The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana on November 19, 1975 · Page 4
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Kalispell, Montana
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Wednesday, November 19, 1975
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A-4 Wednesday, November 19, 1975 The Dally Inter Lake. Kalispell, Montana social scene Church has bazaar Baked goods, candies, Christmas decorations, toys, fancy work, quills and many other handmade items will be on sale dui ing the pre-holiday bazaar set for Friday, at Central Christian Church. Bazaar hours are from 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. in the fellowship hall and lunch will be served from 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. The menu includes a hot dish, salads, hot rolls, cookies. coff=e and tea for $2.50 per person. Coffee, tea and cookies will be served during bazaar hours. The public is invited to attend the bazaar or luncheon. Library offers exhibit New books will be on display Friday, at Fiathead County Library and readers may select or borrow books from the display. Headers should inquire at the circulation desk for a listing of all books received during the last three months, and place requests for titles not found on the shelves. Tomorrow has election POLSON - Flathead Tomorrow will meet at 8 p.m., Thursday, in the Poison High School Lecture Room 1W for their annual election of officers. Dave Erickson. Lake County planner, will be the guest speaker. Diabetes Assn. to meet Klathead Valley Unit of the American Diabetes Assn. will meet at 8 p.m., Friday, in the Conrad Bank Community Room to continue the diet and the diabetic study. Interested persons are invited to attend the meeting as new members will be allowed to join. One benefit of membership is receipt of the A m e r i c a n D i a b e t i c Assn. p u b l i c a t i o n , "Forecast." The program will include evaluation of a variety of foods which can be adapted (o the exchange system. Miss Hawaii relates to adjustment TULSA, Okla. (AP) - Cathy Burden, the new Miss Teenage America, says she can "really understand both sides" of abortion arguments, but believes it "depends on the situation" and "shouldn't be abused." The 16-year-old Miss Hawaii was named Miss Teenage America here Saturday night in a 90-minute nationally televised event. "I don't feel any different," she said Sunday "I haven't changed. I would like people to think I am the same person." Miss Durden was bom in San Francisco and has lived in Phoenixville, Pa., Silver Springs, Md., and Shimizu-cho, Japan. She now lives in Kaneohe Hawaii. Her talent act was a demonstration of the art of Japanese flower arrangement. A high school senior with an A average. Miss Durden will receive a $10,000 college scholarship for wiwiing and plans to become an interpreter. She said she speaks fluent Japanese, and was a foreign-exchange student last year in Japan. Mary Virginia Thompson of Shelby, N. C., was the second-place winner in the competition; Karen Seymour-Jones of Harrington Park, N.J., won third and Ann Karen Roscopf of Helena, Ark., won fourth place. events WEDNESDAY P a r e n t s W i t h o u t Partners, Joe's V i s t a Linda, 6:3D p.m. Flathead Taxpayers As- sn., Conrad National Bank Community Room, 7:30 p.m. Flathead Lake Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star, Bigfork Masonic Temple, 8 p.m. By DARIENE BURR1S Ir.ter Lake partly Editor resigns as pastor REV. BERNARD COLBY Representatives of the First Church of the Nazarene in Kalispell are announcing that the Rev. Bernard Colby has resigned as pastor to take a pastorate in Napa, Calif. . The Rev. Colby will be preaching his last message to the Kalispell congregation on Sunday morning. · During his three years in Kalispell there has been a marked spiritual growth and size of the congregation. The Rev. Colby has been active in the Evangelical Ministerial Fellowship and was on the executive committee with the Lundstrom Team a year ago. Members of the congregation are having a farewell open house in the church's social center from 6:30 - 9 p.m., Thursday, and all friends of the Rev. and Mrs. Colby are invited to attend S U R E . . . Smalt Space Ads Attract Attention. 3 DAYS ONLY CHILDREN'S SHOES BY LAZY^BQNES 'SAVE UP TO $ 6 40 'CASUAL DRESS STYLES 'ALL LEATHER UPPERS 'SIZES INFANTS TO BIG BOYS GIRLS 'NARROW, MEDIUM WIDE WIDTHS Duplicate Bridge, bridge center, 7:30 p.m. Klathead Uke Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star, Bigfork Masonic Temple, 8 p.m. F l a t h e a d C o u n t y Democratic Women's Club, A! Rierson's home, 8 p.m. Backcounlry Horsemen, First National Bank Community Room, 8 p.m.; directors -- 7:30 p.m THURSDAY Kalispell Newcomers 751 Fifth Ave. W.N., 10 a.m. W h i t e f i s b C h r i s t i a n W o m e n ' s C l u b , Viking Lodge, 12:30 p.m. Circle I, 628 Second Ave E.; II, 1125 First Ave. E · HI,'476 Fifth Ave. E N IV, 1009 Eighth Ave. E · V 319 Third St. W., Apt. 4J Rev. and Mrs. Bernard Colby farewell open house - First C h u r c h of the Nazarene social center 6:30-9 p.m. Christian Business and Professional Women's Council, Hacienda, 7 p.m. Sweet Adelines, Conrad Bank, 7:30 p.m. NCOA and Auxiliary, Eagles, 7:30 p.m. F l a t h e a d C o u n t y Bicentennial Committee, Conrad Bank Community Room, 7:30 p.m. S t i l l w a t e r G r a n g e , grange hall, 8 p.m. Smith Valley Shooting S t a r s , S m i t h V a l l e y Grange Hall, 8 p.m. · Flathead Tomorrow, Poison High School Lecture Room 1M, 8 p.m. 2 1 7 Mom . Kalispell DEEPENING THE SPIRITUAL LIFE SERIES -AT- NORTHRIDGE HEIGHTS CHURCH OF GOD NOVEMBER 23-26 YOU ARE INVITED TO HEAR MARY WEBSTER L STANLEY JONES SAYS *"The most radiant Christian I know." *"ln these five years she has gone further than I have seen anyone go in a lifetime." *"l have described her growthand insights and relations to life and tragedy in my book. 'Growing Spiritually' (weeks 30 to 32)." \\WWttlllUttfltMffitf On rare occasions someone comes along who is unique in their spirit and witness so as to speak I? fhe *?« h 'n8 h«0rt. in all of our churches. Mar V W«b»f«r is that kind of a person and w« wooW like to invite you to share her messages November 23 to 26 dairy; 10:00 A.M, and 7i30 ' · Thanksgiving recipes THANKSGIVING RECIPES Thanksgiving is just a week away and all homemakers are getting ready for the festive event For a doubly super Thanksgiving, consider two smaller birds rather than, a huge one. They are easier to store, handle, season and roast. Make each one different with its own glaze and dressing, emphasizing some of jour super-cook techniques Here are a few ideas tq start with, but go to your favorite cookbook and see. how many different ways you can prepare your turkey. CRANBERRY TWIN TURKEYS Make the two stuffings and the two sauces for glazing as directed. Stuff each turkey with a different stuf- iing just before placing th'em into the oven. Sprinkle turkeys inside and out with salt and pepper bluff turkeys and sew.or skewer opening. Place turkeys on a rack side by side in a shallow roasting pan. If turkeys become loo brown, cover with foil tents. · . : / , . ' ' Hoast turkeys at 350° F! as usual. Thirtv minutes Before turkeys are ready spoon over half of each of the .glazes. ' . Remove from oven and place turkeys on a large plat- Spoon remaining glazes over turkeys again. Garnish with parsley sprigs grapes. CRANBERRY-MAPLE GLAZE SAUCE (Enough glaze for 10 pound turkey) 'fi cup melted butter or margarine I teaspoon maple flavoring ; · .- CRANBERRY TWIN TURKEYS 1 teaspoon cornstarch 1 cup cranberry juice cocktail In a saucepan, mix butter, maple flavoring and cornstarch. Gradually stir in cranberry juice cocktail Stir over low heat until sauce bubbles and thickens. CRANBERRY FRUITED STUFFING (Enough stuffing for 10 pound turkey) Vz cup butter or margarine 2 large onions, chopped 1 can (11 ounces) mandarin oranges undrained ','2 teaspoon nutmeg 1 loaf (1 pound) bread, cut into cubes 2 cups fresh cranberries 1 teaspoon salt 2 teaspoons poultry seasoning Vt teaspoon' black pepper Jrtp 3 'Vr · Ski " et me " bUtter and ^e onions until golden. Stir in remaining ingredients Mix well and use mixture to stuff turkey. If any stuffing is left over it may be baked in a greased casserole for 1 hour. CRANBERRY SOY GLAZE SAUCE (Enough glaze for 10 pound turkey) .1 can (1 pound) jellied cranberry, sauce '/4 cup soy sauce · '_ ;'1 teaspoon.garlic powder Vi cup sherry \ Press cranberry sauce through a sieve and stir in remaining ingredients. CRANBERRY . BACON STUFFING (Enough stuffing for 10 pound turkey) Vz pound bacon, diced 2 cups chopped celery 2 cups shreded carrots 4 cups bread cubes 1 cup cranberry juice cocktail 1 teaspoon salt -1 cup chopped parsley In a large saucepan fry bacon until crisp. Saute celery and carrots in bacon drippings until wilted. Stir in remaining ingredients. Use mixture to stuff turkey. SPICED FRUITS (Serves 6 to 8) 2 cups fresh cranberries Vi cup sugar '.'2.cup water. Juice of 1 orange . 2 cups stemmed seedless green grapes '"·'/ 1 pear, cored and diced ·. · ·' 2 cups diced canned peaches 2 cinnamon sticks 8 whole cloves - .-. · In a large saucepan mix cranberries, sugar, water and orange juice. . .Bring to boil, and;then simmer 5 to 6 minutes or until .cranberries are tender. .^"l',«j - Stir in remaining ingredients and let stand until cool-^ chill until ready to^sferve^ · ' . · · - "·'.':':"'.* When ready to serve, remove whole spices. Recipe f can be doubled to feed a larger group. g A great way to make meals go farther with 3-Minute Brand Oats Salmon Croquettes, Chicken Casserole COOKS INtMl Send for recipe book Send us a 3-Minute Brand symbol from the package and 25C to cover the cost of postage and handling and we'll sendydu our 28-page Oatmeals" recipe book. Includes 49 delicious recipes from the 3-Minute Brand kitchen. National Oats Company, Inc P.O. Box 1628 Cedar Rapids, loiva 52406 1 enclose 25t for my copy of your Oatmeals recipe b6ok. 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