Hints From Heloise Yolk By HELOISE CRUSE Dear Heloise: When you plan to use egg whites for a special dish here is a suggestion to make use of the egg yolks: Have a small pan of boiling water sitting on a hot burner. The water must be at a rolling boil to keep the yolk from sticking. As you separate the eggs, drop the egg yolks imVthis boil• ing water, cover and boil until ' the yolks are at the hard boil 1 stage. • Dip the yolks from the water and let cool in a dish and store in your refriger- a t o r. When it \ comes time to make s a n d- wiches, mix mustard, salt and pepper and a dab of mayonnaise with the mashed egg yolks. This makes a he- man lunch box or a thinner spread for dainty lady fingers at tea. (Just remove the crusts.) Mrs. Jody Smith Dear Heloise: When the glaze wears off my chintz. . . I restore it by dipping ' it into a clear solution of starch to which a small amount of paraffin or candle wax has been added, and stir the mixture thor- •: oughly while it is boiling hot! : For a pair of curtains I use a piece of wax about the size of a ; walnut. I iron on the right side. Note: to be certain to get the ; desired stiffness, test the starch first on a tieback for the proper stiffness. ALM Helois* Dear Heloise: I am a working mother. Therefore. . . my time is valuable and limited. When I am sewing I must take all of the short cuts I can. When r aking a dress or skirt or just making some alterations on a garment, instead of basting in seams or a hem or even shortening men's and boy's trousers, I use ordinary hair clips! I have the broad flat kind and they are just .wonderful for clipping all the way along the side seams and are just fabulous for holding hems in dresses! All "one has to do is simply measure their hem. . . slide on the hair clip and then when stitching in place, whether by machine or by hand, you just slide the clip off as you go along! Reader Dear Heloise: My husband smokes in bed . . . He recently burned some holes in the top of a beautiful, brand new, dark blue taffeta bedspread. I am exasperated. I know they cannot be patched or mended without leaving a pucker that will show. And you know this type of bedspread has a white cotton batting filler. . . . which shows through when a hole occurs. Now what can I do? Bonnie S. Dear Bonnie: The exact same thing happened in our house! Here's what I did: I took a felt marker — to match my blue bedspread. These can be bought at any dime and most drug stores. I gently touch- MR. AND MRS. A. J. NICHOLS 50th Anniversary An open house marking the 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Nichols, will be held March 3, 2 to 4 p.m. at the home of a son, Bill Nichols, and family, 534 S. Mulberry. The couple lives at Richmond. Mr. Nichols is a retired auctioneer. Lucille Bane and Mr. Nichols were married March 1, 1913, at Belton, Mo. They have five children, 22 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. The children will all be present for the open house. They are Mrs. Rule Gould and Mrs. Joe DeVies, Denver, Colo.; Bill Nichols, Ottawa; U. F. Nichols, Emmett; and Jack Nichols, Richmond. Not Really WHITE ELEPHANTS --One Table — Costume Jewelry Large Selection. .. Pins -Bracelets -- Necklaces and Earrings Reg. $1.00 Values ... Now .50 Reg. $2.00 Values ... Now 1.00 CIFTS JEWELRY 232 S. Main ed the tiny hole where the white cotton showed through. The marker dyed the white cotton. Who knows that I have holes? And you were right about tacking and sewing up those holes. It looks horrible. Don't use too much dye. You don't want the dye to get all over the spread and leave a ring. You might prefer to use a toothpick with a dab of cotton on the end and some ink as a substitute for the above method. Heloise Dear Heloise: I put heavy-duty foil in the bottom of our garbage can. This prevents rust. Each day as I empty the garbage I wash the piece of foil and return it to the bottom of the can. Sure beats scrubbing the can. Mary Program On Venzuela MPM Club program yesterday n First Methodist Church was, 'A Tour of Venezuela," by Mrs. E. J. Harris. She based her talk on a visit with friends there and llustrated it with color slides showing many. The meeting began with relating of the club collect led >y Mrs. F. F. Fockele. Hostesses were Mrs. Ross Nichols and Miss Clara Kaiser. Announcement was made of the musical tea and guest day to be held March 11, at First United Presbyterian Church. Initiation For Members Job's Daughters meeting last evening opened with a candlelight Bible ceremony. Nancy North and Dalene Waymire sang, "Holy Bible, Book Divine." Initiation was held for seven girls, Jean Geiss, Mollie Griffin, Linda Fouts, Shirley Snyder, Judy Brown, Cheryl Todd and Kari Brown. Mr. Louis Dale, past master of Ottawa Lodge No. 18, AF & AM, was escorted to the east and introduced. For her librarian's report Teresa Moore gave a hymorous skit in which nine girls participated. Ann Geiss gave a vocal solo, "I Know That My Redeemer Liveth." There was a social hour after the meeting with serving of punch and cookies. There were 18 officers, 44 members, 12 coucil members and 11 guests present. Mrs. William Lucas was given a layette shower recently by Mrs. Raymond Coulter. Pink and blue crepe paper streamers were decorations and a stork standing in baby basket. Pink and blue booties decorated the cake servings. About 15 attended and others sent gifts. Your Fashion Store BLOUSES and KNIT SHIRTS Values 3.98 to 4.98 $1.88 DRESSES One Group—$10.95 Value Now $4.44 One Group Better Dresses ¥2 PRICE White Elephant Table of Bargains! Assorted Gloves -Bras - Girdles — Taffeta Slips -- Hose CHOICE 50c WOOL SLACKS and SKIRTS Values 6.95—8.95—10.95 Now $4.88 REMNANTS 1/2 PRICE Good Selection PRINTS 80 Square Values 5 3 iCiS* SI •00 Assorted Fabrics Pampered Cottons—Rayona—etc. Values to 1.29 Yd. Now SOc yd. Assorted Fabrics 45" Widths—Values to 1.98 yd. Now $1.00 yd. SETS Reg. 3.35 Now 2.49 Large Bath, Reg 1.98 .Now 1.44 Wash Cloths, Reg 39e Now .29 Hand Towels, Reg. 98c Now .76 Auxiliary Holds Sewing Meeting Fourteen members of the Warren C. Black Unit, American Legion, Auxiliary met yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. C. E. Buckner for a sewing meeting and business meeting. Mrs. David Bunch, president, conducted the business session. Since there will be no regular meeting next month because of the American Legion Birthday supper being observed March 12, some matters of business were considered. The unit voted to order 2500 poppies for the annual Poppy Day sale in May. It was decided to invite one group of 4-H members to assist in selling poppies. Committees were appointed to work at the Legion Birthday potluck supper. The group planned to attend the funeral of Mrs. Mabel Holmes, Wednesday, at Towners Chapel. Appreciation was expressed for the faithful service Mrs. Holmes rendered as music chairman of the unit. Mrs. Allie Murray assisted Mrs. Buckner in serving refreshments. Another sewing meeting will be held next Monday afternoon, March 4, at the home of Mrs. Buckner. Rug rags sewed at these meetings will be taken to the Wadsworth Hospital Rug Workshop. Layette Shower Married AtScipio Lois Adkinson, daughter of Mrs. Mildred Adkinson, Greeley, and Lloyd "Bill" Chandler, son of Mrs. Maxine Chandler, Richmond, were married at St. Boni- Face Church, Scipio, Feb. 23, at 9 a.m. Father Leonard Kinzler officiated. The wedding dinner was served at Manners Inn, Gamett. The couple is at home with the bride's mother. Socialettes Dorothy Glandville, Ottawa, is one of 47 Kansas State Univer sity pledges of Delta Zeta, reactivating social sorority, after a short< rush period. Delta Zeta was the first national pan- hellenic social organization al K-State, but was dissolved dur ing the depression. The pledging Sunday followed, a round of rush parties over the weekend. Delta Zeta is 60 years old and has 144 collegiate chapters with 46,000 active members. Mrs. Earl Farris has returned from a month's visit with her daughter and family, Dr. and Mrs. T. R. Hellier, Jr., Clark Lisa, and the new baby, Jana Ruth, Arlington, Tex. Mrs. Farris' mother, Mrs. F. C. Drake who had been visiting in Phoenix, Ariz., joined her at Arlington and both returned home together. White Space Does Increase Readership of Ads I 1 1 Use IT! 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Hold Rally At Baldwin Baldwin Rebekah lodge hosted a harvest rally last evening with Ottawa, Quenemo and Pomona odges represented. Mrs. Edith Whitted presided. Mrs. Eugene Kalb led group sing- ng with accompaniment by Mrs. Maurice Frye. The program included a solo by Carol Williams, accompanied by Janice Johanning; and a reading by Lois Stover. Miss Stover won a cake walk. Plans were made to meet at Pomona, March 25, at 8 p.m. Those attending are asked to take cakes. Refreshments were served to the 47 present. Club Forecast Wednesday CHILD STUDY, Mrs. Norma Lewis OMICRON CHAPTER, Beta Sigma Phi, Mrs. Charles Anderson TOT-TO-TEEN, Mrs. Wlllard Lister SKILTON MUSIC CLUB, Mrs. George Lister N. BAPTIST WMS REBEKAHS SWEET ADELINES The Herald pays $5 every week for the best news tip turned in by a reader. THE OTTAWA HERALD Tuesday, February 26, The Baby Has jj Been Named At Ransom Memorial Hospital: ; The daughter born Feb. f .ll to Mr. and Mrs. Owen Henry Brtidks, Pomona, has been named Sue Ellen. She weighed 8 to. The daughter born Feb. 21 to Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Wilfred Turley, Rantoul, has been named Teresa Marie. She weighed 8 ' oz. Food Theme For Program, Mrs. Gene Miller gave the program for Mothers Club last evening. She talked on home cooking, kitchen ideas, nutrition, diet, hints for preparing meals and how to organize a kitchen for efficient meal preparation. She discussed basic foods and gave out some of her favorite recipes. Mrs. Vernon Bear was hostess assisted by Mrs. Ann Warren. For roll call each member told of an unforgettable meal. WHITE ELEPHANT SALE Girls' WOOL SKIRTS Values To 7.98 JUNE'S Infant's - Children's - Sub-Teen's 232 S. Main PENNEY'S Ottawa's White Elephant Sale Ready-To-Wear Depf. 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