Clipped From Idaho State Journal
MY FAVORITE RECIPE Read Kiddies Like Grandma's Cookies Favorite cookie of the seven children'of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Read, 4M Wyldwood, it the same one their father liked when he was a youth. It's an oatmeal cookie which Mrs. Read learned to make from her hufbÂ«nd'Â« mother, the late Mrs. Marlha Read. A double recipe usually lasts the Read family about two days. Read, incidentally, Is president of the Parent Teachers Assn. Â«t Tendoy School, and his wile serves as his "social secretary" In his duties. Besides filling this position, Read works days at the post office and nights it the Bannock Hotel desk. Mrs. Read has been Â« member of Jay-C-ettÂ«s and Toaslmistress Club but most of her time now is taken with her family. The Reads' seven children are Eric 16, Kristen, 11, Susan 8, Sandra 7, Steven 5, Jeffrey 3, and Luana 3. Here is the way Mrs. Ttead makes "Oatmeal Cookies"; Ingredients 3 / t cup shortening 1 cup sugar 3 eggs 2 cups flour '/i teaspoon salt . 1 teaspoon soda cinnamon and nutmeg to taste % cup milk 2 cups oatmeal l'/j cups raisins Method 1. Cream shortening and sugar. Add, eggs and beat well. 2. Sift flour, salt, soda and spices. Add alternately with milk. Stir in oatmeal and raisins, 3. Drop by teaspoon on greased cookie sheet. Bake at 350 to 375 degrees about ten minutes. Makes approximately-three dozen cookies. MRS. HAROLD READ Cabrini Club AdoptsTwo Cabrini Club decided to adopt a boy and girl at St. Joseph's Orphan Home at Culdesac as a project during a meeting Wednes day at St. Anthony Parish Hall. The club will provide clothing the two orphans and will them on their birthdays and mas. ' Mrs. James Grayson reported the deanery luncheon, Plans were discussed for the bazaar and a Christmas party set for the nex 1 meeting. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Grayson. Mrs. Wally Kelly Mrs. Norma Berry and Mrs. Colaianni.