The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on April 12, 1963 · Page 6
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THE OTTAWA HERALD April 11, titt if SYMBOLS OF EASTER — Pupils in Nancy Lollar's 6th grade at Lincoln School prepared a long strained glass window of irregular sections of colored cellophane paper outlined with black tape. Pointing out their favorite colors in the picture above are David Bien, son of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Bien, 603 N. Sycamore, and Carol England, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. England III. Pictured at the right with Easter lilies they have made are see* ond grade pupils of Miss Eleanor Lloyd, Carolyn Dtenberry, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Ikenberry, 514 N. Poplar, and John McCready, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max McCready, 814 N. Poplar. Picture at right ran on front page of The Herald yesterday, but the pupils were incorrectly identified as David Bien and Carol England. (Herald Photo By Lois Smith). Hints From Heloise Brown Meatballs The Broiler Way By HELOISE CRUSE Dear Heloise: I hate to brown tiny meat balls! They seem to take ages. I was inspired one day to invent an easy, smokeless method. I made my meat balls and placed them on an ungreased cookie sheet. I then put them under the broiler for ten or fifteen minutes until they browned. I then turned them over and browned them on the bottom. One can then proceed to cook them anyway they like. The meat itself will pease the foil on the cookie pan. The balls retain their shape far better and it takes less handling. Helois. Dot Bolla Now aren't you real tricky? And think of all the bacon grease that's going to save! did try browning the little vidual meat balls under the broiler as this woman says. Believe me girls, it's great! I suggest that you be sure and use the foil. Another thing is that when you make these little tid bits — whether for parties or for your good old spaghetti, make lots of them as they can be frozen later anc can be used for many things. Heloise Dear Heloise: A skirt hanger or a man's pants hanger is perfect for those spaghetti strap dresses or others which constantly slip off the regu ar hangers. One does not even need to use the clamps. . . merely slip the traps over the top of each clamp. Alice )ear Heloise: I have found that if you make a paste of ordinary talcum pow ler and some good dry cleaning fluid and spread it generously over grease marks on wall paper hat (when. . . it is completely dry and brushed off,) the grease will come off with the dry tal cum. Mrs. C. F. Reissig Dear Heloise: Here is a trick I discovered the other day when I had seven pairs of cafe curtains to iron: I turned my ironing boa re around and used the broad end instead of the tapered end. I was finished in half-the-time because had a much larger surface and did not have to move the curtains as often. The padding and cover were like new on the flat end. Many flat pieces such as pillow cases, tablecloths, etc., can be done easier on this end of the board too As soon as I get a new cover for my board, I now iron an ov erall iron-on patch on the very spot where I set my iron. Helen Louise SEE US for KODAK products featured on TV • totanu* ulu * *» It Shower For Betty Trout Given at the Arnold Hinderliter home last evening was a bridal shower for Betty marriage to Jim Trout whose Brown, will take place June 9. The Brown family, formerly of Ottawa, lives in Emporia. Hostesses for the party were Mrs. Hinderliter, Jeanie Hinderliter, Mrs. Art Jensen, and Mrs. Richard Glenn, Topeka. Bouquets of tulips decorated the room and a decorated tea cart held the gifts. A footstep game was planned to lead the bride, by stages to the gift table. A Mexican hand - drawn linen cloth covered the serving table, which was decorated with a wedding bell and pink candles in silver holders. Mrs. J. Welsey Trout, the honoree's mother, poured. Among the 30 invited guests were Mrs. Ray Brown and Glen- ene Brown, Emporia. Millers Set For Strike MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Some 1,500 workers at 12 plants of the International Milling Co. were put on a strike alert Thursday night by the American Federation of Grain Millers. Harold Schneider, secretary- treasurer of the union, said the alert was sent out after a breakdown in contract negotiations. Schneider said no agreement could be reached on working conditions and fringe benefits. In addition to Schneider ready to walk out at be picked had gone to workers at Kansas City, Mo.; Blackwell, Okla., and Newton Kan. and Salina, Can Substitue If you need two egg whites for a recipe and have two egg yolks left over, you can use the yolks plus a tablespoon of water in a Williamtburg News Senior Class Presents 'Inner Willy' By THE SENIOR CLASS The senior class presented its play, "The Inner Willy," Friday night. An epidemic of measles in the school had an effect on the attendance. Nancy Bethell gave a party for the play cast and their guests following the play. Eighteen were present. Jean Rdchard went to Lawrence Tuesday afternoon to make plans for enrolling next fall at the University of Kansas. Many Williamsburg High graduates who are attending college are spending their Easter vacation at their homes. Several neighbors in the Williamsburg area have called on S. T. Thornton who is home from the hospital and is reported to be recovering slowly. Frank Davis, who has been in the Topeka Veterans' Hospital where he had surgery, came home Friday. He is reported to be improving. Mrs. Terry Cox and Rodney Ottawa, and Mrs. Larry Bolen and Stacie, Topeka, were Satur day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bethell. Cox and Bolen wen fishing in the Ozarks. Mrs. Rollin Starosta took Mrs W. J. Ransom, Nancy Ransom Cheryl Edgecomb, Nora Massey and Joyce Starosta to the distric 4-H judging school at Lawrenc Saturday. Crias and Craig Roberts hav been spending the week wit their grandparents, Mr. anc Mrs. Ray Roberts, while they ha the measles. The students of the Williams burg schools were to be dismiss ed from school Friday for th Easter vacation. i The Alpha Circle met at the Legion Hall Thursday with Mrs. Clare Sowers and Mrs. Clyde Todd as hostesses. Mrs. Thorton had the Easter worship. Mrs. Lloyd Neal had the program "Symbols of Easter." She used handdrawn pictures to explain the different symbols. Dessa Trabert, assisted by Edna Sutherland, gave an interpretation of the picture of the Last Supper, painted by Da Vince. Twenty-five members and two guests were present. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Ethel Robbins. Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Hink and lite YonMuFa> ast Friday. the LTL group met in the unday School roonu April 1. The meeting wa« opened,by the president George Steward. The jroup sang "America." Janice tarosta, Carolyn Ashcraft and Jonnie ThornbroUgh' led in the American^ Christian and Temp- •ance flag salutes. The group aang "The Wise Man and the Foolish Man,", 'Mixed With Gasoline" and Shine Little Candle Glimmer." The group repeated the LTL iledge. Eight members were present. Bostic became a new mem* her. The meeting closed with the children's benediction. For recreation, the group made posters with which to advertise the speech contest to be April 24. Carolyn Ashcraft furnished refreshments which were served by Mrs. Pearl Butte and Sandra Adams. *-«*«• Shower For June Bride A jreDow and white eabf scheme was used in decoration for a bridal shower Ttoaday evening for Jeanie Hinderliter. She will be married June 1 to Doug Guess of Neodesha. Mr*. Jerry Bowman and Mrt, R. H. KeUey were .hostesses at the Bowman home. The gift to- ble was covered with a cloth of linen and lace and centered with a bride centerpiece and yellow flowers: The bride-elect's mother, Mrs. Arnold Hinderliter poured during serving Of refreshments from a table decorated with candles and yellow jonquils. Twenty - four guests were invited. The Herald pays $5 every week for the best news tip turned in by a reader. drop cookie recipe that calls for a whole egg. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Davis went I to Kingsville, Mo., to a Missouri Bennett's Special Flavor WALNUT FUDGE Ice Cream LOOK WHAT'S NEW lAUUUAKFfRS FOR KODAK PRODUCTS With a Kodak Instamatic camera, , you load instantly, automatically, 10 it's easier than ever to take good pictures, No threading, no fumbling — Kodapak film cartridges drop right in! There are four camera models - all with built-in flash units — and they all take color slides, color snaps, and black-and-white pictures. • Coine in and choose the one that's ; light for yo»f Priced from $14.95 OK PHOTO SERVICE . 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MEMBERS and GUESTS ONLY Ottawa Country Club Choose your Easter gifts from our complete aUcfion of Russell Stover Candles. 1 Ib. $1.50 Assorted Chocolates $1.25 Fruit & Nut Egg dipped In milk chocolate' Easter Quartet Sdwcolatofcl btfler boa OFT. COURTHOUSE

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