The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on April 2, 1963 · Page 5
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Hints From Heloise Freeze Leftovers And Later, Soup! By HELOISE CRUSE Dear Heloise: There is no reason to waste leftover food if one owns a deep freeze. Place a plastic container of about one-half gallon capacity in the freezer. When clearing the table after a meal, put all of the leftovers in the bowls into this container. I include ev- ,,.,,, erything from creamed potatoes, gravy, vegetables of all types, rice, left- o v e r roast, steak, and broth from broiled i ham or chicken. These 1 e f t- overs may be added daily. It will quick-freeze in layers. After about a few weeks of collection, depending on the size of Helois* paper by the usual hot water method. The easiest way I have Found is to use a paint roller. Dip it in boiling water and wet the wall paper. However. I found that the the container, soup bones. I buy some nice I boil the soup meat with three or four medium onions until the meat is well done and falling from the bones! I then add three or four number two-size cans of tomatoes and the leftovers. I let this boil for about an hour with salt and pepper to taste. This makes delicious homemade soup. After the soup cools, I freeze the mixture in ice- cube trays. When this is thoroughly frozen I remove the cubes and place them in plastic bags. This enables one to take out just as many cubes as they need for a cup or bowl of soup without thawing the entire supply. The cubes are very nice to take when calling on a shut-in. Mildred C. Banks Gals. . . this is fabulous! I dumped in that one spoonful of green beans, leftover peas, those teaspoonfuls of mashed potatoes (and I found out this makes wonderful thickening for my soup), the extra spoonful of carrots, two boiled onions and even a few slices of leftover tomatoes. It was amazing what I collected in two weeks! When making my soup, I always add a dash of paprika (this makes it real red and rich looking) and lots of celery salt and fresh pepper. I have also found that if you do not like watery soup that some tomato paste can be added to this vegetable soup It makes the soup thick and filling instead of watery. And don't forget . . .if you want it to go a long way and suffice for an entire meal add some noodles, macaroni, rice, and diced potatoes. Sensational Soup Sipping! Heloise Dear Heloise: Many people must remove wall water dripped needlessly. I corrected this situation by adding some hot starch solution in my water. The thickness of the starch allowed the water to stay on the paper long enough to moisten it so it can be easily removed. By using the paint roller or wall paper paste brush it worked like magic. Using a pancake turner, and starting at the bottom of the wall paper, I lift up the soaked wall paper and pull it up towards the ceiling and throw the rolls in the wastebasket. Mildred Dear Heloise: I make a "square" of cotton with ties on each corner to use over my plastic playpen pads. This not only saves the plastic >ut saves the babie's skin from irritation. These squares may be removed and washed in the machine easily. Jeanne Peterson Dear Heloise: If cooks ever have a little tomato paste left over from cooking. . . place it in a small container and pour vegetable oil over the top of the tomato paste before putting it into the refrigerator and it will keep for weeks, without molding. When ready to use the paste again, just pour the oil off. Spring Luncheon Fetes Sponsors Guests of Cosmopolitan Club yesterday at a luncheon in First Christian Church annex were nine members of its sponsoring club, Zeta Zeta Library Club, La Cygne, also Mrs. J. M. Kilgore and Mrs. Alberta DeShazer. Mrs. W. L. Pickering greeted the guests. Tables were decorated with spring flowers and an Easter favor was at each plate. A name corsage was presented to each. Town and Country 4-H Club e n- semble sang "Bali Ha'i" from "South Pacific," led by Mrs. Ross Nelson and accompanied by Mrs. C. W. Henning. Members of the ensemble are Mary Ann Hewitt, During the business session con* ucted by Mrs. Pickering, plans were made to attend the state onvention at Lawrence April J, and 5. Mrs. Melvin Sellers as chosen to represent the Cosmopolitan Club. It was announced that several members plan to attend the Li- ?ygne club s open house on April 7. Sharon Rice, and Marguerite VISITING CLUB — Zeta Zeta Library Club, La Cygne, was entertained yesterday by Cosmopolitan Gub which it sponsored. Seated are Mrs. Ed Lewis, president; Mrs. Hugo Peterson, Mrs. Harry Marmon and Mrs. Lawton Stoker. Standing are Mrs. W. L. Pickering, president of Cosmopolitan Gub (from left); Mrs. Pansy McDowell, Mrs. 0. J. Scribante, Mrs. Jay Mans, Miss Cora Trinkle. Mrs. A. W. Hamm, Ottawa; and Mrs. Verne Persons. (Herald Photo by Lois Smith) Donna Bones, Nancy Hewitt enning. Ann Keith gave a piano solo, Fountain," by Bohm. Singing wo songs, "He," and "God Bless merica," were Green Dell girls, nn Gensman, Diane Kissinger, Elizabeth Middlebusher and Gloa Schartz, accompanied by Vnn Keith. Mrs. L. E. Dunn announced e program. She presented Mrs, rlcDowell a cake in observance f her birthday and cut the cake D serve as one of the luncheon lesserts. PRINTED PATTERN Baby Shower Honors Two A layette shower for Mrs. Marvin Gast and Mrs. Gerold Firestone was given at the home of Mrs. Byron Faden in Pomona. Co-hostesses were Mrs. Eddie Hull and Mrs. Nora Wadkins. A pink and blue color scheme was used with a stork theme centerpiece and nut cups. Candy booties decorated the cakes. The gifts for each were arranged in bassients which were gifts also. Mrs. Elmo Shpherd and Mrs. J. L. Hysom won the game prizes which were presented to the honor guests. Those invited were fellow employees of the J. C. Penny store in Ottawa and Mr. Richard Kahle, Mrs. J. L. Hysom, Mrs. Karl Johnson, Mrs. Albert Gast, Mrs. A. E. Hancock, and Mrs. C. R. Firestone. 4974 SIZES 10-18 Elect One For Degree Retta Conclave No. 8, True Kindred, elected one to receive the degree last evening and made )lans for the official visit of the vorthy grand commander on April 15. Mrs. Lee Finch presided. An invitation was read from Mizpah Conclave No. 1, Kansas City, to attend the grand officers' party on April 10. Mrs. Lee M. Ferguson and her committee served refreshments after the meeting. WALKING SHOES GO FOR COMFORTI And youll see why, the minute you step into the softness of this smart casual. Stacked for style as well as comfort... at a price you can afford to pay! Exclusively... Richardson's Shoe Store 212 S. Main one you choose in new Spring- Summer Pattern Catalog. Send 50 cents now. Willowy sheath with a wide, wonderful collar — a young and dashing look for day to evening all summer. Choose waffle pique, shantung or linen. Printed Pattern 4974: Miss- Sizes 10, 12, 14, 16, 18. Size requires 3% yards 35-inch es' 16 fabric. FIFTY CENTS in coins for this pattern — add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling. Send to Anne Adams, care of The Ottawa Herald, Pattern Dept, 243 West 17th St., New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS with ZONE, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. Just out! 304 design ideas plus coupon for FREE pattern — any Dance Club Couples To Institute Seventeen couples, all members of the Promenaders Square Dance Club, were weekend visitors of the Smith Brothers Institute, Sequoyah State Park, Wagoner, Okla., at West Hills Lodge. They were recognized as being the second largest group present, the largest group being from Texas. Present were about 60 couples of square dancers from Oklahoma, Kansas, Texas, Missouri and Arkansas. Following the Saturday evening dance, the Ottawa couples held a party. Those going were Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Finch, Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Kerr and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer McConnell, Wellsville; Mr. and Mrs. Francis Flora and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Smith, Williamsburg; Mr. and Mrs. Emery Frack, Lyndon; Mr. and Mrs. Max Hughes, Quenemo; Mr. and Mrs. Dale Lybarger, Garnett; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Price, Paola; Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Hay, Osawatomie; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Abbott, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Crawford, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Graham, Mr. and Mrs. Art Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Gabe Motelet, r. and Mrs. Robert Reed and Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Teter. Socialettes Mrs. Anton Strafuss recently entertained Sacred Heart Brownie Troop No. 321 whose leader is Mrs. Al Grosdidier. She displayed many statues and other articles including a bisque madon- na imported from Rome. Her parents brought it from Virginia to Garnett in 1854, by rail, and to Ottawa in 1872 in a wagon. Assistant leaders are Mrs. Al Corte, Mrs. Frederick Turner, Mrs. Rodney McClay and Mrs. Jim Fitzgerald. Plan Kitchen For Proram HOOVER Spring Houseclecming Special The Baby Has Been Named The son born March 29 to Mr. and Mrs. Bob Wooten, Orlando, Fla., has been named Michael Robert. He weighed 8 lb., 3 oz. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. H. Wooten, Orlando; and Mr. and Mrs. J. Albert Baldwin, 819 S. Main. Great-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. John Baldwin, 826 S. Hickory. At Ransom Memorial Hospital: The son born March 28 to Mr and Mrs. David Eugene Smith, 1121/2 S. Main, has been named Dana Eugene. He weighed 6 lb., 15 oz. The daughter born March 28 to Mr. and Mrs. James Michael been She Guge, 131% Walnut, has named Cynthia Michelle, weighed 6 lb., 9 oz. The son born March 29 to Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Albert Berr, 126 Willow, has been named James Edward. He weighed 8 lb., 2 oz. Omega Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi, had a program on "Architecture," last evening at Mrs. Leland Gilliland's home. The speaker was Vincent Skidmore local architect, who helped the group plan a kitchen in differen ways, using various kinds of ma terials. The group voted a $5 contri bution to the PTA milk fund and an amount equalling 50 cents per person for nursing scholarships Mrs. LeRoy Teeter announced the Oklahoma state conventioi will be held April 19-21. Mrs. Carlin announced a rum mage sale will be held June 1 and Mrs. Terry Vogler told tha the three-chapter dinner dance will be held at Country Club la ter this month. Mrs. Teter installed the new officers. The chapter cast its vote to contribute proceeds of the an nual antique show to the loca Boys Club. Guests present were Mrs. Tec Coons, Mrs. Virgil Chambers Mrs. Keith Gaeddert, Mrs. Rich ard Williams and Mrs. Don Bur roughs. See Need a New or Used Sewing Machine Albright's Club Forecast Wcdneidar ACE, Ottawa Branch, Pomona Orad* School NMC Club, Mrs. Eldon Mahoncjr 'OMONA Stitch and Chatter Club, Mrs. Dean Olson TOST CHRISTIAN CWF FIRST METHODIST W8C8 TRINITY Methodist WSC8 FIRST BAPTIST WMS, sprint luncheon MAZA EVANS WMS Clrclt, North Baptist Church WESTMINSTER Woman's Association EASTERN STAR THE OTTAWA HERALD ruesday, April 2, 1963 DRIVE-IN for Call CH 2-5353 Your Order Will Be Waiting R & H Drive-in 112 West. 15th Attention Newlyweds 3 Rooms Fashion Furniture Living Room, Bedroom, Kitchen only *389 $5.00 Weekly I Tin- Friendly Store HOOVER CONSTELLATION The canister that offers more of what you want in a cleaner. Model 86 39.50 HOOVER Steam/Dry Iron The only iron with a stainless steel soleplato. Glides easier. Stain and scratch resistant. Model 4330 HOOVER POLISHER.SCRUBKR Gives your floors that handrubbed look. Also scrubs the floor. Model 5130 24.95 HOOVER Convertible) Nothing cleans your rugs as well as the easygoing Convertible only Model 33 $59.77 You Know Our Service is "KEEN" Now Try Our Sales The KEEN Co. 114 South Main CH 2-3490 Another... Richardson's Exclusive ... in Kid Leather or Wash 'N Wear Patents ... Only 6.95 AAAA toB Sizes to 10 YOUR FAVORITE SKIMMERS! And no wonder... they're so full of fun and fashion! Choose your favorite colors to mix'n match Vith your sportswear or partytime favorites. Richardson's Shoe Store 212 S. Main NO HUNTED CIRCUITS '12 9S VALUE DELUXE ROLL-ABOUT STAND! COHVEHIEMT HANDLES HANDY UTILITY SHELF tIG CASTERS EASY TO ROLL SPECIAL OFFER Western Auto Assoct. Store 109 S. Main Ottawa CH 2-3969

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