Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on April 13, 1973 · Page 21
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 21

Greeley, Colorado
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Friday, April 13, 1973
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ZZ GKEELEY (Cole.) TRIBUNE Fri.. April», lf» Spring flowers brighten your spirits The beauty of spring flowers have adequate drainage and joyed throughout the house, and flowering plants brightens should not be allowed to stand Any low open container, with your spirits and adds joy to in water. In general, flowering florists' foam or a metal pin every home -- and this feeling plants need more light than foli- holder as a base, will be ideal of rejuvenation, after all, is at age plants, but avoid direct for a mixture of flowers with an the very heart of the Easter and sunlight, spring season. Nature is gloriously generc at this time of year, so let yo all-around effect. The. one range far and wide. Lilies, azal-. your whole family. eas, hydrangeas, tulips, hya- For wearing at church and in Mr. and Mrs. Virgil R. Green il Greens to mark 30th wedding anniversary church, in the Easter guideline to keep in mind when parade, and at home, let the · arranging spring flowers is: glorious fresh flowers of spring keep them loose, simple and selection of flowers and plants show Jhe joy and happiness of charmingly natural-looking. Yes, springtime is here. Capture nature's abundance and cinths and daffodils are tra- (he Easter parade, there is an enjoy the full promise of the ditional favorites, American appropriate festive flower for florists report, and they provide every member -- one that will beauty and fragrance to rest make each person feel and look the eyes and stimulate the exuberant... the old feel young spirit. . and the young feel older. One single plant can be a In the home, a centerpiece of focal point in the family or mixed spring flowers on the ,, living room. Depending upon dining'table will spark appe- the mood of the beholder, it will tiles and add that touch of grac- provide a note of cheerfulness ious l i v i n g . Spring flowers P resented an enlightening pro- and excitement, or it will be an adorning other parts of the gram concerning cancer and object for serene appreciation house will make for a very women for the Graduate Dames of the University of Northern Colorado when they gathered at the home of their sponsor, Mrs. A. K. Reynolds on April 9. He showed two films "Breast Self-examination" and "Time Wayne plants need more water when in child like innocence of coun- and Tw ° Women '" the latter season with flowers. Graduate Domes hear Dr. Cooke Dr. Bryan Cooke of the American Cancer Society Virail ^reenS TO marK and contemplation. pleasant and enjoyable atmos- The happiness and warmth phere for all the days of spring, flowering plants give can last Consider, for example, the well beyond Easter, too. The robust, gypsy beauty of Society suggests that they be anemones and iris; the ele- Mr.andMrs. Virgil R. Green, Raymer, Rex William Green of watered regularly because gance of lilies and orchids; the 3102 17th Ave., will celebrate Denver, and Darrin their 30th wedding anniversary Eicher of Gunnison. at a small family dinner Friday evening with their son, Richard Merle Geene, U.S. Army, Colorado Springs, and daughter, Marilyn Kay, a . student at John Evans Junior High School. Mary Kalherine Morris and Virgil Rex Green were married in Wichita, Kan., April 13, 1943. They are the parents of seven sons and daughters, Mrs. Dennis (Betty) Kugler of New R a y m e r , Kenneth Green of Denver, Mrs. Billy Joe (Carolyn) Harrold of Laredo, Tex.; Mrs. Dennis (Donna) Kit-tier nf Gunnison, Mrs. Don (Vivian) Christian of Greeley, Richard M. Green and Marilyn Kay Green. ' Green is employed in Denver and Mrs. Green drives a bus for School District Six. There are five grandchildren, Debbie Kay, Pnlli Ray and Albert Daniel Billiard of New To Size 48! PRINTED PATTERN full bloom. The plants must flowers and daisies; and the delicacy of sweet peas, acacia, and baby's-breath. Add to these sunny and bright daffodils, tulips, and snapdragons and the result is magnificent colors that Dorothy Strubel speaks to PWP dealing with uterine cancer. . Hostesses for the evening, Mrs. Bill Massey of North Dakota and Mrs. Larry Fanucchi of California, carried out the Easter theme. Prizes were won by Mrs. Richard Menzel of outshine the r a i n b o w . . . shapes Minneso(a y and textures that exemplify of Louisiana FLOWERS GREET SPRING -- Tone guideline to keep in mind when arranging flowers, according to the florist, the one who knows, is to keep them loose, simple and charmingly natural-looking. Fancy knits are In V INSIDE Facts About The OUTSIDE LAWN The lawn is the basic element of most garden designs linking together all other plantings, trees, shrubs, and flower beds into a harmonious whole. More than that, a beautiful lawn has an emotional appeal that can sometimes be translated into s p i r i t u a l comfort and sometimes into dollars and cents profit. It offers peace and serenity, and though no one can exactly measure the monetary value of a fine lawn, real estate agents know it exists and lhat it usually represents an amount far above the cost of the lawn's installation. We have many years of experience installing lawns in this area and arc ready to make estimates at any time. We in- only the finest materials and seeds on the market. We also have a service crew to fertilize arid spray lawns, using proven products lhat produce the best results. We are willing to make personal surveys of your lawn problems at anytime. For those preferring to do their own work, an experienced man is available at our nursery to help select (he right material for any lawn problem. MORGAN NURSERY Ph. 353-1677 2200 Reservoir Rd. The next meeting will include of UNC graduate students are wound U P lhe Paris It's important to use the cor- Mrs. Dorothy Strubel of Ihe nature's artistry . . . and frag- Weld County Public Health ranees that bring refreshing bridge and games, eommneing Department spoke to Chapter vitality to every home. a( 7:3Q , 23 M * 223, Parents Without Partners, Spring flowers are ideal for and led an animated discussion full, 'oose mixed bouquets as con j ia ij y j nv j te( i on venereal diesase, at Ihe we " as simple arrangements home of Mrs. Ivalee Toney, of J ust a few flowers. A slender Tuesday evening. vase, pitcher, or bud vase are reel amount of salt in a yeast The chapter will gather perfect for three or five flowers, bread because too much salt Friday evening al the country This way flowers can be en- will retard the yeast action.- home of Bob Fraker, west of Greeley, for a card party andl social. / Parents Without Partners is an international non-profit, nonsectarian, educational organization devoted to the welfare and interest of single parents and their children. All activities of Chapter 223 are listed in Ihe social calendar of the Tribune, two days before the event takes place. By ALISON LERRICK AP Fashion Writer PARIS (AP) -- Sonia Rykiel dark color range: bottle green, SWEET AND SOUR, RED CABBAGE Currant jelly adds fine flavor and color. 1 medium head (about 2-. pounds) red cabbage /4 cup butter ^ i 1 tablespoon sugar 1 -3rd cup cider vinegar. 3 /j cup water 3 medium apples 4 cup red currant jelly I teaspoon salt 'A teaspoon pepper · Remove tough outer leaves from cabbage. Cut head in half and with a sharp knife cut each half into fine shreds, discarding core. (Firmly packed shredded cabbage will measure 2 to 2'/2 quarts). In a large saucepot over moderate heat melt butter; stir in sugar; mix in cabbage and cook, stirring, about 3 minutes. Mix in vinegar, and water. Cover and cook over low heat for 1M hours, mixing occasionally and adding a small amount of water if needed. At end of cooking lime, peel and core apples and coarsely chop (there should be about 2 cups); add to cabbage with currant jelly, salt and pepper. Mix until jelly is dissolved. Continue ' U _T°L S !' P " rple ' WaCk ' brOW " TM° kin B- uncovered, about 30 and gray. minutes, mixing several times. The designers also take a m ^ ,, servings f i r m stand on shoes ' The Hints from Heloise By HELOISE CRUSE All correspondence pertaining to Ihe Heloise column should be mailed direclly In Ik'loisc. King Fealures Syndicate, 235 E. 45lh Street, New York. New York 10017. wear showings this morning shoe to have comes with an ex- with everything soft and supple tra . hi h and skinnier hee , Be . in knits or jersey and always in ware of escalators . the same colpr, from gray-blue and pink to black and yellow. Do you know how lo choose With longer skirts, un- eggsaccording to USDA labcls? button m front as high as your USDA Grade M (Qr Fresh egs can take it, Mrs. Ryk.el Fanc y) and USDA Grade A are like, a fanny-covering skinny character i z ed by the white and o^um? T' . COmeS ynolk emer e in 6 hi s h whoe TM a ",*.'. ,._:. e _ S ?I !V! l^ l ',_ eSa _T flat surface (a frying pan for instance); these grades are idea] for frying and poaching. bulky knit as the mohair cardigan jacket. Fresh vegetable cook book now available A great deal is being said Dear Helbise: As the mother of seven children, I know Ihe high cost of The cardigan comes in all USDA Grade B js characgcr . lengths, including shorter than jzed b (h( , wW , c spreading ot the sweater, for that layered more - than in Grades AA or A lo ° k - ... . . ' , - on a flat surface. They are Even this designer, who good for a| cooki and her on sweaters, does a baking The size js a((ributed (0 The bundles are made of nine- few , w ! nter coals wllh tie - belts the eggs according to minimum inch squares of nylon net, each a "_ h "^ _!If P Jf.l_? 0 _ cke '!- weightperdozen. one containing one-third cup of There alsn are enormous Replacement Bags for HOOVERS 49* 4980 SIZES 34-48 buy are junky and expensive so here's what I do: Take a plastic container, such these days about Ihe cost of as an old bleacb bott]e or a living, and home gardens have ga i lon railk container (some of been suggested as an alternate | hese are decorated with a to cut that cost by growing fresh pressed design , and cu( , ne , op off. You may scallop the edge. Cut a strip from the cut-off so simple a treat as an Easter puffed rice and tied with satin tbctic furs and honded capes ' a basket. Some of the ones you ribbons. sha P c that ' s sure lo come back The rice is easily swept up and simply flattens out if is should be stepped on, whereas regular rice is slick. Pricewise, · ue '. t , l " a it is less expensive and goes W a "' further. . ,. ' whether m lhe If'" 1 of "' " 1Venl "" 1 ' 7,'^ Wraps far 7 nd ^ . tles '" front can ^ used in two other ways: as a fruits and vegetables for home use. What's the greatest single lop to make a handle Usjng taste advantage a homemaker your eyelet plier , ool at(ach can give lo family meals? Many the strip wjth an evele| rivc| ,,, a meal-planner will agree that lbe opposite sides nf basket. The night before Easter, the Look young, slimmer, it is the lively flavor of fresh vibrantly alive in this zip- vegetables, and now a leading front pantsuit or dress that's seed company has come up with chilUren _,,,,,.._,,,,, , he haskpf . ideal for warmer days ahead. a cookbook to help make the w i h e u ± e d n c n while also Choose easycare knits, linen, most of that great taste, using Icora n e ress P r i n t p r i P a t t e r n J Q H n - t, _, r , , UeCOrailllg CggS. Take a hint from a bride: tu , rban or as j? *TM la P wlth a 'This is much softer (nan rice P Ia ' n J ersev " rndl showering down! Pe °P le whn P refer olher ,, , . ,, styles will he free to indulge _Mrs.RobbBagge ^selves next fall. Take a good look in the mirror and choose from: minis, midis, ankle-length skirts, Printed Pattern 4980: home-grown produce of "store pants and wide ones. The only consistency in the ready-to-wear showings is the Instead of using Ihe messy i lakes 2'A yards no-inch fabric. Seventy-five cents for each pattern --add 25 cents for each pattern for air mail and special handling. Send to Anne Adams, (Greeley Tribune 363), Pattern Dept., 243 West I.7lh St., New York, N.Y. 1001]. Print name, address with zip, size and style number. Quick, easy-sew way to a spring-summer wardrobe! Send for new Spring-Summer Pattern Catalog. Choose one pattern free. All sizes! 75 cents. Instant Sewing Book -- cut, fit, sew modern way. $1. Instant Fashion Book. $1. The new book, called "Garden Fresh Soups and Salads" is a hardcover volume containing more than 200 tested recipes. It is packed with full- color illustrations, and handy tips on buying and preparing vegetables of all kinds. There are recipes with new twists on old standbys, (chicken noodle soup or cucumber salad, for instance) plus adventurous ideas using such flavnrsnme vegetables as broccoli and spinach. 1-ook for details of Ihis conk- book offer al the Northup King seed displays in your supermarket or garden center. a few moments to whip a little pillow to fit in the bottom of the baskets. For the girls, I fill the pillow with nylon hose, for the boys I use beans. After Easter candy is gone the children have a dandy play bucket and the handle doesn't come off easily! Linda Johnson DRY CLEANING STEAM FINISH SWEATERS SKIRTS - BLOUSES NO LIMIT Beautifully Drycleaned and Finished in our Steam Cabinet 39* LADIES' DRESSES NO LIMIT THIS COUPON | Beautifully Drycleaned VALIDTHROUGH · and Finished in our HAY 7,1973 ' Steam Cabinet 69* THIS COUPON VALID THROUGH MAY 7,1973 MEN'S-LADIES' SPORT COATS BLAZERS NO LIMIT Beautifully Drycleaned and Finished in our Steam Cabinet 49 I TOP COATS c i CAR COATS i NO LIMIT THIS COUPON I Beautifully Drycleaned , anc 1 · - = - = - · - - - · · I Ste J. VALIDTHROUGH I and Finished in our MAY? 1973 Steam Cabinet 99 C THIS COUPON VALIDTHROUGH MAY 7,1973 Dear Heloise: Another use for your nylon net: I'm sure you are aware of how warm, but unflattering some of the popular knitted caps and berets are. Fill Ihem up with the net and you'll find they look much more at- Iraclive. Mrs. Gaby Nulile Letter of Laughter Dear Heloise: Throwing rice at Ihe newlyweds is still a custom in Ihese parts -- bill oh, when it comes to cleaning up those small grains afterward! My mother came up wilh Ihis fgreal idea. Why not throw puffed rice instead? Dear Heloise: Nowadays kids so often cut off long pants or Levis. . . .. , . . . . . . TV, i j . u i . i . straight skirls, dirndls, skinny I have found that these cut-off ° ,, A ,..,^ ,,,,,,,, pieces make cute sleeves for a shirt or a blouse. All my friends said it was a good idea and that I should send Young seamstress Dear Heloise: The edges of a black cal three-pocket purse were rather worn. A permanent black marking pen used on those worn edges renewed the looks of the purse remarkably! Lois Miller 25% OFF ON ALL 'EDSPREADS (ordered duringApril. Choose from over 200 patterns! 25% OFF ON ALL WOVEN wood ROMAN SHADES... a new idea in window treatments! ^flNTERIOR DESIGNERS and INSTALLERS D D Q U U 802 9th Street (downstairs at J. V. Smith's) Dear Heloise: " To avoid burned fingers and spills, use your cake rack when frozen dinners from Ihe oven -especially the larger ones with gravy, of juicy cobblers. Just hook two of the feet of the cake rack over the first bar on (he oven rack. Hold the rack with one hand and ease the foil pan onto the cake rack. Place rack and pan on counter to cool. You won't even need a mitt' and no danger of the sides of Ihe foil pan caving in. Johnnie Copyright, 197.1 King Features Syndicate, Inc. THE N E W S Y L E Designed to clean knits, synthetics, blends, durable press . . . all the new easy-care garments. FEATURING - . qualilr dry cleaning by Ihe pound or piece · slesm conditioning · l«sl service ·'ill al low, lo* budget pikes Classic Dry Cleaning Center and Laundromat Dry Cleinlni Bulk - by Ihe pound or Piece 353-3974 FRESH TURKEYS Oven Ready for Easter Hens 10 to 14 Ibs. Toms 20 to 22 Ibs. All orders must be in by April 17. Phone 284-6424 DURNELL POULTRY / ///^ THE CLASSIC SHIRT in SILKY POLYESTER Designed of 100% washable polyester. Beautifully tailored and so : o-o soft. Choose from white, pink, blue and yellow solids on red and white prints. Sizes 2 0 1 9 G R E E L E Y M A L L 353-8452

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