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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - October 10, 1957, Florence, South CarolinaPage the Florence morning news Florence s. C. Thursday morning october 10, 1957 we. Jas. Women Pat Moe Eachern Mhor Emma Rebbing woman i reporter Flower show school plans Given at Council meeting the Florence Garden Council met at the Florence museum on monday morning with representatives of 22 clubs attending. Mrs. Julian p. Price Council president presided. Mrs. A. W. Miller Flower show Ich Opl chairman spoke on behalf of school to be held nov. 6, 7 and 8 at which time course v will be offered. Mrs. Warley a. Lev of Radford a. Will teach the course on landscape design or horticulture. Mrs. Ira j. Varnadoe of Jacksonville Fla. Wal lecture on Flower arrangements. Mrs. Miller urged All Garden club members to attend. Mrs. W. D. Brooks Book chairman has books for those desiring to take the examination. The project for the Council is coming Flower show at the Eastern Carolina fair. Mrs. Mar Ion Barnes is chairman and mrs. Alex Branson co chairman. Each Garden club in the Council will make two arrangements for the show the theme being glory the mrs. Price outlined the duties of each club an assigned the responsibilities. So expressed the Hopes of the Cour cil that this would be the bes Flower exhibit Ever held at the a and announced that they Are try ing for a National award. A Silver Goblet will be offers for the Best horticulture specimen one for the Tri color and the War of distinction which will be Given the Best arrangement of dried material. All persons in Florence whether Garden club members o not were urged to enter Hort culture specimens arrangement and pot plants. Mrs. P. H. Me each in will be chairman of the educational exhibit of evergreens clubs have started work on the various Flower Beds at the Flor ence museum grounds. More to a leers Are needed. Third annual Rose clinic big Success in Columbia some 200 Rose fanciers from Al Ever South Carolina attended the third annual clinic on old roses held oct. 8 at the Russell House auditorium by the Palmetto Gar Den club of South Carolina in co operation with the University of South Carolina. Mrs. James a. Cathcart chairman of the club s publicity committee presided Al the meeting. Preceding the clinic mrs. Don Ald Russell wife of the univer Lily president entertained with morning Coffee in her Campus House. The program was opened with the lord s prayer Mil Lotte Sung by Frank Bradley ten or accompanied by miss Cather Ine Ducker. Arrangements for Mulic were made by the University department of music. Or. W. H. Callcott Dean of the faculty and ranking University Dean welcomed guests at the Clin k and mrs. William l. Cain pres ident of the Palmetto Garden club brought greetings and introduced chairmen. J. C. Bowling or. Of Gaff Day accredited judge gave lecture and demonstration of arrangements featuring old Roa m. Or. Dowling created several Beautiful arrangements one a period victorian piece using roses set off by victorian favourites such As Rosemary and another a contemporary Mono chromatic arrangement featuring Polyanthe roses. Or. Wayland Burgess visiting professor of chemistry at the University showed slides of his fam printed pattern cat. If Atul 35" a Jiffy Cut by Anne Adams just one Yard 35-Inch fabric is All you need for each pretty apron in our printed pattern. Make them for yourself gift giving Bazaar Best Sellers printed pattern 4525 includes three styles misses medium size Only. Each apron l Yard j5-Lnch. Jiffy Cut in one piece. Embroidery Transfer included. Printed directions on each Pat Tern part. Easier accurate. Send thirty five cents in coins Lor thai pattern add 5 cents for each pattern for is class mail ing. To Anne Adams care of Florence morning news 55, pattern dept., 213 went 17th st., new York 11, n. Y. Pint plainly name address with and style number Ous Rose Garden in Cincinnati Ohio and of a meeting of Thi american Hose society. Or. Bur Gess is a charter member an past president of the Cincinnat Rose society and is consulting rotarian for the american Rose society. Featured speaker was or Freeman s. Weiss president o the Potomac Rose society. Or Weiss is an eminent botanist am one of the country s authorities on the culture of roses. He gave an illustrated lecture on the culture o old roses showing color slides o some of the varieties including damask Gallia Moss China scotch Briar Bourbon hybrid per pet Ais Early Tea Rose and others he also discussed diseases in roses and what to do to Preven and cure them showing slides from the government Experiment station at Beltsville my. Or. Weiss was introduced by or Warren r. Ferris of the Ulver sity faculty president of the co Lumbia Rose society awards were presented by the Palmetto Garden club to Winner in the exhibit sections. Mrs. C. J. Cate jr., was chairman of the awards committee and members o tier group were mrs. E. B. Can by and mrs. Richard Singleton mrs. Dean Hammond president of he Garden club Council of greater Columbia Wai chair Man of the arrangement Section. Judges were from the South car Olina judges club. Winning awards were Blue ribbon mrs. Albert l. Ragsdale of the Honey suckle club red ribbon mrs. Law Epps of the Sasa qua club yellow ribbon mrs. J. D. Wil Liams of the Pine club and Honor Able mention mrs. John m. My fall of. The Columbia Garden club. Or. Warren r. Ferris was chair Man of the horticultural Section and judges were from the South Carolina Rose society. Mrs. C. D Joye of West Columbia took firs prize in the Section and mrs. Rob Ert Burgess placed second. The Palmetto Garden club presented an award for the Bestar ran gement entered by the winners of the old Rose exhibit of the state fair arrangements of old roses in the Silver pitchers won at the fair. Mrs. E. E. Westwood of Newberry took first place. Door prizes of handsome tree roses were won by mrs. J. G. E. Harrison of Brunson mrs. C. E. Power of Parr and mrs. Coyle Whitworth of Ridgeway. Recent Bride entertained mrs. Alton Powers recent Bride was entertained on monday even ing with a party at the Home of mrs. Tom Blackmon with miss Betty Hickey and mrs. Harry sell ers co hostesses. Upon arrival the Bride was presented a Corsage of carnations. Several progressions of hearts were played with awards going to mrs. Jim Butler and mrs. Henry Earl. Refreshments were served after which the hostesses presented mrs. Powers Silver in her chosen Pat Tern. Guests attending other than those mentioned were mrs. Hurry Connelly mrs. Sherwood Price miss Marlon Turner miss Janet Betty Mcalister miss Alma Jean Anderson miss Atho Mae Barwick miss Edith Lewis. Facts about mixes inexperienced Cooks frequently make More Beautiful cakes from mixes than their More experienced Sisters. Experienced Cooks Are inclined to rely on past experience rather than follow package direct ions. Package directions Are the result of thousands of Kitchen Els. They emphasize thorough Ira Ling precise oven temperature and the Rochl pan size. All Cooks when aspire in Superb rakes will allow the directions or tint particular cake. Looks Good tastes better next time the crowd together for a feast of Spaghetti with meat and mushroom sauce be sure to try this wonderful companion. Cheese loaf. Nothing could be better than a big Platter full of Spaghetti a bowl full of tossed salad with your favorite dressing and cheese loaf. Cheese loaf just right to serve with Spaghetti Good hot bread is a must on a menu that features Spaghetti and meat sauce. Cheese loaf will do Hose hot bread honors in great style. Tangy with the flavors of Sharp cheese and onion cheese loaf is ust right to serve with Spaghetti. Serve it in thick slices and spread generously with butter or Marga due while the bread is still warm. It s important to remember to serve bread at every meal. Nutria to Nils recommend that we eat at least three Servings of enriched or whole Grain bread and cer eals every Day. So when you buy flour look for that word enriched on the Label. It Means that free a vitamins and food Iron Lave been added to the dour in amounts set by the Federal govern meet. It Means extra nutrition a no extra Cost. And when you buy enriched self rising flour you also get a Bonus of Calcium. Bake hot breads often for your family and bake them with enriched self rising flour. Not Only will baking be easier because o the convenience of baking powder and Salt in the flour but your family will Benefit nutritionally. Cheese loaf 3 cups sifted enriched self rising flour cup sugar 1 cup grated Sharp cheese ounces a Teaspoon minced onion 1 egg beaten 1-14 cups milk it cup melted shortening. Lamar news the Young women s business Circle held its regular meeting with mrs. Elizabeth Scarborough thursday evening. Mrs. Margaret Carter the new president pre idea. The misses Nancy Jane Smith and Lucy Tasheed were guests. Mrs. Zelda Childe i was in Harge of the program and mrs. Vary Donna Fields closed with a Rayer. The hostess served refreshment t the end of the meeting. Or. And mrs. Alton Jeffords entertained the husband s club on londay evening. Dinner was ser Ved after which several Progress on of Bridge were played. Guests if the club were or. And mrs. Charles Smith. Mrs. Theima Waters was the hostess for the october meeting of he Young mothers club. After he business several progressions of Bridge were played by the members and guests. Guests were irs. Dan Beasley mrs. Alwin Rhinehardt and miss Lucy has head. High scorers were mrs. Al ton Jeffords and mrs. Jimmy Parks. College students spending the week end with their parents were George Mims jr., son of mrs. G w. Mires Wanda Hill daughter of or. And mrs. Wilbur Hill Carolyn Carter daughter of or. And mrs Wilton Carter miss Janelle Beas Ley daughter of mrs. Gerald Beas Ley and Margaret Sansbury daughter of or. And mrs. T. J. Sans Bury. Supper on a skewer season hamburger with your Ivorite seasoning and Roll it into Falls the size of a Large thread the hamburger balls on to i skewer alternating with chunks f Tomato Green Pepper cooked Carrot cooked potato and canned onions. Brush All with melted but or or Margarine and place in preheated broiler. Broil five min utes on each sice. Roasting i q s the surest Way to determine if Turkey is cooked is to use a roast thermometer inserted inside the thigh next to the body. The thermometer should read 190 degrees. On a done Turkey the drumstick can be moved up and Down easily and the meat feels very soft when Jhc thickest part of the drumstick is pressed Between the fingers. Week end special baritone fabrics for suits dresses Winter Cottons Rayon and cot ton silk and Cotton big assortment of solid Floral geometries and stripes. Reg. 98c cd. Thursday Friday and saturday Only. For totter Mem Toni bettor by Btl for totter Valima sift together flour and sugar. Stir in cheese and onion. Combine egg milk and shortening add to flour mixture stirring just until All flour is moistened. Turn into leased 5-11 x 9-14 Inch loaf pan. Sake in moderate oven 350 Deg. About 1 hour and 10 minutes. few mines before turning rom pan. Slice in Large pieces and serve warm. Makes 1 loaf. Dorothy Dix says grandma causes trouble dear Dorothy one else in the family would give my grandmother a Home my husband and i offered her a room in our House. We recently bought the Home and Are expecting our first baby. My grandmother has her room Board and entertainment free. She can spend her social Security Money As she wishes yet she is Nei ther Happy nor satisfied. If she s crossed the least Little bit she sulks and says i m mean to her. It seems to me i Bend Over Back wards to please her but nothing works. She has children of her own but they won t take her in. How can i induce her to be More co operative i m doing the very Best i can. Clarice dear Clarice you and your husband have certainly gone out of your Way to be hospitable and pleasant to an old lady. Since your efforts Are apparently unrewarded and unappreciated i Don t think it s up to you to try any More. The responsibility of your grand Mother s care is clearly up to her children it should t fall on the younger generation who have problems and responsibilities of their own. Make one More try with grandma. Tell her she s Welcome to stay with you if Shell Stop be ing capricious and dramatic. Re mind her gently but firmly that she s not the Star attraction at your House that role is for the newcomer. Stress the fact that with a new baby in the House your time will be too full to permit spoiling a grandmother. If her tantrums persist Tell your uncles and aunts they la have to find another Home for her. Dear Dorothy Barry and i were practically engaged two years ago but had to postpone marriage for financial reasons. Then out of a Clear Eky he told me he was marrying someone else. I still love him still think of him and still Long to hear his voice. Do you think it would be All right for me to Call him and talk Over old times Terry dear Terry leave the Man Chance to get Over him 1 alone a Telephone. Call from you will cause trouble Between him and his wife and will accomplish no Good whatever. You re not giving yourself a 8 leaflet broken which has suggestions for Healing a fractured heart. Send me a stamped self addressed envelope and i la Send you a copy. 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