The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on March 22, 1963 · Page 5
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Hints From Heloise Remove Grease Spots On Shoes Dear Heloise: I remove grease spots from my shoes by rubbing the spots with a piece of raw potato and leaving the shoes until dry. Then I apply shoe polish and shine in the normal way. This is an old Irish method of overcoming this difficulty. H. Mac Urose Ladies, we have never tried an Irish potato. However, this man does come from Ireland. One woman did write recently that she worked in a shoe factory and often grease from the machines got on the s h o e s while manu facturing them. She said that the factory used rubber cement and applied it with a brush. They allowed it to dry thoroughly and the rubber cement could be peeled or rubbed off with your hand. It's fabulous! We found it does work, but old stubborn stains need more than one coat, and the quicker you -use this method after you get a spot of grease on your shoes, the better it works! We literally spotted a pair of our shoes with bacon grease (don't you dare try this — you may ruin a good pair of shoes) and then applied this rubber cement type glue. We left it on overnight. Do not think this much time is necessary as all we have to do is wait until the glue har- Class Works Helots* dens and the solvent in the glue evaporates. It may take more than one application. Just thought we should pass this idea on in case of emergency. Since the factory uses it, why shouldn't we try it? Heloise Dear Heloise: Here is the way I remove my rust stains: I take an equal portion of salt and cream of tartar and rub it on the wet rust-stained washable garment. I put this in the sun. It removes all of my rust spots. The results which I received by using this mixture were so amazing that I wanted to pass this good hint along to other housewives. Frances Strura Dear Heloise: About those stainless steel sink stains. . . waitresses have long ago learned that the steel brightens in a jiffy when washed with carbonated water from the soda fountain. Others can use bottle varieties just as easily. Ex-waitress. On Quilts Earnest Workers Sunday School class of Trinity Methodist Church worked on two quilts and served a potluck luncheon Wednesday at Mrs. Effie Gould's home. The committee included Mrs. Harry Loyd and Mrs. Cora Melcher. Mrs. Anna Bryan baked a birthday cake for the teacher, Mrs. Elsie Harbour, whose birthday was March 20, and two others, Mrs. Grace Baughman and Mrs. Harry Loyd who have March birthdays. The cake was served with the dessert course. Mrs. Loyd conducted the business. Plans were made for the class to make knee robes for a nursing home. The members signed cards to send to ill members and elected Mrs. Lillian Spears as assistant teacher to replace Mrs. Proffitt who resigned. They reported sending 32 cards. A special Lenten collection was taken. Layette Shower Mrs. David Smith, 112 S. Main, was honor guest at a layette shower given by Mrs. Richard Smith assisted by Mrs. Harry Smith Fifteen guests were invited. Attending from Topeka were Mrs. Bob Hodges, Mrs. Jack Cowin, Mrs. Walter Mayfield, Mrs. Dena Adams and Miss Madge Smith. Winning prizes in games were Mrs. Tom Marks, Mrs. Richard Towe and Mrs. Bob Hodges. Refreshments included individual cakes decorated with frosting baby booties. Does Memory Bloom in Your Thoughts? lltif 8* Offjnu AV Methodist Circles In Meetings First Methodist WSCS circles held meetings Wednesday for devotions and study. Deborah hostess was Mrs. Henry Parker assisted by Mrs. J. W. Roberts. Mrs. Adah Telfer gave devotions and Mrs. Harry Scott presented the program on "Stewardship." Dorcas program topic, "What Shall We Tell Our Children About Suffering," was given by Mrs. Gene Mavity who also gave devotions. Mrs. C. P. Burrows was hostess assisted by Miss Mae Taylor and Mrs. Kenneth Cook. Mrs. J. C. Wright was a visitor. Esther circle had a program on "Suffering and Stewardship," given by Mrs. Harry Rybolt. Mrs 0. 0. Wolf gave the 13th Psalm and a prayer for devotions. Mrs. Opal Howell was hostess assisted by Mrs. M. 0, Moon and Mrs. W. L. Ramsay. Martha circle program was given by Mrs. L. H. Hoffman who told of Gideon Bible Society. Mrs. W.' W. Broyhill gave devotions on the hymns, "Christian Life," and a scripture reading from Matthew. Mrs. Ethel Seymour was a new member. Visitors were Mrs. H. C. Constant and Mrs. A. M. Hillis. Rebckah circle hostess was Mrs. Floyd Ogg assisted by Mrs. C. W. Ingersoll and Mrs. Grace Metz. Mrs. Margaret Ashton gave devotions and Mrs. Floyd Coffman presented the program on Stewardship. Mrs. Gertrude Kemper was a visitor. Ruth circle met with Mrs. Raymond Hosier whose co-hostesses were Mrs. T. H. Fleming and Mrs. J. M. Kilgore. Mrs. George McDowelll gave devotions and Mrs. J. H. McGee gave the program on "Suffering." Ann Landers 1 THE OTTAWA HERALD C Friday, March 22, 1W3 •: » PINK AND PRETTY - Mrs. Jerome Minnick, president of Garfield Gardners club, is as pleased as all other members over arrangement made by Wayne Babb, Lawrence, in flower arranging demonstration for club. Branches of Scotch broom, long-needled evergreen, form curved lines. Flowers are variegated carnations in pink and red. Large pink candle sets in pyrex baking dish attached to an up-aide-down pink vase. (Herald Photo by Lois Smith). Demonstrates Handicraft Exemplar Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi, had a demonstration of handicraft by Mrs. Richard Bethell at a recent meeting. She explained how to make objects from a clay-like material mixed at home. New officers elected were Mrs. Jim Rodgers, president; Mrs. Harvey Martin, vice president; Mrs. Bob Robertson, secretary; Mrs. R. E. Roseberry, treasurer; Mrs. Bob Roberts, city council representative, and Mrs. Byron Faden, alternate. Mrs. Lyle Grier and Mrs. James Pollom were hostess at the Grier home. Entertain Elm Grove Misses May Taylor and Hattie Marshall were hostesses yesterday for the Elm Grove Club. Mrs. Roy Swank presided. It was voted to meet once each month, on the fourth Thursday. Letters of thanks were read and a collection of $1.35 taken. Mrs. Edna Justice, who will entertain the club April 25, received a hostess gift. Several paid dues and reported on boxes of cards sent. Mrs. Swank assisted in serving refreshments. Others present were Miss Stella Fouts, Austin, Colo., who has been a member many years, Mrs. Clara Daugharthy, Mrs. Hazel Floyd and Mrs. Mabel Woodburn. CWF Group Meetings The lesson topic for CWF group meetings Wednesday was "We Share In Korea and Taiwan." It was pointed out that Christian work in South Korea is interdenominational. The largest woman's college, "Ewha University," is located in Seoul, Korea. [t was established 75 years ago. Dr. Helen Kim, who recently resigned, served as president for 44 years. A radio station, HLKY. located in Seoul, broadcasts Christian messages to Communist North Korea. Ruth group was at Mrs. Ross Nichols' home. Mrs. Roy W. Browning had as her devotional subject, "Just Around the Corner is Easter." Mrs. R. D. Waymire led the discussion. Lydia group hostess was Mrs. Ernest Finch. Mrs. Leonard Langford gave the lesson, assist- What Does Your Wardrobe Need? Coat? Suit? Costume? Casual Dressy Dress? Betty Rose L'aiglon Henry Lee Nelly Don Korell Patty Petite Miss Coutour Gay Gibson Bobby Brooks Majestic Manhattan Lois Young These are a few of the NAME BRANDS you will be able to choose from ... at... Betty B's by Ethel Baldwin -- Open Sat. Nitei Till 8.00 ed by other members. Mrs. Nee Roberts gave devotions. The group brought cookies and candy to be packed for service men ol the church. Naomi group wil have the same project. Class Meets In Church Mrs. 0. 0. Tucker presided al the meeting of Helpful Service class in North Baptist Church yesterday and gave the devotiona! topic, "Value of the Bible." She closed with a prayer. Members gave miscellaneous answers to roll call and reported 26 calls. A letter was read from Mrs. Floyd Perkins who underwent surgery in St Luke's Hospital. Birthdays of Mrs. W. A. Fow ler and Mrs. V. C. McDowel were observed. Mrs. Fred Shoe maker arranged the entertain ment. A Complete Line Of PRATT & LAMBERT Paints and Varnishes NUZMAN LUMBER 113 E. 1st CH 2-1572 120 W. 3rd Ottawa, Kans. fAcross from Motor Co.) ... With The Coming of Spring I know you'll want to shop for the Latest Styles For The EASTER PARADE! New Styles and Colors (Chosen especially for you) Will Be Here The 26th of March for Your Shopping Convenience These Styles Include: • Red Patent & Red Leather Heels • Children's White & Black Patent (For Their Sunday Best) • Men's Cowboy Boots in White and Black Leather. • House Shoes for Women & Men. • Moccasins for Men & Women. Next Time You Come To Town Shop At Bonnie's Shoe Box 120 West 3rd (Owned & Operated by Bonnie Brooks) Don't Bite Biting Child; Isolate Him Dear Ann Landers: Our son is 8 months old. He has a nasty abit of biting people. Not only oes he bite his playmates, he Iso bites his father and me. We have tried various punishments and nothing worked. Last eek, out of sheer frustration, I it him back. This seems to have cured him, temporarily at least. But how can I ake him out in mblic or to the ome of friends? f he should jite, I can't >ite him back in lie presence of ithers. They would think I was crazy. Please tell us what to do.-OLATHE KANSAS Dear Olathc: It's not abnormal or an 18-month-old child to bite. f his biting is combined with ither symptoms of meanness, however, it could suggest real trou- )le ahead. Perhaps there is antagonism >etween you and your husband. The child may well interpret the snarling and snapping which he witnesses as a desire on the part of his parents to bite one another. Please stop biting the child — in private or in public. Sim- )ly isolate him when he bites. le'll know he is being punished. [f he is not cured of the habit within two months consult a pro- 'essional. Dear Ann Landres: My wife las five brothers. Her mother lassed away two years ago and ler father has been in poor icalth ever since. He is 72 years of age and needs someone with lim constantly. His housekeeper las given notice that she is leaving within 30 days. My wife's brothers say that ii they can't find a suitable housekeeper for their father (he's so tiard to please) we must take lim into our home. According to them it's the daughter's place o take in aging parents not the ons'. Each of them has made t clear their wives would not stand for it. My wife has a serious heart condition and is physically unable to take care of her father lere. Please tell us what to do. She is a nervous wreck from all he phone conversations. Each of ler five brothers calls every day and repeats, "It's your duty!" - TURMOIL Dear Turmoil: The notion that it's more a daughter's duty than a son's to care for his aging par ents is a neat bit of fiction. The responsibility should be shared by all children. The solution lies in getting a competent housekeeper. If there is no alternative, hire a practical nurse. The expenses, of course, should be split six ways. Rent by the month from Albright's /MiCCHlN Club Plans Spring Tour FLA Club made plans yesterday to make a spring tour to some place of interest in Kansas City. A basket lunch was served at the meeting with Mrs. E. C. Cummings. Mrs. Sam Shumate conducted the business session. For roll call members gave household hints they have lik'ed from Heloise's column in the Herald. Winning prizes in games were Mrs. A. S. Allen, Mrs. James Berry, Mrs. lone Dragoo and Mrs Morris Ferguson. Invited To Meeting Mrs. Clarence Reefer conducted he business last evening for the meeting of Social Order of the 3eauceant. An invitation was read' from Topeka Assembly No. 24, to attend heir friendship night, April 1. Mrs. Elmer Roth, standard bearer, and Mrs. Esthel Northway, color bearers, will be guest officers at the meeting. Mrs. Frank Jones and Mrs. Northway served refreshment to members and Sir Knights. Baxter Club Entertained Mrs. Royce Gragg entertained Baxter Social Hour club Thursday and received the hostess gift. Mrs. Max Shoemaker presided, opening the session with group singing followed by devotions by Mrs. Charles Redman. All repeated the Lord's prayer. Receiving pal gifts were Mrs. Herb Bishop, Mrs. Byron Mohr and Mrs. Paul Mohr. Mrs. Keith Page directed games of Password in which prizes went to Mrs. James Allen, Mrs. Leonard Allen, Mrs. John Sink and Mrs. Ernest Sink. Refreshments were served. Club Forecast Saturday GOLDEN AGE Recreation Club, Tenth Center DRAKE'S BAKERY For Rolls-Donuts-Pies and all other bakery products Lent Special SHRIMP BASKET Basket of Golden Brown Shrimp with our own Special Sauce and French Fries. WILLIAMS DAIRY CREME 1644 South Main CH 2-9730 Community Theater Players, Inc. Spring Memorial Auditorium Mar. 28-29-30 Adm. $1.00 Production . . . Breath of Spring by Peter Coke Directed by Ruth Lathrop Kirven Produced by Helen Pickens CAST Bertie Jack Kille Nan Rosemary Ralston Bee Mildred Jamison Alice Daisy Shull Hattie Betty Knoeppel Lilly Dora Carpenter Pape Burt Brewer Kemp Clarence Ralston Memorial Auditorium Thur. Fri. & Sat. Mar. 28-29-30 (Curtain Time 8:15) Admission $1.00 Reservations 25c — Gas Service Office (Starting Mon. 25 — 9 to 12; 1 to 4) Tickets sold by Community Theater Members & Cast, •4\ •*=', P

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