The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on March 5, 1963 · Page 7
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Hints From Heloise No Need To Guess In Filling The Iron By HELOISE CRUSE Dear Heloise: . For those who have steam irons and are always having to guess the measured amount of water to put in them.. . I have found a way to eliminate all of the guessing and measuring: If you have an empty detergent HAT FITTING - Mrs. John Shaw, Osawatomie, adjusts flower on Mrs. Harold's "whimsy" of veiling and covered buckram band. Mrs. W. C. Humphrey, who admires the effect, used patent leather material for band of her hat which has decoration of cherries and leaves. (Herald Photos by Lois Smith) bottle with the snip that is your answer. Take y o u r "" ' ". empty bottle and some dark finger nail polish and make two lines on either side of the bottle which will indicate the proper amount! of water to use each time. cap top, Helois* *u easy method of cleaning and told me it was dangerous to use. Is this true? It seems like a good cleaner to me. T. H. G. Dear T. H. G: Possible death can result from using carbon tetrachloride as a cleaner. The American Medical Association and the National Institute of Rug Cleaning warn that, although it is a good solvent, it has a high toxicity and may be absorbed through the skin into the blood stream. It also has an anesthetic ef Just pour your water up to the line and the next time you have to steam iron. . . your water is all ready to squeeze in the little hole. Remember to put the exact amount of water into your bottle. Then there will be no guessing as to how full your iron should be. . . or spattering spills when filling it. Doris Nelson Letter Of Laughter Dear Heloise: The time and mess saver that I would like to be able to purchase is shortening-wrapped in paper, with the amount marked in cups, etc., so I could cut along a line rather than measure and get a mess! If you have the manufacturer's ear, why don't you mention this? Mrs. John W. White I don't have a manufacturer's ear. But you just did! Want to bet? Heloise Dear Heloise: A friend of mine was visiting my .home yesterday while I was cleaning a spot off my rug with carbon tetrachloride. She was shocked that I had found this feet when inhaled and may effect arganic tissues of the kidneys, heart and liver. Your friend was right — take her advice. H you ever have to use it, make sure the room is well ventilated. Dear Heloise: I run a small launderette. I take great pride in the whiteness and brightness of my washes and the majority of my do-it- yourself girls are soon taking lessons. We have soft water but we stil use not over one-fourth cup o tri-sodium phosphate (commonly called TSP) in every wash ant just enough soap to barely break suds. When washing throw rugs, we use no soap at all. . . just dou ble the amount of TSP. The firs time you wash your throw rug; this way you will get a big shock . . The rugs are much brighter TSP can be purchased at hard ware and paint shops. If peopl find they have too much stare! in their dresses, wash them again in cold water and some of th starch will be eliminated. Es pecially if they tumble dry th garment afterwards. When drying starched clothes in a dryer, dry a few at a tim for a short period. If they are tot stiff, let them tumble five min utes longer. Rhooda Haenggi Dear Heloise: I wonder how many people know THE OTTAWA HERALD Tuesday, March 5, 1963 quick way to cook prepared pudding? Measure the two cups of cold milk into the sauce pan as usual, ake out one-half cup of the milk and put into a bowl. Mix the pudding mixture into he half-cup of cold milk and put he sauce pan with the remain- ng milk over low heat. When he milk is fairly hot, stir the mdding mixture into the hot milk and in a few seconds it is thickened! I admit there is an extra bowl o wash but to me it is a time- saver as I detest standing over a stove waiting and stirring. E. M. Carpenter Make Plans For Garden Meeting Ottawa Garden Club completed plans last evening for the Raw Valley Garden Association meeting to be in Ottawa March 23. The program was a series of slides, "Mansions, Memories and Magnolias," which was of some of the homes and furnishings as well as gardens of Natchez, Ala. A potluck supper proceeded the meeting in the small dining room of First Methodist Church. Forty- three members were present. Visitors were Mrs. C. L. Klingenberg, Great Bend, Mr. and Mri. Jay Brown and Miss Ethyle Wei- ton. 3 Auxiliary Does Sewing The Warren C. Black Unit of the American Legion Auxiliary is holding a series of sewing and business meetings on Monday afternoons for rehabilitation projects. A meeting was held yesterday afternoon, March 4, at the home of Mrs. C. E. Buckner. Another meeting will be held next Monday afternoon at Mrs. Buckner's home to continue sewing rug rags for the Wadsworth Hospital rug workshop. Mrs. David Bunch, president, conducted a short business session. It was voted to send $5 to the Ft. Leonard Wood Memorial fund for leprosy research; $1 to the fund for the "Chapel of Four Chaplains" memorial; $10 for coupon books for the patients in the Veterans Hospital at Wadsworth. Mrs. Allie Murray served refreshments, assisted by Mrs. Buckner. The Herald pays $5 every week for the best news tip turned in by • reader. WEDNESDAY 'Tot's Day 1 15% Discount on all Baby Portraits made on Wednesdays. No Appointment Necessary Applies to children up to five years of age. Free Parking at Seller Studio 1525 S. Main Phone CH 2-4893 LOTS OF HATS — Even camera-shy Laneita Humphrey's del- lie got a new hat yesterday while Mrs. Leonard Humphrey was in the business. Mrs. Humphrey models a green hat made by her mother, Mrs. John Staadt. Mrs. B. M. Ottaway put lots of white flowers on her hat and holds rainhat from Mrs. Shaw's collection. It is made with plastic garmet bag over flowered cotton print Posies Bloom On Hats, Tra-La PRINTED PATTERN At the first hint of spring, a woman's thoughts turn to hats Members of Harmony Homes HDU were no exception. However, these women have turned out some creations which appear to have come from the best commercial sources. The women worked as a group at an all-day 'session Monday in Richter Church annex under direction of Mrs. John Shaw, Osawatomie, who has worked with them previously. This time the accent was on lots of little bits" of nothing rath- Sew this casual that's yoked and buttoned for smart, above- the-waist interest Choose tatter- sail checks for interesting yoke effect. Printed Pattern 4603: Half Sizes 14%, 18%, 18%, 20%, 22%, 24%. Size 16% requires 4 yards 39-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 17th 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 pattern — any one you choose in new Spring- Summer Pattern Catalog. Send 90 cents now. Annual Birthday Dinner Royal Neighbors annual birthday dinner was served Friday evening in Masonic temple where Mrs. Henry Lilly and Mrs. Hubert Feuerborn decorated the tables with spring flowers, orchid and white colors, colored balloons and striped stick dandy. Guests were Opal Taggert, Arkansas City, district deputy, and Troop 301, Girl Scouts, sponsored by the lodge. Then 16 troop mem bers entertained with songs and a dialogue, "Aunt Fannie's Tea Party," directed by Mrs. Nelson Peed and Mrs. Jessie Gregg as sisted by Mrs. Rollie Hashman. Alice Smith gave a piano solo, Hawaiian Sunset," and Steven Tilton sang two solos. Mrs. Ches ter Louderback was in charge of the program. Mrs. Howard baked the birthday cake in the shape of the lodge emblem and decorated it with the lodge colors. Fifty-five attended. The Baby Has Been Named At Ransom Memorial Hospital: The daughter born March 1 to Mr. and Mrs. Max Dwayne Huner, RFD 2, has been named Jan Elaine. She weighed 8 lb., 3% oz. The daughter bom March 3 to Mr. and Mrs. Warren White, 934 Locust, has been named La- Rita Renee. She weighed 6 lb., 2 oz. The son born March 3 to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Allen Shaw, 721 S. Mulberry, has been named :Cent Lane. He weighed 8 lb., 7 cz. Club Forecast Wednesday ACE. city library OU FACULTY WOMEN'S Club, West dorm STITCH and CHATTER, Mr*. Jack Nelson, potluck CWF, First Christian . FIRST BAPTIST WMS FIRST METHODIST WSCI TRINITY WSCS UNION CHAPEL WSCS WOMAN'S ASSOCIATION, Westratnste; U.P. Church MAZA EVANS WMS Circlt EASTERN STAR er than feathers and velvet and "winterish" materials previously used. Mrs. Shaw brought boxes containing flowers in all colors, veiling in different patterns and colors, buckram, wire, frames, ribbon,, straw braid and unusual fabrics. 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