Page 5 of 25 Nov 1970 Issue of Bradford Era in Bradford, Pennsylvania

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Bradford Era (Newspaper) - November 25, 1970, Bradford, Pennsylvania Happy thanksgiving members of Custer City Brownie troop 70 brought thanksgiving cheer to residents of the Hannum Home tuesday afternoon. They entertained with songs readings and poems and passed out favors and cards made by the troop. Shelly Crissman portraying a Pilgrim girl left and Nan Nelson a Pilgrim boy present a thanksgiving favor to mrs. Bertha Moore a resident. Troop leaders Are mrs. Wayne Crissman and mrs. Ronald Thumpston. Photo by fasnacht minis in olde dear Heloise one of your readers recently asked How to launder a Long line Bra with stays. She was advised to soak it and use a soft Brush. Heloise in a ashamed of you in be worn a Snow White Long line Back Corset with stays for fifteen years and i owe it All to your famous Nylon net balls. A bit of soaking and slight Massage with one of these a a gems does wonders. Try it mrs. N. E. Shug you Are As right As rain when the drought comes. Look who forgot Nylon net. Little old me that a who Heloise this lace blends in with the lace trim and it looks real me. Amell Denton letter of laughter dear Heloise in be found the easiest Way to reduce. Just sit and worry a couple of Days about everyone you can think of. Then take a few More Days and worry about How you Are going to catch up with your housework. Sure makes you Scurry around this Way you get your jogging bending Over and stretching exercise All at one time housewife Quot a s. Dear Heloise today it took me Only an hour to prepare six quarts of bread dressing and Cut up my celery and Carrot Sticks for thanksgiving dinner. I used my electric knife to cube the bread and Dice the celery and onion. the celery intact starting to slice at the top and continue to the end. The whole Bunch was Cut in seconds and to think for three years in be used my electric knife Only to slice meat and bread. Betty Johnson dear Heloise when you find one of those rare a a sales on eggs it is a big time Saver to Bod about a dozen to have on hand when you need hard cooked eggs in a hurry. Lou Unger Well it certainly takes an a a eggheads to come up with a Bright idea like yours. Dozens and dozens of thanks Gal. Heloise Augusta is the capital of Maine. Dear Heloise Here is a tip that actually doubles the life of a pair of household rubber gloves. I push a cosmetic Cotton Ball into the tips of the fingers. Keeps my fingernails from pushing through. Pauline graduate Anna Maria Huss daughter of mrs. Louis j. Huss of 496 e. Main st., and the late or. Huss was graduated saturday from the University of Pennsylvania school of nursing in Philadelphia. She has accepted a position at the University Hospital. Miss Huss is a 1967 graduate of Bradford Central Christian High school. Lake poets England a Lake poets were William Wodsworth Samuel Taylor Coleridge and Robert Southey. They never believe she a a Diplomat Johannesburg South Africa apr to look at her you say she was a Diplomat. Vivacious attractive or. Eleanor Linsmayer 30, ii Johannesburg a German Consul and one of Only two woman diplomats holding that rank in South Africa. It becomes easier to believe when you speak to her. The slender dark haired Young woman with Blue Green eyes has intelligence and ability As Well As looks and Southern German Charm. She holds a doctorate in Law from the University in her Home City Munich where her widowed Mother still lives. A but done to Call me doctor please. It sounds like a dentist or something a she smiled. She was posted Here from Tokyo where she was Consul for three years after being stationed in Edinburgh Scotland. In her six years As a Diplomat she has travelled All Over the continent Britain and the far East and Speaks German English French italian and some japanese. Next she would like to go to Israel. It was in Japan she said that her Job landed her in one of the most memorable situations she has been in. Fighting broke out among sailors aboard a German ship in Tokyo Harbor and the German Consul was called in to mediate. A a in a the Consul a or. Linsmayer told a ships officer. A and in a the Queen of England a the impatient officer snapped. A besides Young girls done to belong on Board this ship. The men Are making a lot of when she insisted on staying the officer grabbed her and locked her up in a Cabin. He telephoned the German consulate reported he had locked up a troublesome German girl and demanded to know when the Consul would arrive. A you have just locked up the Consul a they told him. He spent 20 minutes apologizing to her. Among her mementos of Japan is an order of the sacred heart Given her by the emperor. Japan thought her one thing she said. A i Learnt to wait on men and spoil them because that is expected of women in or. Linsmayer who is unmarried said she chose the diplomatic service for its variety a press culture economics politics they All come into the Bradford a Era wednesday nov. 25, 1970�?5 please note for Complete coverage the wedding form and picture if any must reach the Era office at least 48 hours before the ceremony. This pertains to both Loco and out of town weddings. Dear Heloise i have had trouble keeping chair pads on my chairs. They were always slipping around and the ties were always breaking off. I solved this by cutting two foam rubber backed place Mats in half and sewing one half to each of my four chair pads on the under Side. Now no More slipping a the pads Are held firmly in place. Mrs. E. R. Dear Heloise last week i made a discovery that i am real proud of and thanks to that new a a stretchable Hemming lace i was mending my half slips and the net in the trim had come Loose from the hem. So i Laid some stretchable lace underneath the slip and zigzagged one Edge of it to the slip and the other Edge to the lace. Faithful sends boxes to servicemen boxes were packed and sent to 15 service men by the faithful sunday school class of Hill memorial United methodist Church at the monday evening meeting in the Fellowship room of the Church. Seventeen were present. Miss Ruby Platte bad devotions on the theme a gratitude for things of a special musical number a in times like these was presented and a vocal duet a the voice by mrs. Isabel Nelson. Mrs. Agnes Tibbitts and mrs. Betty Potts were on the luncheon committee. Join our 1971 Christmas club come in. Select your club class. Start saving now for next Christmas. Bradford National Bank Bradford Penn Sylvania member Federal Deposit insurance corporation in it a a pc. C. Infants fully lined Snow boots j99 sturdy rubber soles and uppers easy on snap closing infants sizes 4 to 9. D. Children s insulated storm boots 29 Over the shoe styling wipe clean uppers snug elastic Fastener. Sizes 6-12, 13-3. E. Girls Thermo insulated Winter boots 329 folded manmade uppers Snow exclude cuff or warm her Culong pile. 6-12, 13.3. I of h. Men s amp boys zippered rubber Arctic i. Men s fully lined 5-buckle Arctic i men s pile lined insulated pics 3 99 6 99 7 99 easy on front Zipper protective gusset. Fully Waterproof. Boys six 11-2, 3-6 men s 7-ix is Waterproof rubber nonskid sole Moc Vamp style sizes 8 to 13, lined fully for Comfort. Waterproof rubber uppers non skid folded crepe sole steel Shank. Sizes 7 to 12. Route 17 a East of Olean n. Y. A open 10 00 am to 10 00 pm

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