T L THE OTTAWA HERALD ° Tuesday, October 31, 19C1 Chapter Meeting Mrs. Bob Roberts and Mrs. Dick Bethell were guests last evening of Exemplar Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi. at Mrs. Bryon Fadens home in Pomona. Mrs. Aklen Cearfoss was co-hostess. Mrs. Faden <>ave a report on Ihc state Beta Sigma Phi convention which she attended in Topeka. Oct. 21. She welcomed the visitors and explained to them about Beta Sigma Phi organiza lion. Plans were completed for the planned Thanksgiving dinner which members will give for husbands and guests on Nov. 20 a 7 p.m. It will be at Mrs. Wai lace Hart's home. Mrs. Larry Ott was in charge of the program, which included several numbers by a Sweet) Adelines quartet. Chew Onnerstand This Ozark Talk? By HAL BOYLE NEW YORK (AP)-<-'After Billy Bob dumb the nar lath of the far tar, he was too tard to fix his flat tar." Do you find it hard to understand that sentence? If you do, you probably haven't been to the Ozark Mountains recently, and it's time you went there and refreshed your knowledge of the queen's English—the English of the first Elizabeth with crown. But the meaning is clear even to most Midwest flatland hillbillies: "After Wilb'am Robert climbed the narrow ladder of the fire tower, he was too tired to repair his flat tire." For the millions of Americans who would like to travel through the Southern Highlands and understand what is said to them, Dale Freeman of the Springfield (Mo.) News and Leader, lias compiled a guide he calls "How to talk pure Ozark in one easy lesson." As Dale is more interested in spreading Ozark learning than making a fast buck, here is a quick digest of regional mountain [oik talk for those too cheap to buy his dollar book: "Absence—A franch drank, alcoholic." "Adam—That adam bomb is going to blow us all to hail." "Backer—What the oldtimers take a chaw od." "Chew—Chew to go to the foot washin' at the braintch Sattidy?" "Dork — What it gits when the sun goes down." "Errol—Brother Rodgers has a TV errol on top of his house." "Flar—A rose is about the pur- tiest flar they is. What kind of flar do you put in your biscuits? Her boy was a flar in the Air Force." "Grain—A color, she was grain with envy." "Hep—He can't hep it, he was borne attaway." * "Int—int she a purdy li'l ol' tbang?". "Jist—.list a dadgummed minute there, stranger." "Kin-see—daybreak." "Lone — His wife say/e if he don't mow the front lone she'll whup him over the head with a wet rope." "Mortar—He did it all right, but they made a mortar out of him." "Nome—No ma'am." "Ormy—Junie is a soldier-boy in the ormy." "Pank—The color of the old lady's bloomers." "Rang—When they got married. he put a rang on her finger, jt was . a double-rang sirmonie," "Scwuz—He lack to scwuz her to death." "Slang—It's easy to get your naek in a slang." "Thanks—He thanks he's so billy wouldd etaoin shrdlu cmfw smart." "Umbrellic — What a ture hillbilly wouldn't be caught dead using during arain shar." "Varrus—Virus, Aint Mary had the varrus and lak to passed on." "Walled—Wild, thet girl of hem was too walled for mah boy. There's a lot of walled life in the hills." | "Wove—He wove at a girl and ! lack to got in trouble." i There's the ABC of mountain I talk. If you can't understand it | you're plain "igernt," an Ozark . term for anyone who doesn't quite j get the message. Socialettes Mrs. W. G. Tulloss has returned home after spending the week- c-nd in Wichita visiting relatives. She accompanied her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Charles vS. Darville and Richard, Overland Park, who visited their daughter and family. PRINTED PATTERN 4728 SIZES 10-18 Lattice Top Peach Pie By CECILY BROWNSTONE Associated Press Food Editor IF IT'S your ambition to turn out. one of early fall's best de- ights a fresh peach pie with lattice - top curst here are some suggestions to guide you. Use freestone peaches; they're easiest to slice. Have the fruit just ripe not too hard, not too soft. Dip the water for come with wooden rods and metal. over strips until top is covered. peaches into boiling a moment or so, then slip off the skins by giving them a tug with the edge of a knife and your thumb. Use the flavoring that suits your family. We suggest cinnamon in the following recipe, but nutmeg or mace may be substituted. And so to the pastry. A lattice- top crust needs careful measuring and cutting to look its best and bake its best. Pastry cloths on which to roll out pie dough and covers for rolling pins make pie-making so much easier than it used to be. The markinsg on the cloths make measuring a cinch. Some of these pastry cloths Pilots Strike Set Thursday CHICAGO (AP)—A strike of some 1,500 Trans World Airlines jilots has been called for 11:59 p.m., local time Thursday. C. N. Sayen, president of the strips that keep the cloth firm on your work space. And we mean work space! Until recently we had used one of these pastry cloth arrangements on a regular kitchen counter top. In our new test kitchen we have a huge round marble - topped pastry center, and we find the metal strips hold as firm on the rounded surface as they do on a straight one. If you make pies often, and even if you don't, keep your pastry - making equipment together; beside the pastry cloth and rolling pin and its cover should go a pastry blender and a pastry wheel. Peach Lattice Pie Pastry for 2-crust pie 1 cup sugar 3 tablespoons flour */4 teaspoon cinnamon 2 tablespoons lemon juice 5 cups sliced peeled peaches 2 tablespoons butter or margarine Prepare pastry and divide almost in half. Using the larger half, roll out on prepared pastry cloth to 9-inch size as marked on cloth or to about 1 inch larger around than a 9-inch pie pan held upside down over the pastry. Lift pastry and fit into 9-inch pie pan. Trim edge if necessary, :eaving a Vi-inch overhang. Roll out second half of pastry. Cut into Mi to % inch strips using a pastry wheel. Stir together well the sugar, flour and cinnamon. Press ends of strips to rim. Fold the overhanging crust up and over and flute the edge. Bake in a hot (400 degrees) oven 45 to 50 minutes or until pastry is golden brown. Elementary! Make yourself a holiday dress —this sliver of a sheath with high-waist interest. Casually right for most days, flattering enough for a dinner party. Choose sheer wool, tweed, tissue crepe. Printed Pattern 4728: Misses' Sizes 10, 12, 14, 16, 18. Size 16 takes 2 1 /g yards 54-inch fabric. Send Thirty-five cents in coins for this pattern — add 10 cents for each pattern for Ist-class mailing. Send to Anne Adams, care of The Ottawa Herald, Pattern Dept., 243 West 17th St., New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS with ZONE, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. FALL'S 100 BEST FASHIONS — separates, dresses, suits, ensembles, all sizes, all in our new Pattern Catalog in color. Sew for yourself, family. 35c. We are local authorized dealers tor ARMCO FALLOUT SHELTERS Air Line Pilots Association, said •Monday night the National Mediation Board has been notified of the strike deadline. Appointment of a presidential fact finding board would prevent a walkout for 60 days. TWA has approximately 1,500 pilots and the air line serves 53 cities in 23 states, plus 18 cities in Europe, Asia and Africa. Sayen said most of the issues blocking the way to a new con tract involve working hours and conditions on jet flights. Measure lemon juice into a bowl and as you slice the peaches, add MONTGOMERY WARD ^^^ .^^^^- ^__^^^__ |MBg|^ I/^MPT |r¥ I 11 Id SToK NOW! NO MONEY DOWN! 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