Independent from Long Beach, California on March 30, 1962 · Page 33
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 33

Long Beach, California
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Friday, March 30, 1962
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Porous Petals Carnation?, violets, par- ricniaj and tuberous-rooted begonias a b s o r b water through their petals. Therefore, you ran dunk them in water or *pray them. so new. ..pleated lady-look pump Jlnrred In Stylepride'j collection. ..our rolled roller pump. Choo5e it with high or d«mi h«elj. In glossy black potent or r» (father. INDEPENDENT--P«g» C-3 XX · «·». C U I . !!*·!. UH. M. INI MEDICINE AND YOU Troubled With Acne? From the Broiler Seek Medical Advice PLEASING ACCOMPANIMENT Delicious quality instant coffee tastes even better when served from its own plass c o f f e e maker-server. Date Oat Flake Cookies arc a pleasing accompaniment.--(Photo courtesy Instant Maxwell House Coffee.) ! What to Serve? Coffee | and Cookies, of Course | By MILDRFD I. FLANARY I I. PT Feed Cater lew taste pleasures can maker, and be sure you compare with a coffee lov- don't miss the booklet at- crs' enjoyment of good. hot. tached to the handle of the well-prepared coffee. And glass coffee maker. It not going a step further, the cof- only explains the pmper use fee connoisseur enjoys his and care of this beautiful coffee even more if it is coffee maker-server, but con- poured from a pretty coffee tains a special offer for a warming stand which will make it a more useful table ny nn\ A Pennsylvania doctor iurveyed a group of teenagers with acne in a girls' school and came up with an unexpected finding: Only 5 of 28 girls had consulted a doctor about their skin condition. The explanation of the Z1 who hadn't sought medical advice: We didn't realise a physician could help. Dr. Lester Sablosky, medical director of the Norristown. Pa., school district, says that all 28 girls then began a treatment program for their acne. Within two to three weeks 20 showed definite improvement. The treatment program, described in the American Practitioner: The girls were told to eat plenty nf fruit, vegetables, and milk. ZINSI:R forbidden were chocolate, cocoa, nuts and spicy foods. In addition, they were told to cut down on carbonated drinks, shellfish and fried food*. Twise a day the girls washed acne arras, using hot water and a mild snap. They followed this with a cold-water rinse and careful drying. Then they applied a cream or c.ike preparation containing sulphur. resorcinol and hcxachlmo- phcne. The girls preferred the cake form since it acted as a makeup base. Later, the girls reported they believed the most important parts of the program were the medicated preparation and the frequent encouragement of the doctor and his nurse. The girls gave the diet little credit since most of them failed to follow it. Biggest offender: chocolate. The girls just couldn't forego it. Pare and section desert grapefruit. After broiling beefburger patties on both sides, arrange grapefruit sections on meat. Top each patty with a tablespoon of chili since and return to broiler about fi inches from heat for 5 minutes. Serve piping hot. MATERNITY Reward IV Uw».M H ' f t « y»M. Kl f't* A . t . . . . *M*u''«« d'ni. ·*·'· »" o«"wi Le»J ·«*) Nf* Yfll 4n'r*4 f«-«4 r«ktr ···· Let's Explore Your Mind r^WKONQTOTSYTB *C-T AWAY FZOM IT Alt'J item. For dessert. TV viewing. Or*f Mr*d«y »n 335 PINE AVE. server. Now. to make coffee brewing and serving easier fnr the homemaker. lo ounces of a high quality in- or coffee breaks, the occa- stant coffee come packed «'«» will be even more en- in an elegant heat-proof joyable if you serve with glass coffee maker, trimmed "iesc delicious Date Oat with gold and with correct measurement marks for 2, .1. ~ COM or 6-cup service. When next you buy coffee, look for this new coffee DELICIOUS NEW WOMDER ENGLISH MUFFINS Look at these marvelous ways you can use WONDER ENGLISH MUFFINS! 'CompleU r«tip«i for thet* tatfcM tfiih*t ·n «vtry pacVogtl SpnnVIt tv- cf uUd ml on lack mi.ff.ii ka!f. Cover w^h 2 tbipi. of t^nita uutf, hrf* il»ci cl mcmrrfli chrest; tpnnkl* wfpna, pffpff. lilt and top wits inottiff tsp. et o«l. ructin even(25* F.)fcr I5m:rtt« cr until c^cc» mill. WONDER SNACK NO. 1* Try dttaoot l tut » mack. ) treira tt\tt r t . Qa ; ck J'J f J'r it 11 1 lunch'-M Thin Slic« ct tried ham... on titter tojtftd Wondtr If^-A tuffjii- Top *ftti poxtird rut and HaHaidaist Sjjct. Rtapt tx "tjuicli tlffl^r" tirtton tvery (Kkj(t. WONDER SNACK NO. 3* Sfnnlli tfcwii tufir a rjrnflfl e»ef tottw e4 (nuf fwi j. rttct on a'umnu'n foJ a^4 tsi'.ltir.ltt trailer | u n t i l fcro«R. Cevir «itk c h o p p e d wilnul mult. You'll never get enough nf theso mouth-waterinc Wonder Knglish Muffins ... once you lasto them. They eomo to you ready for toasthif;. But that's not nil. Wonder English Muffins arc fnrk-fptit by n njvcial device ... to toast b e a u t i f u l l y -- o perfectly browned. Try this n^w brraVf.i-l WONDER. ENGLISH MUFFINS «u^ a ® treat... that ran he usocl many wayn for delicious meal*. Id-,i| for Eggs a U Wonder M u f f i n s nnrt spreads. So lc «urc you ,i»k for Wonder Knpli'h Muffins... herruwj only Wonder rares nnough nboiit flavor to Uike Knj- lish Muffins the moro nxtly way ... with pure cre.imrrv butter! Flake Cookies. Dale Oak Hake Cookies 1 cup sifted flour \2 Up. double-acting baking powder Vi tsp. salt '/I tsp. tsp. soda '/j eup butler or other shortening Vi cup sugar \2 cup firmly packed brown sugar I egg 1 tsp. vanilla *i cup crisp oat flakes '/2 cup chopped dales Measure sifted flour, add baking powder, salt, and rndi, and sift again. Cream butter, (iradually add sugars, creaming until light and fluffy. Add egg and vanilla and beat well. Add flour mixture and cereal and dales, mixing just until blended. Shape dough into I-inch halls with floured hands. Place on ungreased baking sheet. B.ike in moderate oven (375 degrees F.) for 10 to 12 minutes. Store in tightly covered container. Makes 2 do/en cookies. Delta letas Schedule State Day State Da, meeting of Southern C a l i f o r n i a alumnae and collegiennes of Delta Xeta Sorority, w i l l t a k e place in Disneyland Hotel Saturday. Mrs. B. Tuckley Thompson, president of Southern California Council and Long Deach a l u m n a e , will be m i s t r e s s for event which will include a noon luncheon. She is a l s o in charge of reservations. Mrs. William J. Mahan. Garden Grove, p r o v i n c e director of a l u m n a e , is coordinator for the meeting. Hostesses w i l l be Orange County alumnae. · * · » AWARDS will be given for alumnae service and best chapter and a "Miss State Day," will he named. Mrs. Logan Wheatley of Santa ' Ana will talk on "Pitchers." Collegiate chapters w i l l provide musical entertainment. They include L o n g Beach State, S.mta Barbara. UCLA and Diego. Fifteen alumnae chapters will take p.irt in the event. AUTO SAFETY starts with a better car. Find your's in , Classified under "Autos for Sale" today. Look row. LK56N i CHANCES F«WAW:AC«» visa By SYI.VANUS AM) I. It's wrong to "gel away from it all!" Of course it isn't. We all enjoy stories and shows that take us into nnother world for a while. Hut there are some dangers. Some of the ways we use to escape (such as excessive drinking) are harmful. Another danger is that we may want to stay in » world of fantasy and not come b.ick to reality. Fscapism is all right if H. V. Escens Honored Mr. and Mrs. H. V. F.scrn. 1070 Chestnut Ave., celebrated their golden wedding anniversary recently at a family party in their home. Wed March ^ti, I 111!!, in Dassel, Minn., the Fscens came to Southern California in IUjI and h.i\e icMilul in Long Beach for the year. Hosting the occasion were Mr. and Mrs. R. L'. Ciimmc- 1m and daughter Alice of Los Angeles, Mr. and Mrs. Don tscen. Burbank, and Mr. and Mrs. David W. Peterson, Santa Barbara. I:VI:I.Y\ iHA'Ai.i. we know winch is a dream world and which is the real one. If we try to live and net as though our fantasy world were real, we soon find ourselves in very trouble. · # · # 2. Will thr "good student" lessen her chances for mar- riacc? Yes. she m.iy. Hut at t h e same time, she may increase her chances for a successful marriage. The g i r l who goes "all out" for buys may i n c r e a s e her chances for m.irriage, but to whom? She may find herself m.irricd to .some irresponsible loafer. On the other, the girl who t.ikrs to her books tivo much may discourage fine, eligi- W" rrfn The r"M policy jc a good balance which will encourage good husband material, but will decidedly discourage the playboys ar.d the "wolves." A Mre kctvri »* »· t'*r*t ·· ft Invffil »n. Trad« m rt* ttvrh Mtt Uftur* sum it I'll r M LONG e.CACM~**4. Atrtl I. M Mill. 1)1 Itrwlt St lOS ll-TMt. Aeril I Man*r. tet S* Kvitrta A*f Cr*l*r. 1111 S«i4j '··ijiu Or . 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