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Herald-Palladium, The (Newspaper) - December 5, 1977, Benton Harbor, MichiganPfluge four the Herald palladium. A Tina Harbor St. Monday december 5, 1911 Holiday dream time fashion show models Kappa Theta Chi sorority will sponsor a fashion show Holiday sunday dec. 3 . At the Navajo supper club Bridgman. Among those modelling fashions will be from left Otto Jeanne Pallas wearing a Black tunic Over pants designed with Kimono sleeves and sell Belt Sash from the Ladybug dress shop Coloma miss Cheryl Grinnell modelling a peach tunic dress Over pants with cowl neck from Rimes St. Joseph miss Connie Wood wearing a red plaid jacket and skirt with White Satin Blouse from the Hilltop St. Joseph and mrs. Tony Mary Ann Belski modelling an Ivory Blouse with accordian pleated Collar and cuffs with a velvet jumper from fragments St Joseph tickets Are and May be purchased from sorority members stores providing fashions and at the door refreshments will be served narrator will be Betty mrs. Robert Judy Lohroff will be organist. Staff photo South Haven Church plans women s programs devotions entertainment learning exercise Boiyce a month members of Hope reformed Church South Haven will begin a now women s program life with which will be open to All area women. Meetings Are planned for the first tuesday of each month the first being tuesday dec. 6, at . At the Church. Planning the meeting Are co chairmen of the project mrs. Ron Dannenberg left and mrs. John Bright. Alice flood photo South Haven a once a Miinch program which includes devotions entertainment learn ing and exercise is Wing for Smith Haven area women by members of Hope reformed Church South Haven. The meetings tentatively scheduled for the Al Rel tuesday of each inn huh entitled life with and will lie held in the Fellowship Ball of Hope reformed Church. The first meeting will be held tues Day. Dec. I from to . A Nursery will the provided for children Throe years old and under and a structured program will be held for four and five year nods. Mrs. George Owen and miss Florence Billings Are in charge of the Nursery. Mrs. Ron Dannenberg Ami mrs. John Bright Are co chair men of the program assisted by mrs. Bruce wiggers and mrs. Charles Balasick. Mrs Tom Glenn or is in charge of publicity. This month s program will include a fashion show with mrs. Mccough in As coordinator and mrs. Louis Rodenhouse As narrator. Fashions will furnished by Fischl s dress shop n and ii women s shop the gown shop mrs. Tom mrs. And Mckimmins shoe store All of South Haven. Models will include mrs. Brad Klov mrs. Shii items Rich hansom Siler mrs. Mike Rucca mrs. Gerry Hosier and mrs. Mary. Lou Behrman. Sex Appeal and status Are conveyed by shoes dieters can enjoy the Holiday meals East Lansing dieters can enjoy the Holiday meals without anyone realizing they ire on a according to Anita Dean Extension foods and nutrition specialist at Michigan state University Many delicious foods Are part of a family Holiday tradition and if dieters exercise portion control and plan Ali each they can enjoy the treats without increasing she says. Brevity announce Lily la or. And mrs. John Sivulka s. B7ih Kasl Are., okla., announce the birth of a daughter Emily Jane weighing s j pounds nov. 17. The Mother is the former Paula Bowles a former Coloma school teacher. Paternal grandparents Are or. And mrs. John Sivulka. Kingsley St. Joseph. Added touch for that added touch to a Short cocktail dress consider wearing a Small Sotil Derbig on a silk string. When a big meal is planned the Dieter might want to Cut Back a other meals that Day to allou1 More calories for the big a Dieter eating a traditional Holiday tical including Turkey dressing potatoes Ami Gravy vegetables salad Roll and but Ler and pumpkin pie will con approximately 850 calories. This assumes that Normal portions will be consumed except for bread dress ing and pumpkin Pic. Because of their higher caloric value. Dean suggests a half portion of these two to keen calories Down. You can always switch your menu around she says if you enjoy a particular food then Cut Back or Cut out another. When Yontl eat dressing omit Roll and lower caloric foods can become a part of the menu too. Hours d of Nares could include celery Carrot Sticks tomatoes and raw mushrooms instead of higher caloric foods. Salad dressing can be substituted with Low calorie dressing and. Heavy whipped Cream toppings can be replaced with Light Cream or canned tapping which will greatly reduce the number of calories. Dean emphasizes thai culling the portions will keep off unwanted pounds and still leave the Dicker with a feeling of not missing Oul on traditional Holiday meals. N is York . Cinderella s Glass Slipper aside it s no fairy tale that shoes match the people who Wear them according to december s seventeen in fact they often May reveal certain aspects of your personality. Most of us think lint i Cople Wear shoes for says William Rossi former podia Irish and author of the sex life of the Kool and the but the primary Molivas Are to convey sex Appeal and his try supports this claim Catherine de Mcd Lyls a six Lee nth Century Queen of France became the Toast of the court when she sported a new fashion a pair of High heels. When Renaissance ladies wore chop incs a High six to thirty Inch platform shoe they were indicating affluence since it was necessary for servants o Brevity announce birth a girl weighing 8 pounds was born to c Al. And mrs. William Loanne Hume it. Sill okla., nov. Is Al Reynolds army hos Pill. Grandparents Are or. Am mrs. Gerald Stumm 314 Wallace avc., St. Joseph. Aid their mistresses in walking. Also pointed toes have been a Murk of wealth As such in shoes could t be worn by working people. The Between footwear and social was studied a decade ago at inc University of Nevada where students were shown pictures of men s feel in Alligator shoes or moccasins. When asked to identify tie wearer s role the students associated Alligator with businessmen and moccasins with students. So remember shoes do project an Imago. Ratcli what you Wear and you la always be putting your Best font Forward. They suffer from prejudice americans suffer from a personal and institutionalized prejudice against older per according to the director of the National Institute on aging. He urges that geriatric Medicine be introduced into the curriculum of medical schools intern and residency training and into programs of continuing education. A touch of Holiday Romance with one of our party dresses. We Mies ril., St. Joseph i. I2mlb1 who of invites you to our Holiday fashion show . Tns., dec. 6th the sleepy owl of Courie red Arrow hwy., at Sawyer re. Sawyer 426-4941 tues. Thru sat. To sunday 1 to 5 clotted monday men s formal Wear special 15% off Holiday parties weddings 1 formal dances save holier now if ordered by dec. 17th pm. 926-8532 formal Wear fat fun fuzz Kenton the clock with women Church family fashion school Home society help stretch Yule budget Chicken pork Citrus fruits eggs and potatoes Wal be the food Herns that will help you stretch Holiday Money the most this month according to Maryann Becklian District Extension consumer marketing information agent. Mrs. Beckman added Check on Chicken for Good values this month and in Early 1978. Supplies arc. Currently three to four percent Over a year ago and retailers Are already featuring Fryer parts As Well As whole Birds no need to Stock up either for supplies Are expected to be in the first half of 1978 the Turkey Market is puzzling Are Down Only slightly from a year ago but distributors say fewer Birds Are available than the figures suggest. Most say there will be Lew if any special Fea Tures for the remainder of the year. Beef prices will continue to increase the rest of the year for supplies arc Down. Most or the reduction will be in the lower Quality leaner cuts. Hamburger prices therefore ably increase More than other cuts. This reduction in leaner beef will probably also have if cant Impact on fast food speak and hamburger establish ments. Pork prices Are expected to decline through the rest of the year so look for some Good values on roasts chops sausage Etc. Ham for the Holiday dinner May Cost More Hough especially canned. The Dock strike has reduced ship ments of imported hams so demand is greater for Domestic hams As Well. Together it adds up to higher prices Tor canned hams which puts pressure also on All other hams. Lower feed costs have prompted egg or Odillion increases in eggs will continue to be featured to move the supplies. Holiday baking time normally increases demand and prices but retailers say con Sumers Aren t baking yet or Are baking less for demand has been Slack. Apples avocados bananas. Coconuts and Citrus fruits Are Star attractions this month. An Jou bosc and Cornice pears Are also available As Well As several varieties of grapes. This is the last big month for Cranberry supplies so freeze some Tor. Use in Spring meals while you have the Chance. The exotic Holiday fruits such As persimmons kumquats and Kiwi fruit arc Al so available for some fun and different mealtime additions. Barring a freeze Grapefruit prices should continue to be at Tractive this year. Total production is up two percent with Florida s Pink crop tip 20 percent from a year ago. The or Ange crop is considered adequate even though less than last year s freeze reduced crop. It is Peak season for both Tan Gelos and tangerines both crops about the same As last year in Supply. Canned cling Pachus canned and Tomato products Are the Best processed choices. Look for specials i in Hermit department you should find Pecan prices lower than last years but almonds and walnuts at about he same or slightly higher. Tree nuts Are in substantially larger Supply than a year especially pecans. Broccoli cabbage carrots celery Squash Root vegetables and White potatoes All represent reasonable vegetable choices. Broccoli prices Are lower than a year ago As Are cabbage prices for very Good Quality crop. Smaller of celery by mid month and lettuce win mean higher prices but supplies of escarole and endive arc increasing to help give variety to salads. Fresh mushrooms will be in Good Supply. While potatoes will continue to be featured during december and the months ahead but choose carefully i forc buying. A. Larger than usmial share of Michigan potatoes is suffering the effects of ground extra efforts will be made to sort out the damaged ones but some Are Likely to get through. Club circuit Algonquin chapter daughters of the american revolution will meet thursday dec. 8, at . Law Holcomb towers St. Joseph. James Miller Coloma High school will speak i americanism strength to insure its Christmas music will be provided by Coloma High school music department. Presenta Tion of Good citizen awards will lie made. Hostess chairmen Are mrs. Robert Preston and mrs. Hoy Anderson. Mount pleasant Hay View club will meet wednes Day dec. 7, at . At the Home of airs. Waiter Erlmann eau Chiric. The Christmas program will be presented by mrs. Robert Beatrice Payne. Co hostess is mrs. Lawrence Joyce Harte. Oak no. 3511, Royal neighbors of Amer ii will Mecl thursday dec. 8, at . At memorial Hall St. Joseph. Hostess will be mrs. Harry Briney. Whirlpool retirees club. Iam local 1918, will meet thursday dec. 8, at 2 . At the Union us-33, North Benton Harbor no digging clean fingernails with soap and water or shampoo instead of trying to dig Din out with a Metal Emery Board. Join our to be presented at the woodshed tues., dec. 6th at 12 noon 5800 red Arrow Highway Stevensville 429-3591 Maxine Wood proprietor
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