Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 8, 1962 · Page 2
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Greeley, Colorado
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Saturday, December 8, 1962
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?*gt 2 GKEELEY TRIBUNE -Mini* fr rom ·y HELOISE CRUtt correspondence pertaining to tht Hlloisc column thould be mailed directly to Heleiac King Features Syndicate, 2!$ E. 46th St New York, 17, N." Dear Heloise: Here is a litte trick 1 use to keep most of the dirt from collecting under my refrigerator and other appliances in my kitchen which are about two inches from the floor: I bought an extra piece of linoleum and cut it t fit underneath each appliance. 1 slide this underneath the heavy items which a housewife cannot ordinarily move. When it's lime to clean. 1 reach underneath the appliance with my thumb and fingers and pull the linoleum out, wash it off. and slide -it under again. This is better than anything I have ever tried. Sat, D«e. 8, 1962 hav. you phoned a plumber yttt Gee ll -»y charge kns of hambur- g-r! Write to Heloise at above ad- dm-. Heloise Dear Heloise: When driving in slow or blocked traffic, many cars will belt up and stall, causing one more ob- str lion. T!is may be due to the fact that the driver has the radio turned on, the air conditioner working, and UV lights on if it is night. Mrs. Brown Knot VENT *WN INGS ELCAR FENCE De- Ikloise: I buj a large sponge and cut it up into small sponges so they will fit in the exact space in the . soap tray which is recessed in the ' wal! b my bath tub. 1 then lay I the soap on this. Whei finished with our bath, wi use 'his sponge to clean the tub C LI FTON 'S II" '' M1 of «ap and does an ex HOME SERVICE 352-6006 Crow Creek i-.i uuj will have its annual Christmas party anc isupper at 6 p.m., Tuesday at the The generator is not putting out SLW Hancr. home of Mr. and current, nor is the water pump Mrs. Stow Witwer. Members who circu-atlng when the car is "at cannot attend are asked to call idle." Therefore current is being the Witwers before Monday eve- usei" and none is being generated ning. to roplace it, so you are soon stalled! The water is not clrcu- » . , . . , iiioa autuigaauuiu i-nri:. ty, lating in the motor, so naturally meeting of the Columbine Plans were made tor a Christ mas smorgasbord Dec. 19, at For Christinas cellent cleaning job. 1 cut the same type of sponge into smaller pieces and put them HI the sink. This leaves no soap residue to clean up afterwards There is also no need for a special cloth for cleaning the bath- THE STOCKMAN Open Friday Nlghti ·oom fixtures. Nellie Anderle )ear Heloise: Please will someone write to us XHisewives and tell us just what she ha., found which will not go down the disposal in her kitchen sink? I hav.: already found by trial and e r r o r . . . and by paying for it gets hot. Relipf from this condition may be avoided by putting the car in neutral position and accelerating the motor to a speed equal to 25 to 30 miles per hour. This will keep things going and you will no' end up being pushed to the side of the ro«d! Joseph W. Rooney * · * Dear Heloise: make handy hot pads to protect my formica drain board top I use pieces of corrugated paste- boaid cut the size and shape I desire. I make two thicknesses o: of these and then cover them with Club. The dinner will l e at 6:30 i.m., at the home of Karen Mon eitli, 1116 mh St. Mothers, fa hers, and members are invile Members will bring toys to be [iven to charity. Karen Monteith mA Margare lady are in charge of food wit Becky Erwen and Bonnie Swe zig in charge uf games. Linda Huitt gave a report the "Make It Yourself With Woo Contest" which she, Bonnie and Debbie Swctzig, attendel. Debbie Swetzig gave reports on the 4-11 banquet and square dance. Judy Loloff was elected presi- iCSC Laboratory School unch Menus for Week Laboratory School lunch menus w week beitiflflinf Dec 10: Monday: Braised beef .aid ravy: whipped potatoes; butter- yellow wax beans; t o k a y .rapes: 6 oz. chilled oranfe juice; i pint milk. Tuesday: Pizza pie; buttered ·orn: cole slaw: peach halves: hocolate-raUneal cookies; H int Wednesday: Ham and scalloped potatoes: buttered pea;: cabbage arrot and raisin salad; rupber- y-fruit j e l l o : homemade rye read and butter; W pint iniix Thunday: Turkey bouillon will ·ice; turkey salad on lettuce with cheese crackers: minted pear aud ciruiamn apples: glazed car rots; Christmas ice cream cups service calls that com on the cob, corn husks, and celery stalks will not go down the disposal. I would appreciate knowing of any other other items also. Please write and let me know so that I can take care of my new disposal. Disgusted * * * Have you got any answers, or | Buy BeaulHol Christinas Arrangements rom 0 Holiday streusel coffee cake aw butter: 'i pint milk. Friday: Toasted cheese saix wiches; cream of tomato soup assorted relishes of fresh vegetables and fruits: choice of fruits ·3 pint milk. heavy-duty foil and replace the dent »' 'he Box Elder 4-H Club covers as they get worn or torn. A Reader * * * You angel! What an idea . . Heloise * * * Dear Heloise: I find that worn-out nylon hose make J fine cloth to dean off bath t, b rings. There is something about nylon that surely must be abrasive. R. Huber at a recent meeting. Other new officers arc Janet Rutt. vice president: Nancy Alles, secretary; Pat Stoll, treasurer: and Twila Zarbock. historian. There wil! be a potluck sup- There is. And thanks for the new idea. It works beautifully. Heloise * · * Dear Heloise: For a long time I have tried to buy smooth-surfaced table mats becaua food particles adhere to the' aised pattern on linen finished I own with cantact paper. This gives me the color and surface ] wunt and they are much easier to clean. Enthusiastic Ault Calendar Monday- Dorothy Rebekah lodge, past noble grands night and official per Dec. 16. at the Platte Valley Hgh School cafeteria for mem- lers and their families. Each amily is to bring a main dish and a salad or dessert. Marion Krueger will be a guest. Each person 1.' to bring a fifteen- cent gag gift for exchange Bunco will be played. Table decorations are in charge of Janet Rutt and Debbie Loloff. There will be installation of of 'icers with Karen Samishima am Judy Loloff in charge. Miss Loloff gave a report from :he executive council meeting. La Grange Laugh and Learn Finally . . . I covered the ones 4 . H club elected new officers at a meeting at the La Grange School last week. They are Everett Kissler, pres- dent; Edward Payne, vice president; Carolyn Ingram, secretary; A worn mounting can cort yon your eneriiked dUmoncL Let us clean and check the safety of your diamonds at no charge, not PNGs asked to furnish one dozen sandwiches. Tuesday- Modern Home Makers Christmas party, Mrs. John Wilhelm, »33 iilst Ave. Court, Greeley Tuesday Progress, Mrs. E. L Marsh. . Young Homemakers, Christmas luncheon, Mrs. Russell Hoffner, white elephant gift exchange, t'ednesddy-- Woman's Society, Congregational Church; Mrs. Vernon Stewart and Mrs. M. Anderson, hostesses. Carrousel, Christmas party, Mrs. Lynn Lesh. Fortnightly, dinner, F a r m Jewelry 818 8th Strut Theresa Ingram, treasurer; and Sharon Leffler, reporter. All members planning to go to the Stock Show are asked to make reservations with their leader as soon as possible. The La La Le HD is planning an achievement dinner for the ! Club members and their parents in January. Awards will be made and officers will be installed. Members enjoyed a Christmas! gift exchange. Refreshments were I served by Terry Kohler. Next|| meeting will be Jan. 8. Bonna J. Foos Recent Bride Methodist Church of Brighto vas the scene of the recent we ling of Bonna Jean Foos and Al Otto Lynn Duffey. The bride is the daughter o ilr. and Mrs. Herbert Foos o Srighton. She attended schools a Salon and Platteville and graduated from Brighton Hi) ichool in 1960 and from Cente Business College last year. She employed by Martin-Marietta Denver. Parents of the bridegroom a the late Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Duffi of Menlo. Kan. He w;is graduatet from Menlo High School in 195 and enlisted in the Air Force 1958. He served three years Germany and is now stationed Orlando. Fla., where the coup is at home. The Rev. Glen Barber offi ated at the double ring service Ninety guests saw the bride glv in marriage by he' father. Mrs. Richard Bruns, organi and Garland Annler, soloist, fi nished wedding music. Dia Foos, cousin of the bride, a Sharon Peer were candlelighte Mrs. Earl Frccrksen of Wichi Kan., sister of the bridegroor was matron of honor and M Sharon Foos, sister of the brir was bridesmaid. Eugene Ul! of Ulysses, Ka brother-in-law of the bridegroo served as best man. Ushers were A2c John P. Zi mer of Santa Crui, Calif.; E Frecrksen of Wichita, Kan., bro er-in-law of the bridegroom; A2e Roger W. Allen of Denv Following the ceremony, ceptlon was held at the church B«gan Per Pr Uw lor blue cktcH safari *«·»· oanatst aad sour crcta nitta*. . If the dressing is thicker ta thia with a little cream. [Walter Stietz oTalkTues. Wetter Stieti. reprexnUtive Camfx* Crusadx for ChrU! ill be fuot speaker at a met g o( the CkrMian Women 1 ! ub Tuesday. His wile. Eluit ul have the special musk. T** luDcbeoo will begin at 11:30 m., at the Community BuUdfaf Hh free baby-iitting provided at le Firtt Covenant Church, a block south of the Community uilding. Luachson reservations may be nade by calling SSI-SIB or Ml- 47. Mrs. Cornelia Collins of the dd-A-Touch Shop will *ow tome iKi. Equal parts of mayonnaise and wur cream nuke an excellent you wbh. after the cheese is finely mashed and added to the majr- ocial Briefs Mrs. Floyd Oster was elected resident of the Skyview Moras md Kids Club at a meeting a le home of Mrs. Richard Beck r. Other new officers are Mri enry Kanzler. vice president Jim Sitiman, secretary ind Mrs. Robert Kanzler, treasurer. Roll call was Christina* gif uggestions. There will be a gif xchange with secret pils at the meeting at the home of Mrt ohn Howard. Roll call will be What Christmas Means to Me.' Pythian Sisters Club was en tertained last week at the horn Mrs. John Rowe assisted b In. Orpha Rosling and Mrs Hyrtle Cooper. Monte Carlo whist was played with high priz oing to Mrs. Bess Smith, low to Mrs. Eula Waters, and the clu ;ift to Mrs. Rowe. Next meetin will be Jan. 25, at the DAV Ha with Mrs. Waters and Mrs. Kath ryn Foster as hostesses. does more-faster, easier than any other portable typewriter only *1»? I week Ss cemp/tf*-. M tttHMbnf, if MrM(//a...ft can entf bt eompsvW (a ftvoovrfl On/ca lyptwrt ·r* Itf «w* tipansnt / "Everything for the Office" 1303 Eighth Avenue Rtid P. AdtjmiM OOD MAY ASK US WHY Ho itandi all day and rtn«i till bell . . . For everyone to hear . . . And thu awakens in our hearta . . . The long of Chriitmu cheer . . . In hit familiar ault and board . . . He bravea the snow and Bleet . . . To nattier dimes and nlcklea from . . . Tin folks alone the itrect . . . Thi Illlle rolne that mean no nnidi . . . To those who ire so i«or . . . That there Is never any meal . . . Of which th«y can be mire . . . Who look to Sullla on Ihc Direct . . . For all the clothes they wear . . . And wonder If our hearts will hear . . . Their »o(l and humble prayer . . . We do not owe him anything . . . And we may pitta him by . . . nut If we do we may r«Kr«t.,, And Uod may art tin why. ri, Member ·f the Order tf tna Geldin Rule Adamson Mortuary 9th ATI. at 5th St. 24 Hour Ambutonct Stnrict Phen* 153-1212 Fare: hosts for bridge, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Burroughs. Christian Women's Fellowship: Group One, Mrs. J. E. Cut- fell; Group Two, Mrs. Gene Preston, both 8:00. iliursday-- Woman's Missionary Society Mrs. A. E. Keifer. Na Molay, Mrs. Olho Wykert Hewitt-Renfro Vows Exchanged Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Hew- tt are at home at 1007 8th St.. Waukegan, 111., after their cent marriage at the Evans Methodist Church. The bride, the former Judy Renfro, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert lenfro rf 1123 Pleasant Acres Dr. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hewitt of La Salle. The Rev. John Melzler officiated at the double ring service. The bride's father gave her in marriage in the presence of 1001 guests. Sherry Roth was organist and EDITORIAL -- "FIRST IN THE HEARTS OF OUR COUNTRYMEN" LUKE 12: 13, 14 Young Matrons, Christmas Caro i Lang i eVi soi^t. A u an Hen . party, Mrs. C. R. Patterson. Friday- Country Coterie, Christmas luncheon, Garden Kitchen, 119 18th St., Greeley. Deu Lon Bridge, Mrs. Erie Hyde. Saturday- Odd Fellows and Dorothy Rebekah lodges, holiday dinner and parly. Ever combine ground veal and ham. for meat patties? Quicker to make than veal and ham pics, and similar in lavor! POINSETTIAS -- Thrae Blooms P«r Plant -- Azaleas -- Begonias -- Cyclamen -- Kalanchoes Miniature Rose Plants -- Miniature Living Christmas Trees and Holly Trees -- Potted Mums LARGE SELECTION -- ORDER NOW TO, brother of the bride, and Connie Rcnfro. niece of the bride, lighted the candles. Joyce Woodis was maid of honor and Kathy Graff was bridesmaid, Barbara'Renfro, cousin of the bride, was flower girl and Matt Wells, cousin of the bridegroom, carried the rings. Bob Rice of La Salle served as best man with Charles Weber as groomsman. LeRoy Kcyser was usher. After the ceremony, a reception was held at 'he church. The bride «tlcnded Evans High School. The bridegroom is a 1061 graduate of La Sflle High School, fie recently completed basic training with the navy at San Diegn. Calif., and Is now Inking o mechanical engineers course with the Navy at Waukegan. -- BEAUTIFUL AND UNUSUAL -- Imported Christmas Horn* Decorations and Christmas Light S«ts · Wrraths · Rapine] t low|hi, Gntn and Flocked Chriirmt* Tr*ti MORGAN Grave IbnktN 2201 Kttcrrair M. N U R S E R Y 153-4442 DF.NVER (AH - The State Industrial Commission F r i d a y nwnrdcd $15.884 in death benefits to the widow of a nun who per- shed with two others in a spectacular fire Sept. 22. The sura will be paid over a six- year period ft $220.62 a month to Mrs. Edna Espinoza, mother of three. The husband and father, Alex Espinoza, died of burns suffered in «n explosion nd fire that destroyed an auto agency where he was employed. "And one of the company said to him, 'Master, speak to my brother, that he divide the inheritance with me." And he said unto him, 'Man, who made me a judge or a divider over you?'" Thus spoke the Master in rejecting the appeal of the disinherited brother. It was an obvious case of inequity and all who believed in "social justice" must have expected Jesus to intervene. But not so--He refused to be "a judge or a divider" over the material possessions of men. Today, some 19 centuries later, the government of the United States does not hesitate to accept this responsibility and is rapidly expanding its role as "divider." As the distributor of vast appropriations for federal aid and welfare to individual citizens and local communities, the government takes from one group of citizens to give to others. Christmas, 1962, comes during a time of international tension. We like to think of ourselves as a Christian nation--a people dedicated to upholding those principles that Christ enunciated. Yet w« are being challenged from abroad by the vast power of an atheistic, socialist dictatorship; and weakened from within by our selfish materialism that results in transferring an ever growing list of responsibilities from individuals to the government. There was a time when Christmas meant sharing with those less fortunate--today it i« all too often an alcoholic binge as the climax of a luxury spending spree. Our brother's keeper? Uncle Sam and his welfare checks will take care of that! America needs a united citizenry of strong mon and women if the Soviet threat is to be repulsed. (5od needs strong men and women if the challenge of the First Christmas is to !· accepted. How do we increase our strength as citizens, as Christians? Do government subsidies make us strong? If «.o, why are the rail- roads, the steamship lines and farmers In such a sorry state? Will federal grants of funds for swimming pools, sewage disposal plants and water reservoirs build strong local communities? Did the Swedish government subsidy to the churches improve church attendance and advance Christianity? All of these "divider" activities weaken those \vhom they attempt to help. Work r,nd exercise builds muscle--study and application improves mental capacity--responsibility strengthens moral fibre. In succumbing to the materialist ic. social justice arguments of the interventionists ami socialists we have jeopardized the most important asset our nation possesses--the strength of millions of free individuals willing to accept responsibility. Tragic inequities persist between I he people In different parts of the world. .Justice and equity do not always prevail, even in the United States. However, in less than two centuries, American private competitive enterprise has made greater progress toward the elimination of human suffering than was attained during the previous 1800 years. Might docs not make right and the end does not justify the means. Luke 12: II? and 14 should have a special message at Christmas 1!I62. It is a challenge for each individual to resist the temptation of getting something for nothing from the government; to be willing In grow in strength by accepting the responsibility to onrn his own "divide" and to nhare, v o l u n t a r i l y , with others. CHARLES B, SHUMAN rrpalti(Mil. Amcrlcnn Farm Bureau Federation A half-teaspoon of dry mustard and an eighth-teaspoon of paprik;i|| ·; are good seasonings In add to ;' 11 four-egg cheese souffle. US! THE TRIBUNI WANT ADS] Strengthen this clear, sound, responsible "Voice of Agriculture" to all America, hacked by 1,600,000 volunteer-paid members; in Colorado by 14,012 Furrn Bureau members -- first stale in U.S.A. to make quota; 2,047 quota members in Weld out of 3,055 potential. You can depend on Karm Bureau to help "Keep U* Free in '63". 12-7-'«2 1

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