New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, December 31, 1987, Page 5

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

December 31, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 31, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Kaleidoscope Thursday December 3i 1987    Heraid-Zedung    New    Braunfels    Texas    PagesWINTER NO. S HOLIDAYmmit Redernaies Electric Cooperative. wishes you and your family a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Knitted collars and cuffs can be found by mail By DONNA SALYERS Question I'm planning to make some knit tennis dresses for my daughter but have lieen unable to find knitted collars and cuffs Is there a mail-order company selling them ' Answer Sew Smart is a mail order discount resource specializing in knit collars and cuff as well as hea\ier knit ribbing for jackets Collars and cuffs may tx- purchased in sets or separately and are sized for children women and men ( ollar and cuff sets bordered with whales sailboats cars and the like are available with matching snaps or ch** >-** from plain solids or solids with a stripe or scalloped edge Kv pee! to pay at..ut $1 m for a collar For a free brochure send a self addressed -tamp***! envelop* to sew Smart I* ii lie 77* lxmgview AS a sh ‘HK 7 S/v>erstion Kb**ut ’ w< wmis ag> you had a guest on your television show who showed you bow to sew a ring bearer - pillow and bridal garter t an I still get those instructions Answer sorry t ut th****- m-tru* lions are no longer available All sorts of bridal accessories however art* found in Butteru k I, ^ including the pillow md garter plus lace glover a -atm and lace trimmed bridal {.Hit h a handkerchief and a Keepsake t«.»k Answer lf '? srtable easy fit {Ult kl\ disintegrat I ou might consider for an illusion of six* question I ti* Dear Abby I yard- of a t which I Access©1 re— AK hen 'Europe we top slit chun uh! alw ay seem- to -1 en! with a the stitch* • I plan to {Hunt- I- ti I u rr fly* arni Answer I Hill* br feed (Fig Mf a con"* rnv I l*i a 'tm I f rn I fuhn* f*-*sj In katn I ii 4 TM Hi la It ight form iu oeip tao rut**tst* Fan utbout the Insert the tulle will {Hunt A fie he seams* point and J and threw* through th % #* | fi >yt‘3 lr by * the bride in Buttenck 4236 and thread are easily removed *Vuest ion I have os ently lost w* ght and must alter several pairs •f -.at k> that are at ie.*-’ ant1 -ize too big ('an you tell me how ’ Answer The right way to take in pants is to horrors remove the w.1 -ft and Take in the scants then -ta-Hen the waistband if necessary and r< { ..e «• it l h* quit s and dirty * av s to 'as*1 in -uh' seam*- in the hip area tapering to nothing at the •* .ostband ( beat at the waistband bv I* mg this snip small openings on th* ins Ute laver of the waistband one ’ fr ii » ’ ■ er end Make the snip Taking Life a Day at a Time Is Right Pace for New Year Cut finch elastic about one inch smaller than the distance between the two openings Pull elastic through inside of waistband Secure elastic at one end by zigzagging through both elastic and waistband Try on pants and adjust elastic so waistline is comfortably snug Secure remaining elastic end Apply a fabric sealant such as Fray Check or clear nail polish to slits to prevent fraying As for taking in pants below the hip lint* Pin new seams reducing an equal amount of fullness from the side seams and inseams That is. remove 14 inch from both side seams and inseams rather than - inch from side seams only Once satisfied with the pinned fit. stitch new seams Remove original stitching and press seams open and flat Question I rn writing to ask if there is a book available showing a variety of ways to hem skirts slacks etc When I was in eighth grade I learned just one way I should add it has been 48 sears since I was in eighth grade Answer (me of the best all-around sewing books we’ve seen is Sew Smart 272 pages by Clotilde An encyclopedia of sewing information .Sew Smart is complete six wavs for example to sew a hem and well illustrated with more than 900 drawings yu Smart is available in sewing stores or mas be ordered from the publisher Imports by Clotilde 237 SAS 28th st Fort Lauderdale Fla US Book costs $15 plus S2 shipping ^uestton I ve been looking for a slacks pattern in a size 9 I am thin and prefer pants that zip at the side Pattern- -eem to be av ailable in sizes 8 and lo but not 9 ( an you help0 Answer An industry spokesman ■-avs home -ewing patterns are rang ed for misses H IO 12 etc there is r** junior -ize shorter in the waist and trunk than misses sizes I Arn t be concerned that you ve been unable to find a size 9 pattern be* a use there s little relationship between sizes in patterns and ready to wear Purchase a pant- pattern according to your hip measurement and follow pattern instructions for adjusting the crotch depth The McCall Pattern Co seems to have the best selection for patterns for proportioned pants There are •brer fn>rr. which to choose McCall J 15 has a -ide zipper opening and ha- spec ial fitting information for a flat or full derriere McCall 2k>4 and 289ii are proportioned and have built in fitting techniques Club notes Mi VK NI \ lit vt v “r* *«»!u lion* i ulumn has Im tom* an * stabllshi *1 annual tradition III VK Kl VIM It's I h. s* \* vs V t at s resolutions ai * bas* d on lh* original c redo of Vhoholus Vnonv mous I ha** (ak* ii th* lib* (tv of asm*; that th* in* with (Mint* * anat ions ut rn v im ii .lust I*** I od a v I will lls* through this d<i* oui*, and not «« t far'-rem lung goals to lr* lo • • * en «• iii* all ill* problem* at once I km*** I ran do something Im 12 hours that would appal! me ll I felt thai I had lo k* « p it up tnt a lifetime. dust tor today I will he happ* Mn ahum I i ii* «*1 it said, "Must folks are about as happ* as the* milk* up their minds t•» h* ll* was right. I will not dwell on thoughts that depress me I will ( hast* them nut **t in* mind and rep!.!* e I III in with happ* thoughts Just for toda* I will adjust myself t«* what is I will face reality I will eorreet those things that I can eorreel and accept those things I (annot ( oire*I. dust !i»r toda* I will improve iii* mind I ** ill not he a mental loafer. I will force myself t** read something that require* effort, thought and concentration. dust for toda* I will do something positive to improve my health lf I’m a smoker, I'll make an honest effort to quit. lf I'm overweight. I’ll caf nothing I know is fattening. And I will force iii* self to exercise — even if it * only walking around the block or using the stairs instead of the elev ator. .lust for today I will he totally honest, lf someone ask* me don I know -lust tor toda* I ii do some thing I v« Keen put tin., oft lot a tong tim* lit finally writ*' that letter, make that phone tail, clean that * ln-< I or straighten oui those dr* ss, r drawers •lust for t**da* . I** fore I speak I vs 111 a-g myself, is it true’ Is it kind’ And if th* answer to • itll* r of th*is* question* is ti* gall** I won I sa* it • lust for tod a* I w iii ittak* a const iou* * 'Mort to fit agreeable. I w ill look a* good a* I t an, d r * ss he*airn I ng I y, talk softly . aet courteously and not inter rupt when someone cise i* talking ,lust for toda* I ii not improvt anvlHxi* « vt cpl in*-elf • lust for today I will have a program I may not follow it * * a* 11 * hut I will hay« it. thcreh* saving myself from twit pest* hun * and indecision dust for today I will have a quiet half hour t*» relay alone I luring this tim* I w ill reflect on in* lie hay tor and g* t a hefter p« I * pc, (I* ( Oil 111* III* •lust tor toda* I will he un aft aid I w ill gather lh* * attirail* It* do w hat is right and take tin rcs|Mtn*ihilit* ho iii* ow ii actum* I w ill expect nothing from I lo w or Id. hut I w ill reail/t that a* I give to the world, th* world will give to mc Ila** a happ*. Ii* aith* N< w A ear Mid pm* for (a-acc! I I IV h, KUKA I* > lf von are driving tonight. -inn tim*-* i. ti* tty w hen I ha** asked her pediutrU • w .    ,* .t :* an t tv. lh tunes he * a a • i; thing to worry about S us a. rra d AS hat could i aux* it I fiat child screams out in pain ■ . - I-!, t there anything that *.    < ion* t« prevent this from happ* lung    VS uh access to your • Xpert- v • might b*' able to coni*-.{> w;th si un* answers ! I M 'IMH; IN Ni III KH MOI III- K Please have sour child examined bv a neurologist immediately I he sharp pain sh* feels is a symptom that tin r* is something wrung Fur-thermor* a p« <li.it rn ion who would t* ll a mother “not to worry without ordering some test* to determine why her child screams iii pain, would never se* nix * bibl in his office again. Milo • favorite (amil* recipes are in, tutti ti ut lur Itta «, Milt iHHik 1,-t tor tour copt send tour name and adit, . I, ,ri\ printed, plu* < heck or in. to i .id. r tot » I MI At til t .Inad.11 girt. KO. Hoi 447 VU nm Morro 111 nin.'tl Postage anti handling art tnt tutted Fast Store (conoco) dt the N of San Antonio K Spur 3 JU OW OPEN Come Check Our Competitive bas and Beer I'rices SodaEveryday Low Price 7-Up, Bin Red, 39‘ R C. Cola, ie oz sh Hires. Crush Bottle Miller Lites2.85 W hilt* Supplies 6 pack cans Last Pm e% Mood thin Jan 3rd Kiwanis When Kiwanians met Dec 23 instead of Dec 24 it was an informal Round Table meeting with no formal program However there were reports on each member s delivery of a Christmas basket to a needy fami Iv Ray Kbert couldn t make his report because his family had not returned from Laredo The reports ran a full gamut of emotional reception understanding, appreciation and response President Orville Gammenthaler reminded us of the March of Dimes Walkathon on Jan 18 flags to go out on Jan 18 which elicited some remarks on the difficulty in locating the metal sockets rn the deep grass Suggestions ranged from a garden rake to a metal detector as the best locator Happy Days A letter from Lt Gov Doug AS cart reminded us of Gov “Bob” Cowles visit to Division 5 on Jan 24 at 4 p rn at the Valero Building in San An tonio Eagles Auxiliary The Eagles Auxiliary enjoyed a festive Christmas party Dec 15 with the officers as hostesses A happy hour was enjoyed by all followed bv a smorgasbord meal Prizes were given away to those holding the lucky numbers President Adeline Row had made c akes and pies as prizes Later the group exchanged gifts and played games The party ended by wishing everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy New A ear The business meeting of the club will be held Jan 5 at 7 30 p rn Officers meet at 7 p rn The kids at Happy Days Day Care Center presented a fun Christmas program easier this month The variety program featured singing e 41 Summer Smithers piano player Lacey Morris guitar player Colt Graham and on drums Edward Saiacar Ai TELL SOMEONE YOU LOVE THEM IN THE Herald-ZritungP€D€RNAL€S e»dnc coop«ra*h* ne uua NetghOoe, in trmyy IOU ’<W>' v't| WWW' C.fiyCX' JU ..ta*' * (X, Si* JI *;W fkrfU J,, trawl ana ***• our **•<* ;

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