The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 17, 1968 · Page 174
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 174

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Easy new Holidate Stuffing 5 cups herbed seasoned stuffing mix 1 (8-ounce) package DROMEDARY Pitted Dates, snipped , . jf 'z'zjSs hi 2 cups coarsely chopped celery 1 cup toasted slivered almonds 1 teaspoon salt M teaspoon ground black pepper V4 teaspoon thyme leaves cup water 1 egg, slightly beaten cup butter or margarine, melted i Mflu n 1 v i 1 . IV .... 1 Combine first seven " ingredients. Add next . n : '.,.. rr lightly. Fill neck and - Ni J , f ta body cavities of turkey with stuffing, and roast according to cookbook directions iriT M' ' ' 1 " ",- j j;1 " IntroduOTMkJ Df omcdaiy Holidate... Say Lynn Engman of Salt Lake City keeps her clothes budget down and her fashion ratings up by sewing her own. The dress she wears cost $20 to make. atextra special oiM ay meals 9 CONTINUED -a m f 1 " Jl Delicious new Holidate Salad Tear a variety of greens into bite-size 3i J j!j pieces. Add chunks of avocado, well-drained grapefruit sections, DROMEDARY Pimientos, Whole Pods (cut into large pieces), and a generous sprinkling of DROMEDARY Chopped Dates. Toss with oil and vinegardressing. has imposed a ceiling on her expenditures, but his experience as former top economist and budget adviser to the U.S. government has made an impression pn his wife. ' Mrs. Ackley has her own pet theories on spending. For one thing she looks for quality, not quantity. "I don't buy-a lot of clothes but every year I AAA about ten or 12 new dresses," she says. WhaJ, Bonnie Ackley does buy must stand the social workout of a diplomat's wif; so good fabrics and simple styles ate what she looks for. "The clofhes I i. av Abe Schrader for day costumes and Malcolm Starr for more formal wear. If diplomat's wives and society leaders have their shopping tricks, so do professionals in the clothing business. One well-known designer of expensive clothes picks up little bargains in department store basements. Others who can't be bothered pawing through racks of sale dresses frequent small shops where they get individual attention. Mrs. Beatrice Martin Woronoff, of West-wood, Calif., for instance, a former hat designer, avoids shopping the big stores. Her pet theories "I like small shops where salesgirls know me and what I like." Of course this kind of custom service carries expensive price tags, but Mrs. Woronoff feels it pays off. "I spend $3000 a year on my wardrobe, but I have clothes that count." she says. "I pick classic styles, avoid flamboyant prints everybody always remembers how many times you wear that kind of dress and I only buy clothes I'm crazy about." Like other women who love clothes, .buy are tools of my trade," the petite A,' former Washingtonian explained. "To be able to perform my jofi as I should, have to wear things' that make me comfortable." What makes Mrs. Ackley feel at ease America's most popular dates DROMEDARY Pitted Dates and f anywhere are dress and coat or jacket and dress costumes. Not only do they bridge the weather gap, but they are good travel companions, too. She adds two or three of these costumes each year. And like other well-dressed women, Mrs. Ackley has her favorites DROMEDARY Chopped Dates., perfect for snacks and recipes. 10 PARADE NOVFMBI R 17, 10M

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