Social Calendar Letha Warehime Engagement Announced Mr. and Mrs. Waller Warehime, 1429 I2lh Ave., announce the engagement of their daughter, Letha, to Doug Mayeda, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam May'eda of Fort Luplon. The bride-elect is a graduate ot West High School and is employed by Hewlett-Packard'-at Loveland. Her fiance is a graduate of Evans High School and is attending the University of Northern Colorado majoring in business management. June 3 lias been chosen as the wedding date. M r . Motorist . . . D o y o u think STOP means stop? The Stale Patrol warns that the tendency of many drivers to cheat a little on traffic signs or to ignore them is (he cause of a great many accidents -Obey all signs at all times for they .are signs of life. Thursday, April 11 9 : 3 0 a.m. Christian Women's Fellowship Group 2 at the home of Mrs.. Roger Herbert, 2402 Sunset. Lane; Group 1 at the home of Mrs. Don Myers, 2018 24th St. Road. 9:30 a.m. Methodist WSWS Miriam Circle at the home of Mrs. W. F. Atkisson, 1813 15th St.; Mary Martha Circle at the home of Mrs. Richard Murray, 2181 Buena Visla Drive; Esther Circle at the church parlor with Mrs. Gary Gragdon, Mrs. Jim Waring and Mrs. Charlotte Borgens as hostesses. 9:30 a.m. Foster Parents Association of Weld County Staff Room of Weld County D e p a r t m e n t o f Welfare, 1027 IGth St. Public 1 2 : 3 0 p.m. Christian Women's Fellowship Group 3, covered dish luncheon, with Mrs. William Ileilman, 2614 12th St. Road, as hostess. 1 p.m. Senior Citizens Club, Recreation Center. 1 p.m. First Congregational the home of Mrs. George Mosier, 2439 West IHh SI., Apt. 12, assisted by Mrs. Victor Wilger. at the home of Mrs. Carroll Nickle, 1925 14th St. Road; Group S'wilh Mrs. Clay Armes, 2418 51st Ave. 2 p.m. Kuner Community Circle at the home of Mrs. Millie Frank, Kersey. Roll call to be answered with a gardening hint. 6 p.m. Weight Watchers, third floor of the Denver. C:3fl p.m. Auxiliary to VFW Pioneer Post No. 2121, covered dish dinner, followed by hospital and cancer sewing, Brannaman Hall. ' 7:30 p.m. Hiawatha Council 39, Degree of Pocahontas, DAV Home, 2406 6th Ave. Arbor Day Article Read at Ladies Aid An article on Arbor Day was read by Mrs. Carl Samlen to open the meeting of the Gilerest Ladies Aid at the home of Mrs. Rachel Orr. Mrs. Alice Timothy was the assisting hostess and Mrs. Helen Larson, a guest. Twenty-four members answered roll call with a house- Women's Society Group 3 at cleaning hint. For devotionals 1:30 p.m. Methodist WSCS Dorcas Circle at the home of Mrs. W. W. Webster, 1601 Glenmere Blvd., assisted by M r s . Dwight Lambert;; Elizabeth Circle at the home of Mrs. W. T. Bain, 1521 13th| Ave.; Priscilla Circle at the home of Mrs. Ira Moore, 124 N. 23rd Ave. Court; Rachel Circle at the home of Mrs. Guy Bennington, 1130 13th St.; Ruth Circle at the home of Mrs. Roy Ahrend, 2117 7th Ave. 1 : 3 0 p.m. Christian Women's Fellowship Group 4 Mrs. Ben Lohrey read the 24th chapter of Luke. She also read "The Lord Is Risen Indeed," "A Living Savior" and a poem "True Joy." . Mrs. Mae Timms read an article on cancer. H was reported that 71 .-'caiicer pads were completed.. . .A game for entertainment ivas provided by Mrs. Timms with prizes .going to Mrs. Earl Cogburn and Mrs. Mary Lorenz. The next meeting will be at 1:30 p.m., June 21, at the home pf Mrs.' Aura Barefoot. Co-hos- less will be Mrs. 'Earl Coon and Mrs. Geraldine Mossman. WANT TO RENT THE NEWEST STYLES IN FORMAL WEAR? Black Peak Lapel Blue Peak Lapel Edwardian Double Breast Brown Peak Lapel The Adventurer for Daylight Wedding . . . Flare or Regular Pant Pink Ruffled Shirt Lavender Ruffled Shirt Gold Ruffled Shirt Yellov; Ruffled Shirt Blue Ruffled Shirt ; White Ruffled Shirt All coordinated accessaries $12.50 to $26.00 At One Delivery STYLE mm HILLSIDE SHOPPING CENTER LOTS OF FREE PARKING i u ' Opjn tvery night till 1:30' -----Use Your BankA.mericard or Master Charge Tnos., April 25, 1972 fiREET-EY (Colo.) TRIBUNE 19 Doll Collection Is Club ProgramTM'; - ..O - , ', : V "Over Ihe years I have col-l Members answered roll caij ccled over 400 dolls" was the wilh "What I remember of my'. idalnmonl ni.nrlp hv Mrc Itanp! founi.iln ln1l " Riv nÂ«ncle n^- P L A N S P R I N G DANCE - A spring dance for Welcome Wagon Newcomers Club members and guests will be held from 9 p.m.-l a.m., Saturday, April 29, at the VFW Hall. Proceeds from the gala event will be used hi Ihe purchase of a pathology specimen processor (or Weld County General Hospital. Pictured, from left, are Mrs. Fred Klouda and Mrs. Leland Johnson, general chairmen, ami Mrs. Robert Rumtells, in charge of pub- licily. Unable to be present for Ihe picture was another general chairman, Mrs. L. Jack Albert. (Tribune photo by Hose Mary Koob) Kentucky U. Alumni Plan Derby Party The University of Kentucky alumni and friends will host their annual Derby Parly and Luncheon Saturday, May 6, at the Petroleum Club. ."Mint Jutips" start at 11:.10 a.m., with the luncheon lo follow at 12:CO p.m. CSU Home Economist Explains Dangers of Oven Cooking Bags FORT COLLINS -- Improper:the package directions." use of oven cooking bags can present certain hazards, a Colorado Slale University extension socialist in foods and n u t r i t i o n cautions. Dr. Lewis W. Cochran, vice TI, C |, a g s cml favorite doll." sent included ivhile pine and hickory wood. Some were made of sea shells, some of dried apples. Six guests pre- Mrs. Bolln and made by Mrs. 3olin of Briggsdale. "Dolls lhal lave delighled countless lillle girls have been collected from he many states of our country Â·Vnd several foreign countries," she continued when giving the irogram on her favorite hobby "Collection of Dolls" before members of the West Kersey Club when Ilicy met til Ihe liome of Mrs. Lou Barnes Wednesday afternoon. Dolls of Mrs. Bolin's collection dale back lo 1BS7. Materials used on some of the mosl unique dolls were [hose marie of tin and china, also, others President Nixon has three 1 carved by human hands out of dogs. They are King Timahoe/" Mrs. Harold Nesbitt of Long? monl, Mrs. Marvin Miller of Kersey, Mrs. Frank Reid, Mrs, Sarah Grcenway and Mrs. W; : F. Koonly, all of Greeley. Dessert was served by Mrs. Lucille Plumb and Mrs. Barnes. The West Kersey Club's annual May luncheon and field trip is planned for May 17. Reservations are to bÂ« made wilh the hoslesses, Mrs. Louis Klein and Mrs. Howard John- Irish setter; Vicki, a gray : poodle, and Pasha, a Yorkshire terrier. When somebody offers you MOTHPROOFING Miss Henry adds that il ii necessary to use a pan large cnonsh to contain the cMitire hag or wrap, so dial the hag does president of acadamic affairs, will be the luncheon speaker. For further informalion and reservations c o n t a c t Doris Vidakovits, 28G4 S. Paris Court, not overlap Ihe sides, and deep a problem .enough to hokl all liquid lhal to the homemaker unless manu-l |11H V be released d u r i n g f a c t u r e r s ' directions jcooking. followed carefully, according to! The pan should be at Icasl Miss Betlv Henry. How- two inches deep sturdy ever, she warns that such i n - e n o u g h lo support Hie weii'hl Denver 80232, Ph. 755-1047. slructions may not yet he on'of Hie foot! being cooked, she Deadline for reservations . is:all packages. .ndvised. May 1. .,k! .-Arm/4 Ir om ^ By HELOISE CRUSE | All correspondence pertaining to the Heloise fi column should be mailed directly to Heloist, King Features Syndicate, 235 E. 45th Street Ntw York, New York 10017. In explaining now safely p m - j -Six half-inch slits should le cednres released by tnanufacl- made in Ihe fop of the cooking irers of oven cooking bags and bag before it is placed in the wraps at the request of the U.S. oven. Food and Drug Administration, i The specialist cautions thai Miss Henry points out t h a t ad-l|)i e manufacturer's directions ding flour to oven' cooking bags or wraps will prevent "bumping" and possible, bursting of the hags. Dear Folks: I've been on a hot cake binge now for three weeks, and it all started when 1 watched an old movie on TV and the mother was mixing pancakes from scratch. Made me feel mighty glad we had ready-mixes and didn't have to build a wood fire, brought back But it sure memories. During the depression: .we days of (he had Ihcm so a n d - c u t them into t i d b i t s ami many different ways . . . sometimes we Would peel goobers, (peanuts; -truly) and chop them up for peanut.pancakes. Others would h a v e - p e c a n s (if we had them). Well, that is ; whal I just did now. I chopped the nuts up but not : loo fine. If you want to taste them they must be crimchy, crunchy. I've fried every nut on the market and .they are all wonderful. They go. a long way so you don't have to use loo many. I also found that if I used an iced lea spoon for a scoop, T made the' hot cakes the size of silver dollars, and my family liked them even heller. When strawberries, blackberries or' boy'sciiberrics are in season, 'I always lake a few ful, and such a delight. Jusl lo change the menu little, sometimes I bake waffles with these wonderful additions "Make sure the flour coals " c "7 s TM' " l u m .Â°" ln . c av TM to Ihe baiter. . fl,,. insi,!* nf ii,Â» hTM n , u.Vm, B l l d kce l' l l l c " ve " (lmir Closed." add lliem lo Ihe baiter. Wonder- regarding temperatures . and limes should bo followed cure- fully; also, lli.il liomcmakers should rail use (lie bags under 'Bumping' occurs," shej b r n i 1 e r hol!l l)r Â°" nn outdoor said, "when water and mellcdi 1 !!''"- ' 1 '* lc ' KI BS wore nol deaf accumulate during cooking -'Bneif for these uses, Miss Henry warns. After the food is cooked, and form scparale layers. The melted fal becomes the lop layer and prevents slcani from escaping from lhÂ« bag. Should!" few minutes to let ihe steam this "bumping" or popping bc-|in the bag subside. Then Hip. come too violent, il may b r c a k j s a m e care should be taken in should be allowed lo stand for ask is it GUARANTEED Sanitone Certified Mfis/erVrycfcnncr Sanilone's Is. It's the worrypro'at Â·" mothproofing you can depend on. ' Wo guarantee to repair any molh Â·: damage or pay lhÂ« deprecltted ,-Â· value of Ihe garment. (Furs ex-i Â· eluded.) You can always trust lhÂ« Â· care of your. dollies.lo u--your clothes care authority. the bag." She says tlm fir.st step in o v c n j a bag and wrap cooking is to P a n a shake at least one tablespoon [opening Ihe bag as in r e m o v i n g | ~ ""' form a steaming sauce of flour inside. "Should you ever have an oven f re trom any cause," Miss Henry said, "lurn off Ihe oven Â· Two locations -280.0 10th St. 1214 9th Ave. W i l s h i r e Downtown 352-8521 352-3210 the inside of the bag or wrap, And don't forget t h a t - y o u canine explained. "Then add I h e fake molasses, sorghum, orj l n c ; l t, which has been trimmed honey ami pour a spoonful on a pat of softened butler and whip il wilh your fork t i l l il turns opaque! Oh, I h a v c n ' l done that since ! was a kid and it's been so much furi lately. Heloise of excess f a l . If the bag comes wilh a seasoning or sauce: mix,| was horn in Charles City Conn- do not use flour; instead. Follow William I I . Harrison, ninlh president of I tic United .Stales, scarves S.M. Dear Heloise: Here's a hint that, to me, is h e l p f u l , so I ' l l call il "Savingj wear on the ironing board." I have an 18-monlh-oJd son' and during the week there a r e ' a few of his things lhal need' 10 be ironed. Since I don't h a v e , a full ironing lo do, I find if I use my wooden culling board, 11 works out fine. . ] I just cover il wilh a hand | towel and place the board on rny counter top and iron away.! His small clothes fit very'nicely in the cutting bnard. I have also found this n i c c j vhen small dresser need lo be pressed. Jear Heloise: After searching Inc.stores for small bread box, I was disappoinled I could not f i n d one as small as I wanted. One day in a slorc I spied i shelf of shiny aluminum rural mailboxes. Bingo -- the lights slarted flashing so I purchased a small one. My husband built a shelf on he room divider by the refrigerator and faslencd the mail box lo the shelf with ;crews. When I need bread from the store I pull up Ihe red flag as a reminder! I now have my small bread box, Ihe like of which has nol been seen before! Mrs. I'errino FASHION BAR AT EIGHTH AND NJNTH OPEN THURS. AND Fftl. NIGHTS 'TIL 8:30 -- FREE PARKING AT NIGHTS t)ear Ifoloise: My mother lives alone an') finds it hard lo get enough stock T or makim; gravy. When we have some extra ?ravy, I frec/e it in a plastic ice cube tray for her. One cube will hold four tablespoons of gravy, which will be abnul enough for one good icrving of masher] potatoes. Mrs. Sorenson Copyright, 1972 King Feature* Syndicate, Inc. GOAL OF VISITORS EDINBUIUill, Scotland ( A f ) -- Most popular place in-Scotland for visitors is Edinburgh Castle, which drew 1545,^00 people in the pasl 12 monlh 1 ;, 35 per cent.more than in the previous year. follow the leader. . . LEVl'S @ sueded denims Up nnd over. Down and through. A bo/ never slops rjoint)! He needs sturdy Levi's jeans for his rough nnd tumble play. Rugged cotton denim for lasting comforl. Stilctiod wilh '.ironqest thread for long wear. And Levi'sÂ® ,iro 'neal'! He can wear Ihcse mellow sueded hell boltoms anywhere he gocsl Blue, mocha or wine, Sixes 8-13 rcg., 6-H slim. 6.00 SHOP 9:30 lo 9:00 Won. thru Fri., . 9:30 lo 5:30 on Sill. W I L S H I R E C E N T E R , 7900 W. lOlh St.
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