Anderson Herald from Anderson, Indiana on October 9, 1966 · Page 13
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SUNDAY. OCTOBER 9. 1966 Methodist WSCS Plan Open House First Methodist Woman's Society of Christian Service will hold Open House Tea, Get 12 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. at the Hillcrest Christian Home for Girls. Chairman, Sally Binkley; co-chairman, Clare Gosling. Ail church members and friends are invited to attend. There will be an executive meeting :n the Church Library Oct. 13 at 9 a.m. Mrs. Wilber Robey, president of the Woman's Society, will preside. W.S.C.S. Rummage project will be Oct. 20, 21, 22. General meeting will be Thursday, Oct. 20, at 10 a.m. in Fellowship Hall. Please make reservations with your circle chairman. A hearty welcome is extended to all members and friends. YWCA Calendar Sunday 8:15 a.m. Trinity Episcopal Church 9:15 a.m. Redeemer Presbyterian Church 2:00 p.m. Future Retailers 7:00 p.m. Effly Circle ANDERSON SUNDAY HERALD and as thin as possible without Apple Strudel Goes Well With Viennese Coffee mi,.,, . ,, iv*vai!I 111 » ICllllCSe IS SCillLtmJU- There are a few execeptional ers. For an authentic Europ'ean ..-. ....... „„„„;„„. ^^ vaall pastries that have bridged the touch, crown the coffee with 5?™ e _.°,r es ."], f lo , ur . mixtur»'i inch at one end for sealing. Miss Karen Heavilin fAGI IT cups of coffee, is the epitome of dessert elegance. Coffee With Schlagobers The word for puffs of whipped cream in Viennese is schla~- L '/4 teaspoon cream of tartar V4 cup chilled butter or margarine, cut in %-ineh cubes 'A cup ice water Mix and sift flour and cream tearinp. Spread apple filling over pastry, leaving border of; 1-inch at one end for sealing. Among Anderson Women's Groups of tartar Toss butter or'mar-RoU up as for jelly roll from Monday with the Anderson . S 1, down from mother try, requires care. For truly .0 daughter from century toilicious coffee, brew with . .entury, you can rest assured approved coffee measure (equaljToss paste on board until it can nat ours has an equally hon-jto two level measuring table-ibe handled. Pat into a square )rat? e — and delirimii: _ U^^;Jcrw\Ano\ r\t fntfoa tn avnh civiHS, tn *> inr>lmo thiM.- Rnll nnf de-'Pat into the ball of pastry. Flour onejboard or canvas generously. " uc "u^i, .delicious — heri-tspoons) of coffee to each sixj £ge. With a little patience and!ounces of water, per serving, j . !U OU P™ create th e perfect,! Start with a clean coffee-mak-: six j Hi to 1 inches Roll about >i-inch thick, keeping .Vz cups sugar 7 cups finely chopped apples 1 c ip finely chopped walnuts 2 teaspoons grated lemon peel be observed, dress form Vi: teaspoon cinnamon freshments in charge of dames Jerry Banker, Harold Myers, Sol MUler, and C. J. Stanley. Garden Club of Anderson — 1 p.m. Hostess, Mrs. Marvin , . , . Clouser, 3003 George St. Guest . Legislative Stuoy Group -; speaker, Howard Gaar. Hostess ; 9:15 a.m. at YWCA. Rolf Tirka, j committee, Mesdames Clifford 'guest speaker. Mr. Cedric Dunk-! Savage Emil Quear, Earl erly will preside at this affair.' shankland and Marvin Clouser. ^JhMr«.» £S.°. U P Wednesday Daughters of American Colonists — 2 p.m. Guest Tea. 3" Hostess, Mrs. August Davis, 709 rd Central Way, Edgewood. hostess, Mrs. Bert Shockey. I TITLE ROLE FOR HUTTON Tuesday | HOLLYWOOD (UPI) —Lanky Bethesda Shrine No. 11 — 7:30 : comedian Jim Hutton will play p.m. East and West Night will the title role in "A Guide for be observed, dress formal. Re-, the Married Man." corners square. Brush off excess :ir 'llnni. Ti.itVi nnrf ».r Ki.,.,.1, T^«l J " ^"' . j-f" — *"'^ i^vm.i.i.,1 oiai i. niui a t,icau vuntfiiiaix-, •-*""'-«•' -"^wwi^. u/. u^u wii V.WVM ,,.«]] traditional paper - thin pastry.'er and cold water straight frcmlflour with pastry brush. Fold, ' me apple and walnut filling can the tap. Whether it's coffee or Jin thirds. Roll a littla to sealJAUTHORIT/ Combine all ingredients. Mix' Dewe . v Runyon. _ll ! Alnnt* r>1,iU Mrs. m 3 ii A astry !? ritto «>meout:while. n. An excellent apple stru-l Pastry: Gei,_accompanied by fragrant i 1 cup sifted all-purpose flour •AUTHORITATIVE TRUMPET . , - jiify, but you strudel. that extra bit of time'layers. Fold in thirds again. HOLLYWOOD (UPI) —The iMtoS^^J^^i^, « toto to always worth -i W l a ?.' n _J?!i' °^ i 0 ,™""^;?™?^ J?" .^ar in the main Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth N. from Anderson High School, Heavilin, 1810 Jackson St., an-!class of 1865, and her fiance, nounce the engagement of their 1 Mr. Simms attended Markle- daughter, Karen May to Mar-!ville High School. He is em- 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service ivin Gale Simms, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Simms, Rt. 4, Anderson. Miss Heavilin was graduated i been set by the couple. Monday 9:00 a.m. Art 9:15 a.m. Legislative Group 9:30 a.m. Personnel Committee 9:30 a.m. Young Home Makers 1:30 p.m. Hillcrest 6:30 p.m. Tops Club 7:30 p.m. Bride's Workshop 7:30 p.m. Hairdressers Card Party 7:30 p.m. Omega NuTau Tuesday 9:00 a.m. Beginning Bridge 9:30 a.m. Bible Class 9:30 a.m. Creative Embroidery 9:00 a.m. District Welcoma Wagon Meeting 9:30 a.m. Tailoring 12:30 p.m. Y-Matrons 1:00 p.m. Sewing 7:00 p.m. Art 7:30 p.m. Young Homemakers 7:30 p.m. Beta Sigma Phi 7:30 p.m. Community Action Council 7:30 p.m. Beginning Bridge 8:00 p.m. Sweet Adelines Wednesday 9:00 a.m. Intermediate Bridge 9:30 a.m. Pigtail Ponytail Committee 9:30 a.m. Knitting 9:30 a.m. Bowling 1:30 p.m. Cards and Chat 1:30 p.m. Bible Class 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service 7:30 p.m. Round Dance 7:30 p.m. Knitting 8:30 p.m. AA Thursday 9:00 a.m. Bible Class 9:00 a.m. Tops For Kops 9:00 a.m. Day Care Committee 1:30 p.m. Live Y'ers 5:30 p.m. Y-Tcens 7:30 p.m. Blue Bell Dance Committee 7:30 p.m. PsilotaXi 7:30 p.m. Tri Kappa 7:30 p.m. Phi Chi Epsilon Friday 9:00 a.m. Tops Club 8:00 p.m. Square Dance Class 8:00 p.m. C. J. Smith Square Dance 8:30 p.m. Boy 'Scout Troop 209 Pool Saturday 8:30 a.m. Covered Bridge Tour 10:30 a.m. Ponytail 7:30 p.m. Y-Teen Room Open 8:00 p.m. Alvin's Curly Q's Nursery available Tuesday and Wednesday 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Cooking Is Fun SUNDAY DINNER For those gourment friends: Eqicurean Roast Duck Wild Rice Salad Bowl Bread Tray Mocha Mousse Bverage Epicurean Roast Duck B-pound ready-to-cook ducking of 17 touchdown catches in one 1 onion and 1 rib celery Salt Vt cup orange-flavored liqueur ployed at St. John's Hospital, Anderson. The wedding date has not QUALITY MAKE SWEATERS Repeat rolling and folding and|theme of the new "Green chilling 3 more times. Roll out Hornet" series will be played in oblong about 12 inches widelby Al Hirt Alcott Club — 1 p.m. Hostess. Mrs. Frank Helvey, 2324 Melody Lane. Opti-Mrs. Club — Chartered bus trip to Frankfort, I n d . Luncheon at 1 p.m. at Williams. burg. Prizes. Hostesses, Mrs. I Fred Buts. chairman; and Mes- Shambargers of Red Key, Ind., Salad Dressings & Chili Sauces Exclusive At Fenter Quality Meats 1811 Columbus Ave. ~~ b t & t @ discount center for Ladies 7 • Cardigan and Slipons • Bulky Italian Knits - Classic Styles • Orlons — Wool/Mohair/Nylon • Sizes S-M-L and 34 to 44 Values from $ 3.49 „ . „ . Motors Corporation in Ig5g after , 5 years He ^ a Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ward Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ward of ists <jn,,ih "0" w P 1518 South Q it., E will observe their Golden Wed-! mem ber of the Elwood Masonic ding anniversary on Tuesday, ! Lodge. Oct. 18. | Mrs. Ward is a member of The couple was married Oct. 'the First Baptist Church. 18, 1916, in Anderson and are No formal plans have been larents of six children: Mrs. {atherine Ward, Denver Colo.; Mrs. Florence Hilbolt, Adnerson; Mrs. Wilma Allen, Frank- fcon Rt. 1; Walter L. Ward, Martinsville; Robert W. Ward,, Anderson; nd one son, Ken-j neth Ward is deceased. There] are 17 grandchildren and 5j Teat-grandchildren. Mr. - ' «. anniversary Mounds Garden Club Has Special Event Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Cole 0 years at the Tin Plate Com- .} . __j i n i n .. nn ^;« n j f.. n « " l ipany and later retired from (80 proof) Thaw duck if frozen; dry. Sprinkle body cavity with salt A LEADER GREEN BAY. Wis. (UPI) Don Hutson of the Green Bay a pitch-in dir-ner. Husbands j were special guests. | Mention was made of the i forthcoming District meeting of Indiana State Garden Clubs, scheduled for Oct. 19, at Port- SWEAT for eight seasons and is tied tfli Elroy Hirsch of Los Angeles for the league record mg witS Packers led the National land The c i ub will have a rep . Football League in pass receiv : j rese niative present for the Anderson Counci lof Women's Luncheon, Friday, Oct. 14, and at the Open House Tea at Hillcrest Home for Girls .Wednesday, Oct. 12. Following the dinner hour the members and guests played bingo. Attending were Messsrs. and Mesdames James Jones, E. A. Bailey. Harold Cromwell. MU- season. dered, skin Is brown and crisp and meat is tender — about 2% hours. Remove duck to silver (or other metal platter); heat Girls' ORLON 9 Cardigans - Slipons § Bulkies and Novelties i Sizes 4 to 14 Values from S 2.58 .OPENlOAMtolOPMDAIlY Ladies' * Fail READY TO WEAR • Cotton/Avril- Orlon Knits • One-Two-Three Piece Styles New Shipments Daily • Petite, Junior- Reg., Vz Sizes Values from *7.95 Girls 1 Suedine and place onion and celery in it. lequeur but do not boil; put a _,. _ , Roast breast-side down on a match to lequeur to light and j ton Mills, Jake Menets, Harold rack in a shallow roasting pan as you do so. pour over duck—;Current. Lothar Herning, Leo' in a slow (325 degrees) oven, before guests in the darkened'Needham. Charles Weber and! turning midway, until fat is ren-|dining place! Makes 4 servings. ;Ray Wilkins. CHUKKA Soft - Comfortable $ 2.49 Value • Bronzed Brown Black Trim • Sizes 4V2 to 10 WHY GO TO PARIS? Consult the Great Paul Victor for your cut, coif, and color! Meet' fhe man with the floir for hair! Here Oct, 10th, llth, end 12th. Jusr bock from Europe, with the'world of fashion at his fingertips, Mr, Victor brings you tha latest headlines from France, Italy and England. New silhouettes, new colorng techniques, new and exciting ways to look . . . all brought to beoutiful reality by our ex- perts . , , under the personal supervision of this inspired artist! Reg. Perm. Cut and $< M AC $25 Perm. ITitfV Putting curl where the cction Is ... on the top! Manageability where it's supposed to be ... all over! Just right for beautiful body and bounce! BEAUTY SALON, MOUNDS MALL Phnrm 6-19-1)82 or 6-M-2RI1 fxt, 51 • OPEN SUNDAY NOON TO 70 9x12 LINOLEUM RUGS C n 77 Men's SWEATERS Virgin Wools-Orion Acrylic-Wool/Kodel Wool/Mohair Cardigan-Pullovers Bulkis-Ski-Novelty Styles Sizes S-M-L • Plastic Finish • Heavy Felt Base • Large Selection of Patterns 5.95 Value And Up Values from $ 5.00 • ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY • USE OUR LA YAW AY PLAN • Wool/Mohair/Orlon — 100% Orlori • Cardigan and Pullovers • The Look of Today For Cool Days Ahead • Sizes 4 to 18 Values from 3.49

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