The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on February 15, 1963 · Page 7
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Cade-Wallack Rite Solemnized Joycelyn Ann Cade, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Van B. Cade, Quenemo, and Chester Wallack, son of Mrs. J. Dillon Knupp, Larned, and Chester Wallack, New Jersey; were married Feb. 3, in Quenemo Federated Church. Rev. Ray Fenley performed the double ring ceremony at 3 p.m. The bride wore a white suit and white accessories and a corsage of white mums. Attendants for the couple were Karen Anderson, Bird City, and Carl Martinson, Kansas City. A reception was held at the bride's home where her sister, Mrs. Merle Jensen, Herrington, assisted in serving., The bride was graduated from Quenemo High School. She is a senior music major at University of Kansas and a member of Muu Pi Epsilon sorority which she serves as song leader. She was a member of the Fashion Board and was KU's candidate for American Royal Queen, 1962. The groom, a graduate of Colorado Springs, Colo., high School, is also a senior at KU. He is co-producer of the Rock- Chalk Review to be given in March. Socialettes Mrs. Gertrude Schrader and Mrs. Beatrice Baker, Leland. II!., have been visiting the past week with Mr. and Mrs. Jess Montague, Mr. and Mrs. Roy T'aylor and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Greaves. They came to attend the marriage of Cheryl Taylor and Joseph T. Schawang Feb. 9. Acorn Club voted a contribution of one dollar to the Heart Fund at a recent meeting with Mrs. Ballard Wood. A potluck dinner was served. Mrs. Siegele conducted the business session. Members prepared a quilt top to be tied at the next meeting, March 13, at Acorn community house. General Edward Hand Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, will meet with Mrs. G. D. Weilepp Saturday afternoon. Swiss Cheese Hits The Spot By CECILY BROWN STONE Associated Press Food Editor Such delightful things to do with Swiss Cheese! Do you usually use cheddar chesse in a souffle? Change about! Try Swiss for an interesting flavor turnaround. A chef's salad simply isn't the real thing without Swiss cheese. But one must: the cheese must be cut in matchlike strips. Don't ask us why. All we know is that this way it tastes best. Use the cheese for grilled sandwiches, adding ham if you like. You can make these in a skillet, adding plenty of butter and toasting the sandwiches until golden brown. We think these are particularly good niade with a robust whole-wheat bread. Company com- ing for lunch? Serve these sandwiches with mango chutney spooned into tiny lettuce cups; add a tossed green salad dressed with olive oil and wine vinegar, salt and freshly ground pepper. Some cooks we know dote on adding cubes of Swiss cheese to a Waldorf salad — you know the old-time combination of celery, apple, mayonnaise and sometimes nuts. SWISS CHEESE SOUFFLE 1-3 cup butter 1-3 cup flour I'/a teaspoons salt % teaspoon paprika % teaspoon pepper I'/fc cups milk 1 teaspoon Worchestershire sauce % pound finely grated Swiss cheese (about 2 cups) 6 eggs (separated) Melt butter in a saucepan over low heat; stir in flour, salt, paprika and pepper. Add milk; cook and stir constantly until thickened. Remove from heat. Add Worcestershire and gradually the cheese, stirring vigorously until melted. Cook slightly. Beat egg yolks until thick and pale colored; fold thoroughly into cheese mixture. Beat egg whites until they hold soft peaks; fold gently but thoroughly into cheese mixture. Pour into an ungreased 2- quart souffle dish or similar casserole. Set in pan of hot water. Bake in moderate (350 degrees) oven about 1 hour or until a silver knife inserted in center comes out clean. Makes 6 servings. CHEESE SOUFFLE doesn't have to be made with cbeddar cheese; try Swiss cheese in this dish for an interesting flavor change. Post Votes Contribution US Army Mothers Post No. 4 voted Tuesday to send $10 in coupon books to Wichita VA Hospital. Mrs. Nora Foley, commander, was in charge of the meeting in Memorial Auditorium. Plans were made to give fried chicken dinners in June and August for Topeka VA Hospital patients. Plans were discussed for the state Army Mothers convention to be in Ottawa in May. The state commander, Mrs. Leland Monroe, asked each member to make a small gift to be used as a prize at the convention. The charter was draped for Mrs. William Boucek. The refreshment committee included Mrs. B. G. Otto, Mrs. Fred Schnoke and Mrs. Tom Liggett. They served a dessert from a table decorated in a Valentine theme. PRINTED PATTERN 4747 SIZES 12U-241* Williamsburg Circle Meets WILLIAMSBURG - The Alpha Circle of Womans' Society of the Methodist Church met at the home of Mrs. Frances Williams, with Mrs. L. W. Sutherland, Mrs. Etta McMillan and Miss Maurine Moats as refreshment hostesses. Mrs. Decker was in charge of the business meeting. Mrs. Thornton led devotions, and Mrs. Harry Trabert, assisted by Mrs. Raymond Adams, Mrs. J, W. Bennett and Mrs. Luke Pattie, had the program entitled "Missionaries and Deaconesses." Twentythree members, five guests, and two children were present. The next meeting will be in the home of Mrs. Jess Edgecomb with Daisy Van Valkenburg as assisting hostess and Mrs. Vena McMillan as program leader. •ull color Fall:Winter Pattern Ca alog, Casual, dressy, school — all sizes! Send 35 cents now. Simmer Them Be sure to cook dried beans a a simmering temperature so the will stay whole. If the beans d not boil, you should be able t cook a pound of the beans (a li tie over two cups) in IVa quart of water. Want a dress you can wear anywhere, everywhere? Sew a classic basic with slim or flared skirt — round or square neckline in wool, cotton. Printed Pattern 4747: Half Sizes 12Vz, 14'/2, 16 l /a, 18'/2, 20»/ 2 , 22%, 24'/ 3 . Sizes 16& takes 2% yards 54-inch. FIFTY CENTS in coins for this pattern — add 10 cents for each pattern for Ist-class mail ing. Send to Anne Adams, The Ottawa Herald Pattern Dept. 243 West 17th St., New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly NAME, Ad- DRESS with ZONE, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. OVER 100 ANSWERS to "whit-to-wear" - in our new FORMER OTTAWAN WED — Mr. and Mrs. Douglas James Overstreet were married Dec. 22, at Linden Baptist Church, North Kansas City. Mrs. Overstreet is the former Jacklyn Piepmeier, Kansas City. Mr. Overstreet is the son of former Ottawans, Mr. and Mrs. George Overstreet. Theme Is Period Of Nationalism Mrs. Frank Thayer arranged the Skilton Music Club program, "The Period of Nationalism in Music," for the meeting at Mrs. Neal Pritchards's home Wednesday evening. She told that this period in the history of music was brought about by the formation of national states during the time roughtly set as 1800 to 1925. Music was also subjected to this process of nationalism when composers tried to bring out and to use the folk idiom and folk lore of their own countries. Mrs. Eldon Rader gave as piano solo, Tchaikowsky's, "Concerto No. 1." Mrs. William Closter gave a vocal solo, "Valero," by Cesar Cue, accompanied by Mrs. Bruce Spears. Records played were "Dance of Prince Igor," by Boriden; 'Flight of the Bumblebee," by Rimsky Korsakov; and "Largo," from "Symphony of the New World." Singing "Snow," by Elgar was a women's double trio composed of Mrs. R. E. Roseberry, Mrs. Spears, Mrs. Bob Roberts, Mrs. Raymond Gillette, Mrs. Gene Mohr and Mrs. Robert Pinet. Two other piano solos were "Poeme Erotique," by Grieg, played by Mrs. Rader; and "Serenota Andaluda," by De Falle, given by Mrs. M. A. Welty. A vocal trio composed of Mrs. Tom Dillon, Mrs. Walter Pankratz and Mrs. Thayer sang "Summer Time," from "Porgy and Bess." Refreshments were served by co-hostesses, Mrs. Kloster and Mrs. Roseberry. Guests included Mrs. Studder, president of the Neodesha Music Club, Mrs. Bob Roberts, Mrs. Walter Pankratz and Mrs. Tom Dillon. Transfer Member For Rebekahs Rebekahs accepted Mrs. Frank Sargent as a transfer member at the meeting Wednesday eve ning in IOOF hall with Mrs. Ivan McFadden presiding. Mrs. 0. L Breckendrige, district deputy president, installed Mrs. Ruth Hoopes as vice grand assisted by Mrs. Adam Wicke, deputy war den, and Mrs. Glenn Lancaster leputy marshall. Mrs. Floyd Hamner and Mrs Jen Gibson were appointed righ 1 and left altar supporters. Mrs /iola Rodgers was appointed as Jueen Esther and Mrs. Harry d was appointed representa ive for the school of instruc ion to be March 7. It was announced that all mem >ers are invited to Osage City ?eb. 23, when a new Rebekal odge will be instituted. It wa announced the Diamond Harves [lally will be in Baldwin, Feb 25. Plans were made for the an nual cherry pie supper Feb. 27 m IOOF hall. Serving refresh ments were Mrs. Ivan McFad den and Mrs. Ruth Hoopes. Sweetest Words Ever Written A checking account adds prestige to your name and offers the most convenient and safest way to discharge an obligation that was ever invented. Your account in any amount is welcome in our bank. THE NORTH SIDE BANK Tecumseh and Main Dial CH 2-2052 R. S. Hill, Pres. Ed Hosier, Vice Pres. and Cashier Mamie Sands, Asst. Cashier Glen Hayward, Asst. Cashier Howard Deputy, Asst. Cashier Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Add Parsley Ever add minced parsley tc potato pancakes? This addition i ;ood for the pancake made from grated raw potoates or the mashed cooked spuds. Hints From Heloise THE OTTAWA HERALD Friday, February 15, 19«J Bacon Under Cover Well Done And Flat Helots* )ear Heloise: When I fry bacon, it does not curl. I fry it in my regular fry- ng pan and place the bottom of another pan directly over the bacon itself — then put it all over a very low flame. Results? slice flat pieces of bacon and not ihrunk. Bertlia Biercna Well. . . did you ever? I tried .his idea. Here is what I did: I put my bacon slices in a cold cast iron skillet after cut- ing the slices in half. I lined :he bottom (outside) of a pic tin with foil. I put this t i n over the cold bacon and turned the fire on low and cooked it slow- y. Heavens to Betsy. . . gues what I came up with? Nice, flat, perfectly browned bacon slices. It didn't shrink either! I had no fatty spots on it and it was as straight as could be. Now. . . here is something that I discovered at the same time. I put a paper napkin inside the pie tin and as each piece of bacon was done, I removed it and put it in the pie tin on top of the paper napkin. The bacon kept warm (because the pie .tin was hot) until my eggs were cooked! Thanks for the idea Bertilia. My family loves it. Heloise Dear Heloise: My mother gave me this method for folding contour sheets: While standing put a hand in two of the contour corners (along side of sheet). Slip one corner inside of the other corner. Repeat this step with the other two corners. Now you have half a sheet with two contour corners and two straight corners. Slip the two corners from one hand inside the other two corners which are held in the other hand. One now has a sheet with one contour corner and tree straight corners. Lay the sheet flat on a table. Turn the two sides in (to flatten the contour corner) and proceed to fold the sheet in any desired manner to fit your linen closet. They really do come out beautifully flat. Mrs. Wiiliamsedor Dear Heloise: If you are tired of lugging your vacuum cleaner up and down your stairs. . . keep two places for storing the vacuum cleaner — one upstairs and one downstairs! Whichever floor you finish vacuuming on, store your vacuum cleaner there and the next time you clean, start cleaning on that level first. That way you only take your vacuum up and down once each cleaning session! Dear Heloise: When I fiy eggs, I keep the grease from spattering all over my stove by sprinkling a little cornstarch around in my pan. The cornstarch gives the eggs a wonderful taste and also you don't get your stove in a mess. Myrtle Wright Dear Heloise: Does anyone know how to prepare french fried potatoes and freeze them in a home freezer without their turning brown and going limp when cooked? Anyone know? If so write to this woman and address your letters to Heloise in care of this paper. Letters do not have to be signed to appear in this column. This is a real good question. As long as our grease is cooking why shouldn't we utilize it? Some sweet "coffee - friend" please tell us how. Heloise Dear Heloise: If you own a 9 x 12 cotton rug ... it can be hung on the clothes* line on a windy day. Or did people know this? Everytime «/• hang ours out it looks as if it had been professionally cleaned. S.T.G. DRAKE'S BAKERY For Rolls-Donuts-Pies and all other bakery products Your old piano or musi- sal instrument is worth more on a new . .. WURLITZER At... BUTLER'S Dial CH 2-4700 O'Connor's Shoes LADIES: Treat yourself to "INSTANT COMFORT!" Just slip into a pair of our new 'Risque'. They make hard Pavement feel like deep pile carpeting. Color—Black Sweet Kid • ^^ O'Connor's Shoes 205 South Main SPECIAL OFFER FRIDAY-SATURDAY-SUNDAY Whole Fried Chicken with " • French Fries or Mashed Potatoes for 4 • Pint of Cream Gravy • Pint of Cole Slaw Reg. 3.65 Value $ 1.95 Colbern's Restaurant 3 Day's Only (Famous for our Fried Chicken) 115 E. 5th CH 2-4190 Bennett's Flavor - of - the - Month Available at all BENNETT Retail Dealers * e .(.r at the BENNETT RETAIL ICE CREAM STORE COFFEE - HOT CHOCOLATE PEPSI -- ROOT BEER MALTS -- SHAKES -- SUNDAES HAMBURGERS — CHEESEBURGERS CHILI — CONEYS — FRENCH FRIES PORK TENDERLOIN — HOT DOGS Retail Ice Cream Store CH 2-4974 212 N, Miin r »• ,|i • d is B* a d sr ir n- 16 id

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