Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on October 11, 1969 · Page 2
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Greeley, Colorado
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Saturday, October 11, 1969
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Page 2 GREELEY TRIBUNE Sid., Oct. 11, 1969 Soroptimist Club Views Film On "The Colorado Carnation" The Soroptimist Club's dir tier meeting at the Farm Far Cafeteria Tuesday evening fe turcd a program on "The Col rado Carnation." Mrs. George Schroeler Merna's Flowers introduce George Brinkman, sales ma ager for Colorado Fiord Pr ducts, Inc. from Brighton, II guest speaker, whose remarl were illustrated with the filrr "Colorado Carnations Say Best." Modern speed has made possible to ship fresh flowers a over the nation and Europe. E pccially interesting is the tin ing process which makes th carnation available in all cofor of the rainbow. Although car nations do keep well, Brinkma stated that all purchasers sboul request preservation. Other guesls present wer George Schroeler, Mrs. Che Peters, a charter member of th Greeley Club and later mem bcr of the Loveland Club, wh lias returned to Greeley; Mrs Edwin Weigand, buyer at J. V Smith's, and Dr. Martha A Pool Ion of the Department of Horn Economics, Colorado State Co! lege. The International Association of Soroplimisl Clubs enters a new · biennium with Gunne Hazelius-Berg of Stockholm What this couniry needs is a good 1-cenisaie! We've got It ... the original REXALL 1c SALE begins Wednesday, October 16th ... lasts until Wednesday, the 22nd . . . don't · mill Itl GILBERT PHARMACIES · AVELDORADO DRUG 800 9th St. · DOWNTOWN PIIAR. 810 8th St. · WESTVIEW PHAR. 2434 10th St, · HILLSIDE PHARMACY 2B05 11th Ave. Sweden, as president. Slie v/11 pi'esido at. ihe Golden Jubilee in Rome, Italy, July, 1971. The Loveland Club will be hostess to the state meeting this weekend over which Dr. Miriam Benncr of Denver, regional governor, will preside. Club members will join oilier business women when the Business and Professional Women's Club entertains at its annual "Kick-off Breakfast" in recognition of National Business Women's Week, Oct. 20, at the Weld County Bank. The Cancer Education Serv. ice Committee has new materials and film available for any organization wishing a pro- ram. Contact Mrs. Lee J. West, 352-1C27, or Mrs. Norval Hinds, 352-1762, for this service. Hostesses for the evening were Misses Elhel Mitchell and Jewell Coffman. Miss Virginia Thrush an Urs. Ai'dilh Boyes will be hos esses for the business meetin, Oct. 20. The meeting place i o be announced. ( (C) 19(7 by Chicago Trlbune-N.Y. Newe «ynd.) Social Calendar Tuesday 9 a.m. Greeley Cal Cutte; TOPS Club, Recreation Center. 10:30 a.m. Welcome Wagoi Newcomers Club, brunch am card party at the American Legion. Reservations am cancellations should be mad by 10:30 a.m. Monday with Mrs. Gene Evanson, 353-6480 11 a.m. VFW Auxiliary hos pital sewing, Brannaman Hall Bring covered dish. 12:30 p.m. American War Mothers, covered dish lun chcon in the Blue Flame Room. Installation of officers 1:30 p.m. Senior Citizens Club, Health Hour. Cues speaker, Dr. Joe Haefell, "Eye Problems and Their Care for Senior Citizens." 7:15 p.m. A.M. Duplicate Bridge Club beginners and Intermediate games, Ramada Inn. 7:30 p.m. Hairdressers Ai- sociation, Affiliate 5, Leroy's Hair Stylists, 908 9th Ave. 8 p.m. Recovery, Inc., Our Savior's American Lutheran Church. B p.m. Potidro Valley Lodge No: 12, Odd Fellows Hall. 8 p.m. Social Science Circle, Dr. and Mrs. John Weaver. 8 p.m. Garden City Chapter No. 3, Order of Eastern-Star, initiation. By Abigail Vm Burm DEAR ABBY: This will be neither short nor sweet as I have a lot to tell. 1 am a young woman, 40. I married a serviceman at 1». We have two sons. After 21 years, my husband wants a divorce. (He has somebody else.) Abby, military life is all I have ever Jtnown. I have never worked and wouldn't know what kind of job I could get or hold. I gave this man my life and now h« wants to give it back to me -- in pieces. Mine was one of those "have to" weddings, but I have tried so hard to be a good wife and mother. There was new much love on his side. He looked on me and the boys as « "responsibility.". Now, after 21 years I am alone with the boys. One Is going into the service soon. I am now living with my parents. I can't afford to send the boys to college, or even to a trade school. My husband makes $13,000 a year. He retires next year on _GOO a month, plus a $15,000 a year job. We have about $9,000 savings, plus his insurance. I don't know which way to turn. I am going to try to see my husband and talk to him. If he refuses, I'll get myself a motel room End take my bottle of pills. Then my husband will have to take care of my boys. What else is there for me · to do? BROKE, HEARTBROKEN AND ALONE DEAR BROKE: If you hivtn't M«n · lawytr -- M» ml If you don't know a lawyer, g«t in touch wW» your St«t» Bar Association. Or call your local Ltflal Aid SocMy. Tiny will provide you with · competent attorney at no c*tt to you If you or* "broke." You and your tons will be provided for in accordance with your hutband's meant. The law will tee to that. And if there if a Suicide Prevention Center In your area, call them. They have trained penonnel whe convene) with "broken-hearted and lonely" people by the hundreA. Ifs not possible to ascertain how many live* they have actually saved, but I'm sure they have saved many. Coed luck. DEAR ABBY: I have been married for a year to a most wonderful man. We are both young, and «iy husband makes a very good living. We have a comfortable home and a reasonable amount of money saved. My problem is this: My husband gets furious every time 1 look in his billfold. I have looked in it several times when he has been in the shower, and when he catches me he almost goes berserk. What do you suppose he has to hide? NO NAME PLEASE DEAR NO NAME: I don't know. But whatever It It, one of these days you are apt to find It--and you may regret It. DEAR ABBY: Saw the letter from "Foolish But Lucky" and wish that you would let your readers know that we, members of the Refrigeration Service Engineers Society, have been waging a campaign for several years to alert the public to the danger of abandoned refrigerators. This year The Boy Scouts of America are helping us. All members of our society are pledged on receipt of a notice of a hazard of this type, to immediately remove the door, or transport it to a dump or salvage yard after making it safe. There is no charge for this service. Almost every refrigeration service shop or repair shop has one of our members employed. Sincerely, HAROLD BOYD, JACKSON, TENN. Everybody hat a problem. What's yours? For a personal reply write to Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Calif. WM9, and enclose a stamped, self-addressed envelope. According to the Investment Co. Institute, Mutual Funds arc the fastest growing investment medium in the nation. If you would like to find out how Mutual Funds might be of possible benefit to you in: 1. Planning for retirement income. 2. Accumulating money for education. 3. Hedging against inflation. 4. Getting more income on present savings. 5. Estate planning and distribution. 6. Supporting a dependent relative. 7. Making an income reserved gift to a church or charity. 8. Corporate Profit-Sharing Plans. 9. Self-employed Tax Sheltered Retirement Plans. 10. Gifts to grandchildren. For Details, Costs, Risks and Opportunities See, Call or Write FLOOD AND PETERSON INVESTMENT CO. Balanced Financial Planning Based On Sound Investment Principles 1331 8th Avenue Ph. 352-2623 Horoscope Forecast By Carroll Righter MONDAY OCTOBER 13 GENERAL TENDENCIES: All sorts of chances are now jrescnt for you to get at those responsibilities that are a parl of your life ng a good citizen. II s also ah excellent time to take advantage of whatever will make a quicker inroad into .hose bills you need to collect. 3e resourceful, clever. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 10) Give more heed to those hunches that you have since they can 3e very helpful in whatever your sphere of endeavor may be. The evening can be delightful with Ihe one you love. Be gentle. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Be sure you get your points across with a big wig or partner who is about to mow you down. Take your rightful place in the scheme of things. Make a fine impression on the trade, etc. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Be sure you handle every duly ahead of you meticulously. Don't postpone them or you get into trouble later on. A good day to adjust that wardrobe problem. Be sure you do not fall for some aggressive salesperson. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) During spare time, set up Uiose appointments for the weeks, months ahead that are important to you, be they of a personal or business nature. Get the O.K. you need from higher up for some fine talent you possess. Commercialize on it. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Make your home a more liar monious and comfortable place and others will be happier there. Look for the cause behint puzzling behavior. Then you know exactly how to proceed. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22; BRAKE PEDAL LOW? GET IT ADJUSTED AT RANCH WHOLESALE NOW A Ac MC« ONLY TT Tf and Pickups Those appointments you have been putting off can now be made with fine results follow ing. Make sure you do not lose out on any telephone calls tha could mean .advancement in your special field of endeavor LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) You can make those business affairs pay off well now that lias been difficult for you to do in the past. You have good advice from one who has been very successful. Work with vim and wisdom. ' SCORPIO..(Oct. 23 to Nov. ,1) Figure out how to gain the cooperation , of allies for the jrojects you have in mind anc ichieve more happiness in the uture. Do some entertaining onight. Gain the good will ol cey people. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Certain situations have jeen very puzzling in the past, Dut investigation now clears Jiem up very nicely. Quite a good evening for happiness with romantic tie. Show that you are a dashing individual. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) If you state your aims to ;ood friends, allies, they will cooperate with you in seeing to it that you achieve them. Make the correct choice through social invitations. Avoid those who have little to offer. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Although you are idealistic, this is the time to think in a practical vein and gain assistance of others in such lines. Make more public appearances, Find your forle there PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) This is the day to find the" right outlets that take you out of tha rat and make your life more to your liking. Look into the righl sources. Forget about being so indolent. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY . . . he, or she, will be one of those interesting young people with a remarkably strong will, although possibly clothed in a delicate bjdy Teach early to cooperate with others for best results, otherwise your progeny may become one of who loses his temper when iliings do not go as he wanted. He then loses out where patience and reason could have won. Any pioneering professions are fine here, or the field of investigation. "The Stars impel, they do not compel.'' 1 What you make of your life is laregly up to you! (Distributed by McNaught Syndicai-e, Inc.) frrom *-S*teioi6e By HELOISE CRUSE All eorr*p«ndtnct ptrtilnlng to th* Htlolw ctlumn should b« mailed directly t» Htl«tft, King FMturti Syndicate, 235 E. 45th Straff, New York, Hew York 10017. Dear Heloise: My smart daughter has .two small children and hit on th Idea of a Dutch door between the kitchen and dining room She used only the lower half of the door and put a shelf on the top of it. ' This is great for keeping the kiddies out, yet she can see everything'they are doing. The lock is on the knob on tin kitchen side, so it can be locket and ·'· ·dull can 'reach over and .unlock it, but th« children can't. She then mounted her paper iowel holder on the kitchen side of the door and the towels are right-there... Pat Moore Oh, that's'a tricky one, al right. We sometimes have to resort to all kind* of gimmicks don't we, to :keep those little lands out of trouble. Heloise * * * Dear Heloise: When washing colored tennis shoei and you don't know just whit to do with the white shoe- acet, try this: Put the laces In a small jar and pour in bleach, water and soap. Then while you scrub the shoes, the strings will soak clean as can be. Marlene Roush * * * Letter of Thought Dear Heloise: Mother is a gardener . , planting seeds of faith, truth and love In the lives of her children that develop into the fair- st flowers of character, virtue and happiness. Diana DeWitt Dear Heloise: My daughter «by's diapers befor* going to he home of my daughter-maw, who had two babies in diapers. Sure helps In keeping the Japcrs separated. I know, be- ause I went along as their sit- er. M. McCann * * * Dear Heloise: Do not discard rinds of grape- nit, lemons or oranges. Grate In rinds and place them in a ightly covered glass jar and tore in the refrigerator. Makes excellent flavoring for akes, frosting and such. Also, prinkle the orange rind over hicken and Hie grated lemon ind over fish. Magnifico! Mrs. L. * * * )ear Heloise: I raked our lawn today and guess what I did to hold my lastic leaf bag open I shook it out, then clipped ne side to our chain-link ence with two clip clothespins. Made it so much easier to II, as I only needed one hand hold it open. Your Fan * * * )ear Heloise: I bought tiny zippers and and-sewed one on the lop of left outside pocket of each f my children's coats and ackets (my kiddies are all ght-handed). Now they don't lose their unch money or bus tokens! Thanks for your homey col- mn which has brought me ·iendship from people I have ever met. I love them all and you. Tired Mommy of prints and had your apron strings tangle into a real puzzle? I've solved this . . . Before I load the clothes, tie a large bow in each apron The strings are then short and they don't twist up. Surely much easier to jus pull a string and undo them later. Betty Ferguson Dear Heloise: When I decorate a cake with white frosting, I sometimes shave colored gum drops very thin and put them on the cake They curl like little roses are make a beautiful topping, Copyright, 1969, King Features Syndicate, Inc. Graduate Dames To Hold Meeting Graduate Dames of Colorado State College will hold the first ·neeting of their fall season on Monday, Oct. 13 at 7:30 p.m. in 243 of the College Center. The organization is a social jroup open to the wives of CSC graduate students and meets tinted her O n the second and fourth Monday evening of each month hroughout the academic school year. Bridge, canasta, knitting and sewing groups will be formed. Bridge lessons will be available. Hostesses for the first meeting will be Mrs. Carroll Barber, Mrs. Frederick Brown, Mrs. Bill McLean, Mrs. Bob Van Galder, and Mrs. Earle Winters. Wives of CSC graduate students are cordially invited to attend, take part in the activities and get acquainted. Further information may be obtained or transportation may be arranged by calling the group's spon- son, Mrs. Arthur Reynolds, 3526920. ear Heloise: Have you ever washed a load DAV Auxiliary Plans Halloween Festivity Plans for Halloween festivities including a party to be hefd in conjunction with a covered dish dinner on Oct. 21, were made at the regular business meeting of the Disabled American Veterans Auxiliary Chapter 8 Tuesday evening. The party and supper will be at the DAV Hall, 2406 6th.Ave., " ginning at 6:30 p.m. It was announced at the meeting that the state executive committee would meet Oct. 12 be- on at 10 a.m. at the Murphy-Borelll Post Home at 1225 Broadway in Denver. There will be hospital sewing at the home of Mrs. Delia Pryor 607 22nd St., on Oct. 27, at 7:30 p.m. The next DAV Auxiliary business meeting will be at 8 p.m. on Nov. 4, also at the DAV Home, 2406 6th Ave. FAIRBANKS-An 800-mile oil pipe line is planned to Valdez. No finer way to pledge your love! Nothing stands as a symbol of love more beautifully than a diamond from Weiss Jewelry. Superb diamonds carefully selected for their high quality in cut, clarity, color and carat weight. And they're set in the mounting that will fit her taste. You art invited to see our complete collection soon. · Vl/e eiAA Your Diamond Store Is. 819 Tenth St. A PRAYER IS LIKE A TELEGRAM A prnyer is just a stmpln way . . . Of asking God to hear . . . Whatever words wo want to say . . , Of sentiment Bincera . . . The words that spell our problems out . . . And ask His timely aid ... Whenever we are filled -with doubt . . . Or we are too afraid . . . When tragedy is near at hand . . . Or It has struck a blow . . . And only God will understand ing we know . . prayer we give tude we feel . . . allowed to live The suffer. But also in a . . . The grati- Because -we are . . . And share Reed P. Adamton the commonweal . . . A prayer is like a letter or ... A telegram we send . . . When we would penetrate the door . . . Of our beloved Friend. H. 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