The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on November 15, 1981 · Page 16
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18 The Salina Journal — Sunday, November 15,1981 What s for lunch this week Here are the UD305 public school lunch menus for the week of Nov. 1620: HIGH SCHOOLS Monday Choice of lasagne and green beans or chicken salad on lettuce and potato chips, lettuce wedge with dressing, French bread, chilled pears. Tuesday Pizza, buttered corn, tossed salad with dressing, orange Juice, lime gelatin with pineapple or sliced peaches. Wednesday Choice of hot ham and cheese sandwich or baked wieners, dill pickle spears, potato patty, buttered frozen peas, coleslaw with carrots, peach crisp. Thursday Tostado with cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, hot sauce, green beans, banana chunk, orange quarters, chocolate pudding. Friday Turkey and gravy, mashed po- tatoes, dressing, peas and carrots, vegetables with dip, tomato Juice, white cake with fruit salad. JUNIOR HIGH AND ELEMENTARY Monday Lasagne, green beans, lettuce wedge with dressing, French bread, chilled pears, milk. Tuesday Pizza, tossed salad with dressing, corn, lime gelatin with pineapple, milk. Wednesday Hot ham and cheese, dill pickle spears, potato patty, buttered peas, peach crisp, milk. Thursday Tostado with cheese, hot sauce, lettuce and tomato, green beans, banana chunk, chocolate pudding, milk. Friday Turkey and gravy, mashed potatoes, vegetables with dip, peas and carrots, dinner roll, white cake with fruit sauce, milk. Identify spot's origin to assist dry cleaner BOOTS REDUCED 20 % Reg. $68 to $82 Save to $ 14to $ 17 Dexter Naturalizer Famolare SAVE larry hatch shoes 118 S. Santa Fe Spring handbags are organizers NEW YORK (UPI) - Enny unveiled its spring-summer 1982 handbag collection and showed that accessories can change as much as the clothing they are meant to complement from season to season. Gemma Nava, Enny's international public relations consultant who Hew in from Italy to present the collection, showed slides from the spring 1982 collections from Italy, on which the handbag company based its new designs and colors. Enny's trademark IB the numermoua compartments each of its glove-soft leather bags feature to help keep a woman organized. Founded 20 years ago in Italy, some of the company's original styles still are a favorite on the market, such as the "24-hour" bag which is roomy enough to carry a nightgown, makeup, appointment books, wallet, checkbook, keys, hairbrush — and all in various compartments to keep them neat. For spring, Enny has bags ranging from a small, square bag with detachable strap to the "big bag" with seven zipper compartments in pastel colors, red, yellow, French blue and neutral shades including white, grey, camel and cognac. All of the bags' snaps are magnetized so they close almost automatically and straps are adjustable. White bags come in numerous styles and colors including a nautical look trimmed with red or navy piping and a medium-size shaving bag with red piping, a zipper opening, six zip or snap compartments and a long strap with a big red buckle. Several bags have compartments on the outside for change and a narrow pocket for a pen. "Our bags might cost a little more, but when women start using them, they love how easy they are to use," Ms. Nava said. "And they're durable. We know you put your bag on the floor, you fill it up, you use it." A draw-string bag comes in a variety of sizes and colors and looks quite dressy. All of the bags may be matched to Enny shoes. (Bight) Lisa before she started th* Diet Center Program and (above) less than 4 months later, after reaching her ideal weight. When you decide to lose weight, CALL DIET CENTER® I DID AND I LOST 50 POUNDS IN JUST 15 WEEKS! Lisa Edelstein went from a size 16 to a size 6 And as she puts it, "... from an introvert to an aggressive, happy, busy and, for the first time, dateable young woman! Most importantly, ! learned to take control of my eating habits. I know I'll never be overweight again." CALL TODAY FOB A FREE CONSULTATION DIET CENTER- --.CALL: 823-7207 M 3C 211W. Cloud -W Mond.yFrid., 7:»-IZ:M i 2:JO-5:», S»tiudiy IM-UM NUTRITIONAL BEHAVIOR CLASSES EACH THURSDAY AT 7:JO P.M. CfllUltaf P'ta"- C»uo»elor. tor more Information. Dear Folks: How much do you spend on dry cleaning? How often do you take your clothes to the cleaners to be done? When you think about it, you probably spend a bit of money. Today, I want to give you some good advice and information that may save you money, and a favorite garment. First and foremost, when you take something to be cleaned, if it has any spots on it, tell them what caused 'em. Don't be afraid to say, "I spilled mustard on this and then tried to get it out with mayo." You have to tell them what the spot is (if you can) and if you have put anything on it because, when the cleaner tries to get it out with chemicals, there might be a bad reaction if you first tried hand soap or whatever and don't let them know. Remember that dry cleaning does not mean that the garment is cleaned dry; it is put in a cleaning solvent. Some materials that specify "dry clean," particularly some of the new silks, may run, fade or spot, and it's Just the way the material is made. Check to see if your cleaner is a member of the International Fabricare Institute. (There are thousands of members across the country). If he is, and if something happens to your favorite shirt or dress, ask questions. If you think that it was the cleaner's fault, ask if he will send it to the I.F.I, lab to be tested to see if it was the manufacturer's fault (poor dyes, etc.), the consumer's (you used the wrong thing on it) or the dry cleaner's fault. — Heloise * -tr * Dear Heloiae: You once listed various ways to clean real marble. I would like to add that once a piece of marble has been polished, one should apply a coat of paste wax to protect the polish. Marble is porous, so if one puts on a coat of wax, most any stain will lay on the wax. One Other hint: You should always provide coasters for everyone to avoid glasses being placed on a marble table top. — Lorraine Hauser, Marble Manufacturer * -tf -tr Dear Heloise: I hate to see a dish drainer rack sitting on the counter in my beautiful kitchen but I don't always want to hand-dry a few items that I've washed. So I let them drain and dry in my automatic dishwasher. The dishes are out of sight and out of my way. — Mrs. Charles Salvage •tr -fr -Cr Dear Heloiae: For those of us who have difficulty trying to fasten a bracelet clasp with one hand, do what I do.... Tape one end to your wrist and it's easy to bring the other end around and slip the prong into the ring. No slipping off! — Bobbi •tr -tr -tr Dear Heloise: After using the last of the milk out of a carton, let it (the carton) set for a very "short" minute. What is left inside, runs down to the bottom. Then, when you tip the carton one more time, a noticeable amount has accumulated. A thrifty, over-the- years habit! Works on cans of evaporated milk, Juices, etc., too. — Martha Hoge * -tr -tr Dear Heloiae: At the first of the year, I write all the birthdays, wedding anniversaries and other special occasions coming up on each month of the calendar. Each month, I purchase necessary cards, address them, and mark the date to be sent in the postage stamp area. By doing this, I don't forget other people's special days and no injured feelings result. Frees me of guilt feelings and gives me peace of mind. — Mrs. Ruby Bettenhausen £ £ -tr Dear Heloise: As an entertainer, it is not unusual for me to have to shower and run at breakneck speed. Having just invested a large sum of money in repairing the tile in my shower, I realized that unless I faithfully heloise hints from heloise FAIL AND WINTER Sportswear Sale INCLUDING ACT III BUTTE KNIT RHODES Jild's Open 9:30-5 Weekdays 9:30-8 Mondays 20% BRIDAL SALON AND FINE CLOTHING 102 E. Iron Ave. V. LET OUR BRIDAL QONSULTANT ' help you plan the perfect wedding Invitations Announcements hank You's, Napkins Wedding Albums \K.y Blue Carters ^Wedding Gifts & Jewelry 10-9 Daily Su. 1-6 VUo «nd Muter Ch>r|« welcome Mid-State Mall ^7 wiped it down after each use, the mildew problems would reappear rather quickly. However, the wiping seemed interminable. My husband came up with a solution: Use a window squeegee. The few drops that remain can be sponged off in seconds. — Busy Lady TV * * Dear Heloise: I have wanted to write and say how much I enjoy your column and also want to pass on my helpful snow hint for all little snow people who love to play outdoors but whose hands and feet get cold. For the feet, I put socks on first, then shoes, a pair of my tennis socks over the shoes, next a plastic bag over all, then their boots. For the hands, their mittens, a plastic bag, and then a larger pair of mittens. A rubber band around the wrist keeps them secure. The first mitten keeps them warm and the plastic keeps them dry. After two hours outside, no cold hands or feet! — P. Smith Just make sure those rubber bands aren't too tight and cut off circulation. — Heloise £ £ £ Dear Heloise: The price of paper towels made me take the bull by the horns and "invent" a substitute to use for drying hands in the kitchen. I took a terry towel, folded one end over the other and sewed it flat. Then, I removed the rod from the paper towel rack, ran it through the towel, then replaced it, making a roller towel which can be washed and put back up. - Gladys West •tr * * Dear Heloise: Recently, I bought a lined blazer through a mail-order catalog. It was badly wrinkled when it arrived. Hanging it in the bathroom with the shower on didn't help and I didn't want to spend exta money to send it to the dry cleaner before even wearing it. So, I placed it in the dryer on the low cycle for 10 minutes and my blazer was beautifully "ironed." — Jeanne D'Avray JOURNAL ADS PAY Have Cards and Partyware Remember far-away friends and relatives with thoughtful Hallmark cards on Thursday, Nov. 26. Hallmark Thanksgiving partyware in a rich traditional design sets a handsome holiday table. Start with our colorful turkey centerpiece and add coordinating accessories, including placemats, tablecovers and plates in three sizes. © 1981 Hallmark Cards. Inc. See us for all your holiday needs. Mid State Mall Mon.-Fri. 10-9; Sat. 10-6; Sun. 1-6 HOUSEOF'FHBRIK STRETCH YOUR DOLLAR WITH THESE INFLATION FIGHTING PRICES ON FAMOUS MILL FABRICS! PETER PAN PRINTS You'll find many uses for these florals and classic stripes, whether it's for clothing, crafts, or home decorating projects. At this price you can do them all, affordablyl • Polyester/cotton blends •44/45" wide •Machine washable , _ 110 ttffi CROMPTON'S FIRENZE CORDUROY Deep, rich corduroy so fine, it has a sheen to it. Fashionable, yet basic, and at prices hard to resistl •100% cotton • 4V45"wide •Machine washable •Reg.7.99 yd. 5. YARD FASHIONABLE PRINTS AND BORDERS Bright and beautiiul crease resistant capri prints. Perfect for skirts and blouses. • 100% cotton •WAS" wide • Machine washable •Reg. 4.29 yd. Z Tfl YARDS i FOR i m 00 HEAVY WEIGHT FLEECE Keep toasty warm on those cold winter nights! • Polyester/cotton blends and acrylics. •60" wide 2 YARDS FOR 8^5-9001 1123 West Crawford Sunset Plaza Shopping Center Sale prices good through Wednesday, November 16. Sallna, KS

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