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February 26, 1976

The Newark Advocate from Newark, Ohio · Page 30

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An October wedding is planned for Beth Ann Sander*, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Sanders, 139 Fairfield Ave., and Chris Fern, son of Mr. and Mrs. John C. Fern, Allison Parkway, Pittsburgh, Pa. The bride-elect is a 1973 graduate of Otterbein College and is a sales representative for Spenley Agencies Inc. Mr. Fern is a 1974 graduate of Capital University and is a service coordinator for Power Regulator Co., Columbus. BETH ANN SANDERS Mr. and Mrs. David A. Moritz, Rt.l, Alexandria, are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Martine Sue, to Robert Earl Cook, son of Mr. and Mrs. James L. Cook, Rt.l, Sunbury. The bride-elect is a 1975 graduate of Northridge High School and Licking County Joint Vocational School. She is employed as a collection secretary at the First National Bank of Newark. Mr. Cook is also a 1975 graduate of Northridge High and LCJVS and is a private first class in the U.S. Marine Corps. A June wedding is planned. MARTINE SUE MORITZ Mr. and Mrs. John S. Durst, 326 Spellman St., Granville, are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Deborah Ann, to Robert Parker Ree, son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin C. Ree, 984 Sharon View Dr. The bride-elect is a 1973 graduate of Granville High School and is a student at Ohio State University Newark campus majoring in elementary education. Mr. Ree is a 1970 graduate of Newark High, served four years in the U.S. Air Force, and is now attending OSUN. A July 17 marriage is planned. DEBORAH ANN DURST An August wedding is planned for Holly Petersilge, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Carl L Petersilge, 856 Shoreham Dr., to Gary W. Hanbaum, son of Mr. and Mrs. James W. Hanbaum, 469 DeerfieM Dr. The bride-elect is a preoptometry and biology major at Baldwin-Wallace College, Berea, Ohio. She also attended Ohio Wesleyan University, Delaware, Ohio. Mr. Hanbaum is a senior at Baldwin- Wallace majoring in accounting. Loss of fiber no worry Ite MtKite, Newvt, 0. n*rsay. Feb. 28, 1S7S 7 Dear Heloise: When I vacuum my carpet a lot of fiber comes out My carpet is new and I am afraid in a short time I won't have any fiber left Mrs. Pat Powell I called the Carpet and Rug Institute. They told me to tell you not to worry; this was common on certain types of carpets. "The fiber you find in your vacuum cleaner is merely loose bits of fiber left in the carpet during manufacturing. "Some yarns tend to sbed fiber* for long periods of time, but you need not feel your carpet is disappearing. The loss of this loose fiber does not affect the life or quality of the carpet." Heloise Dear Heloise: When a recipe calls for melted chocolate, I put the chocolate and a small amount of the shortening that the recipe calls for, in a heavy sauce pan and put the pan on the stove over a low fire. The shortening keeps the chocolate from burning and it is faster and quicker than messing around with a double- boiler Housewife Dear Heloise: To prevent sunburned arms while driving, I purchased a pair of cotton stockings, cut off the feet and used them to protect my arms. Houston Dear Heloise: Try using adhesive-backed paper to cover the bottom of the desk drawer that is rough and causes you to snag your hose. Sure saves on the hosiery bill! Secretary Dear Heloise: Here's a way to give your barbecue grill added beauty. Every now and then wash the outside of the grill with a mild soap, rinse and then put on a coat or two of car wax. This will help prevent it from rusting. Our barbecue is several years old and is still nice and shiny even though it is in constant use Karen Elder Dear Heloise: To ease "pmchy" clasp earrings, cut a small piece of sel-adhenng moleskin and fasten it to the part of the earring that goes behind the ear. These little cushions will last a long time but can be easily replaced. Very inexpensive too! Freda Magargal Dear Heloise: I would like to share my method of cleaning drains in the showers and bathtub. Take a cotton swab and stick it into the drain, being careful to hold firmly to one end Twist around and around in one direction until it begins to tighten up Then gently pull the cotton swab out and the hair will come out firmly attached to the cotton swab. Mrs. Marcus Ledbetter Works, but I found if you would put a piece of nylon net over the drain opening and under the plate with the holes in it, the water will drain through but the net will catch all the hair. Heloise Dear Heloise. When going shopping with a small child, take the strap from the stroller or feeder chair along with you. Strap your child in the seat of the shopping cart. HOLLY PETERSILGE jerry FABRICS for NOW sewing Sew! Save! POLYESTER GABARDINE ^HBifiB tWrrtht «trn JVb J| HEBRON ROAD Opposite SoutHgot* Shopping Center OPEN DAIU 9 to 9, SUNDAY 11 to 7 REGISTER NOW FOR OUR SEWING WITH KNITS CUSSES STARTING IN MARCH. Less danger of the child falling out while your head is turned in another direction Mary Ellen Dear Heloise The other morning I went in to clean my daughter s bedroom Low and behold, I found knee-high socks by the "dozens" - all with holes in the feet, yet the tops were like new. I gathered them up and cut the tops off at the heel, zigzagged a small seam across the ends, and made beautiful, ankle-length tube socks. Now, my daughter wears them around the house and to school, saving me quite a bit on socks They also make wonderful footies - just make them shorter. Mrs. Jeri Schmidt With knee socks so in vogue for young girls, this should help a lot o other mothers, and the ankle length ones would be great to wear under their jeans or long pants. I think you've come up with a winner · and all for "free." Heloise Dear Heloise: Here is my pet fingernail, temper and time saver I use an orange stick to get in all those corners such as window panes, sills, stoves, or anyplace there is a corner By putting the cleaning cloth over the stick, I can get every speck easily and quickly and it never scratches any surface. E.L. Showers Mrs Diane Ashcraft and Tess Ambrust hosted a bridal shower honoring Patricia Fedo. Attending were Mrs John Durst and Debbie Durst, Mrs Jason Yost, and Cindy and Susan ; Susan Yost,. Julie Friend, Patty Suttle, Cathy Wise and Amy Randall Miss Fedo will married Rodnck Yost March 6 in the Second Presbyterian Church A miscellaneous shower honoring Rachel Watlmg was given in the home of Mrs. Donald Dyar, 301 Moull St, with Mrs Jack Bailey Sr , as cohostess. Refreshments were served to Mrs. Harry Watlmg, Mrs. Russell Swan, Mrs. Gerald Provin, Mrs Larry Camp, Mrs. Harold Davis, Mrs. Fred Bhne, Mrs Murray Foster, Mrs. Avard Summers.Mrs. Chester Frey, Mrs Walter Woolard, Mrs. James Tnpp, Mrs Dellos Norns, Mrs. Bernetta Orsborn, Diana Roberts, Sharon Richards and Brenda Miller SSOKER3 .DELIGHTS _ BLUEBERRY MUFFINS 6 for 47* ^ Moist, delicious muffin chuck full of Canadian blueberries. ICED CUT COOKIES SHAMROCKS, HATS, PIPES, CHICKS, RABBITS, LIBERTY BELLS, "76" Storewide OFF SALE DOWNTOWN SALES OUTLET MENANG30Y3WEM NORTH OF MKAX ON THMO ST DISTINCTIVE-PASTRIES, Sears SALE! Rock Bottom's Jeans and Matching Knit Shirts to Regular *3" to Boys 4 jeans, solids, 2-6x, reg., slim . Bos' jeans, solids, 8-12 reg., slim . Boys' jeans, fanc, 8-12 rcg., slim . . Husky Plus jeans. 28-32 in. waists . Students' jeans, solid, 25-29 waists Students' jeans, fancj. 25-29 waists 2.97 4.11 4.11 4.86 4.49 4.86 Boys' short- »leee knit shirt, 8-12 ..... 2.99 Students'' short -slcc\c knit shirt, sire? 14-20 .......................... 3.74 SALE ENDS SATURDAY 9 PM SALE! Girls' Bib Overalls, Matching Shirts i L 84 S*24 to t9 Regular $2.99 lo $6.99 5.S8 »irK" l»li rue-rail-. »ir«-- 3-f»\ . 4.47 6.JW »irl-"libo»rraIK. M7rv 7-1 I .1.24 2.99 f.irK" ir«*ani top. -!, 2-f»\) 2.24 3.US f»irK" -hort-'lrr\- knit top. 7-1 i. 2.69 oHOP AT SEARS AND SAVE Sears Smrthgatc Shopping Center Mondaj Ihru Saturday 10 AM to 9 P M Sundavs 12 Noon to 5 PM ( H M U , ? : i T on Sears Revolving Charge 1EWSP4PERS IFWSPA.PK