The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana on June 2, 1976 · Page 12
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The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana · Page 12

Kalispell, Montana
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Wednesday, June 2, 1976
Page 12
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B--2 · · WcdVwedcy, Jun* 2, 1876 Trw Daily Inter Laks, K«llsp«fl, Mor.Una Guests and family love herbed chicken Fried chicken and homemade biscuits accent a Bicentennial theme for spring and summer cooking. What better way to celebrate the Bicentennial than with a summer menu planned around an American favorite combination of fried chicken, homemade biscuits and corn on the cob. With these go fresh tomatoes, cucumbers and whatever else is fresh from the local gardens and orchards. SUSIE'S HERBED FRIED CHICKEN 2 (2Vi to 3 pounds each) chickens, cut into eighths 1 cup all-purpose flour Vi cup dry bread crumbs 1 tablespoon onion powder 2 teaspoons paprika 2 teaspoons salt Ite teaspoons poultry seasoning "A teaspoon ground black pepper Oil Dredge chicken pieces in flour mixed with bread crumbs, onion powder, paprika, salt, poultry seasoning and black pepper. Fry, a few pieces at a time, in deep oil preheated to 400 degrees until golden and tender, about 20 minutes. Or, if desired, pour oil to depth of 1-inch in a large skillet. Heat until hot. Add chicken to skillet, being careful not to overcrowd. Brown slowly on both sides. Return all browned chicken to skillet. Cover and cook slowly, turning once until chicken is tender, about 30 minutes. Remove cover last 5 minutes of cooking for a crispy crust. Makes 8 to 10 portions. WILLIAMSBURG BUNS 1 cup milk Vi cup sugar Vt Clip sherry (or cider) Vf cup margarine 1 teaspoon salt 1 package active dry yeast V4 cup warm water (105 to 115 degrees) 5 cups flour (about) 1 teaspoon nutmeg 1 teaspoon mace 2 eggs, well beaten Melted margarine Grease 36 (two and one-half by one and one-quarter inch) muffin cups. Scald milk; remove from heat and stir in sugar, sherry, margarine and salt, Cool to lukewarm. Sprinkle yeast in warm water and stir to dissolve. Stir 1 cup of the flour, nutmeg and mace into lukewarm milk mixture. Stir in yeast. Add eggs; beat until smooth. Stir In remaining flour, a little at a time, until dough can be easily handled. Turn dough onto lightly floured surface. Knead until smooth and elastic. Place in oiled bowl smooth side down, then turn over dough so smooth side is up. Cover. Let rise in warm place until doubled, about 90 minutes. Punch down. Divide into 3 balls. Divide each ball into 12 equal parts. Shape into balls and place in muffin pans. Let rise again until doubled in bulk, about 45 minutes. Brush balls with melted margarine. Bake in 350 degree oven 20 to 25 minutes or until golden brown. Makes 36 buns. clublicity Mountain View Homemakers The May meeting of the Mountain View Homemakers took place at Pat Stahlberg's home where Marlene Stevens was installed as president. Betty Heino was elected secretary-treasurer and Dixie Gaschet del'Isle, past president, was given a plant from the club members. Ms. Stevens gave a report on spring council and discussed commitments for working in the fair booth. Gaschet del'Isle was named chairman of the amblyopia clinic and later she demonstrated how to dry flowers. Karen Peterson showed how to arrange dried flowers. New projects are cake decoration, September; crime prevention, October; and dairy foods for November. A special meeting is planned for June 9 at Gaschet ttel'Isle's home. Anyone interested in joining the club may call 7567379 or 755-6146. Kila School Board The regular May meeting of the Kila School Board took place recently with Paul Palmer being installed as chairman of the board. Mrs. Phyllis Fischer gave a report on her trip to Billings for the Title 9 sex discrimination meetings. The clerk stated that the teachers were interested in taking the Blue Cross Dental plan in conjunction with their other insurance plan, but the members voted not to pay the insurance premium at this time. The board met later with 15 parents during an open · meeting and Russ Rieben of the disposal office stated .that they were in the process of trying to relocate the , .garbage disposal site because the Kalispell residents "were using it instead of driving to the county site near Whitefish. He asked for any suggested areas and requested members to contact his office for further information or proposed sites. Mrs. Hazel Riser asked board members about the possibility of starting a kindergarten and they requested that she contact the superintendents office for pertinent information. Whitefish church has international program WHITEFISH - "The Internationals," a team of international students from Azusa Pacific College, will present a special program at 7:30 tonight in the Whitefish Church of the Nazarene, 1125 7th St. E., Whitefish. The program will provide miscellaneous musical selections, testimonies and international highlights. The ensemble includes Clement Mapanda and his native drums, of Rhodesia and Wanda Wang of Taiwan, singing. Also, the testimony of Jacob Mathew of India, president APC's international students; and Michelle Hall of Pasadena, Calif., at the piano. Dr. and Mrs. C.A. Sawtell are the group sponsors and he is chairman of the college's English department. Dr. Sawtell is from Iowa and his wife is from Illinois. The students from Rhodesia, Taiwan and India plan to return to their native land to minister the gospel of Jesus Christ. "These students will blend the charms of Eastern and Western cultures to produce an inspiring evening of music and message," the Rev. Frank Dabney said. He also said, "Those who see, hear and meet them will find it an experience never to be forgotten." Dale Lauman is district governor DALE LAUMAN BOZEMAN - Dale Lauman of Somers has been elected governor of District 37-D of the Lions Club during the district convention in Bozeman during May. He is a member of the Flathead Lake Lions Club and will serve as district governor from July 1, 1976, to June 30, 1977. Lauman is a charter member of the Somers-Lakeside area club and has served his district in many capacities before being elected governor. District 37-D has 40 Lions Clubs which serve Montana and Alberta. Lauman is postmaster at Bigfork and resides in Somers with his wife Lois. Susan Stephenson named Miss Wheelchair Montana Bigfork has royalty Bgbbi Sliler was crowned queer and Mike Wolstein as king during the Bigfork High School's Junior Prom at the Outlaw Inn during May. Princess titles went to Debbie Anders and Debbie Heinz with Bruce Ross and Mark Mauritsen as princes. fashion Fabrics events MISSOULA -- Susan Stephenson has two traffic tickets she refuses to pay. On dates she would rather listen to good music and talk to people in bars than go to a movie. And she is "Miss Wheelchair Montana" for 1977.. She was named "Miss Wheelchair Montana" May 16 at the University of Montana in Missoula, where she is Happy winner Susan Stephenson is assisted by Seaman Bob Mudri of Missoula after winning the title of "Miss Wheelchair Montana" for 1976 at the University of Montana in Missoula. a junior majoring in social work. She was chosen over five other contestants, based on her accomplishments, personality and appearance. "I'm opposed to any kind of beauty contest," Susan said,' 'and I would have left if the judges had asked any pat questions or that type of thing. But I entered the pageant because I had something to say and I knew there was someone there to listen." Susan said her role as the new "Miss Wheelchair Montana" is one or promoting other handicapped people, not herself. "I feel that some handicapped people hide behind their disabilities. Once they realize they are a person, they can become a super asset to society," she said. Susan said that overcoming architectual barriers, such as street curbs, stairways and bathrooms is the real handicap for disabled persons, not the wheelchair itself. According to Susan, Missoula has made little effort in accommodating the needs of the handicapped, "Curbs and stairways in downtown Missoula need to be ramped," E!;~ said, "and improvements need to be made on the university campus so that handicapped students are not limited to the number of buildings they can enter. "I'm outgoing," Susan said, "so I'll ask for help getting upstairs or over a curb, but some handicapped people are shy, introverted and afraid to ask for assistance. That stops them from having a normal life." Susan also finds parking her car downtown a problem. "I received two tickets that I won't pay," she said. "One for parking two inches over a yellow line and another for backing into a parking spot so 1 could get my chair out of the car. Missoula needs to consider the problems handicapped people have such as that." Susan, 21, is a native of Roundup, where she completed her sophomore year in high school. She moved to Missoula in 1971 and graduated from Sentinel High School in 1973. She has been in a wheelchair since a car accident five years ago. "Other people, especially my mother, were the most important factor in helping me to cope with living in a wheelchair," Susan said. "Someday I want to work as a counselor in the Denver Rehabilitation Center where I went after the accident." Susan, daughter of Mary Jean Stephenson, of Missoula, plans to attend school in Sacramento, Calif, next year. She will commute to Montana to fulfill her duties as "Miss Wheelchair Montana" and she will represent the state in the "Miss Wheelchair America Pageant" this September in Columbus, Ohio. "I'm going to Sacramento next year because it will be a challenge," Susan said. "Challenges are important to me; I want people to realize the wheelchair, yes, but I also want them to realize me as a person." With someone like Susan, that doesn't seem hard to do. FASHION BY THE YARD NOTICE: Hems for the events calendar cannot be accepted over the' telephone. Notices musJ be written out or typed and either mailed or brought to the Inter Lake office. Cut-off lime for notices is noon the day before the item is to appear. WEDNESDAY P a r e n t s W i t h o u t Partners, Country Kitchen, 6:30 p.m. Tops Mt. 184, Episcopal Church -- Dicky Hall, 7 p.m. THURSDAY United Presbyterian Women, church parlor, 1:30 p.m. Elks Ladies, Elks Club, 1:30 p.m. K a l i s p e l l A m e r i c a n Legion and A u x i l i a r y , Legion Hall, installation, 8 p.m. FRIDAY N u t r i t i o n P r o g r a m senior citizen's rummage sale, 1245 4th Ave. E., 10 a.m.-5 p.m. P a r e n t s W i t h o u t P a r t n e r s , 107 W. Evergreen, 7:30 p.m.; Four Corners-10 p.m. Flathead Rose Society, Askelson Realty, 3 W. Idaho, 7:30 p.m. F l a t h e a d R o u n d Dancers, Gore's Hall, 8:30 p.m. SATURDAY F u n s t e p p e r s S q u a r e Dance, Gore's Hall, 8 p.m. Fedraheimen Lodge, Sons of N o r w a y H a l l , executive-7 p.m., club -- 8 p.m. SUNDAY International Order of Job's Daughters installation, Masonic Temple, 2 p.m. 1976 Lo Kno Pla Award's party, Hockaday Center for the Arts, 3 p.m. - P a r e n t s W i t h o u t Partners. Federal Land Bank Bldg.. 8 p.m. White Shrine, potluck, Roy Edward's home, 601 1st Ave. E.. 1 p.m. Sale Good Today Thru Sot., June 5th The Biggest Polyester Event Of The Year! Double Knits ·100% Polyester ·60" Wide ·Spring Summer Colors Available Values to 2.98 ^^%^YD 99 Fashion By The Yard.... Texturized Polyester · Many Checks With Solids Available To Match ·100% Polyester \J45" Wide! Sew For Summer With... Broadcloth Prints ·65% Polyester 36% Cotton ·45" Wide ·Designer Lengths 0 YD Hours: Monday thru Friday 9:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Saturday - 9:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Sunday - Noon to 5:00 p.m. J IN THE GIBSON CENTER Highway 2 West · Kalispell Phone 756-2588 SimpKcity tic-Oil IV

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