The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa on March 2, 1974 · Page 8
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The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa · Page 8

Humboldt, Iowa
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Saturday, March 2, 1974
Page 8
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Mrs. Bob [Mary Ellen] Marchant, Humboldt The Independent Homemaker for-this week is Mrs. Bob Marchant of rural Livermore. She is the former Mary Ellen Johnson and is a Humboldt County native. The Marchants live northeast of Humboldt where they farm and Bob works part-time with a seamless gutter operation. They have lived at their present address for the past eight years. The Marchants are parents of four children. Beth, 22, Mrs. Roger Collins, and her husband live at South Sioux City, Neb. They have a 15-month-old son, the Marchant's only grandchild, Joel. Pfc. Rebecca Marchant, 20, is stationed in Kaiserslautern, Germany. It is her gift from Germany that is pictured with Mary Ellen. David, 18, is a senior at Humboldt High School, where his sister, Dorothy, 16, is a tenth grader. Mary Ellen is a full time homemaker but does work for DeKalb during the fall months. The family belongs to United Methodist Church, Humboldt. Mrs. Marchant is also active in WIG, a neighborhood club; Music Boosters, Bridg-a-rama, Farm Bureau Women, County Committee for 4-H, and serves as chairman of Grove Township Community Fund Drive. She and her husband are co-chairman for the Township Red Cross Drive, and both are former 4-H leaders. They also belong to two card clubs, one at Bradgate and one at Badger. What Mary Ellen said started out as a small garden project four years ago so she could purchase a stove and refrigerator, has turned into a small business. They planted a garden of 500 tomato plants four years ago and things went so well that this past year they planted 2,500 tomato plants plus a large variety of other vegetables. And it is now a family project. This summer they would' ike to go to Germany to visit their daughter. TOMATOES To obtain the most vitamins tomatoes are best eaten raw. Slice fresh tomatoes more easily with a serrated knife or a saw-toothed knife. You can slice thinly without squeezing the tomato too mush using this type knife. COFFEE CAKE 1 cup shortening 3 cups flour • .1V» cups sugar 3 tsp. baking powder • 3 eggs Vi tsp. salt 1 cup milk 1 tsp. vanilla Sift dry ingredients together. Cream sugar and shortening. Add eggs. Alternately add the flour, milk and vanilla. Mix together for filling and topping: 1 <cup brown sugar 1 cup chopped nuts 3 tsp. cinnamon Spread Vz of the batter in a 9x16 pan which has been greased and floured. Sprinkle Vz the filling on batter. Pour rest of the batter next and then top with remaining filling. Pour Vz cup melted butter over the top. Bake at 325 degrees for 45 minutes. ORANGE PUNCH 3 cups sugar 3 cups water Boil together for 7 minutes. Let cool. Steep 'A cup tea leaves in 3 cups boiling water and let cool. To the above cooled ingredients add: 1 large can Hi-C orange drink 1 large can pineapple juice 1 cup Realemon " I'/z quarts gingerale PIE CRUST 1 cup lard 3 cups flour Using a fork, mix above ingredients and add the following ingredients after they have been mixed. Vz cup milk 1 egg 2 tbsp. vinegar A THICK CUT-OUT SUGAR COOKIE 1 cup shortening y, ts p. salt Wz cups sugar 1 tsp . soda 3 e KK s 4Vz cups flour 1-2 tsp. vanilla Mix shortening, sugar, eggs and vanilla. Sift the dry ingredients and add. Chill the dough. Use powdered sugar to roll out dough for cut-out cookies. These cookies can be a little thicker so they do take a little longer to bake in a 375 degree oven, about 10 minutes. PECAN PIE j, 6ggS •A tap" /3 tsp> ''j cup butter, molted ' < UP dark tw 1 cup pecan halves Pour into pastry-lined pan. Bake until set and pastry is nicely browned, 375 degrees, about 45 minutes HOT CHICKEN SANDWICH Into 1 cooked chicken, either ground or chopped, cube about Vz pound Velveeta or American cheese. Add 1 tsp. onion salt or chop one small onion finely and 1 cup chopped celery. Moisten with a little chicken broth and mayonnaise and add 2 tbsp. lemon juice. Spread on a hamburger bun, wrap in foil and warm in a 350 degree oven for 20-30 minutes. BUTTERBRICKLE DESSERT 18 soda crackers 18 graham crackers Crush crackers and mix in % cup margarine. Press into 9x13 pan. Combine 2 pkgs. instant vanilla pudding mix with 1 cup milk. Blend in 1 quart of butterbrickle ice cream. Spread over crust. After this has frozen a little, spread 1 small tub of Cool Whip on top and sprinkle with six large crushed Heath bars. Freeze. Remove from freezer a few minutes before serving. BRAUNSCHWEIGER SPREAD FOR CRACKERS 1 Ib. pkg. braunschweiger 3 tbsp. mayonnaise '/4 cup dill pickle juice 3 drops tabasco sauce cup finely chopped onions 1 tsp. Worcestershire V« cup dill pickles, finely sauce chopped 1 small pkg. cream cheese Beat the above ingredients together with mixer. Cover and chill in refrigerator. To be May bride Mr. and Mrs. Howard L. Wilkinson, Roland, announce the engagement of their daughter, Lou Ann, to Daniel L. Anderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie V. Anderson, Humboldt. Miss Wilkinson is a graduate of Roland-Story High School and is presently employed at Reuben H. Donnelley Corp., Neveda. Anderson is a graduate of Humboldt High School, Iowa Central Community College, and Iowa State University where he was a member of Sigma Alpha Epsllon. He is employed by Systec Data Management, Inc., Kansas City, where he is in computer systems. A May 4 wedding is planned. Junior High to host bond festival March 9 Humboldt has been selected as one of the sites for the North Central Iowa Bandmasters Association Junior High Band Festival March 9. Nine bands will be attending the festival at the high school. Each band will perform two or three selections, and receive an oral critique. The festival is open to the public. Both of the Humboldt Junior High Bands will take part in the program. Other bands participating Hospital Notes Sponsored by Humboldt Core Centers North and South Facilities Featuring professional rehabilitative nursing cote for the tonVQlescent and retirement patient. HUMBOLDT COUNTY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL March 1,9a.m. Carolyn Godfrey, Humboldt Verma Wood, Livermore Darlene Claude, Thor Shirley Ludwig, Rutland Myron Barnes, Dakota City James Peterson, Pioneer William Lanning, Bradgate Melvin Bell, Humboldt Marie Torgerson, Humboldt Ella Tinken, Humboldt Lorraine Enger, Bode Nadine Hoekel, Hardy Olga Smith, Humboldt Sandra Prime, Rutland Sarah Hansen, Humboldt Alice Koenig, Rolfe Dorothy Vought, Hardy Harmka Olthoff, Webster City Marllys Sernett, Rolfe Coop Schroder, Humboldt Clarence O'Donnell, Humboldt Donald Aure, Bode Charles Powers, Pioneer Grace Sehuneman, Humboldt Luclla Blumer, Lu Verne Edwin Jensen, Humboldt William Schumacher, Humboldt Mrs. Clarence Ganx.eveld, Bradgate Gan/.eveld twin baby boys, Firadgate Mrs. Lewis Brandt, Humboldt Mrs. Douglas Tyrrell, Hum boldt Tyrrell baby girl, Humboldt Mrs. David Peters, Gilmore are Twin Rivers, Prairie Community, Fort Dodge Elementary, Goldfield, Central Webster, Webster City, Northeast Hamilton and Rockwell City. Baby Boy Brandt, Humboldt TRINITY REGIONAL HOSPITAL WEST Fort Dodge Omar Manship, Humboldt Jack Kelley, Gilmore City Scott Rodriguez, Humboldt Mrs. Marvin Kamp, Humboldt John Garrielson, Humboldt Gary Fort, Gilmore'City Tonya Bandy, Gilmore City Lyle Stowe, Thor TRINITY REGIONAL HOSPITAL EAST Fort Dodge Margaret Devine, Livermore OTHER HOSPITALS Hans Isacson of Bradgate, Veteran's Hospital in Des Moines. Carlisle Halsrud of Ottosen, St. Mary's Hospital in Rochester. Dale Vige of Bode, Iowa Methodist Hospital in Des Moines. For Hvmboldt Core Center Screes* or Inquiries Phone 332-2623 ALCW to meet here March 7 Our Saviour's Lutheran ALCW will hold the March 7 meeting at 1:30 p.m. in the church fellowship hall. Program chairman Charlene Cran and other members of Martha Circle will present a skit about crosses. Members of Miriam Circle will be on the reception committee and Martha Circle will be serving. Locals City Peters baby l, Gilmore City Mrs. Brian Grebner, Pioneer Grebner baby boy, Pioneer James Swunson, Rolfe Discharged: Feb. 27 Lena Geigel, Ren wick Leu Schuster, Humboldt William Mooney, Livermore Emma Gilliland, Humboldt Ardis Dahl, Rutland Feb. 28 Jerod Fevold, Humboldt Margaret Heider, Humboldt Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kannenberg and family, Spirit Lake, came Friday to spend the weekend in the parental Carl Kannunberg home. While here they visited his aunt, Lena Geigel, in Humboldt County Memorial Hospital ami they, along with the Carl Kannenbergs, visited Mrs. Dora Dean in Kanawha Community Home Saturday. Mrs. Dean is the mother of Mrs. Carl Kannenberg. Mrs. Myron Collins, Renwick, was a dinner guest of the Carl Kannenbergs Sunday. She is his sister. READ THE WANT ADS fifty imrte fttC Forest City, announces tittfc&bointment of Charles Hett^f Humboldt, as County ReStfturant Bay Chairman fttf Humboldt Courtly. Coffee fifty, to be held on March 22 and 23, is sponsored by the Iowa Restaurant Association (fftA) in an attempt to assist programs for Iowa's mentally retarded people and to aid the Iowa Association' fdf Retarded Children (IARC). Local restaurants will serve free coffee on these days to customers making a donation to help the mentally retarded. "I've been Working as a' county and district coffee day chairman for about 10 years," said Jante, "And I hope that 1974 coffee day proceeds will top last year's amount so new equipment can be purchased to help meet the needs of the ever increasing number of facilities serving the mentally retarded." "About 80 per cent of the mentally retarded people can develop self-help and job skills. Coffee Day proceeds help support the special training necessary," said Lester Abbott, IARC President. Abbott urges Iowa's coffee drinkers to watch for the retarded children's coffee cup at their local restaurant, and "Have a cup of coffee to fill a cup of hope for the mentally retarded of Iowa." Terrarium program for * garden club Humboldt Garden Club met in Humboldt Trust Community Room Tuesday, Feb. 26, with 19 members in attendance. After a short business meeting, the program on terrariums was presented at Country Florals with Mrs. Wilbur Curraiy^nd Mrs. Vi Himrod demonstrating how various containers could be utilized for arrangements. The March meeting will be held in Humboldt Trust Community Room with Mrs. Anthony Grubel as hostess. The program on companion planting ideas will be given by Mrs. Lawrence Lindhart. Playlet on UMW program for March 7 United Methodist Women will meet March 7 at 12 p.m. in Morehouse Fellowship Hall. The program for the day will be a playlet on women of the Bible, with women of the group portraying the circle names. Author and director is Jackie Mickey. During the devotional period a movie will be shown concerning the Day of Prayer and Self Denial. Dorcas Circle will be hostess for the day. The \ **ro» mu wiflftte F<Mt Mftts W6lf» Dftfwift , Sfft Penning and Vicki Baufngaft- Y Bill t&ft ' ' ; {ftp w&W Paffl Ntelittn, VfekJ r. F? A M T M O IM Y CO (J Pam Daniel Assign Miss P. Daniel to Pearl Harbor R.M.S.A. Pam Daniel is now stationed in' Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. She took her recruit training at Orlando, Fla., and took further tfainirig at Radiomen's A School, Bainbridge, Md., for her Radiomen's Seamens Apprentice R.M.S.A. She scored third in the class. Miss Daniel is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Daniel, Grand Forks, Minn., former Humboldt residents, and a granddaughter of Mrs. Leona Daniel, Humboldt, and Mrs. William Bemrick, Fort Dodge. Social Calendar Monday, March 4 Delta Sigma Sorority. Past Noble Grand. American Legion Post 119, 8 p.m., Legion Building. Humboldt County Historical Association, 8 p.m., First National Social Center. Humboldt Wrestling Boosters, 7:30 p.m.. High School. TOPS Club meetings, 1:30 and 7:30 p.m., Humboldt' Trust Community Room. Tuesday, March 5 Friendly Birthday Club's 50th anniversary, noon, Hillcrest. Weight Watchers, 7 p.m., Humboldt Trust Community Room. Masonic Lodge, 8 p.m., Masonic Temple. Past Oracles of Rural Neighbors Lodge. Wednesday, March 6 Federated Women's Club, 8 p.m. Thursday, March 7 Baptist Mary Circle. Congregational Women's Fellowship, 12:30 p.m., Church. OxBow Chapter, 7:30 p.m., First National Social Center. Methodist UMW general meeting. Our Saviour's Lutheran ALCW general meeting, Church. Saturday, March 9 Unique Homemakers Club potluck and card party, 6 p.m., Humboldt Trust Community Room. Executive Committee will meet at 1 p.m. in the lower meeting rooms. Lu Verne musicians receive high awards Saturday, Feb. 23, marked ment, said the 18th annual invitational director, music festival at Mason City including participants from the Lu Verne High School instrumental music depart- Bruce Ward, Those receiving superior ratings included Roger Hardcopf, Pam Hefty, Theresa ACCIDENT INSURANCE Union Cotualty of Omaha pays up to $20 on X-Ray expense up to $30 on First Aid up to $500 on Specific injuries up to $1,000 on Hospital expense $2,600 for Accidental death Pays in addition'to other insurance for any sex, any age under 65 annual premium $30, less than 9c pr. da. Simple application, no physical required. Contact The FRED W. HALL AGENCY 605 1st Ave. North Humboldt NEW Cross Vour Heart Now—famous Cross Youc Heart Bra styling in cool soft tricot— can cross years off your figure. 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