The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on February 14, 1963 · Page 6
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 6

Ottawa, Kansas
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Thursday, February 14, 1963
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THE OTTAWA HERALD Thursday, Feb. 14, 1963 iRotary Aims * Program ftas 4 CJ \Irish Theme '- Mrs. Raymond P. Jennings, chairman of the Rotary Anns hostess committee for Tuesday, announced the program theme with an original poem indicating that in February we celebrate Lin- itoln's birthday, Valentine's Day [and history of Ireland. " The group sang, "My Wild Irish Rose," accompanied by 3Mrs. J. R. Henning: Ottawa Uni- •versity students, Linda Kerr £nd Lawrence Davila, gave a vo- 3cal duet, "Go Pretty Rose," Accompanied by Dorothy Goodman; and Mr. Davila gave a tenor solo, "Only a Rose." ; Mrs. A. B. Martin, hostess, gave £n account of many things included in the five trips she and Dr. Martin have taken to Ireland [and England between 1924 and ;1962. In her showing of slides iwere glimpses of Dr. Martin's «arly home, his family, scenic Jwints in Ireland, relatives in 'England and a rebuilt cathedral ;jn Coventry, England. *.. Others on the hostess committee were Mrs. Clarence Nau- .man, Mrs. J. B. Stewart and Mrs. IW. G. Hegarty, assisted by Mrs. •Owen Shofner and Mrs. 0. R. "Norman * Refreshments were served from jja table decorated with an ar- Jrangements of red carnations. ;Mrs. C. W. Hegberg poured. Fa- jvors were small American flags. \W oman, 89 I Bakes Cake I For Man, 88 » John P. Miller, Quenemo, cele- Ibrated his 88th birthday Sunday •as honor guest at a dinner at the ;home of his daughter and son:in-law, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Scrib- •ner, RFD 3. : Mr. Scribner's mother, Mrs. A. -"B. Scribner, 89, baked the birth;day cakes, an angelfood and a rdate nut cake. • Other guests were Mr. Miller's sister and her husband. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Bailey. Lyndon; Mr *and Mrs. Mearle Christeson, Mr. "and Mrs. Paul Johnson. Judy and ; Charles, Lloyd Scribner, Mr. and ;Mrs. W. C. Payne and Francie and i Susie McNish. : Guild Topic About Race I Mrs. Charles Wells, lesson lead- ;er for First Methodist Wesleyan . Service Guild meeting Tuesday 'night, chose the topic, "What .Shall We Tell Children About jiRace?" > Taking part in the first part of •a skit were Mrs. Nelle Stout, leader, Miss Louella Parrott, Mrs •; Marine Spears, Mrs. W. S. Suits . and Mrs. Bertes McKinley. In the • second part, representing fain: ily life, were Mr. and Mrs. George ;' Hutchinson, Ronnie and Pam : Mavity and Mrs. John Ott. • A general discussion followed -the skit. Miss Parrott gave de- "votions which dealth with race • relations, an article from Guider. posts. ' Mrs. H. C. Stevens was hostess • assisted by Mrs. Gordon Bond : Mrs. Hutchinson conducted busi- • ness. Mrs.. Gene Mavity was a ; guest. VALENTINE SUPPER - Members of Brownie Troop No. 327, Garfield School, entertained parents at Valentine box supper Tuesday evening. In the first row, from left, are Kathy Loyd, Carol Smith, Jo Lynne Ramsey, Annette Hiben, Sharon Fpbert, Pam Snider, Becky Tyson and Susan Chesbro. Girls visible in the row at right are Barbara Steere, Patricia Angell, Susan Wittmeyer, Jill Hashagen, Susan Minnick and Kathleen Fitzgibbon. Jo Lynne's box was judged prettiest, and Barbara's was second. Mrs. Clyde Hashagen is leader, assisted by Mrs. Gene Ramsey. (Herald Photo by Lois Smith) Hints From Heloise Put A Real Treat In The Lunch Pail By HELOISE CRUSE Dear Heloise: I have some hints from the lunch box packer. The idea about using the chemical which you freeze to keep sandwiches cool is a good idea, but the Mother's idea about freezing the sandwiches was even better! By eating time the sandwiches and other things are just right for eating. I also freeze cakes, cookies, and so forth. I make up a quantity of , sandwiches and cakes and freeze them all. All I have to do in the mornings is take them out of the freezer and put them into the lunch box. Here are my Helois* hints for packing a 'good lunch: Try not to have sandwiches for dinner when the lunch carrier is home. Variety: Don't have the same thing in the lunch as they had at home the day before. Arrange the lunch box neatly and appetizing and in the order of eating. Make sure all the necessary things are in the lunch box such as a fork, napkin and most important, salt. Some other hints on variety Have the lunch carrier pick out Even those who do not carry lunches — I am speaking of my mothers and homemakers I their own lunchmeat. there are a lot of different kinds, thank goodness. Freeze fried chicken and put it in the lunch when they least expect it! Have hard-boiled eggs, containers of gelatin, potato salad and relishes. Have different drinks and different types of potato chips such as onion-flavored, etc. Have soup or stew in an extra little vacuum bottle during cold weather. It may cost a little more but it will sure make a nicer meal for the lunch carrier. Right? Dear Sandra: You are so right! Sandra Smith wonder if they are aware that when they are in the mood they could do this for themselves? Then when lunchtime rolls around — and we are not in the mood to cook or dirty our kitchen because we have worked all morning to get it clean — our sandwiches would be ready to eat. Heloise I do not have an electric dishwasher but did you know that if you rinse a mayonnaise jar out with vinegar it will cut all of the grease immediately? L.V. Dear Heloise: Instead of buying pork chops, I buy pork roast. It's less expensive, and of course I cut it myself to make my own chops For swiss steak I buy a chuck roast, cut it in half and prepare it for swiss steak. It takes a little longer to cook but uses less money too. Mankato You're sure right about that swiss steak and the pork chops too. Just the thought of a good swiss steak loaded with onions makes me hungry right now. Heloise Dear Heloise: When a recipe calls for crumbled bacon take a package of uncooked bacon and a pair of sharp kitchen shears and snip several times across the entire width of the layers. You will wind up with a lot of neat "julienne" ships which will fry out into neat little "crumbles." These can be added to salads, scrambled eggs, sandwiches, etc. Eleanor Brandt. Dear Heloise: The yardstick is a convenience when hanging curtains. It is never easy to distribute the gathers at the top evenly. I spread them as evenly as possible, then step down off my ladder, get my yardstick and move my gathers into perfect folds. By standing away from the curtain and letting the yardstick do the work for you. . . it is easier to spot where too many folds are. Mrs. S. L. Cullen Nurses Elect New Officers Franklin County Nurses elected officers last evening at the meeting in Ransom Memorial Hospital conference room. They are Mrs. Joe Mickey, president; Mrs. Joe McGilbray, vice president; and Mrs. John Farquharson, secretary-treasurer. For the program there were demonstrations of new hospital equipment including the Bennett positive pressure machine and a patient lift. Chapter Sent Coupon Books Faith Chapter, Gold Star Mothers, voted to send $10 in coupon books to Wichita VA Hospital at Tuesday's meeting in Memorial Auditorium. Mrs. Nora Foley, commander, was in charge. It was also voted to entertain patients from Topeka VA Hospital at fried chicken dinners in June and August. Mrs. Leland Monroe, state commander of Army Mothers, asked members to make gifts for prizes at the state convention in Ottawa in May. The charter was draped for Mrs. William Boucek. Serving dessert from a table decorated in a Valentine theme were Mrs. B. G. Otto, Mrs. Fred Schnoke and Mrs. Tom Liggett. Program On Mental Health Speaking to Child Study Club last evening was a guest, Dr. Franklin C. Boraks, director of Franklin County Guidance Center. He spoke on mental health problems of children and young people, and answered questions on the subject. Mrs. Art Conus was hostess and Mrs. Harry Rybolt was in charge of the program. During a short business session, it was voted to continue associate membership in Ransom Memorial Hospital Auxiliary. Refreshments were served. Soeialettes Mrs. D. G. Laury was guest speaker for One-To-Six Club last evening. She displayed her but* ton collection and told the history connected with the buttons. Mrs. Boyd White gave devotions. Mrs. David Johnson was hostess with Mrs. Dale Schamle and Mrs. Floyd Thompson as her assist* ants. Refreshments were served at the close. Tot-To-Teen Club guest speaker last evening was W. B. Smith who showed a collection of slides of powers and scenery, taken locally and at a distance. Mrs. R. E. Boyer conducted business. Mrs. Max Drake was hostess as* sisted by Mrs. R. A. Bruce. Mrs. W. B. Smith was also a guest. , Mrs. ^ Eva Fleming gave the devotional topic, "Love," for Lend-A-Hand Class in Trinity Methodist Church Tuesday evening. Mrs. Frank Stanturf presided in the absence of Mrs. Jess Blake. A white elephant sale netted $12.45. Hostesses were Mrsi W. C. Yokum, Mrs/Pauline Wright and Mrs. Jack Sullins. INC. AFTER INVENTORY CLEARANCE CONTINUES with i 1 . 1 L / = 1 k X IN EVERY DEPARTMENT Come See Biggest Sale Ever Use Your Edmiston's Optional Credit Account Boneless 69 Lb. Food King OLEO BEEF STEW 2 Ibi. beef it«w meat 14 tipi. ult U' tip. pepper Flour for dredf inf Lard for browning 2 onion*, chopped 2 cupi tomato pur** (or canned tomatoei) 2 CUJH boiling wattf 2 bay leavei 1 onion, minced 4 (talks celery (cut in 1-in. piece*) 1 ireen pepper, diced 3 citrots, sliced 4 potatoes, quartered Hive meat cut into small cubei. Roll in flour, tenoned wilh ult and pepper; brown in a little hot lard. Brown chopped onions in lard. 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