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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - September 26, 1972, High Point, North Carolina At wit s end Normal housewives Don t Iron clothes by Erma Bombeck an and in a Midwest newspaper read wanted woman to do ironing for housewife to years behind in everything. Must have Strong courage and sense of humor. Phone. Now there a a woman i could live next door to in perfect Harmony. I Iron a by appointment i Learned Long ago that if i ironed and Combine Thrift and smart shopping for Good combination Raleigh a the foods you select May influence your family a Good diet even More than the amount of Money you have to spend. But when you learn to Combine Thrift with smart shopping you be got an unbeatable combination Points out mrs. Ruby Uzzle Extension consumer marketing economist North Carolina state University. One Way to blend the two is to Purchase nutritious foods currently in plentiful Supply she Points out. Right now apples Are a Wise Choice whether for eating fresh or for cooking. Prunes plums pineapples and pears a re a i s o Handy at budget stretching prices. And grapes Are on Many supermarket a a features for this week so eat a Bunch. Beef sales Are mostly from the Chuck and round sections. Either steaks or roasts Are bargain values. Pork features Are picnic shoulders Franks fresh Ham Shanks and Boston butt roasts. Vegetable supplies Are up in Price due to the i Between growing seasons. Most reasonable vegetable items Are Spring Type Green onions collards turnip greens Mustard Winter Squash yellow Corn and rutabagas. Most stores will continue to feature ice Cream and ice milk specials mrs. Uzzle says. So Stock up if you have room in your Freezer and if your family members Are ice Cream lovers. Tuesday 3 . A preschool swim class 3 30 . A intermediate swim class 3 30 . A beginner tap 4 . A swimmers swim class 4 15 . A beginner Ballet 5 . A beginner tap 5 45 . A beginner Ballet 6 . A us 6 15 . A b to p gub 6 30 . A Civi mates 7 30 . A needlework 7 30 . A poodle grooming 7 30 pm. A advanced Bridge 7 30 . A beginner sewing 7 30 . A karate 7 30 . A adult swim class 7 30 . A exercise 7 30 . A ladies self defense 7 30 . A scuba diving wednesday 8 a m. A new York buses leave for tour 9 30 a m. A beginner Art class 9 30 a m. A Tennis shades of old West mrs. Pat Nixon wears a Broad smile and a Pioneer woman a Bonnet saturday As she rides sidesaddle on the merry go round at the Oklahoma state fair. Mrs. Nixon toured the fair As she wound up a seven state Campaign trip on behalf of the re election of her husband. A wire photo Guilford optical co. A free parking Quot enter from main St. Next to building 654 Telephone North main St.ut4j 885-2647 f serving this area since 1947. Large selection of latest fashions in frames. Let us fill your next prescription for classes. Four registered opticians to serve you Jack Southerland Hoyt Wilson Aubrey Bowman Garland Pugh l social Calendar tuesday 8 . A the masonic Temple is the setting for the meeting of members of the High Point chapter 106, order of the Eastern Star. Wednesday 12 30 . A twentieth Century study club meets at Emery Wood country gub with mrs. Carson Stout As hostess. Thursday 7 30 . A members of the North Randolph Republican women a club meets with mrs. John Skeen on route 5. High Point Enterprise tuesday sept. 26, 1972 7a status seeker leans on dead Kin Hung three dresses in my daughter s closet she would change three times during dinner. The other Day my son wanted me to Iron his jeans for a class play. A which leg faces the audience a i asked with my Iron poised in mid air. A boy a he said a a you re sure not like mrs. i Hadnot thought about mrs. Breck in years. She was an Antiseptic old Broad who used to live two houses Down from me. She had an annoying habit of putting her ironing Board up on tuesday and putting it away again at the end of the Day. What can you expect from a woman who ironed Belt buckles one afternoon i dropped in on her As she was pressing the tongues in her songs Tennis shoes. A you know what you Are mrs. Breck a i asked. A a a ooh i enjoy ironing a she said. A you keep talking like that and someone is going to put you in a a a what a so bad about ironing9�?� she grinned. A no one does it a i snapped a did you Ever see the women on soap operas Iron they re just Normal american housewives. But do you Ever see them in front of an ironing Board no they re out having abortions committing murder blackmailing their Boss undergoing surgery having fun if you weren to chained to this ironing Board you too could be out doing All soils of exciting a like what a she chuckled pressing the wrinkle out of a pair of sweat socks and folding them neatly. A you could give Tupperware parties learn to scuba dive learn hotel management while sitting under a hair dryer have an affair with the Avon lady a unemployed brother in Law sing along with Jack la Lanne collect antique barbed wire take a course in hebrew Flower arranging Start Chain letters. I done to know woman use your imagination a i read the newspaper and again. It intrigued me so that i dialled the number and waited. A hello mrs. Breck son of a gun. It sure makes you feel Good when you had a part in someone a Success does no to it dear Ann i must comment on the letter from the Reader who wrote to say she was incensed to discover that an acquaintance was using an ancestral Crest very similar to theirs and she was sure the woman had a a copied it. Isnit it amazing what some people View As a problem it must be wonderful to have so Little to worry about one of the great things about the United states is that with few exceptions its people have rejected status by inheritance in favor of status by achievement. Each person must stand or fall on the strength of what he is Able to make of himself. Who cares about Noble ancestors if nobility of character has not been passed along through Parent child relation dead relatives is somewhat ludicrous but it puts the whole thing in proper perspective. Thanks for writing. Ships and what does it matter if ones ancestors were bastards so Long As the person himself has risen above Bastardly conduct some people with similar family crests deserve each other. The fact that the woman would complain suggests that she is leaning heavily on her dead relatives for status. New Mexico Daar new the mental picture of a person leaning on dear Ann in be got a Little advice for that woman who wonders if she should insist that her husband destroy his Box filled with pictures of former girl friends. Done to do it dear. Put the Box away out of sight so you wont run into it every time you clean. Forget about the Blooming thing and one Day you la be glad you did. Tom and i celebrated our 39th wedding anniversary last week and i decided the time had come to sit Down and go through the Box of pictures. Well Ann we laughed so hard tears rolled Down our Cheeks. The outfits the hair Dos the poses it was better than an old movie. My husband and i started to reminisce. It was amazing How Many of the girls who were once cute and popular Are now out of shape and no longer attractive. The Hotshot of yesteryear selected As a most Likely to succeed was lost in the shuffle and never heard from again. Tell your readers that throwing out pictures can be a big mistake advise them to put away those moments and one Day be glad they did. A still laughing dear still i wish i d thought of this Angle. Thanks for improving on my advice. Dear Ann the pastor of our Church has adventures in sewing la knowing terms helps understanding been visiting or widow who lives near me almost daily since her husband died. At first we thought it was very considerate of him to take such a personal interest in her but its been three years now and she a had plenty of time to learn How to handle her grief alone. There is a lot of whispering in our town about this twosome and i done to think it is doing our Church any Good. Should we speak to the woman to the minister or to the ministers wife we want to proceed in a Way that will be Best for everybody. We feel certain that if the minister or his wife were aware of the gossip he would behave differently. Please advise. A observers dear observers of the minister has been visiting a woman every Day for three years his wife probably knows about it and is handling if in the Way the is Best for her. My advice is to mind your own business. Second in a Striae by Mabel s. Obenchain to help you Chart your Way in your sewing project it is necessary to be familiar with certain sewing terms. We Are listing some of the most Basic with their definitions. Nap a Short fibres on fabrics that lie smoothly in one direction such As velvet. This fabric must be Cut with All pattern pieces in one direction. It includes fabrics with one Way design produced by Light reflection such As sateen and Satin or printed or Woven with an up and Down direction. Without Nap a pattern pieces can be reversed a do not have to be Cut All in one direction. Interlining a a suitable fabric shaped the same As the garment and sewn Between garment and lining for shaping and or added warmth. Interfacing a a suitable fabric used Between the garment and the facing to give added strength shaping and support usually on garment edges waistbands collars and cuffs. Grain or Grain line a did a n a a i it . . Lifts v. Edge flinching Lengthwise thread Register now for weekly Art classes at the Harrison Rucker studio 312 Broad St a new 5-week session begins the week of october 9. Day and evening classes in drawing and painting for beginning intermediate and advanced students. Adults and teenagers. Children s classes taught by Kitty ring in age groups. Pre school thru age 12. The studio is located in the Beautiful new Conrad galleries 312 w. Broad. For schedule and other details Call 882-3859 or 885-4943. Section of threads in a Woven fabric. Threads that run parallel to the Selvage Edge make up the Lengthwise Grain. Those running across the Grain from Selvage comprise the crosswise Grain. Straight of goods a refers to the Lengthwise or crosswise Grain of fabric. Bias a a Diagonal line at right angles to Grain line of fabric a has More St in sleeve a Cut separately and seamed into armhole. May have a smooth Cap or a full gathered Cap. Raglan sleeve a Cut separately from garment body but continuing to neckline Over shoulder. Kimono Sleave a bodice and sleeve Cut in one piece. Sometimes has an underarm gusset. Arms Eye a also armhole a opening in garment for Arm. It can be faced or bound or a sleeve can be set into this opening _ today s recipe Tun Burger by Marian Burros once upon a time it might have been called a Friday Burger. La Pound i cup grated american cheese 3 hard cooked eggs chopped 1 Omi to 7 ounce can tuna flanked 2 Tablespoons each chopped Green Pepper chopped onion chopped stuffed olives and chopped Sweet Pickle 3 cup Mayonnaise or salad dressing 8 hamburger buns 8 Green Pepper rings optional 2 Tablespoons grated american cheese. Combine a 11 ingredients except for buns Green Pepper rings and 2 Tablespoons cheese. Fill buns with tuna salad. Put Green Pepper ring on Mould of salad wrap in foil and heat until warmed. Sprinkle with cheese heat a few More minutes or until cheese melts. Makes 8 sandwiches. Adventures in sewing High Point Enterprise . Box 489, radio City station new York n y. 10019 Send postpaid Book s. J $1 of each. Enclosed is $ i Mal the to a Maney urdu Sayahi la Quot St Mia Alia i Bitt week tat delivery Nam address i 5.? i Star batting a temporary Large stitches made by hand or machine. Stay stitching a machine stitches placed in the seam allowance �?~4-Inch inside the seam line to prevent stretching of Bias or curved edges. Eat a to fit together unequal seam lengths so excess fabric does not pucker or gather. Edga of stitching a Row of machine stitching placed close to turned Edge to prevent Raveling. Clip a a Short Cut in the seam allowance to within about it Inch of stitching line so that a curved seam will lie Flat. Trim a cutting away excess fabric to prevent bulk. Grad or layering a trimming seam allowance to different widths to give a Flat seam when several layers or Bulky fabrics Are stitched together. The allowance closest to outer fabric is the widest. Interfacing is trimmed the closest to the sea line. Newspaper Enterprise attn Hazel Williams decorator i Mil Ami pc an no Al tit visit Welcome new arrivals with Novelty arrangements Ano fresh Flowers from. Aoi i i main St to i Honi 4j Jio Hoh lauds Mono a Lovely lady Beauty Salon 3335 b s mom St. Archdale a 431-5906 Coll about of weakly Panal is alcoholism ruining your life know the danger signals and what to do. Read the Booklet a alcoholism a Hope and help a by Ann Landers. Enclose 35 cents in Coin with your request and a Long stamped sell addressed envelope to this newspaper. When drying hands after washing make it a habit to gently push Back cuticles. This is a mini manicure practice that removes dead skin around nails. Lose weight or Money Back Donne can help you become the trim slim person you want to be of Rinei is a tiny Tablet and easily swallowed contains no dangerous drugs no starving no special Nereus get rid of excess tat and live longer. Odin i has been used successfully by thousands All Over the country for 14 years Odon plan costs 3 25 and the Large Economy sue $5 25. You must lose ugly tat or your Money will be refunded. No questions asked sold with this guarantee Hgt eckers drug stores at no. Specially suede cleaning. Set Vitou a umm Laun Ockum 1670 English re Tel. Iis-2101 open 6 30 to 6 30 one hour la Mumm. The most in Day Clian Inq for our customers who missed our sunday i /2 Price and. Coupon a a a a a bring this Coupon with clothing and receive off All dry cleaning on tues., wed amp thurs., sept. 26, 27 amp 28 offer Coop with Coupon Only Cut and save Money t value Sale any combination 4 Gallons a a or the Price a c 0 out famous r0l-Latex just Wall paint Utu fast Day info in o 1 in i coat covens Otla a rear tatar Avadana. $ 5 99 gallon Mary Carter House paint c a t i homa a in mme Ltd it a a till 0tyr Ltd Atana Fri 5 shirts .�?z,/1 3 locations a 2351 English re. Beside Anderson drug a Fairfield Plaza a 2406 n. Main St. Beside varsity drive in 19-26 visit a Heidi crafts in the Mary Carter store a decoupage a Candle Craft a plaster Craft 600 new holds on the Way 1312 s. Main 882-8915 closed wed. . 9 22f i

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