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   Daily Gazette (Newspaper) - December 24, 1970, Xenia, Ohio                                9 THE XENIA DAILY GAZETTR Thursday, December Helen Help Us! YOUTH PENDULUM SWINGING FROM VIOLENCE TO APA THY By HELliN BOWEL YOUTH ASKED FOR IT! This column Is for young peo- ple, their problems and plea- sures, their troubles and fun. As with the rest of Helen Help it welcomes laughs but Won't dodge a serious question act with a general shrug when with a brush-off. Send your teenage questions to YOUTH ASKED FOR IT, once-hot issues arc mentioned. Then he wondered, "H a v e drugs caused this Ye Gods! Can't we do any- thing right? Maybe, just may- be, we've learned (hat violence only hurts our causes as in the few shoutdowns and egg- tlirowiugs that happened dur- agiinst boarded-up buildings ing October political speeches. care of Helen Help US! Xonia Daily Gazette. Dear Helen: Last year adnlls were beat- 'Ing their little pointy heads and wondering what youth was them to the "flop-eared Fifties" when nobody squeaked and tin; most excitement any college could expect was an over-stuffed wllll H. telephone booth. The writer said we didn't even take interest in the recent elections, and we seem to re- Mnybo we figure we've w o n .coming to all this trashingjthc war against war, what with and violence off. on campus and Seems they were scared out So now we're working more ol their skins by the long-haired quietly toward other goals, but dope fiends and anti-war freaksjwe need time to re-group and Vietnamization and troop pull' outs (though I question with their bombs and torches, iget our breath. etc. Instead of accusing Dear Sludenl: Given a chance lo gel their breulh Ihej will they Dear Helen: I'm in love with Ann. But Betty, Ann's best friend, fell iu love with me. Ann and Betty arc still good friends, but n o w Ann won't speak to me because Dear Annoyed: The woman took one look al me and told me she didn't want boy that looked liko R girl. 1 could see her point if my hair was down on my shoulders but It doesn't even cover mj ars. Is there anything I can do and if so, who would I conUcl'i ANNOYED per an editorial tilled "Return' to It took out after studdnts because they "weren't a little credit? ANOTHER interested" again. It likened.STUDENT I she apparently blames me fo Betty's misery. Believe me, Hel en, I had n o t h i n g to do will I Betty is still trying hard to get me to the altar, and I'm trying to get Ann there, wltl no hick. When even your o w n girl won't heslp you keep t h e competition down, who will? JEFF Bear Jeff: If your girl is more loyal to quietly toward other goals, but her friend than she is to you hink twice about this marriage hlng. H, Dear Helen: I recently inquired about job, but they wouldn't even le me fill out an application be jcause my hair was "too long.' Yesterday I read in our pa-iapathy, why don't adults recog- nize we're coming into the Sensible Seventies, and hand out Charlotte's Sample Shop in Bellbrook Extends To You and Yours Our Very Best Wishes For A HAPPY HOLIDAY Hours: Monday thru Saturday 10-6 V y y y y y y y y y- V W "ff- private employer has a right to set his or her own dress codes even Ihough they souiu silly or extreme. Your o n 1 j recourse, If you wapt the job Is to cut your hair. I'd suggest, however, that yo apply elsewhere. A boss this rigid might soon become your and then you'd have a black mark against your rec ord. H, I This column is dedicated to [amily living, so if you're hav- ing kid (rouble or just plain trouble, let Helen help YOU She will also welcome your own amusing experiences. Ad- dress Helen Bottel in care oi Xenia Daily Gazette. PLEASE NOTE: In cor- erspondence w 1 lit author ol this column, please address as follows: Helen Dottcl. in care ol The Gazette, Xenfa. Ohio. This speeds the iorwardlng of your letter and Insures It win not be opened. In The Gazette Newsroom. stork club Mr. and Mrs. A. Nathaniel itewart III, 233 E. Market St., lave named their fjrst child, )ana Jaamil Leone. She was jorn Dec.- 9 in Greene Memori- al Hospital. Paternal grandparents are Mrs. Ruth .R. Stewart, Xenia, and A. N. Stewart Jr., Altadena, Calif. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Henry Harris, N. J. 35... bringing borne the Christinas tree. cooking is fun AFTER XMAS SUPPER Sliced Turkey Baked Potatoes Carrots Vinaigrette Rolls Fresh Fruit Holiday Cookies CARROTS' VINAIGRETTE A nutritious and savory relish, 1 b a g (1 pound) carrots, pared 1 cup boiling water teaspoon salt Vi cup olive oil 3 tablespoons cider vinegar While pepper lo taste 1 large garlic clove, peeled 1 bay leaf Minced fresh parsley, if on hand Cut carrots into sticks about 3 inches long and 14 inch hick. In medium saucepan boil, covered, with boiling water and Vi teaspoon salt, turning once, until tender crisp 8 lo 10 minutes. Drain; turn ink a shal- ow comtainer. In a small mix- ng bowl with a fork beat togeth- er oil, vinegar, remaining Vj teaspoon salt and pepper; add jarlic (cut in half) and bay eaf; pour over carrots; mix well. Cover and refrigerate overnight. Let stand at room emperature about Vt hour be- fore serving so oil in mari- nade will flow. If used, sprinkle with parsley. Makes 6 to 8 serv- ngs. SEW IN FASHION To put on the dog, wear Fido's collar By KITT1E CAMPBELL No matter how gifted or ex perienced a woman is In sew ing at home; usually the plac where she becomes frustralec is in accessorizing particn larly jewelry. You can't mak diamonds, of course, but there are some Ideas worth thel weight in gems. New long, sinuous evening dresses currently in the new often have plunged necklines o deeply scooped u-necks, a n some (very New Year's Eve-y are completely strapless. New dog collars are Ui right complement for this loo designers have resortec to more than precious jewels t jet the effect and so ca you! One h i g h f a s hi o u de signer whose collection causei a great stir, showed many low and plunged necklines with doj collars made of passementeri Draid. He used two -and-a-hal inch wide braid tied high in the neck, with single strands streaming down the back ending in beads or knots. Hi iraid dog collars were elab orately made by hand, .and i you're happy in such work, you can do this, too. there are ready made braids available by-the-yard which could h.el.p you duplicate the effect i ou're not up to the self-effort There are other by the-yarc dnds of trimming which can nspire not-to-be-matched dog collars. There are two to threi nch wide networks of rhine stones wliioh have a simply fab ulous effect whipped up i n t dog collars. Other jewel trims already made up, and often used as edgings for a garment can easily be made i n t smashing dog collars for eve ning. If you want to have a del icate and very unique kind o dog collar, try your best em aroidered designs on velve jands, to be caught at the bacl with a jeweled clasp you'll fine n the "findings" department o Fashion Fabrics stores. Or ti hem on with tasseled cords. Dog collars are not strictly an evening item, as new fashions ave versions of them sliow- ng up with sweater tops, pants Jits, or worn with afternoon resses or over the lurtlenoek f tunic tops. Some I have een and admired are leather longs, knotted at intervals sometimes around bead) nd tied around the neck in og collar fashion, or looped round the neck and worn as with chains. These knotted Ihongs have a ,ich Peasant look with lots of harm, very much in the pres- nt mood of fashion. You can "nake thongs by cutting up with a razor blade; suede quares to be found in Fashion departments .or you night even have a soft suede elt you might want to try cut- ng into thongs. Leather shops ave suedes, of course, and you might'even find your local shoe- maker can help you out. An ingenious friend of mine orrowed a dog collar from her osh, pampered poodle (the was grande poodle, of course, if ou have a toy poodle, forget MID-WINTER COAT SAL Begins SAT., DEC 26 CAR COATS, CASUAL JACKETS in WOOLS. FURS and FUR TRIMS ALL REDUCED ENGLE FLORAL May the meaning of dove of peace fill the hearts of all men this day. 289 DAYTON AVE. 372-8051 SAVE HURRY! 372-3562 08 E. MAIN ST. Open Fri. "I'll IUO Daily HOLIDAY WISHES ATYULETIDE This is the time of year when families reunite, friends seek each other out, and warm greetings are exchanged by all. May we join (he happy throng lo wish'you a joyous Noel, USR your '.ird Master Charge Some of the liojncsl-lo-good- ness dog collars, available in luxe canine beauty shops, and dog toggeries comb exquisite- ly, and often rated with such whim- sifts as flour de lis, hike stones in flower patterns, onnmcled playing card appliques, etc. For Ihe pampered pooch, there are lots of good looking leashes in chains that could prompt a gal to use them for her own promenading wear- Ing the leads looped around her neck, or in multiples, buckled around the waist as an un- usual belt, There are sorts of Ideas in such canine niceties (or put- ting on llie dog nnd In no- tions and trimmings depart- ments there are equally pretty- jeweled braids and trims to needle imagination, Beginning January 1, one col- umn a week of SEW IN FASHION will be devoted to questions and answers. Please write Miss Campbell, AP News- features, 50 Rockefeller Plaza, New York 10020. patient list REENE dmlssions Wednesday: Mrs. John Zimmer, 1550 S. Ave., Fairborn, medical. Mark Bingan.nn, Xenia .cute 2, surgical. Irlh Wednesday: Daughter to Mr. and Mrs. lobert J. Larson, Crystal ake. 'Ismissals Wednesday: Robert Boone, 8 year -old on of Mr. and MM. Clyde WSU staffer is one of seven book editors Parsons, 345 Gilbert, Fair- born, medical. George Gardiner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gardiner, 2650 Crone Rd., surgical. Glenda Smith, 10 month-old daughter.of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Smith, 137 Diana Ln., Fair- born, medical. Mrs. Donald Bdgingtoh, 38-1 W, Second St., medical. Mrs. Robert Phelps, 176 Cato Dr., and son born Saturday Don Boyer, 2198 Drake Dr., medical. FAYETTE MEMORIAL, WASHINGTON C.H.- Dismissal: Mrs, Herbert Darsey, fersonville, medical. Jcf- FAIRBORN John Webb, li- CLINTON MEMORIL, rary intormalion consultant i t Wright State University, has1 Dismissals: E r v i n Pack, Waynesville, medical. Linda M y e r s, 12-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Orval Myers, Port William, surgical. eeh appointed one of seven ociate editors of a prospective opk which will be published byj he Society of Ohio Archivists. The book, "A Guide to Man- scripts and Archives in is slated for publication i 1972. Webb will conduct his esearch in an 11-county area, ncluding Greene County, for lanuscripts and documents which will be of use lo Ohio istorians. Tile SOA not only intends to ocument those archives con- ained in libraries and histori- ___ ___ al societies, but will also in- Route 2, has completed The armed forces David E. Avey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Avey, Xenia lude descriptions of archives maintained by institutions of rigens, such as industries, usinesses and civic and ser- ice organizations. The Society of Ohio Archi- vists was founded in 1968 to pro- mote the exchange of informa- ion about Ohio, lo improve pro- essional competence and to co- rdinate activities of archives nd manuscripts repositories. U.S. Army warrant officer flight training program. While attending Ihe 36-week course, Avey received a letter of commendation for outstand- ing performance. He is mar- ried to the former Katherine Heifner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hcifncr, James- town. Avey will leave Jan. 4 for a tour of duty in Vietnam.. ODQ CHALK INS I A CORNSTALK CAN GROW AS-MUCH fl FROM THE "PEOPUiS" WE SAY "HAPPY AND LOAN AssoriArroN [INSURED!   

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