The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah on October 1, 1971 · Page 6
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6A Standard-Examiner, Friday, Oct. 1,1971 POLLY'S POINTERS Converted Vanify Bench Becomes Desk for Typing the machine on valid's servirij By POLLY CRAMER DEAR POLLY—It is often necessary for me to do typing in bed. I used to learn back against a bed chair and place a wooden in- tray. After breaking two of these, the only replacement I could find was a metal one and it was much too noisy. I finally invented one by cutting the legs off an old vanity bench so it was the right height. NO SLIPPING The upholstered top keeps the typewriter from slipping and from being so noisy and the lowered bench is also handy for holding my scissors, thread, etc., when I am sewing or embroidering while in bed.— Mrs. B.A.H. DEAR POLLY—I hope someone can tell me how to successfully cover an old- POLLY—Theresa small brush to fashioned window fabric.—V.E.F. shade with DEAR Peeve is POLLY—My that I have Pet sent Pointers to you at the address given in our local paper but they never get printed and may never get out of the paper's office for all I know. Does this problem exist elsewhere? Those make cute clown type pajamas. to "Dear Polly" are not the only ones either.—Mrs. H.L.M. DEAR MRS. H.L.M.—No one regrets more than I do that all the pointers so generously sent in ,by readers cannot be printed. I do wish it was possible to use each and every one but as space is limited we have to coming as that is the way to keep the column going.—Polly DEAR could use a apply a coat of clear shellac to the taper candles that she uses for decoration only and her worries about drooping will be over. TAPERS WON'T DROP I did this three years ago and mine stand straight as ever wiih 'no bending from the heat.—Josie DEAR POLLY—I use a clean empty detergent bottle with a push-pull top so as to avoid a sloppy mess when filling my power lawn mower with oil. The oil comes out slowly and is easily controlled so there is no more mess when oil is added to my power mower.—Donald DEAR POLLY—I use fee one- piece blanket sleepers with feet for my baby. These are expensive so when they become too short. I lengthen them by cutting off the feet at the ankle and then crochet or knit a strip as Jong as needed onto the leg and then sew the foot back on. 1 also patch worn places with different colors and .sizes to Old blanket slespers or terry cloth make good patches.—Mrs. LIT. DEAR POLLY—My asphalt tile -kitchen floor is composed of 8 x 8-inch red and white squares and is easy to care for when wax is already on it but when I strip the wax off or if it wears j EASY DOES IT —White and brown pebble knit sweater and skirt sashed in brown suede is from new fall collection. The skirt is gathered gently at the waist to give movement without fullness. CLASSIC DISH Pancake Lasagne's Strictly American By AILEEN CLAIRE NEA Food Editor Each Italian cook has a special recipe for basic dishes learned from mothers and grandmothers. . . . A true American departure from the classic lasagna is a Super-Stacked Pan cake Lasagna. It combines 9-inch round pancakes with fillings of ground beef, tomato paste and cottage, Mozzarella and Parmesan cheese. Top with slices of avocado and ripe olives and serve with a refreshing salad. SUPER-STACKED PANCAKE LASAGNA 1 pound ground beef % cup chopped cnion 1 clove garlic, minced 1 f6-ounce) can tomato paste % cup water T-Dress Dashing Pauline Trigere, has introduced a new short dress-culotte called the T-dress. Young and dashing, it goes from light tweed for daytime to the elegance of black velvet edged in silver fox, worn with yards and yards of silver fox boa. Eagles Auxiliary Plans Open House Members of the Eagles Auxiliary are invited to an open house and tea in honor of the state president, Mrs. Shirley Beech. The event will, be held Sun day from 3 to 5 p.m. in the Aerie Hall. State visitation to Sugarhouse will be held Monday. A bus will leave the Aerie Hall at 7 p.m. Fnr reservations call Mrs. Bessie Phedell, 3992868. 1, teaspoon oregano % teaspoon basil: . V 2 teaspoon salt 4 (9-inch) pancakes, prepared from pancake mix-* " 1 cup large curd cottage cheese 1 cup shredded Mozzarella cheese 1 tablespoon grated Parmesan cheese Brown beef with onion, and garlic in skillet; add tomato paste, water and seasonings; simmer 15 minutes.' Place one pancake in bottom of 9-inch round cake pan or 9- incti oven-proof skillet. i Spread with y 4 -cup c9ttage cheese, %-cup meat .mixture and 3 /4-cup shredded cheese. Repeat layers until all pancakes are used, ending with meat and cheese. Sprinkle top with Parmesan cheese. Bake at 375 degrees 25 to 30 minutes. Garnish with avocado slices and ripe olives if desired. Cut in wedges. Makes 6 servings. (*About 1 cup dry pancake mix needecL) DELICIOUS — Super-stacked pancake lasagna is tomato-cheese-meat U.S. version. The Flippy Two-Piece Dress select those that seem of the!off and I have to wash the floor, most general interest at ihs - h " -<"' "™°~^" ™t« +h*> white time. Persistence does pay off as this one of yours hit the jackpot We also regret not being able to answer letters personally but that, too. is impossible at 'this time. Keep! those greatly appreciated letters I _ red "bleeds" into the white squares and it is very difficult to clean. Does someone have a solution for this?—Mrs. J.P. You will receive > dollir if Fully Uses your favorite homtmaking lo>i. i A BY WARNER'S* THE BELIEVABLE ALL-DAY GIRDLE The most comfortable control fabric you've ever worn! It's Warner's specially knitted long- stretch Lycra powerknit. Slim 'n Smooth's. extra firm control is definitely right for today's fashion silhouette. Control where you need it most. . . at 1he hips, thigh, seat and tummy. The real pleasure is the actual, all day wearing comfort. Due to the fabric's extra stretch in all directions. $14 XL $15 RED M NY£ CO GREATEST NEWS IN PRINT 20 00 Fluid and flippy ... the two-piece dress makes fashion news. Lusciously flowing and clingy 100% Arnel jersey in look-at- me prints will take you. anywhere this Fall. Two smashing styles to choose from ... a short sleeved dog collar tunic with a flip skirt or a fan sleeved V-neckline tunic with a flip skirt. Junior sizes. Charlies' Scene, second floor. On Sale Saturday 10 A.M. Check List Bargains Sorry, no mail or phone orders, please reg. 3.00-17.50 jewelry !/3 Off Austrian crystal in necklaces and earrings. Colors Only. Many styles. . Jewelry, Main Floor w .- " "' * * * reg. 7.99-13.99 dresses Vz price Junior, misses, and half size.dres- ses in assorted styles and colors. Budget Dresses, Lower Level reg. 5.98-19.98 maternity wear 3.00 A small group of maternity wear consisting of blouses and dresses in solids and prints. Only 16 pieces. Maternity Shop, Second Floor reg. 27.98-59.98 dresses Vz price reg. 8.98-36.98 jr. sportswear '/a off Assorted group of junior sportswear in-fall styles. Limited numbers in broken si.?es. ' College Corner, Mezzanine Excellent selections in polyester and wool dresses. Dressy and casual styles. In smart fall fashions and colors. Sizes 8 to 20. Third Floor Apparel reg. 7.00-9.00 pants !/i price Boys' slacks in several colors. Stripes with flare bottoms. .Sizes 8 to 12.H Boys Shop, Second Floor reg. 18.98-25.98 dresses y* price Choose from an assortment of junior size dresses in many exciting styles and colors. Modern Sophisticates, 2nd Floor reg. 3.99 blouses and skirts price Cotton blouses and skirts in a variety of colors to choose from. Sizes: 12 to 16. Budget Sportswear, Lower Level - reg. 4.00-8.00 girdles 2.99 A good buy on parity girdles in firm or light control. Most sizes. Budget Slirnwear reg. 6.00-9.00 bras V* price A good .selection of bras in softer slightly contoured cups. White and assorted colors. Broken sizes. Slirnwear, Mezzanine reg. 1.00 Irish linen towels 79c This is the sharpest selection of kitchen towels, in most original designs and colors. "* Gift Gallery, Mezzanine reg. 1-2.98-22.98 dresses V* price Don't miss this sale of dresses in misses and half sizes. A good selection of fajl styles.' Modern Sophisticates, 2nd Floor reg. 19.98-31.98 jr. dresses l /2 price A nice selection of dresses in polyester knits and some jersey. Various colors in prints and solids. Junior sizes. Jr. Dresses, Second Floor reg. 9.98 robes 6.99 Cotton and nylon robes in assorted colors and prints. Completely washable. Girls' sizes 8 to .14. • Girls' Shop, Second Floor reg. 4.50-13.9S assorted pictures 2.98-8.98 Small sized, handsomely framed pictures in assorted subjects. Perfect for wall groupings. Gift Gallery, Mezzanine reg. 7.50 children's music box 4.98 -Darling China music boxes, topped with colorful figurines, matching individual nursery rhymes. Limited supply. Gift Gallery, Mezzanine reg. 8.98-16.98 sportswear Vi price A selected group of sportswear in a variety of fabrics, styles am? colors. Broken sizes. Mainfloor Sportswear reg. 9.98-29.98 sportswear Vi price Good selection of pants, blouses, skirts, knickers and coordinates. Assorted frabrics. Fall' shades. Sizes 8 to 16. Fashion Sportswear, Main Floor O G D E N '.*. ''*,

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