Port Angeles Evening News in Port-Angeles, Washington
25 Jan 1972

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25 Jan 1972

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Port Angeles Evening News (Newspaper) - January 25, 1972, Port Angeles, Washington 2evening port 1972 engaged and Ray Erdmann announce the engagement of their daughter Brenda to Ray he is the son of and James the Young couple plans an Early Spring wedding studio symphony plans conning program the port Angeles symphony will present another concert the evening of two soloists will be Rosemary Brauninger will perform the Mozart piano concerto 25 in Linda Hart will present the cello concerto in d minor composed by edouard a Frenchman of Spanish an this ancestry is reflected in Lalos works including the cello miss Hart is a student at the University of Washington and is principal cellist with the University the symphony will be spot lighted in the overture the quoting women by the associated press some quotable quotes from women during the week unlike other belly dancing is to do you have to put on a different like holding up a in basically a shy Carolyn opening a belly dancer school in this helps Australia Over a critical time and helps the teachers put that education to Good education is Exall the More reason a teacher should not Check out groceries in a super Clarie Peder who helped arrange flights of jobless american teachers to Australia to fill a shortage of High school i believe that what is at Issue for us is a Clear constitutional does the president have the authority under the Constitution to pick and choose which sections of the Law he will obey and which he will Bella urging Congress to censure Nixon for not setting an Indochina troop withdrawal people say they love their dogs and they hate the Dogcart but then they dont want the responsibility of their Ani and they just dump them out on the or they let them run Loose and get or they move away and leave them to Albuquerque Only female dog marriage of Figaro also by this piece is considered to be the finest example of an opera overture Ever written As it to near the elements which characterize the concert time is at the High school summer fashions come out Paris a the summer fashion season began in French salons and one thing seemed Clear women will soon be showing legs Atlo who showed this the mini is from a demure three inches above the knee to a More pro Vocative three inches below the with it go sheer stockings and very High topless Black or red to make More of a Good Feraud is thinking in Black and White for As a contrast his models wore red red hair and even red eyeliner to match wide sashes wrapped around the As this designer is torn Between and in his usually contradictory images of his collection was split almost entirely into Black and with some pleasing attempts to reconciling the two White is for Little schoolgirl with trucks and White lace anywhere from hem to his sweater dresses even trailed White Wool Black is for Satin and Shantung and Slinky skirts that outline and underline the but the prettiest clothes mixed As in a Black Kimono Over Black Satin when rolled the cuffs and sleeves showed who also showed to is As Ever a tailors As his Coats Are immaculately welted and Bil lowing out at a Long jackets in Bright Orange or yellow or Over straight White just the thing for a millionaires wife to go marketing with Saddle of but Venet slipped up on his favorite Motif for worst thing the government Ever did was close the Community the children up Here used to really learn some and there was they didst dare mess around at school because they knew the teacher stand for it and their folks i Willard at runs her own farm near i hate it when people say women sound so its Worth taking a Little extra time to say the whole Susan editor and publisher of the the some species of Mistletoe Are found in Tropic and temperate zones on All continents except in 1949 the Spanish govern ment placed about castles under state birthday daughter of and Mike is five years old and Tom Martin Are grand couple married in Church baskets of Bellow Gladioli and carnations decorated the Sanctuary of holy Trinity lutheran Church 15 for the wedding of Diana Lee Howe and William Henry Laverne Nelsen per formed the double ring service in the presence of 40 among them were the bridegrooms aunt and and Roy Hale of the Bride is the daughter of and and George Vanover Schelde of the bridegrooms Given in marriage by her father the Bride wore a gown of White lace and carried a bouquet of yellow Polla Howe was her Sisters maid of she wore a yellow gown of lace and Gary Baxter of fort Lewis was Best the brides Monty the Mother of the bridegroom wore an Orchid dress and the Mother of the Bride wore a Brown both mothers had Gardenia a reception followed at the fireside room in the miss Madiline Olsen and Robert Saenz miss Cherie Howe Cut her nieces wedding miss Karen Turner of Olympia had charge of the guest following a wedding trip to Seattle the newlyweds Are at Home at personal John Jack Wilder of 1119 race underwent surgery at olympic memorial Hospital monday and is getting along Wilder he would like to hear from his Wilder today4 Carnill won win editor Fanity questionnaires list concert preferences and William Henry Klejment she is a graduate of port Angeles High school and is a her husband at tended Dixie Hollins school at and is now serving in the army air the Community concerts association gave the audience at the last concert an Opportunity to voice their preference in kinds of attractions included in each years local president Stanley Knapp took the 264 questionnaires turned in at the Berkshire chamber concert and tabulated the he May be a guide for the Board in selecting future con in order of preference the voters named choral groups followed closely by classic from then on in descending order Are modern chamber cello and Knapp feels the questionnaire May not Tell the whole picture of audience preference As there was an exceptionally Small turnout for the last concert due to the flu in this a different audience might express different says it seems to me a Good idea to run More than one of these samplings to get a More Complete review of local there Are Many More than one Way to add up a quiz so Knapp decided to tally his up considering the 3 vote this time classic Ballet was the first Choice it tied with modern dance for second place and organist placed pianist is third As a first duo pianist is and chamber music on Down the list of first Choice placing Are modern violinist tying with opera and Knapp plans to evaluate future questionnaires and let members know How they come the individual comments on preference were too numerous to list but the Field was wide and Many cancelled each other one that might be considered As a possibility by the Board is a request to Start evening con certs at 8 instead of the traditional the questionnaire results will serve As guides in making selections for future says foresters regard Mistletoe As a dangerous pest whose pro Gress can be checked Only by cutting Down infested Cologne and Amsterdam Are All nearer London than Glasgow or antique monthly started As Hobby grows into giant in the Industry open today 2 to 9 Ivl tues thru Shower steam Bath couple Crystal is a it started in advanced to the bedroom and wound up in the Dens of about the but history of an infant antique born of a nourished by enthusiasm and reared by hard work until at age four its the big boy on its a giant of the Mother of the enormously successful Enterprise is Gray wife of newspaper publisher James always a she combined her husbands publishing know and a few of his with an equal measure of love for a flair for a Way with people and a sense of and mixed and served the it All started on a Kitchen table in where Boone was publisher of the news i told Jim i wanted to put out a newspaper on Boone so we sat at the Kitchen table and he would Tell me How Many pages i would have to Type to fill the space in the it took three nights at the table to put together the first Small it was distributed locally to about persons who admits he didst think his wife paper would Blossom into an internationally distributed 69page monthly with told her hed go along with it provided she did two things consult a lawyer and a Public accountant and follow their the first edition caught advertising came in and the whole operation became so big it had to be moved to a spare when Boone became publisher of the Tuscaloosa the antique paper came and was set up in another spare in december of circulation was in May of 71 it had doubled to and in september it was up to the staff of six full time and six Par time employees left the bedroom two years ago for a modern new building across the parking lot from Boones it has its own press and circulation the offices Are panelled and furnished with and Boone has very Little time to but that no problem contributors from across the nation and around the world handle there is plenty of variety with news and Book the family always comes says an at energetic woman with a big smile and Zippy Way about we have a housekeeper but i spend much time at the Boones have three children 11 and Mary her interest in Antiques began very Boone a native of near she spent the sum mers with a relative in who had a big old House and love for that interest grew with when we were first married our Home was Early Boone the antique business is booming she she attributes it to a trend toward conservatism and appreciation of Early America a revival of old fashioned Antiques Are a key to a our forefathers were not All Paul for was an artist and a Silver Thomas Jefferson designed he built a bed in the Wall because it took up too much room sitting in the he was very tall and had so he designed a standup Boone admits the publications Success was a Shock and had she known what it was to and the work it would have never crossed her Kitchen its a real we owe it to hard competent advice and Good she beaming at the latest to each puppetry school children interested in making puppets and putting on shows Are invited to the class at the City Library wednesdays at Roger Allin and Hollis Avery will conduct the puppet making classes at the childrens department each week for All who want to learn last week More than 50 boys and girls attended a Story hour which served As an introduction to puppetry and the teachers plan to schedule other fun activities in the afternoon morning Coffee cinnamon twists Coffee cinnamon twists easy to prepare 2 Tablespoons sugar Teaspoon cinnamon cup finely chopped walnuts or pecans 1 can refrigerator biscuits 2 Tablespoons melted on Wax paper mix together the sugar and cinnamon add nuts and mix pull each biscuit so it is about 6 inches dip each biscuit in the then in the sugar mix Ture place on an in greased cookie bake in a preheated 475 degree oven for about 8 port Angeles evening news published afternoons monday through Friday and on sunday morning at 305 first port Telephone 452 second class postage is paid at port suggested subscription rates by Junior dealer and motor routes per month by mail in Hallam and Jefferson counties per Sio six three elsewhere in come aboard Canadian National cruise liner is Prince George 9 Days 8 nights sailing april 26 cruise Beautiful alaskan inside passage As Low As per person 2 to a stateroom includes outside stateroom All meals aboard ship finest cuisine transportation to Vancouver from port Angeles and sponsored by Peninsula travel club for information and folder phone 4529034 or Box 945 fill the schoo lunchroom with s arrange display old publicity stills and newspaper clippings of the Griffith Era will be on display at Peninsula College in conjunction with the showing of the classic film Way Down East at 8 from arranging the exhibit Are Noel William Cheryl Dederick and Claudia Spring styles from Valentino Rome a the italian designer who counts first and shows concluded the showings of Spring and summer collections thursday night with a resounding affirmation of delicate but not for eve Ning he other designers had similar when they they widened trouser legs to the fullness of the novelties in the collections included Low shouldered Coats with sleeves that were of ten Cut in one piece with the ruffles on Boa dresses and sleeves flourished in the Many designers placed them vertically to run the length of the pleats and lace added froth iness to the As lengths settled on the knee for daytime designers flared sometimes to a full there were not Many but pleated skirts and blouses or shirtwaist dresses found a place in most collect these were on the whole More feminine but also More indicating that de signers looked for commercial As prices Rose along with labor buyers appeared to be some of the lesser known fashion houses seemed to feel the and six of them cancelled their a number of following an agreement with textile firms to boost the used the same this gave a touch of Monotony to their Mila Schoen and a few others continued to use exclusive materials and Valentino launched printed tulle for evening and Mila Schoen worked Fine lace designs into both encrusted their double faced Wool Coats with knitted waistlines and for the Valentino printed roses and Flower sprays on Light flowing dresses and wrapped ground length veils of Matching fabric on the models As a sort of for reasons of Ca Pucci used natural Bamboo and pebbles for necklines and sleeve raffia and even sackcloth for t Standard havea m with any gasoline Purchase pick up your free pack of 10two weeks of smiles for school now at participating Standard stations and Chevron and when you run dont let the smiles Stop come Back and pick up another 10pack of Happy Day lunch at the sign of the is Chevron dealers

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