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When addressing an elder by his or her first name, assuming that a casual relationship has already been established, it is...proper...among traditionally-raised Southerners to precede the name with Miss or Mister.

examples of usage:

Miss Nelly, will you please pass the cheese grits?

Please don't make me pick my own switch, Mister Joe!

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