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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - December 19, 1957, Florence, South CarolinaPage 4-b the Florence morning news Florence. S. Murday morning december id 1957 sings with group miss Betty Hor Rell right of Florence is a member of the Anderson College sex Tette which has presented special music at numerous churches and schools throughout the state and appeared a t the Baptist state convention in Charleston. Miss Harrell is the daughter of or. And mrs. D. Harrell of Florence. Others in the sex Fette Ore left to right Carole Bartlett of b Barnwell Doris hair of Williston pot Johnson of Aiken Sherry Shirley of Greenwood Gail Melton of Anderson and miss Harrell. A news service photo Dorothy Dix says is it really love dear Dorothy Dix for the past 15 months Paul and i have gone together. He s a Fine Young Man and i love him dearly. We plan to become engaged in the Spring and be married this fall. After graduation last june i went to work for a Bank and met one particular Man with a wonder Ful personality. Jfe asked me out and for some unknown reason. I accepted. He did considerable probing into my private life i told him about Paul and he in turn declared his love for me. He cast some kind of spell Over me i guess because 1 went out with him several limes after that. Now i Don t know where i am. If 1 love my steady As i m convinced i do Why do i enjoy this other Man s company and miss him when he s not around How can i be absolutely sure that what i feel for Paul is really love dear Audrey you Aren t the first girl who has yearned for a ool proof system of Lesting her love but one does t exist. You must use your own brain Power common sense and judgment. That s what god gave them to you for. You might consider the fact that you really Don t know too much about your office Beau. He has probed quite deeply into your per Sonal life but has he responded Wilh confidences Ghoul his own you know him Only on office grounds and As an occasional special Date. You be had a Chance to estimate your Fiance under Ordinary everyday circumstances. Paul has stood the test of time the other Man is As yet Only a glamorous romantic interlude. By this time you be probably gathered that 1 place my bet on Paul but Only you Audrey can make he final decision. Dah Dorothy Dix my Hus band works Oul of Lown coming Home Aboul once a month. He gives me half his Money and h d club meets the Cross roads Home Demon Lar lion club met with mrs. W. 0. Thursday morning for the december meeting. In the absence of he preside ill mrs. H. S. Ollis vice president presided. As a devotional mrs. Joe Kir by read let s keep Christmas by Peter Marshall. Mrs. J. B. Coates led in prayer. The 4-h chairman mrs. Coates presented the program outlining 4-h club work. Mrs. Gene Sander ton assistant agent gave the dem ens ration on making Christmas decorations. Food for a needy family was gathered and the members exchanged gifts. Mrs. Roy Dubose of Darlington former present of the club was presented a gift from the club. Refreshments were served Dur ing the social hour. Johnsonville members of the old Johnsonville Home Demon stration were Given new ideas and instructions for making Christmas decorations at the december meet ins of the club held at the Home of mrs. Wilson player Friday after noon with mrs. Player president presiding. Totive chairman urged the mini Jors to Register in order thai they will to qualified to vote. Mrs. Eleanor Foster Home dam stration , talked on House decorations and displayed a rank Enid iils suitable for doors tables and pianos. Re Fri Shine nos were served at the conclusion of the program. The dual Lane Home Demon Sara Ion club Mcl monday night at the Home of mrs. W. H. Smith with seven members and two visitors present. Mrs. Lawlon Dubose was welcomed As a guest. During i a so Cial hour she Sung and played Sev eral Christmas carols on the Aulo Harp. The Cli Risemas Story was read by mis. W. P. Sigmon. She also j read an article on put Christ in mrs. E. E. Ward read a Story titled the Christmas i he member miss Janet Byrd the demonstration on Christmas she showed decorations and explained How to make them and where they would fit Best in the Home. The decoration which no prayed As most unique was the choir made from Wax paper Rolls Cove veil with Bronze paper and rinks the other half. When he s drunk he Beals Breaks furniture and gets pretty violent altogether. Our nine children Are married id dear Ida among nine Chil Dren in to there one who can give you a sober Home maybe if you c move to the town where your Hus band works he would t have so much time and Money on i hands and would Ese up on the liquor. Give it a try if it does work ask help from the children dear Dorothy Dix i love Vernon very much but he won Ell me loves me except in a joking Way. How can i get him to be serious dear Laura be pal enl. He s undoubtedly kidding around unti he learns your feelings for him men often Are so afraid to be Hur that they adopt this system of jest ing. Dear Dorothy Dix i have two very Nice girl friends but they most definitely dislike each other we can t do anything As a Trio be cause they Are so jealous of each other. Pear Nancy a Trio is a mos difficult group to manage at an time. Can t you find another Gir Friend to make it a Quartetti thus opening he Way for group Ali Vily the present setup will never work it s either double o nothing. Send your problem to Doroth Dix. Be sure to enclose a stamped self addressed envelope an address her care of this news Pap Jackie s gems by. Jackie Williams Carolina Power and Light co. Home economist the proof of the pudding is in be eating. And you could surely ass any test by using these holi a recipes. Today let s pick up ome Loose ends for Holiday enter dining. The youngsters Are always waning some goodies to nibble on so by not make them some no Jook 1-3 cup soft butter or Margarine 1-3 cup White Corn syrup Viz Teaspoon Salt 1 Teaspoon Vanilla 314 cups 1 in sifted confectioners sugar blend Butler syrup sail and Ranilla in Large mixing bowl. Arid lifted confectioners sugar All at mix first with a spoon and Hen Wilh hands kneading in dry Gre Dinels. Turn onto Board and continue kneading until mixture is veil blended and smooth. Makes about 1-3 Pound Candy. Store in ool place. You might like to prepare iome spiced nuts. They too make something delicious to Nib be on. I cups sugar la Teaspoon Salt 1 Tablespoon Light Corn syrup 1 cup Light Cream 4 drops Oil of cinnamon 4 drops Oil of Clove 3 Tablespoons Light Cream 1% cups Walnut meats mix first four ingredients and stir until sugar dissolves on med us heat of your electric Range. Cook until soft Ball stage 240 de stirring occasionally. Pour quickly on a Platter which has seen rinsed in cold water Anc chilled to 60 degrees or below. As it cools turn the edges toward the Center with a Spatula. When Luke warm knead fondant until smooth melt the fondant in a heavy sauce pan on number 2 heat with flavor Ings and Cream stirring constantly. Heat fondant until it can be poured from a spoon but do no let it boil. Remove from heat Anc at once mix in nuts. Stir unti null Are Well coated. Turn out1 on a coolie Sheet and separate. Allow to dry. The other Day i was fixing some candied Grapefruit Peel and one of the girls in the office said that reminds me of Fri slams. 1 can remember when my Mother used to do that every do you remember remove Rind from two grape fruit. Place in Saucepan cover Peel Wilh about two cups of cold water and bring to boil on High heat of your electric Range. Continue cooking on number 2 uni Peel is easily pierced Wilh a Fork about 15 remove from water save and Wilh the Edge of a spoon scrape out the White pulp from the Peel. Cut Peel into thin strips 1 a inches with scissors Cook in a syrup made from the same water which you have Meas ures and twice the Quantity of sugar. Add Peel and bring to a boil on High heat turn switch to number 2 and Cook until syrup vill spin a thread. Lie move strips of Peel and Roll each piece in granulated sugar. Dry on a wire rack. Place in covered Container. Yield 1 Pound 2 ounces. If you would like to try something different in the Way of dessert try Jan Berry crunch. 1 cup uncooked rolled Oats cup flour 1 cup Brown sugar Viz cup butter 1 can 1 in Cranberry sauce jellied or whole mix Oats flour and Brown sugar Cut in Butler until crumbly. Place half of this mixture in an 8" x 8" greased baking dish. Cover with Cranberry sauce. Top with remain no Crumb mixture. Bake 45 min utes in 350 degree oven. Serve hot in squares topped with scoops of Vanilla ice Cream. Serves 6-8. Try these recipes and i think you la find that your family and guests will be shouting for More. Mrs. Tiller to Lead group special to the news Kingstree mrs. Ralph l. Tiller is the newly installed presi Dent of the women of the Church of Williamsburg presbyter Ian Church in Kingstree. She succeeds mrs. E. Horton. Officers were installed at the december meeting. Others taking office for 1958 Are mrs. Felder p. Mcgill vice president mrs. W. D. Evans Secretary and mrs. Eos Coe m. Hinson treasurer. Mrs. H. J. Montgomery is historian. Circle leaders Are mrs. Billy Epps mrs. J. M. Duke mrs. Vir Gil Kinder jr., mrs. Richard Kel Lehan mrs. Kenneth Duke mrs Joe Ward Earl Duke and mrs. L. Tom Overby. Recital planned piano pupils of mrs. Russell Ginn will play in a Christmas pro Gram at relic Florence museum sat urday dec. 21 at . Pupils Are Paulette Adams James Schofield Dickie Johnson Trudy Mcleod Diane Burrows Bonnie Mcbride Brian Johnson Lillian spake Phil Greenberg Nello Barbee jr., Carolyn Adcock Tommie Davis Rodney Sla Neim Danny Slamcik Anna Faye Baker Eric Helms Nancy Glover Mary Phillips Pally Bloder Murry Jor Dan Pat Ginn David Sensoney Harold Robinson Florence Baker and Becky Wall. Honoured miss Peggy Ann Phillips a 1957 graduate of Central High school in Charlotte n. C., has been elected class favorite of the freshman class of Catawba College in Salisbury . Mis Phillips is the daughter of mrs. D. Stiles of Flor Pamplico club meets up eclat to the news pampl1co the Junior Book and Garden club held its annual Christmas parly Friday evening at the masonic hs1. Members and their husbands were greeted at the door by or. And mrs. Carol Hugh Calcutt who acted As Host and hostess for the evening the Hall was festive with a Deco rated Christmas tree. The tables which were covered with White Linen cloths and red Satin Stream ers were entered with Dan Dina berries and greenery. The table from which guests served them selves a Turkey dinner was Center i Oil with five Branch Silver Cande Abra holding Crystal a Vergnes placed High Wilh red and Silver Falls. After dinner guests participated in several games and conless which were conducted by mrs. Kay Coleman and mrs. Jimmy Holliday. The evening was climaxed with gift Exchange. Group meets special to the news Lynchburg the met at the Home of miss Genie Lemmon tuesday afternoon with 18 members present. Mrs. B. P. Johnson president presided after which miss Lem Mon led in prayer. Mrs. T. E. Liles gave the devotional. Mrs. Dot Mcclam was in charge of the program and she was assisted by mrs. Sibyl Cribbs. Christmas gifts were brought by All the members and were sent to the Home for the aged in Orangeburg. Dance planned the University of South Caro Lina at Florence will have a Christ Mas dance saturday night from 9 to 1 . At Freddie Hewitt s Cabin. Music will be by the Souther Aires. A skin is being planned by Emory Williams Ben Turner Aubrey Turner and David Overton. Officers Are Bill Smith president Cecil Newell vice president and Patsy Polk Secretary and trea surer. Beauty culture offers Many opportunities to women of any age Register now for Jan. Class for information Call 7972 or write mrs. Northcutt Florence Beauty Academy 151 n. Coil St. Florence s. Royal quiet deluxe portable Wilh twin Pak Itiba clean n ribbon your Fingen never touch f helps raise grades at much u 38% preferred by Slu Denti. 6 Feceau Laiful colors easy budget terms 8ge it now , Baker typewriter co. Your Royal dealer 129 s. Irby St. Dial 5622 Rogerson s Garden Nursery rare and outstanding camellias Park i hone 7346 tic devotional put Christ Back choir candles. Another idea was into was conducted by decorum Coffee cans for Lime tic dision and welfare chairman mrs. F. Hanna who read a passage of scripture from Tuke As in do candies and cookies. Refreshments were served by a a Isis for her meditation. Mrs. Harold Allvin was welcomed As a new member. The pro Gram chairman mrs. Hanna was assisted by mrs. Merrill Poston miss Fleta Avant and mrs. Harold Altman in presenting a program the hos less. Two clubs entertain airman in presenting i indy Kaiui consisting of a Chrisimos Reading a 4 and several christinas poems which was concluded with Carol special to the news singing. I Laki City the annual mrs. K. N. Huggins announced christinas meeting of the Junior Hie adult Community school to be i Book club and the sister Book held at the Hemingway High i club held jointly Friday after school each thursday evening be Norm at the Home mrs. Hoy ginning feb. 6 and continuing Ward l. Kins. Hostesses with mrs. Through mar. 13. Were mrs. E. Sloan. Mrs. The demonstration Christmas Thomas h. Wells mrs. Ryan Tom was Given by miss Vinson. Mrs. Francis Brown and Janet Byrd Homo Ricmond titration agent. She displayed and mrs. Honor mrs. Herbert a. presi explained the making of a Small Dent of lilo Lunior Rook club. Pro Christmas tree for a Coffee table i sided and welcomed members and Mantle decoration several door j quests to the yuletide Fellowship decorations a Candy dish choir j two Christmas carols. Deck and pipe Organ decoration for a Lac Halls with Holly and Small piano or Buffet and a shirt of slovakian were by dec a ration for the Christmas tree. Hettie in Mcl us Cleon. Pally Marciial for these decorations j Janis Faye rown. Sally Are inexpensive and Are easy to and i Lamb . No make. Some of them can be used Liy miss Wanda Llu Inch for several years. I i s during the social hour an cd things of Christmas gifts was held. Mr.-. Livingston Bishop assisted the Boyless in serving refresh Meta. Tif january meeting will it ii Sid at the Home of mrs Sim Alt 71mmonsv1li.e mrs Kurt b. Hill the iiitif.lioi.-. Of the hmm Demon the guest speaker. Or. Donald Kus sell president of the University of South Carolina. Or. Russell noted Hie Ren Nutly in Uvrl Inu s ir.jlx1 i i Popio he ii h Tion club at her Home after of and noon. Aik mrs. Tally t. Hilt a in were in Vilna inn the notional Rendin Gind used for 1-Icr Idi Iii room thu a go eject Mas commercial com no with prayer server i plate. A rookies and Tea in Wail i i Luli. N i Menril Mon limn lot n a lick Esmann mrs. Ii. S , . It is Christmas time in the and the Baldwin piano you buy in 1957 will us we not so sure and a new by for the All taxes included Long terms Trade in accepted Harrill music store phone 2-3775 just below on Irby Street discount store save at the sign of the spinning Green Light Remington to electric razor Only with Trade in Only electric heating pads to 15% off Fountain pens to and desk sets 20% off cigarette lighters Ronson and Zippo to 51295 tobacco pouches to off ton prom Richard Hudnut permanents Only Schick powerhouse razor Only with Trade in Only electric hair dryers to 20% off Bill folds ladies men genuine leather 20% off reduce safely a yes Candy Melo zets __________98c slim Dex saccharin 1000, 1 or 69c 1.00 ban deod.69c 1.00 Mennen dead 69c 100 Bayer aspirin 49c 100 anacin tabs____89c 89c listerine_______59c 59c it. Mineral Oil 39c 25% off on Christmas cards ties tape largest Stock Ever prescription specialists on duty at All times free delivery

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