High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Feb 29 1972, Page 7

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - February 29, 1972, High Point, North Carolina High Point Enterprise tuesday february 29, 1972 7a the other woman described for Cool evenings whether its a package of Gingerbread mix or a made from scratch Winter Citrus pudding oranges make dessert delicious. The pudding Tat right contains apples and oranges. The Topping includes Orange Rind and Orange juice. Citrus pudding is nutritious by Marian Burros every so often t h e homemaker gets bored stiff with All the talk about nutrition though she knows she should be listening a not Only because its Good for her children but because its Good for her. Too. Just the same she probably wishes there were an easier Way. There Isnit and if the information Wasny to absorbed in High school it must be done by Means of on the Job training. But it is fun to pick up a recipe especially one for a dessert and find that it has a lot More going for i t nutritionally than an Ordinary piece of cake or a Candy bar. One such delightful creation is a pudding made with oranges and apples. Naturally it has sugar but Only a dreamer would think that the average american was going Epsilon Zeta chapter discusses project plans plans for projects were among items discussed by Epsilon Zeta chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority when they met in the Home of mrs. Pat Hilton. Mrs. Freddie Dunlap chairman of the ways and Means committee and mrs. Bill Fahy co chairman presented several Money making ideas. Final agreement was reached on a bake Sale in which members will take orders then prepare and deliver cakes to the buyers. Mrs. Terry Mishoe mrs. Hilton and mrs. Jack Weant agreed to let members use their kitchens to prepare the cakes. As their easter project the group voted to entertain residents of the chapter House of boys at Mill s Home in Thomas ill. Previously they have Given a party using the easter theme and have donated items of recreational pointers on camellias Given Oak hollow club Johnny Lewis local camellia enthusiast was guest speaker at the Oak hollow Garden gub meeting. Camellias Are of two varieties he said fall and Spring bloomers a and can be grown from seed or grafts. According to the speaker grafted plants grow and Bloom faster than the plants grown from seeds this is the reason grafting is so popular or. Lewis explained the grafting process showing detailed pictures. He gave these March wedding planned or. And mrs. Robert l. Thomas of 1010 Grant St. Announce the engagement of their daughter Debra Elizabeth King to Steven Ray Lewallen son of or. And mrs. C. R. Lewallen 118 Cedarwood Trail. The couple plans a March 26 wedding at Bales methodist Church in Jamestown. The Bride elect attended Andrews High school and is employed by Kmart. The bridegroom elect i s employed by beco inc. Pointers on planting camellias use equal parts of Sand peat Moss and Pine bark for the camellia bed Plant on the Northwest Side of the House and use Plant food and an insecticide regularly. Azaleas Are Good companions for the camellias As they Are both acid Loving plants he continued. Or. Lewis invited members to visit his greenhouse and urged everyone to attend the Southeastern Flower show in Charlotte this week and the local camellia show at Sears March to and la. He closed irs talk by showing slides of the Many different varieties of camellias. During the business session members were reminded to get their dues in soon As the state and local dues Are payable in March mrs Ron Heer and mrs. Paul Boone were asked to serve on a nominating committee to present a next meeting in discussing the problem of mosquitoes along Oak hollow Lake it was brought out that Martin Birds eat mosquitoes by the thousands and would he the answer to this problem everyone living along the Lake was urged to erect Martin houses As soon As possible. Mrs. Boone 3024 stimp6on St., was hostess for the meeting with seven members and one visitor attending. Equipment to the boys. Several members suggested other ideas for entertaining such ast Kina the croup to a movie. Definite plans will be made at a later Date the group was reminded that the ritual of jewels for new pledges who the International test for membership will be held March 14 at Brin Wood restaurant among those pledges to take the ritual Are mrs. Mishoe mrs. Fahy mrs. Albert Moore and Faye Mitchell. These girls with mrs. Hilton and mrs. Debbie Mann were Given information on the upcoming test by vice president mrs. Leonard Dunlap or. The group also agreed to Purchase additional items to add to those the group has donated to the paediatric Ward at High Point Hospital. Mrs. Dunlap reported on Success of the Valentine Hall which the Beta Sigma Phi City Council sponsored on feb. 12 at High Point Moose Lodge mrs. Garland Amos and mrs. Fahy presented a program on drama for the group. Mrs. Amos defined drama and discussed its elements. Then she told of the two types to drama tragedy and comedy. Mrs. Fahy led the group in a discussion of the play a Chase me which the chapter attended during Christmas at the barn dinner theatre. It was announced that the next meeting will be held on feb. 29 at the Home of mrs. Fahy. Mrs. Freddie Dunlap and mrs. Lamb will present the program on the evening concluded with a White elephant Sale with mrs. Lamb As auctioneer. To deprive himself of sugar. For the Gung to nutritionist the flour called for in the Topping can easily h e unbleached. So make this dessert and Stop feeling guilty about what the kids Are eating Winter Citrus pudding 3 oranges peeled sliced and quartered 2 apples sliced i Tablespoon sugar a Teaspoon Nutmeg l2 Teaspoon cinnamon Topping i cup flour i cup sugar i Teaspoon baking powder 2 Teaspoon Salt ii Teaspoon Orange Rind 1 egg. Beaten 2 Tablespoons butter 2 cup Orange juice place Orange and Apple slices in layers in 8-Inch Square baking pan or 1-quart casserole. Combine sugar Nutmeg and cinnamon. Sprinkle half of this mixture Over the fruit. Blend flour sugar baking powder Salt Orange Rind and egg until crumbly. Sprinkle Over sliced fruit. Sprinkle remaining cinnamon mixture Over All. Dot with butter. Pour Orange juice Over All. Bake at 350 degrees for 45 minutes. Serve warm or cold with whipped Cream if desired. Makes 6 to 8 Servings. Rebekah have social event the Rebekah a officers and past grand club held a social hour during their meeting in the Home of mrs. Horace Stephens. 1311 Coventry re. were played during the event. The president mrs. Zula Mae Cook opened the meeting. Mrs. William Chniel gave a devotional on Quot sermons we following the business session refreshments were served. The next meeting of the group will be held in March at the Home of mrs. C. Cagle. Dear Ann i was intrigued by the letter from the other woman who signed herself a she was warning the wife to shape up because in her words a i know Quality when i see it and lady he a got what about her Quality what can he said for a female who would sneak around with a married Man and let him spend time and Money on her when his own family needs his physical presence and his paycheck i ran across a poem recently that says it far better than i can. Will you print it please. The author is Judith Viorst. The other woman the other we Oman never smells of Ajax or furniture polish she was bored with Boh Dylan a year before we had heard of him. She a a Good sport about things like Flat tires and hot water because it s easier to he a Good sport when Vout re not married. Dear plugged thank you for your contribution. I received thousands of Superb letters from women who offered to reply to patience but yours was Best. The other woman never has tired blood she can name the Hest hotels in Acapulco As readily As we can name the Best detergents. She wears Chiffon Peignoir instead of a Corduroy Bathrobe. Because it s easier to try harder when you re not married the other woman spends her Money on real furs while we spend ours o n obstetricians she knows How to make a husband feel wanted. Because it s easier to want a husband when Vout re not married. Plugged in and tuned out dear Ann what is wrong with a Man who has to use swear words in every sentence 7 its a a hello this and a a Damn that a even time he opens his Mouth its some kind of cussing he can t even ask a Friend a How Are you a it has to be. A How in the hell Are you a a after a few drinks his talk gets really Blue. And its worse when be s on the Telephone. He refuses to accept any suggestions from me because in a a a Dummy. A you on the other hand Are smart because your picture is in the paper every Day i would consider it a big favor if you a Tell this Bufflehead to clean up his Mouth. Thank Vou a Only his wife dear Only swearing is a habit. People like your husband become hell and Damn deaf. They Don t even hear themselves say it. Strong language is often used to beef up weak ideas. Show me an inveterate Cusser and i la show you a person who lacks Confidence in himself. A no nonsense approach to How to Deal with life a most difficult and most rewarding arrangement. Ann Landers Booklet a marriage a what to expect a will prepare you for better or for worse. Send your request to Ann Landers in care of your newspaper enclosing 50 cents in Coin and a Long stamped self addressed envelope. Worthy Matron Patron entertained by Oes Trauty sen ire huh get priced no ppm melt no no n�fd#4 artistic lira ii in ii i or r 18?1 v main St Tel. Hh2-6h5 h Fine clothing for each member of the family e k 125 n mom St. It charge accounts Welcome mrs. Guida w. Tolley worthy Matron and Fred n. Tolley worthy Patron of High Point chapter 106. Order of the Eastern Star were entertained by the officers of the chapter in the dining room of the masonic Temple saturday even no they will retire from office in March. Mrs sue Dean Miller greeted guests on arrival and mrs. Bernice Walters was in charge of the worthy matrons guest Book. During the evening mrs. Miller entertained the group with a skit assisted by mrs. Martha Kenney Dewey Albany and Richard sink. Later in the evening the officers presented mrs. Tolley with a place setting in her pattern and the substitute officers presented or. Tolley with a gift. The honoured couple received Many gifts from members visitors and friends. The gift table arrangement was a Star with the emblematic colors. At the base of the Star were yellow roses. Mrs. Hilda sink directed the guests to the refreshment table. Which was covered with yellow lace Over yellow Satin and entered with Flowers in shades of yellow. Lighted White tapers complemented the arrangement the individual tables were decorated in yellow roses and who e candles. A three tiered cake topped with Eastern Star Emblem was sliced by mrs. Faye Hilton. Alternating in pouring punch and Coffee were mrs. Louise Al arty and mrs. Lxi Rene Reed. Assisting in serving were mrs. Polly Hurley mrs. Jewel Hauser and mrs. Lala Shields. Tuesday 3 30 and tap 3 4 5 p. In. A c Hildren s painting class 6 15 amp p club dinner 7 30 p m a world Fellowship committee wednesday 10 30 a m a ladies dip 3 15 teens 7 30 p m Jay duplicate Bridge reduce lose up to 45 lbs. In 60 Days special try before you buy one week free. 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