Athens Sunday Messenger in Athens, Ohio
29 Dec 1968

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29 Dec 1968

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Athens Sunday Messenger (Newspaper) - December 29, 1968, Athens, Ohio Page 18 a the messenger ate. Ohio sunday. Dec. 29,1968_ Flimsy nightgowns make Good dish rags by Heloise Rise dear gals know those Flimsy Nylon nightgowns that have an Over skirt of filmy stuff when they Wear out. Done to throw one piece of it away. Cut it off and use it in Hie Bathtub or Shower for bathing. Fantastic. And gals does it Ever scrub wonderful for dih rags. Fantastic for cleaning sinks and bathtubs. Does t sour or smell because ifs easily rinsed out. So there a that Nylon net again. And this time ifs All free. Heloise p. S. With the Flimsy snagged. A cause he eventually uses it for most of us have our own routine bathing. Of sending and receiving Greet mrs. R. E. Kingly cards. I place All the cards i receive dear Heloise m a file. Then periodically in be found that you have to t h r o u g h the year especially handle All belts with care when my spirits Are lows i get i do each by hand in sudsy was out these cards read their rooster and just strip the water out sages and think of the Nice with my thumb and forefinger. He it pie who sent them Lins and trip again j Jinty to be a very Good when dry i press them on them Rale material Side. Mrs. M. A. B. Dear Heloise i needed a Small clothes hamper just for slips gowns and stockings things that Are sup after All a a Happy new year wish refers to every Day in the new year and not just the first Day. Jack b. Evett top part Cut off you la be or posed to be washed by hand prised to find the heavy under i saved a Large family size part in excellent condition and washing powder Box. One that practically a new Nightgown. Has a handle on the top. Cut the top on Only three sides leaving a Flap with handle and covered the Box and top with gift wrapping paper using glue. It looks Nice and is just dear Heloise i have a suggestion to make for a Rainy Day game for Young children. Bubble Bath soap comes in the i right size yes Jack there a nothing like Good friends. And As we get older. We cherish them More and More. Heloise flew Arriva i i Here n there or. And mrs. Eugene lignin a it a t. Richland St. Lair Smith Middleport Are announce j Philadelphia spent Christmas ing the birth of a son dec. 24 at with his parents or and mrs. Holzer medical Center. The baby has been named Mark Randell or. And mrs. Smith have three other children. Tim. John and Cindy. Grandparents or. And mrs. Lincoln Smith Middleport or. And mrs. Wil Ham f. Smith Bradbury. Great grandparents include or. And mrs Harry Durst. Middleport and mrs. Olympia Fabre of Chi Cago 111. Or. And mrs. Warren t. Turnbull of Lancaster Are announcing the birth of their first child a son named Donald Wilson on dec. 16 in Lancaster Fairfield Hospital. Mrs. Turnbull is the tonner to Lynn Buck. Grand parents Are or. And mrs. Don Ald Turnbull of Lancaster and or. And mrs. Wilson Buck of Athens. T. R. St. Clair of Pomeroy Road John in Newcomb spending the holidays with his parents or. And mrs John f. Newcomb Mulligan Road he is a graduate student at the University of Texas in Austin. Or. And mrs. Homer Brown returned Home after a Holiday visit with mrs. Browne a son and daughter in Law or. And mrs. Willard Brown of Springfield. The Homer Browns who live at 66 Franklin ave., also visited the ski Iii Lodge near Urbana. Miss Joy Cooley has arrived from Hilo Hawaii to spend the holidays with her parents or. And mrs. Stanley Cooley Athens route 4. And her Sisters mrs. Claude Kantner peach Ridge Road and mrs. Fra Quot Goebel Coolville. Miss Cooley will return to Hilo after the holidays to resume her Job As a school lib Arian Washburn travel Center i airline hotels Tours steamship y ,. travel insurance car rental resorts cruises phone j93-80vi 24 South court str a Lois Washburn Marcio Hynus Martha St. Clairj8. A 4 a 4 dear Heloise i love swapping ideas and the your column is such a Boon to my Large family shape of a variety of characters. I these Are also Good for Chil j Here Are a few ideas in re-1 found that my four year old Drens soiled clothes. Turn grandson loves a Bowling them Doris bean using a ten cent plastic Ball As a Bowling Ball. It does no to waste the soap dear Heloise each year at Christmas time extract in Beauty salons to s. Court 593-7749 a Nel pm 3 Sonville 2706 Ever try Orange chocolate frosting or grinding equal amounts of peanuts and Graham crackers to Sprinkle on top of cake icing or crushed dry Cereal As a substitute fur nuts in cookies a n d one my youngsters love Cocoa and Vanilla in White Farina Cereal Alice Heib october wedding planned or. And mrs. Robert k. Dinsmoor of new Marshfield Are announcing the engagement of their daughter Rita Ann to Harold d. Hale son of mrs. Louise Hale of Oil Dale Calif., and or. George m. Hale of Garden Grove Calif. Miss Dinsmoor a 1964 graduate of Waterloo High school new Marshfield and Humboldt inst., Minneapolis minn., is now employed As a supervisor for the municipal Lien service inc., Santa Ana Calif. Her Fiance attended Bolsa Grande High school Garden Grove and is now employed by Kerr Glass co. In Santa Ana. An october wedding is planned. Favorite recipe tax celebrating style we will Swap with you anytime Alice. Heloise shampoo Cut and style $4.50 get ready fur the gala new ear it festivities with a hairstyle that gives you the Happy new curly look. 15.oo cold w Are 895 a Athens Plaza Salon open 9 to 9 monday through Friday saturday 9 to 5 30 # phone 592-2033 ample free parking at Athens Plaza no appointment necessary dear Heloise of you have a fancy dusting pow Der Container but have used All the pow Der done to throw it away. Buy a can of baby Talcum powder turn it upside Down remove the Bottom plate with a bottle opener and pour the contents into the pretty Container. Its that easy mrs. Morris rein club news the Coolville women a auxiliary held its Mal Christmas party at the firehouse with a Buffet style dinner and gift Exchange. Officers were installer in eluding mrs. Dwight Welsh president mrs. Joe Owens vice president mrs. Dennis Creeger Secretary mrs. Gilford Rowley treasurer. Mrs. John Coen news reporter and mrs. Richard Linton historian. The following Day a party was g in at the firehouse for fire men and the auxiliary members i children. By Margaret Davis guest recipe editor Many persons have requested pm the sour Cream Coffee cake recipe served at Baker Center. This Coffee cake can be made ahead and Frozen. It is one of my favorite Coffee cake recipes. Sold Cream Coffee cake 1 cup butter 2 cups plus 4 Teaspoons sugar 2 eggs 1 cup sour Cream Teaspoon Vanilla extract 2 cups flour i Teaspoon baking powder 4 Teaspoon Salt i cup chopped pecans i Teaspoon cinnamon method preheat oven to 3.t0 degrees. Cream Blitter and add two cups of the sugar gradually beat until very Light and Fluffy. Beat in eggs one at a time. Fold in Cream and Vanilla. Fold in the flour sifted with the baking powder and Salt. Combine remaining sugar pecans and cinnamon. Place about one third of the Batter in a Well greased and floured tubed pan. Sprinkle with three fourths of the Pecan mixture. Spoon in the remaining Batter. Sprinkle with remaining pecans and bake about fit minutes or until done. Cool on a rack. We also served a Yogurt of fee cake at the Center. This recipe will be published at another time. Extra value Days pre inventory natural1zer special selected Stock to $18.99 shoe store of South court Street Tahr f a from 8 30 . To 2 30 . Live entertainment Quot the blondes a now h a sep it 4 the brass Quot 7593006 i piece oui Bond Buffet dinner and our traditional Midnight 1 Surprise serving Only per person a a f 1 included Patrick a Steak House party favors for All jus Odri 33 of Ipoh vice Calendar monday Albany order of Eastern Star officers practice 7 . Wednesday Nannie Ullom Rebekah Lodge 7 30 . In Igoe Hall. Thursday Canaanville a pcs at Church 7 30 . Albany order of Eastern Star initiation officers Wear formals 7 30 . Athens Grange 7 30 ., Grange Hall potluck dinner program by Young people. Christian women a Fellowship first Christian Church executive session at 1 30 ., general meeting at 2 p a Erie Bridgewater speaker. To crack a Coconut before opening a Coconut a1 ways a get an ice pick to Pierce three depressions at one end of the nut Drain out the milk. Put the nut in. A moderate oven for about half an hour and Cool this Way it will be easiest to open though you la still have to use a Hammer. Skim off foam when you Are making Cranberry sauce be sure to skim the foam from the top after cooking. Sprous and chestnuts for a delicious vegetable dish team cooked Brussels sprouts with White sauce and roasted chestnuts. We re sending you All our Best wishes for the new year. Our thanks pleasure of serving you this past Sale reduced prices it it i end of the month a end of the year Quot pre inventory Quot Coats knits dresses costumes Quot sportswear Quot sweaters skirts pants Quot car Coats Quot watch our ads for 69 savings on Fine furniture for your Home a a a Vance Leach ail sales Pinal millinery v2 Price no approvals or exchanges furniture in Witt stat Straat opposite the Gas be in Athens Ohi

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