Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on April 12, 1973 · Page 20
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 20

Greeley, Colorado
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Thursday, April 12, 1973
Page 20
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Wayne Wells speaks to Greeley Republican Women's Club Wayne Wells told members of the Greeley Republican Women's Club at the April luncheon meeting at the Elks Club that his main concern as chairman of the Weld County Republican Central Committee is to promote harmony with the party so that all officials may work together for the greater betterment of the county. He commented that the executive board is currently considering appointments of cbmmitteemen and women to fill vacancies in various precincts. Wells also reported that the county executive boards of both the Republican and Democratic parties had met recently with Richard Boettcher, chairman of the government division of the Forward Together Committee of the Greeley Chamber of Commerce and had endorsed putting before the voters a measure for a charter committee to make a study of county government and present recommendations. Presiding at the business meeting, Mrs. Willis Kulp announced that plans had been finalized ' f o r Greeley the two counties at a cost of Zweek, W: K. THomas and For- Many of the members stayed salad luncheon,al Republican Women to spend approximately four-tenths of a rest Conrad of (he Lon'gmont for bridge and pinochle at the Mrs. Kolanct waterman, may Wednesday, April 11, at the mill property tax. This bill has Republican Women's Club. "Cards for Candidates party u. .,- Other guests were M-;S. Vera which followed the business Ward, Mrs. David Rohweder meeting. "Cards for Candi- and Mrs. James Babb and dates" is a statewide fund daughter, Becki,of Greeley and raising program. Mrs. Wayne Roberts of Evans The next meeting will be a Don't Miss The "Downtown Bunny Days" Fri.and Sat. Get your free candy from the bunnies on the streets, plus scripl money redeemable al participating stores. PRETTY EASTER PICKINS SHOE |T|T CO. 816 8th St. 352-3008 state legislature with luncheon passed the Senate and is now at the Quorum as guests of before the House. Representative Virginia Scars. The Senate also has passed a Treasurer Mrs. Dennis Lower death penalty bill which pro- reported that a contribution of vides for the mandatory death$50 had been made to sponsor a sentence for certain crimes, Greeley high school junior girl to Columbine Girls Slate. Mrs. Hank Brown, legislative chairman, reported that all members of the Weld Courtly delegation are sponsoring a bill that will allow counties to create their own regional transportation districts. The corn- To store fresh cheese, wrap it in a vinegar-dampened cloth and cover with a clean dry cloth. Store in the refrigferator. missioners of Weld and Larimer counties have committed themselves to form a Weld- Larimer Transportation District which would plan for the mass transportation needs of specifically killing a , prison guard or a policeman. The two most important unresolved issues are state aid to schools which is being debated in the House and land-use planning bill which is still being drafted. Mrs. Brown noted that the Weld County delegation has the reputation for being one of the hardest working groups in Denver. Guests for the afternoon were Mmes. Lewis Cushman, Russell Hints from Heloise By IIELOISE CRUSE All correspondence pertaining to the ik'loise column should be mailed directly Idoisc, King Features Syndicate, 235 K. 45lh Slrcel. New York, New York 10017. Dear Heloise: put them in the freezer. Let I never had anything to write t n c m accurm i]ate for a party, about to you hut the day finally Warm in a fl a t pal)i stic i a arrived when I came up with toompick in each one anc | serve this hint using plastic bags with a s n r j m p sauce . (large trash bags'or leaf bags). R M H It might help automobile travelers who do not have much p par n e ] 0 j se: room for luggage in their small The cans our ,, aby . s formu i a . compact cars, or for those who C()mes in h a v e resea i ab i e do not wish to fold their neatly p i a s t i c li(iSi m a k j n g them ironed clothes. reusable. After ironing a week before Scoops equal ,,, a my trip, I hung everything on come in each can 812 8th Avenue First to Dodds . . . Then The Easter Parade Take advantage of this year's fashions to look your prettiest on Easter morning. hangers so th'ey wouldn'l wrinkle (including shirts). chen anri lhe camper . The night before, I took a plastic trash bag and asked m hushand to hold the bag oper while I put in the clothes. After letting all the air out, 1 wrapped the wire around the hangers and was able to lay the clothes on top of everything else we were taking. Without the use of big bulky suitcases was able to put my undies, cosmetics, etc. in our overnight bag^. The best thing about this plastic luggage is my clothes were ready to be hung in the closet without taking time to unpack after a long tiresome trip and a l s o . . . lhe plastic luggage was used as a laundry bag for dirty clothing. Upon my return home, all I had to do was put away my clean clothes (which was vcr little), and dump all the dirty clothes into the hamper until 1 was ready to do the familj wash. How's that for an inexpensive piece of luggage? Love you, Shirle\ For inexpensive luggage that is great. Ladies, it's something to remember next time you plan a trip. Heloise Letter of Laughter Dear Heloise: I wish about 40-11 people would write to you about how to find your centipedes--oops! I mean, eye glasses. I reckon there are a jillion of us out here who will be "all cars" to learn how to keep track of our "eyes." As you know, glasses with legs are an infuriating matter. Mrs. M.C..Johnson Just arrived! A large selection of Edith Flagg dresses. Dear Heloise: Cut your leftover hot dogs and sausages in half-inch slices, and 4-Drawer Files From $44.95 DOWNTOWN BUNNY DAYS Friday and Saturday Bunnies on the streets will hand out free candy and script money redeemable in participating stores. 8249th St. --Open Friday Nights We have several in the kit- Judith E.Ellis IDear Heloise: I found a great way to use my polyester knit scraps. 1 am zig-zagging them to- igether on iny sewing machine for an afghan, and it will be so washable! Mrs. E. Gibson Dear Heloise: Regarding Mrs. Fischer's idea of brightening shells, I am sure it works fine, but I think I have a good method, too. I coat mine thinly with clear nail polish. I have some done 15 years ago that are still sparkling bright. They can be dusted so, easily. Mary Benninghouse Copyright, 1»73 King Features Syndicate, Inc. 66 Bikini Panties Regularly $1 Parity Hose Regularly $1 Nude to waist, 1st quality TOPS $799 Values to $14 Super looks for highrise pants. Downtown J * 1 * »· it* * * Bunny Days Specials Open Friday till 8:30 Make a stop at Carousel The Store With the Pink Door * * ** mm 100% POLYESTER DOUBLE KNITS DOTTED SWISS fret, tool domejtic m paitel dots on 29 YD. PRINTED DOTTED SWISS flocked de and domestic dotted : look ale! 65% docron, 35' fashionable 'ide. Machi 1 press. no woih ond dn $169 1 YD. Polyester CREPE PRINTS 100% polyester crepe, cool and lightweight for summer wear. Polka dots and prints, 45" wide, machine wash and dry. $199 I POLYESTER KNITS « «i. -j XV',,"" '- FASHION INTERFACING Regularly 49 per yard. 100% Polyester interfacing, non-woven anri permanent prtss for shape that really stays. 25" wide on rolls, white only. *Jf FOR 1 fabrific FABRIC CENTERS HILLSIDE SHOPPING CENTER »252» nth Ave. · Ph 354 3S ,, HOURS: Mondaythru Saturday 9a.m.to6p m OPEN SUNDAY 1-5

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