Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 19, 1962 · Page 16
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 16

Greeley, Colorado
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Wednesday, December 19, 1962
Page 16
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jr rom ·y KELOItC CRUU All «rreepOfi4eriM pertaining It the Hek column iheuld ke malM directly U Helelee King Feature* Syndicate, t*S L 4fth New York, 17. N.V. u a* U warn baby bettln by mttiat them ia hot tap water tram the faucet in a can. It ha» saved in much screaming and t. Beverly A. Dear Heloiic I finally iouod a way to pitch those narrow-legged blue jean* ;Biy boys wear for play. My neighbor showed me. She merely rips the outside warn (not the inner flatfelkd one) for about 10 inches, along the knee area. She then flattens out the th»t leg and sews the patch on. Then she restitcbes the seam. This is much easier than struggling the way I have been doing. Sincerely, Helen W. The guilty one must pick the item up and put it in Its proper place His punishment is one more chore, such as sweeping the side- Dear Heloise: «** or burning the waste paper. Since I keep my portable sewing machine up most of the Thc ' r * ""* cheerfully because T --i. . i-- -i-.u "" time . . . I made a terry cloth cover for it-using the cover on saves me from getting it out and my toaster as a pattern. It looks putting it away each time I have real pretty and keeps my sewing something to mend. machine free of dust. Also it And bless the woman who toldi · Uw*- bare bet. «*·«· ahtet next time. Mrs. GJUL Dear Heloise Here is how I get my son and daughter to pick up their toys m y and clothes. Anytime I find a dropped article, I yell-"Goof off!" Both of the children come to see who it was wr Heloisc: I «f"mi[oo my own rugs. I have ound that I can tie little plaMic a|s on the legs of my furniture to prevent rust marks forming on carpet when wet. This if not as unsightly as other materials used to prevent permanent mark ings. Mrs. W. R. Rickecbacb ear Heloise: We never had a suitable canister set until we made our own out of two pound cotfee cans. We dent, Joyce Ehrlich; secretary / can SJILL be Imprinted with YOUR name in color! Order Today this is "Ihe" punishment and they have only themselves to blame. When something must be divided between the two children 1 let one of the children divide the pie (and so forth) and the other child choose the piece they want. You never saw such measuring in your life! Mrs. Morris Shelton * * * Letter of Laughter Dear Heloise: This is a message to those mothers who want to know how to get their children's socks clean after they have walked and danc ed around the house In their stock ing feet. Don't try; Just hide all of their clean socks, and when they wan clean ones, tell them to wash ou the dirty ones thesmelves. Afte they have washed out a few dirty pairs they will either go arouix painted these to match our kltch- ·n. then labeled each one with the name of what each can con- ained. We placed a seal in UK middle of the lid for decoration and prayed the whole can with a pray plastic for sealing and water-proofing. This is very inexpen- you ara Invited to "charj* It" Ashton 4-H Cluo held iU annual parents night and installation of officers at the last meeting. New officers installed at the candlelight ceremony were: pres- annual 4-H Achievement Banquet dent, Gary Steneel: vice presi- at the Platte Valley High School ive and can be done to suit your own color choice. This column is about the greatest thing since sliced bread.. I am making a scrap book from these articles for my own daugh- er who is only five months old now. When she marries, many of he hints will still be valuable, re- [ardless of the new products on he market. Thanks to you anc uig. Jeanne Boardman and Karla WUlich eacfe fav« a talk 01 trips they kad taUa *r- i*f tht jmr mi Mkrttbi k aectioo with 44 Jcaa aid Jaatce Dack detwa- strated "How to Judge a Rabbit" and Kay Wiiiicn and Crirti Carlson gave a demonstrate on How to Soap a Saddle art Care of Leather Goods." Moate Sam- · played an accordion solo tod Debbie Holzworth did a tap dance. Club leader, Lyle Shapiey, gave nut awards to the members. Kersey Busy Beavers held their oretta Mathias; treasurer, Gene Kammenell; and reporter Ken ueth Wagner. vesKnt cs'Ufain and ins were handed out by Dick Weist and Gilbert Wagner. Special awards were given to Joyce Meyer and John Briggs as outstand ing members of the club. Group singing was led by Harriet Lcs piano. Members will answer roll call at me next meeting with written suggestions (or projects and club improvement. Ed Bernhardt and Mrs Wagner served refresh Mrs. Henry meats. Next meeting will be Jan. 7. a 8 p.m., at the Ashton School house ... , - u u.tii., at MIC naiuuii oiuuui uuue aU of our readers. Keep 'era com- Membcrs pleaw ^ chan) , e in date of meeting. This change is necessary because the club will be attending Stock Show as a group Kiss that daughter for me! Wish I could. Heloise Stont 'Coins' Chang* HONOLULU - The stone money of the Island of Yap hi the western Pacific ranges from small change--stones less than 9 Inches in diameter--to heavy dough- cartwheels 12 feet across. Stoneham 4-H Club had a (am night for members and their milies. A covered dish suppe as served. A business mectln as held before the program a South 1 yr. Behind WASHINGTON - The median schooling of adults in the South is 9.6 years compared with 10.6 for the United States as a whole. CARD OP THANKS PINK To my irlendB, former puplli, Church folk and all who care. Due to my recent Illness [ cannot write as usual to you all. Therefore I send this Christmas, New Year thought. Christ's love and life are the greatest source of happiness this \rorld ever saw. Also, of real success -- REAL SUCCESS. For almost eighty years, yes 81 years, I've tried to do what He wished me to do, and He has made this world the world of love. Trr Him. Jessie Alice Fink And Thank You For Your Cards. FUGATB May we take this method of thanking; our neighbors and friends for their acts of kindness, contributions to th« Heart Fund, messages of sym pathy and beautiful floral of feringa received during our recent oereavemont In the loss of our loved one. James R. rugate and family HATCH We desire to expreis our heartfeit thanks to the man; neighbors and friends foi their many acts of kindness during the last year and also the blood donors. These kind nesses have meant much to us. The Oeorge Hatch Family Jan. 14, te. the regular meetini be evening. Judy Hatch, Dcwain Shaple Fiz» 1C GREELEY TRIBUNE Wri., Dt*. It, IN] Cafeteria last week. Tables were decoratsd with ev- Yetter, Tgreens and candles. In charge Blehm, Jebra Lolotf. Terry Klein and Jnda Hastings. Mrs. Fay Yetter gave the ffl 'ocation. Other gues's were Mrs Marion Kruger, Bob Wardlow an jlenn Wilson. New officers were installed. Nat nucthc ·» bt JM. I Kathy Blehm wa elected pret- ident of the Aubmette 4-H Club at a recent meeting. Other new officers are Diaoe Croissant, vice president; Pam Miller, secretary; Gail Croissant, treasurer; and Verna Jean Elliott, parliamentari- i. Kach girl received a corsage made by their leader, and a booklet containing their dutin as officers. Mrs. Ellen Yetter conducted the imtaUatioa. Leaden (or the group are Mrs. leader; anutant Mrs. Elmer leader; Mrs. of the dinner were James Klein, Grant Elliott, cooking; and Mrs. ser with Judy Ehrlich at the Tlrey are Terry Klein, president; Lirda Hastings, vice president; Judy Davis, secretary; Debra joloff. treasurer and James Klein, reporter. Leader, Ivan Klein, presented the awards to the members. Slides of the Tennessee exchange trip were shown by Bon nie Bohlender and Richard Klein. Members of the La Grange 4-H Elmer Croissant, stwiag. A demonstration on making meringue was given by Verna Jean Elliott. A workshop was held at the El iott home recently. Christmas ornaments were made from egg cartons, paint, (Utter and ornaments. The girb presented Mn. Allen Walso with a gift for her new uby. Mrs. Walso had been a club eader for several yean. The club't annual Christmas party wa« bdd Monday at the Yetttr home. Grow Bakers and Basters 4-t Club elected new officer! at a enls at a recent meeting and par. tv. Refreshments were served by Terry Kohier and Helen, Evelyn and Edward Payne. New officers for the coming year are Everett Kissler, president; Edward Payne, vice president; Carolyn Ingram, secretary; Theresa Ingram, treasurer; aw! Sharon Leffler, reporter. Guests were Jeanne Kissler and Kathleen Baker. Plans to attend'ma'jor power plant. War Mothers Enjoy Potluck Luncheon American War Motheri eajtyed covered-dish luachegn iatt week at the Blue Flame Room. Thtrt ·ere 37 present far th« party. Hostesses were Mmes. C o r a Mackey, Bertha Nix, Minnie Or- oc. Lillian Paugh and Cecil Severin. Mrs. Vera Timken, president, raided at the meetinj Memben eported making 51 call*. Thank- ou notes were rted ftm V«t- erans Hospital at Fort Lyon, Boy: Ranch at La Junta and the i'A Hospital at Denver. Chritt- mas gifts will be eot to Boyi Ranch. Next meeting will be Jan. e. at the Blue Flame Room. Host- esei will be Mmef. Amanda Steffens, Nora Thomp«oD, Vera Timken and SteUa TenpUn. Club exchanged Christmas pres- meeting last week. Elected to serve are Margie Knuppel, president; Sally Wagner, vice president: Janet Kallseii, secretary Melva Scarrow, treasurer; Sandy Hastings, news reporter; and Debbie McKay, song leader. Refresh ments wen served by Debbie Mo Kay and Kathy Johnston. is planned for Afghanistan'! one : riday's Calendar Lucerne Social Club, Christmas luncheon, Colony Room, 12:30. Women of the Moose, chll- dren's Christmas party, Moos* Home, 7:30. Past Matrons Club, Christmas party, Mrs. Norval Hinds; gift exchange. Young Couples Group of St. Paul's Congregational Church, at church, caroling, 6:30, party at church to follow; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dumkr and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Rady, hosts. Weld County Retired Teachers' Group, Christmas dinner, Camfield Hotel. 12:X. Brown sugar is "firmly pack- KABUL--A massive renovation ed" when, after It hat been turned out of the measure, it holdi its shape. HELENA RUBINSTEIN'S TRIUMPHANT NEW PIRFUMI SHUY GIVE DANGEROUSLY! Give her Helena Rubinstein's new fragrwice triumph...Vis a Vis Perfume Spray. A brilliant midett scent with a slightly wicked accent, Vis a Vis is dramatic...persuasive...provocatively feminine. Vis a Vis isn't fair... but it works I Its cut "crystal" bottle holds 225 sprays of this .captivating perfume. Luxuriously packaged in magenta "brocade." £50 P.S. Toss caution to the winds...and give her, too, the matching Eau de Parfum Mist at 2.50 and 4.00, Prices plus tax. 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