Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on May 3, 1972 · Page 17
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.J8 GKliBLKY (Colo.) THII5UNE Wed., May 3, 1072 Engagement Announced '·'The engagement of Miss Amy Jenn Sargent, daughter of Mr. and Mis. Wesley Sargent of Sunscl Lane, and Kenneth Gene Kent, son of John Kent of Greelcy nnd Mrs. IJlla Complon of Paonla has been announced. ··The wedding will take place in early summer. People You Know : Mrs. Ivan Wolf and daughter, MelindR, of Las Animas spent lasl weekend in the home of Mrs. Emma Bntner, 181 Hi 12lh ·Sired. Another daughter from California guest. had been a recent Rotlunan informs Garden Club On Methods of Pruning Trees "lliive you ever wondered Fridny, April 28, for the plmit what different effects can be i achieved in the growth patterns of shrubs and trees by trimming and pruning?" was one question asked at a round (able discussion by members of the Morning Garden Club w i t h Elmer Rolhman, county extension agent, as consultant. The monthly. meeting was :ield Wednesday morning, April 26, in the home of Mrs. W. F. Alkisson, Mrs. Lee Eldrcd serving as co-hostess. Fifteen members attended. During the business meeting [he group decided to meet at Jefferson School 10 a.m., Mr ·'. .Mother's Favorite Store 824 9th St. ALLGIFTS BEAUTIFULLY W R A P P E D FREE Swirl print in color, sifted through whipped cream softness. A summertime charmer that's body fitted to an easy flow of skirt. Machine washable 65 per cent Arnel® triacetate wilh 35 per cent polyester. Blue, yellow in sizes 14C-26C. $22.00 A large selection of '/j sizes from 10.00 up. ing of a "cotlonlcss" cottonwood tree furnished by the Morning Garden Club. This was clone in keeping wilh National Arbor Day. liolhman discussed several important aspects of the proper pruning of f r u i t , ornamental, pine and shade trees, lie stressed correct lime ami method for the pruning and Ihe ise of right tools for the job. !le advised that cuts made on limbs and branches be at an approximate 45 degree angle and about an inch above a leallhy bud to prevent the. ippearance of dead wood on the end of the branch. Growth of lines is controlled entirely by lariial to complete removal of candles. They must always be broken, never cut. i The next club mecling will be at 3:15 a.m.. May 24, al ! (he home of Mrs. L. P. Lupher, 2110 22nd St. Road. The program will be "Knowing Your | Birds." Tribune Women's Pages ' ' Blanche Dempsey, Editor; lloso Mary Koob, Assistant R E C E I V E S CITATIOH -Mrs. Mary Knulson of Johnstown, a district manager of Avon Products, Inc., has been named to the company's Circle of Excellence, one of ! 1 8 5 district managers throughout Ihe country who were honored by the company during a five-day meeting in Mexico City. Mrs. Knutson has been with the company for 10 '-years, and has held her present position for two years. She is the wife of Joseph C. Knutson and the mother .of four, (he youngest still at home. President Spiro T. Agnew savs don { or scjco " d a TMi third in this r ° ' ^oimnf -311/4 Titr- a«/l MT-P T? TP W H I T E S U L P H U R SPRINGS, W. V'a. (AP) -- Vice Social Calendar Friday, May 5 12:30 p\m. Kersey Home and Garden Club luncheon at t h e - Kersey Community Center. · 12:30 p.m. Church Women United of Greeley and La Salic, May Fellowship Luncheon al the First Christian Church, 13lh Street and 23rd Avenue. 6 p.m. Amico Club dinner at the Kirst Congregational Church. (Please note new starting time.) Program by Dr. and Mrs. William Popcjoy "Getting Close lo Nature wilh Colorado Wild Flowers." 6:30 p.m. Ladies Group of Ihe Calvary Baptist Church, Mother-Daughter Banquet, A m e r i c a n Legion Ebony Room. 6:30 p.m. Greeley Junior Woman's Club (CFWC) dinner sponsored by the Greeley Gas Company. 7:15 p.m. Friday Night D u p l i c a t e Bridge Club, Hamada Inn. 7:30 p.m. Duplicate Bridge at the University Center. 8 p.m. Woodmen of the World, Greeley Camp No. G, Odd Fellows Hall. 8-10 p.m. AAUW Reception for artists and the public at the Art Mart at the First j National Bank, 1925 9lh Ave. 8 p.m. Mahi Shrine No. 18, White Shrine of Jerusalem, j Masonic Temple. 9 p.m. Parents Without Partners, dancing party, Kersey Inn. Kor more about PWP "call 352-5476 or 353-3588 or write P.O. Box 2GO, Greeley. for those of us who are enjoying all kinds of needlework, it's n usy time. Uecause you nre creating, and' your mail has wen we're devoting this week's column lo getting a few things straightened out. There are times when instruc- ions for k n i t t i n g and crocheting can be very frustrating. I sincerely believe that the designer takes a lot for granted ivilh them. There arc degrees of experience and at times some things should he worked out in detail for Iho novice -especially now with so many beginner's testing their talents. :)ear Ellee, What does il mean 'to Bridge News Championship Mrs. E. M. Cutler and Mrs. . B. Epperson playing with Mrs. F. F. Huey and Mrs. E M. Schrade, won the trophy for he recent Swiss team-of-four championship at the Greeley Innnfry Club. The teams of Gary Fabschulz and Norbert O'Connor, and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kahan, tied with Mr. and Mrs. Mark Achziger and Barry 3edinger and Mrs. Kay Harn- R E S I D I N G IN G R E E L E Y - Marriage rites were performed in the First United Methodist Church in Fort Collins Saturday evening, April 22, by the Rev. Henry Baker when Miss Dianna Lynn Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward E. Smith of Fort Collins, became (he bride of Melvin Lee Faliretibruch, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Fahrenbruch, 1715 Oth Sf. The bride was graduated from Forl Collins High School, attended Colorado State University and Presbyterian Medical Center School of Nursing. She w'as graduated from Poudre Vocational Technical School of Licensed Practical Nursing and has been employed by the Four Seasons Care Center in Kort Collins. This fall she will enter the University of Northern Colorado and will be employed at Weld County General Hospital. Fahrenbruch was graduated in 1D65 from Greeley High School and spent four years in'the United Stales Air Force, having been stationed in Las Vegas and Vietnam. Presently he is employed by Central Homes in Greeley. Following a honeymoon at Estes Park the couple is al home al 2316 8th St. the press never writes about it when he gets hit with a tennis ball by his own partner. Agnew's executive -assistant, C. D. Ward, gra?ed Agnew's shoulder Tuesday during a doubles match against Gov. Linwood Holton of Virginia and Gov. William G. Miltiken of Michigan during a match at the Greenbrier resort here. "They never tell about it when 1 get hit," Agnew said jjokingly to a small crowd of by]standers. Agnew, who flew here lo address a banquet of the Republican Governors Association, has acquired a reputation for hit- j t i n g tennis partners and golf ]spectators with errant shots. event, and Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Wagner and Mrs. William Loss and Mrs. Helen Vogel placed fourth. Refreshments were served while the scores were being computed. Regular Play Winners in regular play for the Afternoon Club on April 19, were Mrs. James Cannon and Mrs. R. P. Culverwell who tied with Mrs. Helen Kraemer and Mrs. II. W. Devine for first and second; and Mrs. Floyd Bossen and Mrs. E. E. Wagner, placed third. At the Evening Club on April 24, Mark Achziger and John Christy were first; Al Miller and Norberl O'Connor, second; Mrs. Lee Holcomb of Arvada won top honors in the slate as Colorado finalist in the 24th annual chicken cooking contest. She will attend the national con- lest competition in Birmingham, Ala., on May 20. her recipe for Chicken Reuben Rolls Mr. and Mrs. W. Iferter, Destined to he noticed. A feminine shape with delicate trim. Stepping right up to pamper a prettier you. · America Shoes V/hito Crinkle Patent Blue Crinkle patent Black Crinkle Patent Use Your Randall's Charge Or Open Friday Nights (third; .Mrs. Frank Gregory and 'Dayton N'ichol, fourth;' Gary .Fabschulz and Mrs. H. W. Devine, f i f t h and Mrs. Mary Carol Evenson and Mrs. Kay Seyler, sixth. Mrs. Ethel Brumley and Mrs. J. H. Burroughs tied with Mrs. James Mathews and Mrs. H. 'W. Devine for first and second Colorado State Winning Contest Recipe Is 'Chicken Reuben Rolls' Mrs. Holcomb prepare in competition with finalists from 49 other states and the District of Columbia for the top prize of $10,000. Her recipe was selected through a detailed judging procedure, from thousands of entries, and was kitchen tested for taste, appearance and workability. Each state finalist receive S100, a state winner's trophy and an expense-paid trip to Birmingham for the national 1 egg, slightly beaten 1-3 cup sour cream 1 tablespoon prepared mustard 2 cups soft rye bread crumbs 1-3 cup Maxola margarine, melted Place chicken breasts between 2 pieces of Alcoa Wrap a l u m i n u m foil and pound to flatten. Sprinkle chicken with salt, Ac'cenl and pepper. On each chicken piece, place 1 slice corned beef, 1 slice cheese, 2 tablespoons sauerkraut and I slice margarine. Tuck in ends and roll up. Secure with wooden picks. Mix egg, sour cream anil mustard. Dip each chicken roll will Jin egg mixture, then roll in rye bread crumbs. Place in foil- lined Wear-Ever 1314 x 9!i x 2'/i-inch bake and roast pan jat the Afternoon Club on April cook-off. In addition lo the lop and riri/.zie melted margarine prize n a t i o n a l prizes arc $5,001) | ovcr rolls. Bake in 375 degrees second prize, S2.000 third prize'jF. nvcn 50 ° 60 minutes, and 51,000 fourth prize plus six'Garnish with big dill pickles bonus prizes of $150 each. iand additional sauerkraut, if The contest is sponsored byj'-I^ircd. makes B servings. National Broiler Council in con-1 junction with Ac'cent Intcr-j M I A M I H K A C I I , Fla. ( A P ) -national, Inc.: Best Foods, a j P a l Nixon says the years she division of CPC International | sptnt as a [eu . h( , r were ., f Inc., Alcpa Wrap and Wear-| of , hfi ^ ytm fjf my |]fe ,, The beginning month, it's May of a new 3, 1972, and heavy questions, Dear Marlcnc, First of nil, when decreasing, if you'll work one stitch lit the edge and then mnke your decrease, you'll have a better edge for picking up, rather than the humpy uneven edge that is made when you decrease on Ihe very edge stitches. For a neat finish (if you already have a bumpy edge), work a crochets row of on tlie loose edge. single Then, 'work knilling needle, pick up your slilches required by inserting Ihe needle through the back loop of the crochet stjicbes. Work your ribbing then, as usual. Dear Elite, "Place a marker on needle." I hale being so stupid, but where and what do the directions mean? (I'm a beginner k n i t - . Joan "New at this" Dear New, The "what" is a little plastic Dear Joan, ring called markers, or a paper To "work even" means lolclip, or a tied loop of yarn, continue the .same stitch ynu.'a small rubber band or whal- lavc been doing without in-jever. The "where" is on the creasing or decreasing. ! needle. This marker will not lie 'worked, it's only a traffic sign Dear Ellec, . I f n r you ami it will be slipped Is il possible to shape shoulders another way other :han the binding off of stitches dt the beginning of so many rows? It leaves jagged rows and when I try to put the -. , garment together, I have holes jstarting at an edge? where the jagged places are. Mrs. W. f r o m the lef Mo-right-hand needle as you work each row. Dear Ktlee, How docs one join a new ball of yarn in crocheting without Dear Mrs. W., Those ."stairstep" shapings i Mrs. E. Dear Mrs. E,, There's more t h a n one way, but this should help: Leaving a - t a i l end of at least 4 inches can be a little d i f f i c u l t to put (from Ihe old hall pull this together, so next time try this method. For a flat shoulder seam, you can knit the two pieces together. Shape shoulders w i t h short rows instead of binding off in "stairsteps," then place stitches irougli the -last stiich made, and pull to fasten: Then with the new ball, leave another 4 inch end, draw up a loop in same stitch where old ball was fastened off, yo, and draw through a loop, then continue on holders. Put the stitches for Ion w i t h your pattern. These tailback shoulder on one needle, ends will be worked in later. Ihe stitches for front on another needle (not necessarily the same size as used -for the garment). Right sides facing each other, using a third needle the size with which the garment was made, k n i t together the Keep your letters coming to: "Ellee" 1520 14lh Avenue ' Greeley, Colorado- 80631" . --and we'll help with your needlework problems, share a informed of current trends! first stitcli from the t w o j t i p or pattern, and keep you needles, then the second stitch' from them. Bind off one stitch and continue across the row in this same manner, t h u s a flat Dear Ellee, I have knitted for a long time, but, one thing t h a t has bothered me is picking up stitches around a neck. My "Neck trim" isn't very pretty, and it spoils improve? Girl Scout Training Set Here Friday A training session for a neighborhood service team of Girl Scouts will be held at 3:30 a.m. the rest of the garment. Could Friday in the" First Congrcga- you give me a tip so 1 can Marlenc tional Church. Participating iadulls are asked to bring a sack lunch. Ever A l u m i n u m , Inc. i u l " K ue ' 11 B a r s "' m " Ie - ' 2R Mrs Frank Gregory a n d ! Wrs - "Bomb's recipe which' Mrs - · Vix " n ma() e the remark IMPS. Alherl Holmes, placed' m a y wln her $ wm f o l l o w s : · Tuf:sda ' w l l ) l e receiving an third. Chicken Reuben Rolls award from the National Asso-I whole broilcr-frytr chicken Iciation of Retired Teachers breasts, halved, honed and'She was presented an honorary : l i f e membership in the organization. : Mis. Nixon taught business : ',-l'joa!i'jn al Union High Kdiool C-oun-.'t i:, Whjltiw, Calif. Mark Achziger, second; Dave package).corned bed "Mv door was always open Jordan and Gary Morgan.; 3 thin slice;, if, o-jriw-1 " . -. . . Othor Recent Winners Winners of the Evening Duplicate Bridge Club at the Itarnada Inn on Friday, April 23, were Jim Miller awl Bob Bosley, first; Mr. and Mrs. .skinned I teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon Ac'cent ''] teaspoon pepper ft thin slices II third; Charlotte Williamson an'J.thceit Hazel Brewer, fourth, and \M\ 1 cup and Scott Johnson, f i f t h . drained Morning Duplicate Club w i n - ' -u; ,ner.s at the home of Mrs. » t .slit'-. 'Virginia Sears on May !, i.i- ; jcluded Charlotte Williamson' 'and Phyllis Taylor, f i r s t : arid i K d i e Canon a n d Skippy..i| :I''r:crnan titd w i t h Mrs. Stars .and Dave Wiggins for stcnnd ; rmd third. : Regular play K sdx-d'jlcd f o r , i Friday, May 5, at 7:15 p . m . i at the Rsmada Inn, and again j on Monday, May B, al I I p.m. j at the Scars home, ift'52 Montview Blvd. ;,--. and students would often corne l;y and talk abmit their love af- rj.yd and f a i r s or homework," she said. "I always enjoyed it. I really rgir!M:, ci! have Inllmvcd my students and f am very proud of them." on MOTHER'S DAY give her a gift she'll cherish Wedding Invitations And Announcements MIAMI (Af'j-i'rime Minister Fidel Ca.itro has begun his trip abroad. Radio Havana reported Tuesday night that Castro h,id left for Guinea, the first slop on a nine-nation tour ending in Moscow. The prime minister also will /islt Algeria, Bulgaria, Ho- nani.i, Hungary, Poland, Kasl Germany and Czechoslovakia. ; | Hallmark Wedding and Anniversary Cords | Wedding or.d Gucsf Books Anniversary Books Wcddrnq and Shower Napkins Thank You Nofos A bfMHt.iful (/ifI, ring, ntlil UK i/tilil. Hirlhu ftir fut-.k filiil/l . . . liinilnniil.tinil Slylc 560 Really wraps a Molhar's lovod or.os around her fmgorl Lnst Call For Mother's Dny Delivery m VUeiM AeweleM, Jnc. S ^ CX ' si Your Diamond Store 81 9 Tenth Sh r - EH.ibllthod 1915 ll||p:|||pllililj

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