Tyrone Daily Herald from Tyrone, Pennsylvania on October 5, 1988 · Page 3
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Tyrone Dally Herald, Wednesday, October 5, 1988 Pag« It's the season for apples and . . . better yet . . . apple pie. Everybody has a favorite apple for muching, but the universal favorites for Mom's apple pie are the green Granny Smith and the luscious tart Mclntosh. "The Great American Pie Book" recommends several apple pie recipes, starting with this old favorite and getting fancier and fancier with every page. MOM'S APPLE PIE 2Yi pounds Granny Smith or other tart green apples, peeled, cored and sliced Xt to Y* cup sugar (to taste) 2 Tblsp. flour 1 tsp. cinnamon y t • tsp. grated lemon rind Vi tsp. lemon juice 2 Tblsp. butter, cut into bits pastry for 9" double crust pie Mix first seven ingredients and place in pie shell. Add top crust and bake 15 minutes at 450 degrees and 30 minutes at 350 degrees. DUTCH APPLE PIE Prepare Mom's Apple Pie and cut large vents in the top crust. Seven minutes before pie is done, remove from oven and pour % cup heavy cream into the pie through the vents. Return to the oven and complete baking. Wait ten minutes before cutting. APPLE CRUMB PIE Prepare Mom's Apple Pie, but instead of a pastry top, cover with Crumb Topping, made by combining */i cup flour, 1 A cup brown sugar, 1 A cup butter and 1 tsp. cinnamon. Crumble the ingredients together and sprinkle on top of pie. Bake 10 minutes at 450 degrees and 30 minutes at 375 degrees. HARVEST APPLE PEE 2 pounds tart green cooking apples, peeled, cored and sliced 1 cup dark raisins Vi cup chopped dates V* cup chopped nuts Vi cup brown sugar 2 Tblsp. flour 2 Tblsp. butter, cut into bits 1 tsp. cinnamon /j tsp. grated orange rind Vi cup apple cider pastry for two crust 9" pie Mix first ten ingredients and put into pie shell. Add top crust. Bake 15 minutes at 450 degrees and 30 minutes at 350 degrees. APPLE PECAN PIE 3 /» cup light brown sugar Xz cup unsalted butter, cut into bits Xz cup dark corn syrup 4 eggs 1 tsp. grated lemon peel IXz cups peeled, cored and coarsely chopped tart cooking apples IXz cups chopped pecans unbaked 9" pie shell Beat the brown sugar, butter, and corn syrup together with electric mixer. Add eggs and lemon peel and beat until well mixed. Stir in the apples and pecans, pour into the pie shell, and bake 10 minutes at 450 degrees and 30 minutes at 350 degrees. Let cool before serving. This is arich dessert . . . especially if you serve it with whipped cream on top'. Last week we received a letter from a reader in (youl! never believe this) California! The letter called our attention to a mistake in a recipe for Apple Walnut Cake thatappeared in the September 14th Cook's Corner column. We omitted a very important ingredient, the eggs! (And made up for it by listing the walnuts twice.) Here's the recipe again . . . just in time for apple season. APPLE WALNUT CAKE 4 cups chopped apples 2 cups sugar 2 -^ggs Xz cup vegetable oil - 2 cups flour 1 tsp. salt : 2 tsp. cinnamon 1 cup chopped walnuts 2 tsp. vanilla 2 tsp. soda Combine apples with sugar and set aside. Beat eggs and add vanilla and oil. Combine flour, salt, soda and cinnamon. Add dry ingredients, alternately with apples, to egg mixture. Add nuts. Bake in a 13" x 9" greased and floured pan 45 minutes to one hour at 350 degrees. TODAY'S TIP — Baked apples make a simple, delicious dessert, especially when the apples are tart and flavorful. Pare, core, and cut in half enough apples to fill a 9"x 13" bakingpan; cover with a syrup of 1 cup sugar, 1 cup water, 1 Tblsp. cornstarch and 1 Tblsp. vanilla. Bake at 350 degrees until tender. Baste the apples with the syrup occasionally while baking. Shulmari Visits Anderson-Denny Mr. and Mrs. James Morrissey Cheryl Ann McCahan, James Morrissey Wed Cheryl Ann McCahan and James Morrissey were married Sept. 17 at 7 p.m. at the Wesley United Methodist Church with the Rev. Fetterman officiating at the double ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Alberta and Donald McCahan, 708 Washington ave. The bridegroom is the son of Mary Jane and James Morrissey of Bald Eagle. Rick Ayers and Dawn Calderwood were the soloists and Mrs. Gilbert Summers was the organist. Pianist was Eileen Mitchell. The bride, who was given in marriage by her parents, was attended by Lee Ann Spangler, honor attendant, and Brenda McCahan, Linda Greene, sisters of the bride, and Karen McNaughton, bridesmaids. Shane Pedeli was best man and ushers were Jerry McCahan, brother of the bride, Richard Candidate loses by one vote — his own BOSTON (UPI) — Governor's Councilor Herbert Connolly has lost a recount of his Sept. 15 primary battl e against Robert B. Kennedy by one vote — his own. Connolly, whose lawyer hopes a court will order a special election, admitted he arrived at his Newton precinct a few minutes after polls closed. "I'Was campaigning in Waltham and I waited until the last moment to race over to Newton," Connolly, 67, told The Boston Sunday Globe. The delay proved decisive. A recount gave Kennedy, a Lowell city councilor, a 14,716 to 14,715 victory in the race for Democratic nomination for one of eight seats on the council that approves judicial nominations and state bill payments. Rep. William F. Galvin, a state election law expert serving as Connolly's lawyer, said he will-ask a court Monday to delay printing the Nov. 8 ballot until the question of the nomination is resolved. Galvin predicted the courts will order a special election. Had the contest ended in a tie, the decision would have fallen to Democratic ward and town committees. But Connolly won't be out of the woods even if a special election is ordered. Republican nominee Jody Dow has asked the state Ballot Law Commission to declare Connolly a "fictitious and non-existent person" because he gave a false address on the ballot. Renee School of Dance under the direction of Renee Francis is offering lessons in Tyrone to children of all ages through adults BALLET, TAP, JAZZ & POINTE For Information Please Call 944-8484 or 942-O961 Greene, brother-in-law of the bride, and Dave Collins, brother-in-law of the bridegroom. Eric and Michael Greene, nephews of the bride, were acolytes. Hollie Gross was guest book attendant, Jerry McCahan Jr. was bulletin attendant. Following the ceremony a reception was held at the Bellwood Eagles Hall. A rehearsal dinner was held at LaScalias. Mrs. Morrissey is a graduate of Tyrone Area High School, class of 1986 and a 1988 graduate of South Hills Business School, State College. Mr. Morrissey is a 1985 graduate of Tyrone Area High School and is currently serving with the U.S. Navy aboard the USS Billfish as a nuclear reactor operator. Following a wedding trip to Block Island, R.I., the couple is residing in Summervilie, S.C. Sinking Valley Grange Welcomes New Members Sinking Valley Grange 484 welcomed five new members in its September 29 meeting conducted by Master Mahlon Lepperd. They are: Carole Crawford, Joanne Shiftier, Vevala McCutcheon, Marjorie Liggins, and Nancy Nichols. The Grange charter was draped in honor of Earl Crismore who passed away this week. He had been a member of the Sinking Valley Grange for 61 years. James Dixon sang two songs. They were "Oh! What A Beautiful Morning", from Oklahoma and "Stu- baw", made famous by Peter, Paul and Mary. He will be going to Grampion, Pa., October 8 to sing in the regional Grange talent contest. During the business meeting Master Lepperd encouraged the new members to join Pamona Grange. Shirl Dillon, Master of Blair Co. Pamona Grange attended the meeting.'He told of the Pamona banquet that will be held November 2, 1988 at Williamsburg, Pa. Tickets for the banquet are available from Master Lepperd- at 944-2766. Mrs. Verva Miles won the Blair Co. sticky roll contest. She will be bakingrolls to go for judging at State Grange held in Allentown this year. CarrieTYederick and her kitchen crew were thanked for a job well done during the Sinking Valley Farm Show. It was announced there will be a chicken barbeque at the Grange Oct. 29, 1988. The program was a question answer session for the new members to learn Grange history. The next meeting will be held October 20,1988 at 7:30. The Granger of the year award will be given at that meeting. Now You Know By United Press International Dino, the Plintstones' dinosaur- like pet in the television cartoon series, was actually a snorkasauras. Its voice was done by Chips Spam. Tyrone Hospital Visitation of 22rid District Commander Clarence Shulman, Altoona, highlighted the regular monthly meeting of Anderson .Denny Post #4559, Veterans of Foreign Wars at the post home Tuesday. District 22 encompasses the counties of Blairj Centre and Clearfield and includes 28 posts making the Central District one of the largest in the State of Pennsylvania. Commander Shulman was introduced by post Commander Thomas Fisher who chaired the busy session. Shulman outlined the many facets of the Veterans of Foreign Wars programs and encouraged the post to accept the challenge to exceed previous goals that have been attained by the local post. Traveling with Commander Shulman was -the District Inspector, Nick Ardizzone, who inspected the posts records, etc. and submitted a favorable report of all areas of participation in not only the Districts activities but the Department of Pennsylvania and the National Organization. A monetary donation was approved for the American Paralyzed Veterans organization. And the local post will once again sponsor a team in the YMCA youth basketball program. Communication was read from the James E. VanZandt Medical Center in Altoona thanking the post for the social programs for the guests of the institution. It was also noted that the annual Christmas party for the guests of the VanZandt Center will be held December 21 and will include the visitation of Department of Pennsylvania Commander Almon Long. The annual Christmas party for Scotland School will be held December 3,1988 and the local post will be represented by Commander Fisher and other officers. Service officer, Ronald Sprankle noted that 3 new cases had been opened for veterans benefits and 93 cases have been successfully resolved. Jr. Vice-Commander Carl Whe- Planes Collide, No injuries PALMDALE, Calif. (UPI) —Two small planes collided in flight Sunday, causing "substantial" damage to' both aircraft but no injuries'to their four occupants, Federal Aviation Administration authorities said. A single-engine Cessna 150 with two people aboard apparently struck a Piper Cherokee, also with two occupants, about 8 miles northeast of Palmdale in Los Angeles County about 10:55 a-.m., said FAA duty officer Dick Hallen. Both pilots were able to land safely at Palmdale Airport, he said. 'There was substantial damage to both planes," Hallen said. land reported that membership for 1989 has now reached the Kalf-way point and he is anticipating 100 p*T- ; ' cent by the end of the calendar year, Eugene C, Johnson, General Ghairmari of the annual Veterans day observance said there wil]_ be. a meeting for the purpose of outlining this years observance at the VFW Post on Tuesday evening, Octobe'r llth, at 7:00 o'clock. All interested persons are encouraged to attend. Charles Buck, Clubmen's liason officer reminded delegates that the regular monthly meeting of the', Clubmens Association will be held this evening at the VFW. Memorial services were..conducted for three members who have passed away since the last meeting. They were Charles D. Riggleman, Richard McNelis and William Diehl.. One new member was accepted into the post.- .. , Election of officers for the 1988-89 year in the Home Association" followed the regular meeting. Elected^, to serve were President, Arthur Golyer; Vice President, Thomas Fisher; Secretary, Wilbur Walk arid Treasurer, Nick Leasure. Remaining members of the Board included James Ewing, Guy Mogle, Robert Long, Ronald Sprankle, Charles Buck, Santo Turiano' and Charles Bressler. Refreshments were served by Robert Long and Santo Turiano. Next regular meeting of Post #4559 will be Tuesday, Nov. 1. Jaycees Annual Parade Any organization or groups wishing to enter please contact 684-5859 or 684-5973 Before October 24 THANK YOU The Tyrone Rotary Club expresses Thanks to the People, Exhibitors and Merchants for the support of Farm City Day. Gratefully Dick Welliver, Chairman Dan and Sheryl Swayne, of Tampa, Fla., are the parents of a daughter, Kathleen Elizabeth, born Sept. 29. Grandparents are Gil and Judy Swayne, of Tyrone RD 2, and Daryl and Joanne Hixon, of Pittsburgh. Great grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Norman Swayne and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hampton, all of Tryone. Mr. and Mrs. Brian L. Swayne, of 721 East Pricard Place, Fort Knox, Ky., formerly of Tyrone, are the parents of a daughter, Chelsea Marissa, their second child, born Friday, Sept. 30, at 2:45 p.m. at Ireland Army Community , Hospital, Fort Knox. She weighed 9 pounds 3 ounces and was 20Xz " long. Mrs. Swayne is the former Tracy Lynn McKinley, daughter of Mrs. Sally Steele. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Richard P. Steele, of Altoona, and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Swayne, of Tyrone. Great grandparents are Mrs. Betty Kaylor Boslet, of Altoona, and Mrs. Bernard L. Bookhamer and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Swayne, all of Tyrone. Chelsea has a brother, Adam Michael, who was two years old Sept. 19. GARAGE SALE Used and Rebuilt Appliances 20" Gas Range, Like New) Save '100 NOW $ 199.95 Maytag Auto Washer — Snedal ONLY $ 88.OO Special Maytag Dryer for Bottled Gas Can be converted to Natural Gas A Buy .ONLY $ 99.95 G.E. Auto Washer $ 85.00 Maytag Wringer Washers Square Tub — 1 Only Round Tub — 1 Only $ 145.00 $ 140.OO Hoover Portable Spin Washer 1 Only $ 125.OO BOB 'SxELECTRlC CALL 689-1540 —"tYRONE ADMISSION Erma Sessamen, RD 3. DISCHARGED Bernard Miller, RD 1. Sharon McCaulley, RD 4. Darlene Wolfe-Confer and baby ' boy, RD 2, Centre Hall. Baby girl Cushion, 1401 Clay Avenue. CHAPLAIN , The Rev. Philip Moore, Bald Eagle I • and Grazierville United Methodist Churches. (This is a partial list as submitted by. j Tyrone Hospital.) Tyrone Hospital j 684-12S5 Tjrone Hospital. We baby Moms and Dads. Some things that happen to expectant parents on their way to becoming full-fledged mothers and fathers should never be forgotten. So we've' created a special diary where you can list events such as: the day you heard your baby's heartbeat for the first time, speculation about the baby's gender, or some names the bid could have been stuck with. It's called Tyrone Hospital's Words & Times Vforth Keeping. To get your free copy of this special memory book, send us the coupon below. We'll send you the diary along with a few "words to beep" regarding the special one-on-one care, backed by the ultimate in obstetrics you'll find at Tyrone Hospital. Name. Address. i I Please send me the Tyrone Hospital "Words & Times I j Vtonh Keeping", j L_. -„. .—. 1

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