The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on January 9, 1963 · Page 7
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 7

Ottawa, Kansas
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Wednesday, January 9, 1963
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Hints From Heloise Moth Balls Send The Birds Flying By HELOISE CRUSE Dear Heloise: My father-in-law solved the problem of keeping birds from nesting in the caves of his house by wrapping moth balls in fine wire mesh and tacking it in their favorite nesting spots. They will leave immediately. Do not u s e cheese cloth because they will take their time to peck at it. By using the wire, it has to be done only once a year. This is because rain and dampness dissolve the moth balls but linch-pleats will need very lit- le ironing if. . . when you hang them on the clothesline, you tang them right side up instead of upside down! Fasten headings to the line with clip • type clothespins without folding them over the line. This allows the folds to form more naturally. While still wet, "form" Helois* the odor will eventually soak into the wood. J.S. Dear Heloise: I think of all the household chores we must do, ironing is the one I dread most. I have found that when washing pinch - pleated curtains, the botch it up. . . but it always rows out! Yes, I give my own perma- ents and have for twenty-three ears, and Amy, I roll it on roll- rs all over my head. Heloise )ear Heloise: pinch-pleats and fasten two three clip type clothespins the or to each pleat. When dry, the pleats will hold and form beautifully. Then. . . only a touch of the iron and you'll have a job well done with less work. Mrs. G. Van Artsdalen Dear Heloise: Do you really cut your own hair and give your own permanents? We really want to know the truth about this. If so, do you roll it in pin curls or on rollers? Amy Clever Dear Amy: Don't worry anymore. Certainly I cut my own hair. Sometime; Auxiliary Contributes For Freedom National Security and Legislation were topics for study by Warren C. Black Unit, American devotions. Legion Auxiliary, last night. Mrs James Durbin, National Security chairman, had for her program the showing of a colored film, "Seconds for Survival," put out by the telephone company. Joe Towner showed the film. Mrs. Jennie Wisdom gave articles about the National Security program as a national organization and the work of the local unit, also articles on "Radio for Europe," and "Crusade For Freedom." The unit voted to contribute $20 to the Crusade for Freedom. Mrs. David Bunch presided. Mrs. Claude Buckner, legislative chairman, gave ihe meaning of the word "Legislative," using the letters in the form of an acrostic, "Let's Earnestly Gain In Sending Letters And Telegrams, Influencing Vital Electorate." Mrs. Otis Brock, courtesy chairman, reported seven get well cards, 10 Christmas cards, 1 sympathy card, one box candy, cookies, and one Ideals magazine sent. The unit gave $10 to the State Training School, Parsons, and $10 to a needy family for Christmas treats. Membership report given by Miss Gladys Anthony showed 155 paid up members. A sewing meeting is planned for Jan. 28 in the club room, at 1. Carpet rags will be sewed and sent to Wadsworth Hospital. Hostess was Mrs. Joe Towner, assisted by Mrs. Durbin. Visitors were Mrs. Mary Scoville, Kansas City, and Mrs. L. J. Conway. Lend-A-Hand Class Meets Mrs. Jess Blake opened the Lend-A-Hand class meeting in Trinity Methodist Church last evening with a poem, "Value o Time." Mrs. Harry Hjorth gav It was announced there will be a white elephant sale at the nex meeting. Hostesses were Mrs. Har old Stewart, Mrs. Frank Stantur and Mrs. Mina Stoffer, hostesses served refreshments from a tabl decorated in a Kansas Da theme. I'm a working gal and take great pride in looking nice. In the pring and summer there is so much ironing to do because we wear fresh clothes every day. I always drip-dry all of my Iresses, blouses and full slips on langers. When I am ready to iron them, sprinkle them with very hoi water and hang them on the shower rod on the hangers. Then 1 drape a bedsheet around them. In two hours they are ready to iron with a dry, hot iron. Thi; requires no steam! I find they iron faster because they are dampened and they iron beauti fully. Dear Heloise: An old remedy which I use to remove paint from my hands Face, and so forth is: After I have finished painting I take a small piece of butter am rub it on my hands, face, legs or whatever the paint has splat tered. I rub it in well and wipe it ofl Then wash with soap and water It is so much better for m skin than turpentine or paint remover. Be sure and use the butter be fore washing with soap and wa ter. Entertains Legato Club Shelley South entertained the Legato Music Club Tuesday eve- ing at the home of her parents, )r. and Mrs. J. C. South. Members and a guest, Barbara Warner played piano solos. Rita Jean Clark was awarded ie prize for practice hours by he club sponsor, Mrs. R. L. tevens. Announcement was made con- erning the National Guild Piano udJtions to be in May. Mrs. South and Shelley served refreshments to the 12 members and line guests. Margaret Bowers will enlertain- he club Feb. 12. Grace Bolton Dear Heloise: I use a wire potato masher t decorate the top of my meat loa and for fluting the edge of piecrust and cookies. Terrific! Mrs. Elmer Peterson Recruit Class Has Meeting Mrs. Louise Howard gave devotions for the Recruit class meeting Monday evening in North Baptist Church. Mrs. Clarence Keefer presided. It was reported that 12 fruit plates were delivered at Holiday time and that two persons will be remembered in a special way. Plans were made for a potluck supper at the next meeting. Mrs. Bernice Day's group was in charge of serving refreshments. 017 Student Shows Slides The program for Marcia Cudworth WMS Circle of First Bap- ist Church last evening was a showing of slides by Ottawa University student, Bruce Bundy, and an account of his trip last summer as one of a group of students on a People-To-People tour of Europe. The program was arranged by Miss Amanda Rosenquist. Mrs. James Allen, hostess, conducted business. Miss Estel Johnson gave the love gift service. Mrs. Emory McKenzie was in charge of devotions. Mrs. Lois Smith and Mrs. Allen served refreshments at the close. Party Punch Gal. Jug — 65c We Deliver SELECT DAIRY CH 2-1607 Discuss Projects PEG projects were the subject of the programs from Chapter AU, PEG, last evening at Mrs. , W. Parent's home. Miss Lulu Brown reviewed the educational loan fund, Mrs. P. K. Worley spoke on Cottey College and Miss Lanah Cameron discussed International Peace scholarships. Mrs. Bruce Spears was co-hostess. THE OTTAWA HERALD Wednesday, Jan. 9, IMl ANCHOR SAVINGS ASSOCIATION Now Offers You DRAKE'S BAKERY For Rolls-Donuts-Pies and all other bakery products Old Farmers ALMANAC 1963 Edition 35c per copy John G. Kaiser Drug Store (In Masonic Bldg.) Our efforts have been richly rewarded with each succeeding year witnessing an increase in the number of families we serve. It is our sincere desire to continue to merit this growing prestig^ Plan Special ' z X ;• ^' Observance Ottawa Hairdressers made plans last evening for observing National Beauty Salon Week, Feb. 10-16. Mrs. Thelma Moore presided at the dinner meeting in North American Hotel. The program, "Operetta Type Operetta," was given by the Drama Study Group which was observing its first anniversary. A gift was presented to Beverly Kahler who will be married soon. CWF Group Has Lesson Mrs. Charles Centner gave the lesson for the recent meeting of Miriam CWF group of First Christian Church with other members taking part. Mrs. Howard Doyen was hostess assisted by Mrs. Harlan Page. Mrs. Vincent Skidmore gave devotions. Plans were discussed for serving a state board dinner in February. New study books, "Disciples in the Rim of Asia," were distributed. Plans were made to continue gifts through the year to a family adopted at Chriatmas. Club Forecast Thursday HCH Club, Mrs. Chester Keim FAR and NEAR, Gene Domnanlah KIWANIQUEENS, Mrs. Melvin Booth, 7:30 p.m. BOROPTIMISTS, luncheon, Lofgreen building VFW AUXILIARY BOYD LADIES AID PRINCETON WSCS WHITE SHRINE NAOMI CWF Croup, Mr*. Al WlUiftKU CHEVROLET Keeps Going Gnat No wonder Chevrolet is so popular with a choice like this: the luxurious Jet-smooth Chevrolet, lively low-priced Chevy II, sporty rear-engine Corvair, and two new versions of America's only all-out sports car, Corvette. 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