The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on January 14, 1963 · Page 3
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Ottawa, Kansas
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Monday, January 14, 1963
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Hints From Heloise This Rice Souffle Above Cloud Nine Gas Off In Zero Weather By HELOISE CRUSE Helois* Dear Ladies: I often wonder if there is a cloud above number nine? I have tried many recipes and don't often reach that high! We have had so many requests for casseroles and meat substitutes that are not in the ordinary cook books that we have found one that is up on cloud nine. George Dykes,", a friend of mine, is a personal, chef for a mult i-millionaire. George has given us h i s number one recipe. It is called rice souffle. This is George's own special dish. I have eaten rice souffle (and varied it) until it is running out of our ears. But it is still one of the nicest dishes that has ever been served on our table. Here 'tis: One cup cold cooked rice. Three eggs separated. One-fourth pound grated cheddar cheese. Two tablespoons butter. One-half cup of milk. Pinch of salt. Separate the whites of three eggs from their yolks. Beat the whites until stiff. Add the yolks to one cup of cold cooked rice. (This may be leftover rice but George prefers cooked minute rice. I use the minute rice.) Blend in one-half cup of milk, one-fourth pound of grated cheddar cheese to this. Stir all of these well. Gently fold in the beaten egg whites, adding a little salt to taste, and bake in a slow oven for about one-half hour to 45 minutes at 300 degree or until the souffle is brown on top. George says this does not have to be done in a glass casserole but he finds it best and so did I. The casserole should be greased before pouring in the souffle or baking. Now here's what I did for variation and to please the Rock of Gibraltar — (that's the man I have been living with all these years). He likes hot tuna fish and happens to be the only one in the family who does. So ... to please the Old Rock, I only poured half of the souffle into my glass casserole leaving a bit of the foil turned up to divide the souffle into two parts. With the other half of the cheese souffle already mixed, and before pouring it into the foil- lined portion of my casserole, I added half-of-a-can of chunk tuna (or canned shrimp) after draining it thoroughly of the oil. (this may be divided and cooked in , two separate casseroles or individual serving dishes.) This left me with a happy husband, two completely separate dishes, and all members of the family pleased! Ladies, this is an economical dish and is a wonderful meat substitute, It is perfectly beautiful when it comes to the table; it's light, it's fluffy, and it's tasty! Try it. It's something new that the ordinary housewife does not usually throw on her table at dinner time. I know you'll love it, and our thanks to George. Heloise Dear Heloise: I use the plastic baskets which tomatoes come in (the oblong kind) to hold socks in the children's drawers. It sure keeps them in one spot! I also put a roll of shelf paper in empty wax paper box and use the metal cutter on the edge of it to cut the shelf paper. It makes a much neater job. A Reader. Heloise welcomes all mail, ex- pecially household hints which she can pass on to readers as space permits. However, because of the tremendous volume of mail she receives daily, Heloise is unable to answer all individual letters. She will answer readers' questions in her column whenever possible. NORBORNE, Mo. (AP) - A child's rubber ball, about the size of a baseball, somehow got into the natural gas line that serves Norborne and blocked the flow of gas to the entire town Saturday. Gas service to the town of 1,200 was cut off for more than seven hours while the mercury stayed below zero. Woody Austin, Warrensburg, Mo., district manager of the Gas Service Co., said at first it was believed the regulator unit had frozen. After workmen had bypassed the unit the ball was found. "How it got there is a mystery to us," Austin said. Fireplaces and electric heaters were put to use as gas heaters went out of service. Some residents took refuge in the grade school which has a standby system THE OTTAWA HERALD Monday, Jan. 14, 1963 and some went to the homes of friends who had other heating means. Some went to bed and turned on electric blankets. For Insurance On dwellings, household goods, buildings and automobile* See Dtan Berlin. Agent 109 E. Second Phone CH 2-2804 A Complete Line Of PRATT & LAMBERT Paints and Varnishes NUZMAN LUMBER 113 E. 1st CH 2-1572 Ann Landers Don't Hit Her; See Counselor Ann Dear Ann Landers: After 25 years of marriage I had to admit my wife was a bore. She was a fine mother, excellent housekeeper and cook, but plain dull. I met a younger woman who was exciting, attractive, informed and made me feel alive. When I asked my wife for a divorce she took it like a lady and we parted friends. Now that I have remarried the real problem is my children. They are 17, 19 and 22 years of age — old enough to understand that a man commits no crime when he terminates a sterile relationship in favor of a stimulating one. At least my ex-wife is polite and civil to me in public but my children treat me as if I were a stranger. This is extremely humiliating. Everyone in town is aware that my children flee from me as if I had some loathesome disease. I'd like your opinion.— TEXAS DAD. Dear Dad: I guess everything comes bigger in Texas—even the heels. Some letters require reading between the lines but your sordid story comes through loud and clear. Your children resent bitterly what you did to their mother and they are letting you know it. Go cry on somebody else's shoulder, Tex. I'm too busy for the likes of you. Dear Ann Landers: Last evening I became involved in a dis cussion with a man I've been dating for several months. I told him something about a mutual friend in the strictest oi confidence. He was astonished anc exclaimed. "I can't believe it.' I repeated the story and again he insisted it could not be true Finally he said, "Go get the fam ily Bible and swear on it." I considered this insulting and refused. He snorted, "Well, thai proves your story is a lie." I was furious and asked him to leave. This morning he tele phoned but refused to apologize He contends that a person who tells the truth would have no hesintacy about taking an oath on the Bible. How do you feel?— CONSCIENTIOUS OBJECTOR Dear Objector: I feel fine Settles Suit By Farmers ULYSSES, Kan. (AP)-An out- of-court settlement was reached by the Columbian Carbon Co. and 17 Grant County farmers who had sued the firm for $1.5 million damages. Amounts of the settlements were not disclosed. The farmers contended particles of carbon from the plant caused damage to household furnishings, clothing and crops. The first group of the cases was filed in federal court in Wichita in September, 1960. hank you, and I hope you do, oo. This kind of an oath-taking lemand is a naked attack on your integrity. The world's biggest liars are 'orever swearing on their mothers' graves, their children's lives and whatever they feel will be convincing. A person of good hca- racter doesn't swear on anything. Dear Ann Landers: Our first child, a little girl, was born two weeks ago. She has a dark red Birthmark on her back about the size of a half dollar. An aunt told my wife the baby was marked in this way because my wife stole apples from the neighbor's tree when she was a little girl. My wife is not an ignorant person, Ann, she is intelb'gent, but she actually believes this wild story. She says she remembers the incident vividly and that it was probably the most shameful thing she ever did in her life. Will you please print this hi the column with a comment?— LARCHMONT Dear Larchmont: Does that witch doctor aunt have a license to practice? Please tell your wife that birthmarks appear for no reason that medical science has been able to figure out. Confidential to Needing Advice: I can't help anyone who says, "Please don't advise me to do thus and so because I can't," — and then b'st the three most sensible courses of action. If alcohol is robbing you or someone you love of health and dignity, send for Ann Landers' booklet, "Help For The Alcoholic," enclosing with your request 20 cents in coin and a long, self-addressed, stamped envelope. Ann Landers will be glad to help you with your problems. Send them to her in care of this newspaper enclosing a stamped, self-addressed envelope. READERS OF THIS NEWSPAPER YOU CAN FINISH HIGH SCHOOL At Home in Your Spore Time Write far frit booklet—T«1li You How To Earn • Diploma. Midwest District Office 8600 Broidmoor, Ovgrland Park, Kantaa Name Addrtii „ City ______.. ,_. Stilt Jimmy Taylor Has Hepatitis LOS ANGELES (AP)-Jim Taylor, star fullback for the champion Green Bay Packers and voted the Associated Press National Football League Player of the Year, has hepatitis, it was disclosed Sunday. Like to hang. \\\ on to your \ v x money? LET BLOCK J FIGURE ~ YOUR INCOME Many times we can save the average taxpayer |QTH more than the small cost of our service. Bring your FEDERAL tax problems to us. You'll >ug save time, worry and often moneyl Don't delay. STATE See Block today. $ UP 201¥2 S. Main 346 Offices Across the United States Week Days and Sat. 9 A.M.-6 P.M. — CH Appointment Necessary ( COLLEGE BASKETBALL Exciting Game at OTTAWA TUESDAY NIGHT January 15th OTTAWA UNIVERSITY Ff Ottawa University season reserve basketball tickets for nine home Kansas conference games will go on sale at Wassmers Friday morning. They will be $13.50 each. Single reserves and single game general admission tickets will be on sale at the same time. O. U. athletic coupons will apply on purchase of any of these tickets. Buy tickets at Wassmers or at the ticket office in Wilson Field House. BRAVES Vs. BAKER UNIVERSITY "WILDCATS" Varsity Game Time 7:30 WILSON FIELDHOUSE of Ottawa University Follow Each Exciting Play! This Athletic Activity Message Is Sponsored by Ottawa University and the Following Civic Boosters A & P SUPER MARKET The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company BENNETT CREAMERY CO. BEST TRUCK LINES, INC. (Nelce Isham) BROWN'S HARDWARE & Sporting Goods BRUCE COMPANY, INC. Subsidiary of the H. D. Lee Co. Earl Guist, Mgr. BUD'S HOBBY SHOP Hobbies for all ages BUDGE'S HARDWARE & Floor Covering BUILDEX, INC. BUTLER'S Your Music Man CARL & HAP'S USED CARS Glen Happy & Carl Huntsinger CHAPPELL CLEANERS CITY & TOP HAT CAB SERVICE Pkg. Delivery - CH 2-2550 COLBY FURNITURE CONCRETE MATERIAL & CONSTRUCTION Div. of American-Marietta Co. CR1TES BODY SHOP Conoco Service & Appliance Center DRAKE'S BAKERY DUKBIN COIN-OPERATED LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANERS DWIGHT HA WORTH CONTRACTOR FAIRMONT FOODS CO. FIRST NATIONAL BANK HANK'S SINCLAIR SERVICE 2nd & Hickory FARM BUREAU INS. SERV. Bob Bobbins HEATHMAN OIL CO. & SALVAGE HUBBARD LUMBER CO. Earl Schmanke — F. M. Coons HUGHES AUTO PARTS JOHNSON-GOLDEN AUTO PARTS, INC. KANSAS STATE BANK KILE & SON STEEL ERECTION Robert K. and David Kile LAMB FUNERAL HOME Blanche Lamb — Bob Roberts MANN-BELL DRUG CO. MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. MOORE CHKVROLET- OLDSMOBDLE NATIONAL SIGN CO., INC. NITCHER'S FLOOR SERVICE OTTAWA COOP. ASS'N. OTTAWA FINANCE CO. OTTAWA HERALD OTTAWA INSULATION CO. A. J. "Andy" Mietchen OTTAWA SAVINGS & LOAN ASSN. PEL CONSTRUCTION CO. PENNY'S READY-MIX CONCRETE Lawrence Ogg — Charles Hendrickson PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK PLAZA THEATRE PORTER-SPEARS INS. AGENCY PRICE OIL CO. (CHAMPLIN) Dorothy Price — Bob Altic RAFFELOCK'S BARGAIN CENTRE Julius and Marie RANEY REXALL DRUG John Reynolds PRAGER RADIATOR SERVICE SAFEWAY STORE RICHARDSON'S SHOE STORE "Finest Quality in Town" SAM'S TIRE AND SUPPLY, INC. "Sam, the Tire Man" SCOTT'S STORE "Ottawa's Leading Variety Store" SELECT DAIRY SOUTH MAIN SKELLY SERVICE "Your Hometown Recapper" SOUTH OTTAWA CHAMPLIN SERVICE Glenn Trout, Mgr. SUFFRON GLASS CO. SUNRISE DAIRY Sunrise and Tastemark Milk TODD MOBILE HOMES (All Types of Mobile Homes) TOWNER'S FUNERAL CHAPEL Joe Towner WILLIAMSON COAL ft SALVAGE CO. WILSON DRIVE-IN CLEANERS BOB WHITE MOTOR CO. F. W. WOOLWORTH CO. Dewey Cook, Mgr. II-

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