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Lima News, The (Newspaper) - March 3, 1960, Lima, OhioSure cubes dear readers the inflow stiff letters came in response to the letter from Eri lausted Mother whose my 11 and 14, Wor their Beds. I received him is 01 letters Llora Raedts everywhere. Each assured it that his method worked. Naturally i Etc t vouch for any of these suggestions give them to you for what they May be Worth. Abby stretching Werab huty Urbana Fol. Up girdles containing rubber Wear longer if washed every time they re worn a University of Illinois Home economist advises. She cited re cent tests indicating that rubber fibres need More frequent Lawn Dering than synthetics. The tests indicated that allowing body oils and perspiration to remain in rubber causes More damage than frequent laundering. Inherited tastes Chicago in every part of the country still favor the cuts and varieties of meat preferred by their grand parents the National association of retail grocers reports. An article in the association s bul Letin reported a preference for ring Bologna from Oklahoma City to Detroit for cold cuts from Eastern Pennsylvania to Milwaukee for veal in new Orleans and. For heavy aged beef in new England. A Bath before dinner often school Day tension children in Nursery Lane Mary Ruth Circle of Wesley methodist Church held a Chil Dren s style show in Whittier school auditorium. Children from toddlers through size 14 modelled fashions provided by Westgate s kiddie shop. Among the models were Linda Schaffer Marcia Latimar and Rhonda Parrish shown above from left to right. Floral Garden club plans future events mrs. Howard Saddler assist by mrs. W. E. Arthur was bos Ess to fifteen members of the Floral Garden club on tuesday afternoon in her Home at 73 Ewing. Red lettuce Jade Cross Bra Sels sprouts and the Hawaii Ros were some of the new vegetable and Flowers for 1900 mat wer mentioned i the Roll Call mrs. L. D. Taflinger preside for the business meeting. She announced that the regional Mee ing for District 2, Oage Wool be held on March at 9 . I the Clemans building. Mrs. Sai Noble will represent the club a save with these Hymy Lor paces .2 in. Pkg. For 49c fruit mix Sandwich cookies fresh picnic style pork roast Kroger vac Pac 67c hostess and mrs. Orval Beeter will make an arrangement. Members voted to Send weds to new life farm in Michigan and to make a Spring planting of a Magnolia tree and shrubs at the Lima convalescent Home. A workshop at the april meeting will be held to make easter dec orations for the Allen county Home and the children s Home. Mrs. Taflinger made the follow ing committee appointments nominating mrs. Ewon most mrs. R Ray Nelson and mrs. Frank Devilbiss Spring miniature Flower show mrs. Harry Vangunten mrs. Carl Downing and mrs. A. M. Gantz and rummage Sale s. R. Steele who stated mat the Sale would be held on March 18 at s 116 e. Spring. Beeter. Alka county Oage chairman announced that the county meeting would be held on april. 20 in the Shawnee elementary cafeteria. Mrs. Taflinger talked on new seeds and plants for i960" and mrs. Vangunten gave a Demon stration on forced branches. She made an arrangement using for Sythia Calla lilies chinese urine and Ceramic turtles a White and Green mottled vase on a Mack base. Mrs. Saddler reminded Mem in that for the month of March in your Garden you should press into place any Small perennials mat have been heaved by Frost prune summer Blooming vines dear Abby my daughter wet her bed until i thought i would go out of my mind. A Friend of mine told me to give her Nickel Box of raisins every night before she went to bed. I did and be Lieve for not it worked like magic. Mrs. K. Honolulu Hawaii dear Abby a retired army officer told my husband about this suns cure for bed Wetters. Sew a wooden Block in the Back of their pyjamas so they can t sleep on their backs. I Don t know Why it works but h does. A. D. Stroudsburg a dear Abby our son wet the bed every night until be weighed More than his father. Neither of us could carry him so we walked him to the three hours. Our doctor advised us to Cut off his liquids after four o clock in the afternoon and give him a Little Honey before bed time. It cured him. Mrs t. Hillsborough Calif dear Abby for Sakes have exhausted Mother look through the catalogues for one of those electric devices there on the mar Ket that rings a Bell and Awak ens the child at just the right moment. It worked with mine. Much happier now Boston mass dear Abby i suppose mis will sound like voodoo but if that Mother realty wants to help her Beys get Over bed wetting Tell her to try this recipe an old in Dian woman gave my grandmother boil up Magnolia blossoms with swamp Root and chestnuts. Strain through a cheesecloth and drink the juice. Mrs. N. B. Wahoo neb dear Abby when i read about that poor lady whose boys still wet the bed at their Ages my heart went Cut to her. My son had the same trouble until he was about 15 and believe me it was no joke. A neighbor of mine told me to raise the foot of his bed about six inches. It had something to do. With pressure on the bladder. Anyway i followed her advice and it worked. Tell mat lady about it please. D. H. So Louis to and any climbing roses that wer not piqued after they loonie Sfa tit Plant new Toses who soil becomes workable Chi heavy Winter Mufleh into anal Ann Jei finial clumps and keep to Lap or other Windbreak protect a new evergreens until apr Nowers replace March in adv mrs. Vangunten received Tea Flower Fraad award. The april will be held in the Hui of mrs. Gantz 8h n. Nixon. Friday saturday specials Black Walnut cake Dee Lic ious Raspberry pineapple honeymoon doughnuts 60c per Doz. Open nrresthj.9 win s pastries Coll Ca for order. Westgate shopping Center new Cal organized in Shawnee the Shawnee child Tion league of Ohio was organized on monday evening in the borne of mrs. Did Wagner it 4, Cri Denville bringing die number of leagues in Una to 1c. Mrs Robert. Buchanan Lama federation die organization its doties and purpose strafing that it is a privilege and a to be a we believe in state slogan a Chad Well guided today to Morrow a Fol guide Well following the ejection of of cers an impressive Cand Kunt my in Ranado us Vajk was con by the Nuu Ciu president in. Robert Foust of of lpns. Mrs. David Wagner was elected of the new league mrs. Neil Anen. Viot president mrs. Ned Bush Secretary in. Jade Bales of responding tary and mrs. Emil Chiles treasurer. In. David Dillon was organza to the sponsoring league. Town and country. Mrs. E. 1. Weis or. And mrs. Chard Zon. They an d plans far a special meet ing to be Neu on match ii in n. Miss Safly Bomberger. Am Syndor from Uma this year will How her a ftps on Italy. Meetings we he hold Tot wednesday of each month Ming april the april i meeting Wib be Andy of the hand Book and a Fol be heu at i . A Home of mrs. Ken Neth Clemens 2112 Britt members of me new league will be mrs. David Wagner mrs. Neil Aden in. Ned Boh in. Jack Bales. Mrs. Emil Oles in mrs. David Lytle in. Bad Marshall in. James Coats mrs. Werner sonatas and mrs. Pm Emu nurses alumnae Over 40 members and guests attended the memorial nurses alumnae association dinner meeting held tuesday evening at the Blue Peak restaurant. Standing left to right Are mrs. Robert Smith 1st vice president and program chairman and miss Beverly Martin of the program committee. Seated Are mrs. Donald Williams who reviewed the Book the Complete Way of for the program and mrs. Roland Stemen on the right who is president of the organization. I some people use screens or bookcases As room dividers. Oth ers achieve unusual effects with softly draped fabrics. If you be Long to the latter school or would join the class Here s a homemaking tip make that fabric divider a washable one that Way housecleaning will be a snap instead of an explosion. With soap or detergent suds you can Wash new life into the decor of your room. Furthermore if the fabric is a modern syn thetic chances Are no ironing will be necessary. Washable Bowling outfits Are pretty and practical. To Ituna twi 13 thurs., March 3, household those Little Marine animals ohm de Porifira better known to m. As Spong st Are bucking stiff Competition from synthetic these Days. Take tha Copal poly sponge for example. Though its Structure is artificial it s natural for personal and Home purposes. It can be used with any soap or detergent and is impervious even. To bleaches chemicals and boiling water. What s More this artificial sponge will retain its natural of shape whether wet or dry has no 1 odor will wipe dry after thorough c wringing and is always soft. Comes in five sizes and in natural and assorted colors. Feb Rivera Ware Why pay More Coffee Wise economize Folger s Coffee in the Sti on new 10-oz. Jar Piont coff saw Intro Duons instant Imp Jarl buy now and saved Here s big Coffee pleasure. Big Coffee Vitae. Big Coffee savings for Yon now you can get ten full ounces of Richer More flavorful instant Folger s Coffee at the special Safe Price of offi so took for the big new 10-ounce Jar with the Bright yellow Flag at your grocer s today and have Money As you discover Lor gives you More of the flavor Job drink Coffee far

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