The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on April 28, 1965 · Page 12
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 12

Ottawa, Kansas
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Wednesday, April 28, 1965
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Foam Pad Will Hold Pedal Dear Heloise: Today, as I started to throw away my beat-up foam.backed plastic tablecloth, (or even place mats could be used) it occurred to me that Heloise would use it for something. So I put it aside 'til later. Then I began to do the (ugh!) mending. . . or should I say I started chasing my portable sew. ing machine all over the waxed table top? Then Heloise tapped me on the shoulder! She said, "Put a piece of that table cloth (foam side down) on the bottom of that portable and see what happens." Oh, it's wonder* ful. Why didn't you tell me this years ago? Jennie Honey, because I didn't know! I'm tapping you on the shoulder now though. . . why not tape an« other piece on the bottom of your 4 foot feed? Then we wont have to chase that either, huh? I think you are great. Heloise Dear Heloise: I have two white toy poodles and have discovered the quickest way to dry them off after a bath. PRINTED PATTERN GOOD EGG THEME Mrs. Zula Bennington Greene, speaker for the CWBC annual bosses dinner Tuesday evening, stands behind an egg tree table decoration, center. Elaine Hills, right, presided, and Mrs. H. W. Maloney, vice president, introduced the speaker. 'Good Egg'BanquetTheme Ottawa Credit Women's Break, fast Club carried out a "Good Egg" theme for the annual Bosses Dinner Tuesday evening in North American Hotel. The theme was carried out further In that talk by a guest, Mrs. Zulu Bennington Greene of,Xopeka,A columnist known as Peggy of the Flint Hills. With witticisms and homey philosophy, she charac.. terized men and women, giving comparison and differences in their makeup. Elaine Hills, president, was misstress of. ceremonies. Follow mistress of ceremonies. Following her welcome, Dr. Olin Wollen gave a response. Clubs from Emporia, Lawrence, Man. hattan and Topeka were repre. sented and guests also attended, from Kansas City and Independence, Mo. Harry Smith gave the invoca. tion preceding the dinner. Giving Meeting Place Given Blessing A new meeting place for Cath. olic groups, at 403 S. Cedar, was blessed Tuesday at the meet, ing of the Sacred Heart Altar Society, and given the name, St. Joseph's Center. A statue of St. Joseph was blessed and placed on the mantel. Rev. Robert Burger announced that he had been appointed deanery moderator for the Arch Diocesan Council of Catholic Women. Mrs. John Ochs reported on the Lenten sewing project. It Included the following articles which were sent to Paolafor ship, ment to New York City: 50 hos. pital gowns, 187 hand-rolled bandages, 196 gauze bandages, 858 leper pads, 18 layettes and, one box of assorted clothing for children. Plans were made for prepar. ation of the first mass to be by Father Ronald Clarkin, son of A little crushed pineapple leftover? Drain it thoroughly and add it to cream cheese for a sweet sandwich filling. Mr. and Mrs. John Clarkin, formerly of Ottawa. The meeting closed with a prayer. Circle No. 4, headed by Mrs. Anton Strafuss, served refreshments to the 30 present. Entertains Music Club Craig Campbell entertained the Junior High Music Club Monday evening at the home of his par. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Campbell. Member splayed piano solos. Prizes in practice hours were awarded to Craig and to Janice Kraft by the club sponsor, Mrs. R. L. Stevens. M r s. Campbell and Craig served refreshments to the 16 members and 15 guests present/ The next meeting will be a pic. nic in June. NYLON (Seamless) 2 New Summer Shades in Textured Hose .Paris Pearl $4QO . French White I pr. BONNIE'S SHOE BOX 1120 W. 3rd CH 2-3391 The other day, I found an old stretched.out-of.shape hair dry. er hood, put the dog in it (all but the head), attached the vacuum cleaner (the end that blows the air out) — and in a few minutes had a dry dog. She put her head in and out of the hood ever so often, which helped to dry her ears and head. Thought you might get a kick out of this, Mrs. J. F. Dear Heloise: Have a glove with a fingertip that needs darning? Have a child who has marbles? Borrow one of the marbles, drop it into the finger of the glove and you have a perfect darning egg to make the task much eas. ier. Katie Dear Heloise: Ever had a string of beads break. . . and you can only find about half of them? Here is several folk songs was a group of three Ottawa High School jun. iors, Beth Butler, Renetta Engles and Bill Lee, with Beth and Bill playing the guitar accompani. ment. The group is known as The Alluvians. A fun feature of the evening were favors for the bosses, which Illustrated the various kinds of eggs with Daffynitions. Miss Hills introduced her boss, Harry Smith; her vice president, Mrs. H. W. Maloney, who Intro, duced the guest speaker; her treasurer, Miss Alma Schweitzer; and her secretary, Mrs. Bobby Droge. Special guests introduced in. eluded the state president, Alta Carlson, Manhattan; junior past president of Kansas CWBC, Bet. ty Nelson; first vice president of District No. 7, Mary McLennon, Topeka; district second vice president, Dorothy Logan, Inde. pendence, Mo.; and the Mis. sourl state president, Pat Rich, ardson, Independence, Mo. Club presidents present were Mrs. Alberta Resley, Emporla; Mrs. Camilla Brookwalter, Law. rence; Miss Helen Schneider, Manhattan; and Ruth Lenhart, To. peka. Attending from Kansas City were Anna Mae Larrance, and Sally Kanas, president of the Kan. sas City club. A featured table decoration at the speaker's table was an egg tree. Egg candles were featured on other tables. The program and entertain, ment committee Included Mrs. Russell Crites, Mrs. James Gould and Mrs. Maloney. PASSPORT to a successful summer — this pure, perfect princess with vertical lines dramatized by an arched seam under the bosom. Sew it now! Printed Pattern 4872: Half Sizes 12Vi. 14%. 16%, 18%, 20%, 22%. Size 16% requires 2% yards 39-inch fabric. FIFTY CENTS in coins for each 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. COMPLETE FASHION REPORT in our new Spring- Summer Pattern Catalog plus coupon for ONE FREE PATTERN! Everything you need for the life you lead — 350 design ideas! Send 50r now. Ottawa Herald Wednesday April 28, 1965 Page 12 ACE Delegates Return Home Association for Childhood Ed. ucation delegates returning during the weekend from New York City were Nor ma Huston and La. nah Cameron. They were among a group of about 40 teachers from various cities over the state who traveled to the meeting in a chartered bus. Enroute to New York, the group took side trips to Washington, D. C. and to Philadelphia, Pa., to the Historical Square. The convention was held April 19-23, which allowed the delegates to attend the World's Fair on opening day. Present at the convention were delegates from 20 different countries. Forty-eight of the 50 states were represented. CAROLEE FORRER what I do when that happens; I restring the beads to form doll necklaces or string them on wire and form bracelets and head bands. This will please some little girl with jewelry for her dolls. Darlene N. Dear Heloise: When making fruit pies, sprinkle the sugar under the fruit instead of on top. The juice will boil up through the fruit and not out over the top. M.S. Dear Heloise: This is for fly haters If you can't kill that fly in your kitchen at night, turn on the outside light over your back screen door, then turn off your kitchen light. The fly will go to the screen door and you can kill it. Works every time! G. Slogett. May Vows In Denver Chapter Ritual Exemplification of the ritual was held Tuesday evening at the meeting of Chapter AU, PEO, at Mrs. J. F. Barr's home. Mrs. G. H. Marshall was assistant hos. tess. The president, Mrs. A. C. Car. penter made announcements con. cerning the state convention to be May 4.6, in Leavenworth. Dur. ing the convention, Mrs. J. L. Johnson, 1045 S. Mulberry, will be a guest at a luncheon for 50. year members. Mr. and Mrs. John R. For. rer, Rantoul, announce the engagement of their daughter, Carolee, to Jerry E. Page, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schnorr, Greeley, Colo. The wedding will take place May 28, in Denver, Colo. Miss Forrer graduated from Ottawa University and is now teaching in Denver. Mr. Page served in the United States Navy and Air Force and attended Colorado State Univer. sity. He is associated with the Worthington Corporation. Guest Speaker Army Mothers Sew Rug Rags Army Mothers Post No. 4 sewed five knee robes and 15 pounds of rug rags for a VA Hospital at an all day sewing meeting Tuesday in Memorial auditorium. Plans were completed for en. tertaining a busload of patients from Topeka VA Hospital Tues. day at a picnic in Forest Park. Mrs. Chester Bechtle an. nounced that she will hold a cof. WjCS GrOUp fee at her home Friday morning * for members and friends. As. sisting her will be Mrs. Tom Marvin Barkis, Ottawa Uni. Liggett, Mrs. William McClin. versity senior, was guest tic and Mrs. Floyd McCullough. speaker for the Susana Wesley serving dessert Tuesday after WSCS Circle family night meet, members ate sack lunches were ing Monday in Trinity Methodist M rs. William McClinticand Mrs. Church. He gave a talk and Albert Caleb, showed slides concerning his People to People trip to Europe last summer. Present with the 10 members were 26 guests including husbands and children of members and a few other guests. Mrs. Marion Coen, chairman, opened the meeting by giving devotions and holding a brief busi. ness session. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Max Cartmill, Mrs. Richard Fritts and Mrs. Norman Hazen. Socialettes Mrs. W. G. Tulloss has re. turned from a two-week visit with her daughters and sons-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Darville, Overland Park; and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Barnett, Olathe. VFW Post and Auxiliary No. 5901 will present a Loyalty Day program at 7:30 p. m., Thursday in the Memorial Auditorium basement. The public is Invited. Rocky Kills Bill ALBANY, N. Y. (AP) — Up. holding objections of the State Education Department, Gov. NeL. son A. Rockefeller vetoed a bill Tuesday that would have re. quired public schools to teach about contributions "all races and nationalities" have made to America. Hostess For Shut-In Circle Mrs. Minnie Bogart hosted the Tuesday afternoon meeting of the Co-Workers Shut-in Circle and, during the program, read an article, "Sunshine for Shut-ins." Mrs. R. W. Stead presided following group singing and Mrs. Stead and Mrs. Harvey McCann gave devotions. Reports included 24 letters and cards sent, 32 telephone calls made, and 39 sick and social calls, eight gifts and 10 good deeds. Mrs. McCann will host the next meeting, May 18. > Extra Large Capacity Safety Release Wringer Balloon Rolls V 3 H.P. Motor Easy Rolling Casters Fast-Washing Agitator Design Sealed Transmission Full year's Guarantee on Sale for Only $ 79 95 Reg. $119.95 $1.50 A Week No Trade Needed If you are new at rolling out cookie dough, chill the dough and roll out only a small portion at a time. And be sure to use a prepared pastry cloth and stockinet covered rolling pin. The directions that come with the pastry set will tell you how to "prepare" it. CHEF BURGER Wed. Thru Sunday KIMBALL r S BURGERTERIA Dairy Queen S-P-E-C-I-A-LI [Wednesday-Thursday-Friday ONLY Home Pak 78< Quarts Heavy Uome Pak 44t Dilly Bars i*.. '1.00 GET MORE THAN BEFORE ANCHOR SAVINGS GET A BIG •j 4.50* 4 f: i v/? Dklfcri Cl»»l»l«l< SMi IMUD) litk INSURED Sandwiches !*». M.OO DAIRY QUEEN 150? S. Main CH2-4506 &, SAFETY /> ' / ' **"W "'KB ' * MH tl MM M N \\ I M.s \ XS04 I ^ \ V-s •^ < 421 South Hickory Ottawa, Kansas CH 2.1400 George L. Marstall, Assistant Vice President and Manager California Grown ROSE BUSHES It's Planting Time! All our roses are No. 1 California grown and are potted and growing in disposable pots for your convenience. By potting them, we assure you of a live, thriving rose that is established, ready to give summer - long pleasure. Hybrid Teas, Grandifloras, Floribundas, Climbers $1 .75 And Up Miniature Roses-- Dainty Little bush roses, hardy and ever blooming $1.10Ea. Or 3 For $3.00 Thurs. Fri. Sot. SPECIAL NEWPORT WEIGELA Sometimes Called Cardinal Shrub Blooms *ith nd trumpet •taped flowers, spring and fell. Specimen Plants 2-3 Feet WEIGELA BEDDING PLANTS Cabbage, Peppers, Tomatoes, Petunias, Salvla, Marigolds, Geraniums, Asters, Phlox, Vlnca. WILLIS GARDEN CENTER 5th and Cherry Priced at $1.25.

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