The Hays Daily News from Hays, Kansas on December 15, 1976 · Page 5
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HAYS DAILY NEWS PACK .') December 15, 1976 for 4-HWinner Lester Elston will be honored at a reception from 2 ^.m. until 4 p.m. Sunday In the .dining room of the First United Methodist church, 305 "West 7th Street. Elston, the son of Mr. and t.Mrs. Richard Elston, Hays, is • a national winner in the 4-H .Woodworking project. . The reception is being sponsored by his 4-H club, the Busy Beavers, 4-H Council .and the Junior Leaders Club of Ellis County. \ The public is invited to .attend. Printed Pattern 4831 SIZES 8-20, Women Cbnf inve Tasty Tradition After 20 years of bringing favorite foods to a tasting party, it's sometimes hard to find a new recipe, but members of the Buckeye Homemaker's Unit manage to do just that. "There are always some unusual dishes," said Mrs. Cyril Schmidt, a member of the group. This year's tasting party was no exception. The 22 members of the unit brought food, recipes, and hearty appetites to Mrs. Schmidt's home Monday. Tasters sampled everything from traditional bierochs and tempting casseroles to an unusual marinated vegetable relish and a sweet macaroni salad. Several desserts were reason 'enough for most tasters to make a return trip to the serving table. Agatha Jensen's Marinated Vegetable Relish was, one of the more unusual dishes at the tasting party. She warned those copying her recipe that it makes a large amount of Moving News EVANSVILLE, Ind. (UPI) — The executives most often transferred by their employers are in sales or marketing departments, earn $15,000 to $25,000 a year and are 30 to 40 years old. These figures aVe from the ninth annual survey of corporate moving practices of Atlas Van Lines, Inc., the nation's sixth largest household goods carrier. The study showed 57 per cent of those transferred last year were , in sales or marketing. > relish. She recommended using half the recipe or less for a small group. Marinated Vegetable Relish Cut into bite-size pieces: one bunch carrots, one bunch celery and one head cauliflower. Add two cans pitted olives, drained, and one jar stuffed green olives. The marinade is made with 1 cup salad oil, 1 cup vinegar, 2>/ 2 teaspoons salt, 1 teaspoon pepper, 2 teaspoons sugar, and 3 cloves' of garlic, crushed. Add the marinade to the vegetables and let stand in the refrigerator at least two hours or overnight before serving. Dorothy Kraus shared her recipe for Ruby Red Cheesecake. Crust: Combine 1V4 cups graham cracker crumbs, 3 tablespoons sugar, % teaspoon cinnamon and 1-3 cup melted butter and -press into a 9-inch springform pan. Cake: Cream 2 8-ounce packages of softened cream cheese, and add 2 eggs, 3-4 cup plus 2 tablespoons sugar, 2 teaspoons vanilla and 1 tablespoon lemon juice. Beat well and pour into crust. Bake at 350 degrees for 25 minutes. Topping: Blend 2 cups sour cream,' 4 tablespoons sugar, and 2 teaspoons vanilla. Spread over cheesecake and return to oven for 5 minutes. Glaze: Cook 1 10-ounce box of frozen raspberries, 2 tablespoons cornstarch and Vi to V 2 cup sugar until thick. Stir to keep the glaze smooth. Spread over cake. Chill at least 5 hours or overnight before serving. Tasting Treats Florence Fellers, left, and Lydia Schreiner try the Ruby Red Cheese Cake at the annual Buckeye Homemaker's Unit tasting party. Members have been bringing favorite foods and recipes to the party for 20 years. Computers Help Recovery Room Nurse Look forward to balmy days here or at a resort with this INCHES SLIMMER shaping. Accent band neckline with a sparkling' pin, golden strands. Printed Pattern 4831: Misses' Sizes 8, Iff;-12, 14, 16, 18)20. Size 12'(Bust?34) takes.«2% v, yards 45-inch fabric. •• Send $1.00 for each pattern. Add 35t for each pattern for first-class mail and special handling, Send to ANNE ADAMS, c/o HAYS DAILY NEWS Pattern Dept., 243 West 17th St.. New York, N.Y. 10011. Print NAME, ADDRESS, ZIP, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. By AL ROSSITER Jr. UPI Science Editor WASHINGTON (UPI) Taking a cue from the space program, a New York medical team has demonstrated the value of computerized surveillance systems in monitoring the vital signs of patients recovering from open heart surgery. > Opinions have .varied "whethercomputers are worthwhile additions to the hospital recovery room, but a new study by doctors and engineers from the Mt. Sinai Hospital adds further support to the electronic nurses. <"The data suggest that computerized surveillance HAZEL First snowflake." can play a role in reducing morbidity and possibly mortality in postoperative cardiac surgical patients," Dr. Roy Jurado reported at a recent meeting of the American Heart Association. By keeping tabs on pressures, temperatures and other rapidly changing parameters much faster than humans eould, computers played a key role in the launch, of Saturn rockets and Apollo spaceships during the past decade at Cape Canaveral. The Mt. Sinai team used' a computer to do tha same sort of thing. Specially designed bedside sensing units were hooked up to patients who just had undergone open .heart surgery. The computers monitored'35 different physiologic variables such as heart rate, blood pressures, pulse rate, respiration, temperature and concentrations of oxygen and carbon dioxide in the blood. Measurements were performed automatically and recorded by the computer every 10 minutes and were available at shorter intervals when requested by doctors or nurses in the intensive care unit. Jurado,'director of the cardiac surgical intensive care unit, said in an interview that the average patient needed computer monitoring for 37 hours following surgery. He' estimated the cost at between $25 and $50 a day in operational systems. To see how patients fared' with such computerized surveillance as compared withless sophisticated conventional monitoring techniques, the Mt. Sinai, team set up a 30-month study. Ninety-one open heart patients were studied before the $500,000 computerized system was available at the hospital Then, 120 patients who had undergone similar surgery and were of similar ages and sex were placed in the computer monitoring units. There were only two computer beds, available so the sicker patients were given priority, thus biasing the 'study toward the conventional system since patients of all conditions were included in that group. The incidence of sudden, unexpected and preventable' life-threatening events was compared between the two groups. In the group with conventional monitoring, 11 of the 91 patients suffered such events, all related to devices i helping the patients breathe. Two patients .died. In the group monitored by computer, only one such event occurred and that patient recovered. That one event occurred after a nurse ignored a warning from the compiler system because everything else appeared normal. When the patient developed a serious heart irregularity and the nurse began resuscitation efforts, she discovered, part of the ventilator tubing had become disconnected — an occurrence the computer had signaled. Jurado, director of the cardiac surgical intensive 1 care unit at Mt. Sinai, said the study indicated that the computerized surveillance led to an earlier recognition of unfavorable physiologic trends. This enabled doctors and nurses to take action in time to avoid life threatening complications. lPersona//'f/es PET SHOP HOURS Now 'Till Christmas 8:00 a.m.'till 8:00 p.m. Man. Thru FrI. Saturdays 8-5:30 Sundays 1-5:00 Exquisitely Yours Pet Shoppe 130W. 9th ' Hays SCHAFER FURNITURE McCracken, Kansas The following prices are good only through December, 1976 or until we sell all sale items presently in stock. Maple Wood" *—-*«« ROCKERS B.. $ 39°° Striped Green, Brown * Gold ^« A SWIVEL ROCKERS (13 left) i.. *69°° (Some Swivel Rockers Priced At $79.00) ALL SOFAS 35 to 50% Off Rea. Price MOST SOFA SLEEPERS.... 50 % off Re 9 . Price WALLAWAYS by Ml.. »me at $ 1 49°° Buy A Sleeper At Half Price And You Can Buy Up To Three Chairs At Cost Within 90 Days. We Make $30-$40. You Save $650.00. MERRY CHRISTMAS OPEN DAILY-Sundays ft Mondays 12:00-5:00, Tues.-Sat. 8-5 GOOD QUALITY FURNITURE AT WHOLESALE PRICES ^^w. I SANTA'S AND ! PHOTOGRAPHER'S SUNDAY 1 p.m. - 6 p.m.J 2900 North Vine Hays, Kansas Here x n' There with K. R. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Fischer, Plainville, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Stahl, Dodge City, Mr. and Mrs. Neil Fischer and Crystal, Plainville, and Nalisha Fischer, Hays, had a dinner Sunday evening at the Broken Arrrow Restaurant, Plainville, in celebration of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Fischer's 50th wedding 'anniversary. •o- Peggy Jensen, Hays, has been elected a vice-president of the Kansas State Collegiate 4-H Club for the spring semester. The'club, which has more than 160 members, is for former 4-H members. EXQUISITE, ELEGANT, charming; whatever adjective you chose, the description added up to a delightful afternoon if you were one of more than 200 who made the Christmas homes tour Sunday, sponsored by the Hays Arts Council who emerge the winners, with more cash in hand to help finance the new Arts Center for Hays. 'Twas a good idea and nicely executed. Meetings BPW Members of the Business and Professional Women's Club met Monday at the Heritage Club for their Christmas dinner and program. Dorothy Townson, president, conducted the business meeting and introduced guests Sandy Britnall, Carolyn Nichols, Annie Jennson, Fred Williams and Ed Dies. Mary Reynolds, music chairman, presented the program, which was the group singing of Christmas carols and two film strips, "How We Got Our Christmas Customs" and "Christmas in Folk Music." The next regular meeting of the club will be January 10, with Millie Karlin in charge. There will not be a January board meeting. Plan Shopping Most shoppers like bargains when they buj*food. They look for high quality at the lowest price. Even with the lowest prices, the cost of food for a family can be high. The family who makes the best use of its food dollar is the one who plans what members will eat and how individuals will buy it. Family members manage their food dollars and manage their food supply. The family who plans can have a good diet "at lowest: cost. Members take good care • of the food they buy. They use all the food they buy. , It may take a sharp pencil to make your dollars and vour food come out even with the week or the month, but you can do it with good planning, special care with your selection of food, and good care of the food you buy. Make the most of your food dollars. TAKE TIME before the weather changes to enjoy the Christmas windows downtown. It's well worth walking the few blocks of Main Street to appreciate the thoughtful arrangements of the participating organizations. CONTINUING the sharing of recipes, today's are from two newcomers this year to Hays. Crcnni Chrcsp Crepes with apricot sauce arc from the files of Jan Johanscn, whose husband is chairman of the department of business at Fort Hays State. Music Crepes: 3 eggs; 1 cup milk; 0 tablespoons flour, pinch of salt. Mix well and let batter stand covered for at least one hour. Makes about 12 crepes. Killing: 8 ounces softened cream cheese; ',<> stick margarine or butler; '/i cup sugar; IVSj teaspoons vanilla;. 1 teaspoon grated lemon rind. Beat until light and fluffy. Spread each crepe almost to the edge with the filling. Fold in two ends and roll up. Arrange crepes side by side in a buttered shallow baking dish and dot with l'/j tablespoons butter. Bake in moderate oven for 10 min. or until the cheese- filling is bubbling. Serve with this sauce: 2-3 cup tart apricot jam; 1-3 cup orange juice; 2 tablespoons butter or margarine; 1 tablespoon lemon juice; t'<j teaspoons grated lemon rind. Mix and heat. Sprinkle crepes with 6 tablespoons sliced almonds and serve with apricot sauce. KIIOM Rosa Lee Eickhoff, whose husband is the new vice-president of academic affairs at FHS, comes this cake with glaze — called Orange Blossoms. For the Hln7.e: 11/4 pounds powdered sugar; juice of 2 lemons and grated rind of both; Juice nnd grated rind of 2 oranges. Mix and set aside. For the cnkcs: I) ,cggs; 1 1-3 cup sugar; ',<. cup water; U*. cups sifted flour; Ha teaspoon baking powder; "a teaspoon salt; 1 teaspoon vanilla. Mix in order given. Bake in miniature sized muffin pans. Put 'i; teaspoon melted butter into each muffin cup before butler. Bake/ at 350 degrees until lightly browned, about 10-12 minutes. Remove while hot and put each into the gla/c. Shake each cake off and drain on wax paper until dry enough to store. These may need to be turned over to drain. Store in tightly covered box. Make a day ahead to mellow. They may be frozen. .""COUPON* 1 NEW FRESH DATED Kodak Kodacolor Film C110-12 Exp. or C126-12 Exp. HAYS TAXI SERVICE 628-3712 6 a.m.-Midnight Serving Ellis County ••• I I I FOR INSTAMATIC CAMERA LIMIT 5 ROLLS Coupon good one week. Mellers Photo Drive-In | in Hays pi Centennial Shopping Center I Parking Lot J I 191 The Rolling Act ion Collection Here are the ones to make you look every bit as good 33 you feel. Both shoes have natural toe shape and Rolling Action soles for today's way of walking 1 with outside counter- pocket for support. Choose stitched and padded uppers or padded collar styles. Natural or bronze suede. Come see Mr. Gallenkamp's Rolling Action collection in mens sizes to 12. Limited time only Reg. $19.99 Gallenkamp shoes Keep America I On Its Feet THE MALL HAYS, KANSAS

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