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Page Tuesday, April 12, 1966 Family Section Fashions · Clubs - Society - Home News Hands Reveal True Character Of Girl Television Editor To Address Friends Of C. Burr Artz Library Washington Post Photo LUCHEON SPEAKER -- Lawrence Laurent, television-radio editor for the Washington Post, will be the guest speaker at the Friends of the C. Burr Artz Library Luncheon April 19. The luncheon meeting will be held at the Francis Scott Key Hotel at 12:30 p.m. Notes From Frederick Memorial Hospital flew Exhibit Four paintings are on display in the hospital cafeteria during the month of April. The contributing artist is Mrs. John A. G. Smith of Frederick. Medicare Workshop . The Maryland Blue Cross Plan recently held a regional "Medicare W o r k s h o p " at Frederick Memorial Hosoital for hospital administrators, Blue Cross representatives, and hospital business office personnel. Thomas Sherlock, Norman Ward, Robert Lentz, all Blue Cross representatives; John Webb of M a r y l a n d Blue Shield; and Joseph Reiter of Hospital Cost Analysis Service, presented a general discussion of the Medicare program and its effect on the hospitals of Maryland. The "Medicare Workshop" was attended by 38 hospital and Blue Cross representa- tives from Frederick, Washington, and Carroll counties. Employes Donation Under the direction of P. David Youngdahl, administrator at Frederick Memorial, the employes of the hospital joined together to contribute more than $18,000 for the hospital building fund drive presently in progress The hospital is quite proud of the 100 per cent participation by its employes. Benefit Operetta SatunJay the Rotary Club of Frederick, will present the Montgomery Light Opera Association in Gilbert and Sullivan's operetta, "lolanthe," for the benefit of the Frederick Memorial Hospital Building Fund The operetta will be held at Frederick High School and begins at 7:30 p.m. Tickets can be purchased f rom Rotary Club members or at Frederick Memorial Hospital. PIUR POINTERS Bowl Beauty Tip Needed By POLLY CRAMER Newspaper Enterprise Assn. Polly's Problem -- DEAR POLLY -- I would like to know how to keep a wooden bowl nice and shhiy even after it is used. \\ e serve green salad in ours and the children often use it for popcorn. I do not put hot water in it but the finish in the bottom of the bowl is rough. Would salt in the corn cause that? Please give me a Pointer for retinismng. waxing or wuat- ever I should do to restore the bowl's natural beatny. -MRS. W. T- P. DEAR POLLY - Often damp clothes have to be brought in from the line be cause of a sudden shower I have three clothes hanger racks that attach to the tops of doors. Each will hold 12 clothes hangers I h a n g dresses, shirts, undies, and so on, on t h e s e individual hangers and put the holders on doors nearest the heat. You will be surprised at how fast the clothes will dry. Wet or damp towels can also be attached to the hangers with snap clothespins. -- MRS. G. A. R. DEAR POLLY - A d i s- cardcd flannel-backed tablecloth will make long - wearing covers for the children's scnoolbooks. In addition to being colorful, they are waterproof end afl dirt it easily \viped off -- IRENE DEAR POLLY -- I find it helpful and time - saving to keep a tray of safety pins near the board while I am ironing When I find a loose snap, button or even broken threads in a seam. I iron over the spot and then pin a safety pin where the mending needs to be done The machine mending is put n one stack and the hand sewing in another. When anv *oi:ng neighbors: drop ! n fnr a cup of coffee I do this hand mending at the kitcnen taole while we have our coffpe. The safety pins save forgetting as well as looking for the places that need attention. I 1 has been years since any of us have put on a garment with a button missing -GRANNY DEAR POLLY -- After preparing the ground at planting time I scatter even the tiniest seeds by putting a few in my palm and blowing Repeat this from different angles. -MARIA DEAR POLLY - We all know how careful one has to be when bathing a small child in the tub. He can slip right out of your hands. I bought a canvas - covered car seat, with an aluminum frame, and hang it over the tub Giving a small child a bath is safe and easier and the child if not scared, -- TERRY Well-known television and radio editor for the Washington Post, Lawrence Laurent, will speak to members and · ' «. - -U. ,,_,,,,,,! gUt»Oia At. W*AV- .i^ . twuM* tt.~.. M ~_ Book and Author Luncheon April 19. The luncheon, an annual event for the Friends of the C. Burr Artz Library, will be held at 12:30 p.m at the Francis Scott Key Hotel. Tickets are available at the library. Laurent, television-radio editor since July 1953, also has his columns carried by 132 other newspapers in the country. This summer, Laurent will leave The Washington Post to become critic-in-residence for two months at the University of Oregon in Eugene. He will spend the summer of 1967 as critic-in-residence at the University of Detroit. He holds the rank of adjunct professor at American University in Washington where he teaches courses in "Television and Radio Programming" and "Mass Media and the Public Interest." He is also chairman of the board of "The Television Quarterly," a scholarly journal published by Syracuse University and the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. Laurent is editor and coauthor of "Equal Time: The Public Interest and the Private Broadcaster," written with Newton N. Minow, formerly chairman of the Federal Communications Commission. Laurent was a contributor to "Television's Impact on American Culture" and to "The Eighth Art." His writings have also appeared in 'The Reader's Digest," "TV Guide," "The Television Quarterly," "Television Age," "The Journal of the Screen Producer's Guild," and "The Bulletin of the International Press Institute," Zurich, Switzerland. Laurent studied economics at the University of Virginia (1949) and studies pnvately (government and politics) with William Yandell Elliott of Harvard, and with Dr. Franklin Dunham ( h i s t o r y and theory of communications) at American University. He has lectured on television at Harvard, Ohio State, Louisiana State University, the University of Maryland, George Washington University, the University of Houston (Tex.), the University of Virginia and at other institutions. He holds the rank of guest professor at Syracuse University and is a visiting lecturer at the School of International Service at the American University. Mrs. Howard W Ash is in charge of the program. President of the club is Miss Annabell Lundgren Proceeds from this year's benefit luncheon will be used to enlarge the collection of records, both musical and dramatic, in the library's collection. Travelogue Given At Club Meet Mrs Gu\ Baker presented a tra\elogue on Los Angeles, San Francisco and the Hawaiian Islands to members of the Rose Hill Garden Club at its receni meeting A coffee hour preceded the meeting The tables were decorated with centerpieces of daffodils and decorated Easter eggs, made by Mrs Robert Kline and Mrs Mercer Plates and napkins were from Hawaii. Hostesses were Mrs William Burke, Mrs C. 0 Bennet. Mrs. George Runkles and Mrs. Edward Widmayer. Mrs. Herbert Staley and Mrs Ray Smith used foliage and daffodils in their arrangements, "I saw a Crowd, A Host of Golden Daffodils." The annual plant sale will be held during the May meeting at Winchester Hall. Mrs. Harry Hamilton and Mrs. Richard Hargett will be responsible for the floral arrangements depicting "Home Sweet Home," using favorite containers A coffee hour will begin at 9:45 a.m. TU i \ T T Y 0 M1LLEF. Extension Agent. 4-H and Youth' Winchester Hall "Reading the hands" is a form of fortune-telling practically anyone can engage in, even without psychic powers. Hands too often reveal traits that the face can conceal. It doesn't take extrasensory perception to conclude that a girl with consistently dirty fingernails under high style polish is careless -careless about her appearance and probably careless about her manners. Grubby knuckles, dirt- rimmed nails, and rough elbow* ar« signs of neelect which can be avoided by attention to soap, water, and a hand-brush. Five minutes at the wash bowl several times a day will work wonders, usi n g a brush with bristles long and firm enough to get under the nails and into the crevices of knuckles and elbows. Coat the brush lavishly with soap lather and apply it with determination, following the method used by surgeons. Begin way up on the arms, and work down toward and under the nails. Laymen have the same need as medics for under-nail scrubbing, because this area is most retentive of bacteria. While germs on more accessible surfaces can be washed difficult to dislodge those under the nails. This area should never be neglected because fingertips frequently touch body surfaces and food. Health authorities often trace cases of mass food poisoning to a single pan* of hands which have contaminated the ingredients of a seemingly delicious dish Summer calls for special hand care, because short- sleeved dresses bring them into view right up to the armpits and because soil adheres to perspiration. Also many outdoor activities are real dirt-catchers. Always suds-brush hands thorouzhlv after gardening, with special diligence after using chemical weed or bug- killers. Lathering is essential for safety's sake even after wearing garden gloves. To prevent deep soiling, scrape nail across a moist bar of soap before starting on any grubby job. When the job is done, the soap and soil will wash away together. Sun-tan oils and lot i o n s should be removed upon returning indoors. Some such products rub off on upholstery; the easiest way to prevent stains is by using soap and water to wash arms and hands which no longer need their sun-screening protection. Photo by D*!am« Hobbs Studio Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Poole Miss Karen L. Wright Weds Kenneth L. Poole Miss Karen Lea Wright and Kenneth Leon Poole were married March 11 at 8 p m. at the Locust Grove Church of the Brethren. The Rev. J Donald Plank performed the double ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. Herbert Wright of Sykesville, and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth D. Poole of Libertytown. Hat Show Featured For Civinettes A spring hat show highlighted the recent dinner-meeting of the Civmette Club of Frederick, held at the Francis Scott Key Hotel Mrs Elizabeth Whitmore, program chairman, announced that the hats were donated through the courtesy of Wachter and Hildebrand. Models in the show included. Mrs Ruth Kinsej, Mrs Dorothy Lescalleet. Mrs Patsy Moore, Mrs Alma Semler, Mis Whitmore and Mrs. Nancy Whitmore, a guest Opening ceremonies were conducted by Chaplain Mary Sulluan, and the president, Mrs. Semler, presided at the business meeting It was announced t h a t a round robin caid party will be held April 18 at the home Miss vRebecca Klein of Mt. Airy, was maid of honor. Miss Pamela Wright, sister of the bride, was junior bridesmaid. David Engler of Mt. Airy, served as usher and best man. The bride is a member of the June graduating class of Sykesville High School The bridegroom, a 1962 graduate of Frederick High School, is employed with Poole and ^on Construction, Libertytown. Charlesville Club Holds Meet Mrs. William King spoke on "You are the Key to Good Family Life," at the recent meeting of the Charlesville Homemakers' Club, held at the home of Mrs. Leslie Stall. Mrs. William King presided at the meeting Opening ceremonies were conducted by Mrs Harry Stalej The director's report \vas given by Mrs Raymond Ford and Mrs Simon Stull, 4 - H coordinator, told of the activities of the clubs and of the girl's sewing projects Mrs Paul Zier, Mrs Calvin Wachter and Mrs Staley were appointed to p l a n for the club's 18th animersary in May. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs Wesley Wachter on April 25, when the subject will be "The Courteous. Acti\e Club M SHIPWRECK SITE -- Mendel Peterson, chairman of the Department of Armed Forces History, Smithsonian Institution, records reading of bearing and distance with a measuring device used to plot shipwreck sites. This is the site of a ship of unknown nation- ality which was wrecked about 1595. The site in Bermuda has yielded a collection of gold, silver, gems and artifacts Peterson will be the luncheon speaker at the Nurses Symposium Thursday at the Francis Scott Key Hotel. 'History Under The Sea' Topic For Nurses Symposium Luncheon Mendel Peterson, chairman of the Department of Armed Forces History, Smithsonian Institution, will speak on "History Under the Sea" Thursday at the annual Nurses Symposium. The speaker will address nurses and guest doctors at the luncheon meeting, scheduled for 12:30 p m . at the Francis Scott Key Hotel. Peterson, who holds the rank of commander in the United States Naval Reserve has explored historic underwater sites in the Florida Straits, West Indies, and Bermuda since 1952 as a part of a research program in naval history. An author of numerous ar- Ahalts Honored On Anniversary Mr a n d Mrs A m o s A. Ahalt were guests of honor at a surprise 25th wedding anniversary party held recently at their home near Middletown. The couple was married April 1, 1941 by the late Rev. Dr Atville Connor at his home in Walkersville. Mrs. Ahalt is the former Helen Morrison of Jefferson. The celebration was planned and given by the couple's family: Mr. and Mrs Amos B. Ahalt, Ronald Ahalt and M i s s Glenda Murray and Mrs. Ahalt's mother, Mrs. Francis Morrison. Mrs Earl Wachter baked the anniversary cake Those present included: Mr and Airs Luther Ahalt, Mr. and Mrs Claude Ahalt, Mr. and Mrs Vernon Ahalt, Mr and Mrs Norman Remsberg, Mr and Mrs John Baker, Mrs and Mrs Joseph Brown, Mitch and Jody Ann, Mr and Mrs George W Morrison, Joanne and Jovce, Mr. and Mrs Donald Stockman, Karen and Diane, Mr and Mrs Charles Solt Mr and Mrs Thomas M u r r a y , Tommy and John Mrs Paul Stockman and Mrs Mildred Toberj Mr and Mrs William Ferrell were unable to attend tides on naval and military history and numismatics, he has collected and studied coins of ancient and modern times for more than 25 years. He has also written several papers concerning expeditions in which he was actively engaged and on the significant objects recovered from underwater sites. During World War H he saw service with the U.S. Navy in the Marshall, Solomon, Caroline and Philippine islands. Peterson also served as staff supply officer with T a s k Force 39 exploring the Antarctic in 1947-48. He was born in Idaho and attended Mississippi Southern College where he received his B.S. degree in 1938; he was a graduate scholar at Vanderbilt University ia 1940 and also completed two years of graduate study at Lowell Technological Institute in Lowell, Mass. The Frederick County Heart Association and the Maryland Nurses Association, District No. 2 are co-sponsors of the symposium, "Current Concepts of Cardiovascular Disease." The morning session begins at 9 a.m. at the hotel with Dr. B. 0. Thomas Jr. presiding. Four guest doctors will conduct four programs revolving around the symposium topic. 1 "* that a rummage sale will be held in June A committee was appointed to consider club projects for this 5 ear Serving on the committee are Mrs Whitmore M"s. Jane MacPherson and Mrs Lillian Myers Mrs Hilda Black chairman, announced that the c l u b would again assist with the TB Cnest X-Ray Survey. Twelve club members will attend the anniversary and installation of the Westminster Club in April Finance chairman, Mrs Evelyn Firor, auctioned several items of clothing for the charity fund Recognized for their birthdays in March or April were. Mrs. Sullivan, Mrs. Mildred Harrison, Mrs. Edith Ramsburg, Mrs Mary Ramsburg, Mrs Dorothy Burchardt, Mrs Moore, Mrs Joyce Stup, Mrs SUSIP White and Mrs. Leona Cordyack. __ EVERY THURSDAY ITS ITALIAN Ni AT COZY 5 - 9 P.M. *1.25 ALL THE SPAGHETTI With Meat Sauce YOU CAN EAT SALAD, ITALIAN AND GARLIC BREAD (Children's Portion--85c) STROLLING TROUBADOR From 6 To 8 p.m.--2nd and 4th Thurs. Of The Month CANDLE LIGHT DINING COZY RESTAURANT Thurmont, Md. Phone: 271-3701 Replacing your water heater? Gas heats water faster! 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