The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on April 10, 1963 · Page 5
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.*. Hints From Heloise Use Newspaper On Coathanger By HELOISE CRUSE Dear Heloise: We never have enough skirt and trouser hangers, so I take generous sections of newspapers and roll them around the bottom of our wire hangers. This can be secured either with string or scotch tape. These rolls of paper can be covered with wall paper scraps or adhesive • backed paper. I make the rolls about three inches in diameter on e a c h hanger. It does the best job of e 1 i m i n a ting creases at the fold line (es p e c i a 11 y on men's trousers) that I have ever bowl, adding the chilled salad dressing, seasonings, tomatoes, etc. and toss briefly and then serve. Helots* PRINTED PATTERN 4774 SIZES 10-18 used and the cost is practically nil. When you buy bath soap in those economical three or four bar pacakges go ahead and unwrap them all and place a bar here and there in a towel closet. Another advantage is that when the children are in the bathtub and leave the soap in the water so long, it does not soften as quickly, and saves lots of waste. Coco Harrington Dear Heloise: How to make salads cold and crisps? Easy. First I store my lettuce completely wrapped in a damp towel, but it is always left in the refrigerator, and when I redamp- en the towel I use ice water! Second (and this is important), is the ridiculously little simple trick that takes no extra time but does require a little careful planning beforehand: Well, before serving the salad, I place the bowl, tossing spoons and salad plates in my refrigerator so they will be thoroughly chilled when used. I make my salad dressing early and put that in the refrigerator— partly so that it will be cold too, and partly so I won't have to make it at the last moment when everybody is ready to sit down. Even the seasoning, salt, pepper etc. — mix and put into a dry cup so that it will be ready to go- Tomatoes and other ingredients are pre-peeled, sliced and placed in another bowl in the refrigerator. The purpose of all this ho- cus-pocus, and the secret of success of the salad is to leave the lettuce wrapped in its towel until the very last second. Then . . . simply take it out, tear it apart and dump in the chilled George Schmidt Dear Heloise: Please, please, please . . . how does one get mildew and mold (at least that's what it looks like) off bamboo blinds? We use these throughout our house (as do many of our neighbors). Some neighbors put them on their porch to eliminatr the evening sun but. . . they also mildew! It seems that when this type of blind is used inside or out, that mildew always comes I sure will appreciate some other coffee friend letting us in on her secret. Mrs. William Carole Anybody know? If you have the answer to this, do drop us a line. Write to Heloise, care this paper. Love, Heloise Dear Heloise: I am a cripple and I must soak my legs several times a day in the bathtub. My sweet husband fixed a "desk" to put across the tub for me to work on because I felt I was wasting fame. He used a simple wide board and put bumpers underneath it to keep it from sliding on the tub. These bumpers are covered with foam rubber cut from an old ironing board pad. Another thing my husband made is a large tray mat slides onto the arms of my wheel chair. It is big enough and sturdy enough to even hold the typewriter, yet, I can go through the doorways and down the hallway with it. For small things try a plastic litter bag slipped over, the brake handle on the wheel chair. Wonderful. Barbara Kraft Dear Heloise: For those who have leaky milk cartons. . . may I suggest that they cut little squares of foil a few inches larger than the bottom of the carton itself and place the carton on this and gently allow it to come up around the sides of the milk carton and crush it with their fingers? These little "cups" need not be wasted. They can be used over and over again. . . just in case! Mrs. U. Burrell Seasoning Hint When you cook a fresh bee! tongue, you might.like to adc some mixed pickling spice to the water. Remember to simmer, not boil, the tongue. Guild Uses Easter Theme An Easter theme was carried out in devotions and program for he meeting last evening of First VIethodist Wesleyan Service Guild at Mrs. Charles Wells' home. Mrs. George Hutchison presided and gave devotions, opening the session with a prayer. She read from the 28th chapter of Matthew. Mrs. John Ott gave the lesson topic, "A Sign Unto Us," which dealt with symbols and signs to guide Christian people. The budget was presented and accepted. New officers elected are president, Mrs. Hutchison; vice presi dent, Mrs. Ott; secretary-treasur er, Mrs. H. C. Stevens; coordinator, Mrs. W. C. Goodman; departmental -secretaries, Mrs. Arthur Jensen, Mrs. A. F. Ponton, Mrs. Genevera O'Neal, Mrs. Wells, Mrs. Gordon Bond, Mrs Maxine Spears and Mrs. Lowell Fair. Mrs. Wells and her co-hostess, Mrs. William Suits, served refreshments. DRESS, sleek, sleeveless JACKET, scalloped at the hem — together, they take you everywhere most fashionably. Choose cotton, linen, rayon. Printed Pattern 4774: Misses' Sizes 10, 12, 14, 16, 18. Size 16 dress takes 3 yards 35-inch; jacket 1% yards. 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 one you choose in new Spring- Summer Pattern Catalog. Send 50 cents now. onvention to be held May 2, 3 nd 4, at North American .Hotel. ATS. Grace Duvall reported send- ng 12 get-well and cheer cards nd Mrs. Loyd Murray reported two birthday cards sent to serv- ce men. Serving refreshemnts at the lose were Mrs. Doman, Mrs. 2. H. Finch and Mrs. Murray. Married In T.r)C LiU ^ Club Meets For Program Past Presidents Club of Social Order of the Beauceant was entertained by Mrs. Harley P. Cover yesterday. She also gave the program, telling about sand dollars found on southern beaches. She explained significance of some of the markings in regard to the Crucifixation and Resurrection. Mrs. 0. C. Curby presided. The remainder of the time was spent working on Easter favors for trays at Ransom Memorial Hospital. Rosie Conrad, daughter F. Los Angeles, Calif., and Merle Dean Robison, US Navy, son o Mr. and Mrs. Byron Robison Princeton, were married March 16 at the home of the bride's parents. Rev. Richard Burdine offi dated. Attendants for the cou pie were Starann Tally and Ken neth V. Lovelace. The bride' gown was of white satin. A re ception was held at the home The couple is at home at 1233 21st, San Diego, Calif. The bride was graduated from a Los Angeles High School. Th< groom, a graduate from the Wil liamsburg High School with tin class of 1961, is serving on thi USS Saint Paul. GUARANTEED TROUBLE-FREE FOR THE LIFE OF YOUR HOME! TRACK HOMEguard TILT Lifetime Aluminum Combination STORM-SCREEN WINDOWS at On* Lew Price— Post Votes Donations Army Mothers Post No. 4 voter] at yesterday's meeting to senc a $10 coupon book to Wadswort VA Hospital, $12.50 to the PTA milk fund and $3.65 to Ransom Memorial Hospital Auxiliary. Mrs. Nora Foley presided Present to receive their 20-yea guards for their pins were Mrs Fred Doman, Mrs. B. G. Otto Mrs. Tom Liggett, Mrs. Wan Ralston, Mrs. Eli Clavel, Mrs Fred Schnoke and Mrs. Ruth Blood of Garnett. Plans were discussed for the Wellsville New* •HE OTTAWA Wednesday, April 10, Donate Prizes For Egg Hunt Spring Tea At Church Sixty persons attended the annual spring tea given by Calvary Baptist Missionary Union ast evening in the church. Pres- mt for the event were Rev. and ilrs. Lewis McClain, Topeka, missionaries to Brazil now on fur- ough. Following the opening songs )y the group and a poem by Mrs. Maxine Stephens, Mr. McClain gave a prayer. Jackie Weber and Marcia Allen gave a piano duet and Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Mid- dlebusher a vocal duet. Mrs. McClain gave a talk on the customs and needs of the people of Brazil. Hostesses were Mrs. Charles Patterson, Mrs. Bill Weber and Mrs. Ernest Blackburn. The table was covered with purple lavender over white and centered with a Iwuquet of lilacs and lavender candles. Mrs. Stephens poured. By BERNICE HOLDEN Local merchants and businessmen have donated some 750 prizes for the Easter egg hunt which will be 1 p.m. Saturday on the Wellsville s c h ool grounds. The annual Easter egg hunt is sponsored by the Louis H. Hanson Post of American Legion, and Legionnaires will wrap the prize slips with the eggs tonight. Children through 12 years of age may participate. Mr. and Mrs. Jack McWilson were hosts to the Golden Hours Class meeting in the basement at the New Hope Baptist Church. Mrs. Carroll Whiteford opened the meeting. Prayer was given by Percy VanHorn. Mrs. VanHorn read the minutes, and the business meet- Socialettes Lend-A-Hand Class held a meeting in Trinity Methodist Church last evening with Mrs. Jess Blake in charge. Mrs. Ernest Johnson gave devotions on the topic of, "Prayer." Games formed the entertainment. Mrs. Frank Cannady, Mrs. Tom Arnold and Mrs. Blake served refreshments to the 18 present. Chapter AU, PEG had exemplification of rituals last evening at Mrs. J. F. Barr's home. Miss Gertrude Clark was co-hostess. Eighteen attended. Franklin County Nurses will meet with Mrs. Lee Roberts tonight. Merry-Go-Round club meeting opened with singing yesterday at Mrs. William Rice's home. Mrs. Harold Stewart was in charge. The penny drill netted $1.19. Mrs. Lawrence Tussing received a sunshine sister gift and Mrs. Neal Sayler, Mrs. Paul Howell and Mrs. Stewart received contest prizes. Refreshments carried out an Easter theme. Quenemo News Club Has Dinner Meeting By MRS. SALLY PERRY The Willing Workers Club met with Mrs. Ada Thompson and Mrs. Leo Casten assisting. Thirteen members and five guests were served a covered dish dinner. Guests were Martin Allen, Leo Casten, Mrs. T. T. Burns, Mrs. Harry Meneley and Mrs. Clarence Meneley. The members made potholders for the hostess. Mrs. Harry Meneley and Mrs. Clarence Meneley joined. The club made donations to Red Cross and to the Cancer Society. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Nettie Trezise. The Past Noble Grands Club met Monday night with Mrs. Ernest Perry. Mrs. Johnny Green was co-hostess. Mrs. Jessie Green was a guest. Fifteen members were present. Business was conducted ty Mrs. Walter Hull. The hostess served refreshments, The next meeting will be with Mrs. Olin James. Mr. and Mrs. Max Hughes and Mr. and Mrs. Emory Frack spent the weekend at Western Hills Lodge, Wagoner, Okla. ing was held. Devotionals were given by 0. D. Garrett. All repeated The Lord's Prayer. Mrs. Ethel Miller had charge of games. Mr. and Mrs. McWilson served refreshments to nine members. Attending the 9th annual Kansas School Foods Service Association convention at Shawnee Mission West High School Friday and Saturday were Mrs. Easta Booth, Mrs. Rose Marie Miller, Mrs. Letha Warren, Mrs. Lois Moldenhauer, all from the Wellsville Schools lunchroom. They were among 1215 persons attending the convention from over the state. Featured were speakers and demonstrations. Mrs Supha Breithaupt was lucky in receiving a door prize Friday night and having her registra tion number drawn Saturday for another gift. Maundy Thursday communion will be at 7:30 p.m. Thursday April 11, at the Wellsville Methodist Church. The office of Tene >rae, a worship service wherein all the lights are turned out to represent the desertion and fligh 1 of the desciples, will be conduct ed by the minister Rev. Jim labors. The official board of the Wells ville Methodist Church will mee at 8 p.m. Wednesday, April 10 in Hays Hall. "The Will of Augusta Nash' was a film shown ning at the family upper in Hays Hall of .thi Wellf rille Methodist Church, sponsored by the commission on "stewardship and finance. The Home Builders Claw of the New Hope Baptist Church met Friday night at toe home of Mr. and Mrs. Gale Shelton 'or a ham and bean supper. Returning Monday from a 2* week stay in Oklahoma was A. El Carpenter. He was at Devine brothers Clinic in Oklahoma City for treatment. While there he visited nieces and nephews at Oklahoma City, TUlsa, Carney and Stillwater. ill Stan Kenton: "Leaves nothing to be desired -really unbelievable at $339.951" ONLY 1057 4-TRACK STEREOPHONIC TAPE RECORD!! Combines these Advanced Features: 4-track stereo and monaural record/ play • Sound-on-sound multiple record* Ing in stereo, sound-wlth-sound (ten. gtiaga lab teacher/student feature), sound-over-sound mixing • Dual speak* c: • Stereo Amplifiers • 4 Stereo head* set outputs • Automatic shut-off • 3% and 7'/2 ips tape speeds. 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