The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on February 12, 1963 · Page 6
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THE OTTAWA HERALD Tuesday, Feb. 12, 1961 Jumper Dress Is Spring Favorite TO NURSING HOMES THEY GO - Before setting out for local nursing homes yesterday, members of Ottawa Hairdressers began their celebration of Beauty Salon Week with a breakfast in North American Hotel. The operators contribute their time, skill and materials in hair dressing for residents of the nursing homes as part of tl.oir observance of the special week. Among those participating were those above, Bonnie McBride (from left), Thelma Moore, Zoe Shisler, Wilma Hcckman Mable Cook, Bula Cummings and Marie Barnett. : Hints from Heloise By LUCIE NOEL PARIS (AP) - Yves Saint-Laurent launched the jumper dress in his spring and summer collection today and revived the long sleeve for evening wear. Hemlines cover the knee. Bosoms are apparent but not stressed. The jumper dress is shown for every hour, in contrasting fabrics. Sleeves are of foulard twill tie silk and the body of the dress is in plain mixture weaves or spring fabrics. Saint-Laurent's sleeves for evening are wrist length and beaded or jeweled on chiffon. For evening, immaculate white is shown in cloque fabrics. Saint-Laurent has fun with the nun coif, which he fills with flowers in the back. The designer keeps the knees well covered in all daytime suits and ensembles. Hemlines drop to floor length for evening. Bosoms are there but never arrogant. Daytime necklines often are topped by stiff turndown collars, in white organdy or sometimes of starched linen, reminis cent of those worn by circus clowns. Smaller high exaggerated Eton collars appear on some suit neck- ines and blouses. Organdy or silk shantung ascots, draped to hide the wearer's chin, are worn with all suits. Evening and late afternoon necklines often are scooped deeply n the back. A softer line is achieved through gentle shirring in the back, dra matically emphasized on a black silk shaped sheath. Big news is the return of the longer sleeve for evening. Saint- Laurent stresses a tight long sleeve, embroidering it in precious glittering jewelry, often on chif fon, sometimes on lace and often with jewelry in close formation Jeune Fille evening dresses have jeweled tops. One in ruby stone is shown with a peach pink shirt. Saint-Laurent makes a great comeback with the full-length evening gown. Dressy cocktail ensembles go through the dinner hour and if it's a big parly, the word is formal wear. Cooking's Fun GOOD LUNCH If you had ham over the weekend, you can use a little of the leftovers in this salad. New England Gam Chowder Sarah's Salad Fruit Muffins SARAH'S SALAD 1 eggs 2 tablespoons chili sauce 1. tablespoon mayonnaise 2 tablespoons minced green pepper % cup finely diced cooked ham Salt, pepper and paprika Salad greens Hard-cook the eggs; shell; cut into halves lengthwise. Remove yolks and mash fine; mix in chili sauce, mayonnaise, green pepper, ham and salt and pepper to taste. Spoon yolk mixture back into egg-white cavities; sprinkle with paprika. Serve on salad greens. Makes 4 servings, : eggs per portion. The Herald pays $5 every week for the best news tip turned in by a reader. Faith Chapter Has Meeting Mrs. Jess Medlen conducted the business session of Faith Chapter, Gold Star Mothers, yester day in Memorial Auditorium. Mrs Roy Bones gave a prayer. The charter was draped fo Mrs. William Boucek. Plane wen made for a potluck luncheon ifarch 11, in connection with an installation ceremony Pittsburg nd Topeka Chapters will be in- nted as guests. Program On Carpets Mrs. Alba Hewitt gave the program topic, "The Art and Ori;in of Carpets," for MPM Club yesterday. She showed illustra- ions of Persian rugs and modern land - braided rugs. Mrs Hew- tt was introduced by the pro- ijram chairman, Mrs. W. J. Phillips. Mrs. W. R. Gamble and Mrs. R. F. Lollar acted as hostesses for the meeting at First Methodist Church. Mrs. W. C. Harding led in reciting of the club collect. Mrs. R. 0. Harder was asked to represent the club at the Ransom Memorial Hospital Auxiliary coffee to be Feb. 22, in Elliott Hall. Dumpling Hint When you are baking apple dumplings, you'll find that pie dough that is rolled about Vr inch thick and cut into 6-inch squares will enfold apples that are about 3 inches in diameter. The fruit for the dumplins should of course be pared and cored. Marked Ice Tray Always In Right Helois* ; By HELOISE CRUSE ; Howdy! f Have you ever been ir. a hurry ito replace an ice tray back in ;the refrigerator — especially the «rype with the plastic inserts—and ?find that the ice tray divider is | in backwards? I What I am talking about is the Jkind which is more slanted on :one end than on the other. : Why they "•tfcn't make both ends alike I'll never know! Well. . . I've found the answer, gals. Just take a dab of finger nail polish and put a dot on one end 9f the plastic insert and put another dot on the matching end of the aluminum fray. This way, whether you are to a hurry or not, all you have fo- do is just see that the two red dots are on one end. Real tricky, eh? ; ' Heloise $ear Heloise: :i keep some ordinary baking iojda in a large jar with a piece of; old bird's eye diaper. ! "When it rains, just dampen the doth and put gobs of baking soda mi it and wipe the auto windows inside and out. The rain won't ftiy on the windshield and it acts as if it were true magic! < J Violette Dear Heloise: Can anyone tell us what to do with powdered sugar that is hard and lumpy? * - Port Arthur ; If you have the answer, please tell us! Write to Heloise c-o this Paper- Dear Heloise: ; The chore of hanging out the family wash in cold weather will Ije. lessened if you make use of tots of coat hangers. •While still in your nice warm bouse, put your diapers, tea tow- els, and so forth on the clothes hangers. Then put the hangers on the clothes line! (Pin the clothes to the hangers with clothes pins before going outside and they won't blow off!) This idea is good for hankies and socks and all of the little things. Eileen Fortney Dear Heloise: I have found that a cloth dipped in furniture oil will wipe off crayon marks from wood work Then just wash the surface with soap and water. Helen Douglas Dear Heloise: When having a party for children and you have clear sliding glass doors in your house, you can use baloons and tape them to the glass doors. This prevents the children from walking through the glass. . . . which can be mighty dangerous. The balloons are decorative, too. Janet Byrd Ladies, do you know that balloons (after they are blown up) can be rubbed on anything wool, such as a wool rug or skirt or slacks, and static electricity will be generated? The balloons will then stick to ceilings or walls for your party! 'Tis so. . . we do it every year and the children love it. Besides, it saves the mess of cleaning up glue, etc., later. Cruse Household Dear Heloise: If you are late getting dinner started and know that your husband is going to be disturbed about the lateness of his meal, set the table first. (It's the psychology of the thing!) A man thinks that when the table is set, the meal is soon to follow! My foods teacher in college told me this some years ago, and even though she wasn't married, she certainly understood men! Mrs. L. Johnson She sure did! Heloise Souffle Hint When you are preparing a baked dessert souffle, you may butter the souffle dish and sprinkle it with sugar before adding the souffle mixture. VALENTINE Dilly Bars D.Q. Sandwiches D.Q. Cups 0«UNOWttM Be Sure to take home enough C D Ctf* I A I Heavy Pac — Chocolate AAf* drEWIML or Vanilla Qt. *t*TW Prices Good Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday BOWMAN'S 1507 South Main i 1*11. •ATIONAI DAtiV Ton can till this '*» on sight-crta at night! Those over-and-under headlights do more than set a Pontiac apart-they aim better. Another way to spot a Pontiac is by /is driver. He's • happy one indeed. So will you be. when you check your dealer. Wide-Track P«tttU« HURRY ON DOWN TO WIDE-TRACK TOWN MINNICK MOTORS, INC 201-09 S. Hickory » Ottawa, Kansas FLY THIS FLAG Which The Herald Offers At Cost As A Public Service! The Crusade for Freedom sfarfs af your door Fly the new 50-Star Flag at your home on every important national holiday. The more homes that fly our flag . . . the more the whole world will know that the Spirit of '76 is just as fresh in our hearts today as it was 185 years ago. We offer these flags hi the BIG 3x5-foot size hi fine colorfast cotton with double stitched stripes; 6-ft. 2-pc. jointed hardwood staff with ball top decoration; metal window socket and •crews for permanet mounting; halyard; mounting instruction* and flag etiquette folder. Remember there are more than 20 nationally important holidays on which the flag should be flown. 3'x5'-50 Stars Complete Kif For Only Makes An Ideal Gift For Friends, Relatives, Civic Groups t On Sale In The Business CLIP AND SAVE For Future Reference Flag Flying HOLIDAYS* NEW YEAR'S DAY January 1st LINCOLN'S BIRTHDAY February 12th WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY February 22nd JEFFERSON DAY April 13th LAW DAY USA — Loyalty Day May 1st ARMED FORCES DAY May — 3rd Saturday MEMORIAL DAY May 30th FLAG DAY June 14th INDEPENDENCE DAY July 4th V-J DAY — August 14th LABOR DAY Sept — 1st Monday VETERAN'S DAY — Nov. llth THANKSGIVING DAY Nov. 4th Thursday PEARL HARBOR DAY Dec. 7th CHRISTMAS. DAY — Dec. 25th ' and there are more Of The OTTAWA HERALD

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