The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on January 8, 1986 · Page 5
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Vegetables (Continued from Page 1) Beef and Vegetable Soup % pound lean beef, julienned Ismail clove garlic, minced 1 tablespoon olive oil 2 (14Ms-oz. cans) beef broth 3 cups water Vs teaspoon pepper Dash ground cloves Salt to taste % cup small macaroni 1 cup frozen cut green beans 1 cup frozen peas 1 cup sliced carrots Vt cup dry sherry 2 tablespoons chopped parsley Saute beef and garlic in oil until beef is lightly browned. Add broth, water, pepper, cloves and salt. Bring to boil; simmer, covered, 15 minutes. Add macaroni and cook 5 minutes. Add remaining ingredients; return mixture to boil. Simmer, uncovered, 3 to 5 minutes or until all ingredients are thoroughly heated. Makes 9 cups or6 (1% cups each) servings. Skewered Vegetable Teriyaki 1 (IQ-oz.) package cauliflower, i tablespoon catsup 1% teaspoons brown sugar, packed Vt teaspoon cornstarch Vfe clove garlic, crushed Vs teaspoon ground ginger Vs teaspoon salt 6 fresh mushrooms. (about V4-lb.) Toasted sesame seeds frozen, or 2% cups, thawed 1 (10-oz.) package Brussels sprouts, frozen, or 2 cups, thawed 1 (10-oz.) package broccoli spears, frozen, or 2 cups, thawed and cut into 14-inch pieces 4 teaspoons soy sauce 1 tablespoon vegetable oil Separate vegetable pieces and drain thoroughly. Combine remaining ingredients except mushrooms and sesame seeds; mix well. Thread all vegetables-and mushrooms alternately onto 6 (12-inch) bamboo skewers. Place on large shallow baking pan. Brush generously with soy mixture. Bake at 400 degrees 10 to 12 minutes, brushing twice during baking with the remaining soy mixture. Sprinkle with sesame seeds. Serves 6. Broccoli and Turkey on Toast 1% cups Mozzarella cheese, shredded Pepper •1 slices hot toasted bread % pound sliced, hot cooked turkey or chicken 2 (10-oz.) packages broccoli spears, or 4 cups, frozen 2 tablespoons olive oil 1 small onion, thinly sliced 1 clove garlic, minced Wz tablespoons flour IMs cups chicken broth Heat olive oil in saucepan. Add onion and garlic; cook 3 minutes or until soft. Sprinkle with flour; mix well. Add broth; cook and stir over medium heat until thickened and bubbly. Add cheese and pepper and continue cooking until cheese melts; keep warm. Cook broccoli according to package directions, drain. Place broccoli and turkey on toast; top with sauce. Serves 4. Vandegrif t retires as publisher of Journal The Salina Journal Plus Wednesday. January 8,1986 Page a PUBLIC SALE Professional Updating Opportunities in Salina Courses for teachers, extension agents, agricultural businessmen, ministers and others. Kansas State University will offer the following courses during the Spring 1986 semester in Salina. Agriculture "Soil Problems/Soil Science." Tuesdays, 6:00-8:45 p.m.. January 21-April 29. Kansas Technical Institute. Technology Center. Room 106. Education "Rt,i;arch Methods and Treatment of p . "Mondays. 4:30-6:55 p.m.. January 20-May 5, Area Educational Resource Center. Room 9. "Educational Facility Planning." Wednesdays. 4:30-6:55 p.m.. January 22-May 7, Area Educational Resource Center, Room 9. "Adult Education Related to Higher Education," Tuesdays. 4:30-6:55 p.m.. January 21-May 6. Brown Mackie College. Library. "Readings: Readings on Reading Comprehension," by appointment. January 20-May 9. Area Educational Resource Center, Room 10. "Topics: Microcomputers lor Management ol Instruction," Tuesdays, 4:306:55 p.m.. January 21-May 6. Salina High School South, Computer Lab. "Topics: Trends in Teaching Reading Comprehension." Thursdays. 4:30-6:55 p.m.. January 23-February 20, Area Educational Resource Center. Room 9. "Topics: Reading Comprehension in Classroom Materials," Thursdays, 4:306:55 p.m , February 27-April 3. Area Educational Resource Center, Room 9. "Topics: Vocabulary Development in Reading Comprehension," Thursdays, 4:30-6:55 p in April 10-May 8. Area Educational Resource Center. Room 9 "Teacher Self-Assessment," Tuesdays, 4:30-7:05 p m.. January 2 l-May 6, Area Educational Resource Center. Room 9 English "Topics in Literature: The Modern Religious Novel." Tuesdays, 4:006:30 p.m. January 2 l-May 13. Area Educational Resource Center, Room 10. For more Information about enrollment conUct Ed Gonky, KSU DlvUlon of Continuing Education, 1.800-432-8222, 317 Umberger, KSU, Manhattan, KS 66506. JEAMBAS QHH IU CJH rang] Puzzle on Page 2 By LARRY MATHEWS Assistant News Editor Fred Vandegrift, 57, a fourth generation newspaperman, retired at the end of 1985 as president and publisher of The Salina Journal. Harris Rayl, who has been editor and assistant to the publisher, has succeeded Vandegrift as editor and publisher. Vandegrift's retirement ends a 33- year career in the newspaper business. He is a native of Pittsburg, Kan., where his father was advertising manager of the Pittsburg Headlight and Sun. When he was in the sixth grade, he moved with his family to Topeka where his father was general manager of the Topeka Capital-Journal. The family moved once more in 1940 to Grand Island, Neb., where his father was advertising manager of the Grand Island Independent and then became publisher and general manager until his death. Following graduation from high school, young Vandegrift served two years in the Navy and then attended the University of Nebraska. While in college he worked part time for the Grand Island Independent. He then worked about six months at the Independent as a full time advertising salesman before accepting a job on Jan. 28, 1952, with the advertising department of The Salina Journal. On Jan. 2, 1954, he transferred to The Chanute Tribune, another Harris Group newspaper, as advertising manager. But on Dec. 26 of that same year, he returned to Salina to take over as manager of The Journal's advertising department. He was appointed to The Journal's board of directors in 1956. He succeeded Whitley Austin, longtime Journal president and publisher, in 1975. Vandegrift has been active in the community. He served on the Industrial Development Committee, the Conventions and Tourism Committee and the board of directors of the Salina Area Chamber of Commerce. He chaired the chamber's Schilling Manor Task Force. He was a member of an advisory committee for Kansas Wesleyan, Brown Mackie College and the Salina Silver Sabres. He was on the board of directors of the Salina United Way, and was a trustee of St. John's Military School. Newspapering has changed dra- Sorry, you're not qualified for the job! matically over the last few decades, Vandegrift said. Its role hasn't changed, but the way the newspaper is produced and the way the newspaper is perceived have changed significantly. "Kansas probably has a history of newspapers and newspapermen like no other state in the union," Vandegrift said. Among those he cites are William Allen White, Oscar Stauffer, Jack Harris, Clyde Reed and Fred Brinkerhoff. "I don't believe we have the same colorful newspaper people that we used.to," he said. "But I guess the reason for that is so much of what we do now is giving a full report on the background of the news. Radio and television certainly report it sooner than we do." Newspapers once were relied upon as the sole news source, Vandegrift points out. But now radio and television give the news in capsule form. Newspapers provide depth and breadth. He also believes much of the fun has gone out of the newspaper business. Election night coverage is one example. "I can remember 30 years ago when p'eople would sit out across the street from the newspaper office to get the results of the election," he said. "That's absolutely a fact. We'd get the results from the wire and write them on sheets of paper and paste them in the window. And always, during elections, politicians and people active in politics would be in the newspaper office. It was a hub, the place where people could get information." The transmission of election results now is done electronically, instead of being gathered by local newspapers. And television now predicts election results even before the polls close. That, Vandegrift says, has taken all the excitement out of it and election night now is just another night to the newspaper staff. "I do think that newspapers still have a very powerful role in the community," he said. "Our role is one of trying to point out the wrongs and flaws in the way things are done and be a leader in change. "We're criticized a lot, and with some justice. But newspaper work is time consuming; it's hard work. You have to dig, talk to a lot of people, check and recheck your facts. "We're not infallible; we make mistakes. But we do try. We are professionals and proud of our profession." Vandegrift also is president of Consolidated Printing and Stationery Co., a position he will continue to hold, and he will maintain an office at Consolidated. He also will remain available to the Harris Group of 11. newspapers in Kansas, Iowa and California. Is fli/s your story? Do something about it, now! Attend The Brown Mackie College. Classes Start Monday, January 13th The Brown Mackie College advantage can work for you. Programs are keyed to train you efficiently in your chosen field in a minimum amount of time. We are so confident of your placement that we offer a Tuition Refund. 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