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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - November 20, 1973, Florence, South CarolinaAt wit s end please yourselves re marry your Way women s world Frances Ellis s women s editor s Mildred Kilgore assistant the most intriguing figure to come across my television screen in a Keg time has to be Euell Gibbons. Lie s the naturalist food expert who Cooks and eats Bushes and berries that i be dismissed As no More than something our dog favors on a potty break. Somehow it fascinates me no end that while i m breaking my Back Over a hot stove Euel is out in a Field somewhere grazing Over a leisurely lunch. In a Story the other Day i read where at the age of five he pounded together history nuts and Sweet blackberries to make a wild Candy car and since then has gone on to cooking sour grass unborn buds of dandelions pigweed and cattails. My children at the age of five were eating Normal things like carneys Library paste pencils plastic ducks soap Gold fish mud and yellow Snow. Ask them to eat a vegetable and they squint their eyes and ask you trying to kill to be perfectly honest tin Protia by attitude As i be never been sure cucumbers were meant 10 of taken internally by humans and that if the Good lord had meant for us to eat spinach he would have put a space bet Ween each tooth. If Euell is to convert the world to nature s foods that come out of the ground he has my sympathies. He faces a world of prejudice against vegetation that began when we were bom have you Ever wondered what went through a child s mind when you heaped a Mound of cold Green strained peas on a spoon shoved it into the child s Mouth hurriedly pinched his nose so he would have to Swallow and then smile it s Good for or set a trough of greens in front of a hungry club woman and justify it by saying it in t if it in t fat or eating a Watermelon and have your Mother warn you Swallow the seeds and you know what will 11 was 28 years old before i realized watermelons weren t born live from unwed mothers. 1 i m trying to keep an open mind about the feast nature provides. It would be Nice to stamp out crab grass and get rid of your dinner obligations All in the same night. Or nibble at a chinese Elm and not be hungry two hours later. But i keep thinking about Adam and eve. Maybe it s not Nice to fool with Mother nature. Gardenia gardeners Given Christmas decoration ideas the november meeting of the Gardenia Garden club was held at the Home of mrs. J. J. Mccutcheon with frs. L. L. Welch As co hostess. I mrs. Mildred Cook of Park s Florist brought a program on Christmas arrangements and decorating the Home for she suggested that old decorations be re used by making them Over into new arrangements. The sponsor said the new look in Home decorating is the such As Williamsburg designs and that polka Gingham ribbons were Good for wreaths. She had on display a number of decorative items for the members to see. The vice president made announcements pertinent to the club members before the meeting adjourned and refresh ments were served. Ready for oven Croad special ladies 3 pants when yeast dough seems almost doubled press a Finger gently on the Side of the loaf. If a Small Dent remains the loaves Are ready for the oven. By Abigail Van Buren dear Abby do you think an 80-year-old Man is foolish to consider remarriage some of my children do. I am a widower who has been alone for 12 years during which time i have been in the company of some Lovely eligible women. But i never have wanted to marry until i met my fair lady. She is 65 and has been a widow for 10 years. We Are both in reasonably Good health and we would like to spend the rest of our lives together making each other Happy. All our children Are married. Some approve of our plans to marry some do not. I own my own Home and have a Little Money. In View of the mixed feelings of our should we sneak off and get married by a preacher with a few friends As witnesses or should we have a Small Church wedding invite All the children and let those who want to come and those who Don to stay Home Young at heart dear Young Why sneak whatever pleases you and your fair lady. The last thing you should worry about is what children think. Dear Abby my girl Friend and i Are both 17. When Lydia does something to displease her parents t hey make her stand in a Corner. A couple of times i be come to Lake her out on a Date her father has said can leave in about 10 minutes after she s thru standing in the so i just sit and Cool my heels while Lydia stands in the Corner with her face to the Wall. 1 think this is a ridiculous Way to punish a 17 year old girl but of course it s not my place to butt in. Are you familiar with this stupid punishment and if so what s the reason for it and what do you think of using it on a 17-year-old? Keeling weird in my. Chimes a Large tape player and four huge speakers Moun Ted on top of the Church. Music is All hymns played on an Organ with loud Bells. They play it at least once a Day from 15 to 45 minutes and sometimes it s played three times a Day. This can be heard All Over town and people who live four Miles from town say they Are disturbed by it too. 1 live near the Church and this is pretty hard to take. It s impossible to carry on a conversation in our House mind you and this music is too loud to be considered pretty. I think Church music belongs in Church. If teen agers played their Rock music this loud at a party the police would break up the party and charge the kids with disturbing the peace. This is a Small town. My 8 x1 to peace is disturbed. I am a tax paying senior citizen who has asked the pastor of the Church to please tone the music Down. He did for a while. Now it s As loud As Ever. Maybe if you print this it will help. Small town dear Small town i Hope to Reynolds daughter Florence morning news tuesday november 5-a j confidential to Hurt in Essex Junction it heed the Wist words of Noak Webster by Tartag revenge a is even Watt Nis hut by pass tag it Over he is is your Opportunity be Superior. No Russ dessert Cool it first Busy with Holiday Hustle and Bustle serve cheese and fruit for a no fuss dessert. Cheddar cheese is Best with tart Jonathan apples while Blue cheese teams Well with bosc or Anjou pears. Gouda is perfectly mated with Golden delicious apples while Smoky Flavoured provolone cheese harmonizes with Bartlett pears. When freezing homemade bread be sure to Cool thoroughly then wrap in Freezer weight aluminium foil laminated papers or plastic bags. To thaw leave bread in Freezer wrap and defrost at room temperature for about three hours. May also be thawed wrapped in a 150 to 300 de Gree oven. Or. And mrs. James e. Reynolds or. Of Greenville announce the birth of a daughter. Susan on nov. 14 at Greenville general Hospital. Mrs. Reynolds is the former miss Susan Androne of Green Ville. Or. Reynolds is a son of or. And mrs. James k. Reynolds of Florence. The Frame shop custom framing Art prints 442 a. W. Evans phone 665-0147 Hier s cafeteria Florence mall will be opera . Thursday nov. 22nd serving a delicious. Thanksgiving dinner bring the entire family fast service. Newly decorated guaranteed Good dear. Weird yes pm familiar with it. It s a very effective Way to make a child Settle Down and reflect on the reason he s being masked. Bat to use it on a Girt of dating age n the presence of her Date i think is cruel awl unusual punishment. Dear Abby our Church installed a set of Calendar tuesday women s symphony Guild luncheon meeting at Florence country club. 1 . World War i auxiliary to Barracks 718 at Sci credit Union building Day St. Group 5 hostesses. 7 . Business and professional women s club at Fla Mingo restaurant. . I Beta chapter Beta Sigma Phi. Dutch sup per at Home s restau rant. Wednesday 10 . Junior Cosmos literary club with mrs. J. W. Cobb. 1124 Clarendon ave. Hem Ember gift for Flynn Home. Bring the family roast breast of Young Tom Turkey Corn bread dressing Hiwet Gravy parts of celery Cranberry sauce tossed Given salad Choice of dressing Choice of two vegetables creamy whipped potatoes candied yams Southern style Green Beans buttered fresh peas Choice of dessert fresh Strawberry pie pumpkin pie Apple pie served 11 . Til 9p.m. Child s portion under 12 years Hoff Eyb re. Phone 6694183 open at 7 ajl for breakfast t coffe o Neil s Antiques 355 w. Palmetto St Christmas Trees 157 s. Nashua Sale kid Arfon Sterling flatware to own shop Blue Denim jeans jump suits lads dress shop open Mon. Thru Fri. Til 9 . Stampede Days Only rib Chuck . Sink by Bor a Hii cho6i1 Boovy Only pet roosts. A i 7s lbs 55 avg. Was. 175-225 los Bonus buys with Purchase of beef half or 1 with Purchase of beef Hind Quarter loin rib Ciamp Toniy in to 80 lbs. Of ground s 1 1 avg. Was. 170225lhs. Call now 662-1313 Bacon pork 1 chops sausage h i r lbs. 1 Chicks spared 1 Riis hot 1 dogs special Bonus to 1st 25 customers opening charge account during this Sale free Turkey beef halves 300 ibs. A loin round Long avg was special beef orders priced on to Kirk of Onuf limited rights my. 300 in. Sta pm i guarantee Al cats i for. C in s. Is in i is or Lor be dec rs., new of the Butcher shop 1550 e. Palmetto 66? i

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