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Bradford Era (Newspaper) - July 16, 1966, Bradford, Pennsylvania Mints. From Helosie by Heloise Cruse dear folks the plight of pills on stretch pants has been further solved. And i hesitate to Tell you How a or even mention the word again but so help me it was. Nylon net wet. Even when i sent my stretch Slacks to the cleaners they came Back with those awful looking pills on them. After trying to shave Mem off with a safety razor and not having too much patience that Dayi took them to the Kitchen dra inboard and wet a wrinkled up piece of net. And rubbed away. The holes in the net a a grabbed the tiny pills and pulled them off. The water held them in the net. Another awful Job Over quickly. Here a something else i did i was so tired of baggy Knees that i whacked off the legs of my stretch Slacks and made Bermuda shorts. Trying to save on my cleaning missionary to speak at Church Camp miss Kathryn Ruth Smith a missionary nurse to portuguese East Africa will be guest speaker at the Kane Camp of free methodist Church at 2 30 . Sunday. Miss Smith has been a missionary under the general missionary Board of the free methodist Church since her appointment to portuguese East Africa in 1947. The missionary along with other medical missionaries have Given Aid to people admitted at the Nha Loi Hospital located in massing during the past year. She is a nursing supervisor and in addition to her duties in the operation of a nurses training school she devotes Many hours to the writing of nursing textbooks. The speaker who is a graduate of the Henry Ford Hospital school of nursing. Detroit Mich and attended both the Seattle Pacific College and the Asbury theological Seminary will report on the growth of the Church in portuguese East Africa. Bill i washed the shorts carefully in lukewarm detergent suds As one would Wash a Wool sweater and rinsed them Well. I then Laid them on a Towel to dry and a a blocked them. Great. I wont Tell you to do your Good Slacks this Way. However if they Are a lost cause anyway and if you dislike your Slacks As much As i did mine Why not save a cleaning Bill get rid of baggy Knees and save your tempers Heloise dear Heloise i buy White pillowcases and open the Side seam to about one or two inches above the hem. I sew three or four rows of coloured thread using my Zig Zag stitch making a Border around the hem. Then i sew up the seam again. My pillowcases match the color scheme of the room blankets and drapes. It also saves the time of embroidering and i can use the pillowcases on both sides. Mrs. H. H. Letter of laughter dear Heloise some of the things i read in your column sound crazy. But they work e. B. M. Love always will find a Way the Bradford a Era saturday july 16, 1966�?5 dear Abby our son who served with the Marine corps in Viet Nam came Home last month. As you can imagine Don was pretty Well tuckered out so he just sat around the House resting and getting use to civilian life again. He also taught our parakeet How to swear. Now fun is fun but you should hear what he taught that Bird to say what if the preacher drops in one sunday afternoon done smother dear Mother get another parakeet and teach it How to Pray for the one that swears. Ann Marie Pascale dear Heloise i have arthritis of the spine and can to Bend Over. So when i have Low places to dust i put a Wool sock on my right foot and can easily dust them without bending Irma Wilson dear Heloise copy or paste favorite recipes in a stenographers notebook the pages flip easily and when the notebook is opened it stands upright making Reading of the recipe easy. Both sides of the pages May be used. I made separate sections for each Type of food leaving a few Blank pages at the end of each for additional recipes i indexed each Section to show its contents. When planning meals for the week i can sit Down with my notebook of recipes and quickly get ideas. Mrs. J. J. Mashes Hospital volunteers monday am Atte Kelt. Mrs Jack Mcclat Rhagoo pm mrs. Elwood i. Mrs Loranca Man mph Tua Aday. A in a mrs. Edward apr near. Mrs la Rey Hawiar pm mrs Earl Gart Watta. Mrs Hor Bart Williams Wadna Aday am a Grace Knerr. Mrs v j Richmond pm. A mrs rapier. Mrs Harry Avian thursday a in a mrs Mary Snow. Mrs palls Fader pm. A Hazel Johnson. Mrs David Cornea Friday a in a mrs. Leroy Erickson. Mrs Ralph Evant pm a mrs. R p. Or Kindry. Mrs. Donald Fox mrs Samuel Giles saturday a mrs mopier mrs Paul w Kroon. Gertrude Eisenman gift shop evenings a mrs. Doris Allen. Mrs Grace Kelts. Mrs Irater Edwards. Mrs Sadie Rosa Laky mrs. Carl Swanson. Mrs r w Crawley baby Honor Roll a mrs Donald a Ive i Man gift cart a mrs Crawley mrs w m. By Ineski. Candy stripers Book cart a mrs Charles w Griffith Candy stripers snack bar evenings a members of Catholic women club. Dear Heloise from time to time it seems we have an electrical blackout. The first time i was without candles or any other kind of Light to avoid another such incident i now keep a couple of candles in the refrigerator a not Only to prevent them from melting but to know instantly where the find them if another blackout occurs. Doris h. Who wed in California or. And mrs. Louis j. Pascale of 96 interstate Parkway have announced the engagement of their daughter Ann Marie to Navy it. John Thomas Kavanaugh. Son of or. And mrs. Thomas a. Kavanaugh of Elmhurst Illinois. Miss Pascale a 1962 graduate of St. Bernard school is employed As a Secretary at Curtis amp Tompkins ltd., san Francisco Calif. Her Fiance an alumni of i it Ewis College in Lockport Illinois holds a Bachelor of science degree and is serving As Fleet service officer at the naval Supply Center Oakland Colin the wedding is scheduled for september 24 at san Francisco Calif. Luxury for linens f c nit for.,hat in the picnic to be held by the veterans of world War i sunday has been cancelled until further notice. A regular meeting will be held aug. 15. Dear Abby what do you think of parents who have decided to Call it quits after 51 years of marriage they have four married children thirteen grandchildren and three great grandchildren. They were never exactly lovebirds but it never came to a real separation before. I am their eldest daughter and mama called me and told me to come and get her As papa moved to a Motel and she Wasny to going to stay in the House alone. Its been three Days and papa is still holed up in the Motel. My oldest brother called papa and asked what he should Tell the people. Papa said. A Tell them in be entered my second childhood and i have the measles a then he slammed Down the Telephone. What should we Tell people and How can we get them Back together embarrassed dear embarrassed papa s explanation will do. Tell them nothing. A a love will find a Way. Dear Heloise i save the mesh bags oranges come in. Throughout the year i save the games toys puzzles and Surprise that come in cereals and put them in the bags. These make great gifts for a sick child. Grandmother baking yams wrap yams with foil and bake in hot coals for an hour or so. The hams will taste Good with Ham slices that Are being grilled Over the charcoal fire. The ladies auxiliary of the Corydon township Volunteer fire department set thursday night As a Date for the regular meeting. Mrs. Ruth Cobb president conducted the Short business meeting and plans for the a fall projects were discussed. Refreshments were served by the hostesses mrs Jean Cobb and mrs. Cobb. Era crossword Puzzle be proud to show your linens a embroider bouquets and garlands in Gay colors. You add Trousseau luxury to towels cases scarfs with this embroidery plus a bit of cutwork. Pattern 649 ten 5x6 to 3x1034 Inch motifs. Thirty five cant in coins for each pattern a add 15 cents for each pattern for first class mailing and special handling. Send to Laura Wheeler the Bradford Era 23 needlecraft dept., Box 161, old Chelsea station new York n. Y. 10011, print pattern number Nam address zip. Needlecraft spectacular a 200 designs. 3 free patterns in new i 1966 needlecraft Catalon. Knit Crochet garments slippers hats toys linens. Send 25c. New 12 remarkable american quilts a duplicate them exactly from Complete patterns in color in new museum quilt Book 2. Mainly 2, 3 patches. Quilting motifs. 50c. Send also for quilt Book a 16 Complete patterns. 50c. Shower circa Bride elect Mary Agnes Dawley was honoured at a miscellaneous Shower Given by mrs. Delores Onuffer and miss Dorothy Yernberg thursday night at the Bride elect s Home at Custer City. There were 15 persons at the party for miss Dawley who is to become the Bride of William Crane aug. 6 at our Mother of perpetual help Church in Lewis run. Dear Abby i was born 35 years ago in a midwestern state at a Home for unwed mothers. As an infant i was adopted by a wonderful couple and we moved away. This fall my husband and i Are planning a Vaca local club will tour High St. Plant members of the desk and Derrick club will be conducted on a tour of the Halliburton co. Plant located on High St. Ext. By the firms District Engineer Leonard Brigger wednesday. The group after viewing various pieces of equipment used in cementing and Hydro racing operations at Oil and Gas Wells will proceed to the Valley Hunt club for a Buffet dinner to be held outside weather permitting. Or. Brigger who will be guest speaker at the dinner is a native of the Bradford area and received his Bachelor of science degree in Petroleum and natural Gas engineering from Pennsylvania state University. Informal dress will be permitted and members will be allowed use of the swimming Pool before the 7 . Program. Tion to the Midwest and find we will be near the City of my birth. My adoptive parents have both passed away but my real Mother is still living. I have full information on How to reach Ber. Being a woman i am naturally curious. I have not decided whether i would meet her face to face and identify myself or whether i would arrange to meet her without letting her know who i was. Or should i just forget the whole thing i have no intention of intruding on her life or causing her any unhappiness or embarrassment. Perhaps you or one of your readers who have experienced something like this can help me decide. Just curious dear curious of you sincerely wish to cause your real Mother no unhappiness or embarrassment i advise you to forget the whole thing. It would hardly be Worth the risk to merely satisfy your curiosity Westley Circle a gives program at sri picnic a program was presented by members of the Westley Circle entitled a ministry to appalachian at the women a society of world service meeting held at the Home of mrs. Ethel Marsh and mrs. Richard Sharpe of Arcadia on thursday night and a family Tureen picnic was enjoyed. The group of the evangelical United Brethren Church viewed a movie based on the theme of Appalachia and mrs. Marie Chase played selections on the Vibra Harp. Mrs. Joan Scott president announced the following coming events Box luncheon september annual birthday party and election of officers for october and family night party for december it was also announced there would be a study class held on wednesday nights in november using the study Book a renewal through members of the nominating committee named were mrs. Olive Vaughn chairman mrs. Pearl Barber and mrs. Marilyn Schultz. Annual missionary Day at Findley Lake was set for july 29 and speakers listed to be present will be mrs. R. G. Feathers children a worker and missionary to the Philippines and the Rev. Donald Mcintosh. Mrs. Blanche Callahan Secretary of Christian social relations stressed the need for quilt blocks for the Navajo indians. Miss Marion Helenbrook was in charge of devotions and mrs. Ethel Marsh mrs. Marie bodes mrs. Callahan and mrs. Stella Bartholomew served As the luncheon committee. Chautauqua offerings Duke Ellington recognized As one of americans Foremost musicians will show Chautauqua audiences his Many talents when he appears wednesday and thursday in the Amphitheater. At 8 30 wednesday night or. Ellington will be soloist with the Chautauqua symphony orchestra conducted by Walter Hendl. On thursday night at the same time he will present his own famous jazz band. The entertainer excels As a composer an Arranger a pianist and a bandleader. He will be at the piano wednesday j night when the Chautauqua symphony plays his composition a new world a coming he will be guest conductor of the symphony when it performs a the Golden Broom and the Green apples and he will show his artistry As a soloist when he plays a piano thursday the orchestra will take the stage. This orchestra has been continuously Active for longer than any of its kind and is unique for the comparative stability of its personnel. Harry Carney the poll winning baritone saxophonist has been a member of the band since 1927. J Johnny Hodges the Peerless Alto saxophonist joined in 1928. Other veterans include Cootie Williams trumpet Lawrence blown trombone and jimmy1 Hamilton clarinet. Two universities have conferred honorary degrees on mr.1 Ellington. Milton College wis., made him a doctor of humanities and Wilberforce University Ohio a doctor of music. Further recognition came when a lifetime Duke Ellington scholarship was established at the Eastman school of music University of Rochester. In 1964, the mayor of new York Robert f. Wagner presented him with a plaque at Carnegie Hall for his contributions to the arts As a one of our great american he has written songs that achieved the widest kind of popularity such As a mood indigo and a a Solitude along with suites and Many Standard instrumentals. U. S. #1 potatoes 99 50 la. Bag so. Bradford fruit Market i Rose Kreinson s will close saturdays at noon during july i Chrisman 421 East main St. Pm. 362-0064 open evenings i half Price on All hats new shipment of White sweaters for girls and Young juniors kiddie Shoppe \ Bradford original life children a store 104 main St. 168-6714 stuffed lettuce to stuff an iceberg lettuce Cut out the Core and heart. Pack a soft cheese mixture into the Center of a he lettuce wrap tightly and chill thoroughly. Cut in wedges and serve As a salad with French dressing. Open All Day saturday for your shopping convenience Griffin a clothes tree open Eves. 393 e. Main St. Pm. 368-3443 marinating Steak marinate a Steak overnight in Oil. Wine vinegar and herbs Grill Over coals slice thin and serve the family Steak sandwiches for that outdoor supper. 86 main St. Carload buying saves you monay City carpet 25 e. Washington St. 368-6950 correction in error it was listed in thursdays Era miss Agnes Anderson executive Secretary of the Pennsylvania nurses association would address the District meeting at Kane july 23 instead of the Correct Date of july 28. 86 main St. Horizontal i. Map of town site 5. Weaken 8. Plum 12. Fluid Rock 13. Humor 14. Comedian Sahl 15. Portent 18. Wing 17. Russian name 18. Became Lively 20. City in Montana 22. Finish 23. Limb 24. Arouse 27. Stone engraver 32. Electrified atom 33. Twilight 34. Animal s sound 35. Repaid 38. Philippine Island 39. Before 40. Exclamation 42. Harbor sights 45. Cuddle 49. Lake 50. Place 52. Monks cowl 53. Jungle beast 54. Blackbird 55. Scottish gaelic 56. Sour 57. Algonquian Indian 58. Observed vertical 1. Drop into water 2. Disabled 3. Affirm 4. Fuel vessel 5. Swathed 6. Suffer 7. Egyptian god 8. Looking pleasant answer to yesterday s Puzzle. A v a Gams away Mode Toni Iraq Sqq animal a Cia anal sch a Aikau duo a us Ama huh Sims thu jew idl much us Iii Iii Isla Amu a raffia hit Boas Sag is Maanaoui a swum Ama in Ash Ama average time of eel Ullon 34 minutes. A 1966, King features synd., Lac 9. Tennis match 2 was 10. Algerian City 11. Heating lamp 19. Printers measure 21. Hebrew priest 24. Title 25. Pedal digit 26. Subordinate 28. Salutation 29. Stuffy 30. Steal 31. Pronoun 36. Importunate 37. Bom 38. Turns in As chips 41. Symbol for helium 42. Girdle 43. Operatic Melody 44. Health resorts 46. Ripped 47. Mislay 48. Early Garden 51. Feminine name Jamestown business College 505 w. 3rd St., Jamestown n. Y. Announces Entrance exam 9 00 . A july 19, i960 examination fee $5.00 phone 716-456-1552 victorious life crusade hear the Rudy Cerullo family of in the a a Victory Bio top salvation for the soul a Healing for the total Man prayer for the sick a family musical Talent a Rudy Cerullo timely subjects if victorious life if cod is alive if the extra Man a Pentecost at any Cost if cod answers prayer if Fields afire if the cod of miracles the Victory Bic top july 15 through july 31 nightly 7 30 .�?sunday 3 00 a 7 00 . Feist location next to Harri Emery Airport at route 346 and Dorothy Lane Rudy amp Edith Cerullo for information Contact chairman Rev. Walter Schnell 368-7664 the god of miracles lives today god still answers prayer

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