The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on November 20, 1981 · Page 6
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Pig* • The Sallna Journal - Friday, November 20,1981 Living Today The Salina Journal He finds body hair bothersome Dew Ann: Why is it considered taboo for men to shave their legs or any part of their body except the face? The reason I ask is because I find it a real turn-on. I like the feel of my smooth body rather than all that hair. Also, my underarm deodorant is more effective when applied to a hair-free armpit. My body hair is fine and straight. It pulla on the back of my thighs when I sit and is disheveled when I remove my trousers. I decided two years ago to shave my legs and thighs, chest and armpits and I like the feeling. I can only do it in the winter, however, because I enjoy going to the beach and a shaven male would be viewed as strange. I have heard women on the beach comment about men who look like apes. This convinced me that if the culture could be conditioned to accept the arm landers shaven male, all men would love it, as I do. Do you agree? — Curious in Norfolk Dear C.: Traditionally hairiness has been symbolic of masculinity. The shaven bodies at the beach are almost always homosexuals. Today's male deodorants work well Making vinegar candy is old-fashioned family fun By HELOISE II Dear Heloiae: I'd sure love to have the old-time recipe for vinegar candy. It's clear when you cook it but turns white when you pull it. Delicious! Nothing more fun than going to a candy pull in cold weather. Such memories! — Edith Smith The simplest things in life seem to hold the most meaning. And what's simpler than vinegar! My, that stuff gets around! How can something so sour taste so sweet! Makes the cycle, I guess, from sweet fruit to sour fermentation, back to delicious candy. It's all in how uou use it... I did come across a recipe that's been handed down and it might be just the one you're looking for. Hope so. Using a medium saucepan, put in three cups of sugar, one-half cup vinegar and one cup water. Stir well before you put it on the stove. Cook this over low heat about 8 to 10 minutes until it reaches the Softball stage (228F). Add a quarter stick of butter or mar- garine and one teaspoon vanilla. Pour the mixture onto a buttered platter and let it cool enough so you can handle it. Now for the fun part, as Mrs. Smith calls it. Pick up the blob and begin to pull it. The more you pull, the whiter it gets. When it has reached the right consistency, cut into small pieces with a pair of scissors. They are easier to use than a knife. You'll need to keep a pat of butter handy to rub on your fingers while pulling that stuff, though, or you'll find yourself all stuck up. Now, gather the family around and have some old-fashioned fun! — Heloise •tr *r -tr Dear Heloiae: Fill plastic ice cube trays with milk and freeze; then put these in a plastic bag. Next time you serve hot coffee, drop in a milk cube and it's ready to drink. — Carolyn Hale Letters to Heloise should be sent to her in care of King Feature Syndicate, 235 E. 45th St., New York, N.Y.,. 10017. without shaving the armpits. As for the chest, legs and thighs, it would seem like a horrendous, time-consuming chore, and the man would end up looking like a plucked chicken unless he shaved often. Obviously you have a fixation, or you would not be concerned about the hair on the back of your legs being "disheveled." However, if shaving your body turns you on, go ahead and do it. It's your business and harms no one. <r -fr -tr Dear Ann: A while back you published a letter in the Rochester, Minn., Post-Bulletin telling your readers what to do if they choke on a piece of food, but you didn't say what one should do if one is alone. Here are the instructions: Stand up. Keep your knees straight. Bend over, as to touch your toes. Never mind if you can't quite reach them. Then throw your arms high into the air. Several months ago I choked on a piece of meat. My husband was with me, but before he could get around to my side of the table I tried this maneuver and the meat popped right out onto the floor. I hope you will give this suggestion as wide coverage as possible, it could save some lives. — W. C. in Minn. Dear W. C.: Here it is. Thanks from all of us. I had never seen this one before. Club Calendar SATURDAY Salina Lodge No. 721, Loyal Order of Moose, 9 a.m. anniversary dance with music by Eddie Basgall, Moose Lodge. Breakfast will be served following the dance. Disabled American Veterans, 7 p.m. Thanksgiving party, Club House, 543 S. 10th. SUNDAY Eagles, 5 p.m. family Thanksgiving dinner, Aerie Home. Parents Without Partners, Inc., 2:30 p.m. family Thanksgiving dinner; 7:30 p.m. meeting, L. Funk, 876 Plaza Dr. Alateen Serenity Seekers, 7:30 p.m. meeting, Friendship Center, 746 Commanche. Salina Chess Club, 7 p.m. meeting, student of Pioneer Hall, Kansas Wesleyan. Cunningham awarded 'thanks' badge Jo Cunningham, retiring president of the Central Kansas Council of Girl Scouts, has received the highest award earned by Girl Scout adults — the thanks badge. Cunningham was honored for her volunteer contributions during her two terms as president, her services as a troop leader, committee chairman and a board member at large. New directors elected to the council were: Helen Drake, Great Bend, president; Lynette Seymour, Lindsborg, first vice president; Lynn Doxon, Formoso, secretary; Ron Lull, Salina, treasurer, and Roberta Dreese, Salina, member at large. Love offering is Sunday CULVER - The Fall Love Offering of the Culver Presbyterian Church will be at 7:30 p.m. Sunday at the church. Presenting the program will be the English Hand Bell Choir from Salina's Grand Avenue United Methodist Church. Following the service, a time of fellowship will be held in the church basement. Everyone is welcome. Reunion The Reser-Winslow families met for a reunion Nov. 15 at Elmore Cafeteria. Nineteen family members attended. Cities and towns represented were Manhattan, Gypsum, New Cambria, Marquette, Mentor, Salina, Branson, Mo., and St. Joseph, Mo. Scalp acne caused by much brushing Persistent acne around the scalp margins — in front of ears, on the back of the neck or forehead — can be caused by repeated stroking and brushing which some hair styles require. Cursillistas elects officers New officers for the 1981-62 year hate been elected by the Cursillistas of Salina. Chosen were Abel Felguerez, el vocal (spokesman); Joel Correa, 2nd vocal, and Bea Rodriguez, secretary. The women officers are Juanita Martinez, la vocal, and Bea Martinez, 2nd vocal. A calendar of events is being planned. Cursillo is a Spanish word meaning little, or short course, therefore a cur- sillo is a short course in Christianity, or an encounter with Christ. The Cursillista groups meet in various homes, and also offer others an opportunity for group reunion immediately following the 9 a.m. mass in the parish hall. Anyone wishing additional information regarding a cursillo may call one of the officers. M *10Ofr AH Chic J«*n* A Corduroy* *5 *5 iii rebate Je*n Station Rebate Total Why «rs wa giving you the world's best o(f«r on 1h« world's best fitting jcamt Became We're sure that once you've worn a pair at Chic jeans by h.l.s, you'll never buy another brand. Kb matter what your shape or site, perfedly proportioned Chic Jeans can fit you — front to back, lop to bottom. t: Jean Station Mid State Mad* Salina Agglevllle* Manhattan INVENTORY REDUCTION FRIDAY9:30-6:00 SALE SATURDAY 9:30-5:00 WSHR MWM WMPS Ksssa wans anf&n ?*»» gassx assxn, wma nwsie THWK *aaa »*<»»*^^«e^;»w^^ »3JHi<»:«»!«imwr^^ WBB rsws mom WMK a«m »«a»i ffe»\J vxw «m? vom m\s» BKKR m HBJK SaatB SESWB fOV-tn *:*',ft(W2J& XSSW KMiS? *-:?.« K®amSSOm SOf - - - - - -. - - - Prc-Seasoi\ PEN HODS November 20th & 21st meaaftaavnttat MB (NIMH eSi* PStftW «a*£.' 'S * fti'.f.-ui fits** fiS'H&t ttfflf'A itltwa «a iHKt K*SM» vesaa mew KM?.K *i <v^» M-WBS aRsss gsssa ww»a i»wn» SEW ~ ~ ! -;/..as!w«k^B«Wtav-je>ifBis*»c»o?sia«s U'KS» as»sHE MHsa iBWJa aioaR attin _ . '.i^mtettt^utomi&mmmBmmaimtmKii l«aW6ft£SS»SO«£K3tftlSfs^Vi-v,t«ftr^ «X?«M<a(»;TOiflWi**Sfiaa •HIMKtiEsStKfcHnCfi(M W,*l &:.•<•--. W!-r', Vafta &OS9 XR»H l«BH«Bl?SMeMM»«iSfi*tSW«9 .»«•« saiS'i S3 LET'S FACE IT — WE OVERBOUGHT! WE NEED TO CONVERT INVENTORY INTO CASH. IF YOU NEED OR WILL NEED ANY APPLIANCE, MICROWAVE, OR TV, ACT NOW AND PROFIT FROM OUR MISTAKE. •Portable-Convertible •"Butcher Block" top • Power scrub cycle •Rinse aid dispenser •"Sanl-cycle" to boast water temp. •New almond color •2 door combination • Full width crisper •Dairy compartment Famous Hotpolnt Quality WLW2100 Washer •2 speed •All porcelain tub. DLB1250 Dryer •All porcelain drum •80 mln. timer •2 Heat •Self clean oven •Full width drawer •4 Hour timer •Super Insulated oven Presenting beautiful, quality Christmas decorations and accessories at prices even old Scrooge can love! Open House Specials Featuring famous HOTPOINT quality. This is a sample of our sale pricing. Everything in the store is specially priced for this sale! These prices are good Nov. 21, 22 ONLY! MID-AMERICA APPLIANCE CENTER 1402 S. Santa Fe 825-8925 Miciowave Schools LIMITED QUANTITIES Colorado Spruce Greenery Permanent, life-like for decorating and arrangements • Can be used year after year • Save by making your own special decorations (Nos. 3704 & 3906) Reg.6for J 1.89 now 6 for 99$ 22" Colorado Spruce Wreath Permanent • Saves you money year after year because it lasts for years • Life-like — one of our nicest wreaths! Reg. '9.95 now $ 6.99 3" Poinsetta Pick Permanent, excellent for adding that special touch of seasonal color to arrangements Reg. 6 for 49C now 6 for 291 Cast Iron Tiffany-Style Glo Candles Votive candle in base lights beautiful stained glass figure • A homey accent piece that offers a truly warm feeling for such a low price (No. J538 Santa or J537 Tree) Reg. '3.39 »2.49 — All prices good during our Open House while our supply lasts — mJf Demonstrations on Decorations and Bow-Making Throughout our Open House. Making your own can be fun and saves you money too! Large selection of ribbons and other decorating supplies. Large Selection of Permanent Trees, Wreaths and Garland These can be stored and used year after year for additional savings. Life-like quality. Beautifully Crafted Ornaments Quality Lighting Sets For both indoor and outdoor use. Most UL approved. Artfully Created Nativities and Ceramics Custom Decorating Services Drawings for Gift Certificates During our Open House we will hold drawings hourly for Gift Certificates, with a Grand Prize Certificate drawn at the close of our Open House, at 6 p.m., Saturday, November 21st. Refreshments Served Come join us and see how we can help you add that special personal touch to your holidays at a truly affordable price. / nroen 440 N.Ohio Salina 825-2121 Open 8 to 6 — Weekdays and Saturdays

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