The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana on May 26, 1976 · Page 16
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The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana · Page 16

Kalispell, Montana
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Wednesday, May 26, 1976
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·-2 W*dnM*r, *Uy », MOM«M Marinades tenderize steak \ V // Outdoor barbecuing hai become a year-round treat, but sprlnj items to bring out !b» cooking bug In men and women. Even though prices are still high, Americans love their bee( and barbecued beef proves a specialty in many homes. Marinating makes many less expensive beef cuts tender treats for holiday or weekend cookouts. MARINATED FLANK STEW 1 beef flank steak V 2 cup catsup V cup red wine vinegar Vi cup red table wine 1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce 1 chopped small onion V teaspoon garlic powder 1 teaspoon prepared mustard 1 teaspoon salt 1 tablespoon cooking oil 1 beef bouillon cube Vi cup water 1 tablespoon cornstarch Marinate beef several hours or overnight in mixture of catsup, vinegar, wine, Worcestershire sauce, onion, garlic, mustard, salt and oil. Drain, reserving marinade. Barbecue or broil steak to rare or medium r»r*. Metawhlle combine marinade with bouillon cube, water and corns larch. Heat, stirring, until sauce boils and thlckeni. Slice beef diagonally cross the grain. Serve with sauce. Makes 4 to 6 servings. BARBECUED BEEF CHUCK STEAK 1 (3-pound) beef chuck steak, cut Ui-inche* thick \4 cup chutney 3 tablespoons lemon juice Ms cup tomato catsup Salt Pepper Trim fat from edges of beef. Combine chutney, lemon juice and catsup in blender. Whir until smooth. Pour over steak in shallow pan. Turn to coat both sides. Allow to stand one hour or longer. Drain well. Grill steak over charcoal, sprinkling with salt and pepper to taste. Heat any remaining marinade and serve as sauce. Slice steak in diagonal strips to serve. Makes 4 servings. BEEF RIBS TO BARBECUE 5 pounds beef ribs* Instant unseasoned meat tenderizer Choice of Marinade Moiitcn beef ribs with water and sprinkle with tendertxer according to label direction!. Prick w i t h fork. (If using barbecue rlbi omit tenoYrirei.) Pour marinade over ribs. Chill 8 hourt or longer, turning occasionally. Drain ribs and grill « Inches from hot coals 1 hour or until beef is tender and starts to loosen from bone. Makes J or 6 servings. (·any beef ribs such as English short ribs barbecue ribs, short ribs or boneless rib liften may be used.) ORIENTAL MARINADE: Mis Vi cup each toy sauce, cider vinegar and chopped onion with 2 tablespoons brown sugar. For dark and crispy look, add V cup catsup to remaining marinade and baste over ribs during last half hour of grilling. Menu Suggestion: Serve ribs with tossed salad of torn greens, pineapple chur.ks, green pepper rings and sliced water chestnuts. TACO MARINADE: Mix 1 (IVi-ounce; package taco seasoning mix with ¥4 cup water. Menu Suggestion: Serve ribs with salad of chilled marinated pinto beans and guacamole heaped onto crosswise slices of iceberg lettuce garnished with tomatoes. Pass corn chips. Friends honor sister Sister Mary Regis and Father John Cronin talk with friends during an open house at Kalispell Regional Hospital. Sister Regis has been working at the hospital for the past ten years and was honored during the reception lor her 25th jubilee. Respite care now available in valley 4-H notes Respite care is a unique service of specialized babysitting for families who have a developmentally disabled child or adult in their home. This care is being provided by Flathead Association for Retarded Citizens through the use of Hike-Bike funds. Developmentally disabled individuals are those who have a disability attributable to mental retardation, cerbral palsy, epilepsy, autism, or any other neurological handicapping condition closely related to mental retardation. Parents of developmentally disabled individuals have found themselves "homebound" in the past due to the lack of qualified persons experienced in caring for their handicapped children as well as their normal children. The extra expense of having a developmentally disabled child, more often than not, leaves very little money for mom and dad to take a day or night out for themselves. Respite Care has been designed to alleviate both of these problems. A Respite Care committee, consisting entirely of parents with developmentally disabled children, has been instrumental in designing this service to best suit the needs of those parents most in need of Respite. The committee is in the process of developing a list of individuals experienced in caring for all types of handicapped individuals. These qualified sitters have been interviewed and screened by the Respite Care Committee and a list with names, phone numbers, and qualifications is being made available through Flathead Industries upon request. This list also will be sent out with the May FARC Newsletter. It is hoped that as the use of Respite Care Services increases, the list of qualified sitters will also increase. All families in Flathead County who have a developmentally disabled individual in their home are encouraged to take advantage of the Respite Care Program. Each family may be reimbursed up to $30 per month for expenses incurred by them in hiring sitters for their developmentally disabled family member. A total of $360 per year is available to each family regardless of income. The procedure for becoming involved in the Respite Care Program is: Parents wishing to take advantage of the service should call Flathead Industries -- 7557656, to give notification of intent to use the service and to establish eligibility. The parent will decide when to use the service, and would choose and schedule their own sitters. They also will determine for themselves what they will pay the sitters. If the parent needs assistance in finding qualified sitters, they may take advantage of the list being made available from the committee, or will be put in contact with a committee member for assistance. Once the service has been used, the parent would then simply call or stop in at the Work Training Center at 305 3rd Ave. East, to report that they have used a sitter, and provide the necessary information in order to be immediately reimbursed for the cost of the service. The information needed will include only the name of the child, the name of the parent, the name of the sitter used, and the hours of the use. This service has been promoted in hopes that it will give the parents or guardians of handicapped individuals a break from their demanding home routine, without putting a strain on the family budget. "It will be stimulating for your child, so parents, have a night out or weekend out on us," Sue Moss, Respite Care Committee chairman said. LADS AND LASSIES The Spring Creek Lads and Lassies 4-H Club met at West Valley School for their May meeting with a project check as the roll call. Demonstrations were given by John Willis, cucumber salad; Andora Tutvedt, patchwork pillow top; and Lexi Willis, noodle casserole. Cheryl Lopp was named as the third top seller of Fund Day tickets during the meeting hosted by Mrs. T.L. Hendriclison. It was moved to give Sarah Tutvedt $25 for her trip to Washington, D.C. Leaders or guests attending were Mrs. Duane W i l l i s , M r s . G a r y Freebury, Mrs. Vernon Johnson, Mrs. Hendrickson and Mrs. Harold Tutvedt. Reports were given by Sharon Hendrickson, knitting; Cheryl Lopp, junior cooking; Brenda Johnson, senior cooking; and Gregg Freebury, Rural Life Sunday committee meeting. Also, Susan Hendrickson, citizenship short course; Bruce Gibson, boy's cooking tour; John Willis, boy's cooking; and A n d o r a Tutvedt, middle sewing. Laura Issacson, junior sewing; Jeff Freebury, joint meeting; Brenda Johnson, Grand Foods Fair; and Gregg Freebury, Country Youth Speaks with eight placings and seven trophies. C h e r y l - L o p p received the dairy award. Future events are roadside clean-up at JO a.m. June 5; project tour, 7 p.m., June 10; 4-H camp, June 23-26; and junior leadership camp, June 152 0 . ( S a r a h T u t v e d t , reporter) college notes Montana State BOZEMAN - Danna Gilbertson, daughter of Mrs. Jacque Wolfe of Kalispell has been elected as third vice-president of the Gamma Delta Chapter of the Delta Gamma Sorority at Montana State University in Bozeman. She is a junior majoring in microbiology and is a graduate of Flathead High School. MSU Scholarships BOZEMAN'- Several area students have been awarded various scholarships to aid them in seeking a college education at Montana State University in Bozeman. MSU junior, Tracie McDonald, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph McDonald of Ronan has been awarded the $500 Schultz Indian Scholarship for the 1976-77 school year. McDonald is majoring in physical education and received the scholarship on the basis of academic achievement, character and purpose. The MSU chemical engineering department has awarded a $500 Hoerner Waldorf scholarship for 197677 to Whitefish High School senior. Randy Zinke, Zinke is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Zinke of Whitefish. Mark Miron, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Miron of Kalispell and a senior at Flathead High School was awarded a $500 scholarship in chemical engineering at MSU for the 1976-77 year. The Anaconda Aluminum Company made the award available to MSU's chemical engineering department to award to high school graduates. Linda Kasala of Kalispell has been selected by the MSU department of general studies to receive a $100 scholarship provided by the MSU athletic scholarship association. Northern State ABERDEEN, S.D. - Barbara Brewster of Bigfork has been named to the dean's scholarship list at Northern State College in Aberdeen, S.D. The dean's scholarship list is a compilation of full- time students who achieved a grade point average of 3.5 or better on a 4.00 grading system. Valparaiso University VALPARAISO, Ind. -- Included among the more than 95fl graduates receiving degrees at the 102nd commencement of Valparaiso Univeristy was Elizabeth Cox of Lakeside. During the ceremony she received a bachelor of arts degree. Creighton University OMAHA, Neb. -- Louise Swanberg of Kalispell was awarded a doctor of medicine degree from Creightwi University in Omaha, Neb. University of Montana MISSOULA - Danny Blake of Kalispell, a 1976 graduate of the University of Montana in Missoula, has been selected by the Peace Corps to teach English in a secondary school in the Republic of Niger, West Africa. Blake will go to Washington, D.C., or Philadelphia. Pa., on June 22 to begin Peace Corps training. He will then travel to Niamey, the capital of Niger for further training in languages and culture before he begins the two-year teaching job in Niger. Blake, a 1971 graduate of Flathead High School, has received a bachelor of arts degree in French from UM and will be awarded a bachelor of arts degree in history from UK at the end of the UM's spring quarter. He is the son of Mrs. JoAnne Blake of Kalispell. Local woman becomes doctor social scene DAWN MILLINER PHILADELPHIA, Pa. Dawn Schmautz Milliner will be awarded the degree of doctor of medicine at the 75th commencement exercises on Thursday at Temple University School of Medicine, Philadelphia Pa. She is a 1967 graduate of Flathead High School and received a bachelor of science degree from Wheaton College, Wheaton, 111., in 1971. Dr. Milliner will continue her training as a resident in internal medicine at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn., beginning in January, 1977. Her husband, Dr. Eric Milliner, also will be on the staff in psychiatrics. events WEDNESDAY P a r e n t s W i t h o u t Partners, BB, 6:30 p.m. - NCOA and Auxiliary, Eagle's Hall, 7:30 p.m. Duplicate Bridge, bridge center, 7:30 p.m. Bicentennial public spr- i n g c o n c e r t , T r i n i t y Lutheran Church, fill 3rd Ave. E., 8 p.m. Duplicate Bridge, bridge center, 7:30 p.m. Mountain View Birthday Club. Little Red School House-luncheon, 1 p.m. Past President's parley, Kaye Steven's home, 8 p.m. THURSDAY J. Ray Myers reception, Cornelius Hedges gymnasium, 7:30 p.m. Kalispell Junior High School spring concert, KJHS gymnasium, 8 p.m. Klothes Closet open house, 228 N. Nucleus Ave., Columbia Falls, 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. Title I Parent Advisory Council election, Creston School, 7 p.m. J. Ray Myers open house, Cornelius Hedges School, 7:30 p.m. Daughters of Isabella, St. M a t t h e w ' s Social Center, 8 p.m. Flathead Chapter of Montana Wilderness Association, First National Bank, 7:30 p.m. FRIDAY Camas Hot Springs Senior Citizen Center open house, beginning at noon. Mrs. Fred (Frieda) Paxton open house, 245 Fifth Ave. E., 2-4 p.m. RSVP offers transportation Representatives from the Retired Senior Volunteer Program have announced that anyone needing transportation to the polls in the Kalispell area may call the RSVP office at 755-5300 between 8 a.m. and 5 p rn Thursday. ' Seniors have open house There will be a special open house reception af: the Camas Hot Springs Senior Citizens Center beginning at noon Friday. Refreshments will be served and live music will be provided all day by old time fiddle-rs and others. The public is invited. Counsell receives award HAVRE -- Steve Counsel!, son of Mrs. Ethel Counsell of Kslispell, has been awarded a $100 scholarship from Triangle Telephone Company in Havre. He is a student at Northern Montana College in Havre, majoring in electronics. Choir makes tour One of the signs of the rapidly closing school year is a unique tour taken by the 122 member choir of Linderman School. Started from the idea of a s.eventh grade choir member three years ago, the; Linderman group departs from school each day for concerts in public elementary schools. The unique factor of this tour is that the students do not walk, they do not ride buses, they are not taken in cars, but each student rides a bicycle. This creates a line of bicycles moving through Kalispell, about four or five blocks long. Future concerts are at 1:15 p.m. Thursday at Peterson School and 12:45 p.m. Friday at Cornelius Hedges. Roger Fincher enters residency n r i A M r t T7/"M-tre" " M T \ TI G R A N D FORKS, N.D. - Roger Fincher, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Fincher of Kalispell received his first M.D. degree during May commencement services at the University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, N.D. As a participant in the UNO School of Medicine's new 2:1:1 program, Fincher attended the school for two years of basic science study and then spent one year of clinical science study at the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn., before returning to North Dakota for the final clinical year. Fincher will enter a residency program at the University of Oregon. Portland, Ore., for advanced training in the medical speciality of urology. He is a 1967 graduate of Flathead High School. ROGER FINCHER EN JOY PAST A!* ^--^ Tivrrrr ITU iiu/-urr rf ' TAYSTEE ITALIAN CHEF QUALITY PASTA PRODUCTS Naturally Wholesome! Mode of choice Amber Durum/ Hard Wheat UNBLEACHED Vitamin-Enriched Flour NO artificial coloring or flavoring NO preservatives or other Chemicals! (m «*, wgar or oil) Act Now on rhn momy-taring orhrl

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