The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on March 21, 1963 · Page 5
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MR. AND MRS. THOMAS R. TUCKER (Seller Photo) Couple Married In Westminster Married Tuesday evening in Westminster United Presbyterian Church were Sharon Whitacre, Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Whitacre, 115 J / 2 E. 2nd and Thomas R. Tucker, Denver, Colo., son of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Tucker, Garnett. Rev. E. E. Caylor performed the ceremony. Sherwin Snyder, organist, played nuptial selections and accompanied Mrs. A. H. North who sang, "Because." The bride wore a white sheath dress and pink hat, gloves and shoes, and carried a bouquet of pink carnations. The bride's sister, Mrs. Vernon Honn, was matron of honor. She wore an aqua shealth dress wtih jacket, white accessories and white carnation corsage. Jack Frew, Topeka, served as best man. The bride's mother wore a green shaeth with beige accessories and the groom's mother wore a tan sheath dress with cinnamon accessories. Their corsages were of white carnations. A reception for immediate families of the couple was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Honn. Pink tapers in silver holders decorated the table which was covered with a pink cloth and centered with a wedding cake decorated with pink rosebuds and topped with cluster of pink roses. Mrs. Robert E. Whitacre, sister-in-law of the bride, served cake, Mrs. Honn served coffee and Mrs. Bill E. Whitacre, another sister-in-law of the bride, was at the guest book. After March 23 the couple will be at home in Denver, Colo. The bride attended Ottawa High School. She has been employed at Mann-Bell drug store until recently. The groom graduated from Garnett High School and attended Ottawa University one year. He has been in the Air Force since enlisting in September, 1962. Vows Read In Wichita The marriage of Lowana E. Minckley, daughter of Mrs. Olin Minckley, and Robert B. Pardon, son of Mrs. Loron Fanatia, Parsons, took place March 16, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ervin L. Michel, 3125 Idlewild Drive, Wichita. Rev. M. R. Gill of the Riverside Christian Church performed the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Michel were the attendants. The bride wore a white street length dress with a white net hat. Her corsage was pink roses. Mrs. Michel wore a brown ensemble. Her corsage was also pink roses. After a short wedding trip the couple will make their home in Pomona. Club Forecast FRIDAY SENIOR CLUB. Youth Center FAIRMOUNT Birthday. Mr«. Lloyd Daughtrthy WYCOPP Community, Community house BAXTER Community, basket lupper. school, 7:30 p.m. PEORIA-COLE Community, Cole School Hints From Heloise ONTGOAAERY WARD IT'S NEW IT'S AT WARDS Fashion Department Lovely White Dresses of 100% Nylon, a Fair woven Fabric. Hand washable and little or no ironing needed. Dainty lace and tucks trim the bodice and skirt. Sizes 7 to 14. $ 5.98 Keep Window Clear With Glycerine Coat Heloiw By HELOISE CRUSE Dear Heloise: A little glycerine — rubbed over freshly clean windows — will prevent them from clouding over on damp days or in foggy weather. We keep the cloth we use for waxing our floors in an airtight container. This keeps the cloth moist and saves wax! Dear Heloise: I find the inside seams of infant's clothes (such as underpants) are often rough and irritating. Now I put my baby's things on him wrong- side - out! This way the rough seams do not bother baby and only the softness will touch his tender skin. Gloria Abramson Dear Heloise: Recently I read about the lady who cleaned her Venetian blinds in the bath tub. I thought my method was even better. I use the bath tub and detergent but I do not let them soak a couple of hours. My daughter did this and the paint came off of hers. I use a sponge with a long handle and wiggle it between the slats. Then I rinse the blinds under the shower or on a sunny day I throw them over the line and turn the garden hose on them. I can "do" a room with three windows in 10 minutes time. Mrs. Noel Denison P. S. I might need 5 more minutes to hang them up again! Be sure to hang the blinds up while the tapes are still damp to prevent shrinking. We don't want them to be too short. Dear Heloise: Just what does one do with clothespins that get dirty and dark? I consider it a' sin to discard them and my budget does not call for doing it either. I will appreciate any answer from my friends whom I have met through your column. Mrs. M. V. S. Has anybody every really found an answer for this? If you have, let's help our coffee friend. Write your answer to Heloise in care of this paper. Heloise Dear Heloise: Here's my time saver! I leave my clip-type clothes- spins on the line, hanging down, with the line running through the little hole. It takes a little extra time when you are taking your clothes off the line but it saves twice as much time when you hang the next load up. You can slide the clothespins up and down the line as you need them. Lazy Dear Heloise: Did you ever wish you could bake potatoes in only 13 minutes? You can, and you don't even have to heat the oven. Wrap the Open With Vocal Duet The Missionary Society meeting of Church of the Brethren yesterday at Mrs. Roy Snider's home opened with a vocal duet by Mrs. Oral Satterwhite and Mrs. Roy Gerhard. Mrs. H. B. Wheeler gave devotions and Mrs. Russell Wray presented the lesson from the study book, "On Asia's Rim." A shamrock theme was carried out in refreshments and crocuses and pussy willow branches decorated the room. Twenty were present. Announce Engagement Sgt. and Mrs. Woodrow Watts, Ottawa, now stationed in Kriegsfeld, Germany, announce the engagement of their daughter, Karen Sue, to Neal Fishbum, son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Fishburn, Overbrook. Miss Watts is employed at Raney drug store. She is a graduate of Harrison High School, Colorado Springs, Colo. Mr. Fishburn, graduate of Ottawa High School, is employed at Clark's quarry, Overbrook. CRISS-CROSS BESTFORM TAKES INCHES OFF IN COMFORT nylon girdle with elastic back Come on in and see how this wonderful girdle will give you the lovely figure you've longed for! Criss-cross inner belt banishes tummy bulge . . . woven elastic (rayon, cotton, rubber and nylon) top really stays put ... felt-lined front panel gives greater control — can't roll over . . . stretch-back allows for increased comfort in all positions . . . four side panels of firm nylon ieno elastic give you extra support. White only. With Talon zipper. 16" length, $4.95 potatoes in foil, place them on a rack in your pressure cooker and add water up to the rack. Cook 10 to 15 minutes depending upon the size. When done, I cannot tell them from regular oven baked potatoes. Mrs. L. A. Eieklberger Dear Heloise: I save leftover pieces of steak, cut them into bite sized pieces and freeze them. I find that these are delicious when cooked with spaghetti sauce! Betty Mifflin Dear Heloise: Those little nylon net squares which you told us to make for dishclothes should be kept in the kitchen sink to remove all the stains from hands after gardening, and so forth. I discovered this by accident as I am one to wander into the garden without gloves and to come in with grass and mud stains. The nylon net squares work beautifully. Mrs. Frank Miller MR. AND MRS. CHARLES HAZELRIGG Wed 50 Years Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hazelrigg, Pierre, S. D., recently cele brated their golden wedding anniversary at the home of their son and wife Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd H. Hazelrigg, 1004 S. Main. The couple was married March 6, 1913, at Pierre, and have lived nearby through the 50 years. Visiting them from March 4 to March 8 were their son and wife Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hazelrigg, Gilroy, Calif. A son, Raymond, Pierre, was unable to be present but called his greetings. The SPEED QUEEN HURRY!! SALE ENDS Saturday. March 23 Blue Ribbon Special GE Steam & Dry Iron $9.98 Reg. Price $17.95 _._JERT EDMISTON STORES. INQ 4 T With Purcase of SPEED QUEEN. Washer or Dryer 2 Speed — 5 Water Temperatures — 2 Cycles and Filter. Buy Now No Money Down W*h Good Working Trade Matching Dryer, electric .... $149.95 HABDWARl&APPLIANfiS 116 S. Main CH 2-4565 couple's five grandchildren were also unable to be present. Neighbors and friends called and the couple received many cards and letters. The Herald pays $5 every week for the best news tip turned in by a reader. THE OTTAWA HERALD Thursday, March 21, Place In Honor Gronp] Rita Kay Schwinn, a senior 1 at Washburn University of Topeki, was named on the dean's list for scholastic achievement in tht fall semester, Miss Schwinn'i grades averaged midway between B and A to place her in the honors group. A 1059 graduate of Williamsburg high school, she is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Schwinn, Pomona. She is a candidate for a degree from Washburn University in June. Miss Schwinn has majored in physical education and has been active in the Physical Education Majors Club and the Student National Education Association. WEEK END DOOR BUSTERS FIRST QUALITY NYLON HOSE SELF SEAM! 81/2 • H. 49 Saw on Tennis Shots Cotton canvas sneakers. Ladies' 4-10; Girls' 13-3; Children's 6--2. White, Black. $ 1 98 Pair Men's SHORT SLEEVE SHIRTS Where but at LITWIN'S could you find such a selection of Better Quality Shirts in cottons san- forized! Colorfast! Solid colors, plaids and figures. Sizes S-M-L. oo FRIDAY - SATURDAY ONLY MEN'S IVY SLACKS SEE THEM NOW! BIG SELECTION WASH 'N WEAR Values to $3.98 • Polished cottons • Textured cottons • Hip-hugging styles Sanforized and Colorfast! Colors: black, tan, taupe, blue or olive. Waist sizes 29 to 38. AT LITWIN'S FRIDAY - SATURDAY $1.50 VALUES! Boys' Short Sleeve SPORT SHIRTS • Wash 'n Wear Colorfast Cottons • Bold Plaids and Figures Young fellas need a whole wardrobe of these! Sanfor- ized to keep their fit through repeated washings. Sizes 6 to 16. LITWIN'S

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