The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on April 3, 1963 · Page 6
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 6

Ottawa, Kansas
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Wednesday, April 3, 1963
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» tHJE OTTAWA HERALD Wednesday, April 3, 1963 Hints From Heloise Make Taller Cake With Smaller Pan By HELOISE CRUSE Dear Heloise: If you want your cakes to look nice and high (like the pictures in the advertisements) use eight inch cake pans rather than nine inch pans. It makes all the difference in the world. Mrs. William Scdor Dear Gals: Whey didn't I think of it? However, I just baked a cake. I measured and weighed the dough on my ounce scales. I divided it exactly in half. I put one in an eight inch tin and the other in a nine inch tin. A n d there certainly was all the difference in the world. I also found that since my eight inch tin w a s Helols ' heavier than the nine inch one, I also got a better cake. Anybody know why? My aluminum eight inch pan was heavier. . . is this the reason? Write to Heloise in care of this paper if you know the answer. Sure would like to hear from you. Heloise Dear Heloise: I think I will throw in a hint of my own. j My daughter loves to wear f white tennis shoes. Each week | it is up to me to whiten those J shoes. • I have found that if you apply liquid white shoe polish while the shoes are still wet (after washing) you will get a nice smooth look, without using much polish at all. When the shoes are dry they literally drink up the bottles of polish! This also works with white corduroy shoes, and makes them look just like new. E. V. Dear Heloise: Paste floor wax will remove the marks from woodwork and floors caused by crayons. Just apply some to a soft cloth and rub. B. Z. Letter of Laughter Dear Heloise: As to fixing breakfast: When we were first married I fixed breakfast for my "stunning bride" because I loved her and wanted to wait on her and I liked to cook! When the babies came, she would attend to the babies while I fixed breakfast. As they grew older, she would dress the kids for school while I fixed breakfast. Now the kids are gone and I still fix breakfast for my "stunning bride" because I love her and want to wait on her and I like to cook. Jonesy Dear Jonesy: Have you got a brother running around loose that's available? If so do let us know. Many of my readers are looking for him! Heloise Dear Heloise: Here is a hint guaranteed not so much to save time as to spare the nerves of parents of young children. For tots around two or three years of age who awaken night after night, cry loudly for one- half hour or longer and refuse to be comforted by a drink of water or any amount of love and rocking in a chair, try this: Wash the child's face with some lukewarm water to awaken him. Once he is fully awake he can be comforted and quieted. I only wish I had known this when our daughter was going through this stage. Joan Dorbusch Dear Heloise: This may seem a joke. . . and I am sure it does, but I rub my scorches (which sometimes appear when ironing) with a piece ol raw onion and leave it for a short time. I then soak it in cold water and the mark fades. P. H. D. Southside LTL Meets The Southside Loyal Temperance Legion opened the recent meeting in the Church of the Nazarene with a singspiration with Mrs. Melvin Clevenger at the piano. Terry Edwards, gave the Call to Worship. Earline Elliott read the scripture lesson, Proverbs 5; 1-15. Members practiced their temperance pledge and salutes. Ralph Davis led the salute to the temperance flag. Mrs. Mearl Snethen told the story of "Grandfather and the Litterbugs." The song, "Don't Be a Litterbug," was sung. Melody Berger and Margaret Davis led the action song, "The Wise Man and the Foolish Man " For recreation, outdoor games were played. Mrs. Harry Davis served refreshments of Tootsie Rolls. There were 17 present. The Baby Has Been Named At Ransom Memorial Hospital: The daughter born March 28 to Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Lee McGaugh, 903 S. Sycamore, has been named Jackie Lyn. She weighed 7 Ib., 6V£ oz. The daughter born March 28 to Mr. and Mrs. Lindy Eugene Cooper, RFD 3, has been named Teresa Irene. She weighed 7 Ib., 9M> oz. The daughter born March 30 to Mr. and Mrs. Jerry William James, 335 S. Ceda, has been named Debbie Ann. She weighs 7 Ib., 2 oz. The son born March 30 to Mr. and Mrs. Gay Michael Newmaster, 825 Princeton St., has been named Daniel Mark. He weighed 7 Ib., 13 oz. The son born March 30 to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Edward Hermreck, 816 S. Locust, has been named Darin Ray. He weighed 9 Ib., 11 oz. The son born March 30 to Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Herman Rues, 434 Beech, has been named Marvin John. He weighed 7 Ib., 4 oz. s£> „•>-— with BOND'S professional SANITONE DRYCLEANING Carter's the time to look your very best—for church, for family gathering!, for the festivities of the day. And Sanitone's special fabric finishes and our expert care provide the extra service you'll want. See us today! BOND'S v CLEANERS 125 8, Mate R O y A L Phone CH 2-1810 'A Project Display Shows Good Deeds Done B^WMS ENGAGED — Mr. and Mrs. George Jennings, Waverly, announce the engagement of their daughter, Anna Lou, to George Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Michael, Waverly. Miss Jennings is a 1960 graduate of Waverly High School and is employed at Northern Kansas Telephone Co., as an IBM operator. Mr. Michael, a 1959 graduate of Waverly High School, is a senior accounting student at Emporia State Teachers College. ships are among the most prized awards available to graduating seniors. Miss Geortz has been accepted in the three schools she applied in, and will need to decide whether she goes to Colum- jbia University, John Hopkins in 'Washington, or to Fletchers in Washington D. C., for political science majors. Each fellowship covers tuition and fees for the first year at the school chosen, plus a stipend of $1,500 and dependency allowances. Mrs. Geortz' mother is the former Rose Lister. Her father was a county agent in Franklin County. Miss Geortz has been on the honor roll all four years in college. JANICE GOERTZ Receives Fellowship Janice Goertz, daughter of former Ottawans, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Geortz, Hiawatha, was one of four K-State College seniors to receive a Woodrow Wilson fellowship for graduate study at a college of her choice. She is the granddaughter of Mrs. R. H. Lister, Sr., 215 W. 5th. The Woodrow Wilson fellow- No Nagging Backache Meansa Good Night's Sleep Nagging backache, headache, or muscular aches and pains may come on with over-exertion, emotional upsets or day to day stress and strain. And folks who eat and drink unwisely sometimes suffer mild bladder irritation.. .with that restless, uncomfortable feeling. If you are miserable and worn out because of these discomforts, Doan's Pills often help by their pain-relieving action, by their soothing effect to ease bladder irritation, and by their mild diuretic action through the kidneys—tending to increase the output of the 16 miles of kidney tubes. So if nagging backache makes you feel dragged-out, miserable, with restless, sleepless nights, don't wait, try Doan's Pills, get the same happy relief millions have enjoyed for over 60 years. For convenience, ask for the large size. Get Doan's Fills today! WELLSVILLE — Judging from a project display for 1962 prepared in miniature by members of the Woman's Missionary Council of the Wellsville Assembly of God Church, it is evident that the hearts and hands of this group were active in producing a great deal of good. Following the local WMC theme for 1962, "Under His Wings," which was derived from a song of this name, the projects were displayed beneath a central pair of wings. Last Wednesday afternoon, Mrs. Gordon Norris, wife of. the pastor at Wellsville, and Mrs. Everett Moore, WMC secretary, attended the WMC meeting at the annual council at the First Assembly of God Church, Topeka. Each group present participated in a display parade. Mrs. Norris carried the local WMC project display in which a number of projects were recreated in miniature and many listed. Examples included a small red- haired doll which was dressed with a sample of material used in making a dress for a missionary's child. The WMC has supplied its adopted child with clothing and sends her gifts on her birthday. A tree with gifts represented the stuffed toys made by the WMC and sent to an orphans home. Curtains represented pull drapes made for the nursery. A container of plastic foodstuffs represented food showers for the pastor and family during the year. Two tiny quilts were representative of a quilt made for Mr. and Mrs. Norris and one made for their sons. Teepees and Indian dolls called attention to the Indian reservation where missionaries are located, supported with help from the local church. Listed project achievements were curtains for the nursery, paint for the primary room, food- shower, amount given on ice box for missionaries; dress, shower gifts, cakes baked, meal for five in interest of the church, miscellaneous items sent to childrens home, Calahoun fund (in remembrance of the founder of the WMC for missionary work), groceries for missionaries, miscellaneous items for church, quilt given to a missionary, anklets, coat and shoes for adopted child, two quilts for the pastor and family, tub for missionaries, bedspread. Other projects, as rolling bandages for the leper colony, were unlisted. Mrs. Moore carried the jar of pennies donated by the WMC to "Penny For A Purpose." The purpose this time was to buy equipment for a camp kitchen. Standing on either side of a large dishpan in which the pennies were emptied were the camp cooks. When the dishpan filled to over flowing, someone thought of pouring the remaining pennies in to one of the cook's hats. The "Penny For A Purpose" project provided an opportunity for some memorable photos to be taken. Club Forecast BAXTER SOCIAL HOUR, Mr*. George Ferguson DAUGHTERS CLUB, Mrs. Donald Woodsum EMERY GREEN SOCIAL, Mrs. Fred Proffitt FAR and NEAR Club, Mrs. Darrcll Macy, all day WYCOFF Community, Mrs. Earl Farrls MIRIAM CWF group, Mrs. Charles Talbott TAUY MISSION Circle, Mrs. Ivan Brlttlngham BEAUCEANT EAGLES AUXILIARY WCTU, North Baptist Church Chapel, 2 .p.m. Party Punch Gal. Jug — 65c We Deliver SELECT DAIRY CH 2-1607 Once-A-Yeor Specials ByShulton • Desert Flower • Escapade • Friendship Garden • Old Spice Sparkling Cologne $1.00 Sparkling Cologne Mist . . ... . 1.00 Dusting Powder 1.00 318 S. Main CH 2-3024 Grace: did you hear what happened to me? 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