The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on April 4, 1963 · Page 4
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Hints From Heloise Cleans Bedsprings With Garden Hose By HELOISE CRUSE Dear Heloise: One day when I was cleaning the bed springs my husband watched me for a minute and then asked, "Why don't we take them outside at house cleaning time and just hose them down with a garden hose?" We did just that last Saturday. The springs will dry in 15 minutes. I am so delighted <vith this idea that I just wanted to pass it on, especially since I have profited by so m a n y hints through this column. Hilda Schal- tegger Helois* Dear Heloise: Did you ever run short of bread crumbs? Well, I did, but I found some hot dog rolls in my freezer. I removed a few hot dog rolls, broke one in half cross-wise (while still frozen) and rubbed the broken ends together back and forth and in my mixing bowl fell the nicest crumbs you ever saw! You can bet there are hot dog rolls in my freezer at all times now to make those spur-of- the-moment bread crumbs. Dorothy Ostrowski Dear Dorothy: Gal, you are a whizz! I tried this when making my meat loaf today. However, I used my grater! Have you ever tried it on a grater? No soggy mess and your grater does not even get dirty! Heloise Dear Heloise: I am another member of the "too late smart" club. The key word I offer is vinegar! White vinegar will work but cider vinegar is faster and much more thorough. Our new chrome fixtures were becoming dull with water deposit build-ups and not wanting to use cleansers, I tried this: Since vinegar will dissolve sediment in tea kettles, I soaked a terry cloth in vinegar and "snuggled" it all around, over and under the faucets, then literally poured more vinegar over the cloth and let it soak for a few hours. Besides removing the spots from our faucets and so forth it also loosens all leftover cleanser in the hard to get at places. Afterwards. . . just rinse down and the chrome is bright as new again! Mrs. Paul Sinec Dear Gals: It works! And you won't be any more surprised than I was. One of my neighbors had this accumulation on her faucets. We poured vinegar on a terry cloth wash rag and let it soak. Then we wiped it with another rag! Thanks to this woman who shared this hint with us. . . it really works! Love, Heloise Dear Heloise: When washing the foam rubber mattress covers on my children's beds, I fill the bathtub with warm soap suds, fold the covers in fourths and place them in the water. Instead of washing them by hand. . . I use my feet and by "tramping" on them back and forth. . . while they are under the sudsy water. This is twice as easy as doing it by hand and it does a wonderful job! To rinse them off, I just turn on the cold shower (of course 1 get out of the tub first!) and that's all there is to it. . . wonderful. Ix>ri Thiessen Methodist WSCS Meets In Church The meeting of First Methodist Women's Society for Christian Service in the church yesterday opened with a piano prelude by Mrs. M. A. Welty. Mrs. Wayland Blair presided and Mrs. Ray Koontz gave devotions. Dean Zook gave a vocal solo, "Behold the Savior of Man." Mrs. W. P. McCracken was in charge of the program topic, "First the Cross, Then the Crown." It was announced the district meeting will be in lola April 18. Mrs. Mary Black announced there will be a Golden Age party at the church April 25, from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., which will include a luncheon and communion service. New officers elected are president, Mrs. Kenneth Cook; vice president, Mrs. Wayland Blair; recording secretary, Mrs. Allen Unruh; treasurer, Mrs. A. M. Telfer. departmental secretaries, Mrs. Cliff Reynolds, Mrs. Mary Black, Mrs. J. E. Harclerode, Mrs. Ruth Hanna, Mrs. Don Lauver, Mrs. Dean Royse, Mrs. F. E. Warner, Mrs. Bruce Fleming, Mrs. Charles Mavity, Jr., Mrs. Olin Wollen and Mrs. W. C. Goodman. Chosen as the nominating committee for next year were Mrs Harold Leitnaker, chairman, Mrs. C. E. Buckner. Fifty-four were present. Elizabeth Circle served refreshments from a table decorated with an Easter egg tree. Mrs. Bennett Johnson poured. MONIQUE JOELENE is the one-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Larry J. Buckles, Montreal, Canada. Grandparents are Mr. Harry S. Buckets and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Koontz. Mrs. Carrie Mills, Lane, is a great- grandmother. Entertains Music Club Susan Wittmeyer entertained the Girls Music Club Wednesday evening at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. U. H. Wittmeyer. The members and Janice Witt meyer, a guest, played solos. Su san was awarded the prize for practice hours by the club sponsor, Mrs. R. L. Stevens. Mrs. Wittmeyer and Susan served Easter refreshments to the 16 members and 16 guests present. Lana Jane Bigelow will entertain the club in May. THE OTTAWA HERALD Thursday, April 4, 1963 PLANS MAY VOWS - Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shull, 1303 S. Mulberry, announce the engagement of her daughter, Virginia Helen McCart, to Roland Dean Bromcrt, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bromert, RFD 3. The wedding is planned for late May. (Wright Photo) Appanoose Baptist WMS The joint meeting of the Appa noose Baptist WMS was held in Harlan Hall recently with Mrs Earl Gilliland presiding. A short sketch, "An Adventure in Love,' was given by Mrs. Gilliland, Mrs Lynne Smith, Mrs. Clyde Wis combe and Mrs. Robert Steele Sr. Mrs. George Mesigh told abou the three missionaries she cor responds with. Miss Lena Hut chins, Ottawa, president of the Miami Association WMS, spoke about organizing two WMS circles. Officers elected for the joint circles are president, Mrs. Robert Steele, Sr.; vice president, Mrs. Lester Clark; secretary- treasurer, Mrs. Vernon Clark. These officers will appoint the chairmen and committees. The other circle met Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Clyde Wiscombe, with Mrs. Earl Gilliland presiding. Officers elected were president, Mrs. Lester Clark; vice president, Mrs. Weldon Smith; secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Carl Eichenberger. Mrs. Lynne Smith and Mrs. Eichenberger presented the lesson, "The Empty Tomb." Mrs. Lester Clark dedicated the love gift. It was voted to name this the Lydia Circle. The young women's group is the ABC Circle. Sacrificial Meeting Woman's Association of Westminster United Presbyterian Church met in the sanctuary yesterday for a consecration service planned by Mrs. John Douglass and Mrs. Herbert Johnson. Others participating were Mrs. Charles Weaver, Mrs. Earl Read and Mrs. W. R. Gamble. Rev. E. E. Caylor interpreted the theme, "7"he Cross," and Mrs. Bruce Spears gave a solo, "Three Crosses." The sacrificial offering was dedicated to missionary projects, ecumenical and national. Preceding the worship service there was a business session in fellowship hall. Missionary interests and projects of the church were presented by Mrs. Charles Weaver, Mrs. Robert Spencer, Mrs. Douglas Gleason and Mrs. Max Ward. The Friendly Store LAVENDER FLU Your grandfather probably knew this cure. 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