What's Cooking? Mrs. Albert Stewart, RFD 4 member of Sand Creek HDU, bakes this gingerbread cake and furnished the recipe for it. Gingerbread Cake '/z c. butter or other shortening 5 .i c. sugar 1 egg, beaten ?A c. flour 1 '/z tsp. soda. l tsp. cinnamon 1 tsp. ginger Vi tsp. cloves Vii tsp. salt 1 c. molasses 1 c. hot water Cream butter and sugar together then add beaten egg. Measure and sift dry ingredients together end add alternately, a little at a time, with liquids. Beat after eacli addition until smooth. Bake in pan 9 x 9 x 2 inches, lined with waxed paper. Cut in squares. Serve with molasses chocolate fream. Molasses Chocolate Cream Vi c. heavy cream 1 tbsp. molasses 2 tbsp. unsweetened chocolate | Fold molasses and chocolate into cream. PRINTED PATTERN The Baby Has 5een Named Announce Engagement Mr. and Mrs. Earl Huston, Overbrook, announce the engagement of their daughter, Wilma Marie, to Vernon Paul Dent, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dent of Parsons. Miss Huston is a graduate of Appanoose High School. She is employed at Hallmark Inc., Topeka. Mr. Dent attended school in St. Paul and was in military service. He is employed in construction in Topeka. The wedding is being planned for June 13. The,son born April 14, to Mr. and Mrs. David Behan. Grayslake, 111., has been named Scott Palmer. He weighed ? Ib. 3 oz. The Behans have a small daughter, Brenda. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. S. Robert McCrCa, 1034 S. Hickory; and Mrs. Roger P. Beban, Indianapolis, Ind. Mrs. R. S. McCrea, Richmond is great grandmother. The son born April 14, to Mr. nnd,Mrs, R. Harold Pennington, 520 W. 2nd, Ottawa, at Recce Hospital, Gardner, has been Odd items Picked lip From Mail By HAL BOYLE NEW YORK (AP) - Things B columnist might never know if he didn't open his mail: About one in every six em ployed persons in America now has a government job. Golf is still gaining in popularity as a top outdoor sport. If all U.S. golf courses were laid side named Harold Ray Jr. He weigh- by side, they'd cover more than cd 9 Ib., 2 oz. Grandparents are Mr. ajid Mrs. Russell Leach, Wellsville; and Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Pennington, Portervtlle. Calif. Tire Penninglons have a s m a 1 1 daughter, Debra Kay. At Ransom Memorial Hospital: The son born April 8, to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Delane Mille, Chapman, has been named Terry Wayne. He weighed 6 Ib,, 15 oz. 1,000 square miles, nearly the size of Rhode Island. Okay, so you know Francis arc now being mnclc. You car \\csu' (hem as earrings. An item for dieters: The greet cst 'glutton in history was Vitcllis, a Roman cmporor, who spent up to $375,000 on a single banquet. Yet he starved his own mother lo death. ' When you get to feeling too self- important you might consider this fact: Some two trillion people that's 2,000,000.000,000—havo lived and died on this earth since 4,000 B.C. And that's a lot of zeros I A match between a thorough bred horse and a deer might make an interesting race—if you could find a midget jockey to saddle the deer, Deer have been clocked at 4!) m.p.h. Real estate bargain: There arc thousands of habitable islands for sale or rent in and around the Scott Key wrote the lyrics of! United Slates *»(! Canada. Some "The Star Spangled Banner". Bul| ...i-- »- ii_- > „ «i who wrote the music? It was composed by an Englishman, John Stafford Smith, under the title, 'To Anacreon in Heaven." The three-ball sign: Pawn shops arc slowly vanishing from the TI,« c n h nr * A«-ii 11 » M- I American scene. But there are The son born April 13, to Mr. c(i)1 1on In Mmi , Vnt , u ri(v Anrt and Mrs. Herbert Morton Dowdy, 1310 S. Poplar, has been named Jon Davis. 4V4 oz. He weighed 7 Ib., Birthday Candles If ti-f ends of birthday candles are softened and a toothpick inserted in each you will have no need of birthday candle holders. The other end of the toothpick can be inserted in frosted cake and the candles will stand upright. Step smartly into summer this flattering dress with curved collar and slimming lines. No waist seams — darts shape front, back has pleat, belt. Printed Pattern 4864: Half The son born April 13, to Mr. and Mrs. Acie Reeves Jr., Princeton, has been named David Lee. He weighed'9 Ib. The son born April 14, to Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Eugene G i 1- more, 922 S. Sycamore, has been named Jeffrey Andrew. He weighed 7 Ib. Sizes 14'i, IS'/z, 20'/2, 22',i, 24 J /2. Size 16'/2 requires 3% yards 35-inch fabric. Printed directions on each pattern part. Easier, accurate. Send FIFTY CENTS in coins for this pattern — add 10 cents for each pattern for Ist-class mailing. 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. Your FASHION Store S two-parts! ummer fashion news in News From The Appanoose Area MRS. MAX HETRICK Mrs. Ruby Storrer is teaching a few days for Mrs. Delta Ikenberry, while her father is ill in a Kansas City hospital. Visitors at the Lester Clark home included Mr. and Mrs. Charley Clark, Meriden, Mrs. Andy Brubaker, Manhattan. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Clark have returned home from a wedding trip lo Colorado Springs. Pittsburg Changes To Dial System PITTSBURG, Kas. (AP)-Pittsburg and nearby Frontenac changed over from manual to dial telephones yesterday. M. H. Helmick, manager of the Pittsburg office of th6 Southwestern Bell Telephone Co., said about 7,200 telephones will work out of the new exchange building. All numbers have the exchange prefix of Adams 1. The Pittsburg exchange also provides direct distance dialing. slill 120 in Now York City. And they serve two million customers a year. Ever wonder why people talk so .oud at a cocktail party? Dr. Carl- Ion Fredericks, a nutritionist, says Lhe reason is simple—alcohol temporarily impairs the hearing. The sad truth: "When a modern husband comes home," says singer Dorothy Shay, "he no long er asks, what's cooking?' he asks, 'what's thawing? Five physicians were among the signers of the U.S. Declaration of Independence. But why not? After all it was a prescription — the greatest prescription for human freedom ever written. A survey showed most husbands would rather do the family shopping than wash the dishes. So what? So would most wives. Smart hostesses in Turkey during the mid - nineteenth century had an unusual way of lighting their evening garden parties. They let loose wandering tortoises bearing candels on their shells. Geographical tidbit: You can win money betting that the Pa cific Ocean stretches as far East as New York City—at the Pana ma Canal. Radios as small as sugar cube? can be rcnlcd for as lilllc as a year. Why not but an Island and ound your own empire? No wonder most people seem nore brawny than brainy. The average niHii has about fi6 pounds f muscle, but less than four pounds of brains. ./ It was Ambrose Blcrcc who ob served, "woman would bc more harming if one could fall into icr arms without falling into her lands." Lutre-Creme LOTION SHAMPOO Reg. 60c each 2 For 99C KRAMER DRUG STORE 134 8. Main CH 2-205F Discoverer II May Be On Way Down LOS ANGELES (AP) - Discoverer II is on the way down. It may have already perished, according to an Air Force spokesman, He said the shape of the satellite's orbit indicated it would burn up in the atmosphere bcv twcen 7 a.m. EST today and 10 a.m. EST Tuesday. Discoverer II was fired into a po'ar orbit April 13 from Vanden berg Air Force Bnso, 160 miles north of hero. It ejected Its nose cnpsulo over the arctic. The cone is still being sought. Each orbit has been bringing the satellite closer to the altitude where the friction of thicker air will burn it up. Sunday night it was 160 miles from the earth at its closest point. Russia Warns Norway About NATO Bases MOSCOW (AP) - Russia has', svarncd Norway her decision, to build new NATO munitions dumps and bomber bases on Norwegian soil is not "In the clear Interests of peace." Soviet Foreign Minister .Andrei Gromyko handed the Soviet protest note to Ambassador B. II. Ounderson. It complained partlc- tilarly nfialnst the building of dumps for joint use with West Germany. The Soviet nolc warned that It did not help matters for Norway to prepare n bridgehead for West German forces. The OTTAWA HtCRALD Monday, April 20, W09 A-d /HURRAH ^ [it's spring \ again GREAT TIME FOR A NEW KODAK CAMERA If worried by "BU<ld«r W«»knm" (Got- tint UP Ntithu or Bid WeUIn*. too fr«. quint, burnlnt or Hohlni urltutloni, Secondary Diokiohc »nd tf«rvouin«*«, or fltron* Smelline, Cloudy Urine. du« to common Kidney *nd Bladder IrrlU lions, try OV8TEX for nulclc Jielp. 8i\f« for /oune mid old. 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