Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on May 26, 1977 · Page 20
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 20

Greeley, Colorado
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Thursday, May 26, 1977
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HUTS,. May 28.1977 GREELEY C»lo.) TRIBUNE il AAUW presents UNC scholarship to Ruth Wilson The recipient of a substantial scholarship awarded by Peggy Kopllli, president of the American Association of University Women, Is Ruth Wilson of Wheat Ridge, a student In communications with a minor In environmental studies at the University of Northern Colorado. Mlu Wilson has been active as a student assistant at Harrison Hall, was chairman of the.lecture series for the University Programming Council, IB a member of Mortar Board- and Kappa Delta p; Sorority. This summer she will be employed as an environmental educator for the Youth Conservation Corps for the National Park Service in Michigan. Miss Wilson will be student teaching in Aspen this fall. The scholarship represents a portion of the proceeds of the annual AAUW Art Mart, the remainder to be used, in part, for other philanthropic projects. Henry Kailsen celebrates 100th birthday tCOOKING IS FUN By.jCECILY · BROWNSTONE Associated Press Food Editor ,'., SUNDAY. SUPPER Chicken Curry Rice Okra Sambal Salad Bowl Guava turnovers Tea ... OKRA SAMBAL A new version of an inter- estingrelish. 8-ounce can cut okra, drained, and. rinsed Vt cup canned flaked coconut 1 small onion, minced (about ft cup) 1 tablespoon minced seeded canned green chili pepper l',4 teaspoons lemon juice Stir together all the ingredients. Cover tightly and .chill to allow flavors to blend. Make about IV-i cup. PRESENTS SCHOLARSHIP--Peggy munications at the University of Northern Koplitz, president of the American Association Colorado. The funds are a portion of the of University Women, presents a scholarsliip proceeds from the AAUW Art Mart. (Tribune from AAUW to Ruth Wilson, student in com- photo by Rose Mary Koob). Hints from Heloise Ify I I K L f l l S K C H l ' S K All corn'spondi'nct' pertaining to the Ik'lwsi 1 uilnmn slim lit I hi 1 mailed directly lit Ik'liiisc. Kinj" Failures Xyiulk'uU 1 . ii:i" K. -ftth Strei'l. New Ynrk. New York 10017. Dear Heloise: Here is my secret for (he best pie crust you can imagine. It is flaky and tender but not fragile. I follow my usual recipe as given on the label of the vegetable shortening can, roll out the crust and put il. in an' aluminum pie pan. Then I put the pan in a plastic bag, seal and freeze overnight in the freezer. The next day I make the filling. I pre-heat the oven to 450 s/n GRAYBEAL BRIDAL REGISTRY May 28,1977 (. Dartre Hall and Daniel Draper · Cind\ Qnicli nnd CarY Witte · ( ' i June 4,1977 i Kae Ann Todd and Melrin K Slratton [ Jolene Lnrsnn and If'urrrn Siditell , June 11,1977 i .Sue Riff rind Itruef Johnson ' Denhe Hodges and lirian C,ole ' Juilr fiirelsi/; and Wally I'hillips \ r Judy Wlllil* and Terry McQueen ' Kniliie Rrungaril nnd (ire/: Holmes ·' '· I'alricia MrMnnns nnd Parish Merrill · June 18,1977 ' Klwnda Mnssnian and Herb Meflin ! June 25,1977 ... t'rnnrine While nnd Dennis Nealy f Cynthia Slife and Michael Ragan i June 26,1977 ! Pnin Cirenn Knopp and lurry Dapper \ | July l, 1977 I Ellen Call I'nnk and Dun Jerome Daimin ; July 16,1977 ! liarhura Thompson and Anthony Reed I July 23, 1977 ! Diana W'eidenlieller nnd Kuilnry llnirltins | July 29,1977 ! Jutlv Glenn and Charley Mylanilrr | July 30, 1977 I llellina James and John lnti#/«i.f degrees and put the pie filling in the frozen crust to cook for 10 'minutes. Then 1 reduce the heat to 350 degrees for as long as necessary to cook the pie -about 40 minutes. The aluminum pan is important because glass would break coming from the freezer to the oven. Myrtle Victoria Wetmore Absolutely scrumptious! This was tested both ways. First by baking the pie without freezing the crust overnight, and then freezing a crust overnight as Myrtle suggested. We couldn't believe what a difference in the two crusts. The frozen crust was flaky and tender and the other crust, was tough. · · . Heloise Dear Heloise: We move quite often. Now I get a subscription to . the newspaper for a few weeks from the town we're leaving. Makes the transition a little easier. Joan Since most people, whether military or civilian, are usually given an advance notice when a move is necessary, subscribe to the new local paper before you move. Helps you learn the food and department stores, school news, etc. before you arrive. Makes you feel less like little lost sheep. Heloise Dear Heloise: I buy the large 04-ounce sized bottles of soft drinks. I fill two or three of these bottles with tap water and set them aside with the tops off so all the chlorine can get out. This water is just right for my plants where chlorinated water is not good for them such as African violets., Marylin Dear Heloise: I usually keep extra bread, buns, etc. in my fridge. An hour or so at room temperature, and they are fresh and soft. I was cooking hamburgers in my electric skillet and realized I hadn't laid out the buns. Not wanting to heat the oven to warm a few buns, I just put the lid on the skillet and laid the buns on top. The buns heated while the hamburgers cooked. It worked beautifully and I was quite proud of myself. Vickie Dear Heloise: I have a "cooler" offering for you on using cologne. Take one of the many citrus or herbal "splashes" and.pour into a clean, empty window cleaner spray bottle. Keep the bottle in the fridge and when the weather's hot and you're sticky -- have a spritz. I keep a bottle in the bathroom too. 1 don't end up splashing it on the floor, sink and vanity instead of me. Nancy Cole Dear Heloise: 1 want to share this with you and your readers who have found the wonderful use ol the device that packages and seals food for the freezer. I have been using one for months and have found a way to keep all the packages from tumbling around, like "Fibber McGee's" closet. Simply cut the bottoms from gallon milk containers, leaving a square bottom about four inches deep. The packages of sealed food can then be placed conveniently and labeled for each square container. Such as vegetables, meat, gravy, etc. Wendy Dear Heloise: Since I work a late shift and am not home when my parents eat supper, we have used our food warmer quite a lot. My mother came up with a great idea for preventing the black soot from the candle flame from getting on the bottom of the food warmer. She put a small doubled square of aluminum foil above the flame. It still keeps the food warm and there is no more black soot on the dish. -- Nancy Lynne By ROSE MARY KOOB Trblunt Staff Writer Henry Kallsen, an oldtirae sheepherder, attained his 100th birthday on May 18. For the past three years he has resided at Fairacres Manor, and his health and strength are amazing. His five living sons and their wives all came to help him celebrate Sunday, May 15. Two sons are deceased. Those present Included Alfred of Chaska, Minn., Edward of Briggsdale, Raymond of Loveland, Ernest of Theresa, Wis., and Melvin of Fort Morgan, and their wives. He has 21 grandchildren, many great-grandchildren, and a large number of great-great- grandchildren, with many of them present for the occasion, also. His wife, the former Louise Leder, died in August last year. They had celebrated their 72nd wedding anniversary Jan. 25, 1970. This hardy gentleman was born in Germany May 18, 1877, and came to this country at the age of 16. He started out as a sheepherder in the Grover area. He and another herder, and a cook, drove a flock ol 2,000 sheep from Big Springs, Neb., to Grover, covering approximately 150 miles, and never crossed a fence. This was back in about 1897. One night, they asked the . cook tu tend the sheep so they could get a little sleep. The next day they didn't eat until 4 p.m. The cook slept! At the journey's end, they deposited the sheep on what was known as the Acres Kanch at Grover. Kallsen also was skilled in sheep shearing and plied his trade throughout Wisconsin, Minnesota, both Dakotas as well as Colorado. At age 87 he suffered.a stroke, but, being of sturdy stock and strong of will, a couple of months later he mounted a horse and rode; He had to take a chair out to the porch, and from that climb into the saddle. To dismount, he slid off the back end of the horse. Nevertheless, he rode a horse. One time he and a pal were herding sheep and a photographer chanced along, so the two had their picture taken. .. This photo he sent back to his mother in Germany. Some time later, he returned to Europe to visit his family, and asked his mother "What did you do with the photo I sent you? Why isn't it out where'people can see it?" His mother replied, "Henry, you had a hole in your pants." The fact of the matter was, in · evidence was a tiny hole in the knee of his britches. His mother was too proud to display a picture of her son "in such a shabby pair of trousers." : This 100-year-old has a very healthy looking complexion S and, apparently healthy lungs, . y for his voice is loud and strong. · Although he is deaf, and up in i/;'?; years, he still enjoys looking at pretty women, and making admiring comments. Perhaps, one is as old as he feels? Henry Kails en reaches age 1M (Tribune photo by Hose Mary Koob) MEMORIAL DAY Brown conne Sandals in Brown, Tan and White. Reg. $13.99 Only I f V V I While. or Camel Children's Summer Sandals in Brown and White Now 4 99 Women's Dress Shoes In White, Bone, Black, Red, Blue. Reg. to 34.99 Now Women's Summer Shoe Lots and Odds and Ends Reg. lo 14.99 Now TENNIS SHOES by Converse, U.S. Keds, B.F. Goodrich for Men, Women and Children. Many Styles and Sizes. Reg. to 19.99 AQ *' a digest dialogue for women which allows you to join in discussion with the speakers... and to evaluate your position in the future. Tuesday/June 14th/Greeley Country Club 9:00 a.m. --3:30 p.m. presented by First of Greeley JEWELERS, INC. tf@ · / Monday Ihra Saturday 9 a.m.-5:30 p.m. | | 8188thStreet 3 " '^ SffiJEISS DR. WM. BOAST, Dean Community College. Red Rocks Campus "Interlinking cycles of your Hie" GRETCHEN SAAM Asst. Prof. Management UNC "Be Assertive in business, be a winner PATRICIA COFFEY First ol Denver "Fair Credit" JIL ROSENTRATER Greeley Area Chamber ol Commerce ·How your Chamber ellecls YOU" Copyright, 1977 King Features Syndicate, Inc. DOROTHY MULVEY First of Denver VISIT THE JEAN YANCEY Jean Yancey Associates "How lo rids a Merry-go-Round" SEN. DUANE WOODARD "Everyone needs Estate Planning Colorado State Senate "Leqislalion, Legislators and You Our Everyday Low Price RESERVATIONS LIMITED: The Eighteen dollar cost includes luncheon at the New Greeley Country Club and a one year subscription or renewal to Colorado WOMAN digest magazine. To make reservations, call Sharon Linhart 352-1651 or send check to First ol Greeley, P.O. Box 1058, Greeley 80631. All Wallcovering CALL OUR FREE DECORATING SERVICE INTERIORS BV BETTS Across From The Holiday Inn 8016th St. 356-3376 IS

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