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/ Nov. 20 1975- MALAKOFF NEWS- Page 9 "''''''''" Women ,gAd4fln 1 This Newspaper Fr Yur Reading Enlyment     Om.    '0 the wife Fashion Tips Part 1 three basic types outlines: Oval, thin The most desirable shape is considered to so all jewelry and should be chosen this in mind. Special should be given to which enhance the I outline. A choker makes seem broader and the fuller. This tendency: with larger beads. therefore are easily by women having thin and necks. If there are on the neck one to hide, it is better to as chokers tend to attention to the very woman wishes to hide. worn with suffi- length to draw attention from the neck is a good oval outlire should wear such necklaces. For others, longer necklaces, chains or multi- strand small beads are more desirable. Earrings tend to add interest to the face and personality to the wearer. If properly worn they can accen- tuate the good features of the eyes, hair and complexion by virtue of their color and shape. Large outton or hoop earrings add an exessive width to an already broad face. A woman who has a round face should avoid any- thing which tends to increase the width of her face including round eye glasses, bangs or round collars. Earrings worn close to the head, especially those of oval or rectangular oval face is accentuated moderately short neck- only women with an Lake Women's Club Displays Handiwork Talented ladies from Kemp, Mabank, and Cedar Creek Lake subdivisions displayed their handiwork at the monthly meeting of the Cedar Creek Lake Women's Club Tuesday at the Cedar Creek Lake Country Club. Members had a buffet lunch, followed by a short business meeting, and then adjourned to the back porch of the club where hand- crafts, Christmas ornaments, dolls, needlework, paintings and quilts were shown. A Christmas gift exchange will be held at the next Women's Club meeting, Dec. 16, with a $2 limit on each gift. Members will also collect. gifts to be given to residents of nursing homes in Mabank, Kemp, and Maalakoff. Helen Teubner, special projects chairman, announced that gifts are needed for 138 women and 48 men. Sug- gested gift items are soap, shampoo, combs, toilet arti- cles of all kinds, and white sox for men. A special request from the Mahank Nursing MARY DAILEY of Kemp, with one of a group of Three Wise Men that she made from sheet fabric, was an exhibitor Avanti Directors Chosen shapes add very little width and some length to the face. 'Dangle' or 'drop-type' earrings which extend beyond the chin add width to the face and figure. These types can only be worn tastefully by tall, slender women. Home is for pre-school puzzles, Mrs. Teubner said. Jan Thorpe of Key Ranch Estates and Pat Atteberry of Star Harbor were in charge of the table decorations which were arrangements of dried and painted tumble weeds on each table. : .'j nome unday (except for church). Postpone long trip until Monday. You need to exercise self restraint and descipline this week. Don't look for new worlds to conquer. VIRGO IAug. 24-Sept. 231 Get involved in some worth- while project in your com- munity. You have a need to serve and your help will be valuable to any group. Wednesday is goo d day to make contact with others. LIBRA {Sept. 24-Oct. 23) Money problems chief con- cern...aspects good for making workable budget. Relative may be short of money and ask you for help on Saturday. SCORPIO {Oct. 24-Nov. 22) Possible trouble from in-laws Monday. A misunderstan- ding? You have tendency to be blunt, so avoid rash remark to family member. Friday may bring contact or letter from foreign country. SAGGITARIUS {Nov. 23- Dec. 21) You're accident prone Thursday and Friday. Take extra caution. Impor- tant communication reaches you early next week. Old conflict may be resolved. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan 20t You're restless and impatient this week. Watch unusual impulse on Friday. Unusual opportunity could turn up first of week. Be thoughtful about motives of person involved. AQUARIUS {Jan. 21-Feb. 19) You feel misunderstood because of communication problem with others. Someone gets credit for your work, creating resentment. Monday sees change, in attitude of close friend or family member. PICES {Feb. 20-Mar. 20) Frustration this week ends with good aspect Monday. Recognition comes for job well done. Problem with mate is resolved Wednesday. Competitive instinct strong all week. Astrologers Notebook Bennett sun enters Saggitarius '. 23 this year and remains Dec. 23. All babies between those dates are under the sign of the and will probably from the effects of own arrows than anyone as they go through life. happy souls, so inevitably find the lining in every cloud. itarians are generally with hoof in mouth having a compulsioh the horrible truth about shortcomings. They however, as eager to about their own faults. a friend, hurt over criticism {for own good of coursel, with similar 58" $5.98 yd. rib Corduroy 45" $2.79 [ Washable] $5.98 yd. Butterick, McCalls and Simplicity Patterns SELECTION OF ALL TYPES OF MATERIAL for Christmas Craft Books FABRIC 274 S. Seven Points "432-3628 criticism, the archers general reaction is a bewildered, "Who me?" Jupiter influenced, Saggi- tarians are happy and ex- pansive and determined that everyone else will be happy, too. Some of them are unbear- ably Pollyannlsh, but gen- erally they are loved and treasured by their friends and families for their warmth, enthusiasm, loyalty, and genuine friendliness. Many Saggitarians seem unorthodox and unconven- tional but have strong respect for establishment values and traditions and expect their, friends and families to con- form to accepted patterns of behaviour. It's "Do as I say, not as I do," with Saggi- tarians. ARIES {Mar. 21-Apr. 20) Watch your temper and your tongue this week, especially on Friday. Family affairs accented through 27th. Don't be too critical. TAURUS {Apr. 21-May 21) Good week for bargains. Watch newspaper for sales and do your Christmas shopping. Concern for older person develops Monday -- perhaps a visit to nursing home. GEMINI (May 22-June 21) Sunday is critical day. Use caution in personal relation- ships. Emphasis is on money this week. You may find way to supplement income. CANCER (June 22-July 23) Monday is. good day for investments. Creative cycle is high all week, especially on Monday. You are inspired to finish long postponed project. LEO (July 24-Aug. 23} Stay for the holidays fashions HNY. 3 | MALAKOFF. TEXAS Give Blood Saturday Members of the Avanti Society chose the group's board of directors during their meeting Monday night. Directors chosen include A.R. Beets, Mrs. Oleta Cates, Mrs. Jane Dunlap, Mrs. Alen Gibbs, D.C. Gibbs, William C. Manning, Don Ray and Eu- gene Teague. Length of the term of office has not yet been decided, according to Don Ray, presi- dent. Ray added that the terms are likely to be stag- gered when they are assessed. Members voted unani- mously to incorporate the society to facilitate the ob- ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: "Why this feeling, why this glow?" go the lyr!cs of a popular song of a few years back. This time of year I get the urge. to add, "Cause old Santa's due to say hello" when the tune gets caught in the cogs of my brain and repeats -- repeats -- repeats like a broken record. That feeling has been driving me out of the house almost daily, looking and getting idea's for gifts for some of my favorite people. A number of local stores are having special pre-holiday sales offering clothing and giftables at reduced prices. It's a perfect time to pick up a needed addition to your wardrobe or a seasonal gift for a loved one. There's only about 34 shopping days until Christ- mas and that's counting Sundays. One of the newest shops in our area had it's grand opening last Saturday. It's P.J. Pants, Inc., Boy's and Men's Wear store located next to M & M Discount Fashions in the new Gun Barrel City Plaza on Highway 85. Owner Pat McCord is a resident of Oak Harbor, likes to play tennis, water ski, fish and go boating. She's also the pretty mother of two teen- agers who are Mabank High School students. It's obvious from the stock she has chosen for her new store that she's hep to the kind of duds that please the males. In fact, some of the most popular wearables in her place even carry the trademark "Male". They are denim jeans, shirts and jackets and are a compar- atively new line being manu- factured by the Levi people. Just the kind of things that appeal to the outdoorsy types who inhabit this area. There's a selection of western shirts "Tommy D's" Western Shops 20% off On Ladies Westem Heritage Mens Brushed Mens Denim Suits s40 Sports Coats Open Tuesday thru Saturday Lay-a-way For Christmas 7-Points, Hwy. 274 432-2221 ..:.:vv.....:..:.v..v.v..v...v....:..........S.; The Cooking p Send your favorite recipes to: mmq The Cooking Corner, P.O. Box 509, Malakoff, Texas 75148. No Women's Page is oatmeal and let stand while complete without a section on sifting dry ingredients. food -- after all, whether you Add the egg and sugar and are a gourmet or gourmand, mix well together. Then add eating is one of the real the sifteddry ingredients and pleasures of life. It is said that lastly the melted shortening the great chef's of the world Pour into greased muffin are men (our profound pans and bake 18rain. at 400. apologies to Julia Childs). Makes a dozen. ,%% ..'. ,.',2, PONY TAIL Beaucarnia fecurvata Carefree tangle of leaves pluming from the grayish wrinkled trunk. Long-lived and adapta- ble, grows almost indefinitely. Caring For Your Pony Tail Temperature Average; minimum at night Light Watering Fertilize Uses 50-55 . Will tolerate lower and high temperatures, from 40 to 100 or more. Thrives in full sun or bright indirect light. Keep soil uniformly moist but not wet. Swollen stem base in reservoir of water, so plant can withstand some drought. Every 3-4 months. Specimen plant for low table or floor, an unusual conversation piece. R&R Between Eustace & qPon3rq'ail By Lois Williams that should please any cow- boy and also a fun rack of colorful T-shirts printed with things like the "Jaws" shark or pictures of Elvis and other popular recording artists. Other racks in the store are loaded with man pleasing garments like fully lined jacket shirts of suede or smooth leathers, warm sweaters, golfers nylor wind- breaker jackets, comfortable jump suits in either perma- prest blends or polyester knit, natty Gammon slacks and nifty leisure suits styled by Cavalier. While I was in the area I peeked in Marge and Moury Waiter's M & M Discount Fashions to check out the collection of ladies' pants suits currently offered at 20 per cent off their already discounted prices. Sure enough, I found a scrumptous three-piece Fred Rothchild outfit that was made for me and sale priced to just fit my budget. Come on Christmas, I'm ready! Just a blink of an eye South of the B and J Shopping Center in Seven Points I noticed a sign advertising "Fashion Outlet" in front of a miniature building and couldn't resist investigating. I found one of my Trade Winds neighbors, Gladys Forrester, selling a special See 'n' Tell taining of. a tax-exempt status. Ray explained that the only way the society can hope to reach its ultimate goal of a fine arts and civic center. Approval of the certificate of incorporation is expected sometime next month. Mrs. Hughla Beets and Mrs. Victoria Ray were ap- pointed co-chairmen of the production committee for the Jan. 23-24 performances of the melodrama "Curse You Jack Dalton." Casting for the play is continuing and anyone interested in taking part is urged to contact either Mrs. Beets or Mrs. Gibbs. ISN'T iT BEAUTIFUL? Vir- ginia Jones of Key Ranch Estates was one of the many admirers of a hand made "Cathedral" pattern quilt made by Alene Olds. The quilt was one of the many hand crafts and needlework pieces shown Tuesday Territory Times office dedi- cate this column to women anywhere and everywhere. Call it a form of female chauvinism if you like, but it is doubtful whether the average man, be he husband of Brillat Savarin himself, would undertake the task of everyday preparation of meals without a minimum of grumbling. Therefore, we sented in this column will be helpful and hintful. Two of our office staff donated these favorite recipes. Hope you enjoy them -- more next week. :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: From Beverly Eads: CHOWDER 1/2 cup chopped onion 4 Tbsp. butter cup all purpose flour 1 tap. salt 1/8 tap. pepper 4 cups milk 1-12 oz. pkg. smoked sausage links, sliced 1-16 oz. can .whole kernel corn, drained 1-8 oz. can lima beans, drained In sauce pan, cook onion in butter or margarine till tender but not brown; blend in flour, salt and pepper. Add milk all at once; cook and stir till selection of Jantzen mix and match jackets, blouses, shirts, sweaters and pants. There is also a rack brimful of dainty little girl dresses in sizes 6 months to 6X made by Martha Miniatures. In addition there is a good supply of junior sized blouses, pants and short dresses -- some of them are made of the teen-popular recycled jean materials. Gladys is offering these fashion goodies at wee prices to match her mlni-shop. About this time every fall I get a yen to make some of my own tree ornaments so my wanderings also took me to Marilyn Leonard's  new Kraft Korner shop in the Seven Points Center. This facinating store is wall to wall with all kinds of finished craft products that would make unusual gifts or decorations for every occasion. There are kits and materials to dupli- cate the finished items or design and create your own. Marilyn is trying to stock hobby materials that are not available in other local craft shops. She also instructs classes in tole painting and holds open work shops three days a week when crafters can share congenial company as they work on any project they wish with needed materials and helpful advice readily available. OATMEAL MUFFINS 1 cup oatmeal 1 cup buttermilk 1 egg unbeaten % cup dark brown sugar 1 cup flour 1 tsp. baking powder % tsp. soda A cup melted shortening thickened and bubbly. Stir in sausage links, corn and limas, simmer 10 minutes. Makes 6 servings. If anyone has a recipe they would like to share please write c/o The Malakoff News P.O. Box 509, Malakoff, Tx. 75148 and if there is a story to go with it, that's even bet Pour buttermilk over the More next week! I CEDAR CREEK CARPETS Seven Points Armstrong Carpets & Large Selection Other Brands Formica Wall Covering Custom Drapes Custom Window Shades Complete Line Of Gift Selections OUHTIW 0100HER 00lFq' 8tt0P Helen Harrill, Manager Hiway 90 at 85 887-9911 Gun Barrel City Unique CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS STRAW CHRISTMAS WREATHS FAHTASTIO TREE ORNAMENTS THANKSGIVING CORNUCOPIA FOR GEIITER P IBES USE OUR CHRISTMAS LAIWH PLAN However, the truly ingenious cooks must be women. After From Sharon Carroll: ANGEL FLAKE BISCUITS ;:: all, the men who so shine in : this area do not have to 5 cups flour wrestle with three meals a day ) tsp. salt every day for the average 3 Tbsp. baking powder family of one spouse and 2.5 2 cups buttermilk children -- not to mention 1 yeast cake dissolved in 2 planning fairly nutritious tsp. warm water meals, grocery shopping and 1 cup hortening at the Cedar Creek Lake Creek Country Club. Admit- the occasional entertaining of 1 tsp. soda Women's Club arts and crafts ing Mrs. Dalley'a mtiona is family, friends and acquain- 3 Tbsp. sugar show Tuesday at the Cedar Shari Heason of Star Harbor. tances that we all must do. Mix and store in plastic in This is a tremendous under- refrigerator. Bake at 450. Will taking and it must be accom- last about a week, use as plished with intelligence, wit, needed. imagination and a certain From Sharon's Mother-In- amount of sheer persistance. Law Jo Rene Carroll: For this reason, we at the SMOKEY CORN