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Beth rickers/Daily Globe Terry Schissel displays the tea set inherited from her mother -- Royal Albert's Old Country Roses pattern -- of which she has since collected the entire china set.

From England to Worthington

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WORTHINGTON -- While stationed overseas, a handsome G.I. meets a pretty girl at a dance, falls in love with her and brings her home as his bride.

In a nutshell, that's the story of how Englishwoman Terry Schissel became a resident of Worthington more than 50 years ago.

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Beth Rickers
Beth Rickers is the veteran in the newspaper staff with 25 years as the Daily Globe's Features Editor. Interests include cooking, traveling and beer tasting and making with her home-brewing husband, Bryan. She writes an Area Voices blog called Lagniappe, which is a Creole term that means "a little something extra." It can be found at http://lagniappe.areavoices.com/.  
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