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Day be merry and light,
and may all your Christmases
U bright! Best wishes to everyone.
Patch's Tog Shop
Mlay the blessings of the night
when Christ was born enkindle in
I your heart a happiness that shines ever
brighter throughout ail the days to come.
Colonial Furniture Co.
South rn Pines
Ik to All!
In great sincerity, we express our appreciation
for our friendly association. May you and your#
huit a holiday ttawa abundantly filled with joy.
The Sherwin-Williams Co.
Ray Hannah Leo Walsh
Ai Chri?lr.ias, our IhoughS:: turn to these w?
serv'.v and it it with grateful appreciation thai
we wish them She best of everything during
Y uletidc teason.
; Potatoes, Canned Corn Lead List Of
'Plentiful Foods' In January Markets
During the first month of the'
; New Year, homemakers can look
i forward to a varied supply of
j i>ood foods.
Leading the plentiful food list
for January are two versatile and
basic vegetables ? canned corn
and fresh potatoes. Also on the
list are apples, pecans, peanuts
and peanut products, beef and ;
Miss Gaynelle Hogan, consumer
marketing specialist for the Ag
ricultural Extension Service at
IN. C. State, says canned corn is
a perfect vegetable for January
meals. Convenient to store and j
use, canned corn suggests hot j
chowders to greet people coming ;
in from the cold, corn fritters for I
wintry meals, scalloped corn and !
corn pudding ? to name a few j
Potatoes, another welcome j
item, will be available for every i
purpose ? baking, frying, boiling, j
and incorporating in casserolc-s j
and other dishes. Try them in I
potato-onicn soup, potato pun
cakes, beef-potato stew, or baked
with sour cream topping or in a
Happily, the meat-and-potatoes
men can look forward to plenty
of both these foods next month.
There'll be about 15 per cent
more beef going to market at the
end of this year than last, and
very large supplies of pork. In
addition to the popular T-bone
steaks, rib roasts and hamburger,
homemakers will want to take
advantage of some of the other
beef cuts by serving Swiss steaks
made from round, and pot roast
from the blade shoulder or arm
The 1963 apple crop continues
to grow larger with each new re
port. So, here's a suggestion for
a crisp winter salad ? combine
mayonnaise (mixed with a little
cream), apples and pecans (an
other plentiful food). Or eat ap
ples and pecans as they are for
! Drive Is Lagging
A lagging fund drive may have
"serious consequences" for the
! child caring and adoption plan
ning program of the Children's
Home Society of North Carolina,
officials warned today.
Ben Cone of Greensboro, fi
nance chairman for the Society,
said returns from the traditional
Christmas mail solicitation "are
running dangerously below last
Unless the trend is reversed, he
cautioned, "this lack of financial
support can have serious conse
quences for the Society's work in
Miss Harriet L. Tynea, execu
tive director of the agency whose
headquarters is in Greensboro,
said the problem is complicated
by the increasing demands for
services. "There has been more
than a 10 per cent increase in
the number of children we have
been asked to help this year,"
she explained. "The likelihood if
that this increase will continue,
rather than diminish, in the com
The Society gives its services
statewide without charge. It
shares in United Fund appeals,
through Carolinas United. The
mail solicitation during Decem
ber remains the source of nearly
half of the voluntary support
! As for peanuts and peanut pro
ducts, there's never any problem
about what to do with them. As
long as the kids like sandwiches
and their parents like snacks, pea
nuts are bound to be popular
which is the sole mum by which
the Society carries out Its >.vork.
Cone said returns from the mall
appeal may have beta slowed by
several factors, including the lata
Thanksgiving. "We hope and be
lieve this trend will be reversed,
and the support will be forthcom
ing to carry on the Society's pro
gram at its traditional high
level," hie added.
Because of the increased re
quests for aid, Miss Tynes said
the Society hjui to deny service
to a number of children in the
past year. "We hope, she said,
"we shall not be forced to do this
again in 1904 "
Contributions may be sent to
the Society at P. O. Box. 3173
| By MRS. EHHMAN PICKLER
i Candlelight Service
A Candlelight Service was held
at Samarcand Manor, Tuesday
evening, December 17, when the
Samarcand Glee Club (48 girls)
presented a two-part, program to
the large audience. The first part
consisted of several Christmas
carols and songs. The second
half of the program was devoted
to a Christmas Cantata called
"The Glory Of The Star" by
Cross and Landon.
A beautiful stage setting with
appropriate manger scene and
lighting effects enhanced the
splendid musical program. Two
girls read Biblical passages.
Mrs. Walter Alpert is the ac
complished music director of the
school. She arranged the entire
program and conducted the mus
ic. Mrs. Theodore Webb accom
panied the glee club. On? of their
numbers was "Hymn Oi Praise," j
with words and inusic bv Mrs i
Spencer Adams observed his |
fourth birthday anniversary at i
the home of his parents, Mr. and |
Mrs. Joseph W. Adams, on Wed- |
nesday evening. Birthday cake I
and ice cream was served to the
following small guests: Lisa Mor
gan, Carolyn Collins and Brent
Foushee, and mothers. Mrs. Doug
Morgan, Mrs. Earl Collins and
Mrs. Ralph Foushee.
Investment in U. S Savings
Bonds helps to build "personal
purchasing power" ? and helps to
provide a method of saving that's
safe and sure.
To all our
arid good will.
be a happy and holy one,
r^iyutfier^n rPineA\ jV}&
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Sand hi Us Candy Shop
Happy New Year
Thanks for your patronage.
SOUTHERN PINES FLORIST
VIRGINIA DAVIS LANDIS. INC
l ? VILLAGE COURT BLDG.
Pinehursi. N. C. Pho 110 284-2361
MID-SEASON CLEARANCE SALE
Up to 50% Off Regular Price
Starling Friday, December 27th
Weal Dresses - Suits
Hand Knit and Hand Embroidered
Sweaters from Hong Kong
? . Negligees
Worth While Savings
Here are holiday
wishes aplenty an3
thanks for our friends.
Xlie Ferris Wlieel Gift Shop
. . . and one of our happiest holiday
traditions is wishing you and yours a season
filled with merriment and good cheer.
Agnes Dorothy Beauty Shop
FAYE McCORMAC EDITH SWOOPE
A Blend of 65% Neutra! '
Applejack, NoAge.ar,' "% Apple Jack 6 Years Old.
Hickory Town Distilu.tg Co., Eaton town, N.J.
+ BUILDING ? * BUYING ? 4%
LOW INTEREST ? CONVENIENT TERMS
NO DISCOUNT FEES
Southern Pines Savings* Loan Assn
205 S. E. Broad Street