Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on November 1, 1961 · Page 15
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 15

Greeley, Colorado
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Wednesday, November 1, 1961
Page 15
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J4int ff rom By HELOISE CRUSE oi6e Dear Helolse:: I suppose your readers hoto ironing as much as I do] But do they know that ironing can be reduced to ^radically nothing if they will drip dry EVERYTHING? Slop your washing machine AFTER the rinse cycle and BEFORE the spin cycle takes place.'I remove my garments and place them in a plastic bucket and take them to Ihe line. I put shirls and dresses on'plastic hangers. I hang everylhing straight. I. tlicn use spray starch as I iron and it's like magic. D'Arey Rotlmell any in the washing machine, ! drop (hem in our "button bank." It saves a lot of lime when I do Ihe mending. The very button Dear Heloise: » I take an empty pcnp.ut huller jar (or mayonnaise jar) and have a fairly wide slit cut in the top. This is p u r ^ "button bank." When I- am 'cleaning and fine buttons on .the floor that the children have pulled off, or fine that you are looking for usually will be in tire "bullon bank." I kecb Hie "bank" on a shelf Ihot is handy for everyone; even Ihe kids enjoy pulling buttons in really lend*f recipeI'l have never lasted · lender one yet! ,' · · ' · Budget · ; - . « · ·· t · · . DearHclolse:: - · . ' ·'· How.-to save? 'When we have a pot roast,, there Is/often; more sauce than we can eat. As this sauce has many ingredients and has taken hours to cook, .1 hale to loss it out. 'Therefore, I freeze, it. When time,Is limited,- I add it to HAMBURGER palliesl It gives the mburger a gourmet flavor! Never waste sauce when it can utilized, this way. It also nanges Ihe laste of l!« ham- rger and makes it deluxe 1 Mrs. Alfred Waller it. Mrs. E. K. Kiiby Dear Heloise: What makes hamburger meat balls so tough? Anyone have · Stirched Pleats · Full Styles · Slime Plaids, Plains, Reversibles ' Sizes 8 to 18 927 Ninth Ave. «ar Helolse: For , those wKo want to lake wn three full loads of laundry om the clothes and carry it into e house in .ONE trip, clothes n bag and all: Simple hang a sheet. belweer p i separate .lines (wilh three othes pins holding each. hem) form a basket! As you gathei nir clothes, toss -lliem into this basket." \V!en finished, galher c bulging,-"basket" tightly in ne arm, remove the pins wilh our · free hand and take - the hole ;caboodle i n t o - t h e house! LL in ; one trip!. ' ' When sheets are not included in our, I.use large balh owels and make two or three baskets'." I can' still manage without dropping anyIhing: on Ihe round! If tow-els : aren't" avail- ble you can -use -diapers. I find this easteV'than using a laslic laundry basket which only akes up precious space in my aundry. room. And .Heloise, you, don't 'have o be'a big woman to accomplish his. I am 4 'feet 11 inches and weigh 96 pounds. Tea To Be Given for V\rs. Kenneth Cooper Finns to Iwnor Mrs. Kenneth Cococr 'at a tea Nov. 10 were 1 made' at tho meeting of Greclcy SWEATER WITHOUT 'A T.OP r OR.BOTTOM. Yourshape it into chinwarmer. or ;hood ,for -cold days.. wh'ole Tace-'on-it, stiff lip, cold nose' a'r.d all.- Doubled over and pouffecl outward,'the piece lakci on a guise Knit it Now [ AP. n*w«(*«hjr'»« A, s t i f f , upper lip in tlw winter time is not necessarily a sign ol bravery. It could be frozen. - B u t i a slitch-in-lime. precaution is'an easy-to-make chinwarm. er. of a wlde r a\va'y turtle neck. Pull ed high over Hie head, and low on flit bosom, it.becomes,'a hood protecting hairdos' and keeping ears warm. Chihvvarmers'make good Christ- Wed., Nov. 3, 59(U GREELEY TRIBUNE;-, Pat;*lS Green, John Wilson and Chirl^t ·" Wheeler. Tables were decorated · with pink carnalions, pink candUi tj and autumn leaves. ': "..' 5 ma's'gifls for the'liot blooded am cold., young 'and. old'because, one size fits'all.' · · ·""" '.' ' ' j' Free- instructions/ are-, availabli by sending a-, self--addresser}''.envelop 16 the Nalio'riaV Hand-Knitting-Yarn Assoiiation.-.Roorn 1500, 15 East 2«Jlh Street, New · York City. ' · . ' . ' " ''· V . ·' - · of Social Order of She Jemiceanl last week at tho Ma snic Temple. Mrs. : Cooper 'is his- dfian of the Supreme SOOB Tho dale of the tea will also mark the «th anniversary of the Grcoley Assembly and th'e next regular meeting day. Mrs. Enoch Kirkpatrlck, president, was presented -wilh · a gift rom (he assembly in Irahor of her irthday which sh'e was ^celebrat- ng that day, Oct. 27.- Stie- read -a jbem, "Tho Tapestry, p' Time," in doping .with Ihe"- occasion. 1 ' · ' ' iRetreshmen'ls were served in the Lower Temple by Mmes H. E. About People You Colonel Vernpn A: Shnjm, pr» fessor of military science o(-.lh« University of'Colorado's'Resiry* Officers -Training Corps, has. ib-. noun^ed the hew'-Baltalkm'sjia'tf. for'the 1961-62 school yeftr.'-'Cf^' First Lieutenant Stephen H.,jy_...... lias been appointed Xs'sistadf-S4l. Ho Is the son of Dr. and Mrs.:.).;H. White of 2221 17th Ave. iGiiSit While is majoring in physiei''»t CU and a'ttcridcd'.sum'm'er'canT^'il For t r Leonard WwdUast;suri-jmir as a r senior )n'-RpTC.' '·; -? -:;' '··:*:' USE-THE -' - - - - - -' 1 1 -^- Knit on lh« bias in the shape of a stove pipe, it opens at. both .-lop arid bollom lo slip over your head. Although called: a chinwarfner, you can- 1 actually nuzzle: your . Working Mother * * * Dear Heloise: . What causes poached eggs to slick'to Ihe pan? Some one must nave the answer .1 am a newlywed and can't figure this out. : Newly . . . WED. * * * · Anyone know? Write to Heloise, || c/o this paper. Dr. Martin SchwsntchiW Princeton-Universily' reported recently that gravitational studies indicate Ihere is far more matter in the universe · than"· can be accounled for. by visible.stars. He believes the unseen mailer may consist of "cool" .start, whose light is too dim to penetrate Ihe earth's atmosphere. CARD OP 'THANKS; UNDERWOOD. In loving mamory of our son Bueford ilinderwood,- . w h o ' passed way Nov. 1, 1953.- \Vliat woiild I give to clasp hla 'hand, His h a p p y - f a c e to Bee, · To henr tiia voice anil sec hla smile that Meant so much to me. Sadly missed by,Mother, Dad and Sisters. BAUKIl To "nil my frJonds and neighbors: . many..thanks for gifts, flowers, curds and all kindnesses shoSvri during my recent inactivity. Mnrsnret, JIariB n'd Ruben Bauer PETERSON ; Wo wish to express our heartfelt appreciation for the many acts -ot kindness, cards, and floral offerings received during tho imsBlng of our loved one. ' Mr.'and Mrs. ilalph H. Green Mr. and Mrs. Qua L. Peterson Mr. and Mr$. Donald Schluter 815 8th St. EL i-7764-;'·· '.." ·'··t Weld Arthritic Club Will Meet Saturday Weld. County' Arthritic Club; will hold its first November meeting at the lounge of the First Congregational Church at 1:30 p.m.; Saturday. Each person attending is asked to bring one or more homemade articles suitable for Christmas giving. Anyone -interested will be welcome. HERE'S BUDGET-PRICED CARPET THAT'S ALWAYS PARTY-PERFECT! ' ' P. "Ecfw ToMt" fashion colon flatter tvtry; tkin-ton«. ,.match«d bras and jfrdtes io coordtfwt* with your out«rw*ar color.tchtmeil ChooM r*d, foidcn hue, plnK,- blue, whit* or blKk. Echo Ton«i be* Whirlpool* bra 0063 ha» ' famous uplift JFK) roundness. Low-cut Mckline; A 32-36 B, C 32-38; S3.95. Matching colors and decorative d«taH In » (in« gauge powerntt girdle 69 with underlay power net back panel. S-M-L., $7.95 "XS $ ^fTijr-.*^ a echo tones Colors to flatter every skin-tone o; .-p-;, fc^ ^·^JM\ d hs ViWA tmm lw\ r %?f 1\ ^¥?^ r i: r t » m : m^\ m tsv. ^*yv* '·(** L^/aAV; 0. II . Her Secret® lace Whirlpool* bra 1645 is fully padded with ultra-light synthetic foam to ^ achieve natural, rounded profik. 1 t-i A, B 32-36; $5.00 Light powernet panti* girdle 69 with decorative front panel; underlay of powernet firms and flattens derriere, S-M-L, $7.95. Long-Leg parti* girdle style 268, S-M-L, $8.95. Cfioose styles 0063,68, 69, 269 in Echo Tones of red, golden haze, pink, blue, whiti or black. Style 1645 in matching red, golden haz», wtTrla or Wack. * J,V.(2/MITHSON FAMOUS NAME FASHIONS. only 95 CORLANE 100% Woe Iroodloofn Carpeting Sq. Yd, FROM THE LOONS OF MOHAWK mm , ,. ?* Here's the care-free carpet that stays fresh and lovely through thii'J hardest wear. Its smart loop texture and strong 3-ply wool pO« : hides footprints, resists crushing. Corlane is long wearing, clean*;. easily, stays soft underfoot. Choose from a wide selection of-i fashion-right colors in casual tweeds or handsome solids. Corlan».r! blends beautifully with any setting--traditional or modem,,Se*;; this outstanding carpet now on .display. · ^| Remember to insist on genuine Mohawk Carpel Cushion. It pofp^ for itsell in years of extra carpet life. . . ?^ Budget Terms . ";.·": RUCKERS 1028 Eighth Av*. EL

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