Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on October 29, 1969 · Page 16
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Page 16 GREELEY TRIBUNE Wed.. Oct. 23. 19C9 Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gillette To Be Honored at Open House Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gillette of|tling Company and Coors, Inter Tori Collins, formerly of Grovcr going into business (or himself. and Greeley, will be honored al an open house on Sunday, Nov. 2, at the home of their son and daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gillette. 1508 llth Avc., to celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary. Friends, neighbors and relatives are invited to call al the Gillette home in Greeley behave asked that gifts please be omitted. Serving as hosts for Ihe afternoon with the Jack Gillettes will be Ihe couple's two daughters and their husbands. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Kallscn of Nunn and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Woolridge of Greeley. The Gillettes also have six grandchildren. Florence llacketl and .lack Gillellc were married at th parsonage of the First Mctho disl Church in Greeley on Nov 11, 1!)29. They farmed for a year eight miles south of'Grn ver, then went to Denver when Gillellc was employed by Dan iels and Fishers for two years Returning to Greeley in 1933 he worked for Coca Cola Bot going Gillette served overseas with Ihe U. S. Army during World War 11, and since has ranched at Grover until they moved to Fort Collins where Mrs. Gillell is employed at the North Evei tide Nursing Home and Gillell is a welder at Healh Equi| mcnt. Mrs. Gillelle, through I n Iween 2-4:30 p.m. The Gilleltes years has been active in chuix and club affairs, and both ai active members of the Velcrai of Foreign Wars and auxiliary Men's Glee Club To Perform For Ainico Club Lynette Wagner Engagement Announced Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wagnei of Longmont, announce the en- gagemenl of Iheir daughter, Ljiiet(e, lo Mike Salzman, sor of Mr!- and Mrs. K. R. Salzman. also of tongmonl. BotJl Miss Wagner and hci fiance arc 1!Mi9 graduates o Longmont High School, and arc now atlending college in Gree ley. She is a sludenl al Colorado Slate College and he attends Aims College. A .lune wedding is being planned. Excelsis Club Slates Benefit At Legion Club The Greeley Excclsis Club has scheduled its annual benefit card parly and dessert for Monday evening, Nov. 3 at 8 p.m. at the American Legion. Members of Ihe club and their friends are welcome to bring their own foursome or Iwo-lable group. Tickets may be purchase in advance from Excclsis members nr at the door. Those wishing lo reserve tickets should call Mrs. Don Mackey. 352-1240; Mrs. Vcrn Nelson, 352-B3G2. or Mrs. Ralph Green, 353-0376. The benefit parly has been arranged by Ihe Excelsis Ways and Means Committee to obtain funds for their philanthropic projects. Excclsis Club is a member of! At Ihe regular mceling of tl Amico Club on Friday, Nov. the group is lo be honored wit the premiere appearance of U 60-voicc Varsity Men's Glc Club under the leadership John Taylor. This will be In firsl program given by the chor us during the current quarlc al Colorado Stale College. The program will consis mainly of patriotic and popula numbers and will begin at 7:2 ).m. in' the Fellowship Hall he First Congregational Church n view of the great popularil of this program, attendance wii ie limited to members am heir house guests at Ihe 6:3 p.m. dinner. New members are alway welcome, and any elderly per on wishing to join this ccumen cal organization may call fo escrvations to Mrs. Edllh Adri in al 352-7330 or Henry J. Dietz resident, at 352-3280. Jean. Daniels Presents Program for Mealing Mrs. Jean Daniels of Das Maiis-Hans presented Ihe program for the dinner meeting nl Ihe Weld County Dental Assis- anls Society, nl the America! 1 Legion wilh 16 members present and four guesls. Hllda-'Sloll, education chairman, suggested that education classes for the coming yeai should .stress dental X-rays, and Jean Klssler reported for the program committee. The next meeting will · be al a dinner at 0:30 p.m. on Nov. 17 at Ihe American Legion, wilh Dr. Roy Reigcr as Ihe guesl speaker. Spaghetti Dinner Slated Nov. 8 At St. Peter's """"V ** **c^*^^^^^pJW«. Women of Moose Are Arranging Hallow'n. Dance The Women of Ihe Moose an nounced plans for a Halloween Jostume Dance to be held a ':30 p.m., Friday, Oct. 31, at he Moose Lodge during their )Usiness meeting Wednesday Del. 22. Admission will be by )eing in coslume and presenling \ paid-up membership card. Mrs. Phillip Schneider gave a ,alk on "How To Become a Star Recorder." The Greeley Chaper has two star recorders, Mrs. Schneider and Mrs. E. D. Koonce. Balloting was held for four candidates. On Nov. 1, the Moose Lodge will hold its annual Halloween 'arty for the children of Moose members wilh prizes for the best costumes. Children through 2 years are to be at the lodge at 2 p.m. for games and refreshments. A new function has been added to the Lodge activities. On fov. 1, from 8 p.m.-l a.m., the Moose Lodge will sponsor a par- y for the members' teenagers nd their guests, ages 13 to 20. The next chapter night meet- ng for the W,O.T.M. will be m Wednesday, Nov. 5, at 8 p.m. HONG KONG -- China and USSR seem to have equal influ- mce in Vietnam. THE GREAT PUMPKIN STOMP-Three- ycar-olri Donald Dickey, all dressed up in his little grey mouse costume, clings to his jack o'lantern for company. Everybody else has gone to the Welcome Wagon Newcomers Halloween dance at the Ramada Inn. Mrs. Harry Ahrenhollz is general chairman for the dance to which all Newcomers Club members and their guests are invited. The Georgia Mac Trio will play for dancing from 9 p.m.-l a.m. and breakfast will be served at the close of the evening. Donald is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harris Dickey, 1410 14th Ave. (Tribune photo by Jim Briggs) /A By HELOISE CRUSE All correspondent pertaining to the Heloii* column should be mailed directly to Heloiw, King Features Syndicate, 235 E. 45th Street, Now York, New York 10017. Dear Heloise: While carving a Hallowe'en pumpkin last year, I discoveret new way lo do it. Usually after Ihe pumpkin is cul, it wobbles ie candle won't slay upright, and the lid shrinks as soon as ic pumpkin warms up. So 1 decided to cul the hole out of the bottom of the pump- In, instead of making the more usual.t6p lid. 1 discarded Ibis chunk, and SI. Pcler's Calholic Church las scheduled its annual spa- Jlielli dinner for Saturday, Nov. 8. Serving lime is 5-8 p.m. and he place is SI. Peter's Parish lall, according lo Mrs. Hubert general chairman of the ilanning committee. Several .subcommittees also vorking on preparations are under the guidance of Mrs. H. A. manski, cooking; Mrs. James Beelham, dining room; Mrs. ;oy Miller, tickets and Mrs. 'atrick Wilkinson, decorations. Tickets are still available and bunch of mice. Not. only did tier cleaning Ihe pumpkin ou nd carving out the face in il discovered that it sat perfect' solid on the lable. Then ! ilaced a fat candle (the kinc ou use as a casserole worm- r) on a small melal jar lie ntlcr il. This way 1 could light the andle and just set Ihe pumpkin ver it like a lampshade. Anc ic pumpkin lasted much long- r because there was no lid to brink, blacken, and curl up. Young Wife * · Dear Heloise: Couldn't resist dropping a ote lo you when 1 read about ic mice getting into one of our antiacid pills. My mother lives in the moun- lins and has a lot of field lice. Her doctor lold her In cut cr thyroid pills in half. The ccnnd half kepi disappearing s she hadn't returned it to the otllc. You guessed il, you never in our life. saw a more fearless nay be purchased from any nomber of Ihe Altar and Ros- iry Society or al the door. Special prices are being offered for children between 5-12 years, and ols under four will be admitted vilhout charge. To save vilaimns and mill- _ 'orals, as well as fuel, most; the Colorado Federation of Worn-! vegetables should be cookedi A rrnnn a en's Clubs and the General Fed-,in the smallest possible quantity]"' · u u y e they run, jump, and play in Ihe same room she was in, but they would come up for a romp on the bed when she was lying on it! Mrs. E. S. B. Dear Heloise: 1 recently attended a church- sponsored rummage sale am came across what I think is,a wonderful idea for those who sew a great deal. Someone had given a box ol patterns--all sizes. These were priced at two for a nickel--a real bargain! Catlileen Partlow * * * Dear Heloise: For patching, plaster on a painted wall my clever hus band mixed his spackling compound with leftover paint (same color as the wall) instead o water. It was a perfect match anc all in one simple operation. Mrs. J. E. Reaves eration. °ll v !l cr : ...^^^ Furniture Effectively Irresistibly beautiful! DRESSES look lovelier than ever AFTER DRYCLEANING by our CRAFTSMEN We would like yon to entrust, one of your favorite dresses to us for a beauty treatment. We're sure you'll like its like-now appearance. We're proud of our dry- cleaning. Try us and see why. 812 11th St. 352-5062 Proper furniture arrangcmen is important in displaying youi furnishings to the besl advan- lage and also in gelling the most use mil. of a room. Here are some points lo re member: Keep traffic lanes open. Place major conversational groupings so that they arc not disturbed by traffic. It is also possible lo redirect traffic by re-arranging furnishings. Place large pieces close to, and parallel to, the wall in order lo use the least amount ol wall space and conform lo Ihe j lines of the room. ! Arrange furnishings so that each room has a center of in teresl or focal point. Group together Ihe pieces that are used together, c.i. comfortable chairs and sofa for a conversation group; desk or table- and chair lo form work or hob- jby center. j Determine (ho function of al jpiive by its arrangement. For i instance, a bookcase or cabinet] .'finished on both sides can be- .cornc a room divider hy ils! Iplaccmrnl. Dear Heloise: Save the bottle top from a botlle of liquid dish delergenl, the kind with a dispenser top, and replace the regular shampoo botlle tip with this cap. Then it is a simple matter to shake out an application without spilling. Mrs, Hess * * Dear Heloise: If you are one. of the many of us that use a hand can op : ener, you might find this hint when trying lo open a shortening can or other lelpful. Sometimes similar can, won't fit. the opener just Try turning the can upside down and open the bottom instead. 1 think you'll find that it will work perfectly. Ruth Rivers Work Wonders With the Walls Walls need no longer be the "wall flowers" of the home. Scenic wallpaper panels, con trasling paints, wood strips fo architectural accent, a larg painling or a group of painting can all add dimension and in lerest lo an otherwise plaii room and increase attention ti Ihe walls. An interesting decorative idea is to combine wood beams hung vertically with the same fabrii as the sofa placed between thi beams--serving as a backdro; for the sofa. Or, for accent, use a contrasting fabric to high light the furnishing. Another idea is to paint one wall in a pale room in a bold color as a highlight. Add an arrangement of pictures and/o art "treasures" to create a fo cal point. A small room can be madi larger and "opened up" will he use of a scenic mural. Tex .ured. or wood-like wall cover ngs give a rustic selling to a den or game- room. Foil or flocked paper add a touch o elegance to a foyer or hallway Dear Heloise: My 'hint is for people who make stuffed toys or sew clothes for small dolls. I was turning a cloth dog hat I had made and was try- ng to use my scissors. This didn't prove very successful al all so I thought of using a stick ike we use in caramel apples. Made il so 'much easier to jet the tail and-'foot pushed out ust right. ' Since then I have also tucked tongue depressor into my sewing box. This has been very iclpful also. By using these sticks there is nothing sharp and no danger of spoiling seams or cutting the material. Catherine Taylor · Copyright, 1969, King Features Syndicate, Inc. Social Calendar Friday 1:30 p.m. Senior Citizens Club, Halloween Costume Par ty, Kecreation Center. 7:15 p.m. A.M. Duplicate Bridge Club, Ramada Inn. 7:15 p.m. Duplicate Bridgi Club, College Center, Room 247. 9 p.m.-l a.m. Welcome Wagon Newcomers Club Hal loween dance and breakfast fish at Ramada Inn. For tickets contact Mrs. Harry Ahrenhotz 353-8869. A splendid way to ruin, permanently, the sharpness of [itchen knife is to put the blade into a flame..Don't do it! It im- airs the temper of the steel, nakes it impossible to keep the Iade sharp thereafter. BonellFolk Slate Bazaar The annual bazaar and fun day staged by the folks al the Bonell Retirement Community will be held Saturday, Nov. 1, beginning at 10 a.m. and continuing until about 4 p.m. ; They have planned booths featuring home baked food, ceramics, fancy work, notions, white elephants and novelties, to name just a few. Special features will include, coffee bar, popcorn booth,.. i.Ji pond, grab bag and hand-,, work including rugs, quilts and 1 aprons. The public is cordially invited to join the friendly folks at the Bonell Community for fun, fellowship and good gift shopping. Lint Delays Drying Keep your dryer's lint screen clean. An accumulation of lint will lengthen the drying time. CHRISTMAS CRAFT WORKSHOP FOR PRE-TEENS AND TEENS 4th thru 9th Grades 4 Saturday Sessions Beginning Nov. 1, 1969 ?10.00 Includes Materials for all 4 Projects LIMITED ENROLLMENT Call Between 10 and 5 for Morning or Afternoon Class DAS MAUS HAUS - 352-5754 1020 8th STREET 45-Pc. Melamine Dimerware Plus 7-Pc. Teflon II Color Cookware for onl 45-PC. TEXAS-WARE MELAMINE DINNERWARE SERVICE FOR EIGHT ranteed two y*art SERVICE FOR 8 INCIUDES: 8 dftcorated dinner plal** 8 idad plait* · 8 soup bowft 8 cup* * vegetable bawt 8 ouc*fi * platter cr*am«r * cavtrad tugw Buy now! Or $ l holds this 52-pieee house beautiful gift in layaway till Christmas! · 1 qi. saucepan/lid · 2 qt. aauce pan/lid · 5qt. dutch oven/lid · 10" open fry pan 7-PC. COLOR COOKWARE WITH SUPER HARD TEFLON II® Chooie Avocado or Hamit Gold. Won't chip, crack or flake. Use Your Credit at Zales TALES' JEWELERS Were nothing without your love. ©Zole Corporation J9( 06 8th St. Use Your BankAmericord Open Friday till 8:30 352-6957 HELP GREELEY GROW YES vo« FOR LOCAL OPTION! II11 U v K v d l i Greeley is not a dry city. Many of our citizens, including men and women who are very active i;i civic, community and religious affairs, do enjoy the moderate use of alcoholic beverages. The outdated prohibition law does not and can not change that fact; it merely imposes on our friends and neighbors a degree of inconvenience and embarrassment. And local prohibition means Greeley residents have no control over the type of liquor outlets which serve this area. For the sake of everyone in the city, it's time to end this unfair, unrealistic . situation. H cI P G r «e j e.y I think it's-safe to say the-number of people who do use spirits in Greeley is about the same as in any. other city of our size,.and that it \von't change much if we do pass local option. Whether or not a person approves doesn't have much to do with the issue. We should vote on 'the overall question of what repeal can do for Greeley economically and in terms of future development. '· , Howard Kahler For over 30 years Greeley has been dry only because' of technical and invisible boundary lines. Since liquor is sold on N.. llth Ave. about 12 blocks from downtown and 17 blocks south on'8th Ave., I contend this IS Greeley. Why pretend it isn't? Harvey Witwer Committee Room 212, 8th 8th Buildlnir, Greeley, Colo · Ph. 352-9005

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