Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on April 24, 1972 · Page 24
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 24

Greeley, Colorado
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Monday, April 24, 1972
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21 GREELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE Mon., April 24, 1972 Horoscope Forecast By Carroll Rlghler Tuesday, April. 25 . I LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Sitjvsisc altention; take care of GENERAL TENDENCIES: jd° wn wi'h associates and l.nlkjthem first of all lotlay. Gel The daytime is excellent for o v e r . how to have more future credit affairs handled early. coordinating your efforts toward cooperative goals with those goodwill from cuslomcrs. A letter may reach you that opens you have known for a consider able period of time. But the evening is not good for anything that is of a risky nature, or for listening to unreliable per- ncw doors of opportunity to you. Take care of it quickly.' VIRGO (Aug. 22 to' Sept. 22) If you follow advice experts sons who are trying to gel you give you, you know how best to do what they wanl. ARIES (Mar. 21 lo Apr. 19) Day hours are best for contact-, ing individuals who can help you advance in some way, bill the evening is taboo for such. Shop around for ariicles you need in the days ahead. Treat mood male wilh more kindness for best results. lo handle financial and other matters well. Set up a new budget t h a t meets the present needs. Stop being so old-fashioned in daily operations. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. You TAURUS (Apr. 20 lo May 20) Planning for more money in the f u l i i r c is wise during the day, but take care you do not overspend for pleasure in p.m. Look valued. Have f u n . into new avenues of expcssion died in such a way that for which vou are suited. A more cooperative attitude toward co-workers is good. G E M I N I (May 21 to June 21) You can enjoy dining and other pleasures with one you like and make this a mutually happy day. Plan jusl how to Improve your present existence besl. Slop playing games with male or you get into trouble. MOON' CHILDREN (June 22 lo July 21) Kocus attention on home and family and do some delightful entertaining there In p.m. Add the bric-a-brac, articles Unit add lo its charm, comfort. ^I'ay those further delay. bills without profits anil how to gain more Showing you arc exact makes a fine impression on others. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 lo Feb. from _A/?/e 19) New ideas are swimming all our ideas to save time, money and work. are in now a most charming! , . and can do much f s . an " » regular allies who dcn! '"f. " ' AttendTM"!': 1 '"* wound in your head and if you contact people "who can he helpful with them, you can make big headway soon. Study brochures, manuscripts, periodicals, etc., also. A more enthusiastic manner is wise now. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) 'our intuition is working fine :lay, so be sure to rely on more t h a n vou have in the . , , ,, , " Bh results when presence rather depressed. your appreciated, are l u t n ^ i ucpmoacu. """'"In.-....).!/..! hat social affair where vnnrlV l o u 8. m f u l be SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov 21) \ Secret affairs need to be - VOUI! TODAY ... tonight th will make CHILI) IS lie or she gifted male HORN wil be O16C By HELOISE CRUSE All correspondence pertaining to the Heloiss column should be mailed directly to Heloise, King Features Syndicate, 235 E. 45th Slrtit New York, Now York 10017. Dear Heloise: Thanks for giving us a back fence over which to exchange Here is one I use: Save those oodles of plastic lids that come on every thing, plus all the plastic bottles, cHrfons, etc. Boys love to "whiz" the Kds' (as is) like a flying saucer. Or you could cut a circle out of the center to make replacement rings lost from their ring toss game. The bottom two 1 inches or so of a plastic liquid soap bottle makes a great doliy balh tub everyone comes to the breakfast table on lime al our house. Someone always gets stuck with cold bacon and hard eggs, or gummy pancakes. My brainstorm was a lid from my for a small doll. This same part of a bleach who will q u i c k l y understand olhurs have in mind ;md are satisfied, so colled all tho; t h i s combined with the unusual in ormahon you can which will d ,. irm { , h|s n a t u r c can kc help you Better preparation for a h an(| sllcc . essful , ife r n n mava i l a i l u M n T I n i ; n m r o ! , I ' J . . . s i n c c communicating with " j o l l i e r s will come easy. An ideal k'harl for the super salesperson, daily duties more, so (agonistic toward others. SAGITTARIUS Dec. 21) If you (Nov. 22 plan how tol beautician, the artist, and be more helpful to good friends, you can get along harmoniously wilh them in the future. Accept invitation lo a party in p.m. that will make it possible for you to rub elbows with charming people and make (hem your friends. Grow. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) You have, many career mat- '{particularly the stage and the movies. Wise discipline needed early, "the Stars impel, they do not hotilo makes a wonderful wash tub for dolly's clothes. Leftover flat pieces of plastic can be glued on the backs of paper dolls so Ihe dolls can be used over and over wilh no fear of tearing. Give (he kids a box of plastic articles and a pair of blunt- tipped scissors and just watch them create doll furniture, games, houses, etc. I have seven grandchildren who visit often and the box of plastic "throwaways" is Iheir favorite toy! Mrs. C. T. Snider compel." make of your life is largely up to you! (C) 1972 ht Syndicate, Inc. Twenty-four U.S. airlines during 1971 flew billion revelers Ihal need i m m e d i a t e a n d ' n u c passenger miles. lo heat stainless steel pan directly in my oven. (Jusl until hot -- don't melt Ihe knob!) Then I place il over the plate of food. This, plus a warmed plate should offer sufficient time for any late riser lo enjoy a warm breakfast -- without keeping Mom lied up in the kitchen like a short-order cook! Busy Housewife You can use my back fence any oP lime you want to! It's neighbors like you who make my world so wonderful. . . Love from, Heloise Dear Heloise: There's never a morning that let spring shine i n . . . f CUSTOM MADE 'DRAPERIES SALE for a limited time only SAVE 20% Rich iinliiinc xiilin l fihi'r fjl itimrsiiiin ilnmiixli.1 men aniHiui' sunns ·Yr'it}? I'rnrlirul fihi'r fflnxx ,'j7 -'*°t?' ('.usual hiiini'niiiiix y^ts^ j t {injiiirti'tl Hums Imagine! You con have elegant draperies tailored especially to your It'i^lo .. . wil limit pulling a hole in your budget! Our Special Sale v;iil in- Iroducc you lo Ilip lalcsl in home \viiutow decor . . . al a Ijig 20 per cent s a v i n g s ! tiring in your window mccisuromciils, ilien choose from .100 t r a d i t i o n a l and conlomporary drapery samples. Prints, solids, Inxlurcs, Novellios . . . lined or imlined ... in hundreds of pattern and color combinations. Your draperies will include flic finest tailoring delails, custom pleating, top (loading wilh permanent stiffening, .1" Ijollom hems and many other lonlures. Order valances, e x t r a yardage, top troalmenls and sheer undcr-draperies, loo. And save ?0 per cent on malcliing bedspreads! Now, wouldn't you like lo save a bundle on home decorating by shopping at Eakcrs today?! Measure: wicllh of rod, end lo end; desired length, lop of rotl down. Allow llircD weeks for delivery. p.s. We also stock Kirsch Drapery Hardware! SHOP 9:30 to 9:00 Mon. thru Fri., 9:30 fo 5:30 on Sat. WILSHIRE CENTER, 2900 W. 10th St. Letter Of Laughter Dear Heloise: This hint may help the person who is too skinny or too fat, to stick lo their diet a little heller. -Take a sheet of graph paper and plot out your weight -what you are now, and the weight you would like lo be. Write each pound lost gained on your graph so you can see your progress. The important part is for you lo post this graph in plain sight where everybody can see it -the refrigerator floor is excellent place. This is a sure-fire method for weight control! Celia J. Dear Ileloise: I really love to do crewe' embroidery but find the kits awfully expensive. Here's what a friend and I have worked out: I buy a kit and, by pulling he pattern up lo the window, race it o f f . My friend does the same, and we swap. Tiiis way we can make lots of things. ' I take samples of Ihe wool rom the kit and malch il lo needlepoint yarn that comes in small batches, and is very inexpensive. (You need lots of colors and it costs too much buying it in big hanks.) Ruby This column is written for you . . the housewife and homemaker. If you have a hint or a problem write to Ileloise in care of Ihe above address. Because of the tremendous volume of mail, Heloise is unable to answer all individual letters. She will, however, answer your questions in her column whenever possible. Copyright 1972 King Features Syndicate, Inc. BOOMERANG BAN BALSALL HEATH, England ( A I J ) -- Boomerang thrower Henry McCabc has been told In :ilop pitching his favorite missile in n public park near Birmingham. McCabe's boomerang always returns for a landing w i t h i n 10 feet of its launching place hut authorities ordered an end lo his Sunday morning practice sessions on DIP grounds t h a t "it could be rather dangerous." At least 00 per cent of Alfred Nobel's weallh came from jKNiccful uses of explosives hoi invented. Social Calendar 25 Tuesday, April 1 p, m. American W a r Mothers, work meeting, Blue 1'Tatne Room. 7:30 p.m. "Total Look" Fashion Show, sponsored by Greeley Hairdressers Association, at the Highland Hills Beauty Academy, W. 20th Street. Wednesday, April 26 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Women's Conference, University Center. Co-sponsored by Greeley Area Chamber of Commerce and Rocky · Mountain Regional Women's Bureau. 9:00 a.m. Eaton Toaslmis- tress Club; breakfast, Farm Fare Restaurant. 9:15 a.m. Amico Kensington a t Kirsl Congregational Church fellowship hall. 9:15 a.m. Morning Garden Club regular meeting, Mrs. Lee Eldred, Route 3. 9:30 p.m. Greeley Excelsis Woman's Club (CFWC) board meeting Mrs. Ralph Green, 2130 16th St. 9:30 a.m. AAUW Coffee House Book Review Group with Mrs. Stow Witwcr, cast of Greeley. Mrs. Clark Pago will review "All in Favor Say .Something" by Runa Ware, and "Angels in Pinafores" b Alice Humphreys. 10-10:30 a.m. Children's Story Hour, Weld Count) Library. 12:30 p.m. G. C. Club a 1 the home of Mrs. Earl J.| Bucher, 1809 10th Ave. i 12:30 p.m. Duplicate Bridge' Club, Greeley Country Club. 12:30 p.m. Greeley. Navy Mothers Club No. 15, covered dish dinner and social meeting, Blue Flame Room. Bring t a b l e service. Hostesses, Mmes. Nell Loll, Fay Burrous, Goldie Willis, Jackie Naftz, Ida Copes and Beatrice Hall. 1 p.m. Weight Watchers, third floor of The Denver. 1 p.m. Child Conservation League, luncheon at Carlson's Hul with regular meeting to follow at the home of Mis. Sarah Cuslar. 1 p.m. W.T.K. Club Social Day al Ihe home of Mrs. Rex Eaton Jr., 19!5 2Cth Ave. 2 p.m. GTC a t ' the home of Mrs. Jess Blevins, 107 12th St., Mrs. assisting. Ralph Sjoherg 7:30 p.m. Methodist WSCS Rebecca Circle, Mrs. Larry Knee, 1321 31st Ave. 7:30 p.m. Job's Daughters, Masonic Temple. 7:30 p.m. Weight Watcheis, Academy, 623 23rd Ave. 7 : 3 0 p.m. Christian Women's Fellowship Group 7 at Ihe home of Mrs. Jerry Bigbee, 412 N. 71sl Ave. Fellowship Guild with Mrs. Roy L. Smith, 1535 7th Ave. 8 p.m. Oasis Lodge, IOOF Hall. Rebekah 8 p.m. Evening ; Belles Toastmislress Club,' Thea Building, 909'llth Avenue. · 8 p.m. Zela Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi, Mrs. Jack Cockran, 2049 26th Ave. Pro= . gram'by Mrs. Kelley Meek and Mrs. Dale Ransom -will follow the ritual of jewels. 8 p.m. Parents Without Partners, coffee and guest, program on Mental Health, at the home of Mrs. Rose Mary Koob, 2605 W. 10th'St., Rapp's Mobile Court No. 21 at 26th Avenue and 10 th Streel. For more about PWP call 356-2087 or 352-5476 or write P. 0 Box 2GO, Greeley. A Time For Love' Fashion Show at CSV The Colorado State University S t u d e n t Home Economics Association at Fort Collins will present "A Time For Love," at 7 p.m. Tuesday, April 25, the east ballroom of the Student Center at CSU. The evening will be an informal seminar on how to plan Scvcnih-day Advenlist Junior a wedding. Displays of merchandise and services may be viewed from 7-8 p.m. followed by a bridal fashion show with garments from the ceremony to going-away outfits. In conclusion refreshments will be served. A nominal f e e w i l l b e charged. »J«-»J»«J»»*«»J»»J»«j4-»J»«J»*J»»J»-.J»«J»«J»«J»»J««J»*J»»J«. T t ? t T t ? t ± PRE-GRAND OPENING SPECIALS FOR SHE t $*One complete rack of jeans, | shirts, blouses (by Stuffed Shirt) 30' i ALL BRAND N E W -- JUST A R R I V E D . A L L G O A T off |*Lingerie -- Gowns -- Shorties - £ ALL BRAND NEW -Perfect for Mother's Day. _ A L L G O A T ....20 f ·t* off X FOR HE T T t T *:* t I t T Y Double Knit Sport Coats -JUST A R R I V E D UNBELIEVABLEAT Y y I ? Y Y *;* t Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y t ·Y Y Y Y f Y Y v . $ 49 50 up OUR GRAND OPENING WILL BE MAY 3, 4, 5, 6. WATCH FOR SPECIAL PRICES AND FREE GIFTS! y T T i SJore Hours Mon. thru Fri. Saturday Sunday 10:00 to8:30p.m. 10:00 to 6:00 p.m. 1:00 to 5:00 p.m. HE and SHE Hillside Mall Greeley, Colo. i i ty ty yt Y 't"$^*4^M"$t"i"$fr4^te^t+fr** HIGHLAND HILLS BEAUTY ACADEMY "SPECIAL" FOR THE MONTH OF APRIL Two Locations WEST SCHOOL 5316 W. 20th St. 353-4045 N DOWNTOWN SCHOOL 810'/ 2 8th St. 353-9340 GIFT CERTIFICATE FOR A MANICURE Will Be Given With Each Appointment For All Haircoloring and Permanent Waves GIFT CERTIFICATE GOOD THROUGH MONTH OF APRIL

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