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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - September 29, 1957, Florence, South CarolinaSunday morning september 29, 1957 the Florence morning news Florence. S. C. Page 5-b and another thing by Pat Maceachern morning news woman editor the talk of the town this week has without a doubt been the trea sure Hunt 50 fun Loving couples went to1 last Friday night. The treasure Hunt was a barrel of fun All by itself but the funny stories resulting from the rollicking even ing Are even funnier. The first clue of the even ing was the Duck is clean its Back is dry go watch the Duck Rumba and get your next num Ber. This clue sent All 50 Cou Ples in 50 different directions All Over town. Some people flew to the White Swan laundry on vans because Roz Turbeville dance studio is right across the Street. Guess everyone figured there must be a Duck around the White Swan and Roz would do the Rumba for them. Another Crew of people flew out to Vera Marche Les Home cause they knew Vera could Rhuma and the has a Duck Pond to Boot imagine Louis Marchelites sur prise when he comes out in. The backyard in his Bathrobe to find a Young lady wading around his Duck Pond Oji Asing his ducks and saying in looking for clues the second clue if you found the first one the Neon sign with a moving Duck on top of nulls House and were rummaging around his garage All in All it was a most inter Esting and exciting evening. And it might be explained the reason no one did end up in jail was the situation was explained to the police before the party. What a Ball they knew what was coming last weekend friends of the Louis a panics got together to help the spaniels celebrate their wedding anniversary. And two guesses who baked the cake for the occasion the spaniels in a Stew brides mothers Are usually Florence steam laundry on Coil sent people to a place with Many Points five Points and then to go West Young Man go West one or maybe two Miles. This sounded easy to the Crew of people who went out the Timmonsville High Way. But actually the clue was on boards on three Trees Way out the Hoffmeyer Road this clue was to be or not to be is not the question but to continue on to the playhouse. The playhouse part was a snap the clue was what was hard to find. It was up in the Corner of the ceiling of the front porch of the Little theater. Its a wonder the whole group didst end up in jail the police would have had a Field Day if they and seen All the Happy Hunt ers running around the Little Thea Ter in the Middle of the night with flashlights. All total there were ten clues to find. Another one which gave the Hunters a merry Chase was its parked in. Something Blue Al the Chez Choo Choo. Naturally most of the Hunters thought this was the new kiddies Choo Choo people swarmed Over that place for hours looking for the clue. We heard some people even went out to Pete Thor a Stew Over something the week before the wedding. Last week mrs. Tresco Johnson was in a slew Over a shoe to Wear to bar Baras wedding it seems that while mrs. John son was moving furniture around in the House to get ready for the big Day she broke her toe. Wha to Wear to a formal wedding with a Waltz length dress was the. Reason for being i a Stew Over a shoe. Wedding Bells to ring the engagement of Martha Stikeleather and or. Bob Lang Mann is announced today. Their wedding will take place in Flor ence in november. Martha was graduated from Randolph Macon women College in Lynchburg va., and is a Mem bar of Delta Delta Delta sorority this year she has been employed As a guide at United nations. Bob who is the son of or. And mrs. Alfred g. Langmann of new York City was educated at Phillips Exeter Academy and received his . Degree at Harvard University and Columbia medical College. He has just completed two years on Ler ship at Bellevue Hospital. At present he is stationed at it. Knox ky., serving As Captain in the medical corps. Martha is the daughter of the Charles William Stikeleather of Florence. The Rev. Samuel h. Poston and family wife Bobbie and daughter. Joy Fonda newcomers Welcome to Florence cleanup tips when closing up your summer Home for the Winter be sure to store All bedding clothing and other fabrics in a dry place. In Spect the fabrics and Spray them for insects. Then store the items where insects cannot get at them. For surer Protection against Moths and insects have the woolens Laun dered before storing them since Moths do not favor clean woolens As much As dirty ones. In Addi Tion the woolens will be ready for immediate use next season. Timmonsville clubs meet Timmonsville Garden Timmonsville special the Timmonsville Garden club met at the Home of mrs. W. M. Wall wednesday for the first meeting of the fall season. Mrs. G. S. Atkinson and mrs. Ralph b. Cannon were co hostesses. Mrs. Freeland him president presided and announced that the club had won third place award for yearbooks. It was announced that the District clubs meeting will be held at the Baptist Church in Timmonsville March 12, 1958. The cemetery committee reported that plants and shrubbery would be placed at the main Entrance. Crepe myrtles donated by Clemson col lege will also be planted through Cut the City. Mrs. Ham asked that each club member Plant at least one climb ing Rose in her Garden this fall. The club decided to. Have a Spring Flower show instead of the Holiday House which had been planned earlier. Mrs. Cleo Young program chair Man presented Warren walkup who gave a talk on How to land scape the refreshments were served by the hostesses during the Sofia hour and mrs. Urban r. Pattillo and mrs. Margarel Crumpton were welcomed As guests. Book and Garden the Book and Garden club fret with mrs. T. Carroll player thurs Day afternoon for the september meeting. Mrs. W. R. Beddingfield president presided. Mrs. Charlie Anderson presented the program on Nam ing varieties for this location am the method of cultivation for bes blooms. During the social hour refresh ments were served by the Host Ess. By Pat Maceachern morning news woman s editor Pisgah parsonage on the Hoff Meyer re. Has been without a preacher and family for a Long time however not anymore. About four weeks ago the Rev. S. H. Poston his wife Bobbie and his five month old Daugher Joy Fonda moved in to make their new Home. The Rev. Or. Poston is the newly appointed pastor of the Pis gah and the Pine Grove methodist churches. He came from the St. Mark methodist Church in Char Eston. is a native of Kings ree. He received his . Degree rom Wofford College in 1953 and Lis b. D. From the Candler school of theology Emory University. Mrs. Poston is originally of Phila Delphia miss. She graduated from Millsaps College in Jackson miss where she majored in religion. He did graduated work at Emory in 1954. The pistons met while they were students at Emory. They met again later in Chattanooga Tenn. Where Bobbie was director of Chris Tian education at St. Mark Metho dist Chiroi and he was youth director in the first methodist Church in Hixson Tenn., right out from Chattanooga. Air. Poston also worked As Gray y coach with the Atlanta Myca and in Dalton a. During Seminary years. The pistons were married dec. 20, 1955, in first methodist Church in Philadelphia miss. After their wedding they returned to Atlanta where mrs. Pos Lon taught school. Or. Poston graduated in 1956 from Emory. From Atlanta the couple went to Charleston where Joy Fonda was born. When asked about his new work. Or. Poston said we Are working right now on an Active youth program at both churches and strengthening and organizing he he explained serving two Chur Ches was easy. I preach at Pine Grove Al 10 . And at Pisgah at n . And it works out Beau mrs. Poston and Joy Fonda usually attend the 11 . Service and mrs. Poston says. Joy Fonda just loves to go to Church. She love to listen to her daddy and she pulls her shoes on and off during the entire the Polons Are already All Sel tied in their new Home. Look mighty Good to see a Parson family in the parsonage again. Johh Sonville personals mrs Sam hucks spent the week end with or. And mrs. Bob Wood Crry. Mrs. G. A. Hill has returned o her Home in fair Bluff n.c., after spending a week with her son in Law and daughter or. And mrs. Jim hugging. Mrs. John Caster is a patient at Burce Hospital in Florence mrs. Mike Brown of Columbia was the weekend guest of her parents or. And mrs. Talmadge Eadon. Or. And mrs. Lee Rowan miss belly Lee Rowan and Hal Rowan were guests of or. And mrs. 0. L. Avent sunday evening while Enro Ute to their Home in George town after spending the weekend in Marion with or. And mrs. Neil Padgett. F. Hanna was a visitor in Kingstree Friday where he at tended the annual meeting of the Santee Coop. The Rev. George r. Herndon motored to Florence Friday where he visited mrs. John Caster who is a patient at Bruce Hospital. Or. And mrs. Leray hucks and daughter Sharon Denise mrs. Willie Larrimore and., daughter Mona Marie and Sam hucks re turned Home tuesday from new York. They accompanied sgt. Wil lie Larrimore who sailed from new York for three years duty in Germany. Elmer Huggins a freshen Al Clemson College was a recent weekend guest of his parents or and mrs. K. N. Huggins. Or. And met. Brice gaster and John Caster visited mrs. John Caster at Bruce Hospital in Flor ence sunday. Mrs. Bob Woodberry mrs. Sam hucks Sylvia Joe and Betty Lou Woodberry visited or. And mrs. William f. Woodberry in the Muddy Creek Community sunday aft old for new or. And mrs. Garland Floyd of Lake City were recent guests of ice parents or. And mrs. Hous on Tanner. Mrs. K. N. Huggins and miss Fleta Avant attended the pee Dee District meeting of the South car Olina Home demonstration coun cil held at May Wood school i n Sumter saturday. They also took a Lour of the Palmetto Pigeon farm and the Iris gardens. Mrs. Sam Altman spent Friday with her Mother mrs. Pete pros per who. Is a patient in a Flor ence Hospital. Or. And mrs. Arthur Haselden of Hemingway were guests of or. And mrs. 0. L. Avant thursday. 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