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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - January 25, 1958, Florence, South CarolinaSaturday morning january 25, 1958 the Florence morning news Florence s. C. Pages mrs. Louis m. Thornton tells of life in Japan Al the january meeting of the Wesleyjr service Guild no. 1 of Central methodist Church the members were told of japanese customs and everyday life by mrs. From a supernatural being. When the occupation forces came into Japan new methods of living were taught women were especially helped. Some arc even Louis a Thornton whose husband i in business now. One character is was stationed at Camp Mcgill of the japanese is they Don t Takiyama. Honshu Island Japan hold malice. They Are always biter world War ii. Very polite. When visiting foreign mrs. Thornton introduced Byners they Endeavor to bring a program chairman. Miss Alice gift. When a. Son is born Iris is Smith said she gained much in planted among the Rice Straw on formation from daily radio pro Grams which gave historical Sto the roofs. The roofs in Bloom Are a Lovely sight. Nes of every phase of japanese a formal Tea is very culture. She stated that Japan. I tiresome. The Tea is prepared by after world warn lost most time honoured ritual. Served in a her possessions. The problem of room nine feet Square in which the remaining four main islands i one has to Sil on the floor it is overcrowded with a population of i sometimes four hours Lone. 9fl million people with less than women and children Are in 20 per cent of their area arable charge of the silk Industry. They Vas to feed the people. Three Cut the leaves of the Mulberry a year together with fish and sea Trees to feed the silk when Weed Only partly solved the prob Ellie cocoon is spun they kill the Lorn and food to supplement these j worm and unravel the silk into native products had to be import a Long strands with tweezers. De. The japanese use everything. To fill the need for a teacher of tin toys Are made for Sale from Timmonsville clubs meet Bible and christianity in the area . Beer cans. The custom of where mrs. Thornton lived a Lato oing lips and ears has now group of japanese sought the ser been outlawed vices of the army Chap Laith Uliey j mrs. Thornton concluded her appreciate evea a Little teaching. Program by inviting the Guild denominations she said mean j members to View the Many to nothing to. Japanese. Being aim tos which had presented Christian is All that is necessary to her in Japan. Schools churches and youth Cen i the hostess for the meet tors were established after Janie Ferguson and miss War ii. As in America when i Mabel Cartwright served supper. Resl Rillions on youth were lifted. The Young people ran wild. Ser look for specials vants were boys and girls of Good j families. Buddhism Anh shintoism the Home economists Point out thai budget conscious homemakers should look for specials on the two main japanese religions Are i foods at their grocers in Many ways like the Christian i canned purple plums red Lart religion. The reverence for an secs tors a part of the shintoism be Lief has suffered greatly since the emperor made to acknowledge that he was not descended cherries Corn peas and Light meat tuna. The 1957 pack was abundant on these foods and government and Industry groups Are promoting them Early in 1958. To the news Timmonsville the Sardis Garden club met with mrs. J. C. Vassy tuesday afternoon Wilh mrs. Charles White and miss Limma motto assistant hostesses. Or. Wallace walkup presi Dent presided and welcomed the members and guests. Mrs. Carl Hicks talked on i bulbs and told How to select Gladioli bulbs now to cultivate offi cers installed special to Llic news k1ncstree mrs. I. E. Gold Solhem and when and How to Plant _ for continued blossoms. Mrs. Lonnie Anderson discussed miniature Gladioli and mentioned How to arrange them. With other Flowers to make arrangements. During the business session new officers were elected As Fol lows mrs. Carl Hicks president mrs. James c. Langston first vice president mrs. W. E. Hicks second vice president mrs. George l. Ham Secretary mrs. J. C. Vassy treasurer and mrs. Mendel Yarborough correspond ing Secretary. During the social period a con test was held on Trees con ducted by miss Motte. A. E. Kunz South Carolina Dis Stein will serve As president of Uriel forester guest speaker at plan for project members of the american legion auxiliary met recently at the Home of mrs. P. H. Bussey to discuss plans for Selling Blue crutches on the streets a. Scaffe chaplain mrs. Alton King rehabilitation chair Man mrs. J. W. Hughes treasurer mrs. Vernon Lee Legisla Tive chairman and mrs. Bussey chairman of the project. Of Florence today for the March of dimes. Making the plans seated left to right Are mrs. J. D. Ellis president of the Are left to right standing mrs. Harry Lee Jones mrs. W. Chapter and mrs. T. C. Chandler sgt. At arms. Photo by Kirkland Dorothy Dix says it s really a Man s world dear Dorothy Dix you of ten caution steady dating but in our town a girl simply can t get a Date unless she agrees to go steady. The boys say they Don t like fickle girls and if girls won t be faithful As they won t be Loyal As wives. Dear Tweenie and what about the girls Side of the Story this is still a Man s world and the advantages of going steady arc cruelly on the male Side. It s the boy who Calls the tune. If a the fact dial All her arc Mamerd no Tweedie give steady dating a wide berth unless you see a future in it. If you girls gel together and vote Down this masculine monopoly the boys will come to terms. There s no Good reason Why they can t accept sin Gle Dales while Bolli boys and girls Are in the looking around dear Dorothy Dix Dickie was going with Rosemary for Over a year and i believe they were really in love. They broke up Sci girl has Given up All dates to be feral months ago and now he s come one boy s steady. And that boy suddenly decides t j dump her. In can take a mighty time for her to get Back into circular to Date Only him for years suddenly he disappears from sight and the Young lady awakens to going Wilh me. He and Rosemary see each other occasionally and he often talks about her. Do you think they la Ever go Back or lion. A boy can persuade a girl should i keep hoping hell ask me to go steady Appie seems by Jackie Williams Carolina Power Light co. Home economist when you re a working wife your evening meal is a problem. I know. You have to Rush Home from work Dali into the Kitchen and come up will dinner in Short order. With an automatic clock on your electric Range this ceases to be a problem. Put your meal in the oven you leave for work set your clock and it la be ready when you get Home. Try this oven meal. Orange Ham slice linked potatoes steamed Lima Beans spice baked peaches temperature degrees time 1 hour Ham slice 1 2 Inch slice Ham 2 cloves Bride elect entertained 1-3 cup sugar 2 tsp. Cornstarch 2-3 cup boiling water 2 tsp. Grated Orange Rind 4 Tablespoons Orange juice trim Rind from Ham. Score of fat and stick whole cloves into meat. Place Ham in a shallow dish. Mix sugar and cornstarch add water and Cook until mixture is transparent about to minutest add Orange juice and grated dear Vicki the time Eleer certainly must he cheered by no is in your favor. He s Hau plenty of Opportunity in go Back o Rosemary and has t. You Piave tie inside track now. Don t lose it be being Over anxious. Don t pout when he talks about her Don t show alarm if he talks to her. Be patient and charming. I la be cheering for you. Dear Dorothy Dix i m the youngest of four children in a very close family. Since my father died last summer Mother has been making her Home with us. My married sister visits her three four limes a week much to my husband s annoyance. She s Seldom Here when he gets Home but he objects anyway. He offers no explanation except thai she comes Here too of course her visits Are to our Mother not to me. Dear Sandy this sounds like a Case of Petty jealousy. Since you neglect nothing on account of your sister s Calls and your Moth him coax him out 01 is resent us mood. Dear Dorothy Dix i m 19 and very much in love with a Hoy free years older. He s never said he loves me. But his actions Indi Cate he does. He can Only get to my town every other weekend so i d like to go to work in the City where he lives. Do you think people would Start talking if i did Tracy he Timmonsville Garden club wednesday afternoon talked on along nature s Trail and wild life the speaker named a number of poisonous plants and shrubs. He mentioned daffodils Iris and other plants and noted that camellia seed Oleander foliage were among the common shrubs around the Home that Are poisonous. Or. Kunz highlighted his talk by showing slides of Trees in stage of Leaf buds opening in slow to lion and some Cut branches which had been kept for three Days to Lei the buds open into Mong the Trees shown were Cucumber tree Cotton Trees Tulip tree Maple and Pussy Willow. The speaker introduced by mrs. Hallie c. Anderson program told the club the pee hostess committee for tire regional area was among the states meeting in Kingstree March 8. Noted As spots for Beauty. _ plans were discussed for a Reeland Ham president presided during the business. The club will be hostess to the Sand Hill District Garden club meeting 2. Airs. Hallie c. Anderson was he Garden makers Garden club _ of the coming year. Officers were elected at the january meeting iced in tie Home of mrs. Harry Marcus. Mrs. J. M. Harden retiring pres ident will be the incoming vice president mrs. Harry Marcus will serve As Secretary and mrs. T. 0. Epps or. Treasurer. Mrs. T. 0. Epps 3s. Read a paper prepared by mrs. T. S. Hem Ingway on fertilizing the Gar mrs. Goldstein and mrs. Gary Meares were appointed to a committee on registration of camellias for the camellia exhibit Here feb. 12. Mrs. W. E. P ugh and mrs. T. 0. Epps or. Were appointed to the refreshment com Mittee. Mrs. Epps mrs. Pugh and mrs. Marcus were also appointed to rep proving the Roadside Park. A tray of refreshments was sent to the adopted shut in Waller Scott or. Mrs. C. E. Vickery. Wife of the eap Tisl minister and a newcomer dear Tracy of boy. Would they Ever you would be a very foolish girl to make such a move. Advances like this Are up to the boy. And to has t even declared his feelings Yel slay where you Are be satisfied with the occasional Date and when his affections gets More ardent his visits will be More frequent. Send your problem to Dorothy Dix. Be sure to enclose a stamped self addressed envelope and address her care of this newspaper. H d club news mrs. Charles Jones was hostess and mrs. H. C. Hinson was co hostess to the dual Lane Home demonstration club monday night with eight members present. Mrs. G. G. Ward president pre Orange Rind. Pour sauce Over steamed Lima Beans fresh or Frozen Beans i cup water place in covered casserole. 2 Tablespoons butter 1 Teaspoon Salt Simce cake baked on Toppin g 1 cup sifted cake flour Teaspoon baking powder Teaspoon cinnamon i Teaspoon Nutmeg i Teaspoon baking soda i Teaspoon allspice a cup Brown sugar 7i cup melted shortening i Tablespoons sour milk j egg Yolk sift together first 6 Ingr die i add sugar shortening and sour sided. Mrs. M. H. Harrell. Health i Meh chairman urged each member to have their Chest a Ray made and to Contact As Many As possible i especially those who have never had an a Ray. Mrs. G. G. Ward read a letter of thanks for the package sent j to the veterans Hospital. A demonstration on planning a Basic wardrobe was Given Byj mrs. Ward. The Basic wardrobe a simple dress or suit which can be worn with different col Lars and accessories. She demonstrated several styles of collars Slid the wonder Collar which can be worn eight different ways. She emphasized never to Over dress. R elected Delegate from the Timmonsville club with mrs. Ned p. Ircle meets special to the news Hemingway mrs. Arthur Pope and mrs. Jay Hughes hostesses to the Bernice Hughes j Stone Circle of the Ebenezer Mel Lodi St Church thursday afternoon at the Home of the former. Mrs. Myrtle Hughes opened the meeting with prayer and mrs. G. W. Johnson gave the devotional. Mrs. Johnson presented the pro Gram on missions in after which refreshments were served. I sort alternate. The club members voted to sponsor an a Ray clinic to be held March 3-4 in Timmonsville. Thermos bottle like a giant thermos bottle the automatic water Heater is sur rounded with a Blanket of insula Tion to keep the heat in the tank. That is Why a Small 30-gallon water Heater can provide an Ade quate Supply of hot water for a Small family. The insulation keeps the water hot for a Long period of time and saves on fuel costs too. Rogerson s Garden Nursery rare and outstanding camellias Highland Park phone 7346 revival now in Progress Rev. Walton Stalvey Wadesboro n. C. Tonight p. M. The Public is cordially invited to attend these services in the interest of. All churches. Special music and singing at each service. The gospel Mission 301 n. Of Florence next to Star motor company Odd. Eel Topper for the Short figure William Popper is the popular tailor Igner whose special interest is the woman who is 5 5" or j carnations and an array and who is also Short . Careful n co

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