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The Patchogue advance. (Patchogue, N.Y.) 1885-1961, January 05, 1961, Image 10

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JOH AN S EN'S 12\ S fl ^tff .1 *^H^ Regularl y to 18.95 5 ^ S^A M J F ENNA JETTICKS f*B9 I ^^^^-_M_^^^\^ Formerly to 13.95 5 s 1 [ Fabulous savings on famous make MANNEQUINS 3|»9 5 8 t t e , Formerly to 13.95 ¦ B footwear for our regular customers. 5 . Most wanted leathers and colors . WEDGES and FLATS 5\ * Discontinued Styles from 5 ARCH PRESERVER SHOE STORE i 52 EAST MAIN STREET PATCHOGUE , N. Y. ¦ Open Monday and Friday Evenings ¦ I SHOP WITH CONFIDENCE — MEMBER PATCHOGUE MERCHANTS DIVISION S \ FRESH SEA FOOD ^* S&si I 1 RECEIVED DAILY C^V / >>S\ \ | HOT FISH DINNER (Ml/SX * 4 COOKED TO ORDER <tfr » \-\ - M^O-Y ? < PHONE IN—N O WAITING & 5&& ^^^ ^ w ^\* I \ with Cold Slaw , Frenc h Fries , ^^ *=^ ? 4 Tartar Sauce UP—Complete * \ SOUTH BAY FISH MARKET ; 4 \W here You Buy Only the Finest Sea Food\ \ J 50 SOUTH OCEAN AVENUE, PATCHOGUE — GRover 5-1595 ? W^^^^^^^^^^^^ w^^^^^^^^^^^ ,/ Activities of I nterest in Patchogue Dr. and Mrs . Aider ) T. Stuart , their son , David , and their daugh- ter , .Jacqueline , of Rose Avenue , and their son-in-law and daughter , Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hedges of Brentwood , spent the Christmas holidays w i t h Mrs. Stuart ' s parents , Mr. and Mrs. Webb Ed- wards , in Franklinville. Return- ing with them for a visit was Mrs. Greff Allen of Hamburg. The Patchog ue Unit of the Home Extension Service will meet at 10 a. in. Tuesday. Mrs. Fortuna Yannaeone will give a talk on \Easier Meals When Company Comes. \ Lessons in chair caning and smocking will be given Jan- uary 17. The Patchogue Advance is on sale at: Patchogue Stationery, Pat ' s Market , Fessler ' s Delicates- sen. Pearl' s Delicatessen , Jimmy ' s Corner Store and Rimi' s Lunch- eonette in Patchogue. — Adv. Delta Delta Sorority assisted the Patchogue Elks Club on December 17 at the Elks ' annual Christmas party for the children of Little Flower House of Providence Wad- ing River , held at the Elks Club- house on East Main Street. Be- sides helping to serve dinner for the children , the girls also brought Christinas presents , bought by the sorority. Girls who attended were Ellen Budd , Grace Pino , Joan Zabrowski , Nancy Swan , Joan Mannino , Nikki Mannino , Geri Merkin , Linda Lang, Rita Crociet- ta , Michele Funaro , Lois Schwinge Carol Bonanno , Carrie Baker , Ruth Ann Palermo , Patricia Al- ercio. Donna Benincase , Frances Brandi , Gail Vocht , Carole Car- damone , Joanne Stephani , Rut h- anne Safranic , Anne Ardolina , Jo- anna Rathner and Josephine Sim- ecek . The sorority held its annual Christmas party December 15 at the home of Linda Lang on Cedar Avenue. During the party the girls wrapped gifts which were presented at the Elks ' Christmas party for the children of the party. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Zegel and children , Vikki , Marcia and Ke- vin , of 105 Case Avenue enjoyed an \ open house \ New Year ' s eve gathering at their home. A buffet supper was served and among the guests were Mrs. Vic- toria Petrallia , Mr. and Mrs. Ro- bert Petrallia and daughter , Nan- cy, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Mid- dleton and children , Michael and Michele , Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Palermo and son , Ronnie, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Palermo , Mr. and Mrs. William MacNamara , Al Cafiero and P. Lanese , all of Patchogue . During the week , other dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. Min- ard Zegel and Mr. and Mrs. George Frey of West Sayville; Miss Adele Horton and Mrs. Bar- bara Warner and son , Dan , of Savville: Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wagner and children , Andrew , Jean and John, of Patchogue. Other holiday callers were Mr. and Mrs. Allen Zegel and chil- dren , Stephen , Pam and Peggy, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Zegel and daughter , Kathy, of West Say- ville; Mrs. John Nemis of Farm- ingdale , Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Boerjes and children , Ellen , Bru- ce and Sara , of Patchogue. Mrs. Clara Bronski Peterson , a former Pa tchogue resident , and son , Tod- dy, stopped by on their way home to Bridgeport , Conn., from River- head after visiting Lieutenant Colonel Peterson ' s mother , and stepfather. Col. Peterson , also a former Patchogue resident , is now stationed in Korea. The Patchogue Advance is on sale at: Midway Luncheonette , Minardi' s Delicatessen , Murphy ' s Grocery, Novick' s Super Market and Otto ' s Stationery in Patch- ogue. — Adv. The Women ' s Fellowship of the Congregational church will meet at 1:30 p. m. Monday in the church. Officers for 1961 will be installed by the Rev. Stuart W. Van Cott. The first annual Winter Carni- val Dance for members of the Junior and Senior St. Francis de Sales Confraternity of Christian Doctrine was held last Thursday night, in the parish hall. The hal 1 was decorated with green and white streamers and tables and chairs were set up around the dance floor. Dancing was enjoyed and refreshments were served in the lower hall. John Kienzle and Susan Tackenberg were co-chair- men of the dance. John Kienzle also acted as master-of-ceremon- ies. Chaperons for the evening were Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Scott , Mr. and Mrs. George Mclntyre , Mr. and Mrs. Prank Hauptman and John Foray. The Rev. Joseph E. Dunn , moderator of the con- fraternity, was also present. Constantly arriving at the Tex - tile Shop our new dress and drap- ery fabrics. 62 Railroad Avenue , Sayville . —Adv. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wingard of Washington Avenue were hosts at a famil y reunion on New Year ' s day. Supper guests included Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dittmeier and son , Edward , Mr. and Mrs. Ray- mond Dittmeier and children , Ray- mond , Jr., Robert , Larry and Su- san , Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mac- Donald and children , Judith , Jeff and James , Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hewett and daughter , Beverly , Mrs. Wilma Perry, all of Pa ten- Patchogue , and George Steiger of Freeport. Patchogue Sorosis will enjoy an afternoon of cards Wednesday. The hostesses for the afternoon will be Mesdames Charles N Butler, Jr., and Lloyd E. Peter- son. Miss Mary Rate of Private Road , Medford , and Miss Doris Norton of Patchogue , both regis- tered nurses , have taken a leave from their positions and expect to travel for several months. They left last week for Austin , Texl , to attend the wedding of Miss Dorothy Jackson of Austin and George Taft of Riverhead . M:\ Taft is a cousin of Miss Nor- ton ' s. From there they expect to go to Mexico , Las Vegas , Nev., California and the Ha waiian Islands. Miss Rate is a nurse at Brookhaven National Laboratory Hospital and Miss Norton is a nurse at the Patchogue Medical Group. A card part y will be sponsored by the Original Golden Age Club of Patchogue at 1:30 p. m. Jan- uary 12 at the Four Sisters Com- munity Center. The Patchogue Advance is on sale at: Elbert' s Market , Paul' s Delicatessen , G & G Luncheonette , GUith' s Grocery and Frank' s Gro- cery Store , Mario ' s Stationery, McCarth y ' s Luncheonette and Meyer ' s Delicatessen in Patch- ogue. —Adv. The Senior Lauies ' Aid Society of Emanuel Lutheran Chuich held its Christmas party Decem- ber 28 with a luncheon. Twenty- four members were present. Also present were two guests , the Rev. Robert Wittier of Pittsburgh , Pa., and the Rev. Carl G. Gernannt of East Marion. Christmas carols were sung and gifts were ex- changed. Grace was said before the luncheon by Pastor Gernannt and the benediction was b y Pas- tor Wittier. The program was ar- ranged by the president , Mrs. El- la Oeser , assisted by officers of the society. A daug hter , Michelle, was bor\ December 24 at Brookhaven Me- morial Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Meo of :J33 Oak Street, Mr. and Mrs. Meo have two other daug hters , Jo-Ann and Linda Ma- rie , and two sons , Joseph and Gary. Mrs. Alden T. Stuart recently entertained at a luncheon at the Stuart home on Ro<= e Avenue in honor of the tenth birthday of her daughter , Jacqueline. Afv- r the luncheon the guests attended the movies. Present were Nancy < Tfi uld , Diane Utttey, Barbara Crtr- leton , Diane Schordine , Barbara W ICKS , Virginia Cue , Mary Ann Spavins, .Jo-Anne Aleo and Mar- lene Watts. The Patchogue Advance is on sale at: Robinson ' s Dairy, Nelson s Restaurant , The Picket Luncheon- ette , Sal' s , Delicatessen , Siegal' s Drug Store , Zarua ' s Delicatessen and Martino ' s Deli & Stationery in Patchogue. —Adv. Mr. and Mrs. William Rate ar-d Mrs. Viola Gautiev of Medford and Mrs. Hattie Morris of Fat ehogue will leave for Florida this weekend. Mrs. Morris will visit her son and family in Miami , and Mr. and Mrs. Rate and Mrs. Gautier will stay in New Smyr- na Beach. Mrs. Howard Coleman enter- tained at a birthday party Jai. - uan- 2 at her home on Carman Street. Her guests included her husband , Mrs. Adam Metzler of Lake Ronkonkoma; Mrs. Thorn-' - Long of Savville; Mr. and Mrs. Paul llaase ' of Blue Point; Mi- . Albert Enck un<\ Mi - . Arthu r Weeks of Patchogue. Kveuioi ' guests of Mr. and Mis. f' oiem-v : were Mrs. Mary Adam of Bay Shore and Clarence N ' -\v<- y of Islip Terrace. Guy Wick. - ., III. . -on of Mr. uo o Mrs. Guy Wi< - k- . . ' ) r , of Cr- - ., - ville. Avenue v/ilj arrive tod; y from Vero Beach , Flu., where i. <- has been visiting Mr. - .. Cora Ro- gers and family, formerly of Pat- chogue. Among th<- many place of interest he visited was th e Orange Bowl in Miami during tie - New Year festivities. The Patchogue Advance is on sale at: Goll' s Delicatessen , J & J General Store , John ' s Grocery, Krause Delicatessen , and Mac & Julie Stationery in Patchogue. Elbert Gage of Hewlett Ave- nue returned to Marietta College in Marietta. O., Monday after spending the Christmas holidays with his parents , Mr. and Mrs. Ervin L. Gage. Leroy Jefferson of 45 New Jersey Avenue , Bellport. Miss Baker a granddaughter ox the late Mrs. Addie Sills , is a graduate of Port Jefferson Hig h School and is presently employed with the Suffolk County Depart- ment of Public Works , Yaphank. Mr. Jefferson is a graduate of Bellport High School and Lincoln University, and is presently em- ployed with the Br entwood Schools. No date has been set for the wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Willard J. Rey- nolds of Division Avenue , Blue Point, announced the engagement of their daughter , Miss Suzanne Cecelia Re ynolds , to Michael Tritsch , son of Mr. and Mrs. Jo- seph Tritsch of Gerritsen Avenu e , Bayport , at a famil y party on Christmas day. Miss Revnolds is associated with the Suffolk Tire Company in Bay Shore . Mr. Tritsch , an Airman 2/c , is stationed at Hancock Field , Syra- cuse. The couple plan to be married in Sep tember. j ^ M BRONCO CHARLIE'S f ^ P j Kl ORIGINAL J \ gmg*@ LOG CABIN RESTAURANT % \ y Mj S ^ ^ MONTAUK HIGHWAY OAKDALE | \ CLJ*~* SAYVILLE 4-1132 | I OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK — ALL YEAR ROUND * Tabl e D'Hote Lunches Served I 2 Noon to 3 P.M. J [ * A La Carte Service 12 Noon to 10 P.M. I ? * I I Children ' s Half Portions | * \ JA CK & JILL I < NURSERY SCHOOL | < PATCHOGUE'S NEWEST NURSERY SCHOOL ? 4 • A Home Setting > j # Free Transportation to and from Home ? • A Hot Meal and Two Snack Periods ? < • A Large Play Area — Indoors and Out > 1 Attendance Plans: Full Week or Half Sessions ? i Call Us for Details and Arrangements > 4 GROVER 5-2115 or ATLANTIC 9-136S { J JACK & JILL SCHOOL ? < (Mary Mott , Director) J 4 Lakeview Drive North Patchogue , N. Y. > 4 —WW W WW W WW w wwww« NEW PATCHOGUE STREET MAPS 1960 edition. On sale at Asso- ciated Market , Caprino ' s Station- ery Store , G & G Luncheonette , John Murphy ' s Food Market , Inc., Patchogue Stationery Store , Goll' s Delicatessen and Robert ' s Station- ery Store. Published by The Pat- chogue Advance. Also contains street s in Bayport , Blue Point , East Patchogue , Bellport , Brook- haven , Yap hank and Medford. All this for only 50c. —Adv. DCPCMTI V WFH in S{ - Francis de Sales R. C. IVCV^ LIN 1 Li I VV LuU churc h , Patchogue. were Mr. and Mrs . Herbert Bornsehien. The Rev, Joseph E. Dunn officiated . The bride is the former Miss Winifred Judith Dickerson of Patchogue . —Photo bv Fred Bornschein F D W A R D S—R O W L A N D <, Miss B e t t v A n n Rowland, i dauchter of Mr. and Mrs. William j Allyu Rowland, of Swe;-;ey Street .! Patchogue . became the bride of ; Frederick Ravmond Edwards , son ¦ ' of Mr. and ' Mrs. Robert F. Ed- I wards. Sr.. of 70 Norton Street. ! Patchogue . at . \ p. m. December ; 10 in St. Fram-is do Sales R. C. Church, t ' atchou'uo . The double ; ring ceremony was performed b y. the Rev . Joseph K. Dunn he-foiv ¦ the altar decorated with, white chrysanthemums. The t raditional . woddimr marches were p layed b y the organist who also sang \\Ave j Maiia. \ 1 The bride, who was given in marriage b y hoi father , wort ' a ba 'leviiia-ierut h gown of whito hu'o over tulle. Her crown of poarls and crystals hold her finger- ti n veil. Slio carried a cascade of white loses. Mis> -lean Marie Ostrom of Blue P o int, a cousin of th. e bride , was ir.aid-of-hor. or. She wore an envr- :ild «rre- . n street-length gown and r. whito fur stole . Her headpiece was i>\ rmerald crreer. . She car- ried a cascade bouquet of yellow but ton eh ry >an t hemums. Anthony Reimonte of Patchogue was best man. Th. e ushers were Thomas ]- aiwa rds of Patchogue , a \brother of the bri<h-groom. and Jay C. Rowland. III. cousin of the bride. A recention was held at the Rowaiud home for SO guests. Th. e bride attended Patchogue ..Senior Hi g h School and is em- ployed, b y Duro and Dyne in Fa rmingdalo. The bridegroom is a 1955 grad- uate of Patchogue Hi gh School and is also employed by Duro and Dyne in Farmingdalo. Mr. and Mrs. Edwards are re- siding at 79 West Avenue , Pat- chogue. Mrs. Pearle Rowland of S7 Har- ris Street . Patchogue , grandmoth- er of the bride , celebrated her seventy-fifth birthday at the wed- ding. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Champ lin i<f Northridgo Street , Patchogue , celebrated their tenth wedding anniversary the same day. OLSON—STOBER The Methodist Church at Five Corners in Lake Ronkonkoma was the scene of a Winter wed- ding at 12 noon Saturday when Miss Raorhel St->ber . daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fisenhauer of Old Portion Road. Lake Ronkon- koma. became the bride of Erik J. Olson, son of Mr. ami Mrs. J . Olaf Olson of -\:\ West Ninety- third. Street. New York City. The Rev . V\ illiam J . Boone performed the ceremony before the altar de- corated with bouquets of white ; . 'lowers. S prays of white gladioli and white satin ribbon were on each pew . Tall candle sticks with white candies were also placed b y the pews. Donald Moe played the wedding music on the organ. The bride, who was escorted to the altar hy her brother . George Stober of Lake Ronkonkoma , wore a wedding gown of white hes- which she bad made and designee! herself. !t was made in an old- fashioned s<yle with a fitt ed l>o dice and a high collar with bu« tons, down the front. The lon< .v sleeves came to points at the wrist. The bouffant skirt wa- . floor-length. Her headpiece wa- . a crown of pearlized orange blos- soms and her fintertip veil was of French illusion. She carried a cascade bouquet of white chrysan- themums. Miss Dorothy Stober of Lake Ronkonkoma. a sister of the bride , was maid-of-honor. She wore a white silk chiffon gown with a full skirt and a peacock colored cummerbund. Her peacock velvet crown had a veil and was decorat- ed with rhinestones. Miss Judith LaCagnin of Hicks- ville and Miss Dorothy Preissner of New Hyde Park were the bridesmaids. Their gowns and headpieces were made like that of the maid-of-honor but were peacoc k color. All the bride ' s at- tendants carried cascade bouquets of vellow chrysanthemums. Bjorn Olson of New York City, a brother of the bridegroom , was best man. Edward Pollak of New ork City and Alfred Yendersin of Ronkonkoma were the ushers. Following the wedding cere - mony, a reception was held in the Suffolk House on Pond Road , Lake Ronkonkoma. The bride is a graduate of Port Jefferson High School and received her B. A. degree from Hofstra College. She is doing graduate work in chemistry at Purdue University in Indiana. The bridegroom graduated from a high school in New York City, received his B. S. degree from Cornell University and his M. S. degree from Purdue. He is a bio- chemist and is now working for his Ph. D. at Pu i'due. After a short wedding trip, the newly married couple will return to school and make their home in W T est Lafayette, In d. TERRY—WACH The marriage of Miss Anne M. Wach , daug hter of Mr. and Mrs. Elias Wach of 103 Clay Street , Buffalo , to Arthur Franklin Terry, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur F. Terry, Sr., of Portion Road , Holtsville . was solemnized at 1 p. m. Saturday in the Amherst Community Church in Snyder. The Rev. Olin B. Tracy officiat?d. About 200 guests were present. Given in marriage by her father , the bride wore a full-length dress of Alencon lace with sequin-pearl trim, with a cathedral train. Her waterfall tulle veil and pearl crown were purchased in Paris. France , when the bride made n trip there last Summer. She car- ried a bouquet of white orchids with a cascade of gold ivy. Mrs. Arnold N. Zelman of Eg- gertsville was matron-of-honor. She wore a gold-champagne sheath of satin with bodice and back ski.t panel of chiffon , matching flowers and a cocktail veil. She carried a bouquet of white roses and gold ivy. The bridesmaids were Miss Kn ren A. Krull of Irving, Miss Jean Groff of Lockport and Miss Ruth Jean Fredericks of Lancaster , Pa. They were dressed like the ma- tron-of-honor , and their bouquets were the same. The best man was Ronald Joh n DeVito of Kew Gardens. The ushers were Martin Peter Sassc of Cedarhurst, Charles Henry Zeis of Buffalo , and Leslie Loren Terry of Holtsville. A * cocktail reception was held at the Hotel Sheraton in Buffalo for 200 guests. The music was by the John Rodd Ensemble. The coup le left for the south for their wedding trip. After their return they will re- side at 140 Saunders Road. Buf- falo. The bride received her Master ' s Degree in the Humanities from the University of Buffalo and is on the faculty of Amherst Cen- tral Junior High School in Snyder. The bridegroom will receive his Master ' s Degree in Administration from State University of New York , Buffalo. He is currently on the faculty of Eggert Road School Eggertsville. RIGDON—GRANT Mr. and Mrs . Malcolm B. Grant of Batavia announce the marriage of their daughter , Miss Dee Ann Grant , to Tyrone T. Rigdon. son of Mi\ and Mrs. J. J. Rigdon of West Palm Beach , Fla. The mar- riage took place in St. Paul' s Episcopal Church , Patchogue , De- cember 23. Mrs. Rigdon is presently em- ployed at Commercial Credit Cor- poration , Patchogue. Mr. Rigdon is stationed at the Coast Guard Radio Station , East Moriches. They are residing at Matterson Apartments on Old Neck Road , Center Moriches. Read i n g The Patc h o g u e Advanc e advertisements simplifies shop - ping. —Adv. NOTES ON NUPTIALS Mrs. Agnes Stadier of .. 18 Ma- ple Avenue , Patchogue , announces the engagement of her daughter Miss Ruth Stadier Ruth , to Airman 1/e Frank Mon- 3poli , son of Mrs. Anna Monopoli of 2511 Birney Avenue , Scranton , Pa. Mr. Monopoli is stationed at Suffolk County Air Force Base , Westhampton Beach. No wedding date has been set. Mr. and Mrs. Ral ph Gazzola of East Patchogue announce the en- gagement of their daughter , Bon- Miss Bonita Gazzola ita. to Arthur Nadeau of Cari- bou , Me. Miss Gazzola is a graduate of Seton Hall High School and is employed b y the New York Tele- phone Company, Patchogue. The wedding will take place in the Fall. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Kaffka of Farm-to-Market Road , Farming- ville , announce the engagement of Miss Diane Kaffka their daughter , Diane , to Walter Gormsen , son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gormsen of Hanrahan Ave- nue , Farmingville. Miss Kaffka is a graduate cf Sachem High School , Ronkon- koma , class of 1960 , and is em- ployed by George E. Skidmore , Inc., General Insurance , Patch- ogue. Her fiance is a graduate of Bav- port High School , Class of 1957 , and is employed by Connetquot School District. No date has been set for the wedding- . Mr. an d Mrs. Albert Baier of . Be llport announce the engage- ment of their daughter , Nancy, to John Leroy Alexanderson , son of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy John AI- Miss Nancy Baier exanderson of Garden City and Brookhaven. Miss Baier attends Skidmore College , where she is a senior. Mr. Alexanderson is a senior at Rensselaer Polytechnic Insti- tute and a member of Delta Kap- pa Epsilon fraternity. A June wedding is planned. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lenhart , of East Patchogue , announce the engagement of their daughter , Mildred , on Christmas eve , to Miss Mildred Lenhart Walter Featherstone , son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Featherstone , of Central Islip. The bride-to-be is a senior at Bellport High School and is also studying with the Board of Co- operative Educational Services , to be a beautician. Her fiance is associated with Bedford Installations. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Baker , for- merly of Port Jefferson, announ- ce the engagement of their daugh- ter , Helen Marjorie , to Eugene Jefferson , son of Mr. and Mrs. Engaged 1 Miss Mary Ann Jagiello of Deer Park whose engagement to Robert Adamec of East Pat- chogue was recentl y announced . —LeMien Photo Engagements Prances Johnson This recipe for Chicken Imper- ial , which was given to us by Mrs. Harold Zegel of Case Avenue , Pat- chogue , is simp ly marvelous. Just the sort of dish for a buffet sup- per party—or for any kind of party. And it' s a dish that will make the family especiall y love you when it is made for \just family. \ It is one of those \ shared\ re- cipes , for Mrs. Zegel received it from a friend of her aunt , who lives out of town. So recipes are sort of a friendship chain. Mrs. Zegel , who is active in a number of organizations , is now publicity chairman of the Confra- ternitv of St. Francis de Sales R. C Church , Patchogue. Says Mrs. Zegei , \We all love it. And it can be prepared in advance and served hot or cold. \ By we , Mrs. Zegel means her husband and two daughters , Vikki and Marcia. The Zegels also have a son , Kevin , she month s old , who will soon be enjoying a drumstick , too. Chicken Imperial (Can be served hot or cold) Dip serving size p ieces of a broiler or fry ing chicken in melted butter or oleo , then dip in the fol- lowing mixture and bake (un- covered) for one hour. 1 cup flavored bread crumbs 1 teaspoon garlic salt salt and pepper to taste 1 i cup grated Romano cheese Put in shallow baking dish or broiler pan , not too close together , and bake uncovered in 350 degree oven for one hour. To save clean- ing broiler pan , line it with Rey- nolds wrap. A Pinch of This and A Pinch of That 0i 2^ j[ 80 BROWN S RIVER ROAD ? SAv i 1 le \TT8 8 \ * £ ~^^~, — , — .-.^— + I SUPERFLUOUS— I I —HAIR REMOVAL \ I START THE NEW YEAR J I RIGHT . . . 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