The Galveston Daily News from Galveston, Texas on September 26, 1978 · Page 4
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The Galveston Daily News from Galveston, Texas · Page 4

Galveston, Texas
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Tuesday, September 26, 1978
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r iftaliu-sum |lnily Rictus Tuesday Morning. September 26,2678 Assembly 269 Rainbow Girl Officers Installed THE FACULTY WOMEN'S CLUB of the University of Texas Medical Branch will welcome new members at a wine and cheese party from 8 to 11 p.m. Friday in the Caduceus Room of the UTMB Administration Building. Here making plans for the event are, from left. Mary Remmers, club Dear Abby . . . president, Liz Payer, treasurer, Sue Tyson, secretary and Dolly Warren, newcomers' chairman. Not shown 'is Phyllis Tyler, telephone chairman. Husbands will be welcome at the party. (Staff photo by Betty Tichich) Souvenirs Cost Money By Abigail Van Buren C 1978 t>» C»i>c»90 Tfpbunt N Y Kf.» Synd Inc DEAR ABBY: I work at a motel, and 1 hear complaints daily about the high cost of accommodations. Following is a partial explanation for the benefit of the innocent, who are unfairly penalized, and the guilty, who go unpunished. I speak on behalf of all motel and hotel owners who have no choice but to increase their rates. I am convinced that honesty has become as out-dated as high button shoes and buggy whips. Our motel has 170 rooms. When a guest checks out, it's not unusual for the room to be partially or wholly stripped of all towels, wash cloths, toilet tissue, Kleenex, light bulbs, and even bed spreads, sheets, pillows and cases! On the average, we lose $2 per room per rental. This does not include the cost in time, labor and paper work lo replace the stolen items. Perhaps if the public were informed of these facts, they might think twice before collecting souvenirs and household supplies. If not. the next time they visit our fair city, they can expect the rates to be even higher than before. DISGUSTED IN S.C. DEAR DISGUSTED: Th.nkg for • good letter. Also for reviving gome vivid memories of my high ichoo] d«y*. My twin and I learned * ICMOD in honesty after returning from a football game at Sioux Falli, S.D. (We made the trip with about 100 other Central High School student! on a •peclal train from Sioux City, Iowa. When our parenti discovered that we had brought home several "souvenirs" from a hotel in Sioux Falls (ashtrays, silverware, bath mat, etc.), they ordered us to pack up all Chicken Tetrazzini the loot and mall it back to the hotel manager with our apologies. (We had to pay the postage, too!) We also got a long lecture on honesty, and we have never forgotten it. DKAK ABBY: I was an only child. When 1 was growing up. my parents moved around a lot, so I was practically raised by my grandparents. 1 really think of their family home as my family home. They are gelling along in years, and even though I am now married with children of my own, when I go to visit my grandparents I notice a lot of household items thai bring back wonderful memories of my childhood. For example, an old water pitcher thai was always on their table. It's not particularly valuable, but I'm sentimental about it. 1 wouldn't want my grandparents (or anyone else) to think I am grabby, but I would just love lo have that pilcher one day. My problem is, I don't know how to go about asking for it. Any ideas? SENTIMENTAL DEAR SENTIMENTAL: The next time you see your grandparents, let them know that you are sentimental about that old water pitcher, and if your grandparents are like mart grandparents, you'll have it tomorrow! CONFIDENTIAL TO "NO BUTTINSKY-YET": If your daughter-in-law doesn't want her husband to know that she gets weekly massages from a man in the nude \her, not him) that s her business. Butt out. Do you wish you had more friends? For the secret of popularity, get Abby's new booklet: "How To Be Popular- You're Never Too Young or Too Old." Send $1 with a long', self-addressed, *Uiaped (28 cental envelope to Abby, 132 Lasky Drive, Beverly HilU,Calif. 90212. The York Kile Assembly Number 20'j, Order 01 Kainbow lor Girls, has installed Dona Hamilton as worthy advisor. Other ollicers installed in ceremonies Saturday are Brenda Milutm. worthy associate advisor; Karen Woll, Charity; Colleen Herron, Hope; Dru Welsh, Faith; Angela Tircuit, recorder; Mary Polmard, treasurer; Kay Walker, chaplain; Julie Scammell, drill leader. Angela Tircuit, love; Kim Conner, religion; Angela Ceccacci, nature; Susan Walker, immortality. Pam Cornilus, fidelity; Bobbie Cashman. patriotism; Jam's Woll, service; Kim Van Natla. confidental observer, Koxanne Sx.abo, musician. Becky Luper, choir director. Installing Officers were Susan Walker, installing marshal); Mary Polmard. installing olticer; Angela Tircuil. installing n?cor- Junior Irving Officers Told The Junior Irving Club has installed officers for the new club year. They are Mrs. Tom Porter, president; Mrs. J. H . Hamilton, vice president. Mrs. R. W. Sowell, secretary; Mrs. Jerold Bartosh, treasurer; Mrs. Karl Essig, publicity: Mrs. Robert Ncsbitt, yearbook. der; Kay Walker, installing chaplain; Pat Creed, installing musician; and Karen Tircuit, adult installing officer. The worthy advisor's flower is a yellow rose. Her theme is peace and her symbol is a butterfly. Her motto is, "L)o not walk in front of me, 1 may not follow; do not walk behind me, 1 may not lead; just walk beside me, and be my friend." The worthy advisors song is I'd like to Teach the World losing. Mother advisor of York Kite Assembly is Mrs. Corky Knox. Parents of the worthy advisor are Mr. and Mrs. L.E. Hamilton. people In The NBWB 1120 NASA 1 Cl«ar Uik» 333-4846 DON A HAMILTON 1814 45th St. GaJvMton 786-7277 lutt. TVaL "7fut. TG& FABRIC SHOPS • -* * * ii * « * * » * « •*&••• »«»*««»• » *»*>*• *•»•«••, Canned Soups Make Dish Easy :n Claire Vt cup chopped onion unUl fork can be inserted smaller casseroles, odkdilor v» cup chopped green with ease. Remove from immediate use and 01 savings you can sew on! By Afleen Claire NEA Food Editor Chicken tetrazzini — rich with egg noodles, cheeses and almonds — is a very special casserole. But it is not hard to make if you use cream soups to meld Ingredients. Serve with a hearty green salad and baked apples for dessert. CHICKEN TETRAZZINI whole broiler-fryer chicken cups wafer small onion, sliced celery tops sprig parsley teaspoon salt teaspoon pepper package (10 ounces) medium egg noodles cup butter or margarine 4 1 3 1 1 V4 1 Vi Yi 1 Vt cup chopped onion cup chopped green pepper can (4 ounces) sliced mushrooms, drained can (10% ounces) condensed cream of mushroom soup can (10% ounces) condensed cream of chicken soup cup milk cup sliced ripe olives cup cubed pasteurized process American cheese spread cup grated Parmesan cheese cup sliced almonds Place chicken in a deep saucepan. Add water, onion, celery, parsley, salt and pepper. Bring to a boll. Cover tightly. Reduce heat and simmer about 1 hour, or Cooking School Registration Due Wednesday is the reservations deadline for "A Cooking Encounter of the French King," a French cooking class being sponsored Oct. 4 by the Galveston County Medical Society Auxiliary. The class will be taught by Jeanne Sanders, a native of Luxembourg, former student at the Cordon Blue and La Varenne in Paris, and now a faculty member of the . Batterie de Cuisine in Houston. The class will be from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Oct. 4 in the Moody Memorial First United Methodist Church of Gaiveston. The charge is S7.50, and includes a salad luncheon at noon. The event is open to the community. Proceeds will be used by the auxiliary to continue its sponsorship of pre-school vision testing for children throughout Galveston County. until with heat. Strain broth and reserve. Refrigerate chicken and broth at once. When chicken is cool, remove meat from skin and bones. Cut meat into chunks. In a large saucepan, heat to boiling reserved chicken broth plus water to make 3 quarts. Add noodles. Cook according to package directions. Drain. In a large frying pan, melt butter or margarine. Add onion, green pepper and mushrooms. Saute until vegetables are tender. Stir in soups, milk and olives. Heat through. Stir in pasteurized process American cheese. Add diced chicken and drained noodles. Transfer mixture to baking dish. Sprinkle with Parmesan cheese. Bake at 375 degrees for 40 minutes, topping with almonds during last 10 minutes of baking. Makes 8 servings. Recipe may be divided before baking into two smaller casseroles, one for immediate use and one to be frozen lor use within 3 months. To use frozen casserole, remove from freezer and place in refrigerator overnight. Then bake as directed. Bake smaller casseroles only 30 minutes. Each casserole makes 4 servings. (NEWSPAPER ENTERPRISE ASSN.) Aggie Moms Club Plans Reception The Galveston Island A&M Mothers' Club is planning a welcoming reception Oct. 3 for the mothers of new students at Texas A&M University. The reception will be at 7 p.m. Oct. a in the conference room of Moody College on Pelican Island. Club membership is extended to the mothers oi both current and former students of Texas A&M University. All prospective members will be welcome at the event. 100% Polyester Wallcoverings Wallcoverings Wallcoverings Just os the sun adds color and enjoyment to our lives, so do wallcoverings. Th«y con odd o new dimension to any room in the home, give it new life and personality of its own. Shop 0*r Cwnpfttt Wtction - Sttttfclt.N. T«IM CBjr DOUBLEKNLT DRESS PRINTS Ever popular and easy-care Polyester, Today's "miracle" fabric. 58/60" wide. Machine wash and dry. No ironing needed. REG.• 1.57 Preferred ALL NEW LOOK Super Cuts for ais PRINTS 44/45 Inches wide. 100% Cotton Machine washable. 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