Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on October 15, 1969 · Page 15
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By Ellee our regular format next week in the column, but I fell !hat you should be informec of this service you could per- :orm with your knitting needles. Keep the mail coming to: "Ellee" 1520 ,14th Ave. Greeley, Colorado 80631 --and we'll do our best to give a 'helping hand" to keep you on he road to happy needlework!!! From time to time, we receive letters from readers who wish to offer their needlework talents in one way or another to make articles for someone in need. Ii was brought to my attention recently that the Red'Cross hac directions for two articles tha will be needed for distribution to those in need of such as a cast sock, and a crutch cushion. They are knitted from knitting worsted weight of yarn. The sock should be of one color, bul the crutch cushion may be striped in several colors. Be'the friend indeed, who answers the call from someone in need and make some of these items. Get them to your locai Red Cross Chapter as soon as possibfe. These will give comfort to those who are incapacitated. · * · Knitted Crutch Cushion With size 7 or 8 single pointed needle, cast on 66 sts. K. 2, p 2, for 2 inches. Change to size 10 needle and work in stockinetle stitch for 8 inches. Bind off. Turn back the top 10 rows- and hem down. Sew up the side and across the top, after folding the piece, side edges together. A Sock for over a Cast With size 7 or 8 double-pointed cast on 52 sts on 3 needles,needles; place 20 sts on first needle; 10 sts on second needle, 1C sts on the third needle. Knit 2, purl 2 for 2 inches. Knit plain for 3% inches. Divide stitches for opening in sole of sock, -placing 26 sts on first needle, 13 on second needle, and 13~on third needle. Starting on first needle (26 sts) knit 4. Bind off loosely 18 sts. Knit 4, knit plain around to first needle. On first needle, knit 4, cast on loosely, 18 sts, knit 4,(26 sts now on first needle again); 13 sis on second needle; and 13 sts on third needle. Knit plain for 4 inches. Shape toe as follows: Row 1 --first needle--k 1, slip 1, k 1, pass slipped stitch over knit stitch. Knit to within 3 sts of the end, knit 2 together, knit 1.-- stitch on until all stih ntfc' tihTii Repeat from iies are off needles. . Run end down side of sock to avoid ridge across toe. To reinforce the corners and prevent curling at opening, crochet loosely in slip stitch one or two rows around opening and draw the ends together by darning (This is to prevent wear from the cast wheel which is passed through the opening). . Note: If you don't have the yarn, sometimes your local chapter wilt furnish-it, just contact them. They need your labors of love with your needles. * * * We'll get back to the mail and Social Calendar Friday 12 noon, Shuffleboard Club Horoscope Forecast potluck Center. dinner, Recreation 1:30 p.m. Christian Women's Fellowship board meeting, First Christian Church parlors. 7:30 p.m. CSC Duplicate Bridge Club, College Center, Room 247. 8 p.m. Woodmen of the World, Greeley Camp No. 6 Odd Fellows Hall. fr rom By HELOISE CRUSE oi6e AH correspondence pertaining to the Heloise column should be mailed directly to Heloise, King Features Syndicate, 235 E. 45th Street, New York, New York 10017. Dear Heloise: For a change, one day, I thought of cutting out tiny biscuits instead of the regular-size ones to go with fried chicken and so many cream-gravy .dishes. My husband loved them and said they were a big improvement, because there were more crunchy surfaces and that is what he likes best. Looking for a cutler second needle--Knit 1, slip 1, knit 1-pass slipped stitch over knit stilch. Knit to the end of the needle--third 'needle-Knit Letter of Laughter to within 3 inches of the end, Dear Heloise: small enough, I found a small plastic pill bottle and used that. I rolled out my own biscuit recipe and cut with the "pill cutter." If you are in a hurry, you could use refrigerated biscuits nstead of starling from scratch. One biscuit from the packet :nakes four bite-sized biscuits. 3ently squeeze the biscuit dough together as you go around the edge cutting. There are no trimmings left over Ihis way. The enlire biscuit will be used. For a buffet or a luncheon, I have also rolled these tiny biscuits in Parmesan cheese or onion soup mix. Claire Stanton * * Claire, you are just full of marvelous ideas those biscuits sound just yummy. Bet they would please any man's tummy. Righl? Heloise k 2 log, k 1. Row 2: Knit pi'ain for one round. Repeal rows 1 and 2 unlil you have 8 sis on first needle, 4 sts on second, and 4 on third needle. Slip 4 sts from second needle to third needle (8 sts on each of the two needles. Break yarn, leaving a ti] of 12 inches. Thread into yarn needle. Hold sock with yarn end at right of back needle. Keeping yarn'un- der knitting needles weave front and back logclhcr as follows: Pass yarn needle through first stitch of front needle as if to knit and slip slilch off needle.-Pass through second stitch of front needle as if purling, leave stilch on needle.--Pass through first stilch of back needle as if purling and slip stitch off.--Pass through second slilch of back needle as if knilling, and leave ·····················I X CUT OUTS t 8 and DECORATIONS Everything for tlio Office 1303 8th Ave. This morning I found a rust stain on my husband's shirt, and I very methodically tried every remedy I had ever heard of to remove rust stains . all to no avail. Finally in desperation I just threw the shirt in the washer, went shopping, and when I came home and took out the shirt . I couldn't believe .my eyes . the stain was gone: · . . ' I have found the perfect rust remover, but just wish I knew what it was! Mrs. G. M. Dear Heloise: When our son was about twelve years old he was always taking his glasses off to wash his face and misplacing them or knocking them off the counter. So my husband attached an old eyeglass case on the wall in the bathroom near Ihe wash basin. This kept the glasses safe and sound and they were always easily found. It- proved to be so handy, we still use it. Mrs. R. B. R. * * * Dear Heloise: I'm a junior in high school and'I would like to share my gift-wrapping idea with your When I wrap gifts for my friends from school, I use our school newspaper as wrapping paper. Then I tie It with ribbons (using our school colors). My friends all think this is a real cute idea. Deborah Peters It is adorable! Heloise Dear Heloise: My husband is always asking me for the telephone numbers of our friends. Somelimes I remember and somelimes I have lo refer to our little black book. More often than not the little black book has been misplaced. I finally solved that problem with the help of my label mak- r. I made label names (shortened versions) and phone numbers for our most oflen called friends . . . stuck them right on the case of the waif phone. It would work just as well on the sides of a desk or extension phone. I also noted the hospital, our doctor, the fire deparlment and the police -- all emergency numbers, too. It's so handy right before our eyes and never misplaced. Darlene Odell Dear Heloise: This is a hint strictly for golfers and concerns keeping golf balls white: Use the spray lhal is designed for white sidewalls. Leave I on just a few minutes and :hen wipe it off. Mrs. J. Predota * * # Copyright, 19G9 King Features Syndicate, Inc. Irresistibly beautiful! DRESSES look lovelier thon ever AFTER DRYCLEANING by our CRAFTSMHN We would like you to entrust one of your favorite dresses to -us'for a beauty treatment. We're sure you'll like its like-new appearance. We're proud of our dry- cleaning. Try us and see why. 812 11th St. 352-5062 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16 GENERAL TENDENCIEf An adverse day for forcing any hing. You would certainly be wise to see what you can do lo eliminate tactfully and quietly whatever is standing in the way if your progress. Avoid making ramatic changes or comments or they could cause trouble. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) If ·ou do not forget those conlro- ·ersial ideas you have, you car iow lose much of the good wil you have been building up carefully. Stick right to business Follow scrupulously every regulation that concerns you. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) You want to dash out to the new and untried, but this would certainly affect the present worthwhile setup. Stand firm and complete what has been started. Get ahead. GEMINI (May 21 lo June 21) Don't dcliberatly neglect your obligalions or you find Ihey become more difficult later. A fellow worker is being rebellious. Don't criticize but cooperate more and you win him over. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Get out of thai mood for some costly entertainment that will be even more costly in anolher way, and still not be worth anylhing. Keep busy with new ideas. Don't put them in operation unlil you have studied Ihem well. LEO (July 22 lo Aug. 21) You can't avoid that work ahead of you so get at it cheerfully. Don't try to antagonize a valuable associate. Put that arrogant quality aside for the moment. Not a good day to put those ideas VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) If you want to get along better with others, you have to be willing to give and take. A nice smile can go along way in gaining the favor of others. Get rid of the scowling habit. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Others at home are not feeling quite up to par, so don't complain or there can be arguments that are best avoided. Be cheerful and you find that anxieties are really negligible. Have a happy evening. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) There are arguments arising between allies and yourself, but it is best to keep quiet right now. Much care must be exercised in motion, driving, etc. Avoid thai accidenl lhat could be quite costly. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 lo Dec. 21) You feel a financial loss now, but if you see where to cut down on expenses, you find you soon have a sizable nestegg on which to build. Avoic such crisis in the future. Be more active. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan, 20) You have lo exercise self- control or your plans go awry and you accomplish very little This is a good day to get health and appearance improved. Be smart, look smart. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) It may be true that others are imposing on you, but don't lose your temper or you could have more trouble. Keep busy at duties and do them as efficiently as possible. Be happy with mate tonight. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Show thought and consideration when dealing with friends and do not make demands they cannot meet. Avoid a social meet- By Carroll Righter ing where an argument could follow. This could be a serious one. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TONIGHT . . . he, or she, will be one of those young people who thinks that he has to fight lis, or her, way through life. Teach that reason gets far bet- .er results and with less wear and tear to the system. Any :rouble-shooting vocations are 'ine here, since Ihcre is perseverance and courage in Ihis :hart. College may or may nol e necessary, but be sure your irogeny finishes high school. "The Stars impel, they do your life is largely up to you (Distributed by McNaught Syndicate, Inc.) Special Sewing Day Set By Navy Mothers The Navy Mothers Club wil have a special welfare sewing session at 10 a.m., Monday, Oct 20, at Ihe Cache National Bank 2600 llth Ave. Members are re quested to bring a sack lunch and a coffee cup. not compel." What you make of ing will result. Never wash the enameled sur faces of your range while they are hot, or "crazing" and crack Trlbune-N.Y. New« Synd.) By Abigail Van Buren DEAR ABBY: Your answer to the lady who wanted lo breastfeed her about-lo-be adopled baby saddened me, al- Ihough it did not surprise me. You are hardly to be blamed when the majority of the medical men In the country, including obstetricians and pediatricians would also pooh pooh the idea. Knowledge of the physiology of lactalion and the factors which induce il are woefully lacking in the American medical education of today. There are "primitive societies" (civilization's arrogant adjective for people living more naturally than we do) who very often use the services of other women than a baby's natural mother to breastfeed a baby. In some groups, grandmothers, long past their reproductive years, will successfully suckle infants. The La Leche league is far more sophisticated in Its knowledge of nursing than the medical profession. More power to your correspondent. I applaud her maternal Instinct and hope she makes the attempt to breastfeed her adopted child. It can be done. MRS. L. Me: ALBANY, N.Y. DEAR ABBY: I have had five children, and I nursed only the first one, and that was enough for me! It wasn't my idea. It was my mother-in-law's. She convinced me that it was a "sin" to put my baby on the bottle, so I went along with her theory to keep peace in the family as we were living wilh her at Ihe lime. I finally had to quit when my 22-month-old "baby" cut a full set of teeth on me. "MOTHER OF FIVE" EL CENTRO, CALTF. DEAR ABBY: Please tell that mother-to-be who is so eager to breastfeed her baby that if she's going lo all that trouble because she thinks it will be better for the baby, she shouldn't kid herself. I have had four children. I bottle fed the first two and breastfed the last two. All four are equally healthy. It made no difference in their teeth. In fact, the only child who did not have lo wear bands on his leelh happened lo be a bottle baby. Also, my two breastfed children did not enjoy any "closer" relationship wilh me lhan Ihe bollle-fed children. What a baby needs more than anything else is love, and they got plenty of thai. TWO OF EACH: VALDOSTA, GA. DEAR ABBY: From my own personal experience, I can say lhal bollle babies arc healthier. I nursed my first baby and had nothing but trouble. When I was nervous and fretful, my baby would become nervous and fretful. Every little emotional upset would promptly be transmitted to my baby through my milk. Also breastfeeding seemed to drain me of all my energy. My next three babies went on the bottle immediately, and they were healthier in every way than my first one. And I had a lot more pep, too. MRS. G., ORANGEBURG, S. C. DEAR ABBY: I nursed my adopted baby! It took a lot of patience on my part, but it was well worth the effort. I'm glad I didn't take my doctor's word for it when he told me to "forget it." I can thank the La Leche League! MRS. P. B.:L. A., CALIF. Everybody has a problem. Whafs yours? For a personal reply write to Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Calif. 90069, and enclose a stamped, self-addressed envelope. Vcd., Oct. 15, 1969 GREELEY TRIBUNE Page 15 Greeley Excelsis Club Holds Art Workshop "at October Meet Members of the Greeley Ex- celsis Club held n workshop on fine arts fast Wednesday morning at the American Legion Club, with demonstrations on montage, acryllic flowers, wall plaques and candle holders. The workshop projects were supervised by Mrs. Willard Quirk, Mrs. Ted Sutler, Mrs. J. P. Richerd and Mrs. Ed Loloff, who has taken the decorative arts course at Aims College. Excelsis Club is q member of ,he Colorado Federation of ditty bag fund. Mrs. Ralph Green. Several reports given included the picnic for handicapped children in mid-September and the regular recreation hours conducted by the club at the Bonell Retirement community. Some members of the club also have cooperated with the American Red Cross and assisted in stuffing ditty bags for shipment to servicemen overseas for Christmas. The club also has made a cash contribution to the Women's Club and the General federation of Women's Clubs, both of which stress fine arts. The members afso voted to wld a benefit bridge party, on ^Jov. 3 at the American Legion, .ickets for which may be purchased from any Excelsis mem- )er or by contacting Mrs. Nelson chairman of ways and Mrs. VV. K McMalian, presi- announced that .the fall. 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