Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 23, 1972 · Page 53
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 53

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, July 23, 1972
Page 53
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3E--July 23, 1972 Sunday Gazette-Mail -Ch»rlMtcn, WMt Vlr»ln). Here's ~All You Weed to Know Awareness of Grooming Needs Her Aim On Best Way to Store Bread By Cecil Fleming Los Angeles Times Fresh bread is preferred for sandwiches, stale bread for toast. Keeping bread fresh is seldom a problem for a large family as it is used up faster. The small family or single person has to consider storage methods to maintain freshness as well as for economy. According to home · economists at the Wheat Flour Institute, bread does not keep fresh longer when stored in the refrigerator. The home economists recommend storing bread in a clean, dry place at temperature a w a y from any source of heat. The bread box is back! The bread box should be well ventilated but a well-ventilated drawer works as well. Either must be washed once a week with a soda and water solution. Dry the container well before reusing. Freezing bread to maintain freshness is recommended by the institute home economists. Commercial or home-baked breads freeze well. Commercially baked bread may be frozen in its original wrapping if it's to be used within one to two weeks. For longer storage to maintain treshness, overwrap the package with vapor-proof material such as foil, freezer paper or plastic wrap or bags. The single person or small family may find it advantageous to separate a loaf of bread into smaller amounts before wrapping and freezing. Make packets of the size that can be used within a couple of days. Bread which is allowed to mold adds to the food budget. Home-baked breads to be frozen should be cooled to room t e m p e r a t u r e , then wrapped in vapor-proof materials. Baked biscuits and muffins can be stacked in rigid c o n t a i n e r s , wrapped and sealed for freezing. Place a piece of wrapping material between each for easier removal. Bread thawing is an important factor in maintaining freshness, too. Thaw commercially frozen bread in its wrappings at room temperature to prevent condensation of moisture on the surface. Slices can be thawed in the toaster, watching carefully that the bread does not brown. Thaw or reheat other frozen baked goods in their wrappings. If wrapping can't be heated, unwrap, place in a paper bag and reheat at 350 degrees. By Vivian Brown AP Newsfeature Writer Although long-time beauty expert Lucille Bouchard studied to be a school teacher in her native Montreal, and became instead an electrolysis technician, she is using her teaching abilities to make young people more aware of their grooming needs. In addition to conducting beauty seminars for New York State's Board of Cooper- alive Education (BOCES), a program that helps potential dropouts learn a trade as they attend regular classes, she treats and comforts a great many young people who have extreme hair and skin problems. "The incidence of excess hair growth on girls' bodies has increased fifty-fold in the last few years," she notes. "Some girls have hair lines that grow almost to their eyebrows, others have hair on their faces." Such problems have existed in other generations, but many people are baffled as to the cause of the large increase in excess hair growth, she comments. In her opinion it is caused by overexposure to the sun--excess hair is nature's way of protecting the. skin, but she says in many instances the problem is hereditary or caused by glandular disturbances. * * * MANY YOUNG p e o p l e make the hair problem worse by treating it themselves with bleaches and waxes or by shaving the skin or tweezing the hair. Mrs. Bouchard warns young people to consult doctors if they need hair removal as there are many inexperienced people doing electrolysis work. Some doctors may consider such treatments epensive and tedious, but Mrs. Bouchard feels every woman wants to be pretty and the greatest morale builder for a woman is to be ad- mired." This beauty consultant often has to start from scratch and teach her clients to wash their faces properly. In doing so, she explains that skin is, the largest organ of the body, and that its real food comes from within by activation of the skin. Exercise, warm water, ice. and applying cream or patting the face will bring blood to the surface that will nourish the skin. When she suggests a cream for problem skin, it is applied after the pores have been opened with hot towels. In teaching the BOCES group, she stresses personal grooming because "they may never go into the beauty business doing nails and hair, but at least I will have taught them how to be well-groomed for their own satisfaction." Births Harper, Mr. snd Mrs. Larry Gay, 406 Mth St., W. Apt. 1, May 11, boy. Szerokman, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Grant, 303 Third St. Glasgow, May 11. boy. Buckner, Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Jo. seph, Rt. 6, May 12, boy. ®®®®^^ Shop Mondays and Fridays 10 to 9 Other weekdays 10 to 5 LOOK WHAT KINGSLEY'S CREATED FROM THE RIB! EASY CARE COORDINATES IN COTTON-POLYESTER AND COTTON FOR FALL 72 »ir..»*i«|i*"»"""il«"ill l iVrti«l- Kingsley has gotten it all together for fall 72 with their great looking group of corduroy seperates! All in a host of easy care fabrics of polyester and cotton or 100% cotton. So nice to be seen in and so nice to own. All in yummy colors of Green, Plum and Pink, just the right colors for Fall. So stop in first thing Monday morning and select your favorites from our collection of "Right-On Kingsley Sportswear." It's a fashion must for the first sign of cool weather. Turtle neck sweater, sizes 36-40 12.00 Pot Holder Vest, sizes S-M-L 12.00 Jacket, sizes 8 to 14 24.00 Blouse, sizes 8-14 4..... 14.00 Fonts, sizes 8-14 16.00 Shorts,sizes8-14 ......................... 8.00 5 Skirt, sizes 8-14 12.00 ^ Tapestry Vest, sizes 8-14 16.00 SPORTSWEAR--Second Floor PRICE SUE ENTIRE STOCK OF SPRING SUMMER SHOES FOOTS AVER AND JOHANSEN REGULARLY TO 30.00 15.00 LIFE STRIDES AND SBICCA REGULARLY TO 21.00 10.00 NATURALIZER AND PARADISE KITTENS REGULARLY TO 25.00 12.00 SANDLERAND S.R.O. REGULARLY TO 20.01) 9.00 AMERICAN GIRL REGULARLY TO 17.00 8.00 SHOE SALON--Street Floor one HENSON KICKERNICK ANNUAL DIVIDEND SALE buy 3 at one time; at once a year savings! \ 8. r A. NYLON BRIEFS Easy care briefs that wash and dry in a wink. Nylon for cool comfortable wearing. Sizes 4 to 7 in pink, beige, blue and white and sizes 8-9 in white only. Stock up now and save. B. NYLON BIKINIS Nylon low cut bikinis for cool summer wearing. They wash and dry with no trouble. So take advantage of our sale and stock up at great savings. Sizes 4 to 7 in white only. C. COTTON BRIEFS Skimpshamp cotton briefs that ·wash and dry like a dream. Stock that wardrobe now at great savings during our sole. They feature the elastic waist ond leg bands. Sizes 4 to 7 and sizes 8 to 9 in white only. SIZES 4-7 REG. 7.85 3/4.90 SIZES 8-9 REG. T.95 3/5.15 SIZES A-7 REG. 1.75 3/4.50 SIZES 4-7 REG. US 3/3.05 SIZES 8-9 REG. 1.25 3/3.25 LINGERIE--Second Floor £#^^ I i

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