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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - August 9, 1972, High Point, North Carolina 2b High Point Enterprise wednesday auf. 9, 1972 lady who wants the very Best Beauty. Fet t Fitl Start Here pamper yourself with a new coif. Make an appointment with for a shampoo Tai styling. Trine Hamrick Olinda pm Wanda Hill John Anthony Ruth Jenkins Campaign with Southern Ope House if you be Ever had the desire to be mistress of a Southern Plantation Here a your Chance. Suggest an old Southern open House to members of your political club or women a group and assume the role of Scarlet of Hara for this beautifully traditional Mode of entertaining. It is a charming Way to acquaint Community members with the program of your favorite candidate for Public office or to raise funds for his Campaign. A formal afternoon party such As this is usually a standup floating affair and with formal afternoon Tea borrow the Charm of the old South for a formal afternoon party to introduce your favorite political candidate to potential voters. The foods suggested Here Are Southern Peanut biscuits to he eaten with thin slices of baked Ham planters Pound cake and Peanut pralines. The older person can not live by food alone by Gaynor Maddox food is More than a necessary ingredient to physical survival. To most people it is also a Symbol of personal relationships. That is Why so Many of our older people forced to live alone lose interest in food and eating a the older person has Little incentive to prepare food just for himself. Subconsciously when he does not eat. He is rebuking others for t Cir failure to perceive his isolation Anc loneliness and the fact that food eaten by one s self lacks the condiment of another persons observes Jack Weinberg. M d., clinical direction of Illinois state psychiatric Institute and professor of psychiatry University of Illinois College of Medicine. A i would urge anyone who is responsible for the physical and mental health of the elderly to try to eat at least one meal a Day with them or at least to put a Flower on their food tray As a Symbol of your caring for them then the association of food and the Symbol at least of human companionship will be maintained in some degree a he adds. One of every to persons in the United states is termed an a a older meaning Over 65. At least five million of this 20 million live alone a i feel that society today is neglectful if not hostile to the aged. Old people Are perceived As unattractive unproductive useless and querulous. They usually seem to be pushed aside by people planning for the future. The aged alas have no future. No pm ins for action or achievement. So they Are left observes this Chicago psychiatrist. He referred to an 8.1>ear-old woman who lived alone. Every afternoon she carefully set a place for herself at a Small table the she prepared an adequate but Small meal for herself sat Down Anc ate it alone. A every Day she did int. You see. She had been raised in a closely knit family where food was vitally important and social contacts were. Too. So. In her old age. She continued to follow her life Long habits exceptional. But she realized that her friends and relatives knew what she was doing and. In that knowledge she actually Felt she had witnesses even symbols of human companionship while she ate. She also was he writes about the Young of today in terms of their old age a they so rarely eat at a family meal where people relax and talk where the ups and Downs of life Are discussed. They either grab a bite and dash off to an appointment or. While eating keep watching to. They Don t make vital social commitments or laugh with people while they eat. Certainly you cannot picture them at 83 sitting Down alone with a certain ceremony to enjoy a meal. They will have no tradition to sustain proper planning it is one of the easiest and most comfortable meals to serve. As hostess you should ask someone to pour Tea leaving you free to Greet guests and mingle with the group. If funds Are available you might consider hiring professional help to preside at the Coffee or Tea services and serve punch. If not assign a committee to this Job and another to refill the punch bowl and food platters when necessary. If you done town a punch bowl or Silver service try to borrow them from a Church or Community organization or rent from a caterer. Your menu should carry the theme of the old South. Suggested Here Are Southern Peanut biscuits to be eaten with thin slices of baked Ham planters Pound cake and Peanut pralines. If you Are interested in other fund raising ideas you will want a copy of a cooking for campaigners a an election extra just published by Standard brands inc. Featuring a fall the food that a Good to eat a from Campaign to election a this four Page food newspaper covers the Campaign from the entertainers Point of View. A cooking for campaigners includes fund raising and entertaining ideas that Are traditional in different regions of the United states a the Pacific coast the Southwest new England the Midwest Pennsylvania dutch country the Southern states and Hawaii instructions Are Given for planning the functions As Well As menu and recipe suggestions. Copies of a cooking for campaigners Are available free on an individual basis or for group form Standard brands educational service. P. 0. Box 2695, grand Central station. New York new York 10017. Southern Peanut biscuits 3-\ cups a sifted flour 1 Tablespoon sugar 2 Teaspoons baking powder 1-h Teaspoons Salt 2-3 cup shortening is cup warm water 105 degree-115 degree of i package or cake yeast Active dry or compressed i cup milk 1-3 cup chopped peanuts in a Large mixing bowl Combine flour. Sugar baking powder and Salt. Using a pastry blender or two knives Cut shortening into mixture until it resembles coarse meal. Measure warm water into a Small warm bowl. Sprinkle or crumble in Fleischmanns yeast stir until dissolved. Add dissolved yeast and milk to flour mixture stir to form a soft dough stir in peanuts. Turn out onto lightly floured Board. Knead about 20 times to form a smooth Ball. Place in a greased b o w i turning to grease top cover let Rise in warm place free from draft until doubled in bulk. About i hour. Punch dough Down. Turn out onto lightly floured Board. Roll out to a a Inch thickness. Using a 2-Inch biscuit Cutter Cut dough into circles and arrange into 2 a greased 9-Inch round layer cake pans. Cover let Rise in warm place free from draft until doubled in bulk about 30 minutes. Bake in a hot oven 400 of about 20 minutes or until done. Serve immediately. Makes about 3 dozen. Planters Pound cake cup Peanut butter a cup i stick Margarine i cup granulated sugar 1 cup sifted confectioners sugar 4 egg Yolks 2 Teaspoons Vanilla 3 cups sifted flour 2 Teaspoons Cream of tartar baking powder i Teaspoon Salt i cup milk 4 egg Whites stiffly beaten i cup very finely chopped peanuts Cream Peanut butter and Margarine together until Fluffy. Sift sugars together and add gradually to creamed mixture blending Well. Add unbeaten egg Yolks one at a time beating Well after each addition. Add Vanilla sift flour baking powder and Salt together and add alternately with milk to creamed mixture. Gently fold in stiffly beaten egg Whites and chopped peanuts. Pour Batter into Large Well greased and floured cake Mold. Bake in a moderate oven 350 f 70 to 75 minutes. Makes i Large cake. Peanut pralines i cup granulated sugar 1 cup Light Brown sugar h cup heavy Mam is cups peanuts 2 Tablespoons Margarine in a Large heavy Saucepan Combine sugars and Cream. Cook stirring Over medium heat until mixture begins to simmer. Add cocktail peanuts and Margarine. Continue to Cook stirring occasionally until mixture reaches 238 f. Soft Ball stage. Remove from heat let stand 5 minutes. Meanwhile spread baking sheets lightly with Margarine. Beat Candy until it starts to thicken but is still Glossy. Drop from Tablespoon onto baking sheets. Set aside to Harden. Makes about 20 pralines. At wits end she expected that answer by Erma Bombeck few women anticipate a second marriage but a group of us were talking and if we Ever get another go at it we re not going to marry for love again. A a in a going to be More practical the second time around a said my neighbor. A a in a going to marry a Handyman. Someone who can change a Light bulb without throwing the City into darkness for three a How would you like to be married to a doctor a asked my other Friend. A i Tell him there Are bubbles in the toilet bowl. He throws in two aspirin flushes and says a Call me in the morning if its still a a we ail agreed we re going to snare off the Washer repairmen the House painters the grass cutters and men who can hang a picture where we Tell him without filing for a Legal separation. Personally i would sacrifice sex for a shot at a Good mathematician. It boggles my imagination to think what it must be like to live with a Man who can balance a Check Book who can Cut a recipe in half for me and who can measure a bathroom for carpeting without having enough left Over to wallpaper the hallway Slipcover the car and make shag hats for the entire russian army. Think of it. A mathematician who could pay the newsboy two weeks at once by doubling it in his head instead of having him come Back twice and making change each time. Imagine being Able to have him measure a window for curtains and not having to Settle for a Valance. If i were Swift in mathematics things might work out but incompetence should never mate with incompetence. The other weekend i was going to fill in a Flower bed with grass. A How much grass seed you think Iii need to Plant a i asked. Three hours later he stacked a sheaf of papers under my nose. A i measured the Width by the depth subtracted the circumference of the Trees and the potential growth of the petunias added i Inch Overall for depth and than calculated How Manv seeds to a bag would actually germinate and How much surface a Blade would cover. A then i tripled it and subtracted the Cost of liniment for my Back and multiplied it by 30 million grub Worms and three ground moles a a what did you come up with a i asked shuffling to the last Page. A have it sodded a he said. Frankly that a the kind of answer i would expect from a Man who remembers the year he was born but has to Call his Mother to find out How old he is. Fruits vegetables in abundant Supply Williams Flowers a Quality Flowers. A Profis signal slavic 201? Inrush to. Pm Ali cd Good catch London was Jill Bishop. 28. Opened her front door to three men who said that they were police officers and must investigate her premises. She became suspicious because detectives looking for three prisoners who had escaped from Brixton prison had just visited her Home. When she asked the newcomers about the knife and Iron bar they were carrying one Man fled mrs Bishop slammed and locked the doors on the other two then called the real police. The criminals were just managing to escape into the House next door when the Law arrived and captured them. A by that tim Ethe intr prisoner had rejoined them so we got them All a beamed the housewife. Raleigh make a shopping list and up pops a meal plan. Just Jot Down the Good food buys in meat add vegetables fruit salad supplies and dessert ideas and Presto your dinner plans will shape up says mrs. Ruby Uzzle. Extension consumer marketing economist North Carolina state University. Once the main meals fall into place plans for lunches suppers breakfast and even snacks come to mind. To help you with shopping and meal planning mrs. Uzzle offers these reminders Beautiful tomatoes Are becoming More plentiful Mak ing them a Good Choice for salads casserole dishes and Home Canning. Other top produce values Are Green peppers cucumbers cabbage lettuce Squash onions Crowder peas and new red potatoes. Terrific for hostesses Halter Back loungers Long colourful dresses make terrific hostess gowns during summer evenings entertaining. At the produce counter summer red watermelons Are in the spotlight. Locally grown cantaloupes vie for attention along with nectarines avocados plums and pineapple. Place a want and today and charge it wed., thurs., and Fri. Only handsome spice rack Fini simulate Walnut fielded a Glau Jah 12 a Usu in i i i i i i i i i 2 Chia i i a gracious gift i i i i bring jewel Box $2.95 139 s. Main st., High Point sl.i9 Lii out us bring tim Coupon i Coupon c upon Thomasville Winston and Asheboro Lara Amaal hi1 i ills i la a Ltd Baba Vaaj final clearance shoe Sale Spring and summer shoes and sandals. Values to $23. Creative Center for children inc. 608 James Road High Point located on the premises of the old Oakview Baptist Church announces. An etching new program in the triad area from or. M w. Sullivan of Beho Vonal research laboratories. The Sullivan language arts program offering All 4 a 5 year Olds who Are ready the latest Rind most effective Reading math and spelling techniques available. Call us for Oil the details on this excellent program designed especially to prepare children for their first exposure to formal learning our la it interests for the child Are a physical a mental a emotional o social a planned program for individual ago group o o year round program tor school children o Core it provided for children from 6 Wacks to to years for More information Call Henrietta Bundy Harris 886-5382 2 i i Araf rom i it no r Mill gradual training in the fit id it child or run Pernt come see. We be made it new a

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