. fr, i§?4 itwti»*mi««i*il»»»«**« •»**»«** MM«t»»»»«i»t*ii 11* MI Mrs. Luke [Dorothy] Erpelding, Rutland The Independent Homemaker for this week is Mrs. Luke Erpelding of rural Rutland. She is the former Dorothy Hunt, who was reared at Auburn, Iowa. The Erpeldings recently moved from Humboldt to an acreage north of Rutland where they have 15 acres. Luke and Dorothy are parents of two daughters. Kelly, 6, attends first grade at Taft Elementary, and Jodi, 2, keeps things lively at home. Luke and Dorothy keep three horses on the place and he has a pig farrowing operation. He feeds pigs to 40 pounds and then sells them as feeders. Dorothy takes care of the bookkeeping end of the operation. Luke is a lineman for IPS, a job he's held for over seven years. They are members of Zion Lutheran Church and also belong to a couples' 500 card club. The Erpeldings like sports and are avid snbwmobilers and cyclists. Dorothy is also a bowling enthusiast. Dorothy's summer hobby is the couple's horses but she also likes working with her garden, in fact she has two gardens and spends much of her spring and summer time canning and freezing. She offers a nice variety of recipes. There is one especially for mothers with young children ... a homemade modeling compound that will keep indefinitely if kept in a plastic bag or covered container. CHERRY CAKE DESSERT 1 cup sugar 1/2 cup milk 2 tbsp. margarine % cup pie cherries, ler drained cup nuts, chopped 1 egg 1 cup flour 1 tsp. baking powd Cream together sugar and margarine. Beat in eggs. Add flour and baking powder alternately with milk. Stir in cherries and nuts. Pour into buttered 8"x8" pan and bake in 350 degree oven 25-30 minutes. Cut in squares , and serve with Cherry Sauce, whipped cream or ice cream. Cherry Sauce Mix '/2 cup sugar and 1 tbsp. flour in sauce pan. Add cherry juice drained from pie cherries above and enough water to make 1 cup. Cook over low heat, stirring until thick. Remove from heat and blend in 1 tbsp. butter. 5 HOUR STEW l'/2 pounds stew meat i pint tomatoes 6 med. carrots, cut-up i tbsp. sugar 1 onion, diced 2 tbsp. tapioca 1 cup celery, diced sa lt and pepper to taste 2 cups potatoes, bite size Brown meat, add other ingredients and mix together well. Pour into casserole and place covered casserole in 250 degree oven, baking for five hours. HAMBURGER CASSEROLE !'/» pounds ground beef 2 cans cream of celery 1 small onion SOU p 1 -10 o/.. box frozen peas i . 16 07.. box Tater Tots 8 slices velveeta cheese Place above ingredients in 13x9 eake pan in layers in order as listed. Bake in 350 degree oven for 1 to l'/i hours. FUDGE NUT BARS 2 sticks margarine 2'/» cups flour 2 cups brown sugar 1 tsp. baking soda 2 eggs 1 tsp, S! ,i t 2 tsp. vanilla 3 cups quick oatmeal Mix and spread 'A of batter onto 15Vz"xlO'/z" cookie sheet. Then melt: 1 - 6 oz. pkg. chocolate 1 can Eagle Brand chips condensed milk 1 - 6 oz. pkg. butterscotch chips Spread melted mixture over oatmeal mixture. Dot remaining Va oatmeal mixture over chocolate filling and bake in 350 degree oven for 25 minutes. CARROTCAKE 2 cups sugar 1 tsp . sa | t I'/z cups oil 2 tsp. cinnamon ; 4 eggs 3 cups grated carrots i 2 cups flour 1/2 cup nuts ; 2 tsp. soda | Blend all ingredients together well. Place into 13x9 i cake pan which has been greased and floured and bake 45 I minutes in 350 degree oven. I Frosting ; 1 -3 oz. pkg. cream cheese ; '/2 stick margarine '. >owdered sugar '• Blend all ingredients adding enough powdered sugar J to make frosting fluffy spreading consistency. '. HOMEMADE MODELING DOUGH I i'/2 cups flour '. /t cup salt • tbsp. alum ; Combine above. Stir in 2 cups boiling water, to which I ne bottle cap of food coloring has been added. Then add 3 • )sp. corn oil. Mix well. Let cool. Place in covered j ontainer for child's use. ; CARAMEL CORN cups brown sugar >A tsp . cream of tartar j sticks margarine 1/2 tsp. salt : cup white syrup '. Mix above ingredients together and bring to boil fur 3 • nutes, stirring constantly. Remove from heat and stir • 1 tsp. soda, mixing well. Pour mixture over 8 to 9 • arts of popcorn. Stir until popcorn is coated. Then place J in oven (200 degrees) for IVz hours, stirring every 15 '• minutes and upon taking from oven. j To be May bride Miss Betty Hatcher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hatcher, Humboldt, is engaged to Tom Zentner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Zentner, Lu Verne. The bride-elect Is a graduate of Iowa Central Community College, Fort Dodge, and is employed at Humboldt County Memorial Hospital. Her fiance 2s employed with Conn's Land and Cattle Company, Algona. A May wedding is being planned. Auxiliary to sponsor blood pressure clinic Humboldt Hospital Auxiliary will hold a blood pressure clinic in Legion Building, downtown Humboldt, Friday, Feb. 22, from 2 to 8 p.m. Free to the public, the clinic has been endorsed by doctors of the area and will be manned by volunteer nurses, medical personnel and auxiliary members. Each person will have the opportunity to have their blood pressure taken, then have a card filled out indicating what it was and the card will be forwarded to their family doctor. Those taking advantage of this service will have a chance to see how blood pressure is taken and receive an explanation on why the numbers are so important. A television campaign is currently stressing, "KNOW your blood pressure - the number that may save your life." February is also heart month and it is in conjunction with these campaigns that the hospital auxiliary is offering this service to residents in the area. Young and old alike are encouraged to take part in this clinic. There is no charge for the service and it takes just a few minute's time. Hiram Shouse, Humboldt County Memorial Hospital administrator, states that volunteers from the hospital staff will be available during clinic hours to answer questions and take blood pressure counts. Li/o Larson, Charles Thompson speak vows Mrs. Lila Larson and Charles P. Thompson were united in marriage at 1 p.m. Friday, Feb. 1, in St. Paul's Lutheran Church at Renwick. Mrs. Minnie Proctor, mother of the bride, and Alvin Nielsen, friend of the bridegroom, were attendants. Pastor Robert Pindell per- Hobbycrofters to continue quilling project Sylvia Hagge and Johanna Day hosted Humboldt Hob- bycraft Club Friday afternoon, Feb. 1, in Humboldt Trust Community Room. The project was quilling. Pauline Jones, Goldfield, and Hazel Birnbaumer, rural Humboldt, were guests. Mrs. Jones became a new member. There were 28 present at the meeting and lunch was served. The next meeting will be Feb. 15 at 1:30 p.m. in the same place. Quilling will be continued as the project at this meeting. Ann Ries, Clare, and Marie Baumchen, Humboldt.'will be hostesses. formed the double ring ceremony. The bride wore a floor length gown of white lace trimmed with seed pearls. A dinner was held for the wedding party following the ceremony. Miss Oberhelman accepts post in Kflnsos City, Kan. Miss Sally Oberhelman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Duro Oberhelman, Gilmore _City, completed internship in medical technology at St. Margaret's Providence Medical Center, Kansas City, Kan., Jan. 24. Upon completing her internship, she will receive her degree from Iowa State University, Ames. She has accepted a position with the medical center and will make her home there. Miss Oberhelman is a 1969 graduate of Gilmore City- Rradgate High School. WHO HAS HEARD FROM THE GOOD TOOTH FAIRY? What is the going Tale" these days for the 'good tooth fairy' to leave under tin- pillow for a baby tooth? Nobody seems to have a definite answer to this question. We have> heard as high as a dollar for a first tooth and down to as low as a nickel for a third or fourth. While we are not sure of the worth of that old tooth we do know that the new permanent tooth is really priceless and should be treated accordingly. It has to last an ever- increasing lifetime. We carry many products that your dentist recommends for good dental care. VOL OR VOL'R DOCTOR CAN PHONE IS when you need a delivery. We will deliver promptly without extra charge. A ureat many people rely on us for their health needs. We welcome requests for delivery service and charge accounts. PHARMACY , PHARMACV DOWNTOWN ^332-12-46 DOCTORSPARK DRIVE-UP ' \ 332-3421 by Humio/rff Cff/t Centers HUMBOLDfCOUNTY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL Feb. 8,9a.m. Anrta Hies, Clare Margaret Warden, Humboldt William Schumacher, Humboldt Maureeii Myers, Livermore Petfea Nyby, Humboldt Kevin Sturdier, Humboldt Melvin Bell, Humboldt Gladys Stonebrook, Humboldt Merlin Giddings, Humboldt Henry Studer, Lu Verne Merle Heldt, Humboldt Mina Larson, Humboldt Gladys Nelson, Rutland Magdeline Pierce, Humboldt Amy Manship, Humboldt ,Burley Kemp, Manson Harold Abbas, Dakota City Darrell Johnson, Humboldt Madge Gardner, Diagonal Carrie Hoffert, Gilmore City Mary Johnson, Humboldt Ruth Lieuwen, Humboldt Yvonne Wurch, Gilmore City Ronald Dow, Humboldt Chad Miller, Gilmore City Carol Kuhn, Humboldt Discharged: Feb. 6 Thomas Nelson, Bradgate John Gabrlelson, Humboldt Lisa Post, Rolfe John Kleih, Humboldt Feb. 7 Hale Halverson, Humboldt Erwin Schulze, Humboldt Deann Hansen, Dakota City Charlotte Wilcox, Humboldt TRINITY REGIONAL HOSPITAL WEST Fort Dodge Lenhard Holden, Ottosen Isabelle Tierney, Humboldt Marie Kirchhof, Humboldt Mrs. Wayne Olson, Bode Mrs. Ella Howell, Humboldt Omar Manship, Humbojdt Richard Pedersen, Humboldt Mrs. Judith Hill, Humboldt Osmund Stensland, Thor .,.NT~f.~ ' J . > , , ,1 .^' ' •*& •• » Iowa's for thl Mildred Henry OOP Women to hear Miss Henry Miss Mildred Henry, Junior High Science instructor, will be the featured speaker at Humboldt County Republican Women's Club Wednesday, Feb. 12, 7:30 p.m., in First National Social Center. Miss Henry recently completed a nine-day tour of schools in the Union of Soviet Socialist Republic (USSR). Objective of the tour includes gaining insight into school systems of the socialists form of government in Russia, studying socialism and a continuance of a comparative education course that is presently being taught at Kent State. Miss Henry will speak and show slides of her experiences. All interested persons are invited to attend. TRINITY REGIONAL HOSPITAL EAST Fort Dodge Margaret Devine, Livermore Mrs. Nelsine Jensen, Humboldt Mrs. Harold McBurney, Humboldt OTHER HOSPITALS Eugene Wallace of Bradgate, Younker's Rehabilitation Center in Des Moines. Hans Isacson of Bradgate, Veteran's Hospital in Des Moines. A&otifllidfc fitel tofc Pe&. 4, to NaCI6M! SWlal Gertie?, , ihfe Wsfitess Bameit Olil«ltl«g spoke to thi group. Through the showiftg of slitffe, he spoke of the" 'gold' to be totjftd irt Iowa - not gold &$ thought of Irt a monetdfy se'rwe', but gold as seen in the natural arid cultural feature of tnid-lowa. These features, prairies, buildings, railroads, should be in a lodal, state and .national sense, but niost importantly in the sik-county area of Humboldt, Calhoun, Hamilton, Pocahontas, Webster and Wright. Questions Ohlerking posed were: how has the railroad Mrs. Joseph A. Becker of St. Joe, University Hospitals in Iowa City. Gerald Heiter of Humboldt, Veteran's Hospital in Des Moines. Edwin N. Jensen of Gilmore City, Veteran's Hospital in Des Moines. .._.„ how do individual strMis fit sentetf a thuffitmifl sketcH if together to make the history 016 Olson, eArly-da^ settler of Iowa? An esantple of the \ antf grafidlathef ttf Jennie latte¥ is the Lt»ti,,' with M» „ agalrist the- Indians wftfcn in turtfpTdVdkea 1 the Spirit Lake Massacre and Indian battles into Canada, tie pointed out that Iowa had mot! soldiers in the Uhiofl AfmyJ, pet capita, than any other state. Irt closing he stressed the need for respect of our past, and being proud of our Iowa heritage. Forms were distributed for those wishing to list historic, sites or areas, buildings or other properties, to be included in a book to be published at. a later date. A meeting will be held .at Ramada Inn,' Port Dodge, Thursday, Feb. 14, from 3:30 to 8 p.m. at which tithe the contents of the forms will be discussed and plans made for possible preservation of the places listed. Ohlerking commended the local association for their work on Mill Farm property. Local birthday c/ub to 50th Frlettdty Birthdd^ Tuesday, Feb. '6,'it 1-p.rnv to' Val'sCafe. ' ' A Valehtfftfe $fV was held arid Jbhanna read t#o poems'. Esthi* Lehman furrtisJiiid 'prtaes foi* bingo and a dutch tfeat lunch 1 was served. ; Plans were completed for the next meeting to be held March 5 in Hillcrest Restaurant at noon. The afternoon will be spent celebrating the 50th anniversary of the club. Esthef Lehman will' make' the table decorations and Irene Clark will prepare the program. For Humboldt Care Center Sc: - iw 3 r . nr ("T.'JI \c r Phone 332 2623 Zion ladies to hold guest night A Valentine's Day guest night is being planned by the Ladies' Aid of Zion Lutheran Church Feb. 13. An evening of fellowship is planned, followed by refreshments. Mrs. Shirley Moench, Mrs. Norene Hansen, Mrs. Esther Kirchhoff and Gerry Lenaburg will be hostesses for the event. NEW OFFICE. same good neighbor. Here's our new State Farm office, where we can serve you with best in car, home, life and health insurance. We invite you to cull or drop in anytime. Mel Bailey and Arlee Waring 10-3rd North Phone 332-2210 titu good neighbor, Stan Finn 13 Ifitn INSUDANCI STATE FARM hiiurincf Compinws Homi Offktl Bbommgion. ftnon * WHERE THERE ARE HEARTS, THERE ARE FLOWERS. Hearts and flowers add up to the FTD Love Bundle. A beautiful bouquet of fresh flowers ... a dish garden or a lovely plant. And we can send flowers to your Valentine girls across the street or across the country. Stop in or phone us today. But hurry! Don't be disappointed - send early! Minimum order $7.50 plus tele, charge and tax. Order Roses Early Lang Flowers & Garden Center 708 3rd Ave. So. Humboldt Call 332-1052 YOUR KXTM TOUCH FLORIST Henry Block has 17 reasons why you should come to us for income tax help. Reason 14. We're human, and once in a great while we make a mistake. But if our error means you must pay additional tax, you pay only the tax. We pay any interest or penalty. We stand behind our work. CHWQ THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE 1 - 5th Ave. North 9-5 Mori, through Sat. 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