The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on February 5, 1963 · Page 5
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• *-jS-; ' p'TW^t'- . From Heloise Chocolate Pudding Makes Tasty Drink By HELOISE CRUSE Dear Heloise: Did you ever run out of cocoa and have no chocolate for your children's milk? Use chocolate pudding! Add two teaspoons in a glass and then add your milk. It's delicious. A Reader Dear Folks: It just so happens that this afternoon we were out of cocoa. I did open a box of chocolate pudding — not the instant type. I put the pudding in the bottom of a glass added a das!' of water, and stirred it into a thick paste. Helois* Then I filled the glass with milk. My daughter thinks it's absolutely grand. This is wonderful hot, too. Just heat your milk and pour a dab of it into the bottom of the cup first, stir into a thick paste, and finish filling up the cup with the hot milk. Heloise This mother is a doll! Dear Heloise: As the result of losing a needle which I had stuck into the hole of a spool of thread, I took an inch of cellophane tape and stuck it over the hole of the spool. Then I stuck the needle through the tape. It's always there! The stickiness of the tape holds the needle in place. John Madison Dear Heloise: If you need a nice durable, easy to clean, non - slip tablecloth — try plastic upholstery. Sure is .wonderful. This upholstery comes in 64- inch widths and you can purchase whatever length you wish. It comes in pretty patterns, too. It's especially good when there are little children around the house, for there always seems to be at least one spill at every meal. Sure easy to wipe off with a sponge. Marjay Dear Heloise: Potatoes will mash without flying out of the bowl if you will cut them in small pieces before cooking! If you have trouble with liquids splashing from your electric mixer. . . when whipping things. . . throw a clean dishtowel over the entire mixer! Your walls or drainboard won't get pattered! Dear Heloise: When making boxed puddings hat require cooking. . . rather han stand over a hot stove for umpteen minutes, stirring and stirring. . . I mix the dry pudding mix with one egg and sel Club Program About Music Mrs. J. Ray Waddell gave a talk, "Music Musings," at the coffee meeting of Cosmopolitan Club Monday morning with Mrs. C. J. Pence. She discussed music of different countries the instruments used, and of music in Biblical times. She told of tonga bells and about lyres which Eskimos make from whale bones. Couple Wed In Greeley Married Feb. 3, in Greeley EUB Church were Geraldine Barrett, granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Borovicka, and Sheldon Richardson, son of M. and Mrs. E. L. Richardson. Rev. Eldon Mauk officiated. Giving music were Mrs. Sharon Townson, vocalist, and Mrs. Verna Millard, pianist. Judy Bo- The hostess displayed a tonga j rovicka and Bonnie Chase lighted bell she had received once as ajthe candles, The bride wore a white pcau de soie gown and a fingertip length veil. Attendants for the bride were Kathleen .Katzer and Peggy Bruns. The groom's brother, Eldon Richardson, acted as best man and Earl Richardson was groomsman. A reception was held in the church parlor. After a short wed ding trip Mr. and Mrs. Richard son will live in Kansas City where both are employed. favor. The speaker closed with a quotation by Browne, "There is music wherever there is harmony." It was announced the Kansas Federation of Women's Clubs talent auditions will be March 9, ir Lindsborg. Mrs. W. L. Pickering presided at the meeting which opened with club and patriotic rituals. Mrs. Lloyd Carr was welcomed as a new member. Mrs. ton was a guest. Dean Hamil- it aside. Put the milk in a heavy leavy pan on the stove. When ;he milk almost reaches the boil ing point, turn down the heat and sour the pudding mixture into ;he milk, stirring briskly. Result? Smooth pudding in about 30 seconds. I use a rubber scraper for the entire operation and I feel it. works better than a spoon and affords a good way to scrape out he bowl in which the pudding mix has been cooked. None is wasted. I vary vanilla puddings by adding sliced bananas, drained canned pineapple or any type of cut up chocolate candy bar after the pudding has cooled a bit. If color is wanted in any pudding, I add halved maraschino cherries. . . either in the pudding or on top of it. Often I add small marshmallows to chocolate pudding after it cools a bit. Mrs. D.A.R. Dear Heloise: The other day while I was adding bleach to white clothes in my washer, I accidentally dropped some bleach on a good while cotton shirt belonging to my son. When the wash was done, I found large brown spots all over the shirt from the bleach. I had no idea what to do to remove these spots so out of desperation I put the shirt in cool water and sprinkled cream of tartar over it. I let this soak for about an hour and when I took it out it was completely white again! Donna Mattys Dear Heloise: I keep my homemade cookies nice and fresh by putting a slice of fresh bread in the cookie jar with them. I change the breac Sorority Program On Paintings Mrs. Bill Simspon gave a program on "Paintings and Art," for Dmega Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi last evening. She traced the development of painting from the time of the cave man to the present day and showed pictures to illustrate the various stages. For roll call members named their favorite artists or paintings. The chapter voted to contribute to the sorority International Loan and Endowment funds, and to pay dues of $3.65 for associate membership in Ransom Memorial Hospital Auxiliary. Elected to a nominating committee were Mrs. Leland Gilliland, Mrs. Leroy Teter and Mrs. Tom Marks. Mrs. Teter was assisted by Mrs. Robert Wadkins, hostess' in reading the pledge ritual to Mrs. John Farquharson. Chapter scrapbooks were dis- )layed. In charge of the scrap- jook this year is Mrs. Duane Hall. Plans were discussed for a spring rush party and for a June rummage sale. Bridal Showers For Tykie Jensen about every other day. Daughter-in-law Fellowship Group Meets Holding a meeting Sunday evening with Dr. and Mrs. S. M. 3rockway was a new fellowship group, Pairs and Spares, of Westminster United Presbyterian Church. Assisting were Mr. and Mrs. John Finder and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Read. A potluck supper was served. Rev. E. E. Caylor gave devotions and John Finder conducted business. The speaker was Mario Argote, Ottawa University junior from New York, who discussed the Cuban situation. Mary Elizabeth Jensen, bride- elect of Richard Glenn, has been honor guest at several bridal showers recently. The couple will be married in First Methodist Church, March 16. Mrs. Loren Ames gave a bathroom shower. for Miss Jensen Feb. 2, with guests present from Ottawa, Osage City, Lecompton, Topeka and Garnett. Prizes won in contests were presented to the honor guest. On Feb. 1, Mrs. Cliff Haverty gave a miscellaneous shower assisted by Mrs. Harold Bennet. A large red heart and cupids decorated the gift table which was covered with a lace cloth. Fifteen guests were invited. Winning prizes in games were Mrs. Roger Zlatnik, Topeka, and Mrs. Luther Stevens. Hostess for another mis cellaneous shower was Mrs. B. H. Brewer assisted by Mrs. Douglas Pope and Betty Jane Trout. Gifts were arranged about a large white bell. Prizes in the games which formed the entertainment went to Mrs. George Keaton and Mrs. Randolph Bundy. Twenty . five guests were invited. Many were Miss Jensen's former classmates who talked of school events dating from kindergarten days. Speaker For Gar den Club Don Brown, county agricultural agent, was guest speaker for Ottawa Garden Club last evening in First Methodist Church. He discussed lawn care and soil testing and told of the literature available at the extension office. Bulletins include ones on growing tomatoes, controlling insects and diseases in the vegetable garden, varities of vegetables for this area and specific ones on growing house plants and some types of flowers. A question and answer period followed. Mrs. W. C. Harding introduced the speaker. A potluck supper preceded the program. Other guests present were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pflug and Mrs. Brown. Final Plans For Dinner Exemplar Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi, made final plans last evening for the three-chapter dinner dance to be Feb. 9, at Country Club. Mrs. James Rodgers, acting president, conducted the business. Mrs. Henry Gilroy was hostess assisted by Mrs. Bob Roberts. Each member brought two dozen cookies to be taken to Osawatomie State Hospital. Dorothy Baker gave the City Council report on the antique sale to be next summer. A surprise layefte shower was given Mrs. James Pollom for her baby son. Gifts were in a decorated baby basket. Refreshments were served. THE OTTAWA HERALD Tuesday, February 5, 1963 For Fast Results RE AD and USE HE WANT ADS EGULARLY! Hear Reports OnConclave Retta Conclave No. 8, True Kindred, had reports of the grand conclave in Kansas City, Kas., Jan. 25 and 26, at the meeting last evening in Masonic temple. They were given by Mrs. G. W. Ponton and Mrs. Melvin Sellers. Mrs. Lee Finch' worthy commander, presided and appointed committees for the year. The altar was draped in memory of Mrs. Nellie Cole who died Feb. 1, and Don Jones, Feb. 4. Mi\ and Mrs. Finch served refreshments. Special Purchase on Sweaters and Skirts Set Dyed to Match Socialettes Mrs. E. B. Enyart had family members present for a dinner Sunday at her home. Attending were Mrs. John Enyart, Roy Johnny and Karen. Grandview, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Duane Enyart, Sharon and Keith, Olathc; Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Enyart, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Daugharthy, Brad and Richard. Major Enyart is overseas and will return hdme in July. Donnic Marconette gave the NYF motto for a recent Youth Activities program for the Church of the Nazarene. His name was incorrectly given in a recent account of the meeting. Trainees Receive Caps Stormont Vail Hospital nursing students from this area who re* ceived their caps Friday evening in Topeka were Elaine Evans, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Evans; Sylvia Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Smith; and Helen Lederer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Lederer, Pomona. The candlelight ceremony was in MacVicar Chapel on the Washburn University campus. Afterward there was a reception in the Student Union Building for students, their families, and the faculty. Our personnel is thoroughly trained in the rites and customs of all faiths, fraternal organizations and racial groups. We seek to serve both through the excellence of our work and ethical counsel to the uninformed. February 7-13 BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA Building Today's boys into the. . . . MEN OF TOMORROW IENQTHEN ^ ^. . . AMERICA Our Nation's Future Seems to be everyone's year for Cadillac. And why not? It's the most wanted Cadillac ever built. And with twelve different models, who couldn't find one to fall in love with? Your dealer may just have that one for you right now. VISIT YOUR LOCAL AUTHORIZED DEALER MINNICK MOTORS. INC 201-09 S. Hickory - Ottawa, Kansas Is In Capable Hands! SCOUT WEEK PBBNUANV 7-13, l*«3 •OY SCOUTS Of AMBNI6A We all owe a debt of gratitude to trie Boy Scouts of America, for it is through this fine organization that millions of young boys throughout the country are being trained to take on the responsibilities that will one day be theirs as American citizens. 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