The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on March 19, 1963 · Page 18
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 18

Ottawa, Kansas
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Tuesday, March 19, 1963
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ANYONE FOR GARDENING? - Cliff Reynolds and Earl Smith display a new Wizard Auto Associate Store. 109 S. Miin. (Herald Photo) "OLD MAYTAGS NEVER DIE ... They Just Wash Away!" - W. H. (Sandy) Douglas stands beside an old 1907 model Maytag washer. In background and in strict contrast with old model are new deluxe 1963 automatic washers and dryers. Douglas Bros, has been Maytag dealer in Ottawa for more than a quarter of a century and now is located at 113 S. Main. (Herald Photo) Hints From Heloise THE OTTAWA HERALD Tuesday, March it, 1W1 Spice Racks Handy In Linen Closet Heloin By HELOISE CRUSE Dear Heloise: Here is my solution for cluttered medicine cabinets and linen closets: I have several metal spice racks on the inside of my linen cabinet door. These have a solid metal base instead of metal strips. The top rack is about ten inches from the top of the door. This holds tall bottles such as alcohol and so forth and a 1 1 dangerous items which should be kept out of the reach of children's hands. The other racks are about 8 to 10 inches apart. These hold shampoos, suntan lotions, insect repellent, etc. The lowest rack is used for extra soap, tooth paste and similar items. These racks come in all widths and can be purchased to fit any sized can or bottle. These shelves should not be used for small bottles of pills, iodine, and tubes of ointment. They could fall over and roll off the shelves. Helen C. Dear Heloise: The best hint I have found in your column is using soap to dispel detergent suds. Now, after I have washed my sink, I rub my sponge over the bar of hand soap and all of the detergent suds disappear down the drain. Before I read this I was writing complaint letters to cleanser manufacturers about their products. Mrs. Charles F. Chevillon Now, aren't you a doll to tell us? Heloise Dear Heloise: How can one remove the stamp which is ironed on linens as a guide for embroidery work? Sometimes we do not completely finish this embrodery or do not wish to do the entire pattern. Also, linens are often given to us and we would like to remove the If You Want Big Values Instead of Big Deal Claims... Move Up To MAYTAG! Proof of Quality, Performance, & Value! You Con'/ Pay for a Maytag... // Pays For If self in Savings in. .. • Electricity • Water • Slower Agitation • Less Wear on Clothes • Most Service Free MORE MAYTAGS HAVE BEEN SOLD THAN ANY OTHER BRAND! Just Received Another CARLOAD Factory-Fresh MAYTAGS Famous Halo-of-Heat Fully Automatic $ T48 Prices $*| A A Start at IOO W .QJ. See All The Latest Models.. Get The Facts And Save at. . DRYER WASHER Prices Start at... DOUGLAS BROS. New Location 113 So. Main CH 2-2101 stamp without embroidering any] of it. We would be most appreciative if anyone can tell us how to remove this. We St. GflJf Did anyone every find out how to remove it? If so, write to Heloise c-o this paper. Please. . . . Heloise Dear Heloise: I save up about 6 or 8 large empty sardine cans and use them to make individual crusts for meat pies. Children love their JFK Would Cut Budget WASHINGTON (AP)-President Kennedy recommended to Congress yesterday a cut of $51,117,000 in his 1964 budget and $74,241,000 in the budget for 1963. The trimming results from fresh looks at the needs and indications that such things as grants to states for public assistance through the Department of Health Education and Welfare, will require less money than was expected. The White House said that Kennedy now has cut by $125,742,000 the budget he sent to Congress in January for the 1964 fiscal year starting July 1. For the 1963 year ending June 30, it said the president has wacked $236,495,000 from previous requests. Specifically, Kennedy proposed today a $50-miUion reduction in public assistance grants, from $2,950,000,000 to $2.9 billion for the coming year. He recommended $1,117,000 less for migration and refugee assistance of the State Department. The total was cut from $11.8 million to $10,683,000. own initials on the crust! The tins may be used over and over again. Helene Bissmmeshe Dear Heloise: I spilled nail polish remover on my dining room rug. I immediately blotted the stained area, but in doing so, the rug pile seemed to dissolve and to stick to the rug. Upon drying, the area became very hard and brittle. What can I do? I cannot afford new carpeting. Melissa Dear Melissa: There are many different types of fibers used in the yarns that make up the fabrics of carpeting. Evidently, the face fibers in your carpet are made of acetate. Fingernail polish remover will dissolve acetate. In your particular case, where the fibers have been completely destroyed, you have no alternative except to have a professional patch the damaged area. Heloise Dear Heloise: I remove the bits of dough from my pastry board by sprink- ling the board liberally with salt and rubbing it with • damp cloth. When mixing pancake or waffle batter. . . I use any container with a spout and just pour the batter on the grids instead of using a drippy spoon. I sprinkle the top of my hot com starch puddings with a dab of granulated sugar and it keeps a film from forming. I run dry, dirty jeans through my dryer for a few minutes before washing them to get rid of that extra dirt. Ruth Hill Dreamy . . . that's spring! And for spring fashions right out of Dreamvi-lle, see the pretty and perky, lovely and lively styles from ... • Cinderella • Joselle • Youngland Sizes: Infants through 14 Visit our Subteen Dept! ... Beautiful Coordinated Sportswear by: • Queenie's Srader Skirts - Blouses - Culottes - Shorts, etc. June's Infants • Childrens • Subteens 232 S. Main We Invite You To Come in And Browse SEE WHAT'S NEW FOR SPRING. LET US HELP YOU CREATE A FASHION RIGHT WARDROBE FOR SPRING. qibsoN qoes TO holy Sun-and-fun lovers, these sparkling Gay Gibsons are absolute essentials for a "Grand Tour" be it to continental playgrounds, or on the ^ummer circuit at home! Here's an easy-to-care-for wardrobe for all your special occasions. I i

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