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NEWS- BANNER- June 10, 1976 ] Excidng New Addition Each We To Thb Newspaper For Your Enyment .,. ;:::::;::::;:::::::;:;:ii SALE PRICES Copking Corner Thursday, Secretary-Treasurer Ruth Puckett administered the oath of office with charming ceremony to in-coming Presi- dent Nita Donaldson, Vice President Inez White, Secre- tary-Treasurer Dorothy Duckworth and Correspond- ing Secretary Reba Boyd. Out-going Presiden Bar- bara Brundidge thanked the officers who served with her during the 1975-76 term by presenting them with original gifts of small oval plaques decorated with nostalgic prints and small wire easels on which to display the pretty things. Clever Barbara created these craft treasures herself by using a process called trans- printing. It&apos;s fascinating. A day like that puts a silver lining in any dark day. It won't cure your problem plumbing but it makes it easier to live with. Thanks gals, I needed that. Owens Named Director Of ,Cardettes Pamela Sue Owens has been employed by HeRder - son County Junior College as Director of Cardettes and instructor in the Fine Arts Division. Miss Owens graduated from Mineola High School hexe she was a member of the band and a maj0rette: She graduated from Tyler Junior College where she was a member of the Apache Belles and the Singing Apaches. While attending TJC she performed in principle rolls in the musicals Helto Dolly and Mame. She received the Bachelors Degree in Fine Arts from Stephen F. Austin State University where she took part in dramatic and musical productions. Miss Owens comes to Henderson County Junior College from Chapel Hill where she served as Drill Team Director and instructor in speech and drama. She holds membership in Zeta Phi Omega, Alpha Psi Omega and Kappa Delta Pi. Canning Tomatoes Certain conditions reduce the acid content of tomatoes, and these must be taken into consideration when canning, points out a food technolo- gist for the Texas Agricul- tural Extension Service. Over-maturity and excessive rainfall followed by high temperatures decrease the acid content of tomatoes. not treat your guests to a delightfully different appe- tizer like Hamlets? Served piping hot from the oven. Hamlets are ham wrapped appetizers filled with either a savory mushroom rice blend or with broght asparagus spears and Swiss cheese strips. Preparation for the Hamlets is simplified by using helpers from the free- zer like frozen long grain white and wild rice and frozen cut asparagus spears in butter sauce. These frozen prepared vegetables in the stay-perfect pouch will shorten the preparation. Topping the Hamlets is a bubbly, sherry flavored cheese sauce, garnished with a sprinkling of almonds. HAMLETS 1 12 ounce package frozen long grain white and wild rice 1 9 ounce package cut asparagus spears frozen in butter sauce 1 2 ounce jar sliced mushrooms, drained 3 8 ounce packages cooked ham slices 1 package Swiss cheese slices, cut in 24 strips / cup slivered almonds Cook rice and asparagus according to package direc- tions. Slice ham lengthwise to form two long strips. Place rice in a bowl, add mushrooms and fluff with a fork. Place a generous spoon- ful of the rice mixture on one end of half the ham slices. Roll up and place seamside down on a 13x9 inch shallow baking dish, leaving room for the Asparagus-Cheese Hamlets. Asparagus-Cheese Filling Slit asparagus pouch and drain the butter sauce into a small saucepan; set aside for cheese sauce. Place a strip of cheese on each of the remain- ing ham slices and place several cuts of asparagus at one end of each. Roll up and place seam-side down in the pan with the mushroom rice Hamlets. Cheese-Sauce Add one l l ounce can condensed Cheddar cheese soup,  cup sherry and 4 teaspoon salt to the butter sauce in the small saucepan; blend together until smooth. Heat through. Pour % to % of the cheese sauce over the Hamlets to coat them; sprinkle with almonds: cover loosely with aluminum foil and bake in a preheated 350  F. oven for 15 to 20 minutes or until heated through. Serve with the remaining cheese sauce. Makes 48 appetizers. By Lois Williams the jeweler's By Martha Williams :  Have you ever heard the expression "She has a face that'd stop a clock!"? Probably everyone has. Of course it isn't possible for a clock to stop by the presence of any person no matter what their physical attri- butes might be. A watch is a mechanical instrument and is not ever affected by unseen body elements. It is strange that other- wise well informed people adhere to this belief. Hardly a day goes by in any jewelry shop that a customer does not say "I simply cannot wear watches. I have too much body magnetism and they stop on me." Or "It runs fine on anyone else but when I put it on, it stops." Many times a customer will say "How do you explain that?" Well it isn't always easy but there is always a reasonable expla- nation. It isn't possible for body magnetism to alter the operation of a watch under any circumstances. Reasons for watches stopping on some people (but not on It started when I casually mentioned that my kitchen sink was slightly consti- pateci, and n ,eed a dose of Drano. That s a challenge my live-in handy man couldn't resist, so he grab- bed his plumber's friend and vigorously tried to speed up the lazy drain. That did it! The thing closed it's throat completely, and spewed up all over the kitchen floor. A generous slug of that pro- duct that advertises it speeds right through water straight to the clog simply produced a sink full of a seething liquid that eats the skin off your hands. So much for "Just pour it in and it works"! Initial efforts to find a plumber to come perform his magic produced pseudo- sympathy and vague promises but no action. {Curses on them, may a diseased camel regurgitate on their rata-rooter!) That left nothing to do but try the do-it-yourself route and that compounded the woe. Good neighbor, " "Ox" Key, lent a hand and several on-lookers offered advice, tools and commiseration, but the sink sulked for two days. They dug up the back yard, pumped out the septic tank, installed a new section of pipe and crawled under the house to see if the answer to the plumbing puzzle was hidden there but the drain just burped and stubbornly it's grip on tb plug, :JuSt' before' w decided to take a sledge hammer to the whole she- bang, a  plumber agreed to come do his thing and I hope my tchen is back to normal by the time this is printed. Hand washing dishes in the bathroom basin is not my idea of a real fun way to spend these sweet June days. However, there's always a sliver lining. For one thing a semi-operative kitchen means a minimum of cook- ing chores and a real good excuse to go out and sample the fare of local eateries. On one of those awful two days, while my hard working amateur plumber stayed : home and coped with the faulty drain, I was lucky enough to share a delightful luncheon with the members of The Enchanted Ladies Club of Enchanted Oaks. Old friend Patsy Smith invites me to visit these charming ladies frequently anti I'm glad because they always serve mighty tasty food and treat guests like visiting royalty. This time the occasion was the installation of new officers and out-going Has A New Address Moved To Hwy. 90 S. Next Door To Williams Drive Inn Introducing Our New Book "BORN AGAIN" by Charles W. Colson Nixon's Hatchet Man In Watergate Cover Up "FOREVER MY LOVE" What Even/Man Should Know About His Wife A Book For The Husband. others} are far too numerous to name. The chief reason for watch stoppage and erratic time keeping is improper winding. The average person is afraid to wind a watch to the end of he spring, consequently it will not run on full power and the watch will tend to gain, then loose and finally stop. Don't be afraid of over- winding your watch. It is best to wind the watch {fully) each morning so it can run on full power all day during wear. An automatic watch nmst be worn 8 to 12 hours to assure it will continue to run if removed at night. For these reasons electric watches were readily accepted. The battery drived the watch and there is no problem with winding. If it is removed, it goes on running. Another reason for stop- page fin some cases) is the method of wearing a watch. One watchmaker had a problem watch which ran on the mother but would con- sistently stop when placed on the daughter's arm. After much checking, he noticed the mother wore the watch loosely but the daughter strapped the band down so tightly, pressure was put against the thin gold case back and the watch stopped. There is nothing mysLer- ious about a watch. It is mechanical just like a car, washing machine, toaster, refrigerator or any other equipment. There is no 'hocus-pocus' about it. A person can be very person- able and exhibit a magnetic personality....but never, never enough magnetism to stop a watch!!! ! it were i I warm ] enough for a I swimsuit I from I SHARON'S SPORTSWEAR Thursday, June 17 INTRODUCING OUR NEW PATIO PLANTER POTS These Are Large Pots in R $z49 S1'7 Many Pretty Colors NOW HANGING BASKET BONANZA Fuschia Creeping Charlie Sprengirifern, Swedish Ivy Airplane Plants, Artillery Fern, Impatiens Basket Fertilife Potting Soil 40 Lb. Bag NOW S249 Reg. 3 ' / "Don't Miss 4 Lb. 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Chinese Holly Nandinas Reg. $1.95 FICUS BENJAMINA BOSTON FERN 18" IVY TOTEM POLES DRACENAS ll Varieties) RUBBER TREES DEFENBACIA  Varie.s): Reg. $6.99 $99 Reg. $5.99 NOW II NOW S39900 M 21 3 Cayuga Rd. Athens 675-4402 Dallas ! <::: X Coricana McGee a Nurser r. ,ow ' 1 co '3 TO TO Tyler Canton .w 'Hurry, Hurry / o ..son,,, Buzz on DoWt; For These Large Selction OF Sheet Music 8 a.m.- 9 p.m. Man.- Sat. 451-3927 TO Palestine