1959 Dotterer reunion LHEx
Today's Menu By CECILY BROWNSTONE RAINY NIGHT SUPPER Cream of Tomato Soup Romaine, Anchovy and Swiss Cheese Salad French Bread Pecan-Raisin Pie Beverage PECAN-RAISIN PIE Ingredients: 2 cups milk, !/ 2 teaspoon salt, '-i cup quick-cooking quick-cooking rice cereal, 2 tablespoons soft butter, 2 eggs (separated), '/ 2 cup sugar, l cup (5 ounces) shelled shelled pecans (coarsely chopped), J / 2 cup seedless raisins (rinsed in CU P seeess raisins (rinsed in hot water and (drained), 9-inch Reunions 51 SLT S S* r] Kesshigers Meet Tlie first reunion of the descendants descendants of Franklin and Anna Frances Kessinger of Eagleville Station will be held on Labor Day, Sept. 7, at the Tom Kessinger farm below Beech Creek. A basket picnic and games have been planned. planned. Doltercrs Met The annual Dotterer reunion was held Aug. 1 at the Lamar recreation park. Those present from this ar;a were: Mrs. Florence Dotterer,j Lamar; Mr. and .Mrs. Elmer Dotterer Dotterer and Nancy, Leslie and Diane, Diane, Mill Hall; Earl Dotterer, unbaked pastry shell, p e c a n i Lawrence Dotterer and daugh- 'ters, Betty Jean and Linda; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dotterer and children, Charles, Ralph, Jr., and Dotty, and Mrs. Dotterer's niece, Helen Ramberger; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dotterer and family, Kathy, David and Jimmy, all of Hall R. D. 1. William McClin- and Suzanne, for garnish. Method: Heat milk and salt in lop of double boiler over boiling water. Sprinkle in rice cereal and slighty thickened. Cover and continue cooking for 10 minutes; cool slightly. Mix together the!' cool slightly. Mix together the! " •""•"', ,V,-,,- ,, ,companies butter, egg yolks and «/ 4 cup of! .A 1 " 1 an , d M , rs> William McGlm- the sugar; add pecans and rais-lS™» M c R T ^"f. 311 " 6 ' ins: mix with the cooked rice. ^™' ^L ^ %**""' na t «o 0 «.t,i,»c .,„,!! , ( ;<T „..„,,.. Sus an, Andy and Rebecca,! Beat egg whites until stiff, gradually gradually beating in remaining V* cup sugar; fold into rice mixture. Pour into unbaked shell. Top with pecan halves. Bake in moderate (375 degrees i oven until browned, about 45 minutes. Allow to stand at room temperature until warm, servings. Pie may be reheated in i Lamar; and Mr. and Mrs. Porter, Bobby and Melody, Hublersburg. Nease Vice President STATE COLLEGE — Laurenca G. Mayne, formerly with Food Machinery and Chemical Corp., has been elected vice president in charge of sales for the Nease Chemical Co., Inc.