Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 2, 1970 · Page 10
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 10

Greeley, Colorado
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Tuesday, June 2, 1970
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Page 10 GREELEY TRIBUNE Xues., June 2, 1970 Study Shows Revolutionary Changes in Wedding Rites a wedding? ] portant arrangements that must Traditionalists say it's a;be made between betrothal and church ceremony with bride in!marriage. flowing white gown and groom Early planning is a "must." in tipedo, usually followed by a reception that includes dinner, dancing and merry-making by a multitude of friends and family. Invitations, wedding dresses, and other items have to be purchased months in advance of the wedding in order to be delivered on time. Today, weddings appear to be| A checklist was cited as one changing in a revolutionary wayi°f ' ne most important items a regarding size, settings and,girl should prepare and use in fashion. They are smaller, withi getting ready for her wedding, the ceremony being the focal! Making such a list in timetable point and the parties being sub-i f ° r m not ° nl y llel Ps with the dued or avoided entirely (planning schedule, but also Weddings take place m' insures a S ainst . for g ettin g to haunted houses, castles, in the; ^"f , an y Imp ^' an l air, under the sea and in other , me " ts , of "l e w ^dmg, no unique places. ; matter how minute Wedding gowns too, have! Personal care ' to0 ' was re ' given way to pants-suits, mini- dresses, see-through outfits, and original mod fashions. A tecent study of married and single women shows the small wet.ding gaining in popularity. peatedly mentioned as vastly important to the future bride. Adequate sleep, balanced diet, and increased health and beauty care cannot be ignored. The normal nervousness be- cleanse groom . an(i . E H e r e reasons were eiveni sures may make her irritable for^r-- " "arg'e *wS S^JSftSi to ding. Almost 44 per cent of the!TM women said a large wedding was too expensive. 23 per cent ; , recommend regular cited the pre-planning as t o o i b r h j £ fh f A,, nerve-wracking, and 16 per centi^S' «» TM ^ ' Send the pomp and circum- d ., licat £ n £ an stance detracted from the true! - ^ ^ to prevent both ,,,,,,. meaning of the ceremony. ;£ d L, t ' v Another 10 per cent felt the j TM* e ^ er tne bride be . women, or those brides-to-be ' Wedding Story, Memo To Bride The bride's memo pad of important thing* to do regarding ixiblication of her wedding story and picture must include: Inform the Tribune of the date and place of the wedding and secure a form from the women's page editor as soon as possible nfter the marriage date has been set. (Do this at least two weeks in advance ot the wedding day.) Submit the completed form to the newsroom prior to the wedding if possible. Any details not known beforehand, such as out-of-state guests, may be phoned to the Tribune by 8:30 a.m., the morning after, except of course, in case of a Saturday wedding. Stories received more than a week late will contain only essential facts in a cutline used with a bridal picture. The rule applies to all weddings, out-of- state as well as local. Do not delay submitting the stern while waiting f o r a picture. TREAT FOR FAMILY OR GUESTS Surprise Fan Loaf is shaped from squares of yeast dough folded over a filing of processed American cheese food, chopped ripe olives and inslant minced onion and lined up in a loaf pan. After baking the "leaves" pull apart like slices of fresli baked bread, but offer the surprise of an enchanting filling. strong vote. Example: one girl' was' planning an outdoor] wedding in an Arabian tent. An-| other girl's choice of wedding;-v locations ranged from the city ; I 0 I O U T park where she met her beau,! lo a yacht in the Gulf of Mexico -- similar to one she hopes they'll own some day. . Attention Boot Wearers Boot wearers' special care. feet need Surprise! Ripe Olives Fill An Unusual Bread used on all weddings submitter! before or within one week afte 1 the big day. The bridal ohoto can be used later with an explanatory cutline. The Tribune uses pictures o[ brides only. If possible have a bridal portrait made in advance. The picture then may accompany the form when it is submitted prior to the wnl- ding. If the bride's picture must be taken on the wedding day. the bride is requested to inform (he Tribune when the picture will be avai'able so publication of the story is not delayetf Alert your photographer t h a t you plan to submit a bridal photo for a newspaper cut, he may make suitable adjustments. Branded Peaches On Rolls Sauces in French cuisine arei merely liquid seasonings for I food. A basic, perhaps somewhat standard cut meat takes on a festive quality when a borde- laise or espangnole saoce is added. And think what hollandaise or even mayonnaise does for the Complete wedding stories are most common garden vegetable! Why not, then, the same sauce magic on a favorite traditional American dessert? A sauce such as brandied peaches can turn a devil roll--latest in ice cream cake rolls--into a glamorous and delightful ending lo the most magnificent meal. Devil Roll Peach Flamb* 1 package (12 oz.) frozen peach slices, thawed Dash of salt V* tsp. lemon juice 1 devil roll, cut into 6 slices ¥i cup brandy or cognac, optional Water 2 tbls. sugar 2 tbls. cornstarch Drain peach slices: save syrup and add water as needed to make one cup of liquid. Combine sugar, cornstarch and salt in small saucepan or chafing dish pan. Stir in liquid and conk over low heat, stirring constantly until clear and thickened. Fold in peach slices and lemon juice, heat. Arrange devil roll slices on serving dishes. Pour cognac over peach sauce; ignite and allow flame to die before spooning onto sake slices. Yield: 6 servings. Note: If preferred, brandy or cognac may be omitted and Ve teaspoon cinnamon added to cornstarch mixture. Secret of Summer Tan Shared by Lifeguards Here's the secret of a lifeguard tan -- that groovy dark kind that lasts and lasts -- s a y s , discourages drying, flaking and peeling. Ripe olives are among the most popular recipe ingredients, highly prized for their flavor and texture as well as decorative value in garnishing. Although we take them for granted now, the little fruits were not generally available until 1901 when American food technologists discovered t h a t they could be canned. Today Serve Surprise Fan Loaf as an accompaniment for main- dish vegetable salads, soups and casseroles. Surprise Fan Loaf 2?i to 3!4 cups unsifted flour 3 tablespoons sugar ] ,-i teaspoon salt 1 package active dry yeast Other locations mentioned by| i f vou ' ve no ti ce( ) ( nat i ne skinlcanned California-grown ripe survey respondents were: on; of vour fset seems drier t n a n the'Tobf of a skyscraper, in a |ever . irs becausc the , ack of cave, in the basket of a baloon air inside boofs contr i Dutes and', even in a rowboat on a| t i, at condition. Restoring feet to beauty is no to OWDOal on ajtl, flt nnnriifinn quiet country lake 1 .. _ . . v . . , ; Ai«-nLui "i£, ii-v.1. iu utouty 10 nu Married women were quick to -overnight project, so if you offer tips for prospective hndes.'^ yours ready fo , tne b * Te _ Many mentioned that brides ronl s( , ason betler begin ia] often forget (he small but im-: care r jgj, t now j Don't wear boots inside the I house or office. It's a simple ! matter lo change to shoes or slippers, and your feel need to 'be exposed to circulating air. ; One night a week massage your feet with pure baby cream, j which has a healing effect. [Apply additional baby cream 'and wear clean while cotton socks while you sleep. 'S f HE COST olives come to the pantry shelf many different sizes and forms. Ripe olives are particularly popular for stuffings and dressings, a fact which inspired this inlriguing cheese-olive- onion filling for yeast-raised white bread. Called Surprise Fan Loaf, it is shaped from filled squares of dough which are lined up in a loaf par. After baking, the "leaves" pull apart like slices, each one with its luscious filling hiding inside. Surprise Fan Loaf is prepared by the easy method developed by home economists to take the guesswork out of baking with yeast. Instead of the old- chopped olives and i n s t a n t ; t h e reception with the nur.iber I of guests attending are used. Only the time and place of'.straight from a lifeguard on a 1-3 cups margarine, softened 2-3 cup very hot tap waler 1 egg (at room temperature) ^2 cup finely chopped ripe olives 2 teaspoons instant minced onion 4 slices processed American cheese food, halved into rectangles minced onion. Punch dough down. On lighllyj List married women w i t h floured board, roll dough to an their husbands' names, not 8xl6-inch rectangle. Cut in half their own, except in the case lengthwise, then in fourths of widows who prefer to use widthwise to make eight 4-inch I their own. Only a divorcee uses squares. Place cheese slice on!her given name. 1 " ' ' ' ' - I f extra copies of the paper carrying the wedding story are desired they must be ordered before the article appears in the paper. half of dough over to cover with olive mixture. Fold other half of lought over to cover filling; pinch to seal edges. Arrange rectangles side by side, seam side down, in greased 9x5x3-inch loaf pan. Cover; let rise in warm place, free from draft, until doubled in bulk, about 1 hour. i Bake in moderate oven (375 In a large bowl thoroughly I degrees F.) 30 to 35 minutes, mix 3 ,i cup flour, sugar, salt]or until done. Remove fromjan and undissolved active dry 1 "" 1 yeast. Add softened margarine. Gradually add very hot tap water (120 degrees-130 legrees F.) to dry ingredients and beat 2 minutes at medium speed of electric mixer, scraping bowl occasionally. Add egg and !z cup flour, or enough flour to make a thick batter. Beat at high speed 2 minutes, scraping and cool on wire :ack. Best when served warm. Makes 1 loaf. Traveling by air? Put brightly colored identification of your own devising on top of your suitcases. It is easy to identify yours when several look alike in that baggage mass. popular east coast beach. He recommends beginning your tan early in the season so that you can build it gradually because that's the kind that lasts longer. His first recommendation is lo begin your tan with a mixture of a sunscreen product and baby oil to build up a base tan. Then he turns il into (hat dark hue by switching to baby oil alone because it has no sunscreen and lets all the sunshine in. The way he keeps this smooth-skin tan is by constant lubrication (in and out of the sun) with pure baby oil. After- sunning use of baby oil, he Basic Tool Kit For Handyman A basic tool kit for small home maintenance projects isn't expensive -- usually about $20 It should contain a light and heavy screwdriver, a putty knife, claw hammer, a saw, try square, steel measuring tape, a 4-in. C clamp, a brace and a s s o r t e d whelslone, ; sandpaper. Your local lumber dealer usually stocks this equipment. bits, combination jack plane and SUVA -- Fiji will become in- 'dependent in October. Cool Quickie PRINTED PATTERN 'fllM /) ''Very other night during t h e l f a s h i o n e d technique ofibowl occasionally, bur in flTTM!/n/f " ;eck soak y°" r feet in a P an dissolving yeast in warm waterlenough additional flour to make 1711It \VIU\j O f warm water and a generous in a warm bowl, this method a soft dough. Turn out ontoj " *--' i _ r -i t r- . . . * . i - . i i i _ _ PI 1 U A n v r 4 . \rnnfir\\ AIR CONDITIONING? less than amount of oil before going (o ,bed. ! Always apply baby cream to your feet before putting on lanty hose and boots. It rubs in and will not slain your stockings but will keep your feet baby soft. treats the y e a s t as a dry- ingredient -- adding it with part until smooth and elastic, about of the flour, sugar and salt. Initial beating is done with an electric mixer which not only prevents lumps but makes dough lighter and easier to handle. lightly floured board; knead 5 minutes. Place in greased bowl, turning lo grease top. Cover; let rise in warm place, free from draft, until doubled in bulk, about 1 hour. Meanwhile, mix together Chances arc that you're paying for air conditioning right ! row. And not getting it! The | cost of fans . . . movies ... cold d r i n k s . . . eating out, could be p a y i n g f o r t h e a d v a n t a g e of Rhecm Peace of Mind Air j Conditioning in your home! 3 TON 575 Plus Installation -N' Everything 1 Like ^V is either 1 Illegal, Immoral I or Un-Cafeteria ^X fall us today for free home survey and estimate. Ph. 352-3500 A-1 Heating Air Conditioning Service Inc. Bill Harf. Manager 103 11th Ave. Most cafeterias aren't much on splurging . . . line up -- Over Out! But Farm Fare thinks dining should be an affair to remember. Thus we are un-cafeteria with our nightly buffet -- where you may select all your heart desires from a beautiful array of home cooked delicacies ... for less than two dollars. Buffet From 5 to 8 Every Evening Monday thru Saturday 9th Avenue at 11th Street For People Who Don't Like Cafeterias Got an hour? Whip up this easy-fitting wrap and look 8 a.m. fresh all day, all summer! Choose easycare cotton and frost with binding. Printed Pattern 4540: New Women's Sizes 34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46, 48. Size 36 (bust 40) takes 114 yards 60-inch. Seventy-five cents for each pattern -- add 25 cents for each pattern for Air Mail and Special Handing. Send to Anne Adams, (Greeley Tribune 363), Pattern Dept., 24li West 17th St., New York, N. Y. 10011 Print name, address with zip, size and style number. News now! Spring-Summer Pattern Catalog. Ill styles, free pattern coupon, 50c. Instant sewing book -- cut. fit, sew modern way, $1.00. Instant Fashion Book -wardrobe planning secrets, flattery, accessory tips, ?1.00. There, are twelve minerals in a cranberry . . . potassium, sodium, calcium, phosphorous, magnesium, sulphur, chlorine, iron, manganese, copper, iodine, and alkalinity of ?sh. Father's Day is June 21 FREEMAN Master Fitter Here's a Brogue Dad will love! It combines good looks and comfort. Freeman's exclusive double cushion shock- easer feature gives a sturdier, easier walk. Don't know Dad's shoe size? Then give him a Gift Certificate! .... 26.00 Use Your Hibbs Charge Card-- 2v"o Charge for Handsome Gift Wrapping! The Comfortable Store, 814-816 Ninth Sfreet

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