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Progress, The (Newspaper) - September 20, 1965, Clearfield, Pennsylvania PAGE TWELVE THE Mashannon September 7765 Dear Heloise To avoid grease spatters in an electric oven I place alum inum foil on top of the broiler rack cover and punch holes in it with a When broiling the grease and I have no smoke another sheet of foil can be placed in the broiler Covering rack and pan makes cleaning much Clawson this hint does work won I hope you read it and noted that Clawson punch holes in the foil with a This is very important as the grease must be able to drain or SHOP TONITE TIL 9 Do for your figure what makeup does for your face Apply a cab of delicate color and blend evenly for a smooth fitting nylon tricot Bourdon lace appliques are sprinkled ever Sizes 3038 3240 3440 in it might catch on Thats what the holes in your broiler pan are for My broiler doesnt have a rack as but has a round gadget which has per forations in it at Aft er I cover it with I just punch a hole in the foil at each one of the Heloise Dear Heloise I make school bags from dark colored hand towels for my and use print cloth to make shoulder I just fold the towel and stitch along the two then put on the shoulder straps at the two corners of the open Dear Heloise Here is a hint which other large families there are seven of us might like to use Just before we sit down to a Mom fixes a dishpan of sudsy and a deep pan of water for When we finish we take our own dishes and silver ware to the scrape and rinse the put the silver ware in the and the dishes in the dishpan of hot By the time the table is com pletely it is so easy to give the dishes and silver an other sudsing and good Mom really appreciates Judy Collins Dear Heloise On some shoe soles ana when the finish comes off and polish wont use a felt marker to restore the Be careful to push the shoe away from the so that the color doesnt get on the vv A Reader Dear Heloise For ease in watering your small potted plants Take a prescription bottle the plastic kind that druggists use for pills these heat the blade of an old paring knife on the burner of your and slice off the dosed end of the Insert this cylinder about onefourth inch into the soil of your potted and pour the water into the cyl You will have no more sloppedover planter Edith Stockstill Dear Heloise I use old linen tablecloths as Ironing board They give an incomparable finish to the ironed and last a long time better than anything one can Hilda King Features If ron want help with a household send your together with a selfaddressed en to Box The Kind of Power NeW slowAway Tools w Price EUREKA VACUUM CLEANER with Hew POWER PAK System Creates great new cleaning power NEW DUAL EXHAUSTS Boosts movement Cleans deep Fast Complete with Deluxe set of Cleaning Tools CARRIES ITS TOOLS INSIDE a LiftOut trayl EVERY HELPFUL NEW FEATURE A CLEANER CAN HAVE Eureka Selected tor UNBREAKABLE NYLON HOSE POWER ADJUSTER House of FLIP TOP LID CORD CADDY DISPOSABLE DUST BAO TOE SWITCH Good Taste New York Worlds Fair Clearfield Hospital News Blood furnished the Clear field Hospital through the Red Cross Bloodmobilc program between 1 and 19 totals 469 Pints used Saturday and Sunday Snack Bar Donors Guy Blanche Television Sue Alice Cart Alice 1965 Admissions Jefferson Cur wensville Cristina Clearifeld Omer LeContes Mills Nora Curwens ville Kathleen LeContes Mills Paul Clearfield Robert Clearfield Raymond Irvona Nancy Clearfield James Clearfield Guy Clearfield Anna Clear field Discharges Floyd Clearfield Jesse Ex pired Raphael Westover Moses Cur wcnsvillc Dewey Grampian Sheldon Clearfield Edgar Philips burg Mrs Santo Guy Woodland Aaron Curwens ville William Clear field Clifford Cur wensville Merle Woodland Lawrence Clearfield Rita Clearfield Joseph Clearfield Cynthia West Decatur Norman Mineral Springs Nathan Clear field William Clear field 1965 Admissions Barry Clear field Thomas Hillcrest Allen Curwensville George New Millport Kenneth Clear field Harold Shaffner Clear field Miss Carol Clear field Joseph Gram pian Miss Rebecca DuBois Baby Girl Hillcrest Dale Glen Richey Baby Girl Clearfield Baby Girl New Mill port Helen Clear field Mary Curwensville Edna Curwens ville Patricia Clear field Discharges Miss Betty Clear Expired Clarence Clear field Miss Carol Clearfield Roy Clear field Curwens ville Theodore Patrick Clearfield Samuel Clearfield Area Hospitals The following persons were listed in nearby hospitals over the weekend Adrian Hospital at Punxsutaw ney George Porada of Burn admitted Merril Shaffer of Maple Avenue Hospital at Du Bois Kathryn Park of Pen To Discuss first Aid Earl Hallstrom of Clear field will conduct a roundtable discussion on first aid at a meet ing of the Clearfield Centre Counties Division of Licensed Practical Nurses tomorrow at in Clearfield Junior High Room ENJOT THE GOOD TASTE OF COKE World and Barry Johnson of Clearfield are the parents of an SViounce girl born at in the Clearfield The mother is the former Linda A 1ounce daughter was born to and Thom as Yokes of Hillcrest at in the Clearfield Yokes is the former Doro thy and George Galla her of New Millport announce the birth of a 5ounce girl bora at in the Clearfield The mother is the for mer Lela and Daniel Hile of East are the parents of a girl born at in Marys Hos The mother is the former Sandra Lee daughter of and James Irwin of Clearfield Hile is the son of John Hile of Clear field and James McHenry of announce the birth of a daughter weighing 9 3 at the Corning Hospital McHenry is a former teacher in the Clear field Area His the former Paula was a reg istered nurse at the Clearfield To Meet Tomorrow The regular meeting of the Muscular Dystrophy Association will be held tomorrow at in Clearfield Junior High Room All members are urged to SeD Your Unwanted Items through A Progress Want MAYTAG WORLD LEADER IN LAUNDRY EQUIPMENT SINCE 1922 Automatic Conventional WASHERS and DRYERS WE GIVE STAMPS Why Not Buy the Best For Less TERMS of Course SPENCER HARDWARE Grampian OPEN TONITE TIL 9 SOFTIE ROBES Afterhours fashions prove you can be pretty and as relaxed as a Purrsoft fabrics so easy to care they wont take one extra moment of your leisure to Brushed Estron and button front style shift is iced with ruffles and With its own Arnel triacetate and nylon fleece shift duster with hand smocked front trimmed with a azalea or Striped cotton sleep coat is lightly comes with cotton Blue or pink with What a softie Robe of Wincama fleece Arnel tri acetate and nylon j has satin copea Also available in long lengths in the same cuddly 9 ft 4s f LARGEST STOCK OF ROBES IN TOWN
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