Cranberry pudding wins first place.

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Cranberry pudding wins first place. - nter Womatt Wins first Prize In New Recipe hree...
nter Womatt Wins first Prize In New Recipe hree Awards Will Be Made This Week For B«st Salad Suggestions; Suggestions; Originality Counted By f Judges. M--S. Clarence R. McMillan, Carpenter, is the first prize of ?1 in trade at a ._ron grocery in the Huronite recipe ntest which opened last week. Her ·ascnable recipe for cranberry pudding !S considered as appropriate for a ·iiianksgiving dessert, in the opinion of fthe judges, Miss Catherine McKay and JMiss Jessie Kaiser, home economics 'teachers at Huron high school. i Second place, fifty cents in trade at a ·'Huron grocery, was given Mrs. E. A . Smith, 441 Illinois avenue, Huron, foi jher recipe for pineapple dessert; and H third prize, fifty cents in trade, went to i' : JAdeir E. Wooden, Huron rural, for ~ f-|»ecir/e on pineapple whip. f \ These trade slips are honored at Huron ;x Ikroceries whose ads have appeared in the "'"'Buronite between Thursday of the past ··reek and Thursday of this week. | The Winning Recipe ft Cranberry Pudding: 1 cup sugar, one; one; 'slfcird cup butter, 1 egg, ZVt cups sifted | ''T|kur, 3V4 teaspoons baking powder, one- lalf teaspoon salt, one cup milk, 1 cup few cranberries or more. Cream butter ·id sugar, add well beaten egg, mix and tft dry ingredients, saving out 2 tea- poons flour for cranberries. Add dry in- ^edients to first mixture alternately wit! he milk. Roll cranberries in Hour anc last. Turn into a buttered mold anc jeam for two hours. After puddnig has ^teamed it may be placed in an oven i brown. ,~ Sauce for Pudding: 1 cup sugar. %iblespoons corn starch, 1-3 teaspoon salt '' boiling water. 2 cups cranberries i p - w a t e r , 2 to 4 tablespoons butter x sugar, corn starch and salt. Add the rSlcups boiling water, stir until tliickene find cook for 10 minutes in double boiler "»Ieanwhile cook cranberries with 1 cup [·water until soft. Press them through i *ne seive and add this pulp to corn !*torc-h mixture. Add the butter and serv over the hot cranberry pudding. f vital statistics Dr. Trent Stout, ounty health officer, recalled what he said was an actual happennig in few years ago. A young woman had inherited the state ol her father but before she eived the money and property she to be of age, Dr. Stout said. She claimed that she was of age but the rator said she was not There was iroof because her birth record had been filed. Finally a neighbor farmer said that he remembered when the was born. .She was born on the day that a certain Hereford calf was jorn. The question was settled when was discovered the calf's birth was recorded. Reporting of births is necessary to establish citizenship, he said, and urgec doctors to take their duty of reporting vital statistics more seriously. Reporting Reporting of deaths is equally important, Pierre public health officer said. Although they decided to hold a session during the annual convention of the State Medical society next spring, public health officers were in favor o holding their annual meeting at a differ ent time. It was left to President sey to set the date and choose the of the next meeting. Afghanistan, Austria, Czecho-Slovakia Denmark, Germany, Estonia, Finland Great Britain, Greece, Hungary, Italy Latvia, Poland, Sweden, Turkey, France Lithuania, Norway, Persia, Japan, and China recognize the government soviet Russia.

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  1. The Daily Plainsman,
  2. 20 Nov 1930, Thu,
  3. Page 7

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