The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on November 2, 1961 · Page 4
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 4

Ottawa, Kansas
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Thursday, November 2, 1961
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A THE OTTAWA HERALD Thursday, Nov. 2, 1961 FRENCH-FRIED ONION RINGS hit the spot when served as an appetizer or with hamburgers. steaks or chops broiled indeors or out. Onion Rings Tasty Tidbits W.M.S. Meeting In Elliott Hall By CECILY BROWNSTONE Associated Press Food Editor ARE YOU for party tidbits an munches? Then just wait unt you whet your appetite on thes delicious French - fried onio rings. Our family and friends alway clamor for our own recipe fo French-fried onion rings—a rul that calls for a batter made from scratch. Now they give thi recipe equal standing — and thi rule quicker than our own to pre pare because it uses pancak mix. But even though they're made with a shortcut, these rings are long on flavor, attractive appear ance and just plain crisp crunchi ness. The pimiento in the batter helps give sweet taste and touch of rosiness to their golden hue. Good as these onion rings are to enjoy as a before-dinner nib ble, they can't be beaten as an accompaniment to hamburgers steak or chops — grilled indoors or out. Members Share Interests "Share Yourself" was the pro gram topic last evening for the O.U. Women's Club meeting in Charlton Cottage, and Mrs. Wil liam Kloster was program chairman. Each member told of a hobby 01- interest. Among these were ceramics, hat making, giving readings, cooking and a lesson in Spanish. Sirs. John Bacon conducted the business session. It was an nounced the next program will be on "Christmas in Other Lands", to be given by members of the Cosmopolitan Club. Thirty-eight members attended. Hostesses were Mrs. Dick Peters, Mrs. Margaret Adrian, Mrs. Wayno Agenll, Mrs. Peter Flusser, Mrs. William Langdon, Mrs. Keith Shumway, Miss Maude Adams and -Miss Elizabeth Claiborne. Cooking's Fun SATURDAY AFTERNOON TEA Herbs and seeds add interesting flavor to a quick bread. Sesame Herb Bread Date Nut Bread Cocoa Kisses Tea Sesame Herb Bread 1 tablespoon sesame seeds •'t cups sifted enriched flour 5 i cup sugar 4 teaspoons baking powder .1 teaspoon salt '* teaspoon powdered majoram 1 teaspoon celery seed 2 eggs (well beaten) I 1 4 cups milk '4 cup shortening (melted) Toast sesame seeds under broiler until well browned, stirring occasionally — about 5 minutes. Sift together the flour, sugar, bak ing powder, salt and marjoram. Siir in celery seed and two-thirds . <>f the toasted sesame seed. Mix '. eggs with milk and melted shortening; add to flour mixture, stir• ring only until flour is moistened. Pour into greased loaf pan (about 8Y 2 by 4'.J by 3 inches) ' arid sprinkle with remaining se_' name seeds. Bake in moderate ! Ci50 degrees) oven for 1 hour, or until cake tester inserted in renter comes out dean. Cool 10 minutes before turning out on ; wire rack; turn right side up. Serve warm or told with butter. GOLDEN ONION RINGS 2 medium-sized Bermuda onions (about % pound each) Milk 1 cup pancake mix !4 cup enriched white corn Meal 1 tablespoon chopped pimiento V-i teaspon salt 1 cup water Peel onions; slice about Vi- inch thick; separate into rings. Cover rings with milk and let stand about 15 minutes; drain. Put pancake mix, com meal, pimiento, salt and water into a mixing bowl; beat with rotary beater (hand or electric) about 2 minutes. Dip onion rings in batter; allow excess batter to drain off; fry in deep hot fat (375 degrees) 2 to 3 minutes or unlil golden brown. Drain on absorbent paper. Serve at once. Makes 6 servings. Note: If you hold a number of the onion rings on a fork and dip them into the batter this way, it will be easy to hold the dipped rings over the bowl and allow the excess batter to drain back. Never crowd foods when you are deep-fat frying; an overload will make the temperature drop too low and the food will absorb too much fat. For First Baptist W.M.S. devotions yesterday in Elliott hall, Mrs. Ray P. Jennings gave an original poem which told of the many activities in which she had participated the previous week, all bearing on the lesson topic, "A Loving Hand". Mrs. George Greer presided. Mrs. DeWayne Lofgreen presented the lesson. She was assisted by Mrs. George Underwood who told of the history and work of Bacone Indian College as given in the book, "One Mark of Greatness"; Mrs. C. W. Henning who reviewed "New Alaskans", a Missions magazine article by Phillip H. Essex, Baptist missionary; Mrs. George Lister who represented Mary Suderman, missionary nurse in the Mission Hospital at Gauhati, Assam, India, giving "A Week in the Life of a Missionary Nurse". Mrs. Lofgreen gave a scripture reading and prayer. Mrs. Frank Pflug gave the love gift presentation. There was a hymn and her scripture and meditations on the subject. "Think and Thank". The love-gift offering was §31.93. White Cross packages w ere brought to the meeting and collected by Mrs. Julian Kirven who will send them to Mrs. Louis McElhaney, missionary to the Indians at Geary. Okla. Mrs. Greer told of the arrival in Ottawa Monday of the wife of Jessy Nkoba, student from Leo- polclville, the Congo. Mrs. Nkoba left seven children at home to be with her husband here until January when they will go to New York. Mrs. Pflug closed the meeting with prayer of dedication of the love gift offering. About 50 attended. Eileen James was the hostess'*' circle. The committee included Mrs. Harold Letchworth, Mrs. Harry Holmes, Mrs. James Stewart, Mrs. Robert McCrea and Mrs. Royal Spencer. Mrs. Jennings poured. Receive Petition Union Chapter No. 15, O.E.S., received one petition for affiliation last evening at the meeting in Masonic temple. Mrs. Nancy Lamb, worthy matron, presided. Plans were made for a chicken- noodle supper on Nov. 29. Miss Mable Hay and Mrs. Clyde Underwood served a dessert course to the 31 members present. Mrs. Roy Donart decorated the tea table with fall flowers and white candles. RRsT choice ...Quality is why! ROBERT STORES, INC. for a limited time only PLAYTEX WILL PAY YOU 1.00 to try any playtex living' bra featuring* stretch-ever* elastic a spandex elastic made without rubber Yes i Playtex will actually pay you $1.00 to try the n,w Maytex Living Bra with Stretch-ever Spandex elastic. Playtex makes this offer because they know that you'll always wear a Playtex Living Bra after you try the first one. Stretch-ever Spandex elastic h made without rubber. So now you can machine wash the new Playtex Living Bandeau bra with detergents and bleach. It won't yellow, pucker or stretch out. And it lasts up to three times longer than an ordinary bra. So right now, buy any white Playtex living Bra and Playtex will send you $1.00. tut hurry, offer good for short time only. 'Used at points of greatest strain where it counts most. Playtex Living Longline Bro with elastic magic-midriff for a smooth bust-to-hipline. White, 32A to 44D, 6.95. And new % length for shorter waisted figure*. White, 32A to 44C. 5.95. D sizes, 1.00 more. rZ, i •• -i V» lax "tt. If- '^. »j *<>'! Playtex Living Ira with nylon or cotton-Dacron cups. White, 32A to 42C. 3.95. DsizM 1.00 mor«. Ladies Aid About 25 women attended the Ladies Aid meeting at the Church of the Brethren yesterday. Mrs. Ray Simmons was hostess for the noon luncheon. Mrs. Roy Gerhard conducted the afternoon business session when plans were made for the annual Homecoming. It will be on Nov. 19. The work project was the annual making and canning of mincemeat to fill requests. The Baby Has? Been framed At Ransom Memorial HospitaJ: The daughter born jOct. 28. to Mr. and Mrs. Murlin Gene Heffner, Overbrook, has Ixren named Cheryl Rae. She weighed 7 lb., 14H> oz. The daughter born Oct. 31, to Mr. and Mrs. James Eugene Welch, Princeton, has been named Rhonda Kay. She weighed 7 lb. Socialettes Leaving today for their home in Montgomery, Ala., were Mr. and Mrs. David Scott and children, Lucinda, David Jr., and Tereasa. They have been liouso- guests at the home of Mr. Scott's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Scott. Club Forecast friday THE SENIOR CLUB, Yout!) Center ROYAL NEIGHBORS SHOP LIJWIN'S CASH PRICES - CAMPARE MEN'S SUBURBAN COATS KEG. $19.95 CREDIT VALUE 100% Wool, Quilt-Lined, Wind and Moisture Resistant. LIGHT TONES DARK TONES Suede Jackets Reg. 15.95 Dry, Clean able, Soft Saddle Leather, several colors, knit cuffs and collars. BUYS MORE Men's Dress SLACKS BOYS' PARKAS, Zip-Off Hoods New corded outer shells, warm quilted linings, 6 to 16 sizes, every coat wind and moisture resistant. The Champion of Slav Fresh Fabrics Wash 'N Wear*, Wools ami Wool Blends. Slacks i with an expensive • look and moderate f , price. 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