The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa on December 29, 1973 · Page 6
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The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa · Page 6

Humboldt, Iowa
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Saturday, December 29, 1973
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ttttTftbtttdt Sfttatday, Dae. 26, the end of 6 year is the time for reviewing. This wielt we will feature no one Independent Homemaker but will print recipes that have been featured throughout the year. These recipes have received the most comment of afty printed in 19?3. We have had complimentary calls •fcwut so many atrd unfortunately, there is only room in these columns for a few. Each homemaker we have interviewed has been somewhat special to us. We feel that there are no better homemakers anywhere than those to be found in Humboldt County. Mrs. Robert Berte St. Joe BARBECUED CHICKEN Flour a 3-pound cut up chicken and fry until golden. Then pour Over the following sauce: Va onion, chopped fine 3 tbsp. vinegar Vt tsp. salt 2 tbsp. Worchestershire V> tsp. celery seed sauce Vt tsp. chili powder Vz cup catsup 2 tbsp. brown sugar 1 cup water Sake in 350-378 degree oven for one hour. Baste occasionally. Mrs. Harold Nielson Jr. Lu Verne CARAMEL DELIGHTS Vi Ib. Kraft Caramels (28) Melt in double boiler with: 2 tbsp. cream Place l'/4 cup pecan halves on greased cookie sheet and drop caramel by teaspoonsful on top of pecans. Melt V* cup semi-sweet chocolate, pieces. Spread on caramels when set. Mrs. Sherman Burns Humboldt POPPY SEED CAKE % cup shortening i/ 4 ts p, salt 2 cups sugar lv , cups mllk 1 oz. poppy seed i tsp . vanilla 3 cups flour 4 egg whites, beaten 1 tsp. baking powder filling Cream shortening; beat in sugar and poppy seed. Add dry ingredients alternately with milk and vanilla to creamed mixture; fold in egg whites. Place in'baking pan. Bake at 350 degrees for 30 to 35 minutes. Spread filling between coated layers; top with fluffy white frosting. Filling 1 tbsp. cornstarch 4 egg yolks, beaten IVi cups milk Vz cup chopped walnuts j/4 cup sugar i tsp. vanilla Dissolve cornstarch in a little milk until thickened; add remaining milk, sugar, egg yolks and walnuts. Cook in double boiler until thick. Remove from heat; add vanilla. Cool before frosting cake. Mrs. Dan Fish Rutland CUCUMBERS IN SOUR CREAM 4 cucumbers j bo|H water 2 mediumi onions % cup sour cream 2 tbsp. cider vinegar % tsp . dill seed J'A tap. salt. Vz tsp. pepper 1 tsp. sugar r r rv Peel and slice cucumbers and onions very thin. Pour the boiling water over them. Drain immediately, and cover with ice water. Leave set 15 minutes, drain again and towel dry. Mix the other ingredients together and toss lightly with cucumbers and onions. Chill for 30 minutes. Mrs. Morris Fuller Bradgate CHEESE BALL 8 oz. pkg. cream cheese 1 tbsp. finely chopped 1 • 4 oz. pkg. sharp cheese green pepper 1 tbsp. pimento 2 tsp. worchestershire sauce Shape into ball; roll in chopped parsley and chopped pecans and serve with assorted crackers. Makes one ball. Mrs. Lurman DeWinter Thor CHOCOLATE CHIP MERINGUE BARS 1 cup shortening i/z cup sugar Vz cup brown sugar i t bsp. water 2 e SS s Vz tsp. salt 1 tsp. soda 2 cups flour Cream shortening and sugar, blending in remaining ingredients. Pour into 9 x 13 pan and spread with topping. Topping 1 - 6 oz. pkg. chocolate 2 egg whites cm 'P s Vz cup nuts 1 cup brown sugar Sprinkle chips on dough mixture. Beat egg whites until stiff; add brown sugar and beat well. Spread over chocolate chips and sprinkle with nuts. Bake at 375 degrees for 25 minutes. Mrs. Bill Garrison Dakota City FILLED DANISH COFFEE CAKE 1 cup milk 3 eggs, beaten Vz cup butter 4>/z cups flour Vz cup sugar y 4 cup sugar 1 tsp. salt 2 tsp. cinnamon 1 pkg. dry yeast 3 tbsp. sour cream Scald milk. Add butter, Vz cup sugar and salt, stirring until warm. Add yeast, stirring until dissolved. Add eggs, and flour. Mix until smooth. Knead, put in greased bowl let raise until double. Divide dough in half and pat into two oblong shapes. Mix sugar, cinnamon and sour cream. Spread over dough. Roll up and pinch edges together. Make slits in dough. Coat with melted butter and let raise until double. Bake 25 minutes at 375 degrees. Before pastry has cooled mix one cup powdered sugar and two tablespoons lemon juice into a paste and ice the cake. Sprinkle with ground nut meats. Mrs. Sherm Siibaugh Humboldt SHERBET PUNCH Vz gallon sherbet (any 3 quarts 7-Up flavor) Put sherbet in punch bowl. Pour 7-Up over the sherbet and mix slightly. Mrs. Virgil Williams Livermore HOT HAM AND CHEESE SANDWICHES (This mixture is enough for 12 buns.) Melt Vz cup butter. To this add V 4 cup horseradish mustard, Vz tsp. Accent, and 1 tsp. poppy seed. Stir the mixture occasionally while buttering buns on both sides. After you butter the buns place one slice of ham and one slice of Swiss cheese on the bun. Wrap the sandwich in aluminum foil and preheat oven to 350 degrees. Bake sandwich for 15-20 minutes. Mrs. Norman H. Peterson Humboldt MARASCHINO CHERRY DROPS Mix: Vs cup white syrup softened Vs cup margarine, 1 pound powdered sugar Wrap mixture around drained maraschino cherries and chill thoroughly. Melt 9 ounces of Semi-sweet chocolate with 3Vz tbsp. parafin. Dip the first mixture 1 tbsp. finely chopped onion into this. Keep chocolate ovet feat watef while dl takes tw« jffira e? rt*rTrt«nifi6 chewies and makes 80 piem State in ifafflgeratsf of «*sl place. CHICKEN CACCA1ATORE 1-3 ib. «hicke« i tap. salt 2-8 6$. dans df tdfflatd ii tt i e ofegano sauce l onion, chopped pinch of garlic powder 'A tap. pepper 1 of 2 bayleaves Cut up chicken, brown in hot oil, remove from skillet. • Add onion, cook until golden brown. Drain-fat. Add remaining ingredients. Add chicken, cover and simmer 46 minutes. Uncover and cook, turning chicken occasionally. Cook until tender, about 20 minutes. Skim off excess fat and remove bayleaves before serving. Mr*. Bitter Erlckson Humboldt HOMEMADE BISQUICK 9 cups all purpose flour g'/t tsp. cream of tartar 4 tsp. salt 2 cups shortening V] cup baking powder Sift flour, baking powder, cream of tarter and salt together several times in large mixing bowl. Cut in shortening until mix is consistency of corn meal. Store in tightly covered container at room temperature. This is a splendid mix and keeps about six weeks without refrigeration. Mrs. Tom Rundle Dakota City APPLESAUCE LOAF CAKE Vi cup shortening ] /i tsp. soda 1 cup sugar Vz tsp. cinnamon 2 eggs >/z tsp. nutmeg ! 3 /4 cups flour 1 cup sweetened 1 tsp. salt applesauce 1 tsp. baking powder Vz cup walnuts Bake at 350 degrees about one hour. Top with sugar glaze: Glue '/» cup sifted powdered 1 tbsp. water sugar Mrs. Spud Colwell Humboldt APPLE CREAM PIE 2 cups thinly sliced apples 1/2 tsp. vanilla 2 tbsp. flour I A tsp> salt % cup sugar 1 cup sour cream 1 beaten egg '/a cup sugar 'A cup flour Topping i t sp. cinnamon 1/4 CU p butter Mix and beat until smooth, the flour, sugar, beaten egg, vanilla, salt and sour cream. Fold in apples. Pour into unbaked pastry-lined pie tin. Bake until apples are soft at 375 degrees. Remove from oven and cover with topping. Return pie to oven and bake until light brown. Mrs. G. Robert Bristol Humboldt CINNAMON SYRUP Combine: 1 cup white sugar 1 tbsp. flour 1 tsp. cinnamon Add: '/a cup butter 1 cup boiling water Bring to a boil for a few minutes. Very good either on cakes, waffles or trench toast. Mrs. Edward Hill Humboldt BROCCOLI AND CAULIFLOWER CASSEROLE 1 pkg. frozen broccoli 4 oz . Cheese Whiz 1 pkg. frozen cauliflower i can f ren ch fried onion '/2 can cream of chicken rings soup Vz can cream of celery soup Cook broccoli and cauliflower according to package directions. Drain and place in a IV: quart casserole dish. Mix soups together and spread over vegetables. Sppon on cheese whiz. Cover and bake at 350 degrees for 20 minutes. Last five minutes top with the onion rings. Mrs. Edward Bleeker Renwick HAM DIP To an 8 oz. pkg. cream cheese gradually add: Vz cup mayonnaise Vz tsp. onion juice 1 (2'/4 oz.) can deviled 'A tsp. Worchestershire ham salt and pepper to taste 2 tbsp. chopped pimento or stuffed olives Mix until well blended. Mrs. Larry Reising Humboldt SURPRISE CAKE Into a 9 x 13 pan put one large can pineapple tidbits, including the liquid. 1 can cherry pie mix 1 box (18Vz oz.) white cake mix (dry) Over the mixture, cut one stick of margarine. Bake for one hour at 350 degrees. Cut into squares and serve with ice cream or whipped topping. Mrs. Gaylen Larsen Bradgate ALMOND PUFF Vz cup butter or oleo 2 tbsp. water 1 cup flour Heat oven to 350 degrees. Cut butter into flour. Sprinkle 2 tbsp. water over mixture. Mix with fork. Round into ball. Divide in half. On ungreased baking sheet, pat each half into strip 12 inches by 3 inches about 3 inches apart. Vz cup butter or oleo 1 cup flour 1 cup water 3 eggs 1 tsp. almond extract powdered sugar glaze Almonds - sliced or slivered In medium pan heat butter and water to rolling boil. Remove from heat and quickly stir in almond extract and flour. Stir vigorously over low heat until mix forms a ball, about one minute. Remove from heat. Beat in eggs all at one time, until smooth. Divide in half. Spread each half evenly over strips covering completely. Bake about 60 minutes or until topping is crisp and brown. Cool. Frost with glaze and sprinkle almonds on top. Powdered Sugar Glaze Mix l'/z cups powdered sugar, 2 tbsp. butter, softened, 1 to IVz tsp. almond extract and 1 to 2 tbsp. warm water until smooth. Mrs. Clarence Anderson Thor FROSTED CREAMS Vz cup molasses IVz cups flour Vz cup shortening Vz cup hot water 2 level tsp. soda 3 eggs 1 tsp. cinnamon >/ z tsp. ginger Mix in order. Spread thin in large pan. Bake 30 minutes in moderate oven. Frost with powder sugar frosting when cold and cut in squares. •: ZSZ. |6 (Johartnaj Day was taken, to tfttjrtbdldt County ',Mtnfofial Hospital , Saturday^ Jitehihg, Oe"C. 22\ after bettifefig suddenly ill at her Aldaridri to f peak to Women's Club Humboldt Women's Club members., again have the opportunity to become more informed about local industries at their meeting Jan, 2. Last November Dale ttei- der spoke pfl the "Light of Design. 1 ' F6r the January meeting D. 1 J. AlderSOn of Humboldt will present a program entitled "Industrial Lights" featuring a new local industry, Cfest-Pak Incorporated. Residents of the Community are urged to come and learn all about it and try some of "'the company's samples. The meeting will begin at 8 p.m. in Humboldt Trust Community Room. Named city clerk in Washington Rachel Lewis Nickelson, • former Rutland resident, has been appointed city clerk of Newport, Wash., a town of 2,000 on the-Idaho-Washington border. The Nickelsons have lived in Idaho and Washington for eight years and Mrs. Nickelson formerly worked as legal secretary to a district attorney in Washington. Nickelson is music director for the Newport schools. They have two elementary-school age children. 1 1 8 I Hospital Auxiliary Pink Ladies p.m.-Beverly Wagner Friday, Jan. 4 a.m.-Ethel Baessler p.m.-Cora Laursen Saturday, Dec. 29 a.m.-Del Sandvig p.m.-Beth Blomker Monday,'Dec. 31 Tuesday, Jan. 1 Closed for holiday Wednesday, Jan. 2 a.m.-Hazel Harlan p.m.-Mrs. George Lee Thursday, Jan. 3 a.m.-Mary Foley Decorating Problem? We'll help you coordinate furniture styles, colors r n d fabrics at no cha ge. Martin & Miller Inc. Home Interiors grant to student fromOllmore Ltwelf City, has been awarded the K, Thoffiffsoh'Me'morial ScW .flrship to lo#a. Cent'ral Cdmniuhify College. This scholarship is awarded annually, by the M. K. Thompson Oil Company, Fort Dodgfe, to a second semester Service Station Mechanic student. It covers the full socoi.d semester tuition for the program., Need items for crafts at centers Director of activities at Humboldt Care Centers, Mrs. Jack Damon is asking for volunteers to donate craft items and items for a kitchen rhythm band to both North and South Care Centers. All community groups are invited to help in the project. These craft items need not be new. Odds and ends or anything that can be used for craft projects, such as bottles, cans, or remnants, are needed. ;_. To donate such materials contact Mrs. Damon at 332-4642 after 4 p.m. HwnboWf (an Cwten North and South faeilitlii nunirig earl lot thl and r»fir»m«ni Social Calendar WEDNESDAY, JAN. 2 Federated Women's Club, 8 p.m. THURSDAY, JAN.3 Baptist WMS general meeting, 2 p.m., Oak Hill Baptist Church. Congregational Women's Fellowship general meeting. OxBow Chapter, 7:30 p.m., First National Social Center. Methodist UMW general meeting. Our Saviour's ALCW general meeting, church. FRIDAY, JAN. 4 Rebekah Lodge, 8 p.m., Legion Building. Humboldt Hobbycraft Club, 1:30 p.m., Humboldt Trust Community Room. HUMBOLDfCOUNTY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL Dec, 28, 9 a.fif.' Still Hospitalized! Hattie Larson, Humboldt Mildred Ellifritz, Lu Verne F*na Hinz, Lu Verne Glorene Foley, Humboldt Ella Howell, Humboldt Jill Daman, Humboldt ' Tammy Jolliffe, Bradgate Tilda Nelson, Humboldt Bernadine Taylor, Liver* more George Topliff, Gilmore City Nash Mondragon, Gilmore City Russell Salmon, Rutland Lee Toyne, Humboldt Henry Studer, Lu Verne Robert Bybee, Humboldt Grant Willett, Dakota City John Jensen, Humboldt Harry Cronk, Humboldt Howard Hellickson, Ottosen Matthew Prior, Dakota .City Elaine Hefty, Lu Verne Lela Swartzendruber, Thor Agnes Bowen, Gilmore City Pearl Maach, Humboldt lone Williams, Humboldt Gilma Larson,-Bode Clara Ruse, Humboldt Julie Berte, Livermore Tammy Prime, Rutland Jeffery Clark, Humboldt Dawn Abbas, Humboldt Discharges: Dec. 24 Tedmar Brodale, Bode Pam Gronbach, Livermore Kurt Thoden, Humboldt Dec. 26 Anna Brock, Gilmore City Abner Rhodes, Humboldt Ed Lenz, Lu Verne Dec. 27 Jennifer Wilcox, Humboldt Johanna Day, Humboldt Hope Kracht, Waterloo Harold O'Brien, Humboldt Daisy Strachan, Humboldt TRINITY REGIONAL HOSPITAL WEST Fort Dodge Lyle Stowe, Thor . • Mrs. Mabel OJson, Humboldt Mrs. Lucy Liska, Hardy Martin Anderson, TJIidFi ,^... Paul D. Dyvig, Humboldt 1 Mrs. Margaret VanHouten, Humboldt Julie A. Johnson, Bode ch'ddi£.n of cM,i. and <sM n. !Z^a/£ JlemfjEi wdi be. holding an open nouie in fionoi of fiaiznt i 25tn anniuE.iia.ry, <~>unaay, 2^£C. 3O, fiom 2:OO fl.m. to 5:OO fi.m. at the. !Badgei Jlu.ths.ian Chaicn C7T/Z fiiznai and iziatiuei aie. invited to attend. XftttM--mM^^ A Great Big Appreciative Thank You As 1973 comes to a close, we pause to give thanks to each and everyone of you — our customers and friends. Your patronage and support has given the Humboldt business community the encouragement to grow and improve. Our Sincere Thanks The Chamber of Commerce Offices in the Legion Building • Humboldt 332-1491 To be March bride Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Kissinger, Livermore, announce the engagement and approAchmg marriage of their daughter, Cheryl, to Merlin Graaf, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Graaf, Livermore, Miss Kissinger is a graduate of American Institute of Business, Des Moines, and is employed as a secretary for Reese and Co., CPA, Des Moines. Graaf is a graduate of NW Vocational School, Sheldon, and is a veteran of Vietnam. He is tmplayed with Humboldt County REC. A March 30 wedding is planned. TRINITY REGIONAL HOSPITAL EAST Fort Dodge Margaret Devine, Livermore Mrs. Nelsine Jensen, Humboldt OTHER HOSPITALS Eugene Wallace, Bradgate, Younkers Rehabilitation Center, Des Moines. John VanDeWalle, Humboldt, Veterans Hospital, Des Moines. . ForHimboldt Core Dairy Queen ,'LeT'S AU. GO TO DAIRY QUEEN" Dairy Queen Brazier Open: Mon., Tues., Wed., Thurs., 11 a.m.-10 p.m. Fri., Sat., Sun. 11 a.m. , 10:30- :tfm. Jet. North Humboldt. let us dress you Wright. • 0 In Wrights Slacks The newest styles in plaids, checks and solids with cuffsl Jennings ^••^ Clothiers Humboldt

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