The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on March 6, 1963 · Page 3
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PLAN MAY VOWS - Mr. and Mrs. John G. Ochs, 326 East 12th, announce the engagement of their daughter, Joanne Louise, to Larry Lee Hinderliter, 531 S. Hickory. An early May wedding is planned and will take place at Sacred Heart Catholic Church. (Wright Photo) Socialettes Jaycee Jaynes made plans last evening for decorations for the JC District 7 quarterly meeting at the Armory, April 8. Assisting the hostess, Mrs. Clarence Higdon, in serving refreshments was Mrs. Chet Worl. Mrs. James Edwards was a guest. NMC Club was entertained yesterday by Mrs. Melvin Sellers. Mrs. Rawlie Price conducted a business session. The group chose Mrs. H. F. Duvall as courtesy chairman. Fail-mount Birthday club meeting has been postponed from March 15 to March 22, at Mrs. Lloyd Daugharthy's home. Party For Patients Exemplar Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi, entertained 12 women patients from Osawatomie State Hospital at a card party Monday evening at Mrs. Wallace Hart's home. Mrs. Bill Lay assisted Mrs. Hart with serving of refreshments. Miss Dorothy Baker was chairman in charge of the event. A St. Patrick's theme was carried out. Law Officers Go To School All Ottawa policemen and three officers from the Franklin County sheriff's office are attending a police school being conducted here this week by FBI agents out of the Kansas City FBI office. The school started Monday and will run through Friday, covering every phase of police work except traffic regulations. A total of 33 officers, including local authorities and representatives of the Ottawa merchant and Civil Defense police and representatives from the Garnett and Lawrence police departments and Anderson and Douglas County sheriff's departments, are attending. The course includes 15 hours of lectures and films and was requested by the local city and county law offices and County Attorney Donald White. The FBI conducts the school without charge. Wed 50 Years Mr. and Mrs. John Fritts, Pomona, were married 50 years ago today. They will observe their anniversary with a family dinner Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Rice and family, RFD 2. Today is also Mr. Fritts' 74th birthday. Hints From Heloise Bake A Cake In Tomato Can By HELOISE CRUSE Dear Heloise: Since you came up with the suggestion of making meatloaf in fruit juice cans, I would like to tell you how I expanded on the idea: I never baked a boxed cake in layer pans anymore. I now use tomato c an s, vegetable cans, even coffee cans. The small- size cakes, individual tiny cakes, etc., can be cooled and put into the deep freeze anytime of t h e day or night! You are exactly right Helois* when you said never make just one cake at a time. I found that I can always make enough for two cakes at a time, pour in the batter and load down my deep freeze with these darlings. When the time comes that I am too tired (but still want cake) all I have to do is. . . remove that old tin can full of delicacies from my deep freeze, let it thaw and ice it. PRINTED PATTERN The icing requires little effort. It is the original making of the batter that dirties my kitchen. Another thing ... if you do not have time to make icing — ice cream, synthetic whipped cream or fruits may be placed on top of the cake and it's called a fancy desert these days! Jane Williams Dear Heloise: Here is something I learned from my husband. In every household, door hinges have a habit of working loose. We just remove the screw, insert part of a toothpick into the hole, and then replace the screw. For large screws we use the bottom end of a kitchen match. It works like a charm and replaces the shrinking, or wear, the wood has undergone. All one needs is a good screwdriver! Ella M. Hehr Dear Heloise: I remove match scratches on dark wood by heating a little olive oil and dipping cotton in it. By rubbing the scratch with this it will completely disappear. Ann Pulaski Dear Heloise: Can you tell me how to remove ink stains from doctors' white nylon jackets — the kind they wear in their offices? Mrs. Harry Stone You failed to state if the ink was ball point or regular ink. Have you tried plain rubbing alcohol? If not, try it. First douse two wash rags with some rubbing alcohol. Hold one Dear Heloise: Having four children, we also have dozens of birthday gifts to purchase for all of the invitations they receive. I now buy a half-dozen gifts at a time (usually at sales), and when a party comes up my children can choose an appropriate toy from our immediate supply. This saves me not only at least 50 cents, but about 30 minutes of my time. Mrs. Kay Fulton Dear Heloise: For people who do not have rag underneath the stained spot enough fitted sheets to cover all and rub the top part of the ma- their mattresses they might try terial with the other. . . turning m y method. I put a blanket sheet the bottom rag as the stain ap- ' ' J Mf " v * pears on it. [even an old one will do) under he bottom sheet before tucking Another method which works on the sheet under the mattress, some types of stains is to leave I find that this holds the sheet it in buttermilk overnight. Soak much better than just placing it the garment in this and wash as directly over a mattress and pad. Mrs. J. Horalek Go on... enjoy washday EASY-SEW cape and whirl- skirt dress — Easter's pretty new pairing for little girls with happy plans for parties and sunny-day outings. Printed Pattern 4529: Children's Sizes 2, 4, 6, 8, 10. Size I dress takes 2 yards 35-inch; cape 1V£ yards 54-inch. 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 patent — any one you choose in new Spring- Summer Pattern Catalog. Send H cent* now. The new NORGE That's what a GAS clothes dryer is for It's time you stopped missing out on outside activities and family fun simply because you're tied to a clothesline! It's much more satisfying to pop the laundry into your modern Gas Dryer .... and enjoy yourself. You'll love the way your clothes look, feel and smell after being floated dry on gently circulating waves of warm, clean air. In a gentle Gas Dryer clothes are never subjected to scorching "hot-spots," so naturally they dry fluffier, softer and more wrinkle-free. They're thrifty, tool Compared to the operating cost of electric models GAS DRYERS SAVE YOU OUT OF EVERY DRYING DOLLAR (Economical Gat clothe* dryeri operate for •no-fiM the cott of electric models.) Stop by your A dealers -Soon THE OAS SERVICE CO. Ntturtl 6»t for Homi, Buiinisa and Industry AT POLICE SCHOOL-Raymond Radford (center), Chanute, special FBI agent, discusses search, seizure and crime scene searching material with Police Chief E. W. Flaherty (left) and Joe Ferns, Franklin County sheriff, at police school being conducted here this week by FBI agents. School covers every phase of law enforcement except traffic. Officers from nearby cities and counties are attending school. (Herald Photo) Group Packs Clothing Box Ladies Missionary meeting of Faith Bible Church held a business session at the church Tuesday and packed clothing to send to the Navajo Indians. Mrs. Mary Anderson was hostess. Mrs. Harry Dale conducted business and Mrs. Ray Evans gave the opening prayer. Mrs. D. A. Hobbs closed the meeting with prayer. Work also included cutting of quilt blocks. The Herald pays $5 every week for the best news tip turned in by a reader. DRAKE'S BAKERY For Rolls-Donuts-Pies and all other bakery products Club Forecast Thursday BAXTER SOCIAL HOUR, Mrs. Harry Johnson DAUGHTERS CLUB, Mrs. W. D. Willford PAR and NEAR, Mrs. Elmer Loudcrback, Princeton MIRIAM CWF Circle EMERY GREEN SOCIAL TAUY MISSION CIRCLE, Mrs. Lonnie Barnes EEAUCEANT EAGLES AUXILIARY Tells Travel Experiences Bill Montgomery, Ottawa University sophomore from Detroit, Mich., was guest speaker for Beta Gamma meeting last evening. He told of his experience We Deliver To Your Door 6 days a week SELECT DAIRY CH 2-1607 in Europe on the "People to People" program last summer. Mrs. Bruce Spears introduced the speaker. Mrs. L. E. Daugharthy was hostess assisted by Mrs. Lee Casida. Seventeen attended. St. Patrick's Day and Easter Cards by Hallmark THE OTTAWA HERALD, Wednesday, March 6, 19tt 318 S. Main CH 2-3024 NEXT TIME... Switch to a new, modern QUICK-RECOVERY ELECTRIC WATER HEATER-It's worry-free! FAST — The new Quick-Recovery Electric Water Heater Is to fast it will take care of all your family's needs. No more waiting for water to heat- always plenty for instant use! INSTALL ANYWHERE — Unlike flame-type water heaters, the Electric Water Heater requires no flue . . . can be placed in kitchen, basement, linen closet, bathroom, utility room, attic — or anywhere nearest the point where hot water Is used most ... for greater economy, efficiency. SAFE AND CLEAN — An Electric Water Heater Is as safe and clean as Electric Light. No pilot light, no flame burner. Just a simple Electric •lement to heat the water. LONG-LASTING — An Electric Water Heater is one of the most trouble-free appliances you'll ever own. Guaranteed for 10 years, many last for 20 years or more... because flameless Electric heat can be applied evenly throughout tin tank. • AN ELECTRIC WATER NEATER COSTS LESS TO BUY, INSTALL AND MAINTAIN • OPERATES FOR ONLY PENNIES A DAY. (Less than 4c a day a person) FREE BOOKLET Describes the mmy advantages of switching to modern Flameless Electric Water Heatihg. For your free copy, call or write your nearest Kansas City Power t Light Coa> pany office. SEE YOUR ELECTRIC APPLIANCE DEALER, PLUMBER OR ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR KANSAS CITY POWER & LIGHT COMPANY BUSINESS PRICE- CUT AGAIN! Children's SHOES Reg. $5.95—Now 2 P, $5 Ties - Slip-Ons Men's WORK SHOES Reg. 10.95—Now $5.97 Pr Reg. 12.95—Now $6.97 P Men's Work Oxfords Reg. 12.95 NOW 5.97 Canvas Shoes Ties & Slipons Reg 4.95 $1.97 Pl Men's Dress Shoes Reg. 9.99—Now Pr. FOR SALE All Fixtures Including Two 2-Ton Air-Conditioners, Cash Register, Chairs, Fitting Stools, 2 Stoves — Make Us An Offer! HEELS White & Bone Reg. 12.95 HEELS Town 'N Country Velvet Step Trim — Treds Reg. 14.95 Now All $3.00 Bedroom SLIPPERS 97c Boys' Plastic BOOTS Reg. 3.95—Now 87c Pr QUEEN'S Self-Service SHOES 123 So. Main

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