Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on October 14, 1969 · Page 14
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 14

Greeley, Colorado
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Tuesday, October 14, 1969
Page 14
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HAPPY BIRTHDAY! Make that first birthday party memorable as a happy time, free from" undue fussing. Everyone is more relaxed when meal preparallon is kept simple -- simple to prepare and to serve. Celebrate First Birthday With Easy Luncheon Menu First anniversaries. of any To complete kind are very special occasions. Baby's first birthday may be more Mom's and Dad's party,' but nevertheless, it's a very special event to be celebrated. Plan it to fit the one-year- old's schedule by 'giving a luncheon party. The party over in time lo get the youngsters home for afternoon naps. Toddlers seem lo eat better when they share a meal with other children and it's never too early to begin socializing. Little ones need lots of attention and supervision. It's a good idea to keep the menu simple by serving Macaroni-Alphabets and Beef Casserole, a hearty main dish - in - a - jar, a new product this is available in food stores. It is extra nutritious for youngsters r.-nd easy - to - serve for busy mothers. luncheon menu, serve milk as a beverage, and for dessert, ice cream topped with a junior fruit. The birthday cake can be easily decorated with animal cookies for Q. What is the name of this cut of meat? A. Beef Rolled Rump. CJ. Where docs it come from? How is it identified? A. It comes from the beef round, a section of the hindquarter. The stand- ins rump is boned, rolled and tied to make this modern, compact cut. R. How is it prepared? A. By braising or by roasting (if of high quality). To braise, brown meat on all sides in 2 tablespoons lard or drippings. Pour off drippings. Season. Add a small amount of liquid. Cover tightly and cook over low heat until tender. Allow 3 to 4 hours total cooking time for a 3 to 5-pound cut. To roast, place meat, fat side up, on rack in open roasting pan. Insert roast meat thermometer so bulb is in center. Do not add water or cover. Roast in a slow oven (300°F. to 325°F.) to desired degree of doneness (140°P. to 170°F.). a gay approach that's sure to entice the younger set. Little cups'beside each place setting hold raisins and cookies which can be taken home for an afternoon snack. The party theme can be carried out with attractive disposable paper plates, cups and napkins. Many are available with a center piece to match or they can be purchased individually. frrom By HELOISE CRUSE oi6e All corrtspondtnci ptrUinlng to the Htleiu .column thould b* mtiltd diroctly to Htloix, King Featuroi Syndiuti, 235 E. 45th Strwt, Niw York, New York 10017. Dear Heloise: It's a good idea to repair your gardening, tools before you put them away at the-end of the season. If you want to paint the handles, there's a very easy way to do it.'Just tie each tool upside down with string, rope or wire to a tree limb or anything handy. Even the clothesline. Makes the job much easier and they dry evenly and quickly. Merva Shultz nake them'. · Mrs. G. L. Barlow * · + * Dear Heloise: When sitting down to write a letter why not play it Dear Heloise: . ·Just wanted to tell you about a darling idea for a bathroom. I'm sure you have seen those pretty bouffant curler caps that come in such an array of styles and colors. They are really just Beautiful and can be bought at any dime store. I was looking at my commode cover and decided it was realy disreputable looking. Besides that, I was tired of it. So, I got the idea of laking my curler cap lhat was all pink, lacy and frothy looking (and matched my bathroom decor beautifully), slipped off the ild cover and put the curler 'ap on it its place. You just can't emagine how 1 added to my bathroom . . . made it "company" pretty! A. R. * * Dear Heloise: Before doing dishes I remove my rings and put them on (he ittle spout on my hand lotion lotlle lhat I keep by the sink. H's really a perfect place for ings because when you finish wilh the dishes you always put n hand lotion, and you'll never Father-Son Halloween Banquet Slated Oct. 30 The First United Methodist Church wilt hold its annual Father and Son Halloween Banquet on Thursday evening, Oct. 30, in the Fellowship Hall. Buckets of smokehouse spaghetti and lots of Halloween ? un will be prepared by the Esther Circle of the Women's Sociely of Chrislian Service under the leadership of Mrs. Wai-, ter Hulsberg, general chairman, assisted by Mrs. James Waring and Mrs. Richard Murray. Tickets for fhis casually- dressed event will be issued by advance sale only. All church members are cordially invited to atlend. these magnificent 282 sq. in. Big-Screen Consoles fine furniture, bring you superb pictures four times bigger than today's average portable orget your rings. Mother's Helper Dear Heloise: Here's how my daughter and warn each other to watch the as gauge in our car (which ve share). As soon as we notice the juage is on the quarter marks, ve tie a facial tissue around tie horn ring. Not only will it warn each ither that we are getting low in gas, but it will remind us o stop and fill up when we are near our regular station. Mrs. Fred Galante * * * Dear Heloise: I've found that if you use a dab of peanut butter on yourTues., Oct. 14, 19G9 mousetrap, it works belter than cheese and is less expensive. Mrs. J. B. * * * Guess it's all just a matter of taste--the mouse's, that is!' Heloise * * * Letter of Laughter Dear Heloise: I predict that: Children are going to miss on that very important Sixty-Four Dollar Question when they arc asked: "Who invented (hat fan- tabulous material called,net?" And they will answer, "Some lady called Heloise." Mrs. R.D.R. * * * Dear Heloise: After buying a new end table, we looked for large coasters to protect the finish when we set down our coffee mugs and other glasses with large bases. There were none to be found n the stores in the size we needed. So, my husband got (he brilliant idea of buying nine-inch "indoor-outdoor" carpet tiles and cutting them in quarters. They are not only' attractive and inexpensive, but come in many colors to suit any decor. The foam padding on the bottom makes them skidproof, and iince they can be washed easily, When you have to remove here's no worry about stains, We got a dozen coasters at a ·cry nominal cost and it took inly ten minutes culling time to GREEf,EY TRIBUNE Page 15 ;afe and grab two ballpoint pens --jusl in case one runs oul of nk. 11 just happened to me. Rose Delia Rios * * * Copyright, 1909, ing Features Syndicate, Inc. 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