The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on February 20, 1963 · Page 6
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 6

Ottawa, Kansas
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Wednesday, February 20, 1963
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* }/ * '_ _ * Hirtis From Heloise OTTAWA HERALD f Wednesday, Feb. 20, 1963 Doormat From Plastic Bags !i. ;:>•;.. '• • O By HELOISE CRUSE Dear Heloise: Almost everything .we have comes in plastic bags. I save them! When I have enough bags I crochet a rug. I cut the strips about one inch to one-half inch and then I start making my rugs. They are wonderful to put outside the front door to wipe your feet on and catch the soil. You just wash them with the garden hose and you are in business again. . . Mrs. 0. C. Brown Dear Heloise: I was most delighted to read- 1 in your column how to get odd nylon slock ings all out color. Here is the method I use: Heluis* I used an enamel kettle, and started with cold water and one heaping tablespoon of salt. I boiled all of my odd nylon stockings for three minutes after the water came to a full rolling boil. Then. . . I set the pan off of the heat and allowed the water to get completely cold while the hose were still in it. Next, I rinsed the hose in clear water. Each time I wear these hose I wash them in mild suds. They are still all the same color. This is a very satisfactory method. I have passed it on to several friends and have never had a complaint, Sandra Land Dear Heloise: One of your readers wrote to you about adding syrup to peanut butter. I add a little vanilla to mine! It makes a delicious spread. Margueritte Smith Stanton News Visitors From Missouri By OLLIE BRASSFIELD Sunday dinner guests of George and Ollie Brassfield were 'Mrs. Donald J. Smith, Richards-Gebaur Air Force Base, Mo., and her mother, Frances Zutterman, Belton, Mo.; Jim Chamberlin, and Otis Foster. Afternoon callers were Kenneth •Evans and son, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Brassfield and Mr. and Mrs. Gale Gilbert, Rantoul. T Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Devin were Tuesday afternoon visitors jof George and Ollie Brassfield. Morning callers Mrs. Alma [McKoon and Kenneth Evans. [Wednesday visitors were Harold iFarris, Osawatomie, and Mr. and iMrs. Dan Brassfield. ! Mrs. Frances Zutterman, Bel•ton, Mo., and daughter, Eliza- fbeth Smith, called on Mrs. Mary (Anderson and John Sharp Sun- jday morning. I Howard Grigsby and Bron De; vin, Ottawa, called on his brother, Bruce Devin, last week. Ted 'Workman and Richey called last ; Sunday evening. : Mr. and Mrs. Albert McKoon :and children spent Friday with 'his brother, Eldon McKoon and ' family. ' Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Devin and . girls called on Mr. and Mrs. John ^Beebe Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Evans and sons were Tuesday dinner : guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Richardson, and Ida. Jim Chamberlin also was a caller. Margie Grigsby celebrated her • 12th birthday Feb. 14 and served the teacher and pupils of Stan ton school ice cream and cookies. Last Sunday visitors at the Chuck Azentzsch home were Rev. '. and Mrs. Priddy and family, Paola, and Connie, Donna and Vickie Cook. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Schwartz and daughters, Overland Park, were dinner guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Beebe, it being Lewis' birthday. Jim Chamberlin called on Mr. .and Mrs. John Beebe Friday aft• ernoon. • Mr. and Mrs. Eldon McKoon .and family were dinner guests ol -her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Redick, and Jerry, Rantoul, Sunday. Workshop Patterns )car Heloise: The idea of using nylon net for sh cloths when washing dishes s great. However, the nylon ll not wipe off counter and tale tops, because it cannot be /rung dry. I licked that problem by cut- ng a piece of nylon net the same izc as my dish cloth. . . and ewing the net to the back of the ish cloth. Now this serves a oublc piu-pose. The net side an be used for washing, and the loth side for wiping up! Rose Amolsch )ear Heloise: Would you please help me with ny problem? Many of my windows steam up nd I have to keep wiping them. et they are always wet. Is there something I can do to help pre- r ent them from steaming up? Mrs. Ralph White Dear Folks: Has anybody got the answer o this problem? We would appre- iate it if you would drop us a 4 LAMPS FROM SCRAPS OF WOOD THE RIGHT LAMP is yours with these designs made from odds and ends of wood. Place a 'avorite figurine on a well-light base. Make a lamp with contrast- ng footed base, a tall lamp with >rass banded neck, or a planter amp that encourates bloom with extra light—all with Pattern 364 which is 35 cents. This pattern also is in the Small Household furnishings Packet No. 10 for $1. The Ottawa Herald Pattern Dept., Bedford Hills, New York. The Herald pays $5 every week for the best news tip turned in by a reader. More Chicks Than In'62 TOPEKA (AP) — Commercia: catchers produced 490,000 chicks during January, 7 per cen more than the same month year ago but 9 per cent below he 1957-61 average, the Kansas Crop and Livestock Reporting Service said today. Broiler-type chicks totalet 250,000 and egg-type chicks 240, 000 for the month. An estimated 4,000 turkey were hatched during January ant none were hatched in January year ago. To Name Polaris Sub For Wilson VALLEJO, Calif. AP) - Th 18th Polaris nuclear submarin will be christened the USS Wood row Wilson by a granddaughter the late president, the Navy sak today. Miss Eleanor Axson Sayre Cambridge, Mass., will swing th bottle against the bow of the 425 foot missile - armed undersea craft at Mare Island Naval Ship yard Friday. line. Send your answers to Heloise in care of this paper. Letters do not hive to be signed to appear in the column. And . . .while you are writing if you have a common household problem that has bugged you, why not let us try to help you? Heloise Kansas Magazine And 'Out of the Past' Two good BOOKS to read concerning Kansas. Priced at $1.00 and $3.50 John G. Kaiser Drug Store (In Masonic Bldg.) 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