Ev(r Â·* rt- or Dine-iuco tnst? GÂ«xl with creamed tf) tum. salmon sod craUne*. For Christmas Giving A glowing sweater gift from Jantzen.. .our Petal Glow cardigan traced with miniature flowen that glow with a golden metallic. All this takes place on a puff knitted wool blend that's colored to compliment our Man Flannel tapered pant Cardigan 34-40, $19.98; Pant 8-18, $14.98. Dear Heloise: Do not defrost your refrigerator this way: Tlw other day 1 was in a hurrv to defrost "my refrigerator While 1 trying to remove ice with a knife, I accidentally sliced the tube which carries ammonia throughout the freezing compartment This very stupid mistake cost me a large sum. 1 am a teacher out no one ever told me not to poke around the ice! Since this expensive muhap. 1 have talked with many who do the same thing Through my error they vow they Â· _ ssr.isrtv" "^^^a,. Perhaps you will r ,, save many women from unnecessary bills and tears. I truly feel very foolish irf. Â«TM ih tve Â° our 'Â»o-- vear -oW 'earned nas y bÂ± wtl, L 1 ^ 1 *"" ' hal J? '"'"I- tta ring of the timer, ve used it for punisments too. Thirty minutes or an hour of pun- shment is what my oldest child latiimui 13 Yiiiiu my oiaest cnud learned, 1 profited and 1 gets if he'n provoked me Five printed it, Bless you for sharing, minutes on a chair is crushing and ong enough for my two-year-old. There is nothing to do but sit for THE JONES CO. LADIES' SPORTSWEAR Â·24 Eighth AvÂ«. Mi. 3S3-3333 iWj from *J4eloiit ,Mori!yn Wheeler isiides of Â·y HEUOKE CRUtE All comipondtnu ^training te tht Hclclu Marilyn Wheeler showed of Denmark at a meeting of -arnbda Chapter of Ep.i!ou nng e t c c u -u.iuu. vuqwrr 01 r.pji.mu ii2 column i DÂ»uM b Â«Â»ile4 *irÂ«ctly to Hcloix ma Alpha at the home of Mr* ' " ' """" SyndlciU, N.Y. W. Bird of 2205 llth L.. last week. Miss Wheeter. a senior at Gree- ey High School, was one of a ;roup of 30 young people in the .'. S. who visited Denmark last vear. She was sponsored by the National Car Dealers Assn to promote good will between dealers in the U.S. and Europe. She was - - -'d ten minutes flat. My iti ~ could go on and on, but I'm sure that you mothers will get the idea. Even our two-year-old learned Nancy Heloise Dear Heloise: When cleaning some sweet corn on the cob, I became so disgusted trying to pick off the corn silk that 1 grabbed a dampened paper lowel. I brushed downward on the ear of corn with it and every silk came off: S. Schreoder Â· Â· Â» Dear Heloise: When 1 peel carrots I lay them Hat on my cutting board, hold Ihem by the top, and just run the peeler down them. This is so much easier than trying to peel them while holding them in your hand, u saves many fingernails Loo: Madolyn Huckabee Â· Â· Â· Dear Heloise: I wonder if one of your reader! has a quick easy wlution lo the problem of cleaning brass? My furniture has brass handles and I spend hours at a time cleaning them, k there a cloth on the market lo use frequently on brass to restore-its lustre? Brassy Any answer? Write to Heloise at above address. Heloise Â» * Â» Dear Heloise: To keep paprika bright red and fresh . . . just store it in the refrigerator. It will keep for years this way. Vi M. Â· * Â· Dear Heloise: An oven timer, attached or sep arsie, U an item I could not do without In fact, in 11 years o marriage and six kiddies, I jus recently purchased a new one. use it Â« the children can Uke turns at different things, set it for five or ten minutes o one item--30 minutes on certai games and. so forth. Each child who lakes his ow Plan (I^l^^^iJ^^RJELEVTRIBL-NE Page 15 i I Â· ^lOpen House | At Hospital Â·^ _. _...'' Dismissed from We!, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Schmidt will celebrate their 25th wedding,,, anniversary with an open house | A v e . Sunday at their home south ot\, .",,,- _. ... ; La s^ if'-; La\erne Chacon, Gilcrest.! Weld Monday Baca 1304 ' Mrs. Edna Gieeouootl. 1412 7th. ;Ave.: Edgar Held, Johnsmni; W/ JO. Cook. Bonell Home: Mn. Car- jro! Shafer, 2907 W. 12th St.; Mr$. [Charles Fetker and daughter, 10H |22nd St.: Mrs. Fred Banghart land son. 483 25th Ave. Ct.- MrÂ«. Host, for the Â«casion will be^ Â£*Â·Â« '^^ ^ ^ their children and their families.|?Â±L?Â± ILm"-! Mr. and Mrs. Bill Schmidt, and John Schmidt who is a sophomore at College High School. The couple also has two grandsons Meyer Sr, Rt. 3:' FÂ«r PrÂ«criftiÂ«nÂ».-AÂ«v. Friends and relatives are in he only one from Colorado toj a Â«i a granddaughter. ake part in the program. ' Friends and relati.... __ The group voted to donate aj vileti " ca!1 at the home fromi Christmas basket to a needy fam- J to 4 Pm - ly. Mrs. Lyonel Kinnison is 'chair- Ta ^* decorations will feature man. I a two-tier cake with tangerine Plans were made for the next 1; f nations an i *Â« mums, Hank- social, a Christmas party Dec Â· camlles "" cr . vsla l holders. i* _ i i L - i , _ _ .. _. . '. Vrf W W Wsllriu- nt U'l/tn:.... ive minute*. To them it is an tornity. Any longer, and they orget why they're silting: 1 am a great advocate of a imer and once you start using one you'll find a hundred little obs which it will remind you to lo . . . or stop doing. For telephone calls. I let i ing if 1 want to get off quickly The other party says "What's hat"? I say, "Oh, its my timer have to do something impor ant." 'This doesn't always work hough: I Donna Gepford * Â· Â· Aren't you cute? Thanks. Heloise Dear Heloise: When you buy frozen food dinners . . . do not throw away the waxed c.irton. They are absolutely wonderful to start charcoal fires or in wood-burning fireplaces. Take these boxes and place hem under the logs or coals and ight the match. It works even' ime. The little bit of wax tha't on these cartons starts the fires and keeps it glowing. Fire Slarter Dear Heloise: When I iron ray little girl's dresses, I always keep the iron about one-fourth inch from the jottom edge of a dress or skirt lem. That way, when the hem is lowered, there is nol likely to be a (aded white line, nor will there he a deep crease to remove. Virginia Fierro . 12, at the Tea House. The social will be at 6:30 p.m. with the dinner at 7:30 p m. After the dinner, the group will go to the home of Mrs. Claude Hurley at 1035 21st Ave.. (or a gift exchange revealing secret sistars. iJifts should be laken to Mrs. Hurley's home before the social. Mrs. Kinnison will be co-hostess. Next meeting will be Jan. 3. at the home of Mrs. Jayne Smith of 1817 I3th St., with Mrs. Jones as co-hosless. Mrs. W. w. Walker of Wiggins, mother of Mrs. Schmidt, will cut!' the cake. Mrs. Adler will preside at the silver coffee service loaned by Mrs. Melvin Schmidt, and Mrs. Bill Schmidt will serve the punch. Elmer Schmidt and Frances] Walker were married Dec. 9.1 1937. at Creeley and have farm-' ed south of La Salle for the past] 25 vears. I Â· Cocktail Aprons Â· Hand Beaded Sweoters Â· Cigarette Cases Â· Evening Bogs Â· French Purses Â· Cigarette Lighters Ljoodiet FÂ«r tfittinctivt |iftj viiH Cut- '* 9*tt Giftt. 117 Ittf, St.-MÂ». 1600 iijhrh Are. Gladys M.athews Car Output Spurts MILAN - Italy manufactured 470.000 vehicles in the first hal of 1962. up 25 percent over th corresponding 1961 period. Ex ports reached 164.000, a 34 per cent gain. The output for all 19S2 is expected to near the million mark. PENNEY'S Gift Watch Buy! women'j petites, men't dressy ilimt, waterproof- watches, calendar watches . . . These arc b p i u i l i f t i l Swiss-movement watches designed e.M'lti- sivply fur Penney'Â« by a famous make;-! 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