The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on November 15, 1981 · Page 47
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Sunday, November 15,1981 The Salina Journal Sunflower Page 3 Fig. 2 Fig. 3 Fig. 4 Fig.? Replace broken windows before winter Now is the time to get those last- minute window repairs done before winter's chill weather sets in for the duration. If you have a broken window or window in which the putty has dried out or is missing, it's not that difficult to make the repairs yourself. What you'll need, according to the pamphlet, "Simple Home Repairs ... Inside," published by the U.S. Department of Agriculture Extension Service is window glass in the correct size, putty or glazing compound, a putty knife, a hammer, pliers and glazier points. Here's how to make the repairs: Coping 1. Work from outside the frame (Fig. 1). 2. Remove the broken glass with pliers to avoid cutting your fingers (Fig. 2). 3. Remove old putty and glazier points. Pliers will be helpful to do this (Fig. 3). 4. Place a thin ribbon of putty in the frame (Fig. 4). 5. Place glass firmly against the putty (Fig. 5). 6. Insert glazier points. Tap in care- SUNFLOWER Crafts Sampler Owl Note Holder Materials Needed: 1 carpet sample with bound edges Felt to contrast with carpet color Moving eyes (purchased) 1 note pad, approximately 3% x 5 inches Magnetic tape or loop of yarn Directions: 1. Using a bound edge of carpet as bottom of the owl, cut out an owl figure 6 inches wide by 11% or 12 inches as the carpet sample allows. 2. Out of felt cut owl features: Nose — 1%-inch triangle, Eyelashes - 1% x %-inch rectangle (cut 2). Slash rectangles to resemble eyelashes being careful not to cut completely apart. Crown — 3% x 4%-inch triangle with top edge curved to form crown. 3. Glue all features, including eyes, in place. 4. Glue a note pad to body of owl. 5. Attach magnetic tape to back of owl in 3 or 4 places as needed to attach to refrigerator or glue a loop of yarn at top edge in the back to hang from the wall. Steph Megenity Belleville , * * * SUNFLOWER Craft Sampler is by and for our readers. Persons whose craft project ideas are published receive $15. If you have expertise in a particular craft or have a simple craft project idea, send detailed instructions to SUNFLOWER Craft Sampler, P.O. Box 779, Salina, Ks., 67401. Be sure to list all materials and tools required and step by step directions, written in simple language. Illustrations are very helpful. Christmas projects are welcome all year. "Our 23rd season" SUNFLOWER LIONS CLUB PASSPORT TRAVEL & ADVENTURE SERIES "6 Personally Narrated Flln Journeys" Wednesday, November 18th, 7:30 p.m. "SWEDISH SCRAPBOOK" Personally Narrated By FRANKLYN CARNEY fj& "' ""*?& ^'^i* '*• .; ' % TICKET PRICES: Season Tickete-$10.00...Single-$2.50 Children 12 And Under Admitted Free GLASS GLAZIER POINTS FRAME GLAZIER POINT PUTTY GLASS WINDOW FRAME Fig. 6 fully to prevent breaking the glass. Points should be placed near the corners first, and then every 4 to 6 inches along the glass (Fig. 6). 7. Fill the groove with putty or glazing Fig. 7 compound. ?ress it firmly against the glass with puny knife or fingers. Smooth the surface with the putty knife. The putty should form a smooth seal around the window (Fig. 7). I." Hi e\ flf\t fa. J Untreated Minor Injuries Can Lead To Major Diseases Accidents ond trauma can actually produce such diseases as lumbago, rheumatism, disc trouble, bursitis, and neuritis. Partial or even complete disability may result. These diseases can occur because forceful exercise, or a .minor accident, may cause a spinal misalignment. When vital nerve energy, flowing through the spinal column, is blocked, gradual degeneration, of a seemingly unrelated part of the body, can start. This degeneration, a process that could go on for years, can effect vital organs and body functions. Therefore, it is quite possible that minor injuries suffer today, if left untreated, can lead to more serious problems in the future. Clinic Hours: Mon. thru Fri. 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. KEMPTON CHIROPRA <™ Debbie Kempton Chiropractic Astlttant 225 S. Santa Fe CLINIC 825-4691

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