Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 27, 1957 · Page 31
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 31

Publication:
Location:
Greeley, Colorado
Issue Date:
Thursday, June 27, 1957
Page:
Page 31
Start Free Trial
Cancel

Pact 16 GREKLEY TRinUNH Thursday, June 27. 1957 Power Folk Powerless Irri. The orators had to iquint it Ihrir tnli. i Then cxhibitori found the power NEW YORK Hi - The Ammcm! l t ) 0 we , k to op( . rlle , hc ^ ifmM Public Power Ann. opened it« « n - ' o n dliplay. nuil convent.-n Tuesday and irn.! Finally, a radio itatlon engineer, mediately ra.i Into a criiii - a who dropped by to record the power shortage, ipeeches, plugged hii A. C. equlp- A light (ailed on Ihc ipeakeri' mcnt into a I). C. socket and blew .podium at eonventiun headquar- a (uie. Versatile Doorman NEW YORK tr-!tlchard Helch, ilaie doorman at I Broadway theater, U finding ipare time play writing profitable. Iteich hai written prevlouily lor lelcvi»ion, now hai had nil myi- Ury drama The Tin Cup optioned (or stage production next teaton by Kred F. Finklehoffe. The play previously tried out at the Harjo Jonrj theater In Dillai. . The doorman, however, Isn" | tapering o((, reporti he hai com pitted another script in which actress Eva Darlok has eiprencc a d?«ire to play the lead. In the Sahara Desert it is lorae- times CO degrees colder at nigh than it is in the shade during the day. LOW PRICES EVERY DAY GOOD MEAT MAKES THE MEAl SUPER MARKET Save as You Spend with d{. Green Stamps Marvin's Tender Juicy Cube Steaks- 79 Marvin's Fresh Fine Quality Ground Beef Wieners Swift's Oriole Sliced Armour's Melrose PORK Puritan lh.'hLX 1 ° ' -, °.X E * U N , E A , S Y T E R R A I N _ An AUted sen.,,. K,nn,,h J.l..w.rd. f Saeranunt* Callf, alrhci raornlnt tun dliprl hate ever demlllUriied tone In K«r«. In bukiround ate-the Communist-held hllU of the north. Art Invades Kitchens Lb. roll Loveland Gateway, Smoked, Sugar Cured Picnic Hams 33 something to sing about... Sweet Pickles K^r __.. 22 ,«. 43c Old Fashioned Pickles^ i,,,, 25c Dill Pickles K un. r ,6m. 19c Sweet Cherry Peppers K, i n f r. ,,,,, 25c Tomato Juice K «nrr..._ 4 "^,1.00 Sliced Beets 7 m 1 00 I rans I.UU Cut Green Beans Golden Corn K " B ' r - \Vhotc Kernrl Hominy Sauerkraut Ppac Kuner I Gnu Colorado Champion ... Tomatoes K UB er ___ 6 3M 100 U cans I.UU 7 TM 1.00 10 ± 1.00 8 S, 1.00 NEW LOOK FOR POTS AND PANS ... Black and whit, porct- lain tnamtl cxkwart Is dcccrtltd with gamt birds. AP Niwifxturn How kitchens hair changed sinec ci:; Bluhiii I N D I A N G R I L L 7 TM 1.00 7 ± 1.00 It's the ONLY Drilling made with HAND PEELED HEARTS of FRESH GARLIC the days when Grandma was a girl! Color and Design have invaded the modern kitchen, changing it from · strictly utilitarian work shop to the most cheerful room in the house. Gone are t h e . dinsy, dull poll and pans of a generation ago. Gone are the antiseptic white walls and appliances of the kitchenette era. Today's kitchens are designed with an eye to color uell as convenience. Walls maybe mellow knotty pine. Appliances may be any color of the rainbow. And pots and pans can be works of art. Kitchen utensils are kept on display these days, as part of the decorating scheme. Some homemakers like the w a r m gleam of copper pans on the wall. Ollicrs like the new decorated porcelain enamels, which now come in a wide range of colors sporting cay designs such as game birds, fruit and flowers. . Today's housewife may select porcelain enameled pots and pans to match her range, refrigerator and other appliances--pink, blue, aqua, yellow or even bright red. She can plan her own kitchen color scheme, and find all the utensils and appliances she nerds in the tones of her choice. \o wonder today's kitchen is the favorite Catherine spot fnr all the f a m i l y , as well as the guests. For Hamburger Addicts USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS MUSHROOMBURGERS with shotitring pttatots and brcil.d tomattts maku a novil but laity tupptr. By CECILY BROWNSTONE Ancciattd Prtu Food Editor Even the most fervent of hamburger addicts have been known to welcome that perennial dish prepared a new way. So whether jou cook your summer burgers indoors or out, here's a suggestion. We are of the school of thought that believes a hamburger should be charred on the outside, pink and juicy inside. To achie\e this state, we cook the hamburgers as rapidly as possible in the be- pinninj, then turn down the heat to let the iiuide change gradually from blue-red to rose pink. If you're using your kitchen range, a heavy iron skillet will be fine for this method. MUSHROOMBURGERS Ingredients: l i p o u n d mushrooms, 1 small onion, U cup butter or margarine, 1 1 5 pounds ground lean beef, l'i teaspoons salt, v; teaspoon pepper, I teaspoons Worcestershire tauce. Method: Rinse mushrooms in cold w a t e r and dry on a towel; slice very thin. Peel and chop onion fine. Melt butter in a skillet (9 or 10 inches) and add mushrooms and onion. Cook over moderately low heat, stirring often, until wilted--about 10 minutes. Mix ground beef with cooked mushrooms and onion, salt, pepper and Worcestershire sauce. Shape Into 8 patties. Cook to desired doneness. Makes 6 servings. Note: Canned shoestring potatoes make a good accompaniment for these mushroomburgers; be sure to heat the potatoes before serving. Pan-fried or broiled tomato halves will also be attractive with burgers. You might like to try seasoning the tomatoes with a little sugar and curry powder. K l i n i F I N K ... UK; VAU'K . 1 001) K I N C ,,, 88c ,, 80c . Hi. 6«?C Apple Pie ui-e 39' 1'rrfh Kro/en--Itanch House Large 21 or., size . - Garden Fresh Fruits and Vegetables tyrawhpmpQ S^T?' wholc ' R !?· QQn Oil dWUt/l I ICO Shasta Berries J tin jjjjv Sugar added-No cleaning, sorting or stemming , 29c , 15c Lb. cello bag |UC Largo California Head Lettuce Carrots Oranges Fresh Dolicate Green YOUR HEADQUARTERS IN GREELEY FOR · Non-Freezing Hydrants · Automatic Crisp, Golden 126 size ,|fh California Sunklst . . . . Ib. |(JQ in the I'op.Oprn Can . LUirrrnrinn '·"··' C-iliin, margarine coion-d ami 0,1, r i i U n a Chunk Slylc 5 y.ihy Food . . . 2 f « r 1 5 C ,,, 19c Ijtrgt ran fcOC 35c Pineapple ££«_ Hharpnal "" rky Mnl|nl;in vlldlbUdl MnrdniMxl Ozark Hickory Chips. 2 'cnni 35C Pumps » Pipe · Valves · Fittings · Well Casing · Stock Tanks Waterers e Underground Sprinkling Eq. ;» II). IMC 49C T _. IIII _. L U ha^ Vv v Thfy R i v r jour rmftt lhal delicious smoke f l a \ o r l OLIVER WELL WORKS, INC. 603 8th St. SINCE 1908" Phone 849

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 9,800+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free