The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on March 12, 1963 · Page 7
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Like Old Home Week For Ottawans In Verona ELIZABETH PINNEY.. .recreation specialist. SocialeUes Daughters Club of Centropolis observed birthdays of two members, Mrs. Fred Powers and Mrs. Leland Gilliland, at the recent meeting. Mrs. Dan Willford was hostess. Mrs. Harold Simmons conducted a business session. Seven members and one child were present. American Legion Auxiliary sewed rug rags for a VA Hospital yesterday at Mrs. C. E. Buckner's home. It was the third sewing meeting held this month. One more will be held, March 25, at Mrs. Roy B. Church's home. Plans were also completed for the joint anniversary party with the post tonight. Refreshments were served. Kiwaniqueens will meet Thursday with house. Mrs. John Humerick- Watch Color When you are serving a vegetable plate for lunch, choose the vegetables with an eye to color! Cooking 9 s Fun COMPANY SUPPER An upstate New York hostess has kindly given us this recipe for a dessert she enjoys serving. Oven-baked Chicken with Gravy Rice and Green Peas with Pimiento Salad Bowl Bread Tray Bess Weller's Frozen Lemon Pie BESS WELLER'S FROZEN LEMON PIE 1 small package (% pound) vanilla wafers 3 eggs (separated) % cup sugar 1 cup undiluted evaporated milk (chilled) V4 cup lemon juice Roll wafers into fine crumbs. Butter bottom of a refrigerator tray; cover with half the wafer crumbs; reserve remaining crumbs. Beat egg whites until foamy; gradually beat in sugar; continue to beat if necessary until very glossy and they hold stiff straight peaks. Thoroughly beat egg yolks, one at a time, into beaten whites. Gradually beat in Elizabeth Pinney has been stationed in Verona, Italy, where she is a recreation specialist with the Army Special Services. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John J. Pinney, 1239 S. Hickory. Miss Pinney works at the Service Club at the United States Army base at Verona. As the social recreation center in a military community, the Service Club offers dances, parties, talent shows, tournaments, sightseeing tours, picnics, community projects and other similar activities for American servicemen. Miss Pinney was graduated from Ottawa Senior High School in 1958 and from Carleton College, Norfield, Minn., in 1962. She majored in studio art at Carleton and did one semester of graduate study in education at Emporia State Teachers College before going to Verona to work with the Army Special Service Two other former Ottawa residents, Barbara Ivey and Mrs. Frank Milner, also are living in Verona. Miss Ivey also works for the Special Services. She is a librarian in charge of three libraries in the Verona area, one at Verona, one at Vicenza (near Venice) and another at Livorno (near Pisa). Mrs. Milner is at Verona with her husband, Army Col. Frank Milner, who is stationed there. Miss Ivey is the daughter of Mrs. Ofelita Ivey, 721 E. 5th. Mrs: Milner is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jordan, 1145 S. Cedar. The basic requirements for Special Services positions include United States citizenship, a college degree, leadership ability, well-groomed appearance and excellent health. Single women only (minimum age 21) are considered for positions in Service Clubs. Positions as librarian, entertainment director and crafts director are open to men and single women. Besides salary these civilian positions in Europe provide in- service training, vacation and sick leave, housing or rental allowance and transportation to the duty station and home again after completion of the 2-year serv- Hints From Heloise THE OTTAWA HERALD, Tuesday, March 12, 1983 f All-Purpose Cleanser Not Suitable For All Purposes if DIANE MARIE YOUNG By HEL01SE CRUSE Dear Gals: Please, read the labels and directions on your all-purpose detergent cleaning agents. I have received hundreds of letters from housewives recently, asking that I call your attention to the fact that some of these items are combustible mixtures! Also that they should not be used in unvented washer-dryer combinations. Now . . . let*< me give you a real hint before ;*, you make the, same mistake I, did! Don't pick up a sponge and pour a dab of 1 some of thesei all- purposel worst. . . my kids or my husband when it comes to trying to Heloise Announce Engagement Mr. and Mrs. Willard Young, 1 Council Grove, announce the engagement of their daughter, Diane Marie, to James E. Neihoff, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Neihoff, Quenemo. Miss Young is a 1962 graduate of Council Grove Rural High School and is attending Brown- Mackie School of Business in Salina. She is a member of the Pi Rho Theta sorority. Mr. Neihoff graduated from Quenemo Rural High School in 1959. He is in the US Army, stationed at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. Helois* ce agreement. Special Services For example, stuffed potatoes with a golden cheese topping will taste good and look well with broccoli (with lemon butter), wax beans and carrots. w^ iifiBcaffliiUii/?— CH 2-4700 lemon juice. Whip evaporated milk until stiff; fold into lemon mixture. Pour over crumbs in refrigerator tray; sprinkle with remaining crumbs. Fast - freeze for 4 hours. Makes 8 servings. For Baked Beans When preparing New England style home baked beans, some cooks like to dice the salt pork (usually called for) and cook it with the beans before the other ingredients are added positions in the Far East, the Caribbean, Hawaii, Alaska, and the other 48 states generally are in the Federal Civil Service. Federal examinations for librarians and recreation specialists will be announced and conducted through the United States Historical I Society Is Club Topic Mrs. Loren Ames introduced the guest speaker, Mrs. J. E. Harclerode, at MPM club meeting Monday afternoon in First Methodist Church. Mrs. Harclerode spoke on the Franklin County Historical Society, giving tis purpose and telling of future plans. The present society was incorporated in 1961 and has 17 trustees nine of whom are from the city of Ottawa and the remainder are chosen from the eight high school areas in the county. Mrs. Harcelrode displayed pic- ures and books belonging to the Society, which date from the ear- y days of Ottawa and Franklin County, and related some interest- ng stories of pioneer times. She told that the Society is interested in accumulating articles, records, family histories of any old pictures, exhibits or records of early businesses, newspapers, Surprise Dinner A surprise dinner Sunday eve ning for Mr. and Mrs. Russel Leach, Wellsville, honored their 29th wedding anniversary. It was at the home of their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Har old Pennington, Debra and Jun ior, 1135 N. Poplar. All the couple's children were present and gave the couple a potted chrysanthemum. Others present were Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Leach and Mark, Baldwin; Joyce Erickson, Wellsville; and Mr. and Mrs. Robert household cleaning agents on it and then wipe your TV screens. Why? Because it may cost you an entire new TV screen. This is not on the label. Immediately — not ooner — the front of my television looked like opaque glass- n he screen was not glass at all. t was made of some synthetic. I didn't think of testing it first. . . so I had to buy a new front for my television. Always test any household product on one little spot — preferably a hidden corner that won't show before using these strong products. Don't waste your money. I learned the hard way. Heloise Dear Heloise: Here is a tip I would like ind something! Dear Heloise: I use quite a few dried fruits for breakfast, for tarts, etc. The night before I want the fruit, I put it in an enamel pan, cover the fruit with water, place the lid on the pan, and set it on the pilot light of my gas stove. In the morning the fruit is plump and ready for use. Season to taste before using. And here's a hint for anyone with a sewing machine: I sew the creases in my husband's work pants, using a medium stitch, and sewing as close to the creased edge as possible. This makes for easier ironing, and the pants have a neat look even when soiled.. I also sew the cuffs in. I call his "husband insurance" — that vay there is no danger of his atching the cuff on his heel or n anything which might cause turn to fall. Mrs. Leo C. Austin sheets down the middle and make contour sheets for my twin beds! Helen Russell Dear Heloise , When babies perspire while sleeping, place a large Turkish towel between the sheet and the plastic mattress cover. The baby will be so much more comfort* able. Dear ___. Empty fingernail polish bottles and brushes can be cleaned with polish paints little these than Mrs. Carl Saich Heloise: brush. Leach, Robert, and Randy. Ricky, Rhonda pass on to other mothers: I fold my children's pajam bottoms inside of the tops when I put them away. Also I put th blouses or skirts inside of th jeans or shorts of their everyda playwear. This is a time • saver for bot the mother and child and keeps a drawer from getting all mess ed up every time children reac for clothes in the morning ant pajamas at night. Another Busy Mothe Wouldn't this be good for da too? I don't know who is th remover and filled with or colored water for the Children can handle brushes much easier regular sized paint Mn. A. ones, little the WEDNESDAY tear Heloise: Did you ever try linoleum cut o size for cupboards instead of shelf paper. This is particularly good for cupboards filled with cooking utensils or canned goods. I also have some pieces of colorful formica that I use in my cupboards. It's much easier to sponge off than shel paper. When the buttons tear off your nylon robes and wearing apparel of other soft materials, you can get baby dress buttons in different colors and sew the button on, placing the baby dress button under the material and sewing through both buttons. This keeps buttons from ripping loose again. One more idea. . . I use different sized soft paint brushes to dust the hard to get at places that my vacuum brushes can't reach. Mrs. L.L. Dear Heloise: When my double-size contour sheets wear out in the center I cut the worn part out, seam the '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 •teller Studio 1525 S. Main Phone CH 2-4893 1 the beans are given a long baking. Civil Service Commission Boards of Examiners. Persons who do not have the college degree but do have applicable experience must pass a written test. Information may be obtained from the nearest regional office of the United States Civil Service Commission. College graduates are not required to pass a written test. They may write to the Department of the Army, Special Services Recruitment Unit, Old Post Office Building, Washington 25, D. information. maps, or books by Kansas au thors, to be placed in the museum which the society expects to prepare. Mn. Elizabeth Stemecker and Mamie Dick were hostesses. Mrs. Harvey Fowler led in reciting the club collect. The club plans to give a musical tea, at First United Presbyterian Church, March 25. The Herald pays $5 every week for the best news tip turned in by a reader. In the open test that tears'em aparL.the Daytona 500 Ford durability conquered the field Jump Into SPRING FREE GIFTS ior Kiddies Suppy Limited WED. and THURS. March 13 and 14 Bonus Offer Vanilla or Chocolate SUNDAE Wtd. Heavy Pack IDAIRY QUEEN and Ttitnrf. 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Daytona was a challenge we welcomed, a chance to prove in open competition the essential durability that makes possible the silence, the solid road-grip, the ease of control, the balanced braking . . . and all the other things that go into Ford's concept of total performance. These were the same '63 1 /i Super Torque Fords that made styling history at their preview at Monaco, and which were recently announced at your Ford Dealer's. They're yours now; get behind the wheel and find out for yourself what total performance means! KiR 60 YEARS THE SYMBOL "~^ OF DEPENDABLE fRODUCTS MOTOR COMPANT IF IfS FORD BUILT, ITS BUILT FOR PtRFORMAMCE,.M^PWFORMAICE Robertson Motor Co., Inc. 115 W. 3rd 108 N. Main

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