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Norwich Evening Sun (Newspaper) - August 13, 1962, Norwich, New York I women a Home a food a fashion a society i the evening Sun i let the Sun Shine in your Home / monday August 13, 1962 summer need not mar Beauty county Republican family picnic is planned for aug. 29 by women Norwich a a county wide the picnic with his family. Or. Republican family picnic at which Hope is from Cortland prominent members of the new York state Republican party will speak has been announced for August 29 by the Chenango county women a Republican club. The picnic to which All county republicans and their families Are invited will be held at 6 30 . On wednesday August 29, at the Canasa Acta country club in Norwich. The picnic will be held in the club Pavilion. Among the prominent members of the party in new York state who will speak is miss Jean Mckee president of the association of Young Republican clubs of new York state. She is the Only woman to Ever hold this office. A also expected to be present at the picnic Are Chenango county Republican candidates with their families. Or. Leighton Hope Republican candidate for the office of state senator will also be at Chenango memorial Hospital record visiting hours la . To 8 30 . La . To 9 . In private rooms. Admissions aug. La Jerry Christie Oxford. Robert Follett 9 Davis Street. Mrs. Gerald Johnson North Norwich. Discharges aug. La mrs. Angelina Famalaro 134 East main St. Mrs. Donald macintosh Star route Norwich. Lloyd Manwarren 19 fair St. Admissions aug. 12 Russell Manley . I Norwich. Mrs. Barbara Horton 27 Guernsey St. Robert Cole 7a state St. Mrs. Gail Vanduser Star route Norwich. Miss Joyce Marano Norwich. Mrs. Laurentia Cappadonia Sherburne. A mrs. Vera Totman South Plymouth. A discharges aug. 12 mrs. Doris Houck . 3, Norwich. Mrs. Marylee Timmons North Norwich. Child Colleen Palmieri 20 Brown ave. Daniel White . I Norwich. Mrs. Verna Bosworth 21 Cortland Street. Beverages will be served at the picnic but those planning to attend Are asked to bring their own table service Rolls butter and a dish to pass a salad dessert or main dish. A la Republican men and women from the county have been urged to attend the picnic to meet the candidates and to hear the outstanding speakers who will visit the county on that occasion. A number of Chenango county women who Are Active in Republican party affairs were among those who greeted and talked with governor Rockefeller on his visit to the Chenango county fair last wednesday. Mrs. Ida Windsor vice chairman of the county committee mrs. Elizabeth Tamsett candidate for the office of state committee woman and mrs. Ruth Demeree of Bainbridge president of the Chenango county women a Republican club drove in the cavalcade to meet the governor upon his arrival at Broome county Airport. The three along with a number of other women workers of the Chenango county Republican party who had been Active in county Headquarters and at the Republican Booth at the fair were also invited to attend a reception held for the governor later at hands inn in Norwich. Births aug. 12, to or. And mrs. Joseph Cappadonia Sherburne a daughter. Aug. 12, to or. And mrs. Harold Horton 27 Guernsey St., a daughter. Committee plans for Flower show Oxford a a meeting of the committee for the Green thumb Garden club Flower show will be held August 13 at 8 . At the Home of the chairman mrs. Edward Phoenix. Committee members Are mrs. Foster Beach mrs. Herman Adams mrs. Frank Frair mrs. Clayton Beaumont mrs. Ivan Cady and mrs. Dave Reed. The Flower show which will be held in the former Cooley department store on August 24, is open to the Public. All interested persons Are invited to exhibit. Ribbons will be awarded in several classes including wild Flowers Garden Flowers vegetables and House plants. Those exhibiting Are requested to bring entries to the Cooley store for afternoon showing. Or. And mrs. Day return from tour Oxford a or. And mrs. Homer Day of e. River Road Oxford returned Home on August 5 following a trip to Ontario Alberta British Columbia Alaska and the worlds fair in Seattle Washington. The Days left Toronto on july 13 via the Canadian Pacific Railroad on a guided tour sponsored by the travel service Bureau and the american agriculturist. Including or. And mrs. Day one Hundred and two persons were in the sightseeing group. With stops at Banff and Lake Louise and Side trips by bus to Points of interest in that area the travellers spent three Days before continuing their journey by train to Vancouver British Columbia. There they boarded the steamship Princess Louise and travelled the Inland passage to Alaska making stops at Prince Rupert ., Ketchikan Juneau Skagway and on into the Yukon via a special train on the White pass Yukon Railroad. Visiting the Gold Rush territory they were served a Moose meat dinner. Returning to Vancouver they stopped Over at Wrangell before taking a ferry to Nanaimo and Victoria British Columbia where they spent two Days. Continuing to Sydney By bus the group went on to Anacortes Washington by ferry where they spent the next three Days sightseeing in Seattle and visiting the worlds fair. The Days returned to new York on the Northern Pacific Railroad arriving at their Oxford Home on sunday August 5. Mrs. Jacobi addresses Norwich Garden club mrs. Martin Jacobi of Norwich was the guest speaker thursday at a meeting of the Norwich Garden club held at the Home of mrs. Walter Sanford in Sherburne. Mrs. Jacobi gave an account of her recent trip to the Orient. Several Flower arrangements using japanese dolls were made by mrs. Carl Fribley. Co hostesses for the meeting were mrs. Carl Payne mrs. Joseph Forsythe and mrs. Ernest Violon. Goyiw Maddox serve attractive salads with Correct dressing Gaynor Maddox newspaper Enterprise Assn. Crinkly Garden greens and Bright tomatoes Call for just the right dressing. So do salads with slivers of meat fish or cheese As Well As those with potatoes or Macaroni Here Are two excellent dressings for those salads creamy French dressing yield approximately 3 cups 2 cups salad or Olive Oil u4 cup Catsup la cup cider vinegar 2 Tablespoons fresh Lemon juice i Small egg White i Teaspoon Salt i Teaspoon paprika i Teaspoon powdered Mustard Vuk Teaspoon ground Black Pepper Teaspoon instant minced onion a a Teaspoon garlic powder Combine All ingredients. Beat until creamy with a rotary beater. Old fashioned cooked salad dressing yield i cup 2 Tablespoons flour i egg i Teaspoon Salt i Teaspoon powdered Mustard 4 Teaspoons sugar 1/16 Teaspoon ground Black Pepper dash of ground Cayenne Pepper Combine first 6 ingredients a cup milk 2 Tablespoons butter or Margarine a cup cider vinegar add egg and beat Well. Stir in milk. Cook Over boiling water or Low heat until medium thickness stirring constantly. Stir in butter or Margarine and Ted a vinegar. Cook x minute. Norwich Smyrna bands join in concert to Honor Howard Bartlett Oxford a Howard Bartlett stopped at the Bida Home to say resident of the Bida convalescent a a hello before continuing to the Home in Oxford was honoured new York state women Relief on sunday afternoon when thirty j corps Home where they present two musicians of the Smyrna Citi de the second concert of the Zens band and the Norwich City afternoon for the members Reid band gathered on Washington j ing there. Park across the Street from the a Bida Home to present a concerti during the summer months we must take precautions against the drying effects of too much Sun on hair and skin. This girl left uses a conditioner daily to keep her hair soft and manageable. She has also used a temporary color rinse that washes out easily to blend in Sun streaks. Lipstick by Gaile Dugas pleasant but it can be hard on Nea women a editor your hair and skin. Summer living is casual and this is the time of year when dear Abby. A a you re not fair Honey Abigail Van Buren dear Abby my Mother died three years ago and my father remarried last month. Nobody could Ever take my mothers place but i was told i was getting a a a new Mother. I not Only did no to get a a a new Mother i lost my father too. His new wife sets up All sorts of rules and regulations to help me grow up and my father is on her Side. So dear Abby if you want to give Young people helpful advice when they get a a a new Mother or father Tell them the sooner they Start thinking of themselves As orphans the better off be. Fourteen and fed up dear fourteen your problem is a familiar one. When a child loses a Parent the remaining Parent frequently eases up on discipline out of sympathy. When a rules and regulations Are suddenly imposed again resentment follows. Your a a new Mother will never take the place of the one you lost but she is doing her Best to raise you give her a Chance. Dear Abby a Nephew of mine is being married soon. My husband and i were not invited to the wedding because of a family fight that took place two years ago. The wedding is being held in the Church we belong to. I say there is no reason Why we can to go to that Church and see the wedding. If they done to like it let them try to throw us out. Of course we go to the reception my husband says we should not go to the Church. I done to see Why we should stay away since ifs our Church. What do you think not invited dear not if you want to go to your Church to see the wedding a go. And if your husband wants to stay Home go without him. # dear Abby while cleaning my songs room i came across a of Glioma Jou i Jay Dytri carefully buy Yow Diomande confidently ii follows As the Day the night that when your jeweler is one of the highest integrity you can choose her precious Diamond with Complete peace of mind. Let us show you what we mean by Quot highest integrity Quot. Well Start by absolutely guaranteeing your satisfaction. Wag letter he had written to you dear Abby. He signed himself a still in i think you should know that a still in love was i born december 9, 1950. What is i the matter with children nowadays a still in love so Mother dear Mother dont be alarmed. Your Little boy is merely borrowing the romantic jargon of Modem times. A a nowadays a children Are not much different from yesterdays. Done to ridicule him. 1 dear Abby your correspondent Harry who would rather have a mule than a wife because the mule would bring in a few dollars sure bugged me. Call his j Bluff and Send him the mule Abby. Every jackass should have a mate. Leo unload your problem on Abby for a personal reply Send a self addressed stamped envelope to Abby care of this paper. For Abby a Booklet a How to have a Lovely wedding a Send 50 cents to Abby Box 3365, Beverly Hills Calif. Too plays an important role in keeping lips soft and moist. To highlight a Golden tan a new Coral peach Shade with Matching Nail polish Center is a perfect Choice. To counteract dryness from Sun and Salt water a fragrant Bath Oil in your daily tub right will leave skin smooth and delightful. Your hair conditioner is a a Best use it frequently at Home and ask for a treatment each time you visit your Beauty Salon. Whether you swim in a Pool or at the Seaside done to let the water stay in your hair. Get out the shampoo and use it As soon As you get Home from the Beach. Your lips too can become cracked and dry from the Sun but your lipstick will give them some Protection. Why not Combine precaution with fashion and choose a new Coral peach Shade that will highlight your tan after a Day outdoors you la derive twofold Benefit from a warm Bath into which you be dropped a capful of fragrant Bath Oil. Fashion Wool knit fashions Are Wise to City ways this year. They Are also casual Superb in their simplicity and dear to heart of the american woman. That classic White Tennis sweater with v neck that looks Good enough for Prince Philip has been copied As a Wool knit dress no less. The Wool knit coat dress goes on into fall in belted and unbelted versions. At 2 of clock. A Bart a a longtime member of both bands and formerly of the i Oxford citizens band had been i an Active member of the Smyrna and Norwich bands until his illness about ten months ago. The program under the direction of William Spang director of instrumental music at Norwich i included several marches and a Coronet Solo by Warren Evans. As a special feature of the pro-1 Gram the band played for the first time a a Salute to a Bart a written and arranged by Leland Benedict Norwich. Appearing with the band from Oxford were Ross Whittaker member and Richard Herfort director of instrumental music at Oxford Academy. At the completion of the 2 . J concert Many of a a Bart so friends i Olmstead to sales and service repairs on All makes phone 334-6324 Willcox real estate b. J. Fernalld Branch manager 3 Miles so. Of Norwich on re 12 Norwich n. Y. Phone 334-9011 smoke pipe and fittings Brightman a next to upper Bank the two piece Wool knit suit is a standby in the wardrobe of Many american women. This fall ifs done in a handsome Gray Heather Cardigan style with pocket piping in a Sharp Carrot color. Colors for autumn Wool knit fashions favor hammered Bronze Clay tempered brass earthy Browns Vintage reds and slate blues. Homemaking traditionally mothers Are supposed to look Forward to the opening of school eager to get the youngsters and Home life on a More stable routine. But much More is involved than mothers Joy. You done to drop the youngsters at the school door and wave Goodby. You Register them. Sometime in june a list of instructions was sent of what will be required to get them Back in school. That a the easiest list to mislay you done to remember Ever seeing a few hours at desk and Telephone can accomplish wonders. Indispensable is the list of needed school supplies and special clothing. Many of these Are relatively Staple items and Many Are also on Sale before school. Save time by shopping such supplies my phone. In i Fenk i it guard with Complete fire Protection for All types of fire insurance coverage s66 us a a a a Kroeger insurance Agency 41 South Broad St. Phone 334-224 you should have no worries Aslo no As Voo Are insured with the Nash Spicer Agency inc. Now is the Ideal time la s. Broad pm. 334-6134 it my in Elf $100 a a oohs eur cuts on Ussai Corner Pine and Fayette its. Binghamton n. Y. Oxford inn special $1.25 plate for the week served Only in the cocktail lounge 5 to 8 p. M. Closed monday tuesday soup baked Ham scalloped potato vegetable dessert and Coffee wednesday soup Lamb Stew salad dessert and Coffee thursday soup Swiss Steak potato vegetable dessert and Coffee Friday soup sea food a Gratin on Toast French Fries vegetable dessert and Coffee saturday soup roast pork and dressing mashed potato Apple sauce dessert and Coffee regular 1.25 salad plate. For the thinking woman to buy Winter Coats everything in the latest. Fashions is especially priced the distinctions of Carol Annas Coats Are magnificent in themselves. Full straight Cape shaped and Back to school fashions. Luxuriant imported and american worsted faille boules tweeds and fleeces. In All the exciting fall colors. Now these latest fashions Are at tremendous savings. Carol Ann is extending a to o discount on All Winter Coats. Just a Small Token Deposit will keep your fashionable coat on Lay a Way. Choose your favorite style today. While your car is parked in our lot behind the store. Carol Ann Norwich new York a just say charge it a the fifth Avenue shop of Chenango county

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