ow ay c Knitwear is "In" -- as we 1 well know, but in this itegory is included cro- letwear, and this year we will je the crochet growing so apidly that it will be in a class y itself. For those of you who o not know l)qw and don't have ccess to lessons of instruction i crochet, there are beginner's opks with good diagrams and irections for the basic stitches. lost of the popular "pcek-a- oo" patterns feature only two r three of the simplest stitches nd from ''the mail recently, everal of. the. readers have iK6ii tnis rouic to icdrn wncn iere was no other way -- and ley have had success. Try it, ' you will! After practicing the stitches "Â«e % ,, Dear Ellee, Would you please refer me o a pattern book for an open- down-the front poncho? (For a ' ;irl and adult, both sizes.) Am enclosing a stamped, self- addressed envelope. J. S. Dear J. S., By the time this column is printed, you will have received your answer by mail, but for you and others who have Â· written and will write in the future -- please specify whether it is a knit or chrochet pattern [hat you desire. My crystal ball is "out of order" and I can't find a repairman to fix it. Dear Ellec, Do you know where I can obtain fine thread (size 100-150) for doing church vestments? pith scrap yarn, when you are D. eady to make something, pay p e c i a 1 attention to the naterials required for it,_ in- luding Ihe crochet hook "size. Vs in knitting "gauge" -- the umber of stitches and rows per nch is important! Use the yarn nd hook that is specified. Make i sample swatch -- if you are clung moiG aiiLcnco lu uiu nch, you are working tightly nd should change ; to a larger ize hook. If you are getting ewer stitches to the inch, you sre working loosely and should Â·hange to a smaller size hook. Check your gauge periodically js you progress with your oroject because you may vary n your gauge without realizing t and change your hook to nake sure you obtain the correct size you want ol vhatever you're making. Special- Note: Crochet hooks are made of different materials -- wood, plastic, aluminum anc steel. They are sized by number and-or letter. The same size in he different substances vary, so make sure you use only what Dear D., I have written several companies concerning your request, )Ut without success. Maybe r some of our readers may get in touch if they have any source of supply. I sincerely hope so! I will forward any information hat comes in. Dear Ellee, How does one do the slip ; stitch? I'm trying to make a ; cord that is used for a tie by ' making a chain, then slip- stitching back along the chain. "In a mess" ' Dear 'In a mess", Make your chain, then insert hook in 2nd stitch from hook, ' thread yarn over hook and pul through chain and loop on hook. Continue in this manner across the chain to the end; fasten off. ' Keep your letters coming to: "EUee" ' 1520 14th Ave. Greeley, Colo 80631 --and we'll help with your needlework problems, share a tip, and keep vou informed o s called for in your directions! | current needlework trends!. Horoscope Forecast By Carroll Righter \ John Vandcrhoof I'o Speak in Pierce John Vanderhoof, state leg- slator, will speak at the noon overed dish luncheon of the Sorlh Weld Republican Worn- n on Monday, June tt, at Hit rtethodist Church in Pierce. Men interested in meeting nd visiting with Vanderhoo ire especially encouraged to ittend. Meat, beverages and rolls wil je furnished by the club, and all guests are asked to briiij, a-covered dish. ,,. f / rf^Â« f PRESENTS GAVEL -- Miss Harriet Leafgren, left, new president of Epsilon Chapter of Alpha Delia Kappa, accepts the'president's gavel from Mrs. Bill (Joan) Slapper, out-going.president. Miss Leafgren will serve in her new office for the 1970-71 year. Alpha Delta Kappa is an international honorary sorority for women educators. (Tribune .photo by Janet Silzman) fr t'om By HELOISE CRUSE oie All correspondence pertaining to the Helois* column should be mailed directly to Heloise, King Features Syndicate, 235 E. 45th SfreÂ«t, New York, New York 10017. Dear Heloise: . I'm so excited about the inexpensive shower curtain that made for our upstairs bathroom. I bought a plain white shower curtain liner, complete wiu magnets. Then I bought a package of 'paper" daisies (the kind you ice on small foreign cars). These flowers are and come in assorted sizes and colors. I peeled the backing off and jut them all over ;urtain liner. S u r e brightens bathroom and costs so little. Mrs. Suiter I think congratulations are i ' order, but do you absolutel; Â· g u a r a n t e e your method jteom Try Acoustical Decibels are measure for the the units ol intensity Social Calendar Friday, June 5 11:45 a.m. Women's Missionary Society of the Re- with formed Presbyterian Church, luncheon at the church. Mrs. Edwin Keys, hostess. 12 noon. Kersey Home and Garden Club, covered dish luncheon. 1:30 p.m. Merry Matrons Club, regular meeting. 6:15 p.m. Amico Club, dinner, Fellowship Hall of First Congregational United Church (if Christ. Program by The Melodians, an ecomenical music group from Denver. 6:30 p.m. Wcsleyan Service Guild of First United Methodist WSCS, dinner at the church. 8 p.m. Mahi Shrine No. 18, White Shrine of Jerusalem, Masonic Temple. of sound, and decibels run wild in a room when sound strikes flat surfaces and is bounced on to other flat surfaces. A lot of this sound --- up to 70 per cent of it -- can be controlled by installing an a c o u s t i c a l ceiling in the room. These ceilings are made of acoustical tiles or panels of durable wood fiber construction. They're flame-resistant and to keep clean by a damp cloth. wiping If redecorating scheme calls for another color, you can pain them without destroying sounc control properties. Acoustical ceiling tile can be June S, 1970 nstallcd over an old ceiling on urring strips. If you want the ozy look of a lower ceiling, you want to hide ceiling ipes, a suspended ceiling vslem makes ccomplish. this easy to PaÂ»e 17 In cooking, "simmer" means to cook in liquid just below the. boiling point, at temperaturifc: of 185 to 210 degrees F., ate cording to U.S.D.A, h o r n * e c o n o m i s t s . Bubbles forin slowly at these temperatures and break below the surface. SIGN UP NOW FOR SUMMER CLASSES Children's Judo -- 5 yean and up Special Women's Self Defense course Karate for Women Lady Instructor for All Women's Classes Excellent for slimming the tummy and sharpening the wits. CALL NOW: 352-1688 or 352-5481 Vasaki DOJO NEW SUMMER HOURS In the future I will be Open Monday-Friday 9:30-5:00 Saturdays 9:30-12:30 CAMPUS YARN SHOP 353-1572 THURSDAY, June 4 GENERAL TENDENCIES: You have drive and' much energy are able to and complish much today. Show you have good sense of salesmanship and are able to make purchases compatible time. ARIES (Mar. wisely. Be pals during with free 21 to Apr. 19) Be sure that you are articulate and sensible if you are to have arguments with oilier persons. Communicating with those who are usually busy is quite easy today. Be very fair with everyone. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Anything of a financial or practical nature is best attended to early this morning. Get pointers from a successful person just how to improve your own position in life. Be happy with mate in the evening. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Plan now to improve health and well being appreciably, and make your appearance more attractive, also. Think up ways this that affairs you like. This can a particularly happy evening for you. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. '22) Out early to contact powerful individuals who can be of assistance to you especially in current projects. Do some civic chore in which you are expcriened. Be happy with loved one tonight. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Find the new outlets that you to express yourself better and garner the information you need. You can get the answers now to problems that have been bothering you for some Take time out for evening. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) j Follow your intuition and you know how to solve that matter of delighting evening. Did loved one you mail that has been bothering you for some time. Handle that duty for a n o t h e r efficiently, disappoint mate in the evening. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. Dec. 21) Find out what an irate associate wants you to do and do your utmost to please, while cheek you promised another? MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Personal affairs need your immediate attention, so be sure to give it to them. Stop procrastinating. Be more willing to assist those who come to vou for help now. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Good pals can help you to solve problems now if you ask them, so put pride aside and do just that. Then out to the social Best Loser! coming to a mutual Elsie treadmill at the Club. This machine derstanding. Get the support of he public for some project that means much to you. Be active. CAPRICORN (Dee. 22 to Jan. 20) You have duties ahead you that require landling. Plan to get into new jrojects of value. Co-workers vill listen to your clever ideas. Be wise to the ways of others and get along better. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Only do whatever work is necessary and then get into the recreation that relieves tension. Show mate more affection at this time. Show that you are an aclive and intelligent person. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Instead of going off on some tangent, be sure you figure out how to make your life more comfortable and secure. Buy those little gifts that please kin. Show that you are an affectionate and thoughtful person. Â· Â· Â· IP YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY . . . he or she will bo one .of .those very fascinating j young people who needs to be shown early in life that one project must be finished before; going on to another one, or! energy is wasted without ever getting any benefit. The fields of selling, "writing, public work, are particularly fine here. Give many that have helped Elsid lose three inches off her hips since she joined the Club two 1 months ago. Elsie lost 12Vi as much academic education as; you can. Sports are fine, also "The Stars impel, they do not I compel." What you make of Inches and 9 pounds last mÂ°" th -j yollr ]j fe is l arge l y up to you! ( c ) ,,7^ McNaught Syndicate, Inc.) She works all day at the Gree. ley National Bank and then comes to the Club right from work. Why don't you try what' Want expert adicÂ«, on Cos-; Elsie is doing? It certainly has rustics? Consult Eddit Jones 1 paid off for her. For information, at Gilbert's W E L D O R A D O call 352-6498. --Adv. PHARMACY. Anyway, it s worth a try, Veterinary supplies (Franklin) always on hand at Weldo- rado Roxall Pharmacy. --Adv. 925 16th Street I used to get so frustrated when my necklaces got all tangled up in the tray thai kept them in. One day as I came in from la shopping trip, I draped my necklace on a little hat rack Lucky Whip tiomemakers like you that made that was hanging near the in- thought and imagination, that's fashioned expanding racks). I think your bathroom flower my tangled costume jewelry. Lucky Whip And to think it cost so lifte. grandmother can still lie worth And STEELE'S is the place where you save at every turn! Up and down every aisle -- on every shelf Â·-- you'll see more LOW PRICES on the very foods you like best -- serve most often! Is it any wonder that we honestly say, It's not how much you SPEND--but HOW MUCH YOU SAVE on the total cost of ALL you buy that counts!" TEA BAGS Dear Heloise: For a quick cake, I use one of the artificial buffs who like to take a shower at the camp site, but don't like cake, and then let it cool. CAKE MIX This makes a sweet glaze, butlpublic shower. We use the same rubber mat is not as rich as regular icing. in the bottom of the shower that we also use at the entrance of our camper trailer. White - Yellow - Fudge German Chocolate PILLSBURY FROSTING MIXES Vanilla, Chocolate, Double Dutch Copyright, 1970, King Features Syndicate, Inc. sticks real well too. SIGMAN ROLL SAUSAGE Mrs. Saforia Our home is new, and all my Ts Guest or Del Monte PEAS scratches appear quite often. So REGULAR OR aid scratch-remover filled an empty shoe polish and some linseed oil, and threw Mothers EASY SUMMER MEALS U.S.D.A. CHOICE in a few BBs for stirring. Now, whenever I see a scratch, I just Room May 27. Hostesses were Florence Domly, daub my stain over it and wipe CUBE STEAKS Mildred Bauer, Mabel and Maxine Hays. Jumbo Bologna. Ib. Following the luncheon, an auction sale was held, with )roceeds to be used for the jroup's philanthropic projects Further details will Letter of Laughter After years of trying to get our teenage daughters KRAFT JET PUFFED MARSHMALLOWS ime to help with state board meeting, with the Greeley club started hanging everything Skyland Pie Filling Cherry i Apple A regular business meeting at Dack in the closet after it was washed and dryed. RLUE BONNET MARGARINE said, "If you want to wear it -- iron it! and Helen Brotherton. 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