Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on April 26, 1973 · Page 17
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 17

Greeley, Colorado
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Thursday, April 26, 1973
Page 17
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( i . . . . » tiKKELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE 17 AAUW Arf Mart 10th anniversary to mark in May TEN YEARS OF ENTRIES - Dr. Herbert Colorado border scene he painted from a A. Zick, local optometrist, has entered pain- composite of photographs. Also pictured is tings in the AAUW Art Mart in all of the 10 years it has been held with this year no ex ception. Pictured is a typical Wyoming- Mrs. Sam Given who was chairman of the first Art Mart committee 10 years ago. (Tribune photo by Rose Mary Koob) Dale Carnegie Alumni hears Miller "Do not confuse the period furniture, for instance, Louis XV period, with the era of Victorian styling" was one of the interesting tenents discussed by Robert Miller for · YES I DO DRAPES Perfect Pleat With Decorator Fold GREELEY CURTAIN CLEANERS 1920 9th St. Ph. 353-1485 the benefit of the Dale Carnegie A l u m n i Association, Wednesday, April 18. To illustrate, Miller brought two chairs of outstanding design, samples of fabrics used, UKLATED VALENTINE M1DDLEBORO, Mass. (AP) -- Linda Atkins, 17, finally received a valentine which had been mailed to her when she was 3 years old. It was from her aunt, Jeannette Atkins of Westport, Conn., and was postmarked Feb. 9, 1959. Printed on the envelope was the following explanation from the post office: "Delayed in Conveyor Machinery." many pictures and related several interesting anecdotes. Presently a part-time instructor in uphostery at Aims College and owner and operator of Robert's Uphostery, he is a former antique dealer. The next meeting of DCAA will be Tuesday, May 1, instead of the usual Wednesday meeting date, at the Farm Bureau Building. Joe Feldman of Cheyenne will present "Mike Techniques." The Greeley Art Mart sponsored annually by the American Association of University Women is scheduled for the first weekend in May. This is the 10th anniversary of the show which is held to benefit the AAUW scholarship fund. The first show 10 years ago was an open entry art show with no professional artists features. Amor.g those artists was Dr. Herbc'-l A. Zick, Greeley optometrist, who still paints, with hangings in the Art Mart. Featured .artists this year will be I'Yederic L. Meyers, assistant professor of art at the University of Northern Colorado, Patricia Esch of Arvada, full-time professional craftsman, and Larry Clark, a potter and part-time instructor in the Boulder area. The committee of the first art show was chaired by Mrs. Sam Givan, who is very pleased to see the Art Mart becoming so much larger and more profitable as witnessed last year when the success of the venture doubled from the year before. This year's show will again be held at the First National Bank, 1025 9th Ave. The hours for the general public will be 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, May 5, and 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday, May 6. All the art work will be priced for sale. Coffee will be served. All media will be represented and art will be exhibited and judged in the following categories; open, student,' ceramics, sculpture, general crafts. Judges will be William Cordiner and Charles Blubaugh, assistant professors at UNC. First, second and third prizes of .$25, $15, and $10, respectively, will be awarded in all five categories. Committee chairmen for the 1973 show are Mrs. Robert Ward and Mrs. Robert Tointon, co-chairmen; Mrs. Eugene Koplitz, hostesses; Mrs. Dale Tegtman, publicity. Royal Neighbors to meet May 21 Mrs. Loie Streeder opened her home to members of the Royal Neighbors of America for the April 23 meeting presided over by Mrs. Orpha Rosling, oracle. A gift was presented to Mrs. Donald Bright by the group. Guests included Mrs. Evelyn Guffey of Brush and District Deputy Venice Lewis who was one of the top production winners meriting a trip of four days to the national meeting at Crystal City M a r r i a t t , Arlington, Va. Games were played wilh Mrs. Emma Martin placing first and Mrs. Helen Self, second. Mrs. Self, 614 Kith SI., will host the group for the next meeting at 7:30 p.m. May 21. Do Yourself a Favor... and cheer up the office by celebrating NATIONAL SECRETARY WEEK April 22-28th with a bouquet of flowers for your favorite employees. Ifo "ART WITH FLOWERS" 712 13th Street 352-1931 ; Hints from Heloise SECRETARIAL SERVICES OF GREELEY 1220 11th Avenue Ste.204 Phone 353-7800 ALL WORK CONFIDENTIAL By HELOISE CRUSE All correspondence pertaining lo Ihe Ik'loise column should he mailed directly lo Heloise. King Features Syndicate. 235 K. -15lh Slrec!. Now York. New York 10017. WE ARE NOW OPEN AND READY TO SERVE YOU Call us today for an appointment. We specialize in complete beauty care. Pat Freauff, Manager Anita Peters, Beautician HAIR HAVEN 10l2'/28thAve. 352-8804 Thursday, April 26 Dear Heloise: My daughter is five years old and has recently started to grow rapidly. Therefore when lengthening her dresses I found I could take the hem out completely and crochet along the bottom edge with matching or contrasting washable yarn. This takes very little yarn so most leftovers are adequate. I crochet one row of single crochet for a basis, then do any decorative stitch that might appeal to me. This works best on bonded knits and acrylics. With some fine knits, I use a very small, rather sharp, crochet hook and crochet thread instead of yarn. This not only gives added length but is also very decorative. ..,, ,, Jill Starwalt Great knit care. For the knits you wear. No one knows today's knits, blends and exotic fibers like your Sanitone Drycleaner. He's well schooled in the gentle art of caring for and treating your finest fabrics. So you'll always look great. And your knits and blends will always be fresh, clean, trouble free. And last longer. Your Sanitone Drycleaner also has-a little book for you. Free. "How To Care For Your Knits." Get one just for stopping in. Chock the Yellow Pages for the Sanitone Certified Master Drycleaner nearest you "Neat-Knit" repair needle. While they last, get the knit repair needle (great for repairing snags in all knits) for just 99£ with any drycleaning order at participating Sanitone Dry- cleaners. Retail value $1.50. Sanitone. Certified Master Dycleaner important functions your column serves is to demonstrate to us that other housewives are creatively thinking through their housekeeping problems. This inspires us to approach our daily tasks in a creative manner instead of always trying to find an authority to tell us how to do them. Connie Cross s TWO DRIVE-IN LOCATIONS 1214 9th Ave. 352-3210 Letter of Love Dear Heloise: 1 believe that one of the most THE CO Ladies Sportswear We care how you look... Data Trcviro'" polyester knit into summer separates, si/ps 6 to 18. Ribbed Untie, El.istic-w.iist vest lop, Pull-on p.ints, We welcome your · BankAmerlcard · Master Charge · Jones Charge Corner 8th Ave. at 10th St. -^1:^ Phone 353-3333 ·^YftvvsSWSuiiSSsyiS M V Dear Heloise: We just couldn't train our toy poodle from sneaking up on our couch when we were away until my husband came up with an idea that works. We bought a strip of clear plastic hall runner material and put it over the couch, wrong side up. The little plastic feet on the underside of the plastic strip won't harm your dog but it's certainly no fun to lie on it. Hillred and Aman Dear Heloise: Recently I was making a pie crust and preparing to line the pan with it. I was utterly dismayed when I found it to be too dry and crumbly. Why ruin a good pie with a bad crust? So I set the mixture aside and prepared another crust. My Scotch nature just wouldn't let me throw the first mixture away. So I crumbled the crust i n to small pieces in an oblong cake pan, sprinkled with sugar and cinnamon and baked at 425 degrees for 15 minutes. I stirred it every five minutes to prevent burning. And would you believe that ruined pie crust became a crunchy topping for ice cream, puddings, etc.! My feeling of disaster turned to pride at my "new recipe." Helen Dear Heloisu: We live in a small house, and I sew quite a bit. In fact, My sewing machine very seldom gets a vacation. For this reason',, there isn't room to put d way all Ihe sewing that's cut oul. and the dining room always Itmks like it's been bombed. (''Ms is the room I always do ,\\ ;ewing in.) I bought .1 ·. 88-cent plastic foam ice cl t · . You would he amazed how .nuch sewing you can pile up in mc of these and there's no m. ,s. 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