Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on October 21, 1969 · Page 2
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Page 2 GREELEY TRIUUNE Tucs.., Ocl. 21, 1969 Barbara Frictchic Ten I Plans President's ...Visit Members of Barbara Friclchic 1 5, nnd approved a cash dona- Tent No. 11. Daughters of Ur,-jlion for Ihc American Heel Cross, ion Veterans of the Civil W»r,j Hostesses were Mmos. Chris made plans for the official visiliKocnig, Annctla Morris and U. of the president of the Depart-! K. Kocnig. Mrs. Blanche Heck- nicnt of Colorado - Wyoming, i wt received (lie prize for the when (hey met at (lie Salvation evening. Army Citadel for a business and' social meeting. Even partial thawing and re ; Mrs. Helen Qitellc will be the'freezing of foods reduce the eat- gucsl of honor at a dinner al ing quality, according lo the U. the College Inn at li p.m. on S. Department of Agriculture. Nov. (i. The business meeting!The eating quality of red meals will be at the Citadel al 7:30 ; is affected less than that of p.m. i other foods. Members also signed » card of frrom By HELOISE CRUSE otAe All correspondence pcrtalnlnij to th* Hflolu column should be mailed directly to HileiH, King Features Syndicate, 235 E. 45th Strtct, Now York, New York 10017. Dear Hcloise: I had so many souvenirs (such as matches, pamphlets am postcards) from different places 1 had been, that 1 thought it wai a shame to hide them away in a drawer. Suddenly I got a brainstorm. Why not make a permanen place to put them where they could be seen? So I went to the stationery store and bought a large pieo of pressboard and cut it int Tour placcmats. Then I arranged my sou venirs on Hie pressboard an congratulations for Mr. mid Mrs, Soak neglected paint brushes Covered heni wi 1 c H a d h e John Harlman who celebrated]in hot vinegar to clean and! their 43lh anniversary on Oct. make them as pliable as new.] Deo*.-At ( (C) 1967 by Chicago Trlb ""=-N-Y. Ncws.Synd.) 7 ' By Abigail Van Buren ABBY: Our family is divided on something and w e d like your opinion. Our father and mother were married for 32 years. Eight months ago, Mother died after a lingering illness and Dad was so broken up over it we thought we were going to have to bury him, too. After six months Dad's grief miraculously vanished when on a vacation to recuperate lie met a woman slightly younger than Mother. You guessed it. They are planning to be married soon. Some feel that out of respect to Mother, Dad should wait a full year to remarry. Others say it's not necessary. What do you say, Abby? NO NAME OR TOWN, PLS. DEAR NO: Walling to show "respect" for the deceased Is a pretense. The lime to show "respect" is while that person is living. If your father made your mother happy, and gave her a good life, that Is all the "respect" any woman wants. If ho wasn't · good husband, wailing a yoar to remarry (or 20 years!) will nol show "respect" to a deceased wife. It's too late. She is gonel DEAR ABBY: Our teen-age daughter's boyfriend rc- ccnlly went into the service. He wrote and asked her to send him a picture of her in a bikini, and one in a sheer shnrly nighty. He said lie wants to put it on a display board! Our daughter doesn't have any pictures of herself that fit that description yet, but she wrote and told him she would have some taken right away and'send thchvto him. We. disapprove,.for frankly we think- Christians-should not be seen in lustful attire as lie lias requested. Rut it seems" that she -desires to fulfill his every wisli rather' llian abide by our teaching. . Don't you think if this boy really respected her he would riot have asked for such pictures? also, don't you think that if she had- proper respect for herself and her- parents .-.she \vould try to forget this boy? ';. . HEARTBROKEN PARENTS DEAR PARENTS: Since the boy did ask, and your daughter .responded in the affirmative, I would say the matter is out of your hands. But you aro correct in stating the boy lacks respect for his "girl" and she lacks respect for herielf. DAR ABBY: I notice that some of your readers object to people referring to "police officers" as "cops." Why? There is nothing derogatory about it. 1 am told by a British friend that "COP" is short for "Constable On Patrol." In San Francisco where I grew up we had n beloved Irishcop who settled our baseball disputes and was our friend and Father Confessor. We all called him a "cop" and meant no disrespect. Of course this was a long time ago, as I am a veteran of World War I and II. Best regards. CI1ET IN ATASCADERO FATHER OF TWIN BOYS: Talk with the boys. Neither accuse nor condemn. If your suspicions arc correct, arrange for professional counseling. This could be a "stage" through which they will soon pass, hut take no chances. Everybody has a problem. What's yours? For a personal reply write to Abby, Box 49700, Los Angeles, Calif. 90069, and enclose a stamped, self-addressed envelope. Give your home A NEW LOOK with custom-made draperies Slake tlie most of your decor w i I; h beautiful draperies or slipcovers custom styled to your specifications. Free estimates. 901 16th Street D i a l : 352-9595 DRAPERIES UPHOLSTERING CARPETING KOMAC PAINTS ART SUPPLIES plastic. turned out darling and I've had more compliment on my novel placemals. Patricia Harncd * * * What a precious way to kee; those cherished mementos. And did you know, that if yoi didn't want to make the place mats, you could use this sami idea to make a bulletin boan for your den, kitchen or bee room? Love, Heloise * + * Dear Hcloise: For a quick marshmallov roast for the little ones: Take a cookie sheet, lay crackers to cover the sheet am put a marshmallow on eac cracker. Now put under broile and toast lo a golden brown. The children love them, am no burned fingers. Great Grandmother * * * Dear Ileloise: Did you ever find yoursel in dire need of a shoe horn' Like when you have lo put youi tight shoes on aflcr a gym session, at a doctor's office, o after slipping them off al the theater? Well, if you place a folded-in half crisp dollar bill agains your heel as you slip your foo into the shoe, you will have a wonderful makeshift shoehorn In fact, any stiff piece of paper will act as well. Try it and sec, and be amazed how miraculously it works Mrs. Eugene Jacobs « * * Loiter of Laughter Dear Heloise: My grandmother, when firs married, wanted lo impress mj _;r;indfathcr with her cookinf so she baked him a pic. When asked how he liked -ii :ic replied, "H's nice, dear, bu it's tlie first, lime I've.seen i pumpkin pie with a lop crusl!' Mrs. Gary Kinsella * * * Dear Hcloise: When I am sewing a hem make a knot (like you do when you are finished sewing) everj Ihrec or four inches aroimt Die hem of the garment. Do not cut the thread, but eon. [inue sewing. This way, if you catch your icm on something, it will only ·ip between the knots -- the vholc thing won'l come down --and you won't have sn mucl mending lo do. This is especially good on children'!! dollies. Dorothy Pecoraro * * * * Dear Ileloise: 1 have found thai a muffin pan can be used as a tray for cold drinks. You can carry six or more (or less) al a time. Also, there is not the worry of tlie glasses sliding off as there would be on a regular tray. Really docs work great. Mrs. Edward Kenne Dear Ileloise: 1 want to pass on a helpful hint for removing excess paint 3 yards 39-inch. (sometimes called a frog) wit holes in it just the size of m pens and pencils. These frogs work perfect!} because they are very sturdy and my pens slay put on to; of my desk. No more lookini all over the house for one. Monica Danna * * * This column is written foi you . . . the housewife am liomemaker. If you have a hin or a problem write to Ileloise in care of the above address Because of the tremendous vol ume of mail, Heloise is unable to answer all individual letters She will, however, answer you: questions in her column when ever possible. Copyright, 1969, King Features Syndicate, Inc When spots appear on suede shoes or bags that ordinary brushing won't remove, try this: Lightly rub over each spot will an emery board -- and then steam over a boifing kettle Your suede will look like new. Always hang slacks or any type of trousers by the legs after washing. The wet weighl of the garment will take almost all the wrinkles out, so lhat the slacks will need little pressing. For Larger Sizes PRINTED PATTERN' The eleagnt redingote look re- urns -- result of clever seam- ng and soft tie. Have the in- et in same or contrast fabric o heighten effect. Printed Pattern 4537: New Horoscope Forecast WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22 GENERAL TENDENCIES: You have some new attitudes that are very good in any cooperative venture. Be careful until noon that you do not commit yourself at some personal duties for more than you can attend. The evening finds you able to make some definite decisions that require some quick changes if all is to go well. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19 Be sure you get routine wor done early since something un expected can happen and yo want to have free time for such Listening to what an expert ha to say can pay off later on. B smart. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20 Look to that clever associat for the ideas you want at thi time instead of discussing them with pals. You have to use d plomacy in any social affair later. Don't start an argumen over some controversial mattei GEMINI (May 21 to June 21 If you really want to add t abundance, listen to what higher-up has to suggest, ac vise. Be sure to presevere i some difficult task ahead o you. This makes a big impres iion on higher-ups. MOON CHILDREN (June 2 o July 21) You can advanc more quickly in your career i you keep up to date on mos current trends in your line o endeavor. You have excellen lew ideas to offer those will whom you are closely allied. Bi jractical. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Take care of all responsibilities aheai of you so that you have more ime to be with loved one. Fol ow your hunches and you knov exactly the right arrangement :o make for the future. Be effi cient. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22 Your associates are vital lo you advancement right now, so d everything in your power t come lo a betler underslandin with them. Talk over presen operations in a very practica ,vay. Get busy on the cullura in the evening. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22 Try lo make your home more comfortable and beautiful st .hat all will be more peacefu :here. Cooperate with an irri .ated co-worker. Find the righ gadgets that make yiur wor] easier. Be smart.. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21 Discuss wilh others just ho\ you can make your personal lif more satisfying and enjoyable See how and where they can bi of assistance. Be sure to enter ,ain others and you get big ben efits later on. Doctor Advises How To Buy Shoes If you need new shoes, hole iff buying them until the enc it the day when you're footsore ind weary, recommends a pro essor of physical medicine ai he University of Southern Cali ornia School of Medicine. The method behind this lieart ess advice, Dr. Rene Caillie ays, is that tired feet are also elaxed, sensitive and slight y broadened by the day's wear nd tear. New shoes that fee omfortable under these condi ions are almost certain to con inue to feel comfortable. However, the physician is liglily skeptical about the fit'o :ll women's shoes that are also icceptable stylistically. Describ ng tlie "good standard shoe 1 Vomen's Sixes 34, 36, 38, 40, 42, s having a reasonably low 4, 46. Size 36 (bust 40) takes broad heel, narrow waist anc that always manages to get 01 your hands: Any kind of oily furniture pol ish -- even cooking oil -- rub bed on the spots that you wisl lo remove, will leave your liands spotless in seconds. A Reader * + * Dear Heloise: 1 found the greatest holde for my pencils and pens. a .glass flower-holde Let us help you get rid of bills with a If you're having money troubles, come to us for help. Industrial 816 8th Avenut Grecley, Colorado Sixty-five cents in coins for each jattern -- add 15 cents for each lattcrn for first-class mailing and special handling. Send to Anne Adams, care of (Greeley Tribune 303) Pattern Dept., 243 West 17th St., New York, N. Y.I 10011. Print name, address with .ip, size and style number. Big, new fall - winter Pattern Catalog -- 105 styles, free pat- 1 tern coupon, 50c. Instant sewing book -- cul, fit, sew modern \vay, $1.00. Instant fashion book -- wardrobe planning secrets, flattery, accessory tips, $1.00. straight inner border, Dr. Cail- iiet says these seem to be limited to men's and children's shoe lines. But men, women and children can all follow the doctor's prescription for socks: one-half inch longer than the longest toe, and changed daily. By Carroll Righter SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21.) Find out what family want and need and quietly do those tilings that please them. Be sure that you get rid of that obstacle that stands in the way of happiness. Don't be cryptic with anyone. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Talk over how you and associates can become more successful in your line of endeavor, but do it without losing your emper. Then get busy making appointments and correspond- ng. Be explicit. Have fun in he evening. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 9) Study that plan well that vill help you to have more abundance in the near future, et information from one who s really successful. Cutting ex- jenses can be possible, if you hink in a practical way. Don't e too soft with others. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Be more interested in the social now and stop giving in to that demanding, narow-mlnded per son. Get out and have fun. You are such an attractive person that others will really appreciate. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY . . . he, or she, will be one of those fascinating young people who is friendly one minute, and then hard to get along with the next. So give discipline early that sets the mind on a straight and logical course. i There is the ability to look at botli sides of any situation. This can come in very handy in such · professions as tlie law, teaching,' writing, etc; Give religious training early. "The Stars impel, they do not compel." 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