The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on March 4, 1963 · Page 6
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p.. Hints From Heloise Put Some Stretch In Contour Sheets By HELOISE CRUSE Dear Heloise: I inherited a number of odd- sized sheets. Since my mattresses were two different sizes. . .1 made my own contour sheets. I placed the sheet evenly on RECEIVES CAP - Artie Jo Boyson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Emerson, 737 S. Oak, received her cap from Newman Hospital School of Nursing, Emporia, Feb. 24. PRINTED PATTERN j 4589 WAIST 24"-32" Extra-easy! Wrap 'round and tie to cinch waist — no fitting worries. Whip up this wonder skirt in denim, duck, tweed, flan• nel, jersey. Printed Pattern 4589: Misses' Waist Sizes 24, 25, 26, 28, 30, 32. Size 28 takes 2'/j yards 45-inch fabric. FIFTY CENTS in coins for this pattern — add 10 cents for each pattern for Ist-class mailing. Send to Anne Adams, The Ottawa Herald, Pattern Dept., 243 West 17lh St., New York 11, N.Y. Print .plainly NAME, ADDRESS with 'ZONE, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. Just out! 304 design ideas plus coupon for FREE pal- tern — any one you choose in new Spring - Summer Pattern Catalog, Send 50 cents now. The Milk We Use Is Produced In Franklin County SELECT DAIRY CH 2-1607 he mattress and tucked it in on all sides, then carefully pinned each corner together. After sew- ng a row of stitches on each corner (diagonally), I tried it on the bed again. If it seemed to 'it, I removed the pins, and sewed it a second time. . . making flat fell or french seam. I then sewed a piece of colored bias tape (to match the room) in o n c corner of each sheet so that T could easily 1 identify t h e right sheet for the right mat- u . . tress. lielols ' After the first sheet for each bed is completed, save the corner that you cut out and use it For a pattern. Then it will not be necessary to measure every sheet. C.N. Dear Ladies: Thanks for all of your ideas on making contour sheets. I put all methods together and made contour sheets this week! Some I ruined. . . Patterns are wonderful but they do not fit all sizes of mattresses ... or so I found out! The above directions were excellent as far as I'm concerned and here's how I did it: As my mattresses varied in size I found it far better to do just what "C.N." suggested. I placed the sheet (after being washed because some sheets shrink), on top of my mattress, and holding each corner out at a 450 degree angle took some straight pins and pinned the corners to the exact size of the mattress. I followed her instructions and tried the sheets back on the bed before finishing the underneath corner. When I was sure it fitted, I finished the sheet by inserting elastic on opposite corners (two insertions of elastic instead of the regular four), thus saving on elastic. Here is another hint I discovered: it's an easier way to make up the bed for those who have twin-sized mattresses pushed together to form a king-sized bed: If you have never found a contour sheet to fit an over-sized king" mattress, instead of making twin-sized sheets to cover each mattress, make the contour sheet to fit the entire expanse of the bed. This will not only eliminate the problem of sheets on each mattress but I found that it was far easier instead of putting the sheet on all four corners of each mattress (which makes eight times) to apply it to only four corners. This cuts your work in exactly half. Think that over! Also. . . instead of washing two bottom sheets each week we are only washing one! For those who send their linens to commercia laundrys you may be charged i wee bit more for a king-sizet sheet but it is cheaper than pay ing for two separate sheets. Where can you get your ma terial: Buy a big sheet (or sheet ing) and turn it sideways (this, means the exact wrong way across the bed) and continue from there to make your own custom-made sheets. If you will look in your closet and find your favorite contour sheet, you may easily rip (this means to remove the thread) from one corner of this "pet" sheet, and press it flat on your ironing board. Then. . . you wil have a perfect pattern for your individual contour sheets. Later the sheet may be resewn. Lay a newspaper underneath this sheet and take a crayon and draw around the pattern, then take your scissors and cut it out. Anc use it on those new sheets you are cutting. For those of you who are copying sheets with insertions . . the part cut from the corner of the sheet will suffice for your insertion. Some sheets have reinforcet gusset, try putting some elastic THE OTTAWA HERALD Monday, March 4, 1963 Golden Age Club Meeting Golden Age Recreation dub opened the meeting Saturday afternoon in Youth Center by repeating the Lord's prayer. Members discussed plans for the good of the club. It is announced the club invites all senior citizens who would like to meet for an afternoon of fun and games. Club Forecast AAUW, Mrs. E. V. Meyer, ft p. m. BETA OAMMA, Mrs. L. E. Daugharthy ENTBE NOUB, MM. Don Madlaon PAST PRESIDENTS of BcBUCeant, Mrs. Merle Marmon NMC, Mrs. Melvln Seller* CHAPTER GL, Mrs. Lewis Irtrtn JAYCEE JAYNES, Mrs. CInrenc* Hlgdon HIGHLAND AVENUE, Mrs. Verne White LADIES MISSIONARY Meeting, Faith Bible Church NAZARENE MISSIONARY Society PROMENADERS in these corners! It gives just enough to keep from breaking your fingernails, lifting that heavy mattress, putting your knee under it, and "splitting your insides" out trying to pull it over the fourth corner! Love Heloise Heloise welcomes all mail, especially household hints which she can pass on to readers as space permits. However, because of the tremendous volume of mail she receives daily, Heloise is unable to answer all individual letters. She will answer readers' questions in her column whenever possible. DRAKE'S BAKERY For Rolls-Donuts-Pies and all other bakery products Does Memory Bloom in Your Thoughts? for MONEY** MAI Me toihufe No attd to leave home or work when you want money! Use BENEFICIAL'S convenient Loans-by-Mai! service. Fill in and mail the coupon below . ., or phone and ask for a loan. The minute your loan's arranged you'll get a check in your mail box. MAIL THIS COUPON TODAY ADDRESS. , PHONE. AMOUNT. , NEEDED BY_ I Leans $25 to $2000 — Loans over $300 life-inured at low cost Bmcflclol Finance Co. »f lawnnct, Inc. IHVi MASSACHUSETTS STREET, LAWRENCE Over Roberts Jewelry • MMIMI Viking 1-M74 Ask for the YES MANaier OKN IVININCS BY APFOINTMINT—PHONE fO» IVENIN6 HOUM BENEFICIAL FINANCE SVSTCM calling all youngsters to come in and see the new spring Young America's Finest Fitting Shoes O'Connor's Shoes 205 South Main Public Sale Will sell at Public Auction at farm located miles south and 1% miles west of Wellsville; 1 mile north and 1% miles west of Junction K-33 and K-68 ; or 8 miles east, 1 mile north and % mile east of Ottawa, on Thursday, March 7, "63 COMMENCING AT 10:30 A.M. CATTLE — Whiteface cow, fresh March 15; Whiteface heifer, weight 450 Ibs.; 8 Whiteface steers, weight 450 Ibs. ; 7 black heifers, weight 550 Ibs. MACHINERY ,— 1948 John Deere B tractor; old John Deere B tractor on steel ; John Deere cultivator; John Deere No. 5 mowing machine; John Deere side delivery rake ; John Deere manure spreader; John Deere planter converted for tractor lift; John Deere 6' tandem disc; I.H.C. 2-12 plow; I.H.C. 13-7 drill, fertilizer and seeder; 4- wheel traler, good bed; old 4-wheel trailer; drag harrow; New Idea hay loader; hand corn shelter; hammer mill with belt. FEED — 150 bales Brome and alfalfa hay. POULTRY — 60 Austra White pullets, laying good. HOUSHOLD ITEMS — Divan and chair; lounge chair; bed and dresser; piano; chest; cedar lined clothes wardrobe; lamp; army cot; Navajo rugs; Navajo saddle blanket; mirrors; treadle sewing machine; electric range; Warm Morning coal heater; small kerosene heater; lawn chairs; miscellaneous. MISCELLANEOUS— 3x3x8 ft. welded water tank; 6 bbl. water tank; 100 bbl. water tank; set 8" steel blocks with 150' cable; 200 hedge posts; steel posts; wheel barrow sprayer; 6 feed bunks with redwood bottoms; 200 ft. 1" plastic pipe; 6x6x6 ft. insulated metal building; 3 rolls barbed wire; 4" grain auger; 5 gallons white paint; guttering and down spout; telephone poles; %" pipe; %" pipe; log chains, all sizes; oil drums; 2" centrifugal pump; l}/>" centrifugal pump; 1" gear pump; 1" suction hose; V/ 2 " hose; 89" V Belts; 900' No. 10 insulated copper wire, new; 1961 Homelite chain saw; used lumber; 2" redwood boards; bridge planks; 2 tarpaulins; 235' %" wire rope; truck tire chains; car tire chains; buzz saw; 1 h.p. 3-phase motor; railroad ties; 1 14' ladder; small tools and many items too numerous to mention. ANTIQUES — Loveseat; 2 rockers; walnut chest; oak commode; cedar churn; small walnut table; other small antique items. AT PRIVATE SALE — 1" pipe; 2" pipe; 6*4" casing. Not responsible for accidents Terms: Cash. BRUCE HAYS, Owner Myers Bros., Aucts. Wellsville Bank, Clerk Lunch will be served by the New Hope W.M.S. MARCH VOWS - Mrs. Olin Minckley, 1325 S. Cedar, M. nounces the engagement of her daughter, Lowana Elvena, to Robert Pardon, son of Mrs. Loron Fanatia, Parsons. A March wedding is being planned. Removals Alderman, Mm. M. E., to «1J W. IBth; Bundy, R. V.,1 rom 622 S. Locust to Topeka; Johnson, Mrs. Otto, Orange City. Iowa, to 747 S. Oak; Milllnson Amherst, to 832 S. Cedar; Thomspon Carl, from Ul» N. Oak. Parties Honor Tykie Jensen Several showers have been given recently honoring tykie Jensen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Art Jensen. Miss Jensen's marriage to Richard D. Glenn, ton of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Glenn, Lecompton, will take place March 16, at 7:30 p.m. in First Methodist Church. Mrs. Robert Morris or Lecompton with other friends gave a miscellaneous shower at the city hall in Lecompton. The gifts were arranged around a bride doll dressed in white satin, standing in a garden of lavender sweet peas. The game, Stepping Stones of Marriage, led Miss Jensen to the gift table. The 27 guests attending were from Lecompton, Perry, Topeka, Lawrence and Ottawa. Mrs. Larry Oestriedi, Topeka, and Mrs. Dave Cairns, gave a personal shower il flie Oesfriech home. Fifteen guests attended. Mrs. Morris Wilson, Ottawa, attended and assisted with the serving. Giving a miscellaneous shower at tiie Phil McCracken home, Ottawa, Feb. 28, were Mrs. Me- CracSen, Mrs. Joe ClarK, Kansaa City, and Mrs. Joe Terrill, Topeka. Gifts were arranged on a table decorated with a china bride doll and an arrangement of flowers. In games of bride bingo, Mrs. Harry Webster and Mrs. Don Brown won prizes which they presented to the honor guest. Fourteen attended. Mrs. Jensen has planned * coffee honoring her daughter, Saturday, March 9, from 9 a.m. to noon. No invitations have been issued but all friends are invited to attend. A Complete Line Of PRATT & LAMBERT Paints and Varnishes NUZMAN LUMBER 113 E. 1st CH 2-1572 The Friendly Store Kroehler Furniture and Motorola Electronics SALE WE BOUGHT 1.000 CARLOADS FOR THIS SALE LET OUR BUYING POWER SAVE YOU MONEY Quantities Limited - Hurry For Best Selection Modern 2-pe. sectional can b* used at individual sofas or at a corner sectional with table. Beautiful yet durable nylon upholstery in smart new decorator colors! M SCEC. Ml FABULOUS MODERN 2-PC. SECTIONAL OR LOUNGE SOFA! *ttOAf No CASH •v 'x.* ~&r \\ '**>. OiKe-A-Yeor Savings! ^=S -.••*"> V* y,r> ?*r >>'. C " 4 '&$<, Don't mist this exciting sole of Filing room furniture! Modem bumper end sofa is upholstered in easy* care nylon! Molded foam back, unique one-arm styting. Your choice of new, exciting decorator colon, n tree, m 3 Piece Modem SECTIONAL 126" of Seating No Money Down at CumWei tecttonot sett the scene I n STEC. m FOAM Urathant) Cushions Regular 209.95 Pay No Money Down Only 2.00 Ea. Wk. •«pMrto«i< ,Wbi 168 Steel Frame Nylon Fabrics Choice of Colors - Foam Cushions Guaranteed Construction NYLON COVERED SLEEPER Beautiful Sofa By Day Converts to wonderful Bed at night. SLEEPS 2 ON AN INNERSPRING MATTRESS

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