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Bluefield Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - November 21, 1960, Bluefield, West Virginia Entertained at lunch miss Carolyn Hoskins Bride elect of j t. Coffman is shown seated above with her Mother. Mrs. W. W. Hoskins at the Home of mrs. R. S. Brown hostess right standing and mrs. S. C. Rush hostess standing left. Miss Hoskins will wed saturday november 26, at the first presbyterian Church. Her Fiancee is John Turner Coffman of Bluefield. New ideas for thanksgiving dinner by Sylvia Windle Humphrey for their first thanksgiving dinner the pilgrims ate foods that they found in the new world a wild Turkey wild Cranberry Indian Squash and traditionally we serve our modern versions of the same foods on thanksgiving Day. How fitting that we should give crumbs thanks in i960 for the autumn celery doubt longed for. Fresh Apple cavities and crops of it Cornish turnovers dressed with a tart hens. Close openings with skew sauce made with fresh Lemons ers and lace lightly with string Complete a meal for which we tie legs together fold wings should be truly thankful now in Hack and under rub skin of each mrs. Brown mrs. Rush entertain mrs. R s. Brown and mrs s. C. Rush were hostesses to a luncheon saturday at mrs Brown s Home on Fairfield ave nue in Honor of miss Carolyn Hoskins Bride elect of John Turner Coffman about 12 guests were present for the seated luncheon which i consisted of Ham. Asparagus and cheese sauce Cranberry salad on lettuce hot miniature Rolls of fee White Pink and Green parfait. Those attending in addition to the honoree and hostesses were mrs. . W. Hoskins. Mrs. J. M 1 Coffman mrs. Frank comes mrs. Paul Hilliard mrs. J. R. Cameron mrs. Max Hammer. Mrs. Louise Wetzel mrs. Paul Holm and daughter Johanna. A Pink and Green color scheme was carried out and the dining table Centrepiece consisted of dried Floral arrangements with a Cornucopia holding fruits and nuts. On the three individual tables j i Crystal inverted goblets featured porcelain wedding Hells in Pink i malines bows tied with White rib Bon and Lily of the Valley. The honoree was presented Lour Blue China Coffee mugs in her second China pattern. She was1 i Given a Rose Flower pin in her favorite color of Blue with Matching Scarf. The hostesses were assisted by their daughters Sara brow and Laura Jane Rush. Bluefield doily Telegraph monday nov. 21, 1960 5 the twentieth Century. Cornish Hen with Sweet potato stuffing use 12 cups mashed Sweet potato 4 2 Tablespoons instant with melted butter or Margarine place on rack in a shallow baking pan roast uncovered in preheated so degree oven for hour or until Brown and tender cups toasted bread to serves 8 cup fiely chopped Montcalm up to has musical preparing a thanksgiving Box for one of the needy families to be provided for by the first presbyterian Church the senior High Fellowship officers Are shown above As they work on placing canned foods and Holiday decorations in their Box of food. Left to right they Are Tina Roach out visits to and from Quarry Quarry a a or. And mrs John Bliss of Clifton forge. Va., spent the weekend with her sizes. Mrs. Syble Atwell and miss Flor ence flattery her Brothers. John and Paul flattery or. And mrs. Chester Poore of Abingdon. For and mrs Paul Lee and son. Or. And mrs Bill to Barrett and Jojo All of Saltville a recently visited their parents i and mrs Robert l Barrett. Mrs. Ruth Patrick and c h i Dren of Lynchburg aare visit reach chairman Judy Crews Faith commission chairman Ella Hosmer vice president Carol Coffman president Judy Mcguire Secretary treasurer and Paul Thomas Fellowship chairman. Or. And mrs. Wayne Hager Are advisors to the group Rise Mcclung is the witness chairman. Club Calendar Calendar Golden Lemon sauce the november meeting of the foods gathered from our modern minted onion 6 sausage links is i use cup sugar i table Montcalm a to met last tues Harvest a fresh fruits and Teaspoon ground Black Pepper spoon cornstarch i Teaspoon a in the auditorium pres be vegetables found not Only where Tea spoon ground thyme i Tea Salt 4 cup cold water cup apr minister of the Church of they were grown like three Hun spoon ground Marjoram. 4 Tea boiling water. I egg Yolk 3 Christ at Duhring. Led the devoured it ears ago. But in markets spoon ground Sage. 3 Tablespoons Tablespoons fresh Lemon jul lll0n All Over the country. Newly de butter or Margarine 8 i Teaspoon grated Lemon 2 table the business session was Coil eloped Cornish Hen stuffed Pound Cornish hens spoons butter or Margarine. Ducted by the president mrs. With fresh Sweet potato and Sau Combine first 4 ingredients in Combine first three Ingrodi Uno Anc con5llrte a Sage served with fresh Mush a mixing bowl. Cut sausage links a nos a a Saucepan. Add cold in in 0 the rooms awl Parsley quickly into Vinch pieces Brown and water and a mix we a gradually Ltd a Hwy a mectin1 a French Fried for an extra Gour add to the mixture discard fat. Str in boiling water Cook Over reports from the chair met touch _ and a salad of blend the remaining ingredients. Medium beat until Clear and med minutes of the treasurer s re flesh greens that the Pilgrim no mix Well and spoon into the body cum thick stirring constantly. To the next meeting was announced to be december 13 when is a laxative dangerous appendicitis is one of our worst killers and Only because of neglecting to get medical attention in time. Most fatal cases develop when taking a laxative or rat Hartie to relieve stomach or abdominal pains one of the symptoms. That is write a laxative of ant Home remedy should Only be secured from a pharmacist. A ran caution Yeti against unsafe use and Tell you when a physician s advice is preferable. Your imm Tor can phone us when you need a Medicine. Pick up your prescription of shopping nearby or we will deliver promptly without extra charge. A great Many people entrust us with their prescriptions. May we compound yours a 5-7121 Goodykoontz Rexall store Corner Blond and South Street prescription chemists "2 Way radio delivery service Quot copyright i960 to 1 minutes. I Eta Yolk nod ourth of h Jih Jafs i in Man in rat i to ii amp t Hui r a to #4 Elir sent my the program. Room count monday 5 to pm. A Virginia Asher bib c Council dinner with program at 6 ,10 . Featuring the James Davidsons missionaries to Peru. S. A. 7 of . A Canandaigua sub District Quot Booth festival at Athens methodist Church. Food brought will go to children s Home in Beckley. Or. A Coleman Brown director. Members of Council will give thanksgiving pig Tim. Athens my special music. Wit i he a avs Owca 7.43 . East River counci1 no. 41 social meeting at the or. And in b Sessor is Iii at Hiing her Kay so j ame Home. Or. A recently with m family. Recent visitors in the Taylor Home have been or. Atte mrs sat William and daughters. Misses Libby and Janet Reedy or and mrs. Bobby Hosston ail of Bristol. Va., or. Atte mrs c p. Brie key or. And Preston of Richlands a. Or. And mrs. James monday Church. Executive Board meet. Note Mercer county a to coun ing at 1 30 . Hostess Ara cil meeting has been postponed miss Birtha Deaton mrs. A v. Until november 28, a Knob Joyce. Mrs. G. W. Lave under. School. Princeton Ami or s. James Martin. No p in a Cumberland Garden Union Mission Aux club will meet at West v i r Mir nil meet in liar Hilt on Gimian hotel for luncheon and Hall of b and Street met Bod in program. Church with mrs. Harry heat of pm. A i do at Trinity Ham As guest speaker gradually into the mixture. Cook i minute stirring constantly. Apple turnovers with Golden Lemon Salce pastry using 3 cups flour or 11 a pastry mix 6 medium boxes was taken and mrs. Halls fourth Grade won the attendance ban Ner. Or. Kinsinger. Head of the music department of the school presented 1 delightful program a made up of the Junior b a tart biking apples. Nor High g dec Guys some of 1 cup inkling water 4 cup Jioie Tion they Sang were sugar 4 Teaspoon Salt 1 Tea a a prayer f0r a Quot we spoon ground cinnamon. Tea gather together Quot Quot where Ere spoon ground no tact 4 Teaspoons be walk Quot i like it Here butter or Margarine fresh Lemon Sun of the summer night Quot Luce j Quot psalm 124.�?� Quot Jacob s ladder a make pastry using your fax and Many others. C. B. Galate and Ferrell As hostess k Hicks and Jimmy or. And eaglet Hall v20 Princeton a Thomas Taylor All of Saltville a miss Emma Taylor is visiting in Bristol with relatives it mrs. Melvin Allison and mrs Kyle Allison of Allison Gap a spent a Day at week with mrs. John Taylor and miss Emma Onue mrs. Mrs. Hazel is. S of pm Logan Street school p to at the school with guest speaker or. Charles d dowdy psychologist with Bluefield mental health Center. Native of Taylor. Ashland. A and educated at yjr<5 Vinso Clapp Jean a Pittsburg and William and and Kay and miss Ida Mao Jones Mary College came to Blue Vig Ted mrs Maggie Snow re j Field two months ago seemly in new Quarry a tuesday or. And mrs. Lloyde Pierce Loon am a Bluefield i net Anifa Mark visited in Chen Burc j Auto Loans a a a Orite recipe or use Nasty mix Hie Junior choir consisted of is s executive committee at a Whf i parents. Or. And set aside Wash Peel Core and 101 boys and girls and the sen Owca in Bluefield mrs. Andy Pierce and family. Cut apples into eighths. Place in Lor choir 56. The boy s choir 4 00 pm. Fairview a teen Douglas Osborne of Long Beach a Saucepan with boiling water consisting of 17 boys. Sang Quot sea Friendship party at we \ in Calif. Is visiting relatives and cover and Cook gently to min Chanty a Quot eight group til 6 p in Lite or until apples Are tender singing led by or. Kinsinger wednesday Cool. Stir in sugar Salt and Quot Corning round the a m Bridge c spices. Divide pastry dough i Toft and Quot getting to know _ Owca. Equal parts Roll a Inch thick into the meeting was adjourn p in 7-Inch circles. De with the senior choir singing of Owca invert a 6 4 Inch bread and Quot Benediction a butter plate on each and Cut there was approximately 400 in around it with a pointed knife or attendance pastry wheel. Place 4 cup a pie mixture on one Side of each. Kofi of rot in Dampen edges with a Little water. Ing Sicrie of Ujj fold dough Over in half Moon a a if to Othor fashion. Press edges together Fuget i Goetner tightly and crimp with a he gleaners class and the old clip a a p i a bake on a greased Cooky sheets or Bible class of the in a preheated hot oven 425 of Church of the Nazarene met in a pc Sec work Brown Day Mann the Home of mrs. S at friends in the Quarry area mrs. Mae Mumpower and miss Ellen French spent the weekending Glade Soring a. With the Bluefield Art i Lub Raymond Terry family. Sunday guests of or. Everett l. Hicks. Hazel and Ruth Weir or and mrs. Carroll Hicks and or. And saturday 00 p in. A Bluefield country club dinner a dance dinner family of Allison Gap a. Served from 74 30 . Dane and mrs. John Heath. Or compare our loan Cost with that of and other Lender. We believe you # will w ant to finance your car Here the commercial Bank of Bluefield w. A. Member f . Ing 9 to i a in. With music by Fred Button and his lamp liners of Wytheville. Mrs. Ervin Hick of Glade Spring a mrs Jim Bise of Marion. A. Or. And mrs. Lousious Thompson of Plum Creek. A. Branch Parent a teacher a action of Bluewell school held the a your furs Are treated preciously during our gleaning and glazing process. 30 minutes or until lightly de. Serve with Golden Lemon Mary Kinder on Grassy sauce i Road. The meeting a opened with re ular monthly meeting at the the group singing Quot have thine sc00 is b s la do. De own Way prayer was of emotional chairman presenting the lure from Matthew 25 was read Quot we italian on being thankful always and not just during the season. We Are the Only Cleoner in Bluefield certified by nid to clean or Globe furs Don t forget your thanksgiving cleaning Richmond cleaners amp laundry i South St a t-s294�?iluifllld, . A. D by mrs. A. D. Nee be. Business was discussed and new officers elected As follows or. Carl Jone president mrs. Mamie Fumble Secretary treasurer mrs. A. D. Neece. Devotional chairman and publicity. The pastor s wife mrs. Frank Spiker was presented with a birthday gift and beautifully decorated cake from the members William Anderson principal introduced several students who demonstrated the Sra a Reading program being taught in Mercer county. The business meeting was presided Over by the vice president mrs. Leonard a a. Scott. The ways and Means committee reported refreshments were served the 17 hot 1"�?o? cute a car sold 10 members and an hour o Friend Fimi Ceta ship was enjoyed. The group was dismissed with prayer by Rev Spiker. St. Paul personals or. End mrs. E. I. Manually in the school had As recent guests. Or. Man Uel s sister and brother-in-1 a War. And mrs. Howard Ollis of Erwin Tenn. Or. And mrs. Willis Collins of Marion va., were recent guest of her sister and brother in Law. Or. And mrs. Charles Culbert i son. Room count was won by mrs Anderson s sixth Grade the homeroom mothers presented each teacher with a Beautiful fall mum in Honor of american education week held recent lord. For the erring thought not into evil wrought lord for the wicked will betrayed and baffled still for the heart from itself kept. Our thanksgiving accept a William Dean Howells <1837-1920> my buy an All electric clothes dryer satisfaction guaranteed. Or your Money Back electricity is your better Way to dry clothes Power Compart icam be. Ii ref discover How your Money can grow at our current dividend explore the possibilities Tor Tinon Ciol growth uttered by our present generous dividend Rote. Open a lovings account Here and Odd to it regularly. See How the Money that your Money earns Tor you Here helps to swell the totals in your savings Book to dreams come Truo Sise. Now is the time to get started 3 i current dividend come in or mail Check to #irsts383refsbswi Federal savings loan association Bluefield Blond b Ramsey Bluefield w. Be. Come in l Feder i and Loi i of died fruits you la be coming to town oftener these Days and nights. So plan to enjoy the food and hospitality of the hotel Matz dining room. In a spacious atmosphere the Matz offers the finest american food at consistently moderate prices. Come for luncheon. 75c up. Come for a special monday dinner from 98c up. And you la see the Matz does it at no sacrifice of Fine service the Matz provides free parking to overnight and meal time guests on Raleigh St. And can serve around too in the private banquet room with Speed and efficiency. Ask or. Wilson about open dates. Mil k or Mack will be open All Day wednesday. So shop Early or late for thanksgiving goodies. Swift s Butterball turkeys. 17 lbs or up. 47c to. Swifts Premium breakfast Bacon. 55c la Clover Dew egg nog 69c it. Pure ground beef 49c la. Morton s Frozen family size pumpkin pies 39c each Large iceberg lettuce 18c head Large Bunches Pascal celery 2-29c . No. I red Tokay grapes 2 ids.-25c. Golden Sweet potatoes Nice baking size. 8c la. Mick or Mack has a Good Supply of Large select oysters and country Ham by the i slice real treats Bradley s and their bridal shop can help you find i Quot the Quot dress with the just i right gala look you re wishing for. A simple pastel Wool dress. A Bright satiny or Chiffon dress. A sophisticated brocade Sheath with a very elegant Matching brocade coat. Bradley a by Carlye Ann Fogarty Vera Max Well. Adele Simpson Igor cassin., Estevez and others. Tempting us also behind Bradley Smer slippers in Gold. Red. Olive White Black Brown j Rily blinking window lights Are fancy sweaters j taper pants in luscious velvet or soft Wool some with embroidery appliques and Chiffon. Wool it Cashmere orlon or other sweaters portholes satay Seq med hats. Mink Cape a a ,. T. Stoles. Jewelry and boxes 4711 colognes fancy il0i 0s 0i co Dulon bought Corduroy. Handkerchiefs Cotton or silk blouses by lady quilted print Rayon Nylon or Cotton brushed Manhattan shapely and others. I Amel and Nylon is fictive Monet jewelry hear be. The Quick Stop sup Erette. Ill so. College ave. Bluefield a i a Fine place to buy foods of1 real Quality. Fine meats w hich Arch Smith will Cut to your liking Choice canned goods bakery products by local Bakers fabulous fancies in Frozen foods and the Best nuts and other ingredients for Holiday cakes and cookies be sure to study the Large ins i Independent neighbourhood stores thanksgiving and. And keep in mind that tile quote Stop gives a amp a Green Stamps and stays open from to to to these dates Are important. You have until i Ecio to order personalized Christmas cards. And until dec. 8 to order Rynex personalized stationery from Myr Leve gift shop new tilings at mar epee. Picture frames it of Many sizes from miniature up More milk Glass and a new line of serving dishes in White Green or Gold. Especially mutable for the Holiday season of entertaining. Many pieces Are divided such As a White club and dip dish of important size All. Like the Large Gold salad bowl Fork and spoon Ara very attractive. Some of your Christmas gifts and clothes you of course want to be More lavish More luxurious More dazzling. So j come to the town in v Tweed shop and see Fine sweaters with jewel fasten a i Ings and Long fur shawl col a Many new dresses have been received at j a a a Oit a on saw. Panties gowns. Robes Gay Cotton pyjamas Star steppers

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