Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on October 19, 1961 · Page 13
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Thu«,0cl.l9,1961 GREELEY T R 1 H U N E 1!l « c 13 ot6e By HELPISE CRUSE Iear Lndjps; Today I shall discuss cleaning kitchen drawers. . .those aw- places, wh,ce yq drop our kjlclicn spoons and spatulas plus liavc an answer for that, too late,r. a few drops of waler, which make' the drawer look messy. For over a year 1 have tried all liners for drawers thai have bee; r«commpnded by readers. Thpsc are Ihe mints 1 try lo keep rrjind: Is it good? Will il last? Is it cheap? 1 have used' all kino's ol shell paper, waxed paper, foil, newspapers and oil cloth. Then 1 ran acrqss paper sacks! Iliey arc the best for kitchen drawers so tat as I can sec and I shall tell you why. They are heavy and THAT is the answer for your ''catch all" drawer. Nol other drawers. We $100 to Hospitals Al ils October meeting at UK t-cgion Home, Ihc American l.c gion Auxiliary allotted SIOO to In 1 sent lo the VA, Foil Lyon anO ! Home Lake Itospilnls. Mrs. John Kochcniturgcr. re liabililation chairman, gave a re oorl on her program before ll|C lirsl tnuughl is: "1 will o.; i dinner miii know sti-.- will come :|ito tlie kitchen. 1 just dcn'i iipv- lime to clean draucu fecaus I siicnt the lime c'lo'iiiii'i; Inc batli room, etc." The last time yon cleaned the drawers you should have put two 1 paper sacks down in the hnttom. Dermassajre Body Rub 10-01. QQ-, Bottle OOC THRIFT WEEK SPECIALS JT - xvMwav. 9*. v ; --- . Tticn you could draw- easy Sacks arc cheap in fact they are free! When you go to the' grocery sjprc ask them lo pul your groceries jn a big one. Take a ^air of scissors, open (he s^ck out flat, then cut it ahqut one inch bigger than your drawer. Why? So that it won't slip around and will provide an anchor. Now . . . all you have to do is take all the contents out and place on your drain board, cut t)ie sack, press into the drawer and dump the contents back in. Bui . . . before you replace al! (he things in the drawei, recall IKJW messy it was liL'fo.v. You liad too rnuny things in it . . maybe throe or fun* Iwtlle openers, a pic trimmer that you have not used for years, two old wooden spoons? Do you ever use tivo wooden spoons al the same time? No! Then discard one 1 Gel rid pf all the excess "stuff" [I can't seeni Ip find another word ·o fit) that you use but once a year. Thjs. is'what makes a clutter and the house hard to clean. Now I have another thought. When your mother-in-law comes ovpr, or your husband has asked hi? boss and wife lo dinner, your breath when "these tilings happen"!" All you have lo do is pull Ihe lop sack oui and your drawer will ne clean! Your mother-in-law and the boss' wife wilj think: "How :tocs she keep things so neat, bless her!" And not only will yon be blessed hul you wilj have this Iliought in your mind: "Now 1 am reaciy ir case I get sick or have a parly; " will be prepared so thai strange people in my kitchen won't talk about me." That should be Ihe least of your worriess. Your worry should be: "How can 1 do al| I have lo do with Ihe leasl effort?" Do you like household hints like these'.' If so, let us know. Write money was voted lo Ihe hos . ioilals. She also asked for volun iri ' tcers lo work tsov. 11, Yclcran! Day, al Ihe VA Hospital in Den yer. She pointed out l)ie need tor, bo«s and riblxms lo he used lot. wrapping packages al Ihe vctei Jans' gift shop, Mrs. George I' Xhnmerman will be co-chairman of rehabilitation working with Mrs, Kochcnburgcr. Mrs. George Grimsley, prcsi ;lcnt, presided at tlic mcetinj: which began with a review n! parliamentary procedure by Mrs A. P. Marshall. Mrs. Robert Baxley, 'member ship chairman reported 123 mem bcrs in the Victor Candlin Unit. Mrs. Frank Delfke. child welfare chaimian. stated lhal Ihc auxiliary would have charge ol. Weld County Clothing Bank." now located on the third floor nl lioncll Home, on Nov. 7, 8 and $' from 1:30 to 3:31) p.m. She asked for volunteers lo work on these days. Ten dollars was allotted I n J buy blue jeans for Ihe clothing LIQUID GELUSil IN F L A V O R S 12-Dz. Boltle 4. $1.65 Value mm 99c SUPER ANAHIST NASAL S P R A Y $1 19 V a l u e _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ at GREATER SAVINGS "A penny saved is a penny earned", said wise Ben Franklin and you'll save more than pennies when you shop at COOK'S BAYER'S CHILDREN'S A3PR5N 50 T A B L E T S to me c/o (his paper, will continue them. Heloise and PRINTED PATTERN 4620 6-H clothes needy children llirovigliuul the county. Next meeting of the Pail Presi- .lenls Parley was announced for. Nov. 8 at the home of Mrs.! Spencer Trent by Ihe chairman,! Mrs. Harold I3asey. The unit voted to buy 300 flag cudes for presentation to local organizations n|xn request and also to provide flags for public and parochial schools, Boy Scmits and Girl Scouts. At the close of the meeting, the hymn of the month, "In the par den," was sung by Mrs. Donald| Ifijj and Mrs. Michael Carey, accompanied by Mrs. Charles Tclk The next meeting of the auxiliary will be op Nov. 9. CSC Dean Will Serve as Aircqd Jqison Officer Maj. Samuel G. Gates, Unilcd Stales Air Force Reserve, has been appointed to serve thu Can- dilate Advisory Service as an Air -orce Academy Liaispn Officer. f" Thc "" c ^ c , I ;|; v c'" cumnim ce Major Gates advisory area w,l][ . MQm|av ^ ,, ]c ^ JQn Hom( , correspond to Ihe Second Cp.ngrcs.- ' · iional District. As a liaison of- icer, he is available lo speak lo iocial, fraternal, and service organizations jn the community as wejl as to hinji school assemblies. T T ' " ' . " 'T-- ' ~'t lj' i _ ~ - L d I ' ' i' ; l"! '' 3oth convene at 8 p.m. lie is directed to confine ins. programs and jnleryiews ip discus- slops of Academy adrnissions requirements, currjci]jum, gnd spe : cifjj cad.et sctiyities. Major Gales lives at'1857 12th Ave. His telephone number is BLgin 3-1125. Young men desiring specific information'about the Air Force Academy are invited to vyrite or fall. Jn civilian status, Major Gates is dean of the graduate division al Colofjuiq §tate College. Wife Dies TOKYO A P -- Mrs. Tsuruko Hayakawa, (18, wife of movie lor S c s s u c llayakawa, died Wednesday. FOAM-ETTES AS ADVERTISED ON TV 48c 21c (i!)C SIZE _ SIZE IMG 16-INCH MURRAY TRICYCLE S15.J15 V A L U E YOU CAN BUY TODAY SALE PRICE GERITOL LIQUID A small, curved, saw-tooth knife is a big help in preparing grape- fruil halves for the table. The knife makps ! l eas y 'P separale the grnpefruit segments from Ihe surrounding membrane. USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS Popq Teachers fi 'Paternity' Leave ANAHEIM, Calif. (AH)-- ^fale leachcrs in the Magnolia ele- mpnlary School district have a. ibrand new fringe benefit: "Paler-! nily leave." The district's board of trustees voted Tuesday night to give them one day off on the day they become papas. See The Lovely * Playing Cards · Table Covers · Ta|lips Ph. EL 3-0246 807 gth St. If her favorite fashion subject is separates, sjie'll love Ihis triol Ring-necked blouse smartly tops collarless jerkin and flared skirt. Sewing? Easy! Printed Pattern 4620: Girls' Sizes 6, 8, 10, 12, 14. Size 10 jerkin, 'skirt Hi' yards 54-inch fabric; blouse Hi yards 39-inch. Send 35 cents in coins for this pattern -- add 10 cenls for each pattern for Ist-class mailing. Send to Anne ^da'ms, (Greeley Tribune 363), Pattern Dept., 2tt West 17th St., New York II, N.Y. Print plainly name, address with zone, size and style number. FALL'S 100 BEST FASHIONS --separates, dresses, suits, ensembles, all sizes, all in our new Pattern Catalog in color. Sew for yourself, family. 3?c. Mrs. Roy Landin |0 Greeley Avenue Joh,njtoyn, Colo. 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RQ* 75c V A L U E -- COOK'S PRICE *^^ FOR THE HALLOWEEN PARTY 33c «o 89c J A C K - O - L A N T K K N S S K V B R A L SIXES H A L L O W K E N CUT-OUTS lOc tn 43c H A L L O W E E N MASKS 13c 10 89c H A L L O W E E N NOISE M A K E R S __ 9c .0 23c H A L L O W E E N COSTUMES ALLSI/.ES. $1.50 V A L U E ... 1.23 K i n n i E C A N D Y STICKS BAG 01-' GO . 59c ·^Relief is Just a Swallow SELTZER FOR HEADACHE, VPSET ' STOMACH, TIRED -ACHY FlfllNG 53c Size 39c Baby Hair Treatment SWEETS CANDY TREATS «OX OF f0 PACK-KITES ... 45c LEAK'S C A N D Y PUMPKINS 100 I N D 1 V I D U A L T - Y WRAPPED 69c WHITMAN'S SAMPLER CHOCOLATES Mb. Bo)f LOTr-A-LITE SEALED HEAM UN!FLOOD L A M P FOR MOVIES 19.95 V A L U E ,,_ 12.88 K fi(mt'" i ' i GILLETTE A D J U S T A B L E RAZOR M A R Y SHERMAN Hand and Body Lotion Handy-Andy Waler R e p e l l e n t Work Gloves lOc TUMS 3 ,,,,,, 17c

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