The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on April 16, 1959 · Page 6
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 6

Ottawa, Kansas
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Thursday, April 16, 1959
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OTTAWA HERALD April 16, BUNNY PUPPET . . . Easy to make, fun to play \vlth. Make A Puppet SIMPLE HOMEMADE TOYS often are i more fun for children than the expensive gadgets bought In a toy store. A toy should bo able to be used for a number of purposes and in different kinds of play. It should stimulate active interest and originality as the need to be creative rises very early and stays with most people ail (heir lives. Hand puppets are Ideal toys, •s they allow the child to use his own imagination and are easy to make. Popular right now is n beguiling little bunny inspired by Many Stores Featuring Beefsteak WEEKLY FOOD REVIEW By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS This may come as a surprise to bargain-hunting housewives, but a few of the nation's supermarkets and neighborhood grocery stores have specials on steak this weekend. True, the prices are not to be confused with those of a few years ago, but at least they are lower than usual by 1959 standards. Round roast also is featured in some places. Offerings of more expensive cuts reflected the Department of Agri culture's expectation that 1959 out put of fed, or higher grade, beef will increase over a year ago. Turkeys, corned beef, smokec pork butts and leg of lamb arc the bargain attraction at some stores. Nearly all show lower pric es for eggs, with prices down a penny to 8 cents a dozen. Potatoes still head the best buy list among vegetables, althougl total supplies over the next lev months are expected to be onl> moderately above last year. Sweet potatoes also are an out standing bargain, along with arti chokes, carrots, Florida swee corn, collards, kale and spinach Good buys include pascal eel ery, iceberg lettuce, asparagus tomatoes, cabbage, cucumber and broccoli. Lettuce and aspara gus are marked up and produce men warn that some celery show only fair condition. Onions are sharply higher an also showing variable condition Yellow and green squash, sna] beans, eggplant and peppers an moderately priced. Fruit bargains include Californii naval oranges, Florida orange and grapefruit, a few varieties of apples, bananas and pineapples. a TV character. However, almos any animal can be the model for a hand puppet. Here are lips on how to make them, from loca sewing center experts. First trace the child's hand on a piece of paper. If you are mak ing a bunny, leave out the middl finger on the pattern, and you hav formed the curs. Hold pattern jn place on the felt with cellophonc tape and cut out two shapes witl pinking shears. Stitch logcthe on your sewing machine. Be sun o leave a fairly wide space on th_ ottom. Features arc made from olorcd plastic tape. For the bunny, make eyes from irclcs of white tape with n spo f blue tape on each. Whisker re made from narrow strips o ilack tape, and a green tape bow ie adds dash. You can make all kinds of char cters by using different features You can even make leopards o ebras by using colored plasti ape for the spots or stripes. Let the children go throyg heir story books and decide whn nimals they want to make, The hey can act out their favorit nirsery rhymes. Mother also ca iso the puppets when reading bed ime stories. Encourage the children to pi on their own puppet shows. It wi be fun for all the family. Your Problemi, By -Ann Landers- Dear Ann Landers; The woman who wrote to complain because icr husband came home for lunch ivcry day is cither a case of ar- ested development, or she's too tupid for words. Her signu- ure was "Just Tired." 1 think she's "Just Cuckoo." I'd give anything if my husband ,vould come home for dinner. For the last two years he's been involved In n new business and w o r k s 16 hours a day. I see him at Breakfast, and hen again when he comes dragging in a b o u t jnldnlght. S u n- day is the only LANDERS light in the week when we can be ogether as a family, and believe TIC, it's not enough. My husband is a grand person and we have a good marriage. knew when he bought this bus! ness it would take some sa'cri- 'Ices. He asked if I was willing, and I said "Yes," so I can't complain now. I figure this is my contribution to a better standard of living for our children. If "Just Tired" has any sense at all she'll take your advice and rest up" so when Hubby cqme.s home for lunch she'll be happy LONESOME" Dear Lonesome: The line forms on the right for women whose husbands arc knocking lhemselve_ out from early morning till late at night. I'll bet your husband', business wouldn't fold if he look one night off in Hie middle of the week to have dinner with hi: family. Strange how many dynamo: think a business can't get along without them. Then, when illnes? or tragedy strikes they arc hi with the ego-shattering truth tha no one is indispcnsible. Dear Ann: I'm n girl 17 and have been going steady with very nice fellow. He's going to give me .an engagement ring for graduation and then I plan to work a year so we will have enougl money to get married on. My boy friend used to shovi me around a little when I firs started to go with him, but : See the Gold Star Gas Range at Wards Appliance Dept. • bought It was cute and "mascu- ine." Now he has started to slap vie. Last .night he punched me vith his fist and I wa.s actually n a daze for a few minutes. He apologized when I cried ,but ld he wanted me to know he ,vas "boss" and that he wouldn't stand for any foolishness. He said that in all successful marriages the man is the master and there's no better way of howing it than through physical means. I love him very much but I'm Beginning to be afraid of him. P!easc advise me.— DUMBFOUNDED Dear Dumb: Give the brute his walking papers so fast he'll catch pneumonia from the breeze. He's sadistic bully who enjoys in- lictnig pain on others. L'ife with such a character could prove to be me long ride in an ambulance. 3ump him, pronto. CONFIDENTIAL TO NO REEF: Quit complaining and look at the advantages of the situa- ion. Smart wives have been aughing at their husbands' moth- oaten, tattered jokes for years. You can do it, too. Club Forecast rridny THE SKNIon CMJn, Youth Center I'-AJKMOUNT BIRTHDAY, Mr». Lloyd TmiiRhiirtliy IBLPKIJL SERVICE clRfin, Mr«. V. C. M«Df;W(!ll NAOMI CUIB. I.O.O.I'". ImM. KMKRY OKHKN community club, fcar- foorohop chorus program. (OFF REGULAR PRICE OF EACH CAN LIMITED TIME ONIYI ON SALE AT BETTER FOOD STORES EVERYWHERE Boys Music Club Martin Williams entertained Boys Music Club last evening at tha home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs, Albert J. Williams. Members played piano solos. Margaret Ann Williams was a guest. Bob Latimer was awarded the prize for practice hours bj the club sponsor, Mrs. R. L. Stevens. Mrs. Williams and Martin served refreshments. Seven members anc nine guests were present. Stephen Roush will entertain the club on May 20. Party For Wives Ottawa Association of Life Underwriters gave a dinner for their wives last evening at Opal's steak bouse. There were Maypoles with streamers for table decorations and favors. Mrs. Opal Howell was in charge of decorations. Bill Piggott, vice president of the association, was program chair man. He introduced the speaker Lowell Gish, who gave an informa talk, He and Mrs. Gish were guests. Eight members were present with their wives. COURTNEY OGG'S WEST SIDE GROCERY f)02 Maple Phone CH 2-3442 We Deliver A A A A A A A / INHUMED COOWD /l/l/l/l/VO SWIFHRREMIUM BuumNSe/we IUUY SAUSAGE COOKED 49c ME>47 M4KES THE ME 4L TENDER DEEC LIVER r,, 55e YOUNG DECr kl w El\ Lb. «/«/*• ORIOLE BACON i*. 53c Lean PORK STEAK : 49c BROWN and CAIICAflC SERVE 3MU3MVC Pkg. 25c Flower Seed Free in Pkg. YOUNG HCTSIC^ 2-2Vi Lb....Ench LUNCH MEATS — CHEESE ALL KINDS Zcans 1VC 2 Lbs. 35C 2 Lb S 69c Lb 19c 2 Lb S 25c L Cans <JDC 2 Cans 55C Shurfresh BUHERMILK BISCUITS Shurfresh OLEO Shurfresh CHEESE FOOD WONDER RICE Extra White — Quick Cook: NAVY BEANS Large White CROSSE AND l/ICMY<tf OISE SOUP BLACKWELL w IWIi 1 *UWI«»K «JWWI Lakeside TINY WHOLE BEETS Shurfine Stuffed OLIVES Nabisco--New Vegetable Thins PK £ For Snacks — Parties For Window Cleaning Time GLASS WAX Windex 19e--49e ,'• Bon-Ami Reynolds Wrap R . 6U ,ar 33c H S,7, ODOR-AIRE - Moth Block „,„„ „,, T]Te '•' Each 89c VOK YOUB 1SLECTK1C DISHWASHKR — CASCADE — KUiCTKA- SOL — CALGONITE — ALL AND NEW FINISH. FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES — ASPARAGUS, MANGOES, GREEN ONIONS, CUCUMBERS, TOMATOES, NEW POTATOES, FRESH STRAWBERRIES, RHUBARB, PINK GRAPEFRUIT. SPECIAL-LARGE ANGEL FOOD CAKE 39e BESPAKT FROZEN FOODS LEAF SPINACH GREEN PEAS 12 Oz. Pkgs. 10 Oz. 37c GRAPEFRUIT JUICE 2 V 39c POTATOES 2 2 «S 33c RUS-ETTE HASH BROWN Pkgs. 10 Oz. WEEK-END FEATURES At Your RANEY DRUG STORE Prices Good Fri., Sat. and Sun. We reserve the right to limit quantities. CANDY DEPARTMENT MOTHER'S DAY CHOCOLATES By Pangburn's and Wittman's See us for specially wrapped boxes of Mother's Day Chocolates. NEW SPECD-BATM $2.00 Plus Tax WHEN YQyXAjfT ALWAYS BRUSH AFTER MEALS ... EVEN THOUGH fcjJEST the Toothpaste ' URGE y ^ * ttm For People Who Can't Brush After Every Meal! Raney Drug Presents LENEL PERFUMES Featuring COLOGNE $2*00 plus tax $3.00 plus tax $1.75 plus tax FOAM BATH ESSENCE LIQUID BODY SACHET FOUNTAIN SPECIALS Triple-Dip BANANA SPLIT ^Topped with Whipped Cream, Nuts, and Maraschino Cherry Fri., Sat. ^ Q-^ and Sun. I 7C DRUG NEEDS d-CON RID-X DESTROYS WASTE! DEODORIZES • SANITIZES! for OUTDOOR TOILETS CESSPOOLS and SEPTIC TANKS RID-X destroys the bulk and volume of waste materials in disposal units by activating bacterial decomposition. This helps to prevent the accumulation of waste and the resulting offensive odor*. RID-X also dissolves fats, oils, greases and paper. SAVES ON DIGGING, UNCLOGGING, MOVING RID-X IS SAFE RID-X is non-poisonous, harmless toall metal, porcelain, pipes, and wood. GUARANTEED ELIMINATE RATS AND MICE WITH iCON GUARANTEE d-CON is guaranteed to rid your property of rats and mice forever, whenusedasdirected. or your money back. d-CON T Ready-to-Use. • j.^ 16-oz. I ISP $1 69 1§ ^ ACCEPT NO SUBSTITUTES. d-CON Mouse-Pful« Sure Death In our Prescription Department, two registered Pharmacists are waiting to serve you at all times with the finest quality drugs available and the friendly, courteous service which makes your shopping more enjoyable. Registered Pharmacists John W. Nuhn Harry Williams CAULIFLOWER YELLOW RIPE BANANAS 3 UK, 29c 304 S. Main Ph. CH 2-3092

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