Polleti tree in front of Moore Junior Hig with numerous Pines to continue the project of landscaping the Choc pounds. Mrs. J. F. C. Hunter mrs. Glen Isom and mrs. A f. Jones wer asked to make an arrangement o marigolds for the Flower show of 21 and 22. For the same show mrs. Kenneth Lawrence mrs. L 3. Lide. And mrs. Marion Luca or. Were asked to make an arrangement of chrysanthemums i a tall Container. Mrs. R. F. Zeigler jr., program chairman introduced mrs. Samue Hani owner of the Florence Flower shop who gave a talk Anc demonstration of making Corsage mrs. Ham said that Flowers in any form especially corsages accentuate feminine loveliness. Since Flowers Are the finest production of nature s growth they Are that Saunders memorial Hospital the Moor is have another Daugher. Brenda age 2. Genuine registered 300 ensemble diamonds. Five Diamond wedding ring. Down 6 a week the most treasured gift o All exquisite wedding Belli Dismondi mounted in that ipe Alf of finest All wedding Belli Diamond Ringi beautifully Elfr pack aged in Tell Nign tent Bojc that Tan be year own Peneno Teeteet by melt lend required Down payment and 3 my Adelt me Tervet with your name end add 1042 Broad 1 154 a Evans Camden Florence 34 s. Us perfect gift. Only the freshest blooms should be used for Persona adornment. Corsages should b worn naturally the Way a Dowe grows and. Mrs. Ham Reco Mem de that Flowers worn at nigh should be on the right shoulder wit the left Side used for daytime Wear. The first requisite is lightness for Comfort of wearing. Three general types of corsages Are mrs. Ham Contra used the natural arrangement for sjorning and luncheon Wear the circular arrangement for luncheons dinners and the theatre and the multiple Corsage the mos elaborate i a straight a o Semi circular form for More form Al secrets for making Corsage Werd demonstrated and forms Usei for wristlets hair ornaments am the strapless evening gown wer shown. Mrs. Ham closed with i quotation the Tempo of our live s too Swift slow up and Enjo mrs. Alex Quattlebaum was Wel corned As a guest and the hosted served refreshments assisted b mrs. 0. D. Smith and mrs. J. Ii Wink. Lambda chapter Lambda chapter of Beta Sigma i held its social meeting tues Day night at the Home of mrs 5. E. Hubbard with mrs. W. P Barefoot mrs. Harry Baker mrs Steve Anderson and miss Ann Alt Man hostesses. Mrs. Henry Early vice in the a rence of the president miss Char Olte Bragdon. During the business session Thi chapter decided to Rush 12 new members and the names were turned in for these rushes. Cultura programs for the year were As signed to the members by mrs Larold Lane. The social hour was turned inti a discussion of projects for Rais no Money. A White elephant aug Ion Sale was voted on to be help in the near future. Each member brought clothes for the underprivileged school children. At the close of the meeting refreshments were served by the hostesses. Pilot initiation of new members mrs Lary Bragdon and miss Maxine Arper into the Pilot club High gated the meeting held on tues a at the Sanborn hotel. Miss Anie Ferguson president resided miss Ann Stacker chairman o Lub action committee was in Utiss Adams entertained miss Starling Adams Bride Elee if oct. 27, was honoured tuesday Light with a lingerie Shower Given by miss Sylvia Ashley miss Janice Bridgers miss Chellelle Humph miss Deloris Lamb and miss Carolyn Hatchell at the Home of irs. G. W. Bellinger. Upon arrival the honoree was resented a Corsage of White Pom oms net and White ribbon. Several bridal games were play j and awards were received by Liss Ashley miss Adams and irs. Juines Bridgers. Refreshments were served by in hostesses after which the Hono be was showered with gifts of Ingerie. Timmonsville social news or. And mrs. Robert n. Schaff r left wednesday for Lavonia a., where they will spend a few ays with her Mother. Or. And mrs. Edjar g. Keels Lent the weekend in Charleston Here they were of their Aughtr and family or and mrs. Woodrow Dickson. Miss Mary Ann word dough to of Cecil a Ward left by charge program with miss Jeanette Mclnnis mrs. Sara George mrs. Estelle Dickman and miss Helen Saleeby taking part. Green. Candles were lit by Spon sors mrs. Estelle Dickman and mrs. Elise Cameron symbolizing the Basic principles of Pilot inter National which Are Friendship and service. Yellow candles were lit by co sponsors mrs. Sara George and miss Mabel Walters symbolizing Pilot International motto True course groups were then formed and Given topics to. Discuss for five mintes after which each group re ported their findings to the club on what makes a Good club and what makes a Good dub Mem the following members were Given perfect attendance awards by miss Minnie Cook who is in charge of membership miss Janie Ferguson miss Anne Stacker miss min Nie Copeland miss Jeanette Mclnnis miss Jessie Mae Mclnnis and mrs. Sara George. Miss Stacker a member of the service clubs. Church attendance committee gave out meet me at Church sunday stickers and re Quested that car owners use them. Immediately after dinner Dick 3usenbury spoke to the club on behalf of the United fund drive. Visitors were iss Lenora Gaston member of Pilot club of Sumler and mrs. Robert West. H d club old Johnsonville Johnsonville special members were present at the september meeting of the old Johnsonville Home demonstration club which was held at the Home of mrs. F. C. Stroud Friday after noon. Mrs. Merrill Poston presided. I mrs. W. F. Hanna led the devotional entitled during the business session mrs. K. N. Huggins gave a report of the june meeting which was held at Brown s ferry Park. Mrs. Gene Sanderson assistant agent announced tie fall meeting of the Florence county Council which will be held in Florence oct. 5 and the Eastern Carolina fair which will be held oct. 21-26. She gave information and instructions for the Booths to be set up by the Home demonstration clubs. A homemaker s record for South Carolina Home demonstrations club women was presented to each member present. These books will contain a record of the work done by the member during the year and each member must fill out a Book in order to be eligible for a certificate. Mrs. K. N. Huggins miss Fleta Avant and mrs. J. L. Mcdaniel were appointed As local leaders for giving the demonstration on easier housekeeping family life and mrs. Sanderson also explained the Craft school and stated that schools of this nature will be held in the county if enough club women desire to at tend. Mrs. Sanderson gave the Demon stration on Flower arrange and named the tools needed in making a Flower arrange ment. She explained that size and color should be considered in selecting a Container for the arrangement. The Basic principles of Flower arrangements which Are de sign scale balance color focus rhythm accent and Harmony explained and pictures shown illustrating these principles. Refreshments were served by the hostess assisted by mrs. Mer Rill Poston mrs. J. L. Mcdaniel and mrs. Wilson player. The october meeting will be held at the Home of mrs. K. N. Huggins Elim the Elim Home demonstration club held its first fall meeting at the Home of mrs. Alice Purvis with 14 members present. Mrs. D. L. Carter president presided. Mrs. Ida Langston led the devotional after which departmental chairmen were elected and mrs. Alice Purvis was elected vice president to serve for two years. Miss Janet Byrd. Assisted by miss Donna Faye Hardee gave the demonstration on Flower a pictures were Dis played showing the different types of arrangements and pamphlets were distributed giving helpful hints and information for arranging Flowers. During the social hour refresh ments were served by the hostess. Dorothy Dix says he s Stinker at Home dear Dorothy if you could Ather the opinions of outsiders Rou d believe that my husband is he Salt of the Earth generous ind understanding in other words an All around Good time Charlie. The minute he s behind the closed doors of his own Home he be comes a miserable Penny Pincher who does t have a shred of sym Pathy for any of his family. What can be done about a person with such a dual personality Emily y dear Emily the French have a phrase for it the Joy of the Street and the sorrow of the since the applause of the multitude is music to his ears Low about putting some Dishar Mony into it somehow Wrangle lira into a position where some of Lis fat weather friends see his unpleasant Side. Loss of mass approval is to a Man like your Hus land a Fate worse than death. Dear Dorothy i have heard so Many definitions of petting i m confused. For instance is it pet ing if a girl lets a boy put his Arm around her and How far hould she let him go Aurora dear Aurora Send. Me a tamped self addressed envelope or my leaflet the petting prob believe me you need it. Dear Dorothy Dix i be lated several boys in my High school years but they always want o get serious. I have no intention f becoming permanently involved Ith boys for quite a while but on t know How to let them know lat. I Don t want to hurl any be. Pamela dear Pamela if someone must get Hurt remember Charity begins at Home so consider your own feelings first. If a boy likes you he won t get offended be cause you Don t want to get ser ious hell patiently go about changing your mind. Dear Dorothy what is the cure for a possessive wife b. G dear . Nothing except death divorce or desertion and All have their drawbacks. You have the pity of the world. Every one who beholds a self righteous possessive woman is sorry for her family and delighted to be out of it. Dear Dorothy i m an unmarried girl of 23 and my parents seem to think i m doomed to Lane wednesday for Cincinnati Ihlo where she will visit rela ves. Mrs. J. A Patterson left recent for Charlotte n.c., to spend a viral Days with her son and Amily. Or. And mrs. L. A. Galloway ave returned from Charleston they few Days with Cir son and family or. And irs. William Galloway. They were lined Here by their to Jack t. Day mid her Aughter of fort Denning spinster Hood. If anyone asks them How old i am they re ashamed to admit the truth and say i m 20. I Don t see any sense to tres. Do you think my age is a draw Back to making men friends Alyca dear Alyce one of attractive and charming Young la Dies i have Ever known was mar ried recently at old age of 27. This in t an isolated in stance either. And to worry about your age at 23 is perfectly Ridi Culous. This is a wonderful age meant to be enjoyed not hid Den. Why Are your parents so Wor ried. They must be very old fashioned it s time they Learned new customs. Send your problem to Dorothy Dix. Be sure to enclose a stamped self addressed envelope and address her care of this newspaper. Mademoiselle Bra Circle stitched for double uplift

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