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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 18

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18-Palm Beach Post, Monday. Nov. 25. 1968 Republicans And Their Ladies W ill Swing At Grand Old Bash ernors and wives will be outfitted in complimentary blue jeans and shirts. Later they'll join a rollicking fiesta with entertainment flown in from Mexico City. Twenty cases of tequila have been set aside for "margueritas." Wives will get most of the goodies bathing suits, shifts, scarves, hair products, picnic baskets, beach bags donated by California firms. Husbands will get after-shave lotion and zipper cases. California wine, luscious fruit, dates, and nuts will be plentiful. Each state house will receive six monthly shipments of the finest apples, oranges, lemons and melons, courtesy of the California growers association. The Reagans will personally give each distinguished couple an expensive piece of California sculpture from Gump's in San Francisco chosen by pretty Nancy Reagan who is supervising all details with perfectionist zeal. There will be an art exhibit, golf tournament, cheese-and-wine- tasting, as well as a fashion show by sixteen California designers led off by Mrs. Reagan's favorite. James Galanos. For the big Friday night dinner-dance attended by the Nixons and Agnew s. Mrs. Reagan has worked out a California garden theme to be executed by Disney Studios. It will be strenuous, but every one will have a month to recuperate before it starts all over again at Inaugural. Bv VeraGlaser WASHINGTON (WNSi -f'restdent-olef't and Mrs. Richard Nixon will spend the nitht (il December 6 in the bibulous home of newspaper tycoon Walter Annenberg whose residence rests in the manicured turl of a personal 18-hole Roll course in Palm Springs. California. 1'hiladclphia Annenberg. the story eocs. was irked because he once wailed thirty minutes to tee oil at a Palm Springs club and decided to build his own course Such doings are taken in stride bv residents ol the rich man's paradise Mr. Nixon may not have time to play the course, since he is scheduled to speak that evening at the closing banquet of the Republican Governors conference, where he will share the spotlight with comedian Bob Hope, singer Dinah Shore, and some seventy Vietnam war veterans invited as honored guests. It will be the jubilant GOP s first get-together since the election and they'll be in a mood for hoopla alter capturing the White House, additional Congressional seats, and live new governorships for a total ollll. Their hosts. California Governor and Mrs. Honald Reagan, are planning a gigantic-bash Play will be at a Tiaxi-mum and work at a minimum, according to a spokesman in Sacramento Aside from a breakfast and two quickie business sessions, the December 4 7 conference will be a sun-kissed and moonbathed round of brunches, galas, fiestas, previews and loot. Governors and wives will leave Palm Springs with sacks of gilts to help them remember the great state of California. Vice President-elect and Mrs. Spiro T. Agnew. the gubernatorial couples (100 per cent attendance is expected i, plus scores of aides, will be housed at the lush Canyon Hotel. New York Governor and Mrs. Nelson Rockefeller have reserved a suite there but plan to stay with the Leonard Fire-stones. The Reagans will move in with the Nixons and Annenbergs. The Winthrop Rockfellers. who have a Palm Springs home, will entertain the governors at a private dinner. The residence of George Hearst Sr., jampacked with relics from famed San Simeon and boasting a similar colonnaded pool, will be thrown open for brunch, but the main attraction may be William Randolph Hearsts' 94-year-old widow who will desert Florida for the first time in years to welcome the GOP. A horseback-and-wagon trail ride will take the group into spectacular Andreas Canyon for a barbecue, lor which gov GUILD OFFICIALS - Three officers of the Art Guild of Boca Raton discuss guild activities following a dinner which kicked off the guild's winter season. From left, they are Mrs. E. Sheffield Smith, first vice president; Ronald Giles, treasurer; and Mrs. John G. Coggan, New Wing Marks Boca Guild Growth Thanksgiving Navy Style Includes All Trimmings guild meantime, under the administration of Mrs. Arnold McSpadden with a big assist from Mrs. J. Meyer Shine, erected a building at 801 W. Palmetto Park Road. The new building wing will include two classrooms, each large enough to accommodate simultaneously 20 students working at easels. In addition, space will be available fo-sculpture. silver work and ceramics. Guild officers, who were introduced at a banquet kicking off the club season, besides Mrs. Coggan are Mrs. E. Sheffield Smith, first vice president; Mrs. Harold Burris-Meyer, second vice president; Ronald Giles, treasurer. Mrs. William S. Knox, recording secretary; and Mrs. Henry E. Tyler, corresponding secretary. Club directors are Anton Brueh I. Mrs. Mavbelle Col-quit. Mrs. Richard Irwin. Hubert D. Rose and Mrs Marc Vegivene. BOCA RATON - The "topping off" of the new classroom and gallery wing at the Art Guild of Boca Raton building on W. Palmetto Park Road Saturday marks another milestone in a growing organization which is drawing wide cultural interest. The guild's growth to more than 400 members and interest in its growing student art, sculpture and photography classes reflect its cultural outreach. The story of the guild began in 1951 when a group of Boca Raton citizens banded together "to foster the cultural development of the city with particular reference to art and literature." The group split after a few years, with those interested in literature setting off to establish a library, the other segment to establish a culture center. The library is now located at 200 NW 2nd Ave., after being headquartered in several temporary locations. The and pour mixture into icecube tray. 5. Chill until slightly thickened. Stir. 6. Chill until firm. 7. Cut into six portions and serve on lettuce leaves. BLUE CHEESE DRESSING Yield: 1 pint Sour Cream l'i cups Salad Dressing "1 cup Vinegar 1 tbsp. Salt '2 tsp. Blue cheese "4 lb. METHOD 1. Careful blend Salad dressing with sour cream. 2. Add vinegar and salt gradually, stirring carefully. 3. Crumble blue cheese. Add to mixture. Stir withwirewhip until blended. 4. Cover and refrigerate at least 2 hours before serving. FLOWER PRESENTATION - A bouquet of flowers for a Job well done goes to Mrs. Richard D. Steinhoff, right, chairman, of the guild's membership dinner. Making the presentation is Mrs. Harold Burris-Meyer, guild second vice president. At Wit's End Some Dreams Nudge Reality Too Closely Mrs. Donna Grisham: Came Down From DRESS-SIZE NEW SIZE 10 AT I I THE A with American traditions and atmosphere by means of high quality lood. Printed below is the Navy's Thanksgiving Day menu together with recipes for two of the items on it. They have been broken down from the Navy's "serves one hundred" proportions. THANKSGIVING DAY DINNER Chilled Shrimp Cocktail Lemon Wedges Crackers Roast Turkey with Giblet Gravy Bilked Ham with Pineapple Sauce Savory Bread Dressing Mashed Potatoes Candied Sw eet Potatoes Broccoli Polonaise Buttered Green Beans Garden Vegetable Salad w ith Blue Cheese Dressing Jellied Spiced Cherry Salad with Salad Dressing Green Olives Celery Sticks Cranberry Orange Relish Hot Parkerhouse Rolls Butter Pumpkin Pie with Whipped Cream Hot Mincemeat Pie Fruit Cake Assorted Fresh Fruits Hard Candies Salted Nuts Coffee Tea Milk JELLIED SPICED CHERRY SALAD 6 portions Red, sour, pitted cherries 1 No. m can Water '4 cup Brown sugar '4 cup Ground Cinnamon ' 4 tsp. Nutmeg dash (iround cloves dash Cherry gelatin 1, 3-oz. pkg. Boiling water Variable, see method Cold Water 1 cup Lettuce leaves 6 METHOD 1. Combine Inst ti ingredients. Heat to boiling; reduce heat and simmer 5 minutes. 2. Drain cherries. ;i. Measure hot chei rv juice and add boiling water to make one cup. 4 Dissolve gelatin in hot cherrv juice-water mixture. Add cold water and cherries in a i?crn,irl Cascade. n. Lifetime Guarantee. X . The enjoyment of a bounti-lul Thanksgiving dinner is part ol the American heritage. To this statement the Navy-adds the words, "wherever Americans may be. " The Navy traditionally insures that its men. no matter how distant their station, will enjoy a sumptuous Thanksgiving dinner Food service personnel go to great lengths to assure this for everyone from officer to enlisted man. This at times presents problems , since the stations may vary from on board ship in the North Atlantic to the icy wastelands ol Antarctica. In Vietnam this has sometimes required the delivery by helicopter of whole turkeys and the trimmings to small groups in relatively isolated areas. The typical Thanksgiving menu offered by Navy messes this year includes roast turkey with giblet gravy, baked ham with pineapple sauce, candied sweet potatoes, spiced cherry salad, and pumpkin pie. Though the menu may vary from ship to ship and station to station the Thanksgiving theme prevails. The Navy of today strives to maintain a consistant high quality of food service not only at Thanksgiving but all year round The Navy Subsistence Ollice. which is responsible for the administration ol food services, keeps personnel inlormed on new techniques, equipment, and menu items In addition tield service teams visit Naval activities everywhere and provide on the spot counseling in food service. The immediate goal ot the N'avv lood service, especially on holidays, is to provide plenty of good lood. However the long range objective is to maintain morale bv linking the sailor awav from home AUCTION SALE of FINE PAINTINGS by htoblnhed Gold (ocl Ailnh at Ihe ART GUILD of BOCA RATON DEC. 6.7:30 P.M. $1.00 AdmiMion Returnable on Purfhose Dtior Pn7P You would liave it m.iile . 1000 Hiuiiiiii Hair Cad - adi - km 1 ' .f , "Whose side you on? The Indians?" "Thou really knows how to hurt a pioneer in the kitchen, doesn't thou. Mother?" "Thou are too sensitive." she said. "I have thee down for the same thing thou brought last year." "Potato chips?" "Potato chips." The ring of the phone jarred me awake. I picked up the receiver to hear Mother on the other end of the line ask. "I was wondering if you could come to dinner on thanksgiving'.'" "I know." I sighed. "And yes I can bring the potato chips." She hesitated. "Actually, your Aunt Betty is bringing the potato chips. I have you down lor lour foldingchairs." 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"Black bear, wild turkey, venison, wild rice, eels and mussels." "Prithee, let me help." I said. "NO!" she fairly shouted. "Everything is under control." ' "Let me get the black bear before they're all picked over." I suggested. "Your Father already got one." "My marinated tomato salad! They'll go crazy for my marinated tomato salad ! ' ' "No. I'm using them to decorate the mantle." "I know. I'll roast the turkey." "You roasted the turkey last year and cooked it according' to the price and the poundage. A turkey roasted in an 875-de-gree oven for 15 minutes you don't forget! " "The bread. I ll bake the bread." "And that's where Plymouth Rock got its name." "The pies. then. You'll need help with the pies." r SPECIAL OFFER! ELAINE POWERS FIGURE SALONS Before 14 Mrs. Grisham AFTER HER ELAINE POWERS Program . . . Size 10 HOURS MON. THRU FRI. 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M. SAT. 9 TO 4 P.M. for? Mrs. Grisham BEFORE HER ELAINE POWERS Program . . . 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