The Salt Lake Tribune from Salt Lake City, Utah on June 14, 1965 · Page 40
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Cheek Your Budget Does Family Food Cost Too Much? By Carolyn. Dunn . Consumer Marketing Specialist, Utah State University . i °*xf y ~ ar . *** Umted States Department of Aniculturt releases the Estimated Cost of One Week'* Food at Home for the various reg-ions of the country, including the Western area """ This gives local consumers an opportunity to see if their food expenditures are within rang, of the Western average. The latest estimate cost shows small increases under some individual age groups with the mens group actually showing mme decrease, from the previous year. above the Low-wst or Moderate £*f plawlSSy " " " ' " look at Food Estimated Cost of One Week's Food Sex-age g«np.(l) Low-cost Moderate-Uberai FAMILIES ^" ^^ "' Children: Tamily of 2, 20-35 years(2) Family of 2, 55-75 years(2) Family of 4, preschool children(3) Family of 4, school children(4) INDIVIDUALS(5) Under 1 year 3-3 years 3-6 years 6-9 years GirJs Boys: Dollars Dollars Dollars years 12-15 years 15-20 years 9-12 years 12-15 years ' 15-20 years Women: ,20-35 year* 35-55 years . 55-70 years < 75 years and over • Pregnant Nursing Men: 16.80 14.00 24.40 28.30 3.30 4.20 4.90 6.00 6.80 7.50 7.90 7.00 8.10 9.60 7.10 6.80 5.90 5.30 8.50 9.80 20.80 17.50 30.10 35.00 4.00 5.10 6.10 7.40 S.50 9.30 9.60 8.70 10.30 11.80 8.80 8.40 7.30 6.50 10.20 11.80 24.20 20.10 35.00 40.90 4.40 5.90 r.io 8.90 9.60 10.90 10-90 10.00 11.80 13.50 10.10 9.70 8.4Q 7.70 11.60 13.20 10.10 9.40 8.60 8.20 11.90 10.90 9.90 9:50 20-35 years 8.20 35-55 years . 7.50 55-75 years g.grj 75 years and over 6.40 . , Further Explanation r>f Estimated Cost (D-Age groups include the persons of the first age listed np to but not including those of the second age listed .(2)—Ten per cent added for family size adjustment (3}-Man and.woman, 20-35 years; children, 1-3 year*. t)-Man and woman, 20-35 years; child, 6-9 and boy 9-12 (5)—The. costs given are for individuals in four-person families. For individuals in other size families, the followine adjustments are suggested: , 1 person -add 20 per cent 5 persons-subtract 5 per cent , 2 perapns-add lOjper cent I or more persons-subtract .10 per cent Miss Kathryn Hoops Kathryn Hoops Mrs. Helen D. Hoopa, 1638-lftth-East, announces the engagement and forttcoming marriage of her daughter, Miss Kathryn Hoops, to Dale Jay Curtis, son of Mr. and Mra. Dale R. Curtis, 5166 Cot:onwood Ln. An Aug. 6 wedding in thf Salt Lake LDS Temple is planned. The bride-elect is a former Brigham Young University student. Her fiance is a University of Utah student and a member of Delta Phi Kappa. He hsis fulfilled a LDS Southwest British mission. Marti Sorensen Mr. and Mrs. Lynn A- Sorensen, 2045 E. 30 South, announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Marti Sorensen, to Dennis L. Lythgoe, «on of Mr. and Mn. Leo T. Lythaoe. 3251-2000 East. *^' The couple plan to exchange marriagt vow* Aug. 27 in, the Salt Lake LDS Tempte, Hints From Heloise Shorten Beans' Cooking Time By Heloise Cruse Dear Heloise: If I forget to soak beans overnight, is there any way to soften them to shorten the cooking time and save on utilities? I am on such a tight budget. Please help me. Marie Dear Marie: . M-m-m . . . Heloise ! love ^^ . When I forget to put them in to soak the night before, I just Books Available The popular book "Heloise' Household Hints is once more available at The Salt Lake Tribune Library, room 212, Tribune Building, 143 S. Main. Price is 50 cents at the library, W cents by mail. Send mail orders to Heloise Book, Tribune Home Service Dept., Box 867, Salt Lake City, Ut*h. sort them, put them in my colander and wash them under the hot water faucet. You'll find half. of those "rocks" weren't rocks at all but hard bits of dirt. After' they are', washed, put« tfiem in-'a pdt^and cover 'with " enough water to come about three inches above the beans. Put the cover on and bring to a boil for fiv« minutes, ' Now turn out your fire. This Is where you will save on the utility bill. ' Don't remove the cover. Let the beans set an hour or two. Then I usually pour off this water (and you know why? and replace it with fresh water, add my seasonings and cook 'em from there. Beans (any kind) are delicious when sliced onions or canned tomatoes are added. ladies... take note of these two great gifts for a golfing Dad! by Jhntzen Left: Every man likes this famous "Pro" golf shirt by Janrzen, with the distinctive golfing emblem on rtie pocket. Th* same professional quality end styling you expect from Jantzcn are here: Fashion collar that lies neat and flat, long backfail, fine cotton kniJ. In a galaxy of 13 colors . . . $6.50 Right? He'll bye you for this great sift! Janlzen's Fairway Cardigan kmt of 50% wool, 50% alpaca Wend. With full-shaped sleeves, shoulders ond body. In smart new subdued pastel colon . . . $19.95. In liiej small, medium, large, extra large. Give Our Best to DAD, and Grandad, too! FATHER'S DAY JUNE 20 Shop Tonight 'rH 9 jun. NEVER, never add salt iin-' til a few minutes before you are ready to serve them. This is what causes them to be hard-as-rocks. Heloise Bear Helobes I bought draperies too long for my bedroom window, and with the material I cut off, I made three pillowcases for the bed and a cover for the vanity bench. Certainly has added to the attractiveness of my bedroom. Mrs. Tom Mattox Dear Heloise: . We are a family of nine, and T have found that one of the easiest ways to sort clothes for the washers at the laun- dramat, is .to use the large grocery bags you get from the store. Fill them' to the top (don't pack too tight) and each bag of clothes is exactly a washer full, and the machine is not overloaded. When I have all of the clothes dry, folded and separated, I put each person's clothes bade into one of these bags, and when I get home, I ]ust hand each their own bag, and they put all of their things away in their own drawers. This saves me quite a bit of work and also makes it easier, as I.do not have a separate things : again when I get home. -.When the ;batS;tear,r they can be thrown> away. -; Mrs- William McEathron Submit a Picture Before Wedding The great increase in the number of weddings in our fast growing area makes it possible for The Tribune to publish only the engagement or wedding photograph, but not both. To insure publication, photographs for use with wedding announcements in The Tribune should be in the office of the Women's Dept:, Room 201 Tribune Bldg., at least one week before the wedding date. The_J4.00 charged for wed-ding photographs is to cover engraving costs. Because o£ the volume of photographs handled, The Tribune can assume no responsibility for pictures submitted. feH Uk« Tribute, Holiday, few 14, Ittf o men -> ' A ,.'" »> • • >»^IA >> ' - s* ,t ;-*^ 3 *>% Mrs. Paul Robert Corradini Sunday Ceremony Miss McMullen Speaks Pledges Miss Margaret Louise McMullen became thi bnde of Paul Robert Corradini in a aoiemi ceremony Sunday afternoon at the Holladay Community Church. The Rev. Hone* Marti* McMullen, father rtt the bride, pastor el the church officiated. j A reception honored the ooupit taunediatfij afterward in the church tocM hall. t After the reception, a wedding dinner hoii- ored the newlyweds at the horn* of the bridVi parents, the Rev. and Mrs. McMullen, 254* Lincoln Ln. • « Bridegroom'. Parate ! Mr. Corradini, 42541th East, ta a son of Dr. and Mrs. Everett Wesley Corradinil Elmira, N.Y. • 7 Miss Laura McMullen attended her sister as maid of honor. Other attendants were Mrsl Irene Adams, matron of honor; Mr*. Pal Anderson, Miss Georgann Galbraith. Mm Maureen O'Connor. t Frederick ;Adams was beet man. Usheti were Gary McMuUen, Danny McMullen, Philif Anderson and Mark Kimball. T DAR Unit Plans Events To Observe Flag Day Spirit' of Liberty Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution will observe Flag Day, Monday noon at & luncheon at the Alta Club. Mrs. William T. Nightingale is chairman, assisted by Mrs. Fred C. Lang. Guest speaker will be Brig. Gen. Franklin Riter (U.S. Army Ret.). Mrs. Floyd Ob- Lady Lions Elect GRANGER—M r s. Robert Carter, 1783 Chateau Ave. (1700 West), has been elected W e d n e sday president o f the Granger Lady Lions su ceedlng Mrs. 'John Woodbury.. Others elected i n e 1 u a e Mrs: ..Liee- Johnson, .vice; ,, president; Mrs, Carter Mrs Carl Vance, secretary-treasurer, and Mrs. George Jorgensen, historian. Mrs. Florian J. Winriter and Mrs. Louis Morey were named one-year directors and Mrs. George Barber and Mrs. Dean Cannon, two-year directors. Avocados Make Hip Party Dip With avocados _so plentiful right now, an avocado-onion dip spiced with tabasco makes zippy party fare.- For 3 cups dip, mash 2 avocados and stir in 1 cup commercial sour cream, 1 package (1# ounces) onion soup mix and ft teaspoon tabasco. Serve with potato chips or crackers. \ ii ZCMTs safe, refrigerated cold storage vaults lor as little as 4 1. $100 insurance 2. Complete inspection of every fur 3. Minor rips expertly repaired 4. Each fur thoroughly de-mcthed 5. Beauty restoring, brushing and airing 6. Buttons and loops replaced 7. Lining and pocket repairs made 8. Free bonded messenger service 9. Finest, cleanest refrigerated storage erle and Mrs. Don Slater will present a program of music. Mrs, C. Laverne Bane, regent, wiU preside. Honored guest wiU be Mrs. W. D. Core, Ogden, recently installed state regent of the Utah State DAR Chapter. Arizona. Hooeymm f After a honeymoon in Arir zona the couple will re«ide i^ Salt Lake City where both wiB do graduate work "at the Untf versity of Utah. They both ref ceived B.3. degrees from thi U. of U. Saturday. Both als^ have attended Drew Univer* ' •. - .... Entertaining fcr the brid* were Mrs. AJorao Eoark, Misi Edy Boark; Jto Jifly Roari4 Mrs. Chester B.. Powell, Mrsi Anderson and Mrs: Frank Car* man and Mrs. Fred Harris. -{ ZCMI nm SALON. Downtown, second floer OUR VOILE SHIFT HAS A DELICATE AIR 10.98 Refreshing Dacron polyssler-cotfon voile is light as a lummer breeze-sis eve less shift styled with plotter collar and bow trim; fudy lined for smooth fit. Grey or biu« With whit* collar. Sizes 5 to 13. THIRD R.OOR YOUNG MODERNS Mail and phone order j fiilfd, for free diliterj lifl 32&-1188 it Salt Lake City art*, 825-1607 in OgJea trta, 374-27SO ' Zen " h 7 ' 7 °»fr'X< "W. '^oil orders to Bex flu, $y 2 y D }e j es /AV

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