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Bluefield Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - November 21, 1970, Bluefield, West Virginia Christmas Bazaar planned a Christmas Bazaar planning committee of the first methodist Church Iaeger met in the Fellowship Hall to discuss final plans for the Bazaar to be held Friday december 5. 6-9 ., and saturday december 5, to . 5 At the Church. Lunch will be served beginning at la . On saturday it will consists of an assortment of sandwiches potato salad potato chips soft drinks Coffee cake and pie. The Bazaar will feature six tables of items and there will be a fish Pond for the children. The following people Are working with the chairman mrs. William p. Mccomas mrs. J. H. Carter bakery goods mrs. Carl Keyser and mrs. W. S. Burdette Small items mrs. Harry Pauley attic Tea sures and Antiques mrs. E. K. Whitley jr., Christmas shop mrs. C. E. Francisco sr., children a goodies mrs. Edward Ward stitchery mrs. S. E. Ward aprons mrs. Manuel Are Ito fish Pond and mrs. Frank Bussey the lunch. Also helping with the plans were mrs. Lois Christian mrs. James Willard or. And mrs. Earl Eschbach and Rev. William p. Mccomas pastor. My people reviewed in Hadassah mrs. Fred b. Richmond president of Bluefield Branch Law was guest speaker for the Bluefield Princeton chapter of Hadassah a paid up membership dinner served Buffet style in aha Vath Holm Temple. She reviewed the Book my people by Abba Eban who writes the Story As a scholar philosopher and historian. The Book reflects the vision the fact and the myth which compare the life and thought of the jewish people. Mrs. Richmond pointed out that in this Book one can share Abba Eban a insight of jewish ideas and identity and their reflections on the Miracle of Israel s persistence from Antiquity to modern times. The speaker stated that the Story is of a people who believe the future is As important As the past and that there is a us prior dimension that gives purpose and vitality to the human struggle. Its an unfinished Story and a history that is being made. The opening prayer was Given by mrs. Bruce Goldwasser. Mrs. Ivan Platnick. President presided and extended greetings to members and welcomed Back mrs. Fred Gilbert who has been ill and a guest. Miss Ann dim sister of mrs. Gilbert. Officer reports were read and by committee chairmen program. Mrs. H. Bergstein who announced the next meeting would be in january a joint meeting with the sisterhood and b Nai by Rith. Definite plans will be announced. Mrs. Bergstein introduced the speaker. At the close of the meeting a a nearly new table of items was displayed with proceeds going to Hadassah projects. Board members prepared and served a variety of their special dishes of food and served As hostesses mesdames r. Rosenthal d. Katz h. Finkelman y. Barbakow n. Effron f. Gilbert h. Bergstein a. Put Nick j. Siegel m. Tomchin a Weinberg and s. Milchin. Prunes add new style to pumpkin pie. Snip tender pitted prunes and add to the pie filling for new flavor and texture in a traditional thanksgiving favorite. Prune plus pumpkin equals pie with Pizazz traditional though thanksgiving dinner May be most families enjoy at least one new touch each year particularly if its a variation on an old favorite. Pumpkin pie for instance takes on exciting new style and flavor with the addition of succulent pitted prunes. Their Rich fruity flavor chewy texture and deep color set off the spicy creamy pumpkin filling and give it fresh Appeal even to family members and guests who usually Settle for a just a taste since its thanksgiving. Equally satisfying is the ease of preparation a As simple As opening a package of Sun Sweet pitted prunes. They re moist and tender need no pre cooking or softening before be and Best of All a no pits. Just snip the dimpled prunes As they come from the package add some nuts and Apricot preserves and the luscious fruit layer for the pie is ready. Say some of the mixture to top the pie too. If you want to establish a new tradition in thanksgiving desserts at your House bring out a Rich and creamy prune Chiffon pie. Here too pitted prunes go from package to pie without cooking to add texture and flavor to a delicate airy filling. And since thanksgiving is a two dessert dinner in Many Homes Why not offer both prune pumpkin and prune Chiffon pies to top off the feast. Prune pumpkin pie one package <12 of pitted prunes snipped it cup chopped walnuts 3 t. Apricot preserves i 10-Inch unbaked pie Shell. I can <1 la pumpkin 2 eggs slightly beaten it cup Brown sugar firmly packed 1-two-thirds cups Light Cream or i can <13 of evaporated milk i t. Cinnamon h t. Ginger it t. Salt. Combine snipped prunes nuts and preserves and in i x births or. And mrs. Willie Blaine Myers of route i Cedar Bluff. Va., Are parents of their first child a son Jerry Eugene born thursday november 19, b i u a Field sanitarium 8 pounds 6 ounces. Mother is former Eleanor Frances Sluss. Features 1 00-4 30-8 00 now showing Winner of 6 Academy awards presents acrid Pona production David lean s film of Boris Pasternak doctor shh ago m Wanax Islon and Uetro color minutes longer or until knife inserted in Center of pie comes out clean. Remove from oven and Cool slightly. Gently spoon reserved prune mixture around Edge of pie. Makes to to 12 Servings. Prune Chiffon pie use 1-v< cups finely crushed Gingersnap crumbs i cup butter softened i envelope in Flavoured Gelatin 4 cup sugar is t. Salt 2 eggs separated Lvi cups milk it t. Almond extract i cup heavy Cream whipped. Combine Gingersnap crumbs with butter and press into Bottom and sides of 9-Inch p i e pan. Bake in preheated 3 50 degrees f. Oven for about to minutes. Cool completely before filling. Combine Gelatin. A cup of sugar and Salt in top of double boiler. Beat egg Yolks and milk together and add to Gelatin mixture. Cook Over boiling water stirring constantly until Gelatin is dissolved. Remove from heat and stir in Almond extract. Chill mixture to custard like con a is ency and stir1 in it Rani Joed prunes. Beat egg Whites until Foamy. Beat stiff adding remaining sugar gradually. Fold into Gelatin mixture along with whipped Cream. Pour into Gingersnap crust. Chill until firm. Makes 8 to to Servings. Wom Sale Bluefield. Va., Calendar saturday 9 30 . A Bluefield a. And a club rummage Spring Street. 4 30 9 30 . A Macedonia shrine rummage Sale 201 Federal Street 4 30 9 30 . A Kappa chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority will have a bake Sale at Penneys. 10 00 . Owca Pigtail tot hour at y Center. 6 a A Bluefield Assembly 48 org to Honor parents with dinner in masonic Temple. Births Well. Reserve i cup for Topping and spread rest of mixture in or. And mrs. Darrel Richard Bottom of pie Shell. Combine Macaroni 210 school Street remaining ingredients and mix Bluefield Are parents of their Well. Pour into pie Shell Over first child a daughter Darci prune mixture. Bake in pre j Leigh born thursday novem heated 425 degrees f. Oven 15 Ber 19, Bluefield sanitarium 7 minutes. Reduce heat to 350 pounds 7 ounces. Mother is the degrees f. And bake about 50 i former Sharon Reid Hoback. Fincastle stockholder dinner set a special dinner for the stockholders Only of Fincastle country club is being planned by manager de Chalkley. The dinner will be Buffet style monday november 23, served from 6-6 45 Stockholders Are asked to make reservations but no families please. The Buffet will feature Steamboat round of beef. A stockholders Are urged to attend both the dinner and the business meeting which begins at 7 30 Valley club Board hears reports the Valley woman s club executive Board had a report session at the Home of mrs. Marvin Wilson with la members attending. Mrs. Jack Gilmore president called the meeting to order. Reports were Given by the Secretary mrs. Haden Wimmer treasurer mrs. Walter Blankenship. Correspondence was read. Mrs. Benjamin Demarie health and welfare reminded members of the thanksgiving project. Each member will be visiting a senior citizen in the Community and presenting gifts during thanksgiving week. Mrs. Walter Blankenship reported that five members of the club had recently visited the Mercer county Day care Center on the new Hope Road concerning a proposed project for the club. The purpose and needs of the Day care Center were explained in detail. The Board voted As a recommendation to the club to Purchase curtains for the school and to give a Christmas party for the children. Mrs. Wimmer. Community improvement chairman announced that the Green Valley cub scout troop no. 32 would have a pack meeting and urged members to attend since the club is sponsoring the scouts. Mrs. J. A. Tabor or. And mrs. E. Ray Conner reported on the Community improvement program seminar held at Pipestem which they attended representing the Valley woman a club. Mrs. Tabor called to the members attention More recent Adverse publicity about our state. The women a clubs Are joining together to try to combat this kind of publicity against West Virglnia. Mrs. Charles Steele education reported on american education week at the two schools in the Community. The teachers were honoured and prizes Given for poster contest As of tour project mrs. E. C. Umber Ger jr., cancer reported that Mercer county had rated fourth in the state in contributions to cancer mrs. Wilson social discussed plans for the Christmas social to be held december i at the Tow in country restaurant. The member will Exchange gifts. Mrs. A. D. Houldsworth program reminded members that the november meeting would be at the Greenview methodist Church with or. Cloyd p. Arm Brister As guest speaker on a consumer mrs. Conner ways and Means displayed tote bags club project. Mrs. Walter Blankenship read a note from mrs. Velma Canary advising the club that her Mother. Mrs. Ida Johnson who is a charter member is now in a nursing Home. Her address is medical care Faal Tity 1575 Sun Crest drive Lapeer mice. 48448. Mrs. Johnson a birthday was november 18 a dessert course was served by mrs. Wilson. Oes grand officers visit Northfork circles meet Bluefield daily Telegraph saturday nov. 21, 1970 5 Northfork West Virginia grand officers of Eastern Star visited Northfork chapter 99 at the masonic Hall Northfork. They were entertained at a Buffet dinner with the tables decorated in keeping with the thanksgiving season. Worthy Matron Neo Wall welcomed 45 grand officers past officers and guests. The meeting was conducted by worthy Matron Wall and worthy Patron Roy Keesee. Following the ritualistic opening grand officers introduced included w. R. Martin Patron Ripley Maxine f. Justice Matron Gauley Bridge Pearl Lumpkins representative. Kimball Ethel Little representative Bluefield Joan Thomson Esther of Montgomery Esther m. Meadows past Matron Charleston Virginia Price Martha of Pineville. There Are 19 worthy matrons and patrons currently in office and eight past matrons and patrons from Princeton. Bluefield Rock. Kimball Pageton Iaeger Welch and Pineville who were Given recognition. During the ceremony of initiation. Fletcher Hutchins received the degree of the order. Martin gave a talk on the years projects which include cancer youth and Estral. Mrs. Justice urged the chapter to participate in the projects. She was honoured with a Reading by Eva Farmer and on behalf of the members Gertrude shame Len presented her a gift. She was also presented a Money Corsage. The chapter presented Martin a gift of Money. A social hour followed in the Fellowship Hall and hostesses were Lou Williams Betty Lodolo and Vilda Robertson. Circles meet Mabel Young Circle of the Northfork Baptist Church Goldie Slusher hostess heard mrs. Zelma Cameron give the Devo my grand opening tuesday november 24, 1970 come in and Register tuesday nov. 24 through saturday nov. 28 for free door prize. $20.00 permanent wave la French Beauty Salon 3230 Cumberland Road phone 325-9300 Bluefield w. Vation a teach us to Pray a mrs. Slusher gave the love gift meditation Quot the spirit of thanksgiving a and a poem a we thank Lou Williams read minutes and communications mrs. Walford Dillard gave treasurers report. The meeting closed with the singing of a Ablest be the tie a and prayer by mrs. Cameron. A social hour followed honouring mrs. Cameron who is leaving with her husband Rev. Cameron for a new Church at Elizabeth. The group presented her a gift from the Circle and surprised her with a Towel Shower. The hostess served pumpkin pie. The next meeting will be in the Home of mrs. Williams on december 3 Small gifts will be exchanged. Willing workers mrs. Robert Lewis was hostess to the willing workers Circle of the Northfork Baptist Church. Miss Michaeline Gwyn co chairman presented prayer was led by Mary Gwyn. Mrs. Lewis gave the Devotion a sweeping Over the City. During the business session dues Mission Money and Flower fund were turned in and reports Given. Lois Graham reminded members of the general Mission society meeting. Myrtle Davis gave the love gift meditation. A god is still the december meeting feature a potluck dinner members exchanging gifts. Family Buffet set sunday at Fincastle Fincastle county club will serve a family Buffet sunday november 22, from 12 noon to 2 And from 6-8 Please make reservations. Miss hash is party honoree a miscellaneous pre bridal Shower was Given for miss Karen Anne hash Bride elect of Barnes Louthan. The guests were received at the Home of miss Betty Pasley. The honoree was presented a Corsage of White carnations. Games were played with gifts being distributed to the winners sue Louthan Mildred Short and Sandy Gillespie. The Bride to be was presented an array of useful gifts after which refreshments were served. Mrs. Robert c. Hash Mother of the prospective Bride and mrs. M. R. Louthan. Mother of the prospective bridegroom were present they Are to be wed on saturday december 12. Matoaka Calendar Matoaka a the women a missionary Union of the Matoaka Baptist Church will observe a week of prayer for foreign missions at the Church beginning sunday november 29, to sunday december 6. The theme will be a joyfully go boldly the Weyanoke Church of god is sponsoring a thanksgiving dinner at the Church. Saturday. November 21, beginning at 12 noon through 5 The dinner will be Ham or Turkey. The Matoaka Christian menus Fellowship will meet in regular session in the Fellowship Hall of the Church. Saturday. November 28. At 7 President r. C. 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