BROWNIE BALLOONS - Troop No. 303 members decorated tables with Brownie balloons wearing their caps for recent supper for their parents at First Christian Church annex. Pictured are Pamela Reddick, Evelyn Bear, Patsy Perez and Pearl Martin. Parents of the girls are Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Reddick, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Bear, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Perez and Mr. and Mrs. John Martin. Leaders are Mrs. Fred Adamson and Mrs. Ray Talbott. (Hewld Photo by Lois Smith) Richmond News Returns After Discharge By MABEL CHANDLER Ale Robert Merscham has been discharged after eight years in service. He arrived here Thursday from Plattsburg, New York. Mrs. Bob Kuiken took refreshments to Miss Gladys Garrison and her first and second grade pupils Thursday afternoon to honor her daughter Lea's eighth birthday. Friends here have received word that Mrs. Bud McDonald, Harrisonville, Mo., underwent surgery at Research Hospital, Kansas City last week. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Brooks have moved to the Good Bros, house formerly occupied by the Ray Dukes. He will work for Keith Lankard. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Brock, Wieser, Idaho, were Thursday overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Brock. Mrs. Lola Booher, her sister, Mrs. Hazel Green, Parker; Mr. and Mrs. Dick Smith attended the Flower show at Municipal Auditorium in Kansas City Saturday. Herbert McClure, Deputy District Governor of Lions, Herman Mader, Junior Wall and Kenny New attended a zone meeting and banquet at Ranch Inn in Lenexa Thursday evening. Steven Watkins, grandson of the C. L. Duvalls enrolled in the 2nd grade last week. The Dale Leonards have returned here and are living in the Chambers house. Autura Leonard enrolled in kindergarten last week. Mrs. Lonnie Chambers attended a courtesy shower honoring Mrs. Tom Chambers at the Ray Evesmyer home, Wellsville Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. George Atchison took Clayton Atchison to Kansas City Saturday evening where he left via plane for his home in Fort Myer, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. George Atchison, entertained at a family dinner Friday evening. Present were Clayton Atchison, Fort Myers Fla.; Mrs. Goldie Waldon, Mr and Mrs. Robert Lickteig, Mr and Mrs. Merle Atchison, Mr and Mrs. Homer Atchison, Mr and Mrs. Arthur Atchison. Dick, Jane and Gary Fishburn RECEIVES CAP - Patricia Ann Mangum, daughter of Mrs. Irene Mangum, 630 Walnut, received her cap from St. Luke's School of Nursing in ceremonies at Grace and Holy Trinity Cathedral, Kansas City, March 8. attended the MYF Rally in Spring Hill Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Sims, Mr. and Mrs. Art Jockman and Joyce spent Sunday with Don Jockman in Manhattan and viewed the new Catholic youth center that is nearing completion. Beverly Harris returned to her eighth grade classes at the grade school Tuesday after being absent 6 weeks due to a broken leg. Cooking's Fun SUNDAY BRUNCH These hot biscuits are worth getting up for! Cereal with Prunes Eggs and Bacon Buttermilk Bicuits Fruit Preserves Beverage BUTTERMILK BISCUITS 2 . cups sifted flour 2*4 teaspoons baking powder 1 A teaspoon baking soda 1 teaspoon salt 6 tablespoons butter or margarine % cup buttermilk (about) Sift together the flour, baking powder, baking soda and salt. Cut in butter with pastry blender until particiles are fine. Stir in buttermilk gradually, using enough to make a soft dough. Turn out on prepared pastry cloth and knead a few times. Roll out to %-inch thickness and cut out with floured cutter. Place a few inches apart on buttered cookie sheet Brush top of biscuits with milk. Bake in a very hot (450 degrees) oven 12 to 15 minutes or until golden brown. Makes about 20 biscuits. Saturday Special Served At Colbern's Restaurant Genuine Hickory Smoked Spare Ribs •- Choice •• • Cole Slaw • Chefs Salad French Fried Potatoes Hot Rolls and Butter $1.50 115 E. 5th CH 2-4190 WMS Topic Centered On Hawaii WELLSVILLE - Meeting at the home of Mrs. 0. D. Garrett Thursday afternoon, March 14, was the Woman's Missionary Society of the New Hope Baptist Church. Mrs. Gerald Miller was co-hostess. Giving the lesson on "Brotherly Love" emphasizing Hawaii was Mrs. Jack McWilson, assisted by Mrs. Tom Chambers, Mrs. Nayrea Fowler, and Mrs. Kenneth Cordle. Presiding at the business session was Mrs. Ray Eversmeyer. The treasurer reported on the Profit and Hays sales at which the W. M. S. served dinner. Mrs. Percy VanHorn, White Cross Chairman, displayed articles she had purchased to fill the quota. It was voted to make mattress covers for the Baptist camps. Mrs. Raymond Carpenter and Mrs. Tom Chambers were appointed as a listening team to watch T.V. and report undesirable advertising. Mrs. Raymond Carpenter had charge of the love gift dedication. Eighteen members and one visitor, Mrs. George Cordle, Topeka, were present. The next meeting will be installation of officers with Mrs. Ethel Miller in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Dale VanHorn and Mrs. Raymond Carpenter will be hostesses. The Miami Associational W.M.S. meeting will be April 24 at the Louisburg Baptist Church. Use Bouillon Use bouillon as the liquid when you are making a curry sauce, then finish by adding a little heavy cream. Nice for company! RECEIVES CAP - Kathlyn Roberts, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Roberts, Williamsburg, recently received her cap from the Wesley School of Nursing, Wichita. Miss Roberts, a 1962 graduate of Williamsburg High School, is president of freshman class of nursing. To Study School Needs POMONA - The Topeka firm of Horst & Terrill has been hirec by the Pomona board of educa tion as architects to study build ing needs at Pomona High. The firm will submit tentative plans for an addition to the pres ent building. According to Prin cipal Charles Hill most pressing needs of the consolidated distric are shop space, lunch facilities restrooms and at least two more classrooms. The architects also will emplo; an educational consultant to evaluate the local curriculum. The Herald pays $5 every week for the best news tip turned in by a reader. FOR YOUNG WOMEN WHO JUST LOVE SHO6S O'Connor's Shoes 205 S. Main Hints From Heloise THE OTTAWA HERALD Friday, March 15, 1963 , Catch Dust And Lint In A Shower Curtain Heloist By HELOISE CRUSE )ear Heloise: For those whose homes accumulate a great deal of dust and int. . . listen to the way I solved lie back-breaking problem of leaning under my bed. I had an old shower curtain. opened it flat >'•>:. .*, >. and stretched it '•• jut under the bed. All of the lust and lint r o m my che- u'lle bedspreads, »t.ton carpets ind so forth, end ip on this ok shower c u rain instead of embedding itself in my carpets. About once a week I pull the shower curtain out from under the bed, fold it carefully, take it outside and shake it. That's all! This saves me the back-breaking job of moving the bed and sweeping under it weekly. The shower curtain does not show as the Bedspread hides it. Mary Now aren't you a tricky one? Heloise Dear Heloise: You ought to invest in several radiator brushes. The ones I use are 24" (overall) and the brush part is nine inches long. (By the way I have no radiators.) You will wonder how you have managed without them before. Paste thin strips of foam rubber on both sides of one and use it to clean in between the rungs of chairs, for brushing picture frames, tops of door frames, underneath furnitue and in the kitchen to clean the narrow spaces between stoves and cabinets, under the refrigerator, etc., where the vacuum attachments will not reach. Here's a trick that never fails to be a conversation piece! In a shallow glass bowl place 3 A cup of colored water, a handful of moth balls, 2 tablespoons citric acid and one teaspoon baking soda. The addition of the acid and soda causes the water to effervesce and the moth balls bob up and down in the water It may be necessary to add another pinch of soda and more acid, after an hour or so, to keep the bubbles going. A Number One Fan Mrs. A.M.H. Dear Heloise: A small plastic squeeze bottle filled with Vi ammonia and water is wonderful to carry in the car for washing the windshield. This is handy to remove inside grease film from cigaret- :e smoke on car windows, Mrs. E. Lambolcy Dear Heloise: I don't continually baste large or small fowl when roasting. Using a pastry brush, I lather the bird with plain mayonnaise, getting under the wings and in the folds of the fowl. Then I sprinkle with garlic salt and pepper and roast as usual. You will have a nice brown crispy crust on the bird. This works equally well for baking the small broiler halves of chicken. Rowena L. Parsons Dear Heloise: How can we distinguish the veg- etable scouring pad from the pot cleaning one? Very simple. . . just take your scissors and round the corners of one and shape it like a potato! Mrs. Charles Hart Real Smart . . . Eh? Heloise Dear Heloise: Most people throw their apple skins away. We don't! We save ours. We keep all the skins in the refrigerator in a jar until we get a jar full and then we cook them, put them through a sieve and add a little sugar. Lo and behold! A jar of home-made applesauce is the result. I always wash my apples before storing in my refrigerator. Grace T. Warren ReadVows In Ottawa The marriage of Penny Hudson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hudson, Overland Park, and Mike Patterson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Catuska, Mission, took place March 12, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wallace, 1641 S. Main. Rev. Jamed Edwards performed the ceremony. The bride wore a two-piece suit Wood Family Reunion The annual Wood family reunion and basket dinner were held Sunday at Acorn community house with 51 present. The occasion also celebrated the 84th birthday of Harry M. Wood, Sr., RFD 2. Among those attending were his three sons, Cleo, Westphalia; Ballard, Princeton; and Harry M., Jr., Peculiar, Mo.; 12 grandchildren, 17 great-grandchildren and his only sister, Mrs. Mattie Sweet, Ottawa. One son, James, Racine, Wis., was unable to be present. The afternoon was spent opening gifts and with a business meeting. Musical selections were given by Mr. Wood and the Lohmann sisters, Debbie, Diana, Carolyn, Janie, Juanita and Pam. Officers elected were Dale Wood, president; Vincie Jo Gushing, secretary; and Janet Okerberg, treasurer. A reunion was planned for March 9, 1964, at Scott Valley Church, Westphalia. of beige silk and dacron and headpiece of white roses. Her corsage was of white roses. The bride's mother wore a blue dress and the groom's mother wore yellow. Mr. and Mrs. Harold fine were attendants for the couple. Mrs. Howard Wallace sang "Love is a Star," selected from an album which she and Austin West of Bridgton, Me., recently completed. Mrs. Wallace is a com poser and Mr. West a poet. The wedding cake decorated with white swans was baked by the groom's grandfather, Nathan Jury, Kansas City, a baker. Mrs Clifford Pierce and Mrs. Don Catuska were in charge of serving The couple will live near Mis sion. 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