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Hamilton County record. (Wells, N.Y.) 189?-1947, January 16, 1947, Image 4

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OUSEHOID \m To cook m a c a r o n i or sp a g h e tti without' co n s tan t w a tching o r stir­ rin g , place i t in a colan d e r and then low er th e colander into a k e ttle of salted , boiling w a ter. F la v o r fo r th e soup an d s p ices into t e a ball h o lder t h a t in to t m a y easily be lifted out w h e n th e bro th is full-flavored. W h en ironing clothes, place sev­ e r a l d rops of cologne on yo u r iron­ ing b o a r d cover. Then a s you iron, . t h e cologne aro m a will be ab­ sorbed by h a n k ies and blouse; O a tm e a l cooked w ith m o lasses in th e w a te r m a k e s a ta s t y ce r e a l rich in iron and sav e s su g a r . To p e r k up fri rk u p fr a y e d blankets, why off th e old binding? B u y ; y a r d s of sp rig g e d sateen thhth aa tt costsostsosts bututut a fewew cemen itt ini ribbon t a t c b a f c ts a t th e dim e sto re. Ch( not rip c b “ h o o se i i co n tr a s tin g color and stitch it to give y o u r b lan k e ts new life. Spices lose s trength p a p e r co n tain e r, so err ly into a sm a ll glass ji screw top ja r . rap id ly in a p ty prom p t- j a r . U se a Shirtwaist Dress Flatters Figure 8001 i4 - 5 0 Shirtwaister A C A R E F U L L Y tailo r e d sh irt- waist dress for women in th e l a r g e r size ra n g e . Brief sleeves a r e co m fo r tab le an d p r a c t i c a l , th e d e e p e r notched co llar ad d s a flatterin g note. P a t t e r n provides sh o r t o r th r e e - q u a r t e r sleeves. You’ll find it y o u r y e a r ’roim d fav o rite. f 35 or 39-ii lusually lai! Send your order to: SEWING CIRCLE PATTERN DEPT. ”530 South WeUs St. Chicago 7, lU. Enclose 25 cents in coins for each pattern desired. Pattern No ________________ Size ____ MRSH UXITIVES URHECESSARY? MMonsFindHealthfiili?>esA Fruit Drink Gives Them All the Laxative Aid They Need Don’t form the habit of depending on harsh, griping laxatives until you’ve tried this easy, healthful way millions now'use to keep regular. 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CREOMULSION for Coughs, Chest Colds, BronchiHr TOHELP, EASEOUGHIN^, TIEHr CHEST MUSCLES MENlHOlATUMf-*^^' f(eep y^ur feet dry end warn with SOUS es weft as Heetsby ^ ^ OSuliivanA • R u b in gently-warming, soothing Ben-G ay for fast relief from m uscular soreness a n d pain. Ben-G ay con- | tains up to 2 Y 2 tim e s m o re m e& y l salicylate and ^ m enthol—famous pain-relieving agents k n o w n to every doctor—than five other w idely offered rub-ins, Insist on ientdne Ben-Gay, the o riginal B aum e Analgesique. Also for Pain due to RHEUMATISM, NEURALGIA, aod COLDS. Ask for Mild Ben-Gay for Children. m m - m&M S e n G a g Button Trimmed Dress Pares Figure Pattern No. 8114 A s W INNING a d a te d ress a s you’ll s e e is this youthful, fig­ ure-paring frock. T h ree glowing buttons top th e soft g a th e rs on bodice and hip, and th e season’s p e t cap sleeves a r e featu red . T ry it in a brilliant wool or navy or black crepe accented w ith w h ite buttons. Enclose 25 cer pattern desired. Pattern No. ____ Classified Peparinienl M ISCELLANEOUS Clock T ronble? For quick, dependable. In­ expensive repairing send clocks for esU- mate. E . A S . Clock Service, A u b u rn. M a ss. Good Potatoes Best potatoes are' firm and clean, have shallow .eyes, are free of cuts, ■decay or green spots. The type of potato selected should depend on intended use. Mealy, flaky varieties are good for baking and mashing. Waxy varieties hold their shape and are best for salads and for cream, A Requisite l^es, \ becomes a ruler. Non-Stop Helen—You like his attentions— why don’t you m a r r y him ? B e tty—Ju s t because I like h is at- t . , “ PALCO GRANULATED SO A P For fine laundering. Will work wonders in your-washing machine. • ...... 30# per lb. 110 lb. d r u m 25^ 10 lb. c a n . O R D E R F.O .B. Send check or money order to -,- PAL PRODUCTS CO. BROOKLYN 32, N. Y. ..... For re l i a b l e p r e d i c t i o n s of f , e w E n g l a n d w e a t h e r ------- . LISTEN TO “YMKEE WlTBiRMir 8:15 A.«. M o n . t h r u S a t . ★ Sponsored by LEHIGH COAL & NAVIGATION. CO. YANKEE NETWORK in NEW ENGLAND ^^e6E-^CREEN«RAino Released by Western Newspaper Union. By VIRGINIA VALE '^ I M E was when a motion pic- X ture actor was jfist an actor; very few Hollywood stacs went in for business enterprises on the side. But nowadays there’s hardly one who isn’t emulating Bing Crosby in making money earn money. Alan Ladd not long ago bought a partnership in a S a n ta M o n ica re s ta u r a n t . And Bill H o lden, while w o rking in “ D e a r R u th ,” joined A r th u r T reach e r, b a n d C a rl Hoff and radio p roducer V G. H ickox in organizing H ickox Productions, Inc., a radio tran s c r ip tio n com p a n y w h ich will lea d e r C a rl Hoff an d rad io p roduc e r Andrew G . H icko x in o rg § n izin r :ate m u s ical an d d r a m a t ic to rad io statio n s acro s s th e ry. Oh y e s —Holden alsc in v e s ted m o n e y in a helicopter ‘irig con country. O h y e s —Holden also h a s ;te d m o n e y in a helicopte r m a n - co n c e rn. Jo y c e R e y n o lds is b a c k a t W a r­ n e r B ros, afte r an eighteen-m o n ths absence from m o v ies. H e r l a s t pic- oda, then dips th nake th e m b r ittle. You’ll s e e som e ; b e s t in E r r o l F ly n n ’s “ N e v e r JOYCE REYNOLDS tu r e w a s “ J a n i e ” ; h e r n e x t one vidll be. “ T h e W a llflow er,” a com e d y , b a s e d on th e p lay of-the sam e n a m e . R o b e rt H u tto n 'will co-star. iK— Ja c k B a k e r h a s one of th e oddest jo b s in Hollywood; h e m a k e s plas­ tic b a r n a c les for all p ier, dock and w h a rf sequences • in W a rn e r B ros, film s. H e also equips houses w ith artificial icicles—shapes them by h a n d fro m cellophane an d silicate of sod a , the n dip s th e m in alcohol to m a k e ' ‘ ' ^ of his Say G o o d b y e .’ Nanette Parks, who’s been under contract to Paramount for the last year, received a wonderful present fo r h e r 21st birthday—the lead in “Catalina,” a T e c h n ic o l o r m u s i c a l , sterling Hayden will he one Of her leading men, and Olga San Juan, Cass Haley and Billy De Wolfe head the supporting cast. The picture is slated to go before the cam eras very soon. C o n sidering th e high p rice of bak­ ery goods, i t ’s disconcerting to learn th a t eight pies w :ere.w a s ted on the set of “ I t ’s a W o n d e rful L ife,” for a scene in w h ich Todd K a r n s h a d to w a lk w h ile b a lancing a pie on his head. After- th e eighth pie hit* th e d u s t th e p ro p e rty m a n , Lou. H a fely, deflated th e pie ;tin and in s e rted tw o pins on e a c h 's i d e for b a lan c e ; th e ninth pie s f a y ld put. — ■ I t ’s no w o n d e r th a t th e g irls like to w o rk .fo r D irecto r M itchell Lei- s e n ; s t a r s like P a u lette G o d d a rd and O livia de H a v illand say they do, and. m o re and m o re o f t h e top notchers' a r e asking to be assigned to his film s. H e ’s introduced a new m e th ­ od in “ S u d d enly I t ’s S p ring” - h o l d s re h e a r s a l s w ithout m a k e -up fo r th e first hour or tw o , so th e g irl’s don’t h a v e to r e p o r t a t th e crack of daw n . Grosby, who has' crooned in nguages, including Esperanto, will sing a typicaj Brazilian song in Portuguese in “ Road to Rio” ; his tutor is Loiiis Oliveira, who’ll act as technical advisor on the picture. As in the four previous “Road” pic­ tures, Crosby will be team ed witb Bob Hope and Dorothy Lamour, with Norman McLeod directing. Daniel Dare is producing for Param o unt. — ^ — M o st m u s ical plays or filtns have n o t m o re th a n h a lf a dozen new tunes, b u t n e a rly every A b b o tt and season h a s in- ritten m u s ical n u m b e r in w h ich th e th e m e dove- Bing 47 lanf nes, b u t n e a rly ev( Costello a i r show this eluded a specially tails w ith th e story.line of the T h u rs­ day NBC broadcast. To compose a sp e c ial m u s ical production each w e e k is no sm a ll assig n m e n t. RKO’s ten tativ e ly titled “ K a m i­ k a z e ” will include confiscated’J a p a ­ nese film n e v e r before seen by th e public. M o re .than a m illion feet of the film w e re studied before the film used in the p ictu re \yas decided on. ODDS AND ENDS— \Juvenile Jury,\ filmed by Universal Pictures, has been released throughout ihe country. . . .'Ed \Archie” Gardner has completed final sketches for his cartoon strip which will be based on the happenings at \Duffy’s , Tavern.”. . . Paulette Goddard’s wardrobe 'in \Unconquered” is costing Paramount $10,000, we’re told—though she has the role of a slave girl, , dressed mostly in homespun. . . \ . When something good happens to Larry Haines of \Young’Dr. Malone” he attributes it to the tie h^s wearing and continues to wear the same one till his luck changes. Crematories Offer Service, Niche for Departed Pets modern is in N e w York City, tablished in 1939, it crem a tes an­ nually over 500 pets, such as dogs, cats, parrots and canaries, charg­ ing from $15 to $25 for the s e r v ice, from $5 to $300 for the urn and from $25 to $100 for a niche and its perpetual care. VflaiisJi^ O vpjl WimL s i r M a r k Y o u n g , governor of H o n g K o n g w h e n it w a s tak e n by th e Jap a n e s e , an d who w a s t a k e n p r is o n e r a t t h a t t im e and l a t e r r e ­ leased , is th e hero of m a n y sto ries illu s tr a tin g a rap ier-lik e w it. 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