The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on January 16, 1963 · Page 6
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 6

Ottawa, Kansas
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Wednesday, January 16, 1963
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» THE OTTAWA HERALD Wednesday, Jan. 16, 1963 TERRY WAYNE, 3'/z, and Renec Gail, 14 months old, arc the children of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Thompson, 1119 N. Cherry. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Thompson, Pomona: and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crable. Michigan Valley. Mr. William Crable, Quenemo, is their great-grandfather. Blouses, Shirts In Spring Show By JEAN SPRAIN WILSON AP Fashion Writer NEW YORK (AP) - Designer Karen Stark of Harvey Berin believes the diamond cut is a thin girl's best friend. Ann Klein of Junior Sophisticates holds the view that the once-prosaic shirt is a girl's most faithful fashion companion. Each had an opportunity to explain her viewpoint at the spring style previews which were a part of semiannual Fashion Press Week activities here. More than 200 fashion reporters throughout the country were the enthusiastic audience. On the runway Harvey Berin models showed that when little Food In The News Red Tart Cherries Rate Good January Food Buy Cherry tree boughs were heavy- laden with plump, red fruit last year. And now's the time for consumers to reap the benefit of the colorful and bountiful harvest. The Agricultural Marketing Service says canned stocks of red Socialettes Mrs. Clovis Johnson, hostess for Pomona Flower Club Tuesday, gave a lesson on serving and attending teas. Mrs. Ezra Johnson, assistant hostess, poured at the decorated tea table. Mrs. Don McCann and daughters were guests. Mrs. Harve Crow will be hostess for the next meeting, Feb. 12. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Morrisey and family will go to Wellington Jan. 25 to help celebrate the 75th birthday of Mrs. Morrisey's mother, Mrs. Edna Landreth. Also attending the family reunion will be Mrs. Morrisey's sisters and families from Philadelphia, Pa.; Dallas, Tex., and Woodward, Okla., and her brother and family from Lawrence. City Teachers Wives club was entertained at Mrs. Allen Unruh's home last evening. Also on the committee were Mrs. Albert Unruh and Mrs. Conrad Downing. Members sewed, visited and had a short business session. Mrs. S. S. Bergsma will be the next hostess. A bridal shower will be held at Appanoose Baptist Church Saturday at 7:30 p.m. for Mr. and Mrs. Alpha Surprenaut. Mrs. Sur- prenaut is the former Judy Wiscombe. Friends and relatives are invited. Cooking's Fun COMPANY DINNER This delightful frosting will give a cake that is made from a mix that homemade touch. Salmon Steaks Potatoes Mixed Vegetables Green Salad Relish Tray Crusty Rolls Double Chocolate Cake DOUBLE CHOCOLATE CAKE % cup semi-sweet chocolate pieces V\ cup hot water 1 cup heavy cream 2 round 8-inch chocolate layer cakes Melt chocolate over hot water; remove from range and water. Stir in the V4 cup hoi (but not boiling) water; continue stirring, if necessary, until smooth; cool. Add to the cream; beat until stiff. Put cake layers together and cover top and sides with the chocolate cream. Refrigerate until serving time. Workshop Patterns A CORNER SHELF and cookie box to fit are project that please ' the whole family. Or the shelf may be made for a plant or bric- a-brac. Pattern 266, which gives actual-size guides and directions : for shelf and box, is 35 cents. This pattern also is in the Kitchen Novelty Packet No. 18 for $1. With this packet you can make ten different items to use or sell. The Ottawa Herald Pattern Dept., Hills. New York. PRINTED PATTERN Picture this flattering, soft- linen or cotton — the perfect finishing touch to a new outfit. Fun to make, sew-thrifty. Printed Pattern 4926: Misses' Head Sizes 21 1 /*, 22, 23. Yardages in pattern. Thirty-five cents in coins for this pattern — add 10 cents for each pattern for Ist-class mailing. Send to Anne Adams, The Ottawa Herald Pattern Dept., 213 West 17th St., New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS with ZONE, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. OVER 100 ANSWERS to "whaMo-wear" — in our new full color Fall-Winter Pattern Catalog. Casual, dressy, school- all sizes! Send 35 cents now. WANT TO WARM A HEART ON A COLD DAY? tart cherries totaled slightly over 1.2 million cases in early November while freezer slocks were llfi million pounds on Dec. 1. Retail prices have been running c o n- siderably lower than last year. Homemakers are fortunate in having this abundance of fruit at their beck and call, for unseasonably cold weather in winter garden areas of the Southeast cut sharply into our fresh orange and grapefruit supply. So, it's good news, indeed, that red tart cherries are plentiful enough to rate a spot on the U. S. Department of Agricultures' plentiful list for January. They're at their season's best too, for they're picked and packed at the peak of readiness. Red tart cherries, in salads, pies, cakes, puddings and sauces add a festive flair to foods during drab winter months. Next time you go grocery shopping why not pick up several cans? They come in mighty handy for preparing quick, easy-to- make desserts. Surprise your family with a Cherry Upside-Down-Cake, as one tempting possibility. Just drain one No. 2 can of cherries and mix with W t cups sugar and a dash of cinnamon and salt. Spread the mixture in a greased 9x9x2-inch pan and pour in your favorite cake mix batter. Bake at 350 degrees F. for 40 minutes. Remove from pan at once and serve either hot or cold. diamond-shaped pieces of wool and crepes are sewn together on a bias, a fleshless figure can be transformed into something sensuous, willowy and graceful. This tricky stitching could not be recommended for the abundantly endowed. Better for them was the so-called Monlmatre silhouette with its lanky overblouse, long sleeves and A-line skirts. For the girl who lives a gay social life, there were no diamonds, but sleeveless overblouses loaded with fake jewels. These twinkled over skirts made of fluttering layers of Easter egg-colored pastel chiffons. Ami Klein sent her manikins into the spotlight in more shirts than the average man could hope to have in his wardrobe. There were shirts for night, much too elegant to sleep in. For day, there were shirts to eat in, but only at the best restaurants. Others were to work in, but only at glamorous career jobs. Some were to play in, but nothing more strenuous than cards or the piano. Many, many more were to party in—any kind of party. The shirt often was a handsome wool jacket worn long over a slim skirt and a trim overblouse. Often it was a pullover in shaggy mohair, in soft floral silk, or in a heavy, well-disciplined crepe. DANIEL JOE, 1 year old, and Patricia Charlene, 4, are the children of Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Hermesmeyer, RFD 1, Rantoul. Grandparents are Mr. B. J. Hermesmeyer, RED 1, Richinand; and Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Watkins, Rantoul. A great-grandmother is Mrs. Mary Tillery, Likes nursing home, Ottawa. 41st Anniversary For B & PW Club Only Santa Can Do This MIAMI. Fla. (AP)—Down the chimney went Ray Tallman. He got stuck at the bottom. Rescue crews with sledge hammers got him out. It happened Tuesday at a bar at Sweetwater, west of Miami. Police Chief Jack Knight said Tallman told him the bar was closed when he got there, so he tried the chimney route. The chimney was 12 inches square on top, but tapered to 8 inches below, and the 140-pound Tallman couldn't make it. Tallman, 40, was charged with breaking and entering. Traffic Toll TOPEKA (AP)—Kansas traffic death log: 24 hours to 9 a.m. Wednesday 1 For January—13 For 1963—13 Comparable 1962 period—19 The Herald pays $5 every week for the best news tip turned in by a reader. Guest speaker for Ottawa Business and Professional Women's Club 41st anniverary dinner meeting last evening in North America Hotel was Miss Mattie Roscoe, Paola second district director, Kansas Federation of B & PW Clubs, and a service representative with Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. Miss Roscoe, who has a record of 40 years in telephone work, talked of problems and rewards in the life of a business woman. Her theme was "Stand T a 1 1." „ ,. „ Miss Roscoe's Mattie Roscoe travel companion was Mrs. Wanda Lewis, state B & PW publicity director. Mrs. Delbert Campbell pre- Lutheran Guild Holds Meeting For devotions at the Faith Lutheran Guild meeting in the church last evening Mrs. Charles Blum read from the 34th Psalm and from I Corinthians. The opening number was a hymn. Mrs. Don Price and Mrs. Albert Masenthin were hostesses. Mrs. Lewis Buck read the topic, "Keep In Form." The president, Mrs. Bob Roberts, appointed several committees. Several notes were read from servicemen for cheer boxes sent them at holiday time, one letter being from Zimdorf, Germany. sided. To mark the club's anniversary, Miss Ethyl Welton read accounts of the organizational meetings. A decorated cake was provided. It was announced that a number of members participated in work of registration for the polio clinic Sunday as a civic project. Dances Twist At Inaugural HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) Susan Scranton, 17, daughter of Pennsylvania's new governor, William W. Scranton, danced the twist early this morning at the inaugural ball that earlier featured a solo Charleston by her 45-year-old father. The state's First Lady, Mary Scranton, danced a polka and several waltzes with her husband. Golden Greetings ... an entirely New Line of Hallmark Valentines 318 S. Main CH 2-3024 WALK AROUND IT. SEE THE DIFFERENCES. Start at the rear of this Fleetside pickup. Grab the tailgate and pull hard. No give. Two wedge latches keep it tight. Now unfasten them and let down the gate. Jump up and down on it. Does it sag? Notice how the chains are wrapped in rubber so they won't rattle or mar paint. Now look at the lower side panels. Two walls. You might dent the inside one but it won't show through. The floor will never rust. It's select wood, not metal. Now please sit in the cab a minute. Comfortable? It also is double walled and the roof is insulated. Let's start 'er up and look for a washboard road. Chevrolet coil-spring suspensions fight road shock better than other types, good for the truck, load and the driver. There are other things. But you can see why this is a truck that does a job without a lot of pampering. It's built right. Which is why it's usually worth more at trade-in. When would you like us to deliver it? 12 NEW 6-CYLINDER ENGINESI New High Torque 230-cu.-in. Six is lighter but more powerful than its predecessor..It is standard in Series CIO through C50 models. New High Torque 292-cu .-in. Six—most powerful truck 6 Chevrolet has ever built! Standard in Series C60, optional at extra cost in lighter models. QUALITY rRUCKS COST less Test Drive the "Ntw Reliables" at your Chevrolet dealer's MOORE CHEVROLET-OLDS, INC 412-418 South Main St. Ottawa CH 2-3640 Gambles Trade-IN Headquarters Used Merchandise Clearance Must Sell All These Items NOW 1.9'xir All Wool Carpet. Scroll Pattern. Axminster. Lots of wear left. $48.88 or pay $1.25 each week. 2. Crescent Style Sofa. T-Cushion. Frieze upholstered. Pillow arms. Sturdy Construction. $28.88 or pay $1.25 each week. 3. 5 Piece Limed Oak Dining Room Suite. Drop leaf Duncan Phyfe. Added leaf. 4 fancy chairs. $44.95 or pay $1.25 each week. 4. 21" Coronado Console TV. Low Boy Style. Mahogany Cabinet. Nice clear picture. Guaranteed. $89.95. Other sets from $4.44 up. Pay $1.50 each week. 5. 3 Only - 2 piece Living Room Suites. Choice of style. Frieze upholstery. Construction A-OK. Spring cushion, were $49.95. Now $34.50 or pay $1.25 each week. 6. Brrrr -- Here's a real wife saver. Late Model Coronado Electric Clothes Dryer. Fully automatic. 30 Day guarantee. $68.88 or pay $5.50 each month. 7. Another wife-saver. Coronado Gas Dryer. Fully Automatic. Set it-forget it. 2 Heat. Pluff dries and no tons of wet wash to carry either. Guaranteed. Was $67.50. Now $49.95 or pay $1.25 each week. 8. 12 Cubic Foot, General Electric Chest Freezer. Reconditioned. Works like new. All new insulation installed. Spacesaver model. Sealed unit. Guaranteed. $99.95 or pay $6.00 each, month. 9. Like new. 3 Piece Shaded Walnut Bedroom Suite. Triple Dresser with plate glass beveled tilt mirror. Full size chest. Bookcase bed. Quality Set. Sold new for $199.95. Now $139.00 or pay $2.00 each week. 10. Frigidaire, 9 Cubic Foot Refrigerator. Across Top Freezer. Nice inside and out. Good gasket seal. Runs quiet. Economical. Sealed unit. Guaranteed. $48.88 or pay $1.25 each week. 11. 36" Enterprise Gas Range. Oven, Broiler, Storage, Oven Regulator, Clean - Cooks Fine -- Guaranteed. $39.95 or pay $5.00 each week. 12. 9'xl7' All Wool "McGee" twist- ex 3 ply Carpet Remnant. Heavy Wilton type back. Sold new for $152.15. Now $49.95 or pay $5.00 each month. 13. Comfort Plus -- Near New Recliner Chair. Stratolounger Brand. Upholstered in new U.S. Naugahyde a n d Nylon Frieze. Sold new for $129.95. Buy now $39.95 or pay $5.00 each month. 14. Perfect Condition describes this 9 Cubic Foot Coronado Upright Freezer. 1962 Model. Has 4 years, 6 months guarantee left on Tecumseh Sealed Unit. Traded in on 16* upright. Only $129.95 or pay $7.50 each month. 15. One group Platform Rocker and Swivel Chairs. Choose Tapestry, Plastic, Frieze, Velour. All discount priced. $4.88 and up. Pay No Money Down

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