The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on November 22, 1981 · Page 18
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Page 18 The Salina Journal - Sunday, November 22.1961 —What's Happening The following is a partial list of events scheduled in the Salina area: EHU Tuesday Kipp, 1:30 p.m., Joan Kogler, Salina Rt. 3. CLUBS Monday Golden Years Club, 6 p.m. covered-dish dinner followed by dancing and cards, Leisure Years Center. Salina Miniature Guild, 7 p.m. meeting, Friendship Center, 746 Commanche. Staccato Notes Music Club of Salina, 1 p.m. meeting, Mrs. Fred Brockman, 1004 Millwood. Program: "Creating an Interest For Our Youth to Study and Use Their Musical Training in Therapy." Citizens Coalition on Drug and Alcohol Abuse, 7:30 p.m. meeting, Central High auditorium. Past Presidents of Lady Elks, 7:30 p.m. meeting. Mrs. Howard Houk, 844 Roach. Salina Branch of AAUW, 7:30 p.m. meeting, Carver Center. Dr. Ken Guest, a Salina dentist, will present the program, "Modern Dentistry: On the Biting Edge of Technology." Creative Arts Study Group of AAUW, 1 p.m. meeting, Beulah Bessey, 710 W. Ash. Beta Sigma Phi, Eta Chapter. 8 p.m. meeting, Martha Beavers, 118 W. Wilson. Jan Jolly will present the program on Education. Gamma Alpha Chapter, 7:30 p.m. meeting, Margaret Kriley. Serenity Al-Anon, 7 p.m. beginners' meeting; 8 p.m. regular meeting, Rolling Hills Congregational Church, 2026 Starlight. Sexually Abused Anonymous, 8 p.m. meeting, 200 E. Iron. Salina Sunflower Chorus Chapter of SPEBSQSA, Inc., 7:30 p.m. meeting, Room 308-A, Memorial Hall. Salina Chapter of Sweet Adelines, Inc., 7:30 p.m., the United Methodist Church of the Cross. Visitors welcome. Salina Duplicate Bridge Club, 7:15 p.m. registration, Red Coach West. Tuesday Harmony Chapter No. 2, OES, 6:30 p.m. covered-dish dinner in honor of past matrons and past patrons; 8 p.m. meeting, Masonic Temple. Bring table service. Saline County Democratic Women's Club, 7 p.m. meeting, Carver Center. Sherwood Parks, of KINA radio, will speak about the history of radio. SENIOR CITIZENS ForLY Monday — Kitchen Band practice, 2 p.m. band plays at Salina Nursing Center. Tuesday — 10:30 a.m. Extension Office goodies, 1-5 p.m. cards and games. Wednesday — 10:30 a.m. prepare for afternoon activities, 1 p.m. November birthday party with Royce Young's South Junior High Singers. Leisure Years Center and the COA office will be closed Thursday and Friday. For meal reservations and transportation, call 827-7525 before 9 a.m. Bus pickup is at 9:30 a.m. and 11 a.m. Take-home begins at 1 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. xjcal ^ .eaders ON EAST CRAWFORD Adkinson Robb Generic disposable diaper sops spills Dear Heloise: When one of my children spills a large amount of liquid, I grab one of my baby's disposable diapers, the less expensive generic rather than brand-name ones. The diaper can handle a lot of liquid. It's especially good for spills or pet accidents on carpets. It absorbs quickly, so less soaks into the carpet. — Roxanne Kilbride Good idea! Even if you don't have a baby around your house, folks, keep a box of the most inexpensive disposable diapers you can find on hand for Just such emergencies. Sure beats trying to hurriedly grab enough paper towels to do the job. Thanks, Roxanne! — Heloise •tr -tr -tr Dear HeloiM: With so many homes equipped with an electric stove only, those using fresh turkeys for their Thanksgiving feast might find it difficult to come up with a way to singe the pin feathers. Enter the candle — the spare one in heloise II hints from heloise Plan A Home TUPPERWARE PARTY For the Holidays! Call 823-9535 Have You Been Shopping ., VERNEDA'S Lately? 114-ASo. 7th 827-0831 the kitchen drawer. No candle? Flick your cigarette lighter! — Ann Lazaruk * * -tr Dear Heloise: My husband and I were in a kitchen specialty shop looking for something simple to decorate the kitchen wall. We were just about to leave, not having found anything we could afford, when he said, "What about these potholders?" They were cute, bright and decorative and, most important of all, relatively inexpensive. They look super in our kitchen and my husband is pleased as punch when I brag about his good decorating idea. — Sue Johnston •fr -tr -fr Dear HeloiM: You asked for hints for vacations or trips...My suggestion is: Don't put them off — go while you are able. Don't wait for daddy to retire and don't save the money for the children. They can get theirs the same way you got yours — by working for it! Go and have fun! — Mrs. C. Allison A Positive Cure For The "Nail" Biter with Sculptured MONA Acrylic Finger Nails, BEFORE AFTER Dixie Jones, owner of Hair Affaire' introduces a "new" service... Sculptured nails. With sculptured nails...you can turn sad, stubby fingers into proud hands. The elegant, permanent...Acrylic MONA Fingernail lets your own nail grow underneath. Beautiful, sculptured nails are easily done by Hair Affaire's own Cheryl Rittel. Get the facts: Call 827-0445 Hair Affaire 9 808 E. Crawford Salina Dear Heloise: To cut a child's bangs evenly, place a piece of sticky tape along his or her forehead just above the cutting line, then follow the tape carefully with the scissors. — Sandra Perry TV * -fr Dear Heloise: Here's a hint for those of us who don't have dishwashers... After all those holiday meals and parties, when you find you're left with lots of dishes to do and too few dish towels handy for drying (seems as if every towel in the house gets wet too fast or is in the wash after preparation of the meal) use a lightweight bath towel. One will do almost all the drying and you won't have little dishtowels all over, drying after the dishes are done. — Chris Dell •fr -ff if Dear Heloise: We all know how expensive bed linens are nowadays, especially the lovely floral and patterned ones. And, what wears out first, thereby ruining the set? The fitted lower sheet, of course! To stretch my investment when this happens, I buy a solid color fitted bottom sheet in the predominant shade of the pattern or floral. My coordinated set is as good as new! — Mrs. J.T. Tinella 15 members join new PEO chapter Increasing membership in the five local chapters of PEO Sisterhood necessitated the forming of a new IJ Chapter. Fifteen members have joined the educational and philanthropic group for women. Newly-installed president and vice president are Ruth Adkinson, 2329 Northwood Lane, and Mildred Robb, 104 W. Hillside Terrace. Other officers are: Jo Borthwick, 1620 Overhill Road, recording secretary; Marilyn Nicholls, St. John's Military School, corresponding secretary; Susan Campion, 1331 E. Minneapolis, treasurer; Andrea Hegna, 1404 E. Minneapolis, chaplain, and Peggy Frost, 1009 Mellinger Drive, guard. IJ Chapter is the 238th one in Kansas. Plan Your Thanksgiving Day Dinner AtElmore's. Serving 11:00 a.m,-2:00 p.m. Join us this Thanksgiving Day for a holiday dinner you won't soon forget! Plenty ot traditional turkey, pumpkin pie with whipped cream, and all your favorite trimmings. Plus. ..carved roast beet, baked steak, shrimp and more! Fun & Fine «*... Coming Soon eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee PIASTERS' Tips for brides Attention, brides-to-be! A few tips will help the Living Today Department of The Journal handle your wedding reports more efficiently. Type or print information as errors are prevalent when handwriting is difficult to read. Whenever possible, use regular Journal wedding form rather than writing story yourself. Use rank for all servicemen in wedding party. If picture is to follow, indicate on form. Wedding reports and pictures will not be accepted later than two weeks after the ceremony. Watch For Details Send your news tip to The Salina Journal, $45 in prizes awarded every week. i Shop Early... | this Christmas and SAVE! I ppcketwe.tem Jean. A JtfcJi).'capxS tot 1 • , .'*"< Denim; for ge, -I i \\ Jeans All Calvin Klein fashions 20°/c Jeans, Overalls, Skirts, Jumper* and Topt. Sale Starts Nov. 23rd. OOff Lay-Away For Christmas • Free Wrap SPECIAL Open Fr!., Nov. 27 Till 8:00 HOURS: Open Sun., Nov. 29 1:00 to5:00 Mon.-Frl. 9:30 to 8:30 Thurs. Till 8:00 p.m. 827-5958 150 9. Santa Fa ZALES' EXPERTS WILL RESET YOUR DIAMONDS IN A NEW MOUNTING WHILE YOU WATCH! tales'experts will reset your diamonds in an elegant 14 karat yellow or white gold mounting; . or, you can select new unmounted diii«onds and gemstones from our collection. At our all-in one .. price, including sizing, setting, polishing and ultrasonic cleaning! Plus, you take your jewelry with you on the same visit. Prices faun $60. v_all store nearest you for a personal appointment. Mid State Mall 823-2227 Monday, Nov. 23 11:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. ZALES The Diamond Store ZALES CREDIT: INCLUDING "SO-DAY PLAN—SAME AS CASH" MulciCaid • VISA • Anwricui Eifmw • CM* Mtnchc < Dincn Club Ulutlrttlon* cnUifni.

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