Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on February 26, 1976 · Page 19
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20 GREELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE Thurs., Feb. 26,1976 Third bicentennial-centennial program to be presented by Friends of Library Edward Kearns, associate professor of English at the University of Northern Colorado, will present the third program in a bicentennial- centennial series sponsored by Ihe Friends of the University of charge that Americans lack a Northern Colorado Library in sense of history, Kearns will discuss those values in social University and to make recommendations concerning use of the British program at the University of Northern Colorado. Using as a touchstone the cooperation with the University of Northern Colorado Libraries. Kearns' program, "The Nonsense of History," will take place in the Lindou Auditorium, Room 1,110 of tire James A. Michener Library on the University of Northern Colorado Campus at 3 p.m. Tuesday, March 2. Kearns received both his B. A. and M.A. degrees from the University of Arizona. He came to the University of Northern Colorado in 1966, where he teaches humanities, composition and literature courses. In 1971, Kearns was selected the outstanding professor of the year. He has contributed publications to the "Emerson Society Quarterly" and "Contemporary Literature and intellectual history which have undermined any sense of history we might have. Further, he will offer some explanations for why Americans "put the past behind us" and will speculate about the possibilities for change. Future programs sponsored by the Friends of the University of Northern Colorado Libraries include: "Fossils of Weld County" by Miss Kay McElroy, well known paleontologist, on March 9, and "History of Eaton," a book review by the author, Mrs. J. E. Smillie, on April 8. Also, at this time J. E. Smillie will tell about the "Old Cattle Trails" in the northern part of the state, and also will sing some of the popular songs and abstracts for "Abstracts of which were sung along these old English Studies." Last year trails. Sheldon Reed, director of Kearns received a year's leave from teaching responsibilities to study the British Or. Dr. and founder of the Dight Institute of Human Genetics at SKY STONE || Quality, Handcrafted Indian Jewelry I i Register at the Stone for KFKA's Edward Kearns the University of Minnesota, will discuss the "Ethical Issues of the New Genetics" at a banquet in the Panorama Room at the University Center on Monday, May 3. "An Exhibition of Art" by the faculty of the University of Northern Colorado Art Department will be on display during the months of March and April. This exhibit will be located on the first floor of the James A. Michener Library. The public is cordially invited to attend all of these free programs and to visit all of the exhibits. Sky Lucky Leap Year Lady Contest!! The Sky Stone Is giving a Morencl Turquoise pendant set in Sterling sllver.to the lucky winner. Come in and sign up now! Be that Lucky Lady!! 30% 'O Off all Squash Blossom Necklaces -- Now -- Feb. 28th Downtown £j| UUWIIIUHII ·· II Greeley National Bank Plaza || || Mon.-Sat. 9:30-5:30 II Tony Wu Announces a GRAND OPENING CELEBRATION February 23-28 -- 9 a.m.-9 p.m. MINI-PORTRAIT 5" x 5" to anyone who visits our sludlo during our grand opening. 48* FREE -MINI-PORTRAIT 5" x 5" to our former cuilomeri Register for a free door prize: 1 Giand Priie .. 2 First Prizes . . . 4 Second Prizes . 16 i 20 tau 11114 £* . 8 X 10 rS£« . 5 x 7 fS. 6 Third Prizes . No purcluu necessary. Need not be prMpnt to win. FREE -- Mini-Portrait 5" x 5" to employees of the following: 16lli Street Merchants Association Adventures Awaiting Alpine Hans Al's Custom Upholstery Brooks Greeley Camera Conditioning Spa Go's European Auto Executive Traiel First National Bank Jones Sports Co. Ken's Camera Center Komac Paint Store McArthiii-Olds Sherwin-Williams Co. State Farm Ins. Ted Nieters Motor Co. United Lumber Co. Weld Count; Lumber Northwest Mutual Life Ins. Co. VISUAL IMPRESSIONS MIOTOCRAI'IIY STUDIO 925 16th Street (by Campus Pharmacy) 353-9667 JJI. Paul Street, a nationally known ~" organist who has appeared on TV, radio and in concert will play a program of popular music on Thursday/ Feb. 26th. A native of Cleveland, Ohio, he studied at Cleveland School of Music and Valparaiso University, and is also well known as a church organist, having performed in major cities throughout the U.S. and Canada. Time: 7:30 p.m. Date: Tonight, February 26th Place: Swalley Music House 1101 8th Ave. « Refreshments · Door Prizes SWALLEY MUSIC HOUSE 1101 8th AVENUE DOWNTOWN GREELEY 356-4660 HintS from HeloJSe Shefnwo/d on Bridge By CECILY BKOWNSTONE Associated Press Food Editor SUPPER FOR FOUR Special Pork and Beans Tossed Salad Crusty Bread Fresh Fruit Beverage SPECIAL PORK AND BEANS Two 1-pound cans pork and beans 2 medium tomatoes, sliced 2 cups grated cheddar cheese Into a shallow 1 quart baking dish or a pie plate turn the beans. Remove the salt pork from the beans and dice. Arrange lomaluts over beans and sprinkle with the diced pork, then the cheese. Bake in a preheated 350-dcgrce oven until bubbly-hot - 20 minutes or so. Makes 4 large servings. By IIKLOISE CRUSE All correspondence pertaining lo Ihe IIHnise column should be mailed directly in llfloisi'. King Features Syndicate, 235 K «th Sired. New York. New York 10017. MH^HM^^^H»» M ^ HBMV ^ B ~ HBHB "^ H Dear Heloise: 'his was a good way to dry the I had a stubborn stain in my 'eaves, toilet bowl and decided to try The dinner he served was vinegar . "par excellence!" I poured in one cup of vinegar And I learned something - nothing else -- and let it from a man in the kilchen! stand overnight. Then I took the Pa " ie Elin 8 brush, and with a few strokes, the old stain was gone. Dcar Heloise: If Ihe stain is stubborn, Unlike many, I happen to be repeat the procedure. one of those people who like the Margaret Conser appearance of clay pots for plants in a window. Vinegar to the rescue! We The common complaint about tested this and, do you know, we them is the snotting on them found this to be the greatest! after a certain length of time. Heloise By experimenting, I have solved the moldy-spots problem DearHeloise: by simply applying a light My hint is to all mothers with coating of cooking oil, lightly small children. Taking rubbing it in. medicine can be something else If spots reappear, just apply if the medicine tastes bad. another bit of oil. The terra Measure the medicine and cotta will look like new. pour it into a small one-ounce R.M.T. glass. This worked for me day or night. There are no spills or 0 ear Heloise: waste and children love to get rjjd you ever have a wash- all the medicine out of the glass, ^u, ( | lal was still very good Your children will love to but the edges were a! | fravcd drink milk, water or anything a n j you na ied lo hang it in the else out of these little glasses. bathroom? If you have more than one Here is a solution I found very child yw can buy these glasses satisfactory and truly amazing. in different colors. B ind the edges with bias tape, Judy p r eferrably the same color, but be sure to shrink the lape first. DearHeloise: LeliaMcGarry Yesterday I discovered a very good way to wind a skein rj ca r Heloise: of wool without any strain to the Missing and lost butlons have back or having someone else teen such a problem al our hold Ihe yarn. . . house, until I came up with this Take two kitchen chairs and jd ea turn them back to back, the until a missing button can be wool will be able to be wound scwn back on the garment, I very easily over the top of the f as i e n it to a pin cushion with a chairs. hatpin or corsage pin. This eliminates any tangles and nj ow \ don't r ooi through a frees your husband for some button box to find Ihe right one. other job he might have in mind Marion to do, such as watching a hockey game or basketball... Copyright, 1976 Barbara King King Foliirn Syndicate Curiosity kills bridge players By ALFRED SHEINWOLD Some bridge players remind me of the lady who gaped at the hippopotamus in the zoo and asked the keeper if the animal was male or female. "That," the keeper replied, "can be o( interest only to another hippopotamus." South dealer East- West vulnerable NORTH + Q J 1 0 5 2 toward dummy's queen. When this wins, declarer returns to his hand with a trump to lead another heart. West must take the ace, and South has no further problem. (In fact, West might as well take the first heart with the ace in order to get out safely with his low heart.) Daily Question Partner opens with one heart, and the next player bids two diamonds. You hold : Spade 8(i heart 10887 diamonds AK83club 8C3. What do you say? Answer: Bid two hearts. You are not a bit sure of defeating two diamonds, but you have full value for a raise. (c) H76 Los Angeles Times 0 7 4 + K J 2 WEST EAST * 7 4 + 8 6 V A 3 ?10987 O J 1 0 9 6 5 O A K 8 3 + Q 9 7 5 + 8 6 3 SOUTH + A K 9 3 y K 6 4 2 O Q 2 + A 1 0 4 South West North East 1 NT Pass 2 + Pass 2 » Pass 4 + All Pass Opening lead -- 0 J East took the first two diamonds and returned to trump. South drew trumps and wondered which opponent had the queen of clubs. To find out, he led a club to dummy's king and returned the jack of clubs fora finesse. He got the answer when West won with the queen of clubs. By this time, of course. Smith was hopelessly lost. He had already lost three tricks and was sure to lose a heart. South was the victim of his own aimless curiosity. The location of the queen of clubs. like the gender of a hippopotamus, is useless information. Hearts are Key South must go after the hearts, hoping to discard a club from dummy on his own fourth heart; and that's why the queen of clubs should never play an active role in this hand. The best plan is to lead a low heart from the South hand New Name Same Friendly Shop! XL Maternity Shop 725 10th Street 353-1618 (Formerly The Maternity Shop) FEATURING: XL Fashions by Bobby June, Lady Caper-mate Lady Devon MATERNITY Fashions By: Phil Jacobs, Marion Sue and Many Others LINGERIE By: Mary Jane, Carolina, Wynton Stop by and let Bonnie or Kathy show you the fine selection of separates. Dear Hcloise I always drain the oil from tuna fish after opening the can. If, just before you open the can, you turn it upside down, the oil can be pressed out easier since once it's open,-the oil will be at the top of the can. Just tip and press with the lid! Mrs. Michael McAlpin How smart! Thai's so simple, yet 1 never thought about it. Hcloise DearHeloise; In the past my experience with men in the kitchen has been somewhat exasperating. Recently I had the privilege of being invited to a friend's for dinner. Upon arriving, he was preparing a spinach salad. He asked me lo get him a pillow slip. Watching him put the spinach leaves in the pillow slip, I was thinking "this guy has been nipping at the cooking sherry!" He tied the end of the pillow slip and proceeded to put it in the washing machine on the spin cycle. At this point I was somewhat baffled. He went on lo explain that love' is theme for homemakers Tin- tlieini! of. "Love" for the February meeting of the Pleasant Valley Extension Homcmakers Club was inspired by Valentine's Day. Mrs. Raymond Pope read "Definition of Love" and excerpts from "Leaves of Silver" as the opening thoughts. Reports by chairmen included Mrs. Don Hungenberg ' on soil conservation; Mrs. Robert Cowherd on family relations and Mrs. Robert Goldsmith on consumer education. Plans for a guest tea were discussed and April 24 selected as the date. All past and present members of the club arc invited. February is the month for the fund-raising project of the year. Home-baked food, plants and miscellaneous items were sold during a silent auction. The next meeting will be a brunch at 10 a.m. Tuesday, March 10, at the home of Mrs. Archie Bickling. After a brief business meeting, members will reassemble at noon at the 4- H Building for the Koadrunner District salad luncheon. Divers rely on it t ROLBX Professional divers the world over stake their lives on the superior performance of the Rolex Submariner. Its tough steel case, guaranteed to an underwater depth of 660 feet', protects a self-winding 30-jewel chronometer movement with automatic dale. The dial has extra-luminous markers, and a revolving bezel for measuring elapsed time underwater. With case, crown and crystal intact. formerly Duke Rauh Jeweler Are You A Gambler? If so, starting Monday, Feb. 23rd we will reduce the price on numerous items by 20%. Each day following, we will reduce them an additional 5% until Saturday, Feb. 28th when the remaining items will be reduced by 45%. DO YOU DARE GAMBLE THAT WHAT YOU WANT WILL STILL BE THERE SATURDAY? ALL SALES FINAL . NO CREDIT CARDS OR LAYAWAYS SALE ENDS FEB. 28,1976 ttie Silverfla/a GREELEY MALL 353-6766

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