The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa on March 23, 1974 · Page 5
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The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa · Page 5

Humboldt, Iowa
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Saturday, March 23, 1974
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Mrs. David [Mavis] Hoyt, Humboldt We. will try something new for this week's Independent Homemaker. Our subject is Mrs. David Hoyt of Humboldt. She is the former Mavis Wells of Webster City. Dr< Hoyt is a Doctor of Chiropractic, practicing in Humboldt and Mavis works part-time in his office. She is •a registered nurse. Mavis' family includes two daughters and a son. Ginny, 18, is a home ec major at NIACC, Mason City. Candy, 16, is a junior at Humboldt High School and Steven, 13, is in the seventh grade at Humboldt Junior High. Mavis is an involved mother and homemaker. Besides working for her husband, she also is associate matron of Eastern Star, has served as program chairman for Congregational Women's Fellowship and is a member of Circle Four. She also likes to play bridge and knit, but she has a special interest in sports, especially wrestling, as well as all school activities. Our special interest in Mavis this week is that of a Weight Watcher. Four months ago she joined the local group. Mrs. Hoyt said she was getting to the place where she hated to shop for clothes and had gone the fad diet, diet pills and starvation routes. To be truthful she said, she had little faith in the new group but decided to attend a meeting four months ago. That was almost 50 pounds ago for Mavis. Today she is among the organization's most ardent supporters. The local chapter was organized in Humboldt in July, 1973, and to date membership numbers in the 40's. Unlike many organizations of this type, the help received does riot just include a pat on the back or a scolding at weekly meetings. It offers concrete help with meal planning and menus. The international organizatoin, working with a staff of dedicated nutritionists and doctors, has devised a diet that contains all the nutritional requirements, yet doesn't leave the dieter hungry. To the ordinary layman, the only difference in the •Weight Watcher's eating is that there are no fried foods, 'no sugar, and the potential weight loser must never, never skip a meal. The foods list is divided into 14 categories. You may figure out your own meal plan or follow a ready-made plan. How much weight do you think you could lose eating a daily menu that goes like this? Breakfast: Vz grapefruit, one egg, one piece pf toast with one teaspoon margarine and 8 ounces of skim milk. Noon: 4 ounces of meat or fish, lettuce salad and dressing, one piece whole wheat bread, Vz cup pineapple, and coffee. Evening: 6 ounces of meat or fish; beets, carrots or peas; and tomatoes. Plus you would still have a fruit choice left and 8 ounces of milk. Weight Watchers don't know the meaning of the word hungry. Diet pop is permitted and there are any number of dessert recipes available. Sounds like alot of food doesn't it? The secret is in eating correct foods with a variety that meets nutritional requirements. According to Mrs. Hoyt, the hardest part is attending the first meeting. From then on, it's downhill all the way. For those who are willing to follow the eating plan, weight losses can be surprising. It is one thing to read articles on before and after. But it is another to sit in a group of people you know and hear about weight losses by those attending. One of the terms commonly heard is the word legal. This is in reference to the foods allowed by the group. If you eat what you are supposed to and only that, you are legal. If not you are eating illegally. And believe it or not, the illegal list of food is not long. Most measuring is done by weight and 4 and 6 ounces of meat is more than you might imagine. There is only room for a few recipes here, but the suggestions and possibilities are almost endless. If there is nothing that suits your taste here, Weight Watchers has romelhing you will like. The Hidden Valley dressing is available in a packet at your grocery store. You mix it yourself. VEGETABLE garlic salt onio_n_. flakes 2 tbsp. tomato juice (i oz. well drained tuna 1 box frozen cauliflower 4 oz. peas or 2 oz. peas and 2 oz. carrots green pepper Put in oven for 10-15 minutes at 325-350 degrees. YELLOW AND GREEN BEAN SALAD 1 can (303) green beans 3 tbsp. veg. oil 1 can (303) yellow beans 2 tbsp. vinegar 1 tbsp. onion flakes 1 tbsp. lemon juice Vz tsp. garlic powder sweetener if desired COD [SHRIMP] 1 Ib. cod . 1 tbsp. vinegar 2 tbsp. pickling spices salt l.,cup water Cook cod in above boiling for 20 minutes. Chill. Makes several 4 ounce servings. Mix legal catsup and horseradish to go on it. LEGAL CATSUP 1 can (46 fl. oz.) tomato garlic powder to taste juice sweetener to taste. Vz cup wine vinegar Combine oil ingredients. Cover, bring to a boil. Uncover and simmer until mixture is reduced to about Vz its original volume. Stir occasionally. HIDDEN VALLEY DRESSING [1 tbsp. per day] 1 pkg. Hidden Valley mix i cup mayonnaise 1 cup buttermilk CREAMY ITALIAN DRESSING [Use on raw cauliflower] 1 tbsp. mayonnaise oregano 1 tsp. vinegar garlic powder to taste black pepper Combine and mix. Makes 1 serving. Notes 4p»«id«J by HwnboWf Core Centers North ortd South Pocilitl»a profeisiortal r*ha. nursing cai« (or th» tnf and retir«m*nl D6ti«nt. HUMBOLDT COIJNTY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL March 22,9 a.m. Admitted: Teresa Day, Humboldt Mary VanDeWalle, Humboldt Mabel Larson, Gilmofe City Pam Davis, Eagle Grove Parthe McColley, Gilmore City Mary Dunn, Gilmore City Kathrine Baker, Livermore Esther Price, Fort Dodge Emma Chinberg, Fort D.odge Malvin Moklebust, Thor William Mooney, Livermore Minnie Crumbaker, Humboldt Sarah Hansen, Humboldt Mrs. Wayne Kunert, Hum- boldl Kunert Baby Boy, Humboldt Tad Sorensen, Humboldt Discharged: March 20 Mrs. Mervin Johnson, Humboldt Johnson Baby Boy Neva Helvick, Bradgate Linda Bahr, Livermore March 21 Emil Ernest, Humboldt Emil Kunert, Humboldt Jerry Collins, Dakota City Rosalind Collins, Humboldt Wilbur Tilton, Humboldt Marjorie Whyte, Goldfield Russell Bierl, Humboldt TRINITY REGIONAL HOSPITAL WEST Fort Dodge Mrs. Mary K. Schulze, Humboldt Mrs. Lillie Larsen, Humboldt Mrs. Maureen Myers, Livermore Mrs. Walter Johnson, Humboldt. Mrs. Rose Bowen, Bradgate Mrs. Helen Consoer, Humboldt Mrs. Goldie Guess, Rutland. Charlie Day, Gilmore City Janene Jensen, Humboldt Francis Hinz, Lu Verne- • To be summer bride Mr. and Mrs. Dean Bassett, Humboldt, announce the. engagement of their daughter, Terry Lynn, to Paul Dennis Swanson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Swanson, Lu Verne. Mks Bassett and her fiance plan an Aug. 17 wedding. Both are seniors at Iowa State University. TRINITY REGIONAL HOSPITAL EAST . Fort Dodge Margaret Devine, Livermore John Hilbert, Humboldt OTHER HOSPITALS Hans Isacson of Bradgate, Veteran's Hospital in Des Moines. Dale Vige of Bode, Iowa Methodist Hospital in Des Moines. Dorothy Erickson of Bradgate, University Hospitals, Iowa City. Lori Buhr of Humboldt, St. Mary's Hospital in Rochester, Minn. Mrs. Joseph Becker-of St.. Joe, University Hospitals in Iowa City. : : and Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Meyer of Pioneer. Mrs. Fay Davenport spent the weekend of March 10 with her son, Stuart, in St. Paul, Minn. He had recently assumed ownership and management of the River Ridge Apartments there. Name Miss Leistto honor list Miss Peggy Leist, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Leist of Dakota City, has been named to the Dean's List at Iowa Lakes Community College at Estherviile. Miss Leist received a 4.0 grade point for the past semester. She is a 1973 Humboldt High School graduate, and is.taking specialized accounting at the Estherviile school. iimmiiiiitiiiiniiimiiiniiiiiMMiiimi. School lunch menu Humboldt Community Schools March 25-29 MONDAY: Beefburgers, catsup, pickles, spinach, apple crumble, milk. TUESDAY: Roasted wieners, creamed potatoes and peas, peach, cookie, sandwich, milk. WEDNESDAY: Creamed chicken on mashed potatoes, frozen peas and carrots, banana jcllo, hot rolls, butter, milk. THURSDAY: Spanish rice with ground beef, relishes and cheese cubes, purple plums, chocolate cake, sandwiches, milk. FRIDAY: Vegetable beef stew, tossed salad, pears, corn bread, butter, milk, jelly. Saturday, Mftfcft 23, Hello World ForHimboldt Care Center Services or Inquiries Phone 332-2623 Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Kunort, Humboldt, became parents of a son, their third child, March 22 in Humboldt County Memorial Hospital. He has been named Shannon Wayne and weighed 7 pounds, 11 ounces, at birth. He will join two sisters at home. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. George Beebe and Mrs. Harold Kunert, all of Hum- holdt. Locals Tuesday j( is / [Cookie Day / Special Occasion Cakes Check Refrigerated ;.'!,-• ,A< f? :•' '•••:•' Show Case For Specialty Items. Humboldt Bakery 10 varieties of cookies A group of friends and former neighbors of Mr. and Mrs. Vance Jeffers who were recently married, gathered in their home west of Rutland Sunday evening for a small housewarming. They were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Layton of Livermore, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Marcellus of Humboldt !:;:^ LIVER OVER RICE [Omit 1 slice of bread this day] 8 ox. chicken liver '/,, green pepper, diced 1 Vz cup tomato juice 1 tbsp. onion flakes Vz cup mushrooms (4 oz. can) Simmer 30 minutes. Serve Vz of this over Vz cup BARBEQUED TUNA 2 tsp. prepared mustard 1 tsp. vinegar 2 tsp, Worcestershire sauce 1 cup tomato juice instant rice. 6 m. tuna Vz cup chopped celery Vi cup onion flakes Vz tsp. oregano 3 tsp. sweetener Simmer 40 minutes.. , : . : :::%y:::::%::::::::%^ H UMOTA SUNDAY MON.-TUES. SUNDAY 7:30 CONTINUOUS A Great Show Returns The picture your neighbors are talking about. Audiences are standing up and applauding... WALKING TALL Under 15 years must be with parent I ! S3 Social Calendar Monday, March 25 Izaak Walton League, 8 p.m., Club House. DAR. TOPS Club meetings, 1:30 and 7:30 p.m., Humboldt Trust Community Room. Basketball honor polluck, 6:30 p.m., High School Cafetorium. Tuesday, March 26 Weight Watchers, 7 p.m., Humboldt Trust Community Room. Humboldt Garden Club, Humboldt Trust Community Room. Wednesday, March 27 - BPW, 6:15 p.m., Star Restaurant. Airline Industrial Club, 1 p.m., Guinevera Watson. Humboldt Squares, 8 p.m., Jaqua Hall. Friday, March 29 Humboldt Hobbycraft Club, 1:30 p.m., Humboldt Trust Community Room. r i i i i i i i -n Dinner Special I MAN'S FAVORITE MEAL! 3 pieces of chicken, slaw, potatoes, gravy and rolls. Offer Good Mon.-Tues.-Wed.-March 25-27 1 5O Reg. $1.65 Visit the Colonel COLONEL SANDERS' RECIPE Limit 2 1'er Customer Hospitol Auxiliary Pink ladies Monday, March 25 a.m.-Ethyl Johnson p.m.-Jeanettc Tigges Tuesday, March 26 a.m.-Bertha Hoff p.m.-Lorraine McCurry Wednesday, March 27 a.m.-Edna Sande p.m.-Owen Nelson Thursday, March 28 a.m.-Phyllis McGowan p.m.-Leora Duin Friday, March 29 a.m.-Donna Hull p.m.-Lee Weverstad .. Saturday, March 36 tt.trt.-^aflcls ttdlt rf-fn.-Kathy Sehultz Pood March 25, Ruth Rudnick. . March 27, Marie Pedersen. March 29, Kathleen Roberts. Establish Red Sword Society Order of the Red Sword Society was established by the Special Gifts Committee of the Humboldt County Chapter of the American Cancer Society, reports Peter Holt, Crusade Chairman, Prominent citizens of Hum- fe gifli AKtyfate gfttot 180 wm beeathl ft ttwmbe* sf this state wide gftfop. Members of the special gift* committee afe Mfs. MSllafi Vance, Robert fifistdl ahd Mrs. Riehafd Naeve. NOTICE Reminder to the Masonic and Eastern Star members; Rainbow International Smorgasbord and Weigh-In. Sat., March 23 5:30 P.M. Masonic Temple • - LCOOD WITH THIS COUPON ONLY 1202 Highway 3 East - 332-3043 Get Your Tickets For 'Top Goes the Community Chorus" to be presented Friday & Saturday APRIL 5-6-8P.M. Junior High School Auditorium Ticket Sales Start March 26 at World of Music * Adults $1.50 * Students 75c Fun-filled Evening of Singing, Comedy, Skits, Dancing * Directed by Gary Currie * Hnmboldt Community Chorus Mrs. Dean Harklau, President natural gas Another way to store gas so it's there when you need it. When cold weather blows across the northern states we serve, the demand for natural gas zooms. And we want enough on hand to meet the demand. That means we store it in the summer, so you can use it in the winter. One way is to store it underground, but that technique requires a special porous rock which can absorb the natural gas. And that kind of rock isn't everywhere we'd like it to be. So now we've got another way. We liquefy it. That's right. We turn natural gas into a liquid by lowering the temperature down to 260° below zero. Then we can store it in tanks. When the temperature drops and demand goes up, we reconvert the liquid gas to its natural form and pipe it to your home. Of course we have to have special facilities to liquefy the gas, store it, and then vaporize it again. So we're building a liquefied natural gas storage facility near Duluth, Minnesota, on the northern end of our transmission system. It will store two billion cubic feet of natural gas. We expect it to be in service before the 1975-76 heating season. It's just another thing Northern Natural Gas Company is doing to keep that quiet, efficient blue flame burning at your house. So you can continue to have the advantages of natural gas for home heating and water heating, home cooling, clothes drying, and cooking. Northern Natural Gas Company The pipeline serving natural gas to your local gas company We promise to keep it burning.

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