Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on October 14, 1969 · Page 15
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 15

Greeley, Colorado
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Tuesday, October 14, 1969
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I'asce 16 ttREBLEY TRIBUNE Tu««., Social Calendar ThurteSay 10 a.m. -12 noon. Defensive Driving Program for Senior Citizens, Recreation Center. (Third lesson.) 1 p.m. First Congregational Church, United Church of Christ, 16th Street and 21st Avenue, Group 4, Lounge, hostesses, Mines. Glenn House, R. V, Sweet, Oliver McCain- ish, Ralph Noffsinger. 1 p.m. Senior Citizens Club, Recreation Center. 1:30 p.m. Lampas Sorority, Mrs. Gail G. Snoefclra. 2 p.m. Jane Jefferson Club of Weld County, tea, Democratic Headquarters, 930 9th Ave. ft p.m. Extension Homemakers Club, Mrs. Lee Roy Goldsmith. 8 p.m. Greeley City Pan- hellenic meeting In Community Room of Weld County Bank. Detective Robert l-lirsch will speak on narcotics. ATHENS - Daily newsprint is limited to an 8-page quota. Rent Cathtryn Kemhner Typewriters All Makes--Portable! and Standard! VTCTOR ADDING MACHINES. FREE DELIVERY 3 Months Rent May Apply on Purchase Engagement Announced Mr. and Mrs. 0. A. Kershner of Amoret, Mo. have announced the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Calheryn Sue, to Carl Steven Mendrickson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ilendrickson of Eaton. Miss Kershner is employed in Ihe pharmacy of (he Bales County Memorial Hospital in Missouri. Hendrickson is attending Colorado State Col/ege where he is Oct - 14 ' 1969 Get New Booklet On Buying Tips Want to know more about how lo buy canned and frozen vegetables? You can learn with the help of a new pamphlet publisher by the U. S. Department · of Agriculture. ' "How to Buy Canned anc Frozen Vegetables," prepared by USDA's Consumer and Marketing Service, describes the quafity ' characteristics and available styles of canned and frozen vegetables. It also explains the USDA grades for these products. Both grade and style affect the price of a vegetable, and how you may want to-use it. Most canned and frozen vegetables are packed in at least two grades. Learning .the dif' ferences between these grades can be helpful in choosing.-the quality that suits your needs, your purpose, and your pocketbook. . - · a pre-med student. The couple is planning a Christmas wedding and later expect to make Colorado. their home in Single copies of "How to Bu; tinned and Frozen Vegetables, Home and Garden Bulletin No. 1B7, are available on postcard request to the Office of Information, U. 'S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. 20250. Please include In recent years, the. world has jecome somewhat easier for the sizable minority of left-handed jcople! Manufacturers now turn ut left-handed golf clubs, egg )eaters, fishing reels, desks, and other articles. Some banks furnish left-handed checkbooks, the stubs to the right of the checks. Stuff South Seas Style Duckling With Fruit Rice Suggesting the casual mode ol dining in the tropics, the fruited rice stuffing features the flavors of orange, banana, and coconut. Served with a tossed salad anc semi - sweet pouring dressing, this succulent duckling is ideal for an informal dinner party. If you prefer to barbecue the duckling, on an electric rotisserie indoors, simply insert the rotisserie spit through the cavities of the bird and tighten the holding.prongs at both ends of .the duckling. Tie the wings against the breast. Tie the legs together loosely, looping the cord around the tail, and then tighten the cord to hold the bird securely on the spit. Available all year in supermarket frozen meat display cases, duckling is easy to prepare and serve. For your convenience, the National Duckling Council suggests that you always keep a brace of fresh frozen duckling in your freeezr. A highly nutritious food, Horoscope Forecast lo gain new insight on ideas have and wish to develop sources for information you re- ARIES (Mar, 21 to Apr. 19) are supplied with data for ad vancemenl in the future. Don't hesitate to put it lo good use. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) need quick attention. Give it and GEMINI (May 21 lo June 21) Come out with good ideas CARPET SALE! GREEN GOLD CARPET at only-- Per tq. yd. KITCHEN CARPET Norseman Quality Buy and Save Reg. 13.95 Now-SHAG Acrilan, very heavy, only-Per sq. yd. INDOOR-OUTDOOR CARPET-CARPET MART Open Daily 9:00 to 5:30 Closed Sunday 1621 9th St. 353-0880 Open Mon., Wed. and Friday Nights Till 8: HAVE YOU WRITTEN A BOOK? A publisher's representative will be In Greeley In November. He will be Interviewing local authors in a quest for finished manuscripts suitable for book publication by Carlton Press, Inc., well-known New York publishing firm. All subjects will be considered Including fiction and non-fiction, poetry, drama, religion, philosophy, etc. If you have completed a book-length .manuscript (or nearly so) on any subject, and would like a professional appraisal (without cost or obligation), please write Immediately describing your work and stating which part of the day (a.m. or p.m.) you would prefer for an appointment. You will promptly receive a confirmation for a definite time and place. Authors with completed manuscripts unable to appear may send thsm directly to the representative (address below) for a free reading and evaluation. He will also be glad to hear from those whose literary works are still in progress. Please address: ALAN F. PATER Editorial Representative 195 South Beverly Drive Beverly Hills, California 90212 Tel.: (213) 271-5558 By Carroll Righter WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 15 greater harmony between you Today is an unusually good ?'V d V^ associates Reach day to travel, to make changes better understanding tha wasn't · possible before. Then delve into that hobby that is so very satisfying. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) The more effort and enthusiasm you put in your work, the more you accomplish. Plan how to improve your wardrobe. Then take the time to start buying the main pieces. LEO (July 22 lo Aug. 21) First do your work well and handle finances properly. Then gel into the recrealional aclivilies you enjoy during spare time today Showing particular devotion to male is wise and right. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Gain satisfaction by making kin linppy today. Find the time to make improvements around your house. Adding a few art pieces or color improves your surroundings. LIBRA (Sept. 23 lo Ocl. 22) Communicating wilh .persons whose ideas are different lo yours but who can still he helpful to you, is wise. Improve daily routines. Better study Further into thai new interest before you get into it. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Plan just how you can get all those bills paid more easily and add to your banking, account, also. See how lo make properly, etc., more valuable. Slop playing tricks on a close tie you have hurt before. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) It is important thai you go out socially and be with persons who are interesting and charming, and have a delightful lime. Take the treatments first thai make you look very attractive. Dress well. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) You must make detailed arrangements now if you are to be successful in that new project you have started. Be with experts who can give you the data you require. Find some new 'hobby tonight. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) A good day to see thai good friend who is outspoken but really understands you and has your interests al heart.. See what he thinks of some new project you have. Out to the social this evening with those .-you like. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) You have art opportunity to stale your aims to some bigwig you know and gel his support and advice. Show your finest talents. Don't permit others to downgrade you, just because you are a naturally courteous person. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY . . . he, or she, will be one of Uiose young individualists wilh a curious mind, so be sure to always give your progeny the, true facts. Give the finest education that will help him learn about different philosophies, ideas. This will help him select his true profession in life.. There is much activity and travel de noted here. A certain amount of mental discipline is necessary. visible. It is known'that eight- inths of the iceberg is below ie ocean's surface. Whatever e size of the drug abuse prob- m, aulhorities agree that cnowledgcable parents have it !'their power to shrink it. Mothers particularly, as uardians;of the family health, an do much to correct-miscon- eptions. The members of the imily must understand that ex- erimenting with drugs is. dan- erous; "going -along with the '0\vd":oan be risky; and there no glamor in drug .abuse. The Council on Family Health, non-profit organization spoiir ired as a public service by lembers of : the drug industry, (now the Terminology Furniture Styles Now Many Wear FALSETEETH With Little Worry Doyour false teeth nnnoyand embarrass you by coming loose and Uropplng whenever you cat, laugh or talk? Then sprinkle FA8TKKTH on your plfltcs. FASTEKTH holds dentures nrmcr lonccr--holds them morp cnnfor:ably. too. MisM Mtina esRier.FASTEETH is alkaline. Won't sour. No Rummy, gooey, pasty taste. Dentures that fit ftm essential to health. Sea your don tin regularly. Get FASTEETH at all drug counters. DELICIOUSLY DIFFERENT - Famous the world pver' for its elegance and versatility 'with accompanying foods, . roast duckling -r- South Seas style with'fruit rice stuffing -- is appropriate during any of the four seasons. Your guests, savoring every morsel, will mark your, dinner party as a truly memorable occasion. 3 a re r» ts Ca n H e I p M e 11 The Drug Abuse Iceberg Authorities say the problem f drug abuse in the U.S. is like huge iceberg' -- only the top drug abuse problem that can suggests that parents start by informing themselves on the affect the mental, physical and emotional hearth of young Americans. Consult your doctor, community health and police departments or county medical associations for books and pamphlets. Your pharmacist may have literature published by drug manufacturers, who want to see the end of drug abuse. A list of free or low-cost materials available on drug abuse may be obtained from Ihe Bureau of Narcolics and Dangerous Drugs, U. S. Department of Justice, Washington, D. C. 20537. Few things are more disillusioning lo children than a par- Selecting Ihe right style turn- styles with design characteris- ure for your home and your mily can"be hiade easier if lies typical of master craftsmen of past generations. Mucli of the traditional furniture was first . · !»· ',-, I , uuuiuuuai lui miuiu wcto HIOL familiar with style dcsigncd for royal courlg and erminology," according to the me'rican Furniture' Mart. Today, llie words "style" and jeriort" are used inlerchange- i l y ' i n ' . i h e furniture world, owever, the word style actu- ly refers' to Ihe use of cer- ··m design . characteristics; hereas period designates a ensure of'-time when these laracteristics were popular- ed. ' ' Design characteristics help eritify fiirnjlure of the us 'periods. These' character- tics are copied or adapted by for informal living. nohility. Through Ihe years il has been associated wilh elegance and formalily. The court styles of each country (which make up traditional styling) were copied in simplified versions for the masses. This furniture is referred to as provincial (or country or rural). The French and Italian Provincial and Early American styles are lypical examples. True provincial slyling always denotes simplicity and comfort designed esigners and manufacturers to reate-today's styles. Each' furniture manufacturer entities'his lines wilh descrip- infusingto the consumer. Some asi'cs hold true, however, and n understanding 'of these can e helpful when purchasing irnltiire. Most styles ··will fit within iree broad areas:' traditional, rovincial 'and Contemporary. Traditional includes those "The Stars impel, they do ot compel." What you make of our life is largely up to you! (Distributed by McNaught Syndicate, Inc. Contemporary (or modern) includes a broad group of designs thai are adapled for modern melhods of production and to- ve names lhat can often be day's living needs. Contemporary is inspired by traditional styles, yet makes use of modern materials and methods of manufacture. Most contemporary furnishings are light in scale and appearance, versatile in use and easy to care for. Just Arrived! Imported FRANK'S 70D 10th St Convalescent Aids ELBOW PADS BED PADS --HEEL PADS (MADE OF KODEL. FIBRE BY KODAK) SURGICAL DRESSINGS -- SYRINGES BATH TUB SAFETY RAILS TOILET SAFETY FRAMES CSUTCHES AND CANES WHEELCHAIRS MEDICAL AND SURGICAL SUPPLIES 1101 8th Street PHONE 352-4866 ent's statement that contains Inaccuracies. Even elementary school children may know more about drug abuse than one realizes. Be familiar with factual information that: --There is a difference between narcotic and non-narcotic drugs. --Hallucinogens, such as LSD, have no general clinicial medical use at the present time, but are used in medical research. --Narcotics tranquifizing drugs are important in the practice of modern medicine, but they ' are dangerous when abused. --Barbiturates duckling can be served with an innumerable variety of accompanying foods. Its versatility provides new opportunities to demonstrate your creative flair as a hostess. SOUTH SEAS DUCKLING WITH FRUIT RICE STUFFING Duckling 1 frozen duckling (iYi to 5 pounds), defrosted 1 teaspoon salt 1 can (13 ounce) pineapple tidbits Water Vi cup rice 1 tablespoon sugar 1 can (3Vz ounce) flaked coconut % cup chopped toasted almonds 1 tablespoon grated orange rind Fruit Sauce 2 tablespoons butter or margarine and sedatives, and stimulating the practice of are useful in medicine, but may lead to physical dependence by the drug abuser. Leftover Rice Handy To Have It's a fact -- rice is as good a product reheated as when it was first prepared. Rice can be refrigerated about a week or frozen up to eight months either separately or with any other food that freezes well. When storing cooked rice, cover the container so 'that the grains will not dry out or absorb the flavors of other foods, says the U. S. Department of Agriculture. To reheat, add rice to enough hot liquid in pan to prevent scorching. Cover pan tightly, reduce heat to simmer and steam about .five minutes. % cup sugar 1 tablespoon grated ortnf* rind V* cup orange Juice 1 teaspoon grated lemon juice 1 orange, thinly sliced 2 firm bananas Wash, drain and pat duckling dry .. with paper toweling. Sprinkle neck and body cavities salt. Drain save syrup. with % teaspoon pineapple tidbits; Add water as needed to make the amount of Dquid called for in package directions for cooking rice. Combine liquids, rice, remaining % teaspoon salt and sugar. Bring to boil; stir and cover. Simmer gently Until tender. Toast "/i cup coconut. Combine rice, pineapple tidbits, toasted coconut, chopped almonds and orange rind; tos» lightly. Fill neck and body cavities loosely wilh stuffing. Skewer neck skin to back. Coyer opening of body cavity with aluminum foil and tie legs together loosely. Place on rack in shallow roasting pan. Bake in slow over (325 degrees F.) until meat on drumstick is tender, about 3 hours. Make sauce, melt butter or margarine. Add sugar and heat until bubbly. Add fruit rinds and juices; bring to a boil. Add orange slices and heat; remove From syrup. Peel bananas and cut into chunks 1-inch lengths. Heat bananas in syrup until glazed yet firm. Remove from syrup. Garnish duckling with orange slices and bananas. Sprinkle with remaining coconut over fruit. Serve with sauce. Yield: 4 servings. 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