PftgÂ«. 16 GREELEY TRIBUNE Thurs., Nov. 1C, 1061 rom oi6e Â»y HELOISE CRUSE Movte' Guide Opinions and information guai urtced to come from other lhan press _dcparlmcnU of motion elure producers. k*ck St*fÂ«" Op*nÂ» ttesr Hetoisc: Is it really Irue that oleo margarine Is served in triangle shapes tnd pure butler is served In square shapes? Or Is someone pulling my kg? I will buy g year's subscription to this paper it you can settle this argument.' When we eat In restaurants . . . we never know the difference. No one : can prove it either wayl Eater-Outer DÂ»Â«r.E.O.: !Â·'.! have a ?opy of the Federal Ijw that covers serving of margarine in v restaurants. Each piece Â« it must be served In Iriongk; khape. Or, each serving must be marked on a dish or paper with tire word oleomargarine or margarine slated conspicuously and water and detergent. It is cover Dear Hclolsc: A little salt sprinkled in the Frying pan will keep [at or Ian from spattering. Tills also male; cleaning the range easier. A warning: I washed my kUcli en floor in a solution of ammonl prominently on the rim. The mai g'armc must not cover the mark- !**Â· ''Â·. :;This is the new law. on serving yellow margarine for table use tii public eating places. H Is CIH forced by I lie Federal Food and lij ug Administration. You can rest wsuied Hint if you see a "Irian it's olcot Butler is gfc-pnl" uiually served 'in squares, Heloiso (Duplicate Series Contest Concluded ..Winners in the final session of (ho scries contest of Ihc Duplicate Bridge Club at Ihc Country Club this ' week were: first, Mrs, .G Nile Noble and'Mrs. F. Aydelolle second, Mel Bedingcr and Clin Mayer; Ihlrd, Mrs, N. P. Niel S[M and Mrs. .Lcc. .West;, fourth Mrs. 0 William Loss and "Mrs.'John Woods; tie for fifth, and sixlh, Mrs. E. R. Austin and Mrs. Larry Eaton and Carolyn Prccht and Charlotte Williamson. Overall winners in Iho series contest, which began on Sept..18. were: Clint Mayer, trophy .for first place: second,'. Mrs;-ice Ft. West; ~ cd with asphalt, or ... was! Now it is ruined. It's all rough and dis colored. I had a local floor dealer com ul and ho said I had broken dow Ke binding. I would like Id know if any r Â·our readers have ever found solution to tills or had anythin ike it happen to them, and wha can 1 do now? He said there w no solution except to replace Ih loor. It's while, and most of the colo s gone. Asphalt third, Mrs. Itoy Scars; Mrs. William''Loss; firth, Mrs. John Woods; sixth, Charlolte Williamson; seventh, Mel Bcding- er; and eighth, Mrs. N. P. Niel- ten. _ _ , - . . Tire Grccley club has been in vilc'd by the Fort Collins' Unit of the American Contract Bridge Lfagiic to an election party et Ihe American Legion Hall on Dec. 10. Regular play will take place nc'xt Monday night at 7:30 p.m., Â«t the Country club; This .club is open to anyone interested in ^'.' .eale bridge. - Anyone know? Send your sol 1 ion lo Heloise c/o this pape * * * Dear Heloise: , . Â· ' : I always warm the baby's food In an egg poacher.' I fill bottom wilh warm'water and put the different foods in each compartment This saves lots of dirty dishes. The aluminum heats faster.' lhati regular china baby plates too. New Mother ^. t Â» * - . Dear Heloise: . ' I discovered a trick lhat may be useful to housewives who ca^'t slice a s[raight'piece-of b/ea'd'of bbiog'riaY Keep your eye on Ihc main por tlon and not on the piece being cut. You'll be amazed at Ihe results^' ' . : ' Â· . . ' An "Engineer Producer Ross Hunter proves hat. Ihe Fannie Hurst's novel tliai irougty success lo Universal on WO previous occasions 20 and oO fears ago, can again mako 'Â· Streel" which opens Thursday al he Colorado, a three-time winner Susan Hayward 'teamed wilh fohn Gavin again re-live lhat fru's- raling, Illicit .love affair. Miss loywafd highlights her nwjl [limorous appearance with tear iroyoMng, 'heart-breaking emo- ional scenes os she surrenders icr belter judgment of decency o greater love for a married man, whose marital relations wilh attractive Vcra Miles, an alcohol- c, hang In the balance. Unquestionably a "woman's pic- ,urc," it Becomes more so with a most exciting presentation of fashionable gowns designed by Jean Louis, worn thro/ighoul by Susan Hnyward and. cleverly 'n tegraled . Into Ihe 'plot for live Harper's ; Bozaar models lo dis play i n - a : fashion show 'sequence. In addition lo.Vera Miles, wjw turns iii a competent and credit ly moving performance, others who sparkle In minor roles' ar Virginia Grey, Reginald-Bardiner. Charles Drake and.RoberJ Eye?. Motiop picture Herald rates it 'excellent" with a running time of 107 minutes. "SpUndw In fhÂ« Brut" NÂ«w Ploying t thÂ« ChW Toostmistresss ^ Hove' (Â· I amoP-Â£ fog ram Member* of the'Evening Belles Toastmistress Club enjoyed a pro gram on "Glamor" following the general' Ilicmo "Challenge tor Women" al a meeting last week at Ihc Blue flame Room. Toplcmistrcss -was Mrs. Del Rlngsted. participating in table topici were Mmes. ; RaymÂ»nd gave i humoru! speech on "What ' ' "You HTcts7 s Ho6elH' Sackett; ted art' Hurt and Leslie Ward. The education feature was a Can Be Glamorus." Miss Lynn fashion show commentary given wÂ»s chocen speaker of the eve- TOTsTMslress'sSoufd Mrs. Fyka's speech was by' Mrs. Foss. Memberf served as models. Mrs. Sackcll was toaslmislress. Mrs. -Vincent Pyka. Miss Lynn Hext meeting ifi : Housekeeping wiU be held Nov; 22, M the bom: ol Mr*. John Lee. nlng. General evaluator was Mrs Ward. Guesls were Mmes. Bert Barn- Speaker! were Miss Lots Lynn and um, William Osborn, R a l p h Â· - Â· -" ' Green, Stanley Balcomb, Merlin Grice, Keith Mon-json ind Don Â· Â· - CtttÂ» fram ImlU (ndwJUig fill fern* at KM WSCS B*u*r, Flrrt MiHiÂ»dirt Church, Friday, NÂ»v. 17. James Edward Litliefleld, Ktgne- ham, and Goldle Ha* Hunier, Loveland. ' David Z. Tavel, Toledo, Ohio, and Marcia M. Hale, Greeley. rkÂ« wJ i* gherti or macaroni make fine Â· companiments lo Swiss rteik, Deaf Heloise: lowel A i mitten "made r frpnV: ari: old iwel,' oval' in shape, 'Svlth'elastic run through .the, hem near Ihe wrist, can be wo'rn oh one hand whili doing your cleaning. It is a lerrific dust rag and can be pul in llje regular laundry. , ' 'i';jV S"MrS,:C.lW. Cherry Diear Heloise: Before opening a can of soup . . shake well. This mixes the hgredients within the soup. When you add the water, Ihere won' x any lumps, especially in cream ed soups. Barbara Jpin's^r. WorriarVVClub Greeley JiAlor Vfoman's Clul enjoyed'a luncheon.last week a (be Country Club. . ' . ' Â· Â· ' - , . : Guests''were., Mmes. Virgini, (Vest';. LcXiise Brlghi,' Larry Ander son, Denver Wiggins and Ross De Bey. Mrs. Floyd Downing became a member. . Civic and wej(are commillee re porled on Iho 1 Thanksgiving baske that .the club is preparing fo some needy family,Mrs. Virginia West 'of Denvc: who is with the Better Business Bureau, gave Ihe frogram. Next meeting, will be Dec, The program will be furnished b the club. Each member is bring something she has made fo Christmas. "Splendor in ,the : Brass", presents 4 broad slice of life revolving! prouiii!: the --cmptjoncl Tuslratiorts of youth. While .as been Adroitly handled by pro ducer-dlreclov Elia Kazan,, the story otters a conlrovers'di subject,' highlighting .'sex among :eenagejrs' and to what extent "good"-girl can go and still re- iaih her pride and .self respect. The picture contains severa racy teenage' necklng"scenes," n wild New Year's Eye parly, am a story that is as old and as well known | ai history. Done in color Jid with-many exceptional per- wmances, " S p l e n d o r in the rass" boasts an, array fl veler- n ado rs ; ably assisiid by some ew faces. Such seasoned, veter- ns as Natalie Wood and Pat :ingle-; keep the action moving i this dramatic conflict in tlic tve-lifi of two youths.. The film's.story opens in Kanas around 1928. Miss wood and 'arren Beatly are Ihc young kw- rs.. Shfe is plagued by her moth- r's obsession wilh sex and War. too is confused by the moral Imospjiere at his.home and especially by his father; Hingle^.a Â«lf-made' millionaire. When lie ries to tell : his father about his nibtioijal reaction through his issocialion with Natalie, his fath- r : teljs him':ther'e are Iwo kinds f women and.^sex is reserved )ly for Ihe other iind. Nalalie suffers an emotional collapse Â· when Warren, refuses to make love to her and Warren witnesses a sordid scene involving iis l sister Barbara Loden. Others in the cast are Mrs. Loomis--Audrey Christie Ginny Starjipef--Barbara Loden Angelina--Zohra Lamport Del Loomis--Fred Stewart ; Motion- Picture Herald rales it 'excellent" with a running time of 124 minutes. Wh*n yW want, i ChtiWM-typ* sauce lo serve along with tic mustard as an . accompanime for egg roll, mix chutney and plum preserves, with a suspicion of vinegar and sugar.-Dice any large pieces of fruit in the chutney and use those as well 33 some of the chutney sauce. Thanksgiving SPECIAL PERMANENTS $15.00 OIL WAVE 10Â° We Specialize in Bleaching and Dyeing GLADYS MORDHOR8T Â· Â»ETTY LEBSACK MILLER'S BEAUTY SHOP Srork Express Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brown of Evans .announce the adoplion of a daughter. She-is 5-month s-old and has been given the name Linda June. The Browns have a son, Stephen, who is 11-years-old. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Van Bebcr of Rl. 1 and Mr. and 1 Mrs. Carl Brown of 2132 4th Ave. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Schneider of Orchard a son on Wednesday, Nov. 15, at Weld County General Hospital. Born lo Mr. and Mrs. Donald Gardner of La Salle a son on Thursday, Nov. 16, at Weld County General Hospital. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Rogelio R. N'ira of Rl. 2 a daughter on Thursday, Nov. 16, at Weld County Genera! Hospital. Born to Mr. and Mrs. James E. Barmann of 816 7th St., a son on Thursday, Nov. 16, at Weld County General Hospital. Born lo Mr. and Mrs. Kennelh R. Hamlin of (18 36th Ave., a daughter on Thursday, Nov. 16, at Weld County General Hospital. Born lo Mr. and M-s. L'ouglas K. Ruff of Ealon a daughter on Thursday, Nov. 16, at Weld County General Hospital. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Foose of F^ton a daughter on Thursday, Nov. 16, at Weld County General Hospital. Ninth St. EL 2-5157 fir. wttfM-wntclwij. serve clear chicken broth heated with sliced canned mushrooms and garnish with a sprig or two of watercress, H the canned mushrooms are prepared wkh huUer, rb)M hi hot water befort *ddu( WHILE Your Choice of 3 pc. Sectionals... 339* ALL FAMILY SIZE AND RICH IN FOAM COMFORT Price f4OO Terau of foam sealing case that brings the'wholc family logclh me! Modern nyljr_ from our wide selection. AH 160'-arc foam-fashioned bolh seal and back for utmost comfort. Full year warranty on every Kroehler sectional adds a new dimension of carefree family living. The nationally advertised Commander 1 ! sectional , . . famous for foam throughout all 153* of cushions, back and arms for families that love their luxury. - EWEK^ to the br*h. $20.00 HOLDS YOUR SECTIONAL UNTIL CHRISTMAS! YOUR CHOICE OF FABRIC AND COLOR IT'S EASY TO HAVE A BEAUTIFUL HOME take a look around your home... everybody else does PUCKERS T*topfco*Â« EL 2-1612 1028 8th Ave.
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