Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on April 27, 1973 · Page 20
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(Coto.) TKlMtNe. XI Tonie Beefhcrm w/ns /n art competition Miss Tonie. Beetham, a student -at , Colorado' State University, won 'honorable mention for two pieces of work she entered and displayed in the Creative Arts Symposium at the Student Center Gallery on the CSU campus. Of the 242 entries received, only 98 were chosen for exhibit, including an untitled laminate sculpture, a glass and filagree mustard pot, and a satirical piece titled "Birth of a Nation'," an egg "inscribed with a dollar bill, to express through simple images a basic facet of our Tonie Beetham Evening Belles name officers Mrs. Manuel Geisick, new president of the Evening Belles Extension Homumakers Club, will be assisted during the coming year by Mrs. Ted Fryzek, vice president, Miss Gladys Anderson, secretary, and Mrs. Eugene Gibbs, treasurer. The election was held at Ihe April meeting at the home of Mrs. Danny Gibbs. Mrs. Ronald Doll reported on the needlepoint class, and announced that an original pattern contest will be held County Day, May 9, which all members were urged to attend. Mrs. Geisick gave the lesson on salads and dressings, and distributed a variety of salad recipes which she asked members lo try during Ihe next month, and choose, their families' favorite to bring lo the meeting at the home of Mrs. Eugene Gibbsat 8p.m., May 16. PROFESSIONAL CLEANING CARPET · FURNITURE WALLS · FLOORS 352-2108 1324 28th Street culture," all done by Miss Beetham. Miss Beetham's art will be on display in Greeley during the 10th annual Arts Mart sponsored by the American Association of University Women at the First National Bank, 9th Avenue at lllh Street, May 4-6. Tonie is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James L. Beetham, 1617 llth Ave. Ga/efon Gals four Fort Logan Members of Galeton Gals Extension Club reported on their tour of Fort Logan Mental Hospital in April, when the club met with Mrs. Robert Rutt presiding. The concensus of opinion was that Ihe tour was interesting and worthwhile. . Eleven members exchanged Easter eggs for roll call and will give household hints for the next roll call when Ihe group meets at 1:3U p.m., May 15, at the home of Mrs. John Baker. There, will also be a pattern exchange by Ihose desiring to do so at the next meeting. The lesson "Salads are In" was presented by Mrs. Schneider and Mrs. Rutt prior to Ihe salad luncheon served the members. A guest, Shirley Bnhlender, conducted a commercial party following the luncheon. Mrs. John Noyes received a gift from her secret pal. Greeley Insurance Women observe special week The Insurance Women of Greeley were feted at an early observance of National Insurance Women's Week, which is in May, when entertained by the Greeley-Weld Insurers Association at Breakfast Wednesday morning at the Farm Fare al Lucerne. Easter decor adorned the tables. Gladys Conrady, president of the women's group, responded to the welcome from Harold Morehead, president of the hosts. Sen. Hank Brown, introduced by Terry Fisher, gave an address on pending legislation especially oriented to the insurance industry, following which he answered questions from his audience. Members of the Insurance Women attending each received a rose. Guests included Anna Caroline Teller and Esther M. Smith of Windsor. Fashion stylist to lecture on pattern size selection School lunch menus By CECILY BROWNSTONE AHMtaM Proi Foot Etitw COME FOR DESSERT! Angel Lime Pie Beverage ANGEL LIME PIE , A tangy filling with a sweet meringue. 3 eggs, separated '/; teaspoon cream of tartar Ite cups sugar 'A teaspoon salt l teaspoon grated lime rind l k cup fresh lime juice l container (Bounces) heavy cream Beat egg whites until frothy; add cream of tartar; gradually add l cup of the sugar, beating constantly. Continue beating until meringue holds very stiff peaks. Spread evenly over bottom and sides of greased 9-inch pie plate. Bake in a preheated 275 degree oven for 1 hour. Cool thoroughly. Beat egg yolks slightly; beat in the remaining V cup sugar, salt, lime rind and lime juice. Cook over moderate heat, stirring constantly, until thickened; do not boil. Cool thoroughly. Beat cream until stiff; fold into lime custard. Pour into meringue shell and chili until firm -- 8 hours or overnight. How many hours do you spend in fitting the dresses you are sewing for yourself? Did you know that it is possible to cut alterations to a minimum and save hours of dressmaking time? The Denver will, present Leslie Ann Wood, fashion stylist for Simplicity Pattern Co., in an informative visual lecture titled "Know Your Correct Pattern Size" at 2 p.m.,'Friday, May 4, in the fabric department on the Leslie Ann Wood second floor of the store in Greeley. In a program which will prove to be of great interest to all women who sew, Miss Wood will demonstrate how to correctly measure for a pattern, based on both figure type and actual body measurements, and how lo use a basic fitting pattern as a guide in achieving a custom- made finish in home sewing. In addition to the visual lecture, the stylist will have a complete set of basic fitting dresses which the customers can try on to determine her correct pattern size and figure type. Leslie Ann Wood, when not traveling for the pattern company, makes her home in Annapolis, Md. She received a bachelor of science degree in home economics specializing in clothing and textiles, from Florida State University. Her experience in fashion and retailing includes managing a junior sportswear store in Alexandria, Va., and a position as assistant buyer in lingerie at Hecht and Co. in Washington, D.C. ' Alice Klein Circle A birthday luncheon at the Farm Fare Cafeteria was attended by members of the Alice Klein Circle after which the group reassembled at the home of Mrs. James Larkin. Present were 14 members and a guest, Mrs. L. S. Connell. Mrs. Allen Anderson presided at the business meeting with installation of officers as follows: Mrs. David Bochman, chairman; Mrs. Donald Lowe, vice chairman; Mrs. Donn Parmelee, secretary-treasurer. Alice Klein Circle was formed 32 years ago by Mrs. James Larkin who is the sponsor. Each year she bakes a birthday cake for the group which was served with tea during the social hour. Tea to honor Re-3/ teachers A tea to honor Superintendent Harold Rice and four teachers, Mrs. Hazel Bowles, Mrs. Genevieve Krebill, Mrs. Marjorie Lowes and Mrs. Garnet Stevens, will take place 24 p.m., Sunday, April 29, in the commons area at Weld Central High School. Presentation ceremonies are scheduledfor 3p.m. Hosting the function as sponsors are the Weld Re-3J school board and the Weld Central Teachers Association. All interested persons are invited. Those unable to attend may send cards in care of Weld Re-3J Schools, Keenesburg. Duke Rauh describes differences in diamonds "Diamonds are different" Duke Rauh told the Greeley Woman's Club (CFWC) Monday afternoon at the First Congregational Church. "Ten diamonds could be compared," Rauh said, -"and each one would be different, and each would command a different price. More than 80 times as many diamonds are used in industry as are worn by individuals. "Most diamonds come from Africa, although a few are found in Arkansas. Diamonds are formed of carbon, crystallized by pressure and time. "Diamonds are also rare, in a sense, because less than one per cent of those found are suitable for one carat gems, and the hardness of the gem makes it valuable for another reason -diamonds will cut anything. "The beauty of a stone is intensified by movement and reflection of light, distinguished by weight^ color, clarity and cut. Most stones are colorless, but the cut of the stone reflects light in different ways. They are investments of love, beauty and status, sometimes called a portable investment. "Diamonds are forever," Rauh concluded. Mrs. A. J. Gibson presided at the business meeting for which Mrs. Esther Green read an article titled "Happiness" for the devotional. It was reported that Greeley Woman's Club received 10 merit awards at the Northern District Convention, and that the addition of 10 new members has brought the membership to 185. Mrs. Green and Mrs. Vernon Card conducted the annual memorial service, honoring Mrs. E. R. .Custar, Mrs. Mabel 0. Marshall, Miss Josie Peterson, Miss Eula Smith, Mrs. Winona Voris Andre and Mrs. Harry W. Farr. Miss Gertrude Lyons, Mrs. Donald Cook and Mrs. Carl Altergott decorated the tea table, and Mrs. Paul Steward and Mrs. Cook presided at the beverage services. Tea hostesses included Mrs. Walter Schmidt, Mrs. Carl Meyer, Mrs. Edith Adrian, Mrs. Henry Griffin, Mrs. Harry Jenkins and Mrs. L. B. Willson. Reservations for the annual luncheon at the Elks Club, Monday, May 7, should be made with Mrs. Paul Martin. CLOSE MINING LEADVILLE, Colo. (AP) Federal budget reductions are responsible for the .end of a program at Colorado Mountain College that trained some women to be hard rock miners. Director Lyle Rathpun said the program began in 1971 and that among the 212 graduates were two women. The six-week course trained students as miner's helpers. District Six Hot lunch menus for schools in District Six for the ensuing week, and breakfast menus for the same period at West High School, and Chappelow West, East Memorial, Franklin, Jeffer.son and Billie Martinez elementary schools, will include: SKNIUH HIGH SCHOOLS (With choices) Monday: Browned beef and gravy, or Salisbury steak with brown gravy; buttered whipped potatoes; seasoned green beans; whole wheat pull-apart rolls and butter; Mile-hi cake, or chilled applesauce; ',; pint whole milk. Tuesday: Baked lasagne, or fried chicken with country g r a v y ; buttered whipped potatoes; crispy tossed salad; French bread w i t h garlic butler; apple crisp; Vz pint- whole milk. Wednesday: American pizza; or fruit plate with cheese sticks; buttered whole kernel corn; holiday salad; one-half b a n a n a , or Believe-it-or-not cookies; V pint whole milk. Thursday: Fish sticks with tartare sauce, or franks on a bun; parsley-buttered whipped potatoes; creamy dill slaw; peach cobbler, or assorted desserts; li.pint whole milk. International Day--Mexico Friday: Beef and bean burrito with chili sauce; Spanish rice; butlcred Mexi- corn; corn bread wnd butter; red Jellos with topping; '/· pint whole milk. Secondary schools serve a choice of whole milk, either plain or chocolate, each day. JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLS 'KLEMENTARY SCHOOLS Monday: Browned beef and gravy; buttered whipped potatoes; seasoned green beans; whole wheat pull-apart rolls and butter; Mile-hi cake; Vz pint whole milk. Tuesday: Baked Lasagne; crispy tossed salad; French bread with garlic butter; apple crisp; V 2 pint whole milk. Wednesday: American pizza; buttered whole kernel corn; holidaysalad; one-half banana; Vz pint whole milk. Thursday: Fish sticks with tartare sauce; parsley-buttered whipped potatoes; creamy dill slaw; peach cobbler; V4 pint whole milk. International Day--Mexico Friday: Be.ef and bean burrito with chili sauce; Spanish rice; buttered Mexi- corn; corn bread and butter; red Jello with topping; Vi pint whole milk. Elementary schools serve whole milk each day, with a choice of plain or chocolate each Monday. BREAKFAST 'MENUS Monday: Orange juice; Texas toast with peanut butter and jelly; '/z pint whole milk. Tuesday: Chilled applesauce; blonde peanut butter brownie with powdered sugar; ',··· pint whole milk. Wednesday: One-half fresh orange; scrambled eggs and diced ham on toast; ',2 pint whole milk. Thursday: Tomato juice; miniburger; '4 pint whole milk. Friday: Orange juice; cold cereal; hard cooked egg; "A pint whole milk. Greeley Catholic Hot lunch menus for the Greeley Catholic School for the ensuing week, April 30-May 4, will include: Monday: Spaghetti and meat sauce; seasoned green beans; buttered corn bread; apple crisp; 14 pint whole milk. T u e s d a y : O v e n - f r i e d chicken; French fries; dinner roll and butler; fruit cup; V 2 pint chocolate milk. Wednesday: Chili soup and crackers; carrot stick; glazed cinnamon rolls; purple plums; Vi pint, whole milk. Thursday: Turkey gravy over whipped potatoes; seasoned peas and carrots; bread and butter; cake with icing; '/ 2 pint whole milk. Friday: Sausage pizza; shredded lettuce with dressing; whole kernel corn; peanut butter brownie; '/z pint whole milk. Re-l Hot lunch menus for schools in District Re-l for the ensuing week, April 30-May 4, will include: Monday: Yankee Doodle njacaroni; buttered green beans; hot rolls and butter; fruit; ','2 pint whole milk. Tuesday: Vegetable soup; sandwiches; salad; cookies ;.'·· pint whole milk. Wednesday: Turkey; mashed potatoes; combination salad; hot rolls and butter; fruit cobbler; /· pint whole milk. Thursday: Tacoburgers; buttered corn; carrot sticks; apple crisp; Ms pint whole milk. Friday: Fish sticks; buttered potatoes; buttered -peas; hot rolls and butter; cake; Vi pint whole milk. Lab School Hot lunch menus for the Laboratory School for the ensuing week, April 30-May 4, will include: Monday: Chili on a bun; buttered mixed vegetables; apple slices; hot rolls and butter; lemon pudding; V4 pint whole milk. . . Tuesday: Bacon, tomato and lettuce sandwich; krinkle potato chips; sunshine carrots; peanut butter brownies', '4 pint whole milk, either plain or chocolate. International Day--China Wednesday: Chicken chow mein; seasoned spinach; fluffy white rice; cabbage and pineapple slaw; hot rolls and butter; fortune cookies; ice cream; 'i pint whole milk. Thursday: Pig-in-a-blanket with mustard relish; mashed potatoes; seasoned sauerkraut; plum cobbler; rolls and butter; ',· pint whole milk. Friday: Tomato soup; baked cheese sandwich; celery sticks; chilled applesauce; Ms pint whole milk, either plain or chocolate. Trinity Lutheran Hot lunch menus for the Trinity Lutheran School for the . ensuing week, April 30-May 4, will include: Monday: Spaghetti and meat sauce; lettuce salad and dressing; rolls and butter; pumpkin cake; Ms pint whole milk. Tuesday: Meat balls; mashed potatoes; cranberry salad; cinnamon rolls; '/z pint . whole milk. .Wednesday: Chicken salad sandwich; corn; carrot sticks; fruit cup; peanut butter cookie; '/ 2 pint whole milk. Thursday: Hot dogs; mixed vegetables; fruit salad; oatmeal bar; '/4 pint whole milk. Friday: No lunch (Field Day in Denver). When taking a dish of food t o ' a picnic, place a damp towel first on the tray, then put a dish on top of it. This prevents slipping. 25% OFF ON ALL BEDSPREADS ordered duringApril. Choose from over 200 patterns! 25% OFF ON ALL WOVEN wood ROMAN SHADES... a new idea in window treatments! ^INTERIOR DESIGNERS and INSTALLERS 802 9th Street (downstairs at J. V. Smith's) Re-Elect Louis C. Rieker School Board 2-Year Term Weld County School District 6 Sponsored by Interested Citizens Be the hit of any evening affair in this classic caftan. Tremendous f i t t i n g body shape o'f black acetate with full black and white dotted sleeves. Sizes: 7-13. 2019 GREELEY MALL 353-8452

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