The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on April 11, 1963 · Page 5
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Hints From Heloise in Eggs" Simply Darling By HELOISE CRUSE Dear Heloise: , Here is an Easter tip. Make a hole in the large end of an egg about the |ite of your index finger. Remove the insides. Wash the shells and save until you have a dozen. Fill with different colored gelatin and let set until firm. Then peel and place on a bed of green colored coconut. Both young and old love this treat. Mrs. J. J. Exton Dear Folks: Mrs. Exton caused so much steam in t h i s home when her letter arrived that we couldn't wait to get to the kitchen to try it It's terrif! But take some Heloiw advice from us. We learned the hard way. We found that you could make a small hole in the egg shell, and put a tiny hole in the other end with a pin or the ice pick, and literally blow the inside of the egg out. After rinsing, we took tape and sealed the small hole so the gelatin wouldn't run out. We then filled the eggs with green, red and yellow gelatin, but instead of using two cups of water which most recipes call for. . . we used only one and three-fourths cup. This made a much firmer egg. The lemon - colored eggs were beautiful, and we found that we could even mix different flavors to get odd colors. Now. . . let's use our heads. Instead of making a mess in the refrigerator like I did, keep that carton the eggs came in. Put the eggs back in the carton to harden so that if one does leak . . . you won't have a mess to clean up. And believe it, gals, it's really a mess. After our eggs congealed, we cracked the shell first (this is most important) and then held it under the hot water faucet for 'a few minutes so that the shell would get warm and the gelatin would loosen. Then we peeled the eggs and they were darling! These not only make pretty desserts which could be topped or decorated with whipped cream, but can be used for salads when placed on a bed of lettuce and some mayonnaise. Even prettier . . .when placed on a pineapple ring over which has been grated some cheese and then lay the egg on top of that! Looks like a real nest. Another thing we tried when making the yellow filling, was adding pieces of pimento and chopped green olives and grated carrots before it was completely congealed. Oh. . . it's wonderful. The colors show through and it looks as if the 'eggs" are painted. And you know that this idea doesn't have to be used only at Easter. The colored eggs are a tribute to any woman's table when placed around the edge of a big platter of potato salad which s been first trimmed with lettuce or parsley. And you should see how they look around an ice-filled shrimp bowl! We covered the ice with some plastic wrap before put' ting these "eggs" around the edge of the ice bowl and found that the plastic wrap also prevented the ice from melting as fast. . . yet, one still gets the full advantage of the ice itself. So. . . happy Easter to you and yours. Have a wonderful time. Heloise Dear Heloise: A bedspread can be pressed in two or three minutes if spread on the carpet in the middle of the floor. If one has bare floor they can pad the floor by spreading a blanket or quilt down first. This is also good when it comes to ironing curtains and draperies. Iron them on the floor in the same manner. This certainly beats using the ironing board and saves sags and puckers in the curtains and requires for less time and work. Mrs. William Zabel Dear Heloise: To take the odor out of the plastic containers, plastic diaper pails, plastic baby pants and so forth, I place mine in the sunshine for a few hours. Dear Heloise: Iron-on pockets are a wonderful thing! It is the easy way to replace that pants - pocket your husband keeps losing those one thousand dollar bills out of! All one has to do is trim away half of the Easter Topic For WSCS Mrs. A. R. Hay gave the lesson topic, "A Sign Unto You," yesterday for Union Chapel WSCS at Mrs. W. H. Williams' home. Mrs. Ernest Lowrance was co-hostess. Mrs. J. E. Thornton conducted business which included making plans for a tea, May 2. Members reported 28 calls and 44 cards. Mrs. Verne White presented a life membership pin to Mrs. George Stewart. Present with the 19 members and one child were four guests, Mrs. T. C. Eason, Overland Park; Mrs. E. E. Watkins, Mrs. S. Robert McCrea, and Mrs. Mabel Williams. Attend Bank Women Meeting Attending the Tuesday evening meeting of Greater Kansas City Chapter, Midwest Division, National Association of Bank Women at Old Grinter House near Kansas City was Mrs. Ivan Jones, a member, and Mrs. Harry Webster. Mrs. Webster was a guest of Mrs. Henrietta A. Fuller, Eudora, one of the co-chairmen. Presiding at the bi-monthly meeting was Mrs. Margaret 0. Burnett, Parkville, Mo., group chairman. The program was by Mrs. Maxine Calhoun, Kansas City, Kas., a film showing progress of banking in the past 100 years. Other co-chairmen were Mrs. Vernell Randel, Baldwin; and Mrs. Selma Duncan, Kansas City, Kas. More To Say In Dixieland ATLANTA, Ga. ^-Southerners seem to talk more than other people, the president of the Southern Bell Telephone Co. says. The official, Ben S. Gilmer, said Wednesday that six phone calls per day is the average in the South compared with five for the nation as a whole. worn pocket, place the new pocket over the old pocket, and just press with an iron according to instructions. One can do this even without a sewing machine. Mrs. William Z. The Herald pays |5 every week for the best news tip turned in by a reader. Sw our Red Crow ShoM to color in tod*y'« THIS W££KMrf fAKADE PAINE'S BOOTERY Rose Garden Club Meets WELLSVILLE — The Rose Junior Garden Club met at the schoolhouse Monday night. The girls checked the progress of the tulip bulbs they had planted around the evergreens at the school last fall. Afterward, the group with its sponsors, Mrs. Bernhard Fleming and Mrs. E. E. Turner went to the Turner home to view daffodils, other spring bulbs and wild flowers. An Easter egg hunt was held. The group then toured Mrs. Mary O'Neil's garden to see the daffodils, zinna and marigold seeds were given to the girls to plant in their own gardens. At the May meeting, Mrs. H. E. Patton will give the lesson on corsage making. This will be the start or something wonderful! A beautiful beginning to a long love-affair... your first encounter with the fabulous "instant comfort" of a Red Cross Shoe. It's a very special feeling. Soft, light and caressing, As if made for your foot alone. And it lasts through every step you taket Discover this for yourself in such dramatic mid-heel pumps as these... in Eastef'pretty patent and the other colon of springtime! Urgf*-#0i*£ brand of /in* footwear m At world. Stylet from 1039 to 15.99 <•' * * •* TWf mtot kn M ****** Nftrtww *m TIM AiMffeM N*Mrt M Cms OES Chapter Has Meeting Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Martin presided at the meeting of Evelena Chapter No. 435, Order of Eastern Star, Lane, Monday. Plans were made to attend the Grand Chapter session in Topeka, April 23-25. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Black were initiated. Mrs. Julia Moon sang, "Holy, Holy, Holy," and "He," during the ceremony, accompanied by Mrs. Ross Kimball. It was announced that there will be conferring of the degrees at the April 22 meeting. Refreshments were served by Ethelean True, Joy Gentry and Edith Chambers. Shower For June Bride Betty Jane Trout and Jan Newfield gave a bridal shower for Jeanie Hinderliter recently at their home, 1234 S. Elm. Miss Hinderliter will be married June 1 to Doug Guess, Neodesha. A white and yellow color scheme was carried out with plum and forsythia blossoms. Gifts were arranged on a low table. About 30 guests' were invited. Among those attending was Jackie Baker, Lawrence. A number of the guests sent gifts. THE OTTAWA HERALD Thursday, April 11, 1963 Club Forecast Friday SENIOR CLUB, Youth Center LATIMER-FOUTS community, potluck supper, 7 p.m. Plan New Edition Of Book A paperback edition will be published on May 8 of one of the world's most widely • circulated religious books—"Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," by Mary Baker Eddy. This is the book that for nearly 70 years has been read along with the Bible at all Christian Science church services, in place of sermons by ministers. Christian Scientists turn to it regularly for explanation of the Bible and religious inspiration. Although this will be the first paperback edition of Science and Health, the book already has reached sales of several millions since it first appeared in 1875. Printed on standard book paper, it will be priced at $1.95, the publishers have announced. FAT OVERWEIGHT Available to you without a doctor's prescription, our product called GALAXON. You must lose ugly fat in 7 days or your money back. No strenuous exercise, laxatives, massage or taking of so- called reducing candies, crackers, cookies, or chewing gum. GALA- XON is a tablet and easily swallowed. When you take GALAXON, you still enjoy your meals, still eat the foods you like, but you simply don't have the urge for extra portions because GALAXON depresses your appetite and decreases your desire for food. Your weight must come down, because as your own doctor will tell you, when you eat less, you weigh less. Get rid of excess fat and live longer. 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