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Daily Gazette (Newspaper) - January 20, 1970, Xenia, Ohio A THE XENIA DAILY GAZETTE Tuesday, January JO, 1J70 OPPORTUNITIES UNLIMITED 'JUST-ENOUGH' JOB JUST RIGHT FOR LOTS OF WOMEN By ROBERTA ROESCH Anolher name for parl- iirae could be talented designer who needs some part-time help. "1 work from to "just-jshe added. "And that's just enough job because this work- enough for me A second woman who calls mother of four ..Cr job a -just-enough- agreed 'and S8ven she revealed to me, "But 1 couldn't handle a nine-to-five[ job because my children need1 me around when they "1 made this she told! time I! First, answer newspaper "Help Wanted" ads whenever they give an indication that part-lime work would be ac- ceptable. Second, place "Situation Wanted" ads in newspapers yourself and be patient about waiting for answers. Third, apply at state employ- employ- patient list GREENE MEMORIAL Admissions Monday: Mrs. Boyd Heed, 1891 Him- Butchcr, Fail-born. Son (o Mr, and Mrs. Guenlher, Fairborn. HELEN HELP US! my my help very "But, as much as I love be- ment offices, private ment neencies and Fourth, visit or telephone every place in your area that home from school. i i "j" "Besides 1 have no to 'f.r am.lly and use part-time employes, for office or clerical work. f a, also (OIA few typical places lo consider I get out of the house and see'are foundations; social and re- other people, oo. jligious institutions; museums; Consequently, my part-time arls and erafts. studios; inst estate and insurance firms; travel agencies; hospitals; li- merman Rd., Fairborn, inedi- Daughter lo Mr. and ca'- Tommy Thomas, Alpha. Mrs. John Gregory, 113 Daughter to Mr. and I'rugh Ave., surgical. Joseph Partlow, Xcnia. She's Outdated As Buttonhook El wood Mrs By HELEN BOTTEL pie. Tell everyone you know you want a "just-enough" Mrs. James Smith, 1455 Sixth, keep your eyes and Fudse Dr ST. ELJZABETH- that plan to move to your cinity. Apply for work at furgle 1'red Sliley' (If you would like to receive the leaflet "How lo Find a Grover Phillips, Part-Time send me your request and a stamped, self-ad- dressed envelope in care of Xcnia Daily medical. I Son to .Mr. and Mrs. Carlisle, Fairborn. Loveland, CLINTON MEMORIAL, M r s. Danald leuiLdL. Herschel Anderson, 496 I am creative with my hands, so I've found a wonderful job j o Gives Your FALSE TEETH UPPER ROOM prayer More Biting Power Jutt PASTEETH on your dentures does alt this: (I) Helps hold both uppers ind lower firmer longer; Holdi them mor comfortably; (3) you en more naturally.PASTEETH Dentur Adhesive Powder li under dentures. NO gummy, gooey, pMty DenturM tint fit are essential to health. So see jour denilsb regularly. uae FASTEZTH at all drujr enough for me. H a job would do for you what it is doing for thousands of others, here are six things you can do. FLORA-CHEQUES (Gift Certificates) ENGLE FLORAL Darlon ftarn (inn) Call 372-8051 i. a man in authority branes; schools; hotels; restau-jmakes you go one mile go with rants; market research firms; j him two." (Matthew 5-41 department stores and specialty NEB) shops; supermarkets; theatres; Second St., surgical. Births Monday: Daughter to Mr. and Mr. Kevin Adair, 5153 Rexford Dr., Dayton. Son lo Mr. and Mrs. Larry Mellon, 63 Alpha Bellbrook Dismissals: Kd., Be.ivercreek. Dismissals Monday: Ralph Donaldson, 9-year-old Admissions: Mrs. Joseph Trivell, James- town, medical. Nancy King, Jamestown, medical. Mrs. Michael Clevenger YOUTH ASKED FOR IT! Dear S: Thank you for brightening my day! Gralefulgraros .are a ler- nlic Idea: I IUMW how much This column is for young peo _ pie, Jheir problems and plea- they help, as a Sures, Iheiv troubles and fun. few myself, As with Ihe resl of If e i e n lleip it welcomes laughs___________ _-v bill won't dodge a serious yellow stationery, made lo leek question with a brush-off. like telegrams. Down eack tide Send your teenage queslionsof the paper Is printed "Thank lo YOUTH ASKED FOR jB eight different NOTE TO READERS) FYI, Gratefulgrams are ibetti of son of Mrs. Ethel Donaldson 217 E. Park St., surgical. Mrs. James BonDiirant, Boiv- ersville, surgical. Mrs. Donald Faulkner, South (ions as you can and check them regularly. Fifth, seek leads through friends, social contacts, former 11, -_ i Henry, 208 Spruce in all mat comes to me. Keep Dr., Fairborn, medical me patient Inspire me with the spirit of hope. Use me to im- pact strength to other troubled GRANDVIEW- Births: crtninjf WAYS FIRST QUALITY Store Hours: Monday and Friday Tues., Wed., Thurs. and Sat. SHOP EARLY! WHILE SELECtlONS LAST! CHARGE IT: REDUCED! Girls' Gloves and Hats ORiq. NOW 1.88 ORIG. NOW Me REDUCED! Infants' Thermal Sleepers ORIG. NOW REDUCED! Infants' Polo Shirts ORIG. NOW SI REDUCED! Girls' Robes ORfG. J5.M-J7.98 NOW S4 REDUCED! Girls' Sweaters ORIG. f4 NOW REDUCED! Girls' Slack Sets OIUG. NOW S5 REDUCED! Girls' Coats and Jackets OHIG. W.99-J22 NOW REDUCED! Girls' Dresses ORIG. NOW S3 S4 REDUCED! Girls' Coordinate Pieces ORIG. JS 4 NOW REDUCED! Girls' Pant Skirts ORIG. NOW REDUCED! Infants' Snowsuits ORIG. NOWS9 REDUCED! Girls' Suits ORIG. NOW 8.88 REDUCED! Women's Knee Socks ORIG. NOW 77c REDUCED! Women's Snuggles ORIG. 79c ea. NOW 50c ea. REDUCED! Women's Wigs ORIG. ?29 NOW ORIG. NOW 10.88 j SPECIAL! Women's Deerskin Winter Gloves 3.88 SPECIAL! Boys' Knit Shirts 1.88 SPECIAL! Girls' Flare Lejf Slacks 2.66 LEFT OVER SPECIAL! Men's Dress Shirts 3 for REDUCED! Wool Fabric Bonded and Plain ORIG. i 43.50 NOW ORIG. J4.50 NOW 349 LEFT OVER SPECIAL! Asst. Materials 48e 77c REDUCED! Women's 2 and 3-Pc. Slack Sets ORIG. JlS-JJt NOW REDUCED! Women's Asst. Sportswear ORIG. A NOW REDUCED! Women's Dresses ORIG. NOW SPECIAL! Women's Hooded Corduroy Jackets 19J8 REDUCED! Women's Pant Skirts ORIfJ. JS NOW REDUCED! Women's Slacks ORIG. fit NOW REDUCED! Women's Rainwear ORIG. NOW REDUCED! Women's Coats ORIG. REDUCED! Women's Print Shirt Blouses ORIG. is NOW day. and son Wilma Funk, Xenia, surgical. care of Helen Help US! Xenia Daily Gazette. Dear Helen: My boy friend tells me I'm as outdated as the buttonhook. He keeps trying and I keep resist- ing, as 1 like him, but no t THAT much! This liger-type says time, tide and sex wait for no man. What should I LOSING INTEREST born Wednes- Dear L.I.: Tell him it's time Tiger wait- ed for As you guages, and at the top: "Ns matter what language speak this is a of thanks." They are the brainchild tf Seattle, Wash, tales training organization who sends a free supply for the asking. Sorry I ean'l give the address here- stork club Columbus, announce ihe birth of their first child, Keliv Lynn Thursday at Mt. Carmel Hospital. Grandparents a r e Mr. and Mrs. Roy (Benny) De- voe, 118 Hardacre Dr., and Mr and Mrs. Cyrus Hunter, Acker- man PI. Great grandparents Tnu Mr' Mrs- Donald .vlcPherson, Mr. and Mrs Clyde Devoe and Mr. and Mrs' A. Conklin, all of Xen- say, you don't like him that much, so h i m right out of your life. H, Dear Helen: My parents are watching me like a 6-year-old .child. When I where I'll be, and the name and telephone number of the Even without.Special station- ery, however, a message of thanks Is just about the best unexpected gift re- ceive. And it helps the giver too! H, Tin's column is dedicated 'to family living, so if you're h'av- nt R to us- Then we SO1 a batch KUdow Sr. of Tucson, Ari, ot "Gralefulgrams" and sent one to each store where they Now this might be okay for a girl, but I'm a IC-year-old guy! It, sure looks dopey for a boy (o be checked on that way. Don't you agree? I'm sure you will as you are pretty hip for your age. MIKE Dear Mike: Sorry to disappoint you. 1 don't .think it's unreason- able lo insist on knowing how a 16-year-old can be located "in case of nor to ex- peel a call if he ean't make it home on lime. If the situation were re- versed, wouldn't YOU feel better knowing where your par- ents are and when they'll be back? I'll bet they always tell you too; H. Dear Helen: You hear a' lot about h o w clerks downgrade kids, 'and treat teenagers like scum. But you.hardly e.yer hear about the nice clerks. This Christmas my friends and I kept track of the store PLEASE NOTE In cor'-' Hswmilenre i l j, Mils column, please is tallows: Helen Botlel, In care "'.The Gazelle, Xenia, -o B 1 ThU speeds the (orwardjnr of your inter md Insure., It will no be opened in The Gazelle cooking is fun Mr. and Mrs. Tommy G Thomas of Alpha are announc- ing the birth of their first child Tricia Kay, Saturday al Grand- view Hospital, Dayton. Grand- parents are Mr. and Mrs Charles C. Friend of Fairborn and Mr. and Mrs Thomas of Alpha James A. treated us Tike humans. If pos- sible, we named the clerk, or at least described him or her. I'm enclosing a gram" to show you what I mean. Maybe if more people would do this there would more nice people -serving-, t AFTERNOON TEA This cake is similar to one that was sold commercially: LEMON TEAOAKE i'A cups unsifted to aerate before measuring 1 teaspoon baking 1 teaspoon salt 'A cup grated., blanched al- monds, use electric bjender. "r nut grater _ sugar bulter, "jn'eljed Grated rind of, 2 lemons 2 Jfi. cup milk 2 tablespoons lemon .juice, EXPANDING FILES See our window display for most every size You might need from dollar bill size to 2 foot square. Even some with locks on them. METAL FILE CABINETS! In our apposite window is a display of just about every size of metal boxes you'd ever need! XENIA OFFICE SUPPLY 61 Greene St. Ph. 372-2381 Grease a 9 by 5 by '3 inch' baE pan) Vitji wax paper; grease paper. On another sheet of wai paper thoroughly slir together 'th.e flour, baking powder a'nd s.altV stir in almonds. In mixing bowl stir, together 1 cup of the sugar, the butler and lemon rind; thoroughly" beat, in eggs; stir in flour almond" mixture, in 3. additions, alter-' nately until dry ingredients are'moistened. Turn into .prepared pan. Bake in: a preheated 350-degree oven un- til, a cake tester inserted' .iri center comes out clean about' 45 minutes, Meanwhile stir to- gether the remaining Vt cup sugar and. lemon juice not all (the sugar will dissolve. As soon as cake is out of the oven very slowly spoon iempn ..juice mixture over top of hot Let stand 5 minutes'. With a small metal spalula loos-' en edges; turn out: "on wire' rack; remove turnBright side up; cool completely. -Wrap' in plastic in tin' box- overnight before slicing. .Wont Ads Do The Job! SHOP PEHHErS CAIALOfi DESK. DIAL CH.BCF IT. Wew cLook iii Diamond nos Sporitlina, qucljt and wcddJM'" band for wtdding bond for 37 E. Main St. Xuia, Ohio JTMHl
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