High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Mar 17 1974, Page 29

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - March 17, 1974, High Point, North Carolina At wit s end we can t stand a jeans cutback by Erma Bombeck i read something the other Day that almost made my heart Stop beating. Rep. Morris k. Udall from Arizona predicted in his newsletter to his constituents to get ready for shortages in Wool Cotton and synthetic fibres that will cause clothing prices to soar. Then he added a there is even talk of rationing Blue if Blue jeans become any tighter any More faded any More worn or any less available teen agers Are going to have to go through life sitting under a table. Believe me. This nation cannot stand another a a jeans cutback. In Russia they Are paying $50 a pair for faded worn jeans from the United states which is a too per cent markup Over what they paid for our wheat. I did no to real Bellow serious the situation was until my daughter dragged me into a fashionable department store last week. A a do you have any old secondhand jeans a she asked a did no to you see the sign a she asked. A no jeans today. Open for service a i ask Only in a pretty desperate a said my daughter. She took off her coat and turned around to reveal her underwear coming through the seat. A we have a few jeans for regular customers Only a said the clerk stiffly a but ill show them to you. Now Here a a pair that went through eight owners two communes and a Rock festival. You la notice the seat is seasoned and is so smooth its about ready to break through. There s a Patch Over one knee the hems Are Raveling and they be been bleached Over 800 a i love them a squealed my daughter. A How much a �?o$30.�?� Quot thirty dollars a i gasped. A minus your Trade in a she amended. A what Trade in you mean that pair of Grubby pants that Are disintegrating before our very eyes a a a you a be surprised what they will bring after they be been bleached a few More times and patched. We Ith the shortage we take what we i had to ask a where did these jeans come from a a Well As you know teen agers put on a pair when they Are 12 and done to take them off again until they Are 19, so you see. A a where did they come from a i persisted. A a girl who just turned 20 and went to a Convent. Do you want me to put them in a Box a she asked. A no they can walk a i said miserably. Whet taste buds with spiced fruit Ambrosia by Aileen Claire Nea food editor fruit May appear in Many guises during a meal. A baked spiced fruit Ambrosia certainly whets the taste buds of dessert fans. However this dish also May be served with a meat dish. Baked spiced fruit Ambrosia i can i Pound 13 ounces sliced peaches i can i Pound 4 ounces pineapple chunks i can i Pound i ounce Apricot halves in cup Maraschino cherries halved i Teaspoon grated Lemon Peel 1 Tablespoon Lemon juice 2 Teaspoons pumpkin pie spice divided i a cups All purpose flour 1/3 cup sugar Drain canned fruits reserving 1 a cup of one of the syrups. In a Large bowl Combine the reserved syrup with the fruits Lemon Peel and juice and i Teaspoon of the pumpkin pie spice mix Well. Spoon into a buttered 12 x 8 x 2-Inch baking dish. Combine flour sugar Salt and remaining i Teaspoon pumpkin pie spice. With a Trade in your a Oldwig you can get Teaspoon Salt butter or cup Margarine i can 3va to 4 ounces shredded Coconut out our Way club to meet the out our Way Garden club will meet on wednesday at 1 30 . With mrs. Stanley Twigg of 509 Birchwood or. Mrs. T. E. Dodamead and mrs. D. P. Mervine will be associate hostess. Trans world All Trade in hairpieces Are donated to the is cancer society for their patients imports a Westchester malls of i e Cas. Do All your shopping at one location. Lfeo Tchet ter mall. Ehm Laura Davis engaged to Roy Vav. Boyles High Point Enterprise sunday March 17,1974 ish hot water is important Huntersville the Rev. And mrs. Marcus b. Prince or. Announce the engagement of their daughter Laura Prince Davis and Roy Woodrow Boyles of rotary drive High Point. The bridegroom is the son of or. And mrs. Curtis Woodrow Boyles of Liberty. The couple will be wed on april 13 at St. Paul s presbyterian Church Greensboro. The Bride elect is a graduate of Queens College Charlotte and is a member of the English dept at Grimsley High school Greensboro. Or. Boyles is a graduate of Guilford College and has his masters degree from unc Chapel Hill. He is head football coach at High Point Central High school. Take care of feet thorough rinsing in hot water is important. For economical use of water the dip rinse is recommended. Simply dip dishes into hot water in a separate dishpan or sink. Change water when suds Are visible. Rinsing under hot running water is faster. Still to conserve water Wash several items then turn on the faucet and rinse. Repeat this process. A third alternative is the Spray rinse. Dishes can be sprayed individually or stacked after washing and sprayed All at once. Glassware is an exception Here. After washing and rinsing place clean dishes on the opposite Side of the sink from those still to be washed. It is usually helpful to direct the work flow toward the dish storage areas As much As possible. So if dishes Are stored on the right work from left to right. This saves Steps motions and time. A Drain rack is useful especially if dishes Are to be air dried. Towel drying is sometimes necessary due to space limitations. Also Towel drying glassware and flatware removes water droplets which can spot particularly in hard water areas. Always use a clean dish Towel. After Dis washing suds sponge or scour sink and counter tops. All surfaces that food May touch need a thorough cleaning to minimize any bacterial contamination. The reflector on pans on the stove should be washed frequently in a sink of hot suds water. Feet deserve special care. A regular pedicure procedure will cure then prevent problems with overgrown cuticles thickened skin around nails and ingrown toenails. Begin with a Good soaping easy enough to do while enjoying the daily Bath. Gently push cuticles Back. After drying Massage nails with cuticle Oil and again work softened cuticle away from the nails. Use an Orange stick wrapped with Cotton. Dorminy studios inc. 1635 n. Main St. High Point Tel. 883-4824 tap Ballet toe acrobatic jazz baby work Baton and ballroom Poal gifts and decorative accessories of higher than average Quality arriving daily. 5804 High Point rd., Sedgefield Winter hours 10.30-5 00 wed. Thru Sot. 919 294-1028 e3-17- adult Ballet classes Mon. And thurs. Evenings 7 30 til 8 30 during the Energy crisis afternoon kindergarten classes Mon., tues and thurs. 1 30-3 30. Call 883-4824 enrol now dance summer school Quot the solution for your child s Happy vacation at Home Jacqueline Dorminy director University of Georgia sadlers Wells London Paris Ballet school Paris 3-17 4 pastry blender Cut in butter until mixture resembles coarse crumbs stir in Coconut. Spoon evenly Over top of fruits. Bake in a preheated 400-degree oven for 40 minutes or until hot and Topping is browned. Serve hot As a meat accompaniment or warm As a dessert. Makes to to 12 portions. Sale. 20% off Spring fabrics. Start sewing and saving now in time for easter. 8x10. Full color no age limit babies children adults and extra special no extra charge for groups offer Good thru sat., mar. 23 please phone for appointment we also Honor album plan Solan Mills studio Only one oms special per family in 90 Days minor Mutt to accompanied by parent1518 n. Main St. Tel. 888-9095special 2 polyester solids and fancies. Spring patterns and colors in polyester double knit styles. Good looking popular and easy to clean Sale 113. Prints of polyester Cotton Reg. 1.39 cd. Celebrity prints in lots of attractive patterns. More than enough for you to find what you like. And they re machine washable. Sale 2�7 solids of polyester Cotton. Reg. 2.59 cd. Shantar Linen. Soft linens that Are machine washable and no Iron. Linen prints Reg. 2 99. Sale 2.39 Sale 2?d� text sized Woven polyester. Reg. 3.50 cd. Attractive sportswear in new Spring colors. Machine Wash Tumble dry and no Iron for easy care. Sale w sportswear solids of Rayon polyester. Reg. 2.29 cd. Penn Rook ready to Wear fabric. Machine Wash Tumble dry no Iron. Do All your shopping at one location Puiesi Chesier Sale in solid and print Broadcloth fabrics. Reg. 1.59 cd. These Beautiful fabrics Are Rayon Cotton. Machine Wash Tumble dry. So they re easy to care for. Sale 113 solid and print sport cloth fabric. Reg. 1.79 cd. The Daystar Story machine Wash no Iron Tumble dry. And with Beautiful new looks. Sale 1�?z1 Skillet solids of polyester Cotton. Reg. 1.89 cd. Our popular sportswear fabric in 11 colors. It s easy to care for. For people who play hard. Sale prices effective through know what you re looking for. Yes you can charge it All at a Penney in Westchester mall. Shop monday thru saturday 10 00 to 9 30

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