The Paris News from Paris, Texas on October 5, 1960 · Page 6
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THE PARIS NEWS, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 5, 1960 -:^w T/ - T ~^^-^ OUTSTANDING BUSINESS WOMAN TOPS IN FIELD Meet Paris' Outstanding Business Woman of 1960 —Mrs, Ben W. Smith, chief operator for Southwestern Bell Telephone Company from which she received her 40-year service pin, earlier this year. Outstanding Business Woman is the title conferred in the award presented at the Business and Professional Women's Club dinner Tuesday night at The Nicholson House. Starting work in 1919 .for the A. C. Stewart exchange at Pat.tonville, she lias been steadily promoted in the telephone company's traffic department here, being advanced to chief operator in 1953. A native of Roswell, N. M.. and a resident of Paris since 1916, she attended Paris schools and belongs to First Christian Church. A member of the Business and Professional Women's Club and of Altrusa Club, she has held various offices in each, and shares in their civic work. She Is currently co-chairman of the BPWC legislation committee which Tuesday night presented the program, a feature of National Business Women's Week observance here. Flower gardening, presidency of the Urban Women's Home Demonstration Club, and active membership in the Paris Art Club indicate the diversity of her hobbies. VELVET SKYSCRAPER CLOCHE—The crown rises to new dimensions in this skyscraper cloche of boulevard velvet. Stacked with a trio of colors from brim to top, it has great mileage wear for a variety of costumes in different colors. The supple, crease-resistant velvet gives it a colorful, statuesque glow of importance. Velvet Headlines Hats for Autumn Come late summer, when the fashion spirit begins to become a bit jaded, there's no f a s t e r-acting rejuvenating prescription than a velvet hat. Its incomparable rich luster and texture, infest the whole costume with a livley wide- awake look of new fashion awarness. Summer-into-Fall hats o f, boulevard velvet interpret the high, wide and softly feminine silhouette in tall-crowned cloches, often with deftly gathered or pleated brims; bulky piliboxes, and wide-flung Bretons. The upsw e p t tapered line appears in peaked turbans and saucy little topknot caps that tie at the crown tip with a flurry of big bows. The lustrous, pliant quality of velvet is particularly Adaptable to the pleated and tucked crowns and draped brims that achieve the new, tower i n g feeling without an overpoweringly weighty effect, Colors are magnific e n t, in glowing solid shades, or handsome tri-tone blends. And there's no greater cosmetic tonic than velvet's halo of color, as intensely glowing as the heart of a fine jewel, reflecting a special radiance o f beauty upon a woman's complexion. Although the fashion ipact of a velvet hat is extravagant, it's price tag is so decidedly modest that the most sensible budget can cover the luxury of a complete wardrobe in an assorted color array. Let velvet be your new fashion headliner, for the most complimentary story ab o u t you that ever was told! Greener "Thumbs HITCH HIKING INSECTS will come indoors with po 11 e d plants that have summ e r e d outside, unless plants are first given a thorough wash! n g. As added precaution, spr a y with combined insecticide-fungicide, too. That's right, you can save just by driving with Skelly Keotane gasoline. Keotane cleans your engine just by driving and a clean engine delivers better mileage and smoother performance so you can save just by driving. That's Skelly KEOTANE^ gasoline. You can get it at W.E.Walker DISTRIBUTOR 2224 Bonham SU4-919S fxper/encecf service you can trust! YOUNG MODERNS Dancing Gals Want Guys Hip to Stomp By VIVIAN BROWN The newest teen age dance is the Stomp, and to hear the kids tell it. it's destined to replace the Madison. What's the Madison, you say? You're a real square if you don't know —we're told. A boy who isn't up on the new dances doesn't stand a chance with a popular girl these days, says pretty Vila Sabia, 18, of Stamford, Conn. "Most girls do not tike to date a boy who doesn't dance well." How do you do the Stomp? Vita and Bill de Formato, her instructor, gave a demonstration and it looks easy. It's a dance that can be done to any 4-4 or Lindy music. The basic step is this: brush your left foot forward into kick; step on left foot. Touch the right toe behind your left foot; side step to the right. Rock backward on the left foot, then forward on the right foot. The basic slide step goes like this: Brush left foot forward into kick; step on your left fool. Slide your right foot to the left foot, sta m p. Rock backward on your left foot, forward on your ri g h t fool. The Stomp will br i n g couples back on the da n c e floor again, Bill says. The Mad i s o n and other danc e s have been side by side o n single line and dances we r e becoming do-it-yourself exhibitions. Some interpretations of dances including aping t h e •walks of celebrities such as Sinatra, Jackie Gleason. Vita learns the dances, then she teaches them to her sisters and her parents who love t* dance. Cooking Is Fun •y C»tl1y trewnilen* THE BRIDE COOKS DINNER French way of serving!! Baked Fish in Foil or Parchment paper. Ham a la Danlon Fluffy Rice Green Salad French Bread Fruit and Cheese Beverage HAM A LA D ANT ON Ingredients: 4 slices cooked ham (each about 4 by 4 by '2 inch), 2 tablespoons bulter, 1 small onion (minced), 2 tablespoons Hour, 1 cup milk, 1 tablespoon tomato paste, 2 tablespoons dry sherry, W> teaspoon salt, \s teaspoon white pepper. Method: Brown harn lightly on both sides in greased s or 9 inch skillet: add onion and cook until soft but not brown. Stir in flour; add milk; cook and stir over low heat until thickened. Stir in tomato paste, sherry, salt and pepp crddA. ham; reheat. Makes 2 generous servings. No(e If desired 4 slices of cooked boneless pork shoulder butt may be used instead of ham. Any Takers? Well-Known Chops Can you recognize the four most well known lamb chops found in your meat dealer's display case? They are the lamb rib, lamb loin, lamb (blade and lamb arm bone chops. See if you can identify them the next time you do your meat marketing. Cunningham P-TA Group Holds First Meeting of Year Cunningham Parent-Teacher Association conducted its first meeting of the school year recently in the school auditorium with Mrs. Otto Baker, 1960-61 president, presiding. Mrs. Eugene Norwood, serving as fashion editor for the evening, presented officers and committee chairmen in a review of hat fashion, each hat symbolizing positions held by each officer. Officers introduced were Mrs. Baker, president; Mrs. Don W. Norrell, vice pre s ident: Mrs. James D. Norwood, secretary; Mrs. Billy Joe Oats, treasurer; Don W. Xorrell. parliamentarian: .Mrs. C. E. Cooper and Mrs. Hughie Black, reporters. Committee chairmen introduced were Mrs. James E. Jones, program; Mrs. Aimer Norwood, finance; James E. Jones, publicity; Mrs. Claude O'Neal, membership; Mrs. Rollie BohaJl, welfare; Mrs. Clifford Pynes, hospitality; Don W. Norrell, safety and defense, and Harold T. Bell, yearbook. Special music for the program included a piano solo by Janita Ruth Smith, a vocal solo by Neva Jean Norwood and a vocal duet by Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Norwood. During the social hour, refreshments were served to 82 members and guests. Avoid the RUSH... Have your heating equipment checked NOW! Be assured of trouble-free heating this year — arrange now for servicing your GAS heating equipment. Proper service and maintenance will give you years of trouble-free operation and proper heating comfort. Call your Heating Service Dealer or Lone Star Gas Co. 1. Clean hcai exchangers 2. AdjvM burners and pilots S, Check vent draft i. Check automatic conirvl* 5. Oil /an,? and motors 6. Check fillers For floor and wall fnraaees, services 1 through 4 need to be performed — for central tjwferod, out* 'me* 1 through 6. For a nominal charge, have these important services performed! Necessary repair parts end material* txrt induri&t tn tcrvice charge LONE STAR GAS COMPANY By ABIGAIL VAN' BUUEN DEAR ABBY: 1 am a 55 year-old spinster, nnd I want to buy me a husband. You may think it is funny, h u t they are being bought every day. I am not bad looking. I can give him a car of his own, a very comfortable home and n good allowance to do as he pleases and no quest i o us asked. J want a man between 20 and <$<) that doesn't drink. I own 4 houses and n drive-in and have money in the bank. [ am just lonely and there is nothing wrong 'with me. He doesn't have to work if lie doesn't want to and he can sleep as late as he pleases. f am sick o? pretending to be hard to get. I believe in pulling all my cards on the table and 1 want a man who will do the S3me. JUST PLAIN' LONESOME DEAR JUST: With a proposition like yours, you don't need nntiona] advertising. Just tell n few of the local yol<els. Then lino up jiolice protection <o hold back the crowds. DEAR ABBY: I am 16 and a junior in high school. 1 wore braces on my teeth in my freshni a n nnd sophomore years and now the dentist tells 'me I have to keep them on for another year. I absolutely refuse to wetir braces in my senior year. My leeth really aren't that crooked and I am salisfied with them the way they arc' If they didn't straighten out in two years, what good is another year? My father is on the dentist's side and my mother is on my side. Whose side ore you on? HATES BRACKS BEAU HATE;S BKACE.S: t am on (he dentist's side. Your parents sent you to the ilout 1st Iiecnusc they wanted his advice. Now take it and keep your rnnulh closed unlil the dentist (oils you to "Open." DEAR ABBY: When a couple plans a double-ring ceremony, does the girl buy the man's wedding band or does he buy one for himself when he buvs one for her? RON B. DEAR nON B.: If a fiirl wants her future husband lo wear a wedding !:nml, she usually buys it for him. DEAR ABBY: When 1 po out with my boy friend, he never leaves a lip. When [ ask him please lo leave a tip he (ells me that the waitress makes more money than rm does. I am so embarrassed I hate to i<o back to the s a mo place twice. Is he wrong? If so, please (elt him. EMBARRASSED DEAR People who begrudge a waitress a "tip" should eat in a cafcierln or stay home. For Abby's pamphlet, "What Teen-agers Wanl To Know," send 2fic and a large , self -addressed, .stamped envelope in caro of this paper. Ham Glaze Sausage-Apple Rings As an easy yet delightful tasting glaze for a smoked iham, fry this combin-atioa. The glaze is called Orango Glfize. Combine L cup brown sugar, 1 tablespoon flour, 1 teaspoon dry mustard, 1 tablespoon vinegar, 3 tablespoons frozen ornnge juice concentrate and mix well About 20 to Hi) minutes before (he ham is done, spread with the Orange (Haze nnd return to oven lo finish cooking and for glaze to set. &*$ Exhaust Extension 1.19 2-Ceii Flashlight Plastic Raincoats 'lorteriei extra An amazingly low price for this all-metal flashlight with flnsher switch. • Buy several for home, office car. Travel case included. Body Mount Mirror Bathroom Lightweight e 26" Boys' or Girls' I High gloss black bated S| -1 enamel finish. Seat ad- |f g "justs for 8 years and up. 1 Sunbeam Mixer 6-Pc. 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