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   Lebanon Daily News (Newspaper) - November 1, 1965, Lebanon, Pennsylvania                                Youth Parade fcr Reba and Beanie Churcaill LEBANON DAILY NEWS Lebanon November 1 1965 Page 17 Mary Haivorth Office Staff On Etiquette DEAR MARY in the office on lunch hour WORTH Can you suggest but l clillfie wheiv a customer ja tactful way lo tell a Vnuny in our oiHce hat when on the job we want her to keep her finger nails filed to a neat length and her nail polish unchip ped She is a quite satisfac comes in and seesthose feet cocked up on desk One feels they should know welter without and hat to mention it is akin tn tcll ng the person that he lias had ireath or BO This sense of em barrassment on my part makes I doubly difficult to object tory worker with a nice ap pearance otherwise I think she tries to have long nails as some are long and claw likewith others brokenoff ragyedly and the pink nail polish is half wornoff Another problem is how do you tell a male employe thai we think feet propped up on a desk dont look well even if he is on his lunch hour As it happens this is a small newspaper office and the boys in the shop are welcome to gath without sounding suggestions will come stuffy Y o u i be most wel AL Lady Ross Starts Behind EightBall 1EAR AL You are the lady boss I take it hence in the position of two strikes against you per se in the matter of trying to bring a careless staff up lo scratch on the score of seemly man ners decent handcare and the like But as your blllofparticn lars Indicates U is unwise to let insensitive blunders ngainst good form continue for lack of executive readiness to speak the corrective word Be cause the longer you let things slide the bigger the grie vance list becomes So thai if and when you finally do under take to stem he tide you run the risk of hurting the feel ings of several employes sim ultaneously which just might spark an insurrection Now for suggestions Cope with the unsightly fingernail problem first Arrange an off hand private talk with the girl preferably near the close of a work day largely to com mend her for being as you say above quite satisfact ory worker wilh a nice ap pearance live her as much specific praise and encouragement as she m e r I t s honestly Then conclude in effect But there D e Op Art Jewelry Is New Coed Accessory Op art is popping out on everything from bandeaux to bracelets The fun fashion finds coeds iriaking their own accessories Tne first stepis selecting fabric with a message Translation striped dotted or checked yardage that is dimensional as well as colorful Actress Lynn Borden seen in CBSTVs Hazel models some of the patterned bracelets that can be created from cloth and cardboard To make a bracelet shape a strip of medium cardboard into a circle large enough to slip over the handThe width can vary from to liA inches Next cut the fabric the same length but VP inch wider so it can be folded over the edges Tape the ends of the circle together then coat in white glue thit will not stain cotton Roll materjal around carefully pressing out any wrinkles Line the inner circle with a contrasting U eyepopping design Jr v Professionalstooare getting act Designer Diana Nies makes a dotaiiftdash bow and bracelet set using shirt buttons to pop out from Ihe polkadot fabric Also when wearing more than one bracelet she suggests ranging them insize from slim to slave the latter goes around the upper Then ribbons braids or beads are added to zigzag around the jewelry as dizzy decor ations PS Your many letters asked for a repeat ol the famed Hollywood salon 4iet wheretheaverage personloses four in four days We are reprinting this plus the ideal measurement chart and photoillustrated exercises to firm For copy send and a srlfMMldressrd stamped envelope lo Reba and Bonnie ChurchillDiet Ic Exercise this paper P 0 Bot Hollywood 46 Calif Due to the volume of mail only those enclosing coin and stamped enve lope eai aniwered New Baby Has A Name Antoinette 1 Rose daughter of Mr and Mrs Alfred Capretti of 321 S Thir leenth St anon Robert Richard son of Mr and Mrs Robert P Nace of 176 cnn Ave Wernersville Jesse Tjvson of Mr and Mrs aul E Geimah of Lebanon RD 4 Karen Marie daughter of Mr and Mrs Clifford Shiner 851 Cochcnderfer Road Lebanon Donna Lynn daughter of Mr and Mrs Donald Lincbaugh of 210 E Cherry StPalmyra Karen Louise daughter of Mr and MrsKenneth W Carman of G19 Canal St Lebanon Jane Louisedaughter of Mr and Mrs Randolf D Wolf of Myerstown RD 1 Wendy Sue daughter of Mr andMrsVictor W Shcplcr of Myerstown RD 3 Ronald Lamar son of Mr anc Mrs Wilmer Weaver of Frcder icksburg RD 1 Terry Lee son of Mr and Mrs Harry Stoudt of Lebanon D 3 Lori Ann daughter of Mr nncl Mrs John R Bankey of Box 229 Cornwall Michelle daushtcr Mr and Mrs Raymond R Soliday of 421 N Ninth St Leb anon James Llnley 3icl soil of Mr and Mrs James L Fox of BIO N Seventh St Lebanon Jerry John son of Mr Palmyra Couple Wed Fifty Years Mr and Mrs Harry C Brown 132 N Harrison St Palmyra celebrated their golden wedding anniversary on Saturday A family dinner was held at the Dutch Diner on Sunday A IS one thing Moira that you need lo improve The care of your nails You must keep them neat of even length and the polish nnchippeil if you ivcar polish These details are very important lo ones ad vancement In the business world As a disarming gesture and point puncher you might then present her in appreciation of her helpful ness lo date with a welt stocked portable manicure set About the male employes feelondesk lounging in the front office ai inappropriate times 1 suggest pitch Business Sense Appeal to Males During a lunch period when you and he are alone In he office he with his feel on somebodys desk you might mention that doctors are said to approve and encourage that lypp of lounging as easy on the heart And if you were a man youd certainlyprac tice it t n ring the work breaks So hes more than welcome lo use the desk for that purpose But he mind snapping to attention and taking his feet down when as and if customers come in Just to give the place a more businesslike air 1 dont sec how he could possibly fee offended by that airspoken appeal MH lloyj K W Main liavn Mr mill Mrs Culmnii of 203 St Palmyra iavn an nounced llie MijiapMiirnl of llirir ilaiifililrr Mi Hnr bnra Culman lo Lance Cor mm lloyrl M merman He is llie sou of Mr and 7ini merman of 100A N Sev enteenth Si Tim liriilnclcct is a erail nalcof Palmyra Area School Her fiance a grarluale of Millou Korshry School is a memlicr of llie United Mr and Mrs lcrliel L Morris of 617 W Kim St Inlinyra announce the en pavement ot their vlsugk Irr Linda lo Gerald R Oirk He i the son of Mrs Ksllirr Dolalik and the lale Ray L Crick of Middlrlown The hrirle is a jiraduale of Palmyra HijilVSchool with the class of She is a student at the Hiirrislmrfj School of Jicaiily Ciiliurc Her fiance is a frradnalft of Lower Dauphin lligli Scdiocd with llie das of He is employed by I h o Hiiliard Miley Welding Company Eliza belli I own Slates Marine Amy Vandeibilt Mary through H a w o r t h her column mail or personal Write her in care anon Daily News counsels not by interview of the Lcb How To Thank Family For A Vacation Trip Harry F B r o w n of Fontana The couple was married in the Eva ngelical Congregational Church Lebanon by the Rev F S Borkey Mr and Mrs Brown are mem bers of the Ev and 60 Mrs Sterling Lebo of Box Ono Bryan David son of Mr and Mrs Frederick Masser of Box 204 Cornwall Karen Audrey daughter of Mr and Mrs RonaldBoehmer of Myerstown RD 1 Leroy N son of Mr and Mrs Allen Zimmerman of Jonestown RD 2 Carolyn Kay daughter of Mr and Mrs Chester Rudy of Bethel Lori Ann daughter of Mr and Mrs Allen Zimmerman of Jonestown RD 2 Warren Eugene son of Mr and MrsJohn Wolfe of 192 Leslie Ave Lebanon Fannie Mae daughter of Mr and Mrs Jacob Lapp of Myers town RD 2 Charles William Jr son of Mr and Mrs Charles W Firestone of 233 S Sixth Ave Lebanon Dale Allen son of Mr and Mrs Stanley Mull of Palmyra Catherine Elizabeth daughter of Mr and MrsrRobert Balz of 214 W Annville jNeal Thomas Jr son of Mr and MrsNcaiTYMease of 9R Shcllic SI Lebanon Douglas Andrew son of Mr and Mrs Joseph Winter of 1315 Sand Hill Road Lebanon Paul son of Mr and Mrs AlbcrFFoItin of 931 Marvin Lebanon James Edward son of Mr and MrsJohnston ECale ol New St Lebanon George Wood row 3rd son of Mr andMrs George W Shirey of Bethel RDl Anthony Jr son o Mr and Mrs Ronald A Gray bill of Myerstown RD 3 Brian Anthony son of Mr and Mrs Mark L Keller of 337 E Mifflin St Lebanon Nfw lUhy Mil jTNimr rreals ill wrckly intf frifndj mThfl surprise open house was held at their home on Sunday ui me uuLncmy United Brethren Church Brown is a member of the The event was planned by Ihe couples three daughters Mildred Mrs William luth Mrs Clinton Kelly and Syclyn John W Society of World Service and Ihe Ladies Sunday School Class She is president of the Palmyra Chapter of the Womans Christian Temperance Union A son Willard H died Brown was employed at Hershey Community Build Mrs Brown before before retirement He is still was Miss Rachel Fake there part time er of Mr and Mrs Lev couple has 14 grandchild Green Point Pa Her and nine great grandchild parents were Mr and Contract By B Jay FAMOUS When the last trump West led dummy hekl the queen NorthSouth hearts and AJfi of clubs at this point had the 4 Q J of hearts and K109 of V Q 5 West was squeezed When 4 Q discarded tlie nine of clubs A J fi 4 discarded a heart and WEST the last three tricks with A AJfi of clubs So Werner V A K 8 6 2 V J 10 9 7 the vulnerable grand slam 4KB A S 7 6 5 4 3 a score of 2420 points K 10 9875 were fireworks at the table too Werners team with the East West reached seven diamonds 4 10 Q played by East The bidding led the queen of clubs West North East partner had doubled five 1 V Pass 4 at one Dummys 5 V Pass 5 NT 6 brought out the ace which 7 V Pass Pass 7 ruffed play was comparatively i Opening king of East drew two trumps This deal was played cashed the king of hearts years ago in a learn of South showed out de malch between Iwo had to pin bis hopes on teams South was the club suit star Einar Werner who led the len from dummy up1 in seven spades doubled Norths jack Declar the bidding shown hearls eventually went off The four diamond bid dummys good clubs for controls in diamonds Ihe Werner team after hearts The five heart a grand slam with the showed second round control South cards also scored diamonds as well asthe ace wilh the East West cards ihe agreed trump suit 1580 A dia Five notrump was the lead would have beaten slam force asking West to contracts seven if he had two of the told Werner gained 400 high heart on the deal a lot o Werner sacrificed again in any league seven hearts which would The Werner team won been down He ruffed malch heart lead and c a i h e d Janger Applications For Marriage Are On File Four marriage license appli cations have been filed in the county marriage license bu reau Applicants are Samuel B Sherlock Jr 23 clerk Wilmington Del son of Samuel B Sherlock and Ruth S Alexander and Joyce M Grciner 23 medical assistant Wilmington daughter of Mr and Mrs Arthur B Grciner Edward W Elaweiler Jr IB construction worker J12I Blair St son of Mr and Mrs Ed ward W Etzweiler and Judy I Dechcrl 17 factory worker Annville RD 2 daughter of Mr and Mrs Lester E Dechcrt Lawrence W Bond 24 U S Army Springfield IJJ stn Of Mr and MrSi George L Bond and Patricia Ann Ebling 26 clerk242 Market St Jones town daughter of Mr and Mrs Russell E Ebling Howard A Burmesler 23 U S Army Baldwin RD 1 III son of Mr and Mrs Albert A Burmcster and Geraldine M Bustager 18 factory worker Frcdericksburg RD 1 daughter of William 1 Guslager and Kathryn A Giumbmc MORNING COFFER Nice when neighbors drop in Marmalade Rolls Coffee MARMALADE ROLLS i cup warm water package active dry yeast 1 tablespoon sugar j cups biscuit mix cup chopped walnuts cup raisins 1 teaspoon cinnamon leaspoon nutmeg 14 cup orange marmalade In a large warm bowl DEAR MISS VANDERBIIT My son was forhmate in being invited to spend a vacation wilh a friends family They drove out to the West Coast and stay ed in a home they have there His only expense was his spend ing money What is the correct way to thank them Does my son write Ihe lhankyou note or do we his parents have to do this We do appreciate it as much as my son but would like them to G A Flint Mich Your son should write Im mediately to the mother of the boy thanking her warm ly for her hospitality and men tinning her husbands kind ness also Help him to select some kind of a nice hostess gift which will suit their house and needs Some variation of the usual gourmet Item might be interesting for example a box of assorted Swiss pre serves hi tubes especially if members of the family are late snackcrs or like to tra vel Many gourmet shops have this Hem If you cant find it locally ask Ellens Madi son Avenue New York NV Ip02fir to giftvvrap and send it for you The jams come in attractive decorative cartons and each tube is decorated in apricot strawberry rasp berry and black four lo the carton Some of fine cheeses out there would be good or Swedish Christinas cookies It would be very nice of you lo write also to say how much your son enjoyed the visit Use your best social station cry Unless your handwriting Is quite illegible thank you noles especially to people you dont know are better done In longhand Sign your name flrace An derson not Mrs J Ander son as you have done in your letter to me which is Incor rect as a signature And in your return address use Mrs John Anderson not M r s ftrace Anderson if you think the boys mother doesnt know your husbands name Other wise on the return address Just your apartment number or your street number if you live in a house would be suf ficient Be always careful to put the dis return address on all outgoing mail preferably on the face of the envelope upper left complete with ip code DKAR MISS VANDERBILT Perhaps you can do something about this Many people blurt out tilings without thinking that a re needlessly embarrassingly painful or downright insulting Here in Hawaii we are always offended when someone from the mainland remarks about going back lo he Slates We are llie Un doubtedly you can think of Yes as a New Yorker I cringe every time a visitor says it is a nice place hut I would hate to live here I can think of many little in sults for example Havent you been putting on a little weight Johnny is rather small for his age Isnt he Shouldnt you talk to a doc tor about your skin lo a boy or girl going through that period Your brother or sis ter always did so well In my class IJust cant understand your marks from a teacher lo a struggling pupil Do my readers have more Post cards please rubakers Hosts For Class Parly Members of the Married Couples Class of Zion Lutheran Church Lebanon lie Id a Hal loween parly Saturday evening at the home of Mr and Mrs George Brubaker 37 Horst Ave Lebanon Eighteen members at tended Mrs Robert Rowe was judged Ihe best costumed and Mrs Harold Kline was the last person guessed Games were conducted by Mrs Marian Daubert Mrs Robert Rowe and Mrs Leroy Copcnhavcr The class was led in prayer by the Rev William E Swoope paslor emeritus The business session was conducted by Mrs Harlan Daubert Members de cided lo purchase Christmas candy lo be distributed to shut ins by the chapel choir The next meeting will be held November 27 at the home of Mr and Mrs Cliff Caldwell solve the yeast in the warm water Wilh a spoon mix in the egg sugar and biscuit mix Dust a board wilh exlra biscuit mix and turn out dough on it Knead about 20 until smooth let rest 5 lo 10 minuius Roll pul into a IS by 12 inch tangle cut into twelve 5 inch rectangles Mix walnuts raisins cinnamon nutmeg and marmalade put a heaping lea snoon of the mixture on the cen ter of each small rectangle roll up and slrelch the 2 open ends of each to meet to make a ball Place in greased 9inch round cake pan Cover let rise in a warm draftfree place about 1 hour Bake in a hot 400 de grees oven until well browned 20 minutes Tammy Marie Miller will have cards and gifts to day for her second hirthday ann i ve r sary She is the daughter of Air and Mrs Harold L Mil ler Richlind RD 1 Michael S and Sharon L Deckeri are children of Mr and Mrs LeRoy Deckert1 1210 E Chestnut St Lebanon Michael was three years old Sunday Sharon will be seven Nov 10 They will feted at a party   

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