The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on November 14, 1961 · Page 8
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 8

Ottawa, Kansas
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Tuesday, November 14, 1961
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Pour Sauce Over Warm Cake THANKFUL — Johnny Brandt, Z'/i-year-oli son of Mr. and Mrs. Squire Foster, 704 S. Cherry, Is glad just to be able to sit up in bed again. For five weeks he was in traction with his feet higher than his head for treatment of a broken leg. (Herald Photo by Lois Smith) Hospital Beds Are No Fun By CECILY BROWNSTONE Associated Press Food Editor NOWADAYS CAKE mixes often serve as puddings. It takes little time to mix up a package of mix and offer the cake, warm from the oven, with a sauce. The sauce, made from scratch in your own kitchen, adds that home-prepared touch family and friends we likely to praise. If you want a change from the usual lemon sauce to top squares of fresh white or yellow .cake, try this recipe using frozen pineapple-orange juice and Tokay grapes. TOKAY SAUCE 1 can (8 ounces) frozen pineapple-orange concentrate 1 tablespoon cornstarch 2 tablespoons sugar 1 tablespoon butter or margarine. 1W cups Tokay grapes (halved and seeded) Reconstitute the pineapple- orange concentrate according to the can directions; measure 1 cup; reserve remaining juice for another use. In a 1-quart saucepan stir together the cornstarch and sugar; gradually stir in the 1 cup pineapple-orange juice. Cook and stir over medium heat until thickened and clear. Stir in butter until melted. Add grapes and serve warm over white or yellow cake squares or cottage pudding. Makes enough for 8 servings. OTHER WAYS WITH TOKAYS At snacktime, use Tokays in- M. Thanksgiving Meeting The Thanksgiving meeting of M.P.M. Club was yesterday at the home of Mrs. Raymond Lucas with 35 members present. Assisting Mrs. Lucas were Mrs. Chalmers Gark and Mrs. R. C. Supplee. Mrs. R. D Spears conduct ed a short business session. The program topic was "Giving Thanks," with Mrs. E. I. Pearce and Mrs. C. W. Henning forming the committee. Mrs. Pearce gave a talk, quoting persons of note and explaining what they were thankful for. She quoted Samuel Pepys, Oliver Cromwell, Sidney Smith, Calvin Coolodge and lastly, George Matthew Adams, an O.U. graduate in 1901, who wrote "The Spirit of Thanksgiving." She THE OTTAWA HEKALD Q Tuesday, November 14, 1961 * closed with Russell William Scott's poem, "Early Thanksgivings," and a Thanksgiving prayer. Mrs. Henning gave thoughts on "Delights of the Soul." She closed with the poem, "Landing of the Pilgrims," by Felicia Dorothea Hemans. Mrs. Pearce gave a Thanksgiving resume, "Then and Now," contrasting the holiday food traditions. She gave two old recipes and one new one. One of the old recipes was for Peach Leather. The other, for potato pancakes, was one used by Mrs. Peter Kaiser, mother of Clara Kaiser. The new recipe was for an elaborate turkey dressing. Few Calories Serve cooked celery to weight- watchers; a cup of the vegetable has only 24 calories. It takes something drastic such as i broken leg to keep a little boy, $&, from running and playing. That is what happened to Johnny Brandt, 704 S. Cherry, when i cabinet toppled on him as he sat playing on the floor at his home. He waa in traction with both feet pulled higher than his head in • hospital bed for five weeks. He has been out of traction since Saturday and can sit in his bed or a chair. On Sunday he was wheeled out into the Ransom Memorial Hospital lobby to see his sister, Terry Lynn, 4, and his brothers, Bret Alan, 15 months old, and Randy Gene, 9 weeks old. It will be a while before the spinal fracture heals enough for him to bear his weight on it. Then he will have to learn to walk all over again. Club Forecast Circlet, Boron, Un. R. B. lUdmond; M»rth, Mn. W. A. MeCandless. 11Z2 8. Hickory C.Wjr. Clrctei. Rath, Mrs. Albert Kcefer; Lydl», Mr«. Lee Roberts. FIRST METHODIST Circles. Deborah, •t church; Dorcn, Mn. Floyd Ogg; Either, tin. Charlei Carey, Jr.; Ifartha. Mr. Tom Fiery; Ruth and Rcbckab joint uesslon, at church FIRST BAPTIST Circle, Either Orteomun, Mrs. Orlls Cox; Eileen James, Mn. C. W. Regberg; Eleanor BUmibn, Mr«. John Reynolds IIICHTER W.8.C.S., Mrs. Harold Staarft CHURCH of the BRETHREN. Million Society. Mrs. Russell Wray •ASTERN STAR Chapter Makes Plans Faith Chapter, Gold Star Mothers, voted gifts of J10 each to Wadsworth and Topeka V.A. Hospitals at the meeting ysterday in Memorial auditorium. Plans were made to send a box of fruit, stuffed toys, scrap books and coloring books to Mercy Hospital, Kansas City. It was decided to adopt a family for Christmas, with Mrs. Viola Beasley serving as committee to select the family. Mrs. B. G. Otto will be hostess for the Christmas party and gift exchange on Dec. 11. Chapters Join For Ceremony The three Beta Sigma Phi chapters in Ottawa met together last evening for a candlelight ceremony for reading of the pledge ritual and ritual of jewels. Omicron Chapter pledges were Mrs. Charles Anderson and Mrs. Arlys Carter, and receiving the ritual of jewels was Mrs. Tom Jordan. Exemplar Chapter bad three pledges, Mrs. Richard Bethel, Mrs. William Lay and Mrs. Robert Roberts. Omega Chapter pledges were Mrs. Jim Dykstra and Mrs. Leland Gilliland, and receiving the ritual of jewels were Mrs. Tom Marks and Mrs. Bill Simpson. Following the ceremony, there were refreshments, including small individual cakes, each decorated with a yellow rose, the sorority flower. Mrs. Claude Webb, Omicron Chapter sponsor, poured coffee. Other guests were Mrs. William Anson and Mrs. Bob McGhee. Not old enough to ring a bell when he wants a nurse, he simply calls out, "Yady, Yady (lady)," which brings someone right away He has insisted on feeding himself, the nurses say, in spite of the difficult position. Even a young man likes masculine company, and Johnny has selected his doctor as his personal friend and hero. Folks hear him chanting to himself, "Doctor, doctor, when you going to come see me?" Just once he was unhappy with his doctor — when he forgot to bring the usual stick of gum. stead of crackers to serve with a spread of sieved blended cream cheese and blue cheese. Put the grapes in a pretty container with a small bowl of the cheese spread beside them. Have small knives on hand so eaters can dab grapes with blobs of cheese. Fill cavities of pear halves with cottage cheese; cover the cheese with halved seeded To- kays, placing the grapes flesh side down. Add salad greens and pass a dressing — French, sour cream or mayonnaise. Add Tokays to a fruit cup of orange sections, pineapple tidbits and slivers of preserved or candied ginger. PLEASANT DESSERT — Serve squares of cake with a pinapple-orange sauce chock full of Tokay grapes. Socialettes Job's Daughters had 55 members and eight council members present for the meeting in Masonic temple last evening. It was announced that election of officers will be at the next meeting, and that Job's Daughters Sunday will be Nov. 26 at First Baptist Church. A party followed the business meeting. Storch-Mitchell Nancy Storch, Olathe, became the bride of Kenneth Mitchell, of near Wellsville, in the Wellsville Baptist Church Friday at 7:30 p.m. The Rev. Homer Ganong read the vows. Mr. and Mrs. Don Hackler attended as witnesses The couple is living in the T. F. Fairbanks rental home at 205 West 7th, Wellsville. Program On Hymns Dean Zook was in charge of the recent Skilton Music Club meeting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Davis. He gave the history of hymnody, tracing the progress from Georgian chant to present day hymns, with examples sung by the group. Nineteen members attended. Guests were Mrs. C. F. Witt, Frisco, Tex., and Mr. Davis. Ice Cream Hints Know how to remove ice cream that has been packed into a large mold and frozen? Loosen the sides of the ice cream with a cold knife, then dip the mold quicky into lukewarm water. Wipe the outside of the mold with a dry cloth and unmold. MONTGOMERY WARD NO MONEY DOWN When You Buy on Credit at Wards sit back on relaxing foam Cooking's Fun COMPANY DINNER Harn glazed this way is as pretty as a picture — and delicious, too. Appetizer Salad Hard Rolls Jelly-glazed Ham Homemade Mustard Spoon Bread Buttered Broccoli Baked Bananas with Whipped Cream JELLY-GLAZED HAM % fully cooked ham (butt end) Whole doves 2 teaspoons dry mustard 1 tablespoon sherry 1 A cup currant jelly Have ham at room temperature; score fat side in 1-inch diamond shapes; insert a whole clove in the center of each diamond. Place on rack in shallow pan. Bake in slow (325 degrees) oven about 2d minutes per pound. Remove ham and raise oven temperature to hot (400 degrees). Mix together the mustard and sherry in a small saucepan; add currant jelly; disolve jelly over low heat, stirring. With a pastry- brush, cover top "and sides of ham with half the jejly mixture; return to hot oven for 5 minutes. Cover ham with remaining jelly mixture; return, to oven for another 5 minutes. Ottawa Roller Rink Public Sessions Wed. and Fri., 7:30 to 10:00 Sat nights, 8:00 to 11:00 Private Parties Mon., Tues., and Thurs. 2nd and Main CH 2-9704 NOW SHOWING Box Office Opens 7 p.m. Feature at 7:50 Only .JOSHUA I Potato Pats Shape leftover pashed potatoes into patties, roll in melted butter *nd then in finely crushed potato chips. Bake in a hot oven until hot tyrpugh an4 nieely browned. CONTEMPORARY STYLING IN WARDS LUSTROUS COLORS $ 179 NO MONIT DOWN • Matching sofa and chair suite • Durabl* deep pile frieze cover • Soft/ reversible foam cushions A value packed 2 piece suite! Comfortable molded foam tufted back and slant arms. Sturdy nylon fabric in decorator colors, plus reversible cushions—designed for years of service. iSEHQi&s ICARON-CHB/ALIER BWBUd'OLZ TECHNICOLOR" E frwWARNER BROS. v BRASS-FRAMIO 56" DOOR MIRROR 16" wide, high quality shatterproof glass (not plate). Easily mounted — pre- m , drilled holes. 4 Storage Space Plus Low Price! KNOTTY PINE CHEST / With 10 Spacious Drawers 26.88 • Sanded, ready to finish • Warp-free construction Ponderosa pine . . . sturdy, core-block construction. Big, roomy 15x52x36" size. Non-stick drawers with round pulls. 30" BOOKCASE IN CLEAR PINE Use in many arrangements—legs remove when stacking. 10x36" high. 36-inch bookcase, only ...... 11.18 9.98 9x12' FOAM-BACK Rayon tweed pattern masks footprints, hides soil, footmarks. 6 decorator colors. ^P OO Reg. 34.95. 4J.OO .ft WHAT HAPPENED? This family was selected at random to watch a sneak performance of "Blithe Spirit." As you can see ... they reacted very nicely. You will too! Get your tickets now! BLITHE SPIRIT November 16-17-18 Curtain 8:00 p.m. Your Fashion Store for a more subtle silhouette with NO MONEY DOWN - when you buy on credit at Wards Firm, specialized control in Skippiei by Formfit. .. the pantie girdle that tlim* you front and back and along the thlghv. 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