Florence Morning News Newspaper Archives Dec 17 1970, Page 6

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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - December 17, 1970, Florence, South CarolinaFrances Ellis Mildred editor auit Tant i Arontt of timing 6-a thursday december 17, 1970 Here s a Holiday snack the Branch consultant gives talk on Paauw Fellowship or. Mary Eva Kite Branch consultant from the state division was a guest at the december meeting of the Florence Branch of the american association o f University women. Or. Kite is a retired educator and presently serving on the South Carolina Council for aging. The Florence Branch has traditionally devoted i t s december meeting to Paauw graduate work. In 1953 a fellowships with the proceeds million Dollar endowment was placed in an irrevocable Trust. Had phase of Paauw s work fulfil the purposes of Paauw that of continuing intellectual growth of the individual the further ing of education and the advancement of women in society. It is the Only fund raising project of the association. The first Grant of 350 was made in 1888 for graduate study in English and these cond of in 1890 for latin of an auction of hand made and Home baked items going to Paauw s National and International program of graduate awards to women. Or. Kite guest speaker gave a Brief history of fellowships and emphasized the importance of the pro Gram. The fellowships awards More than any other new shipment Parka raincoats 400 Gladstone s dress shop open Mon. Thru Fri. Til 9 p. M. By 1965, awards been made to women representing the u. S. And 61 other countries. In South Carolina at the present time Are four women who have earned their doctorates through the Paauw fellowships program. The South Carolina state division of Paauw is establishing the Jessie Stokely Burnett endowment honouring its first state president who still lives in this state. Mrs. F. Leslie Long presi Dent presided and miss Camille Levy served As auctioneer. Mrs. John Thornton and mrs. Long were hostesses for the meeting. Douglas son or. And mrs. John Douglas or. Announce the birth of a son John Hayward Fowler Iii on nov. 27. By Cecily Brownstone associated press food editor to serve with Holiday drinks Here s a pretty idea. Using various spreads form them into Ball shapes. Arrange the balls interspersed with Cherry tomatoes and pimiento stuffed olives in Wreath fashion on a round tray. Because the balls Are rolled in chopped walnuts minced Parsley and Coconut you la have an attractive array. Here Are the recipes for the spreads. Devised Ham balls 1 package 3 ounces Cream cheese softened 1 can via ounces devised Ham 1 Teaspoon paprika 1 cup finely chopped walnuts mix cheese Ham and paprika with cup of the walnuts chill. Form into 24 balls and Roll in remaining walnuts chill. Live Wurst balls 1 package 3 ounces Cream cheese softened 1 can 4% ounces live Wurst spread Teaspoon instant minced onion Teaspoon Worcestershire sauce Tabasco sauce to taste cup minced fresh Parsley mix cheese live Wurst onion Worcestershire and Tabasco chill. Form into 25 balls and Roll in Parsley chill. Corned beef balls 1 package 3 ounces Cream cheese softened 1 can 4% ounces corned beef spread 3 Tablespoons drained crushed pineapple Christmas Wreath various spreads Are used to form colourful balls and Are interspersed with Cherry tomatoes and olives. Cup minced fresh Parsley cup finely chopped walnuts mix cheese corned beef and pineapple chill. Form into 12 to 15 balls and Roll in a mix Ture of the Parsley and walnuts chill. Chicken balls 1 package 3 ounces Cream cheese softened 1 can 4% ounces Chicken spread 1-3 cup finely chopped slivered almonds 1 Tablespoon Mayonnaise 2 Teaspoons finely chopped Chutney 1 to Teaspoons Curry powder 1 cup flaked Coconut mix cheese Chicken spread almonds Mayonnaise Chutney and Curry chill. Form into 18 to 20 balls and Roll in Coconut chill. Hyman family has first reunion irregulars due to Lack of food bulk in your diet o Neil s Antiques gifts i55 w. Palmetto Street Florence s. C. Christmas gifts arriving daily gifts such As Williamsburg accessories lighting fixtures lamp shades picture China. See our bargain table. Furniture framing the family of j. E. Hyman met at 1 ., dec. 13, at Beaulah free will Baptist Church in the social Hall at Bazen Crossroads Pamplico. The Church pastor the Rev. Sam Truett gave a devotional. Following dinner everyone gathered in the Church for the program. A Welcome was Given by t. T. Hyman jr., speaker for the program. Opening prayer was Given by Wesley dowdy. The immediate children of ladies juniors ready to Wear Hedy originals downtown Florence gourmet foods items from All Over the world. Delicatessen and bakery specials this week Holiday party items fresh clams or oysters in the Shell 1 Doz. Cooked shrimp for cocktails or 4 j shrimp platters la. Zyc live Maine lobsters pick your own from our tanks hard or Genoa Salami thin sliced to order la. Sliced boiled Ham la. 99c onion or Blue cheese dip la. Large Dill pickles 2 for25c Domestic Swiss cheese la. Med. Sharp Daisy cheese la. Great for hrs d oeuvres ladies place your orders now for cooked ready to serve Complete Holiday meals baked Turkev dinner 12lbs. Before cooking includes 2 lbs. Dressing 2 lbs. Cranberry sauce 1 it. Green Beans 1 it. Turkey Gravy 1 Doz. Dinner Rolls 95 baked Hickory smoked Ham 12 lbs. Before cooking includes 1 it. Yams 1 it. Green Beans 2 lbs. Cran. Sauce 95 1 Doz. Dinner Rolls a. I 4 j. E. Hyman were asked to come to the front of the Church for recognition. They were As follows Layde h. Evans Pamplico Tennie Hyman sr., Pamplico Ossie Hyman Pamplico Christine h. Calcutt com Mander nursing Home and j. L. Hyman Mulbrough by. Each of their children stood and were counted in representation of their parents. Pic Tures of the group were taken by Teddy Hyman. Mrs. Layde h. Evans told the family history to the 56 members present. The misses Ettaphine and Vickie Hyman Sang t w o Christmas carols accompanied by miss Janet Poston pianist. A prayer was Given by listen Hyman or. Calendar thursday . Green acres Garden club with mrs. Wil Liam Dickey 507 Whitman ave. . Wisteria Garden club with mrs. C. D. Jer Nigan 1212 Gregg ave. Mrs. L. L. Saucier mrs. Collins miser and mrs. J. E. Mcleod hostesses. . West Haven Gar Den club at mrs. G. W. Eel lingers 907 w. Palmetto St., with mrs. Marion Barnes mrs. Clyde Barnes and mrs. Fred Jones hostesses. . Woodland Gar Den club with mrs. B. E. Gill 1512 Jackson ave. . Greenwood Gar Den club at Rebecca Manor Pamplico hwy., Chris Mas party. 8 Ebenezer Home and Garden club at mrs. G. W. Be lingers with mrs. Emmett Tolson mrs. B. J. Blackwell and mrs. A. G. Burden hostesses. 8 Florence Kernel club at Florence museum. Guest speaker. Friday 3 World War i auxiliary to Barracks 718 with mrs. Ray Dirugeris 809 s. Nashua or. Gift Exchange. All members of the reunion decided to elect officers and make this an annual event. The program closed in prayer by James c. Keefe. The reunion was organized by Bobbie h. Collins and or. And mrs. T. T. Hyman or. Timmonsville the Timmonsville study club met for its Christmas meeting at the Home of mrs. R. E. Carter with mrs. Warren g. Saverance or. As hostess. Mrs. C. R. Patten presented tie speaker mrs. Edgar g. Keeps whose program was entitled the Christmas mrs. Keels told of a group of moravian who believed in peace and have sometimes suffered for that belief. They came to this country from Middle Europe and from generations of persecutions to leave their continuing Mark on the life around them. Every Christmas for generations the eyes of other southerners have turned to them and to their Center at Winston Salem n. C. She explained that they Are a musical Folk a singing Folk and in the Holiday season their City originally old Salem has always rung with reverent Melody. Some have termed the Community the Christmas As in very few others in the country has the feeling of Christ s presence been so Strong. Continuing she said Here also it is a children s Christmas planned to give the Young a particular part in honouring the baby who Lay that night in the Manger. On Christmas All of whatever age join in a sym Bolic rite meeting together As Early christians did to pm p h a s i z e the Bond of the speaker continued saying this Unity of brethen began in the 1450 a and she mentioned Many of their customs of former years trac ing them until the present time. One practice particularly outstanding i the Way they feature the Manger scene each their favorite Christmas songs year. Mrs. Keels Sang one of As a Solo. Following the program mrs. Saverance read a prayer poem entitled More of Jesus in my guests were invited into the dining room where the table was overlaid with a red Christmas party cloth and featured an arrangement of red roses and White and Green fruit interspersed with Green candles in a Silver Container. A three course Turkey dinner was served. Guests found their places at Small tables decorated in the Christmas Motif. After dinner a gift Exchange was held. Young daughter or. And mrs. Steve Young announce birth of a daughter Stacy Elizabeth on dec. 9 at the Mcleod infirmary. They have one other child Stephen who is months old. Mrs. Young is the former miss Frances Odom of Darl tap s gift galleries 1215 w. Evans Florence . Your Complete Christmas shopping store open Mon thru Fri 9 . To 9 Sat 9 . To 6 A family photographers serving Florence since 1918 Brush oils direct color Blackmon s studio phone 669-6273 open 9 a. M. Til 8 p. M. Mon. Thru Fri. From now til Christmas party Pant suits jump suits and party dresses off the House of personal service Miriam phone 669-6233 203 Cherokee rd., Florence s. C. Prices on above dinners Good thru dec. Custom draperies swags bedspreads free estimates Hazel s interiors 301 second Loop Road phone 462-0907 or 662-7833 balloon sleeve Blouse Gladstone s dress shop open Mon. Thru Fri. Til 9 p. M. Shop nights until Christmas when you see one and Here s a bargain on America s Best Selling Bra style Pekman Prest Sale you recognize the style of course. You be seen it nationally advertised. Ever dream you d see it priced so Low Perma Prest Bias Cut elastic at Center for comfortable separation adjustable stretch straps stretch sides and Back. Contour cup with wonder Fil to fill out in Between sizes White a32-36 d32 40. Black a32-36 b.c32-38. Natural cup White b.c3240 d3242. Black b.c3240 d3242. Charge it n scan revolving charge at Sears regular 4.59 each d cups higher shop at Sears and save guaranteed or your Monty Back Toki uck and 00. 131 n. Irby St. Phone 662-6381 free parking

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