Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on November 23, 1962 · Page 17
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 17

Greeley, Colorado
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Friday, November 23, 1962
Page 17
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Ffidit - v - Nuv - 23 - 19S2 _CREELEY, TRIBUNE Page 17 baby will gain much confidence · when be is walking. The tape keeps the child from slipping oo hardwood, tile and carpeted floors, saves many frrom By HEtOISE CRUU oiSr ·y MRS. FRANK VETTER MILL1KES - Mr. and Mrs. temps, and might even save Harold Lesser and Jami of Gree- All corrttpondence pertilnlng to the Htloiw used, to hi? column thould be mailed directly tc Heloue Xing Fe»ture» SyrdicjU, 235 E. 45th St, New York, 17, N.Y. some cut lips ... This tape may hard-soled shoes. Lover of Children Dear Heloise: For those housewives who own electric floor polishers here isi I money-saver. I You can buy wax uiipiegnated felt pads and avoid that "hands! a Siberian forest in 1908. K 4 l l l i l r O n imiller'i I6ta birtMay. Also pres-.and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. L. A I Hospital Timt . . . ent were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kamseyer _ M- ..«j \i rr i,TM L-,,*;TM ~ti N4»H\ILI.F Ten ley and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth be remover alter the child gets Freauff and their son were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Adkisson. In the afternoon the group went to Brighton to thej Mr. "and Mrs. Jan Forbes ol| . . . Valejo. Calii.. visited in the JimiRobert H. Brodie got the prover-, ankle was broken wsen he tried Ashcreft home. Adkisson and their children and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Tegtmeir of Greeley. Mrs. F!-jyd Cottrill enjoyed Sun-' LONDON - Seventeen tavern-hospital, she told him. day dinner at the home of her son. Dale Cottrill. of Greeley Tenn. (AP» - room on the sarr.e floor. He had made his first parachute jump the dav before and discovered his ; bial middlMf-!he-night awaken-ito get out of bed. : ing by his wife. Time to go to the' SINGAPORE--Despite preoccu- Sandra Sam A cluster of meteorites leveled Ed Schneidmiller home where Co!o they celebrated Larry Schneid-lweekend at the home of her aunt|landlord brewery operators lost their low rent lease 1 They made it but both were pation with the issue of merger when the brewery which owned!token'into the hospital in wheeljwith Malaya and British Borneo !the buildings discovered the tav-jchairs. Mrs. Brodie had a T-iinto the new Federation of Maa student at |ern ^^r* were b^ing their pound bov. ilaysia. Singapore's government College spent lheiliq UO r from competitor" of the The proud father passed, out Activities in the economic sector cigars , from his bed in another continue a: an increased rate. end knees" chore. When the wax is used up. put the pads on a piece of aluminum (oil. melt a can of your favorite paste wax over low heal, and spoon it on the pads. Hub the pads with tin- ..uouu *, u, c wa x will penetrate. Alter the pads have cooled and the wax, has hardened 'this onlv takes z few minutes' you're hack in busi. "\y, write to Heloise at the above _ j j r " ' " lear Heloise: For those women , Hkc mc) ,,. 0-j noi need or care for Moulder pads in dresses. I have ness again! This way. you never run out of pads in the middle of, a waxing job. You can uie yuur| own favorite brand of paste wax and the cost is just a tew cents. It requires only a few tablespoons ^ a sood use , or thcm . of wax to ful the pad. . , (emove , hem from , he dress Does everybody know the old | and sew them on a regular dress trick of wldmg a pinch of bakinsihanger in the same position powder to powdered sugar ic- where the shoulder sags. This ings? Tiiis prevents hardening i s a tuod way to pad a hanger and cracking and the icing will an d t 0 keep garments 'especially stay moist and "gooey." sweaters' in better shape. One of the UM ways to keep Florence Catchy cut flowers fresh is lo add a * * * tablespoon of bleach to the water..Dear Heloise: Not only doe- this keep Ihe flow-; I keep my white nylon slips anc ers fresh lonccr. hut it helps to blouses, resin-finished cottons eliminate rotting slems and the and dai-rons white by washing overpowering odor which results ithem all together--whether sheets Commercial florists do this or shirt.*--regardless of material Reader I use hot water and perborate · · · bleach, never a chlorine bleach Dear Heioise: jwith my detergents. Would you please tell me how; VVhen my kitchen woodwork 1 can separate stamps that are!"' 35 painted a brilliant white. my stuck together? jrefrigerilor and stove suddenly Harry how- Dear Harrv: looked yellow! This lurned it white again: ! used a damp cloth and silver Have you ever tried placing a piece of paper on lop o( them and running a warm iron over cm"" [NllIIII 1 U9CU llll po3LC V r^ · rubbed a convenient sized area. wiped it off with another damp cloth, then polished with a soft The onlv other thing 1 know ol dr ' dolh - ^ ar « now J" 51 as ,.,. ' , . , jiwhite as the woodwork, but it Is to fill a glass with water and doc5 ^ ^^ place the stamps in it. They will eventually come apart . . . This is a last resort. You must have Edna Sersling · · · Folks: some type of glue to apply to the | I have heard this before but back of the stamp when they are dry if this method is used. Heloise · · · Anyone got anymore ideas? 11 do test a hidden spot on your rclrig. before doing the whole thing. Painu on refrigerators do vary! HeloiM Dear Folks: Back in the old days -- when I was young -- we could not al ford pure butler and so we had to use oleo. In those days, it came in a white brick and we put the ycllnw coloring in it We had to mix it ourselves. Today It is already mixed. I used lo put two pounds ol oleo in my mixing bowl and let it sit until the oleo waj fairly' soft. Then 1 placed this in the electric mixer, let it whip lor about five minutes, lurned the beater on low speed, nnd added one small can of condensed milk. 1 creamed this slowly so as not to spatter the liquid on the wall, then turned the mixer on high speed and whipped until it was nice and creamy. The whipped D!"? was then poured back into the original box. Nowadays we have to put a rubber band around some oleo boxes, in order to hold it together, as it Is not sealed. Then put it in the refrigerator to harden nnd le it sit a day or so. This made the creamiest oleo you ever put in your mouth. When I wanted to be real fancy, or was having a party, I wmild pour this soft creamed oleo into little molds, set it in my refrigerator or the deep lree?.e for a while, and presto . . . you've got the cutest little pat of hultr-r that you've ever wen nnd your company will enjoy it tremendously. We later f'.mld out that if wr liad no canned milk, plain milk would do. We always added a dash of salt to make it In.'le more ike grandmother's home country luller. Also for family use, this whipped creamed butter (olcoli could )c put into ordinary coffee cups In set. The cup can be lurned over, placed on a little dish and the butter knife laid along the side. If one wanted to, she could make large molds out of the creamed oleo and carve little designs on the- top will] the end ol an ordinary teaspoon. So next time you don't have anything to do. 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