Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on May 28, 1970 · Page 17
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lnld fr rom By HELOISE CRUSE oie Alt correipondenct ptrttining to th* H«lol» column should bt milltd dlrvetly to Htlolic, King FtiturM Syndicate, 235 E. 4Sth StrMt, New York, New York 10017. Dear Heloise: I'd like to share my idea for "dressing-up" a birthday cake. I »m not very talented in Ihe field of cake decorating but I think my cake really looked attractive and with very little effort. What I did was, after 1 had finished icing the cake and rlckrack and drew design* on with crayons. The crayon designs will stay on even after washing if you will iron the material on the wrong side right after you finish making the drawings. Jane Elgass while the icing was soft, take a nut pick and trace my child's name in the icing. I then placed small gumdrops in the indentations that I had made with the pick. 1 used the larger gumdrops around the edge of the cake. 1 sure was proud of my cake »nd so was my little one. V. W. and give the vegetables an And proud you should be. Bet It kept little fingers out of the icing as the little decorations would be more of a temptation. Heloise Dear Heloise: When you want to thicken creamed or buttered vegelablesjknow right away exactly how added flavor. Dear Heloise: I have always keeping I rack Heloise had (rouble of calories because the paper witli the calorie count is either in the other room or I am over at a friend's house and will forget by the time 1 return home. Now I wear an old watch or chain around my neck and reset the hands for my calorie count --' 60 calories to an hour, etc. Your calorie counter always witli you and you will here is a slick trick: Take one stick of softened 1 butter or margarine and one- half cup of flour . .. mix well and put in a covered bowl and keep in the refrigerator. When you want to thicken vegetables just add a lump of this mixture to the vegetables. This will melt all through and will thicken with no lumps. Mrs. G. 0. Also, honey, you could add a little grated cheese to this jmany calories you have had, and how many you can have. Weight Watcher Dear Heloise: Know what io do to make your style wig form stay securely on any table, vanity, bureau, etc.? Glue a record (an old 45 does fine) to the base of the form. This will support the form and will keep it from tilling. Also the hole in the record will still enable you to put the form in your wig case. Mrs. Howard Fromson Dear Heloise: To keep toast hot for breakfast while the other food is being put on the table or for a bed t r a y . . . wrap in aluminum foil after buttering it. This will keep it warm for a good while. M. K. Copyright, 1970, King Featurei Syndicate, Inc. Dear Heloise: As an army bride living on budget I have to make do; with what I have. needed some covers for my| electric appliances but hated to buy them. instead I bought some unbleached muslin and made my own. I decorated them Homemakers Invite Guests For Program Thirteen Worthwhile members of the Workers Extension CASH AND CARRY BEDDING PLANT S A L E HANSEN'S GREENHOUSE 2415 8th Avenue 10 to 4, Monday thru Saturday Petunlaa, Ageratum, Sweet Alysum, Panales, Moss Rose, Marigolds, Snapdragons, Dlnnthui, 8alvl», Balsam, Alters Doz. Large 4" Geraniums 3 Inch Geraniums, Vlnca Vine, Dwarf Dan- Hat, Cushion Mums, Coteus, Sprlngrl .... Ea. 60 En. 60C 40 Homemakers invited 16 guests to the centennial meeting ar- by Mrs. Dale Olson, cultural arts chairman. Hostess for the meeting on Thursday evening, May 21, was Mrs. Lcroy Goldsmith, and the special guest was Miss Haze: Johnson, whose review of "We Harness a River" was especially enjoyed. Afler the program, all those present admired the antiques and listened to folk lore passed down through the years. Horoscope Forecast Hy Carroll Righler FRIDAY, May VI GENERAL TENDENCIES: Mental confusion seems to be .he order of the day. Think out, .p the best of your ability, the ·ight means by which you can ;et those problems solved. Put n motion some new and im)roved systems that can clear ip present annoyances. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) nslead of trying to get advice 'rum everyone, listen to what i trusted friend and companion las to suggest. Get problems solved cleverly. Use diplomacy where the social is concerned. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) See what it is that bigwigs expect of you and then follow hrough carefully. You keep out af trouble and get ahead this vay. Don't panic at the criticism of a good friend. It| s of a constructive nature. Gemini (May 21 to June 21) Listen only to proven ex- jerls and you get along better ban if you ask advice from just anyone. There are many ·estrictions you need to get rid of. Rise above them as quickly as you can. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) This is a good day .0 deal with creditors and debtors, but you have to remain calm and know exactly what you are doing. Be gentle with loved one who is somewhat upset. Some uncertain siluation ias its bright side now. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) You have to find out what associates expect of you quietly and unobtrusively, or they resent it gives some have other things to do. Be brief and carry on. Be sure that you do not lose your temper. The evening is fine romantically. Capricorn (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Take care of those important practical and financial matters, but don't get so involved that you lose the trend of your prime activity. Look to a clever business expert who can give right answers to your questions. ACQUAK1US (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) You have some personal interests that can be improved via the auspices of a bigwig, so contact this person. Forget that social affair where you might meet with some disappointment. Be wise. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) You have to apply yourself more conscientiously if you are to gain the benefits you want rom present activities. Study any written work for errors. Assist that friend in trouble. Be generous. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... he or she will be me of those intelligent and 'riendly persons who will want to help others instinctively. 1'each this child to offer aid only when asked or fine talents could be wasted on those who a r e unappreciative. Some connection with the government is fine here, or some sort of work in the social serviec field. College is a must, if possible. "The Stars impel, Ihey do not otherwise. A family tie Ihe right advice where problem is concerned. Listen carefully and follow. V1HGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Tackle those jobs yourself and don't expect others to do them. You are then assured that they be done properly and Guests at the meeting were;quickly. This is not a good day Cindy Fagerberg, Sue Bcnton,j|n buy the new wardrobe you Leila Nelson, Sue Bclz, Jody like. It may not be just what Olsen, Don Cole, Lou Preston, you want after all. Lynette Wagner, Marjorie Wag-! LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) ner, Georgia Inloes, Stephanie! You will have an excellent lime Adams, Edna Heherlein, Dana today at some recreation you Reimer, Merna Felder, Pami like with friends if you use that Benson and Heidi Preston. jfine smile more. Don't make Bleeker Street·· Because of the nature of the planned evening, no business meeting was held, but members heard a report on the potluck parly for husbands in April, and Judy Hasty was presented that unkind remark to mate. Keep the harmony intact which you are now enjoying. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 io Nov. 21) Your finest benefits come from home activities today, so Best Loser! Virginia Schmidt inches ami 12 pounds last innnlh flt the Slim £ Swim Club. She exercises daily at tho Clnl) under the supervised, i n d i v i d u a l i z e d prop;r,im. Klie enjoys (he dull liecause it gives lior a new lease nn life. Kvery- Thurs., May 28, 1970 fiRERLEY TRIBUNE Page 17 compel." What you make of your life is largely up to you! 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