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Page 4_ : ' NEWS-BANNER- -Apr. 22, 1976 Interest To Women Exciting New Addition Each Week To This Newspaper For Your Reading ent Cast Members Ren'-ean0000 For Amnti Production Of '1776' ..::...::.:.:.:`:.::.:.:..:.:..:.:.:.:.J.p;.;:...:..;...:.;......:..M.:.?..%?.::.:.:.:.:$:::MMM:::::;:( , "'. " -'." ;.;.='..;...-.'.1.e-:...-:.'-'..'..:::." ".'::':':':-.':'.':':':'-:.:.%:.': -""" ".-'. "." v.:.:,'.',Y.'.:-:.'.-:%.'.:.:.:.:v:.::..'.:..:.:.".'.:., 2.:$%..,:;::.:.....z:.z.................... r. 9:;':.:... ;.. . ...................... !: The Cooknng Corner by Lucy Alexander More summer refreshers, Gazpacho as promised. One of the 2 cloves of garlic all-time favorites for warm 4 tomatoes weather is Gazpacho, a 2 medium onions, chopped delightful soup of Spanish 2 green peppers, seeded origin. 2 cucumbers If you don't already have 1/4 cup white wine an electric blender, this 1/4 tsp. salt recipe is delicious enough to Dash of cayenne pepper warrant buying one. Happily 3/4 cup of tomato juice it will keep several days in 1/4 cup olive oil the refrigerator. Do NOT try. 1 tbsp. white vinegar to freeze it unless you have a thing for tomato slush. (The 2 tbsp margarine voice of experience--it hap- 1 cup croutons pened to me several years In electric blender com- ago at a disaster of a dinner bine garlic cloves, peeled party I was giving for 12 tomatoes, one onion, one people!) green pepper, one peeled Combined with a steak cucumber. Add the next six and croutons. For avocado lovers, here's my favorite--be sure to chill before serving Avocado Jaiapeno Dip 3 avocados, mashed t tap. onion juice 2 tap. jalalpeno juice 1 tbsp. lemon juice 1 tap. minced jaiapeno Dash worcestershire sauce Salt to taste Freshly cracked black pepper Place all ingredients in bowl and mix well. Place an avocado seed in the dip until serving time to retain color. Serve with Fritos or Doritos. Avanti Rehearsing For Musical, '1776' Members of the Avanti Society are continuing night- ly rehearsals for the up- coming production of the musical "1776". With the' performance dates moved up from the last weekend in July to the weekends of the 9th and 10th as well as the 16th and 17th, the need for faithful practice has taken on an even greater impor s- tance, noted several mem- bers. "The people who have been cast for the play are probably the best that could have come from this area," said producer Martha Bram- blitt. "They are working 'every spare minute on their parts." Don Ray and Aliene Har- ris are co-directors for the production. Both have voiced optimism that the musical will be the largest and most successful produc- tion ever performed by a local group in the lake area. Choreography for the musical will be under the direction of Liz Thompson. Miss Thompson is a dance instructor in Athens. Car- olyn Tool and Marilyn Cox are music directors with Mrs. Tool teaching the char- actors the words and tunes to their songs while Mrs. Cox accompanys on piano. Loretta Taylor is in charge of lighting for the produc- tion. Also assisting her will be Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Skinner who recently retired from show business and moved into the lake area as well as Mrs. Shirley Smith, a Mabank High School teacher and the lighting director for "Curse You, Jack Dalton." Stage settings' are already being worked on by Dale Harrill and Dugan Beets. Mrs. Bramblitt also noted that Supt. M.R. Parrish has given permission for almost unlimited use of the elemen- tary school auditorium for rehearsals. "It is indeed a pleasure working with so many co- operative people," said Mrs. Bramblitt. "We all knew when we began this produc- tion that it would take much co-operation on everyone's part to ever even begin. So far we have had this." The cast is currently attempting to round up authentic props such as inkwells, quills, clay pipes, metal mugs, powder horns, and electric lamps. Also needed is a violin and case. Persons having such articles who would not mind letting the group use them are asked to contact Mrs. Bram- and corn on the cob, cooked ingredients, reserving mar- on the grill in the back yard, garine and croutons. Chill Gazpacho will make a meal well, brown croutons in memorable and the cook will margarine. Serve in soup be able to enjoy it, cooly, plates, garnished with re- calmly, and comfortably, maining chopped vegetables FARMERS & RANCHERS SUPPLY FEED.SEED-FERTILIZE R Call Collect 214.396-2881 or 396-2282 CUSTOM FERTILIZER SPREADING Kenneth Lewi West Hwy. 31 Owner Kerens. Texas Since the death of my husband, W.R. [Bill Shelton, Our Business has and will continue operating as in the past with the same quality eggs and service. Your business is as always appreciated. Peggy Shelton SHELTON EGG RANCH Route 1, Box 45A lessee Colony, Tex. :::::::: ::::::: :::::: :: :'.:::: ::: :::::::::::::::::: ::: ::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::: :::!:!:::'.::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: the jeweler's wife By Martha Williams Diamond Pricing-Color Part II purchased. He can now establish the category into which a stone falls. Bases on this, and considering the imperfection grade and weight, he can then accurately establish the price of a diamond. Mounted goods can also be examined in this manner although the mounting may have to be masked off to be sure the diamond is not drawing color from it. Mounted goods cannot be as accurately graded as unmounted goods. Based on this article and the three previous ones, one should began to understand that diamonds are based pricewise on desirability and rarity. The further from ideal a diamond departs, the less it costs. It is not necessary to strive for perfection in a diamond. You should how- ever know where costs vary and why. A diamond of very The average person seek- ing to purchase a diamond l/as heard of possible two diamond colors. Everyone has heard of blue white and the majority have heard that a diamond can be yellow. The average person also realizes there is some connection between color and price so strives to buy a diamond he believes is of good color. Way back before the earth cooled, laws were sketchy and unenforced. Con- sequently some jewelers claimed all their goods were 'blue white'. After all who was to tell their customer different? And besides this, it made their customer very. happy to believe he had the finest money could buy. As a matter of fact my parents gave me a diamond for high school graduation which I firmly believed to be blue blitt at 887-3086 or write her at Route 3, Mabank, Tx. 75147. "All the costumes will be authentic from head to foot," said Mrs. Bramblett. "Each charctor is respon- sible for getting his own made, but if anyone as anything they think couldbe used, they are asked to let the cast know." She stressed that people are still needed for the various jobs which will spring up, and that these persons should not feel that theirs is an unimportant role in the production. "There are so many people already involved in the pro- duction, and there will be many names appearing soon for special jobs," she said. "This is the purpose of these productions-- to get people involved." And so work continues towards the ninth and tenth and the following weekend when John Hancock will call the 380th Congress meeting to order in Mabank Elemen- tary School auditorium. CCLW To Meet Cedar Creek Lake Wo- men's Club will hold its regular monthly meeting Tuesday, April 27, at 11:30 a.m. at the Cedar Creek Country. Club. The program will be a book review by Joy Davis of Dallas. Reserva- See 'n' Tell By Lois Williams No matter what these modern weathermen with their fancy scientific equip- ment say, it seems to me that the old timey methods of weather predictions turn out to be true more often then not. My father, who grew up in the Tennessee mountains, always had ,he spring cold spells figured almost to the day. He said his corn-cob-pipe-smoking granny taught him the old folklore ways. Every spring, soon after winter falters the first time and allows the sun to warm the earth enough to coax the bulb plants like crocus, daffodils and narcissis to present their pretty faces to an admiring world, another cold snap arrives and the dogwoods bloom. The oldsters approp- riately call it "Dogwood Winter". These same wise folks will also assure you that you can bet on "Easter Winter" arriving in time to ruin your new Easter bonnet It'll warm up again, but don't relax because there's still "Blackberry Winter" to come. You watch, during the next cold wave you'll notice the blackberry bushes all dressed up in creamy white blossoms. Dispite the weather, I ventured forth to see if I could find an Easter Bunny to interview. I found a pair of fluffy white fellows grooming their long ears at the new Fin and Feather Pet Shop in Seven Points. Joann Vossler of Paradise Bay recently opened this shop in the building where Pillars Fashions Plus used to be. It's located on Highway 274 between the Food Fare and Dardens Tl"uck Center. Besides Easter rabbits, Joann had hamsters, tropical fish and four cute German Shepherd puppies for sale. She carries a good line of pet foods and other supplies and says she hopes to have kittens, birds and a larger selection of puppies very sn. ' There's : n' "several changes in our business community recently. Arnold Hills residents, Tommy and Mary Frances Bryant have opened a Real Estate office in the spot that Tommy D's Western Store formerly occupied in the Food Fare Center and Maxine German is moving her popular The Framers Daughter business from the B & J Center in Seven Points to Gun Barrel City where she'll occupy larger quarters and neighbor with Pat McCord's P & J Pants Inc. and Marge and Moury Waiter's M & M Discount Fashions. She'll find her new neighbors to be fine folks. I stopped in to eyeball the fashion goodies on sale in the M & M Fashion shop last Saturday and found it swarming with enthusiastic ladies choosing all kinds of spring and summer pretties to brighten up their wardrobes. Just next door the guys were finding nice suits, shirts and pants in the P & J Pants store. It's a busy spot and grows more popular every day. The Framers Daughter will feel right at home there. From Gun Barrel City I just had to drive on over to Pavne Springs where The Listen At 'Em CB Club was holding it's first annual Coffee Break in the Community Center. We are not CB'ers but we are surrounded by neighbors who are and I'm rapidly picking up some of their colorful vocabulary and learning to admire their helpful ways. The Cedar Creek Lake "Listen At 'Era" club was organized in January 1975 and now has some 250 active members. They not only have a lot of fun and stand ready to aid each other in any way they can, but also maintain a Relief Fund to help area citizens who suffer tunes due to fires, floods disasters, al$ the Stewart that comes to Points Gibson's every three are just who do something talk about community and fellow citizens. During my visit Payne Springs I discovered that them prefer to be their handles {( Names). That's how "Honey Bee". Secretary of the also the XYL {Wife Beavel", who is President. 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