Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana on December 4, 1965 · Page 3
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DEAR ABBY ... Doctor Is Human Enough To Like 'Thank You/ Too SATURDAY, DEC. 4, 1965, lake Charles American Press3 Craft For Christmas, YOUTHFUL FASHIONS—While accessories featured in shops include visor cap, shoulder-slrap bag, boots, umbrella and iexiured stockings. Easy-to-clean leather-like items are ideal, rain or shine. Tho bright white look has become the mosi popular coordinate concept in youthful fashions for fall and winter. you that his hair is longer than i or but he seems like a decent his mother's, I am not putting)sort. He came to us and asked for her hand like a gentleman. My wife says we should sign you on. He is all boy, but he docs help his mother in the kitchen, peeling vegetables, drying dishes, carrying out garbage, etc, Thi3 morning I found a hair about nine inches long in my breakfast food. It was his! (His mother has red hair, he and gel her married so we won't have to worry about her anymore. I say she should know him longer because I'm afraid this marriage won't stick and we'll have her back in a year with a kid. She's only gone with him think Ihis is reason enough to j make him cut his hair? GREENVILLE DAD DEAR DAD: If the hair was NINE inclws long, there's a bet- y ou don't ion. By ABIGAIL VAN BUREN DEAR ABBY: I don't have much of a problem, but I would like your opinion on this, When I paid my doctor bill, I enclosed a little note to my doctor telling him how much I appreciated his services. A friend of mine said I was foolish for doing such a thing— that all a doctor was interested in from his patients, was the !ee. I can't believe that. I thought he was such a wonderful doctor because of what did for me and I wanted him to know how I fell. Did I do wrong? MRS. R DEAR MRS. R.: Not hi MY book. Doctors are people, and they do more than "sffll" Ibeir services. A good doctor gives comfort, compassion, encouragement, hope and peace of mind. You can pay for shots, pills, i . ....... treatment and surgery. But the' daughter who has been a hand- ! being unfaithful In me. At first. only way to express appreci-: fu ' ever since she was 13. , he deniscl it. but 1 badgered ation for that which isn't on (he j She is very big for her age, | him until he finally broke down I bill is a simple "thank you." j and bov crazy. The good Lord and confessed everything. ter reason. But since made a deal with him, welch. Just make him wear a hairnet when he helps his mother in the kitchen. DEAR ABBY: My wife and I disagree on a very serious mat- WORRIED FATHER DEAR FATHER: I hope your wife listens to you. Of all the reasons to sign for a 15-year- old to marry, the poorest. your wife's is DEAR ABBY: I have always heard that "confession" was good for the soul. Well, perhaps it is. But it is bad for the marriage. ter. We have a 15-year-o 1 d j I suspected my husband of a (P.S. But don't forget to enclose your check.) DEAR ABBY: After a lot of discussion, we finally made a deal with our son and are letting him wear his hair the way he wants to. When I tell is surely watching over her or she'd have been in trouble more than once. A fellow who is 22 wank to marry her, and she wants to quit school and marry him. She needs our signatures. The man is a common labor- He begged to be forgiven and! I told him I forgave him. But' it. has ruined our relationship. Although neither of us refers to it, in our most Intimate moments, this woman forever sleeps between us. SORRY I ASKED - , • *'< '<.« i»* <•" I- You can case Santa's workload, cut your gift budget and pleasa your friends by making sets of these cutlery, holder^ It's simple. Remove the top ends from three tin-coated steel sot" drink cans. Apply glue to the cans, cover them with burlap and then paint on decorative tranches with any type of water paint. To make the mat, cut a circle of heavy cardboard about eight inches in diameter, apply glue and cover with burlap. You can make as many sets aa you like since convenient cans for soft drinks are plentiful in most households. Ideas for Hors D'Oeuvres da Allen and Mrs. Bonnie Granger. The business meeting will be presided over by John Treme, Elton PTA president, according to Mrs. R. S. Putnam, pro- With the holidays rapidly approaching, it's a review some of good lime to Ihe do's and don'ts of enterlaining, particularly for a 5 or 6 p.m. get- together or dinner party. Plors d'oeuvres are "ice breaker" at a party, so make them conversation pieces. At a dinner party, they should set the stage for the dinner to follow. Hors d'oeuvres for an informal dinner might be do-it-yourself cocktail - size kebobs; for a formal dinner — assorted STARS Motional Head of Camp K^Jf JL A. A..*.^.**-/! ABOVE us Fire Girls to Speak i canapes. Plan a variety of hors By CARROLt RIGHTER FOR SUNDAY, DEC. 5, WS wtldci lo pri ! Mrs. Charles F. Bedford, president of the national coucil | of Camp Fire Girls, will be guest speaker at the annual I meeting of the Sowela Area: 19) Monetary i Council of Camp Fire Girls. The meeling will be held on Dec. 7 at 7:30 p.m. at the LaGrange Senior High School cafeteria. A native of California, Mrs. Bedford calls Fort Worth, Tex. home. She has three daughters, two of whom are married and the third is at the Sarbonne in All registered adult members of Camp Fire Girls and interested friends are welcome at the meeling. Reserv a t i o n s should be made at the Camp Fire Girls office. mailers con be rather difficult, but If you think blq, you arc able to accomplish what you desire. Be very careful where practical matters are concerned. Show you have wisdom. , TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) While you want to get ahead much faster by taking on new ventures, take care you do not destory what you hava so carefully built up for so long. Pay mora attention to dress. Manners ars also very Impor- "oEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Full concentration upon how to get more accord with associates Is wise now. Have that happy accord you like. Be of assistance to one who needs you very much ° t MOON ti CHfLDREN (June 22 to July 21) France. Show some real friend that you are truly I to be relied upon when help Is most need- Mrs. cd, despite tension?. Steer clear of the social rtahf now. These affairs can bring [fjg arguments, etc. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Concentrate upon what should be done to gain the support of powerful Individuals. Bo like Cm- purnla In all things — above reproach. Higher-ups are not In a flood mood — don't antagonize. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) B« sure to finish worfclna on that rather tiresome ob befora you go out with good friends. New acqualntonca may talk a good line. Be wise and slick with older pals Instead. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Deep thought Is required If you are to make blq headway with new Ideas in mind. Do nol jump lo conclusions. Use logic In- ili?ad of going by Intuition so much today. SCORPIO ("Oct. 23 lo Nov. 21) Concentrate upon how best lo utillie your oner- oy and please powerful Individuals, those ||\c CI'OUp In command. Be loyal to trlcnds. Pul oil . , £ , ' until tomorrow proposals mode bv as- ILL HI in.! SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 71 to Dec. 31) It . . -, . Is better to carry through with dullcs on ; tflft Committee in r Oil \\0rtll; finnd and postpone until later some l/ltle trip or other. Live the Golden Rule. Oth- «rs ore observing you closely. (CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 lo Jan. 20) Whatever you had planned for th» day may have to be changed somewhat, but It Is tor the good. Some hobby may seem complete, to Revisions may be neces- •ary, also. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Fen. 19) Patience Is th« keynote to getting home nffalrs mora pleasant than they hava been for some time. Think out how in get ahead faster. Rid yourself of stumbling blocks. PISCES (Feb. 20 to March 20) Taking particular care on the road, walking, etc., Is very Important or you get In trouble, also In talking with others. Get out to church. Forget those regular routines until Ihe morrow. "The Stars Impel, they do not compel." What you make of your lite is largely up ->U! d'oeuvres; some hot, cold, spicy, plainly flavored; perhaps one cheese, one fish, one meat. You can plan on each guest eating approximately three hors d'oeuvres or canapes. Canapes should be small, no more than a bite or two and very appealing to the eye; that means a garnish, which can be an indication of what's underneath. If you serve a spread, put it on an attractive dish or tray: surround with crackers; and let the guests help themselves. This is not only a time-saver for the hostess, but makes sure that the crackers will be crisp. Arrange hors d'oeuvres on a variety of serving dishes using wood, wicker baskets, china or The Lake Charles Alumnae j metal trays . Chapter of Delta Sigma Thetaj When arranging canapes, do Sorority will hold its annual j not overlap them, and garnish Christmas Toy Dance Monday, | the platters or trays with rad- Christmas Toy Dance To Be Held Dec. 6 spread is a good consistency and well seasoned. Arrange beverages for quick and easy service at one end of the room and be sure there is plenty of ice. Have handy — cocktail size linen or paper napkins, coasters, and small paper plates for canapes, and hot hors d'oeuvres. Arrange trays and dishes of tiors d'oeuvres around the room so your guests will circulate as they eat. Here are two quite different recipes for your entertaining in good "taste"; one is hot and one is cold. ROQUEFORT ROYALS 24 round crackers 1 (6'/t ounce) can crabmeat, rinsed, drained and finely flaked (l l /z cups) 1 cup crumbled Roquefort cheese 2 tbsps. chopped chives, fresh, frozen or freeze- dried Vi tsp. paprika 2 tbsps. heavy cream \2 cup commercial sour cream Place crackers on cookie sheet which has been covered with brown paper. Combine next 4 ingredients. Moisten with cream. Toss lightly with fork. Mound on crackers. Top with about 1 teaspoon sour cream. Broil about 10 inches from source of heat for 3 to 4 minutes. Serve hot. Makes 24 canapes. '•i cup dry white wine , 1 (10'i-oz.) can condensed \ beef consomme' j 1 (3-oz.) pkg. mixed vcgeta-j ble or celery flavor salad gelatin mix 2 tbsps. wine vinegar Vt cup cold water 8 medium - sized whole cooked shrimp 8 walnut halves 6 tiny fluted circles or stars cut oul of pimiento snack crackers Soften cheeses at room temperature. Combine first 5 ingredients and blend thoroughly on medium speed of eleclric mixer until smooth. Gradually stir in wine. Turn onto a large sheet of waxed paper. Roll into a loaf 8 inches long x 2V* inches wide. Seal waxed paper at both ends and "wrap securely in foil. Refrigerate for several days to develop flavors. PTA Christmas Pageant Monday ELTON — A Christmas pageant will precede the December meeting of the Elton High . School PTA tonight. 18 ram chairman. The program is to begin at Pour two cups cooking red wine in n saucepan. Acid four anu iiigii^iiuoi L-iio.ua, *»""S| c ,ip S cranberries and two cups with selected students Irom the I ' ' third grade classes. ; of su S ar - Put ovcr low ncat and It will be directed by Isaac l slir unlil su .8 ar dissolves. Cook Pillion, vocal instructor, and j covered until the berries burst. Mrs. Eva Boullion, Mrs. Wan-! Chill well. Makes one quart. 7:30 p.m. in the auditorium, and will feature the elementary and high school chorus, along ORDER BY PHONE GHARIIES, 100,000 Items at Your Fingertips! Bedford has served on |8 p _ m _ ( at Ball - s Auditorium. The dance will feature "The Soul Senders." Proceeds from the dance will be used to provide toys for small children in the local elementary schools, a spokesman for the sponsoring organization said. Worm United Fund budget committee for a number of years and is currently serving as a vice president of that organization's board. She is president of the Literacy Council in Fort Worth and is active in Phi Beta Kappa. i Her Camp Fire experience includes serving as chairman of ish "roses, parsley, half hard- cooked egg with a dab of caviar or other attractive tidbits. When serving a dip, select a cracker that is crisp, firm enough to hold the dip, and bite size. The flavor of the cracker should be compatible with the dip. And be sure the dip or PARTY STEALER 2 (3-oz.) packages cream cheese 2 Ibsps. buller or margarine 1 cup finely graled Goucla cheese 2 cups finely grated Gruyerc cheese 1 cup finely graled sharp Cheddar cheese local council; chairman of the first organized district committee in Fort Worth; and she served as the first and only woman president of the council. She is currently serving on the Camp Fire Girls regional committee in Region IV, which comprises Louisiana, Texas, Oklahoma, New Mcxiti and Arkansas. She has al» served as treasurer for the Re- to YOU Carroll Rlghter's Individual Forecast for your sign for December Is now ready. For your copy send your birthrate and 11.00 to Carroll Rlghter Forecast Laku Charle: lyw< American Press, Box 1921, Hoi" California. National B o a r d for several years. This will be Mrs. Bedford's first visit to Lake Charles and to this parl of the region since her eleclion to Uie National of- i fice of President. I MORTGAGE LOANS 6% PER YEAR PLUS CREDIT LIFE INS. UP TO 10 YEARS TO REPAY On your home, farm, lot or acreage. Consolidate all of your debts into one small monthly payment. COMPARE; THIS EXAMPLE; Call or writo today. Mo. Payment! Now A represented will Aufo^.....^..,..... ^.oo call on you at your $=$" .v;.V.v.V.V.'.V;.v: 15.00 bouu,ityoft*.. D 7; T ;:::;;;;;;5— wofl . w NO CHABUK MJK Monl|lly paymcnt a { tei . consolidation THIS SERVICE. wjth us (m|y $IU1 a montht PLAN IPESTMEHTS :s 433-6935 ECIPES FAVORITE FRUIT CAKE STUFFED-DATE DROPS V] ib. candied pineapple 3 eqqs u cup suqar 1 Ib. pecan halves 1 cup lifted flour 1 teas, baking powder U teas, sail 1 Ib. pitted dates Vi Ib. candied cherries Sift toqether flour, bakinq powder and soil. Add lo cup up Iruits. Beat eqgs, arid suqar to eqgs, then odd to fruit mixture. Add pecans, mix well. Pack Into qreased lube pan. Bak» electrically ot 275" about l"i hours. STRAWBERRY DELIGHT SALAD OR DESSERT 1U cups sifted oil purpose flour v» isp. bakinq powder <i tsp. soda '< tsp. sail ',» cup dairy sour cream large pkg. . ttrawberry gelatin cup balling water Two U-oi. illced i s». birrles, Ib. 4*1 crushed pineapple/ drained l medium bananaj, mashed . 1 cup coanlty chopped nuts t cup sour cream On* 8-01. pkg. cream cheese 1 Ib. (about 70) pitted dolts 1 3-ot. pkg. pecan halves '4 cup shorteninq '« cup medium-brown sunor 1 eqq stuff dotes will) nut halves. Thoroughly cream shorten- ina, suqar; beot in enq. Sill together dry ingredients; o^d alternately wilh sour cream lo creamed mixture. Stir In dales. Drop onto greased cooky sheet (one dare per cooky). Bake electrically at 400 degrees, 8 to 10 minutes. Cool. Top with Golden Frosting. GOLDEN FROSTING j cups sifted confectioner's tugar About 3 Tbsps. water '•i cup butler or margarine *i tsp. vanilla Lightly brown butter; remove from heat; Gradually beat In sugar ond vanilla. Slowly add wafer till of »preadlna consistency. This can be tinted red or green for holiday*. HOT SPICED PERCOLATOR PUNCH In large bowl stir gelatin In boiling water until dissolved. Add strawberries with luice, drained pineapple, bananas and nuls. Pour one-half of this mixture Into 15x8x2 Inch container ond refrluerale until firm. Soften creom cheese and combine with sour cream. Soread evenly over Chilled layer; gently spoon on re- mafnlnq half of strawberry mixture. Chill. Cut Into squares and serve on lettuce leaf. Serves 12. 2U CUPI plneapplt lulce Hi cups woler 2 CUPS cranberry luice 1 Tbsp. whole cloves 'i Tbsp. whole allsalce sticks cinnamon, broken Up. salt cuo brown sugar liqhtly pocked Put pineapple luice, water and cranberry luice In lower part of an 8 to 10 cup electric percolator and the rest of inqredienls In the basket. Perk lor 10 minutes, or until spices permeate. Serve hot in mugi or punch cups. Make] I lo 10 seryinos. 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