High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Apr 18 1974, Page 10

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - April 18, 1974, High Point, North Carolina 2b High Point Enterprise thursday april 18, 1974 at wit s end the models Hook handbags on hips seafood recipes mouthwatering by Erma Bombeck in be never been really crazy for style shows. To begin with its hard for me to identify with women who can Hook their handbags on their Hipbone while they slip out of their Coats. And secondly the nostalgia in clothes these Days is getting on my nerves. I did no to mind looking Back As Long As i remember it. However i am glad i attended a style show the other morning with my neighbors. For the first time i realized Why my clothes do not look the same As when they Are worn by models. I done to walk right. Its True. I walk across the floor with the self consciousness of a poodle who just missed the paper. There a so much to my stomach rigid tuck in my backside hold my arms away from my body so they wont flatten out and stand up straight so waiters wont Call me by the time i remember All of that my legs become stiff and i March across the floor with All the Grace of the German army marching into Poland. Models done to seem to have that trouble. The Confidence they exhibit seems to come right out of their pores. The first Model eased onto the runway her body slanted at an 90 degree Angle her hand impaled on her hip. She walked like a woman who had just sneezed after surgery. Beautiful. The next one was a Petite Little thing who walked in a series of jerks and Small Steps like maybe she had a rash. Her head pivoted from Side to Side and her eyes darted Back and Forth nervously. Fantastic. A tall Model was next. She wore a coat with Large pockets and As she stepped onto the runway she jammed her hands into her pockets and stood with her legs apart. When she walked her Steps were firm and deliberate and when she turned completely around her head never changed directions. Unreal. I sat there in the darkness for Over two hours while the models twirled and pivoted their faces masks of boredom and detachment. When the lights went up i said to myself a who Are you kidding if you leaned that far backward when you walked your Tummy control panel would split. Or if you Ever walked with those Little baby Steps your legs would sound like a group. I put the whole thing out of my mind until yesterday in the supermarket. The girl in front of me was slouching along like the a Little match her hair was under a Scarf and she wore White socks with her Tennis shoes. She did no to walk too Good either. It was the Model with the 90 degree angled body. Incredible. Legal secretaries name new officers for year officers for the coming year were elected at the meeting of High Point Legal secretaries last evening. The dinner meeting took place at the Owca on Gatewood Avenue. Is. Sue Robertson conducted the business session. Elected were is. Kathleen Hankins president is. Lou Atkinson vice president is. Phyllis Robbins recording Secretary is. Louise Livengood corresponding Secretary is. Shirley Gray treasurer is. Ruth Casey governor mrs. Luanna Bullard alternate governor and mrs. Mabel h. Whitley nals representative. The officers will be installed at the Mav 21 meeting. The president announced that a Large number of members plan to attend the state convention of the . Assn. Of Legal secretaries to be held in Asheville Mav 17-19. Elected As delegates to the convention from the High Point Legal secretaries Assn. Were is. Kathleen Hankins is. Elaine Bradner and is. Lou Atkinson. Alternate delegates Are is. Mary Mcdaniel is. Mabel h. Whitley and mrs. Sue Robertson. Is. Margaret Haney was elected a Delegate and is. Rae Beck and is. Jennie Ramseur As alternate delegates to the National Assn. Of Legal secretaries convention to be held in Houston tex., july 20-25. The president also announced that eight of the members attended the fashion show sponsored by the Thomasville Legal secretaries Assn. Your Happy shopping store downtown and Westchester Mau \ cup / / / f / a luxury liners by vanity fair in new process Antron Iii Nylon now that you re into soft pretty honest to goodness dresses you need extra smoothness underneath. Vanity fair liners Are frothed with lace so delicately etched it won t cause a Ripple under the purest silhouettes. And the exclusive new process anti stat Antrony Iii Nylon deters slip ride up bunching and twisting. There Are six exciting colors to choose from plus Star White. Slip sizes 32-38 a 3242 a $7. Petti sizes so minis my average and Short $4. Matching Bikini in lightweight Nylon Tricot sizes 4-7, $2.75. By Elizabeth Sparks the state of Maryland the Home of Beautiful seafood and Cooks who have a Way with it has put out an attractive Booklet entitled a Maryland seafood the recipes sound mouthwatering and fill the taste buds with a yearning to Sample each one. The enjoyment in the Reading is marred by the thought of the Cash Register ringing up the Cost of shrimp crab and oysters. The first recipe in the Book is Maryland lady crab cakes followed by crab Imperial both of which bring to mind the ones served at a Baltimore restaurant named Hasslinger a which offered the Best of each. The recipe for Baltimore Fried stuffed hard crabs has crab cake mixture packed into the cavity of each hard crab then dipped in a mixture of Pancake mix and seafood seasoning before frying in deep fat. That reminds me of the place in Baltimore which offers hard shelled crabs served on a table covered with newspaper. You pick out the meat and pay by the dozen. The recipe for Chesapeake Bay soft Shell crabs Calls for Salt Pepper flour if desired and Oil for frying. No upstanding Maryland Cook would Ever think of coating a soft Shell crab in butter. The Best ones in the world were prepared by Melvin Cheek chef at the Belvedere hotel in Baltimore. He did not use even flour never mind Batter and sauteed them in nothing but pure butter. The crabs came on a Platter with tartar sauce in a separate Small Silver sauce boat. The recipe for Chesapeake Bay a own herded Shad sounds like a marked flavor improvement on the one i have used for years that also oven steams the fish so you can even eat the Bones. This is their recipe. Chesapeake Bay a own herded salad i 3 to 4-Pound pressed Maryland Shad Salt Lemon and Pepper seasoning 1 cup dry White wine if desired about 3 to 4 cups water 2 stalks celery broken into pieces 1 medium onion coarsely chopped 2 Bay leaves Wash and dry Shad thoroughly. Place fish in roasting pan with rack. Sprinkle fish inside and out with Salt and Lemon and Pepper seasoning. Add wine if used and water to level just under rack. Add celery onion and Bay leaves. Cover tightly and steam in a 300 degree oven for 5 hours. Baste frequently. Makes 6 Servings. The secret of softening the Bones is to make sure the pan cover fits tightly and to Cook the fish for the full amount of time. If the Book says a if these directions Are followed exactly even the Large Backbone will be cooked soft enough to be eaten and most of the Small splinter Bones will Here is a rather economical Way with fish. The recipe is not from the Book put out by Maryland. Lam nil our Sale a togetherness if you prefer the look of matched accessories they Are still with us. A floppy brim hat and Matching Pouch shoulder bag with rugged Border can be bought or made out of a cheery country Chintz Floral print. A ulnar Taju eth leu 135 i. 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