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   Fairbanks Daily News Miner (Newspaper) - January 31, 1959, Fairbanks, Alaska                                Ann Landers... Answers Your Problems Hawaiian [Ribs Are Succulent Dear Ann I'm a widow every weekend from late September through De- cember. My husband is a hunt- ing fanatic. He's crazy about Like to pick a rib? Want to try an oriental flavor corn- feel about living on a base in-jbination? Then take a lesson stead of having a regular home. WONDERING (P.S. I hope you will not print my real initials because! from Hawaiian cooks of Chi- nese descent. They have a way of serving spareribs shooting deer, elk, geese, I would not like my that moves. Thank you.) Meanwhile I sit with four children waiting for him to come home. When he DOES fiance to'crisp, brown and succulent Dear Wondering: I Reading j coupled with pineapple, in am jcook books originating in the islands, made us drool. Try ISTEt dfc come home he's too tired to I promise to print also the best j di int sav "hello" before he drops in! letter I receive from a serv- not, aisappoim, bed j iceman's wife, dealing with Hunting is an expensive! wel" sport and we aren't rich come. pie. His car expenses for these! ,______ trips, plus ammunition and! Dear Ann: Just 2-. particular culinary skills? __ ____ ___l'.T m .1 ___ This' dish is one even the newest cook can successfully prepare. Isn't it pleasant to know that for it no years of experience are needed, no I Fairbanks Artist-Poet To Show Works In Juneau, Seattle; Present Booklet supplies, new type guns, married a gin who had all what have vou, keep us attributes of the queen for i, _ i rmr riroam nnilsp Snp n jmy dream house. She could have made you think black was white, I learned shortly after our marriage that she lied about her age. She was eight years older than I. Also I paid for as being un-jthe improvements on some property which she owned, the well strapped. Our friends never include us during hunting season because they know George is away. In order to make these trips every weekend he must work night so I never see him. All Spareribs are given an oven briefing while a sauce with pineapple syrup, honey, soy] sauce, vinegar and ginger j ith cornstarch is! i- WHEN RIBS GO are spareribs in the Hawaiian style crisp, brown, succulent and easy to prepare. Cooked in a hot oven, basted with a spe- cial sauce, and covered with pineapple rings, they are irresistible. bound with cornstarch made on the top of the range Then the sauce is poured over i the meat and the ribs com plete their oven stay. A little loving basting once in a while produces a beautiful glaze. i _ r I Daily Mews Public showing of her paint- ings and publication of a book of her poetry are crystalizing into reality for Mrs. Claire Fejes, Fairbanks artist, the creative dreams and work of more than 20 years. Mrs. Fejes, homemaker and wife, is leaving Wednesday evening with her daughter, Yolande, who will be six on Feb. 5, for a series of public showings of her Scenes of Sesualik exhibit. The more than 20 oil paintings in the Gaughanish manner were shown in popular exhibits in December at Travelers Inn and Ft. Greely. More than Alaskans viewed her ef- forts at these showings, Mrs. Fejes estimated. On her trip, she will hang her exhibit first in Juneau at the Baranof Hotel. Dates of the show are Feb. 6 and 7 with sponsorship and arrange- ments being handled by Ohap- .ter D., P. E.G. Sisterhood. Mrs. Betty Hammond of the jP.E.O. and Mrs. Henry Har- CLAIRE FEJES gage and Yola. Some of the works on the tour are being loaned by private collectors in Fairbanks and College while others are from the artist's own collection. Just before leaving on her trip, her first to her former _ ___ _ _ _ Fairbanks Daily News-Miner, Saturday, January 31, 1959- 5 president of Alaskan home in New York City since 1 i Arts anc) crafts, Inc., Mrs. Fejes will release My father in law says being that before the ribs finish is should be happy George is the property was sold I was> to pineapple rings go chasing game, not women, share in the proceeds. tnejr pan to pick up This is no comfort. What a saie behind my backjsome of the sauce and heat you say, Ann Landers? and put the money in a secret] We thjnk rice the perfect MARKSMAN'S WIDOW. Dear Widow: Wives have complained about hunter- husbands ever since the bow and arrow. No one has been able to come up with a pat solution, but here are a few practical suggestions, and I hope they help. Three out of four is a pretty account. Must crookedness life or I can have nulled? DISENCHANTED Dear Disenchanted: It's un- likely that you can have a marriage annulled after 24 Featured in the Januar issue of the Lutheran Miss daughter o: Arlene Kinared, Mr. and Walter Kinared of Fairviewj Manor. Miss Kinared is a. Quests To Attend Ball Tonight Candidates for Winter Car- be introduced accompaniment to these attending Pacific uc mlluuuucu I put up with this _ but we hope it is cooked eran College in Tacoma, Wash. Dimes less tor tne rest 01 so each srain TV.O T-imir-al nnv t-r, tLrl oriental style so each frain The "A Day Benefit Ball, according to ed by the Fairb; is mere is separate, tender but firm. the Life of a Student Mrs Babette LaVoie, chair-land Professional .ave tne marriage an- Our arjvjce to new cooks is a three of the event. They willjhave been decoi plans several of the newer j dances such as the Cha-Cha.j The dance is being sponsor-i ed by the Fairbanks Business! iional Women whoj decorating Eagles! made preliminary arrange- ments in Juneau. Mrs. Fejes, an expressive dynamic type of person, will be busy on her trip keeping track of the more than 15 crates of paintings, her lug- Calendar of Coming Events good average for any nun- years because your wife lied ]ikg to t them on ter. Ask your husband to compromise and stay home iiara w rum, evening. staged oeen supervisee oy mr When we serve these ribsj Miss Kinared is, at A" choice program is plan-LaVoie and George Huber. P ll KP t.n nut1. f.PiPTn ATI in t-Via rtiiHnnH i L ,4 In cr hom'nc af Q n T the student! nerj for intermission and in- ?er. Ask your husband to j about her age did last j Sf of the danceTTom' Marrick ne out of money on a business !portj0ns wll] keep piping hot lege. Each senior is required !o{ the 9th Army Band will one week end a month dur ing the season. This is not an unreasonable request. Then plan some hen parties when you know he'll be away. The left at home- wives of hunters often get to- gether and have a wonder- ful time. Some women say they like hunting season because it gives them a chance to catch up on mending, letter-writ- ing, reading, closet cleaning, etc. And P.S. Don't tattle to vour father-in-law. It casts J Dancing begins at 9 p.m. with the Grand March, led by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Crow, _- -c-----0 1CE.C- UlcUjll i transact.cn. Im no lawyer, jwhjle the first ones are being spend one semester in ai" specialty dance act at 10 p.m. however and suggest you enjoyed. They are especially ciassroorn of a public school, J ROScoe Holland of the All proceeds will be donated obtain a legal opinion. attractive because the pine- she is primarily interested Horseshoe will pre- to the March of Dimes. -i working with several piano numbers. And while you're at it, why apple ri Tigs show not see a marriage counse. inst appetitie-teasing sch'ool lor about getting this badly of tne porlc A11 6 nnnlr 1 :_i_ _r; back on the track? If people work- ed as hard to save a marri- age as they do to kill it they'd be surprised at the oositive results. is also at- gntertain- ment will be a new state song. reels 1S ?f fT'Sh Bending Pacific Lutheran The words were written by to h _. __ it had stepped out of a color Women Plan J1952, Mrs. Fejes her new and --first book of poetry, "Primeval Land." The poignant poetry publication is a family project, Mrs. Fejes remarked, and would not have been possible without the co- operation of her husband, Jos- In fact, the poetess explain- Jed, she wrote secretly for _ I years and it was her husband i f-c I who urged her to submit 'work to the Alaska League of 12-year-old son, Mark, has seen manager and chief stap- ier and daughter, Yola, has been folder. The booklet is dedicated "To my beloved nusband, Joe, one of adopted sons, who builds with enduring faith in our great primeval land." After leaving Juneau, Mrs. Fejes' paintings will be hung in the Frye Art Museum in Seattle for 10 days, opening March 1. The exhibit was ar- ranged through the efforts of Miss Ruth Pennington, who taught at the University of Alaska, and Miss Pauline Johnson, both now of the Uni- versity of Washington school of art faculty. Miss Johnson described the paintings as "Alaska portrayed from an art point of view." From Seattle, Mrs. Fejes and Yola will fly to New Yrok City to visit with family and friends. There also, the ex- hibit will be shown in a pri- vate gallery showing. Final arrangements are still being made, Mrs. Fejes said. In presenting the booklet to the public, Mrs. Fejes will have an party be- tween 1 and 3 p.m. Monday at the Hobby House, 129 Lacey St. The booklets will sell for each and will be available simultaneously later in Anchor- age, Sitka and Juneau. i Western Writers contest in bake sale, sponsored by Tan-irreen Kennel Club, 10 a.m.. Norm- i prize in the Rummage Sale, sponsored by Alpha! 1956. in fact, her first entry, iamma of ESA, 10 ..m., YMCA, NQrth Waitg Long for Food and baki ana Valley Kei ward Bids, lobby. College Community Library, 2 1o 4 by University Community Presby- terian Church. Latin American Dance Class, 7 p.m.. i 1Q-7 i poetry division. In ner ,i A "Rpll" firs'" hon- rtiBSKan T dll LUUJi HIS. I lull ors also in the same contest. Mrs. Fejes says that the uso Feature movie, and 7 p.m. poems are an expression of SO Club. fQaliT-KT friT. uso outh For held His Army a junior tnis year. yeronica Wells and the music wo brothers here, bv Gene Brooks. Mrs. Marian] D c.. id Karry. Her the L CU1 lap'pr nf hhp North- kn fKo fircf rimp! __ SUNDAY Day of Reconciliation services, 9 a.m. Monroe High School chapel. am> USO. plenty hand. To learn the knack of feel- "close ing comfortable with the op-! Dosite sex, send for Ann Lan-j SWEET 'N STICKY RIBS booklet, "How To Be; WITH PINEAPPLE ,-nlo of a whiner I Date enclosing 4 to pounds you in the role of a wh.ner, spare_ sided here about two years. or a shrew. year, has two" brothers here, L aliU --------j 13LUJ lUiu vv iii --01 Add one more tip: is manager of the will be the first time! the PSP nhs calls for havmgior.n rnmmprriiil Pn v in v rrihlir'1 Di choir )ravei funds, 1 (.ommerciai has been heara in a Of Christian Service ofito 7 p.m.. uinrop High school. ___ ____ store and the famuy has re- performance. Methodist Church j 3 sketches by Mrs. Fejes. Emcee tne :are busv Eettins read "Bubbling Buck" Emory events, Th music for the occasion will tnev are havirg a get i Mfvicemen and their provided by Harry Quest dinner for the his DLxielana band. at f_hp uso Feature uso. land a large, self lent into 2-rib Dear Ann' I'm engaged to a Damped envelope. jl can (1 pounci ana 14 ounces) meats wonderful Air Force man. We' Ann Landers will oe glad tojslicea pineapple, cup honey whole_ win "iarrv as soon as I finish 'help you with your problems. [2 tablespoons sauce, raise choir travel funds, ija woman's feeling for Alaska to 7 p.m., Lathrop High School. Kpr-p fnr VearS Youth For Christ Rally, film "I Be-ialcer living nei e iui fu 5 p.m., salvation j through the darkness and the to seasons. For more than YMCA, wickersham road. l is years she has ceen work- B.U. p.m.. 'he creatlon rf and thfiy an flow of her creative ability when she wasn't painting. Il- lustrations in the gaily cover- ed book are sharp pen :etches by Mrs. Fejes. As the project is a family one, Mrs. Fejes- explained, her business college. Send them to her in care of j teaspoons cider vinegar, My problerrf is this: He in-ithis newspaper enclosing a j teaspoon ginger, 1 tablespoon; nds to make the Air self addressed 1 tablespoon cold. Q. How canlmakethej. t, of Brazil nuts come and without trouble? JV1-6 A. By warming the Brazil !M in a moderate oven be- ifore breaking the shells. !dents at the University of! dinner will be i held immediately following thi Kiwanls Club, noon, Travelers Inn. Board of Directors, Chamber of Com- lerce, noon. Count's Dinner House. Is Speaker Guest speaker at the Hamil- ton Acres Homemakers month- ly meeting was Mrs. Sara Groves, district home exten- sion agent. She talked about correct pos- ture and what it does for person's health. She also show- ed the members how to walk and sit properly. Hostesses for the meeting were Mrs. Tom Hering and Mrs. Henry Gettinger. Add one of your own prized recipes to a birthday gift go- ing to a friend who enjoys cooking. If the recipient is a man, the recipe can be one for a dish that may be rr.ade on an outdoor grill. SMALL TALK by Sym tends to make the his career. We are planning buy a trailer so we won't have to live in hotels, apartments and so on. I want to marry him but I wonder what life will be like, moving around and bringing up children under these conditions and not hav- ing permanent roots. I'm asking you to please Q How can I waterproof al Purely Personal Utlil Place ribs pair of everyday outdoor i water. JMethod: layer, meaty side up, in a dressing macje': large roasting pan in a veryjbv mdtjn t ther two not (450 degrees oven for 30; beeswax to one part of! minutes; pour off fat m fat_ A ply at night! Meanwhne dram syrup fromjand remove th7 next nlorn. pineapple into small sauce- with a iece of flannel_ IIJZ. will I O Wi i.uiiiji-i. Add honey, soy sauce, HQW c'an l cut crocheted p.m.; Masonic church service and Mrs. Hazel i community service council, i p.m.. Chestnut will be in charge in j of Dimes style show, p.m., the kitchen. Those interested i street Theater. j. _, College Community Library, 10 9 in attending are aSKed tO Call pm, by University Community Presby- 2739 or 2700. The women are also holdinp frequent work parties to pre- pare for next fall's bazaar. Mrs. James Scott is chairman for this event. On February 8 and the week i P-r terlai Church. Rainbow Girls, Temple. Electrical Workers Union, executive board, p.m.. Union Hall, A48 5th Ave. Alcoholics Anonymous, p.m., St. larthew's parish [Visitors welcome. High School P-TA, 8 p.m., Lathrop City Council, 8 p.m., Federal Court- ;vinegar and ginger; stir wjtho, :low heat until honey becomes! R. J. Bratton, Mrs. R. mixture. Cook and two ,__ nr rwnr mnnprarp hPflr i Jacobs and Mrs. R. A. Molin- constantly over moderate until fhmVanoH QnH r'onr Togs for travel, at nome, following, memoers will Sewing class, p.m., uso. casual entertaining and late] at the USO Club. They will I Fairbanks Nurses Assn.. s p.m.. h will be I he hisses for thp W" Dom will bejbe hostesses for the March of Day of Prayer and tea on Feb- "We ask all of our appli- "Not me, you don't. cants for employment to taks how I lost my last job." an aptitude test." ________________________ Shirt Waister eau served as co-hostesses CttU OC1 uo wvj i J.11JW A littLj ii tt with Mrs. Black. A dessert ofjSpoon sauce over ligh.ly thread from twisting when f T _______] j rih.t; RaKP iincovrf'-! TI____jr, Q. How can I keep the sale has been sched- February 14 in the Styles for the Jet j Northward lobby. The Age" are striking, vivid at the sale will bej unforgettable, according of Valentine candy. I Mrs. Vernon Forbes, chairman! The group meets gel food cake covered with i browned _ nos. tsaKe a double thread? of the event. The styles are on the second Tuesday of I chocolate whipped cream wasled> oastmg pccasionai.y, tor A Makg a knot in e a very feminine, she month at 8 p.m. in the se-ved Others 'attending hour or unhl nbs are, tender d d d w through as I Featuring washable, drop-! basement of the First Method-1 Mrs. G. D. Heckle, Mrs. "'vh brown. About i3 minutes before nos are fm- N. Fraizer, Mrs. G. F. mer, Mrs. K. J. Hauser, Mrs.lished, aad pineapple rings, A. H. Smith, Mrs. K. D.i Makes 4 to 6 servings Adams, Mrs. O. M. Boring, If ribs are small d u r i w i nd y Mrs. J. P. Dodds, Mrs. C. R.j lean la minutes may be weathers. This will keep fabrics, the collection of list Church. The group wel-j from snarling. I summer wear is the latest comes guests, a representa-j Q. How can I give relief from the modern California de- tive__said. j the eyes when they persist Miss Stephanie Koretji usual, thread fr Ifil VX, Lenche, Mrs. S. E. Sims for the preliminary browning, and tnere may ibe no fat in pan to pour off. Mrs. J. J. Marshall. f A birthday party was the; Lt. and Mrs. F. B. Cordnerj of Eielson AFB. On hand to help Lynne celebrate were Punky Minard, Debbie Olson, Dale Howard, Cathy Cordner, J e a n i e Thornburgh, Carol Notes First place winners at th e Wednesday night session of the Farthest North Bridge Club were Sic. and Mrs. J o hn Clarke. Taking second we r e Stewart, Roberta and David [Mrs. Tom Canafax and C.W.O. Arinder, Kelly Saucerman, Shortess. Mrs. James Ryan and Mary Esther Kamoe and j and Al Waxberg were third. Missy Sengstack. j On Sunday there will be an- Velvet other unit monthly master- One of the easiest ways to j point day, beginning at p. remove creases from velvet at the YMCA. It will be a for one person to hold it i single session. Persons wishing' tightly while another information about mast-1 a warm iron over the point day or who need part-] side. Then brush the nap, andiners, may call Mrs. Ida John-[ the velvet will look like new. I son, 5324. A, Bathe the eyes in a solu- of San Francisco. Modelling a variety ofj clothes, everything from beach! tion of ten grains of boraciclwear to cocktail dresses, willj acid to one ounce of hot dis-1 be Mrs. Charles P. Cecil, Mrs.; tilled water. Sara Groves, Mrs. James Q. How long should one's Manix, Mrs. Ronald Reiner. visit with a sick friend in a Mrs. Richard Schoen and! hospital be? A. Twenty minutes to a half- hour is plenty, and for some- who is quite ill fifteen Mrs. John C. Mues. Fashion! commentator will be Mrs. j Phyllis Findley. j Monday's show will be held minutes is enough. Only if at the Lacey Street Theater! you are a dear friend, one beginning at p.m. Tickets whom the patient knows so well that he will not feel duty- bound to talk with you if he doesn't want to, should you are per person. On Tuesday there will be another show at the Robert Sullivan Theater at Ladd AFB, stay for any length of time. starting at p.m. 1450 we WITH THf NEW PHOTO-GUIDE A bright, young casual to please every home dressmak- er its sew simple! No. 1450 with PHOTO-; GUIDE is in sizes, 8, 10, 14, 16, 18. Size 10, 31 bust, 4 yards of 35 or 39 inch. Send 35 cents in coins for this pattern to IRIS LANE.j (Fairbanks Daily Box 438, Midtown Station New York 18, N. Y. Add 10 i cents for each pattern f o first-class mailing. i Send 50 cents now for your copy of Home Sewing for '59, j ready February 1st. Featured; are sew-easy pattern; impor-; tant dressmaking steps. i Don't Rob the Kid's PIGGY BANK Fill those pockets the HONEST way. Sell "don't wants" to people that do a Daily News-Miner CLASSIFIED AD DIAL 6661 UST CHANCE FOR COMBINED W-2 SETS FEDERAL AND ALASKA Reserve Yours TODAY PHONE 6668 PRINTING COMPANY, INC., 514 Second Avenue Fairbanks, Alaska Co-Op Drug WELCOMES THE NEW BABIES BORN IN FAIRBANKS EACH WEEK WITH A FREE 5x7 PORTRAIT parents should get FREE Gift tlficata from Co-Qp good tor i 5x7 DAN'S their child when about four months old. To Mr. and Mrs. Hiram McDonald, 722 Airport Road, daughter, on' Jan. 26. To Mr, end Mrs. James Route, Box 1600, a daughter, on Jan. i 26, i To Mr, and Mrs, Jerold of. Lemeia, a son, 01 Jan. 27. To Mr. and Mrs. Roy T. Pulvermach- er, of Dome, a son, on Jan. 27. To Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cswg'H, son, on Jan. 28, To Mr. and Mrs. Robert Men-lit, of j a son, on Jan, 28, i Alaska's Largest Drug store 535 Second Ave. Ph. 5580 hve Here is needle-Iced, stiletto-heeled mid-high) fashion in a pump you'll live in and love. It fits so well! Feels so wonderful! 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