Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on July 16, 1974 · Page 4
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Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California · Page 4

Ukiah, California
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Tuesday, July 16, 1974
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4—Ukleh Dally Journal,, Ukiah Calif. Tuesday, July 16, T974 ON DECK DINING — A celebration on board means something special on the menu. That's the time to serve sweet and sour Sampan chicken on hot buttered rice, an easy one-dish meal that makes elegant on-deck dining. Favorite recipe Planning a shipboard celebration? Then a special dinner is de rigueur. And close quarters are no excuse for a less-than-elegant meal when one can prepare delicious, easy Sampan chicken. A cut-up fryer, browned in butter, is served in a sweet and sour sauce containing pineapple tidbits, green pepper strips and onion slices. Prepare this easy one-dish meal on board, or, for added convenience on a short cruise, cook the chicken and make the sweet and sour sauce Christian gals' luncheon- on July 23 Lee Sandelin of Ukiah Tour and Travel will give "Traveling Tips" to members of the Christian Women's Club July 23 as the club's special guest for its luncheon meeting at the House of Garner. Reservations must be made by July 22 with Loretta Challand, 462-1849. Lunch will be $3. Gayle Gilbert of Santa Rosa, a member of the Christian Women's Clttb for 15 years, and active in bible study fellowship for seven years in San Mateo, Santa Rosa and Palo Alto, will be the guest speaker. Betty Facciano will provide the luncheon music. Baby sitting will be provided at the Presbyterian Church between the hours of 12 and 2. Ukiah Grange meeting on Friday An Hawaiian program is planned for Friday evening's meeting of Ukiah Grange, following a 6:30 potluck dinner, it was revealed today by Grace Allen, lecturer. All "Grangers" are invited to attend, Grace says. She reports, those attending will have an opportunity to enjoy the new heating and air conditioning installed in the Grange hall on S. State street within the last month. Grange members: have been busy working on a new hamburger booth at Ukiah Fairgrounds, she reports, and committees are excited about the new feature booth the Grange is planning for this year's Redwood Empire Fair. MARRIED MEN There were 48,700,000 married men in the U.S. in March, 1973, the "Statistical Bulletin" for February of this year reports. ' This figure represents two- thirds of all males at ages 14 and over. Almost one -third were under 35 years of age, and an additional fifth were in the 35-44 age group. In the over 65 age group, there has been a steady increase. "They now number close to 6,400,000, or more than one- eighth of all married men." at home. Pack in separate containers, refrigerate on board and combine and heat just before serving. For a one-day outing make this chicken special ahead and tote it along in a covered skillet or casserole. Serve Sampan chicken on hot buttered rVce with crisp relishes, rolls and butter and cold milk. 'Carry-On Pudding' makes a quick and festive dessert. Just blend instant vanilla pudding and pie filling mix with milk, convenient and flavorful dairy.sour cream and almond extract. Cover and chill. Serve topped with fresh or canned fruit and toasted slivered almonds to complete a very special feast afloat. SAMPAN CHICKEN Vi c. firmly packed light brown sugar 2 tbsp. cornstarch Vz tsp. salt 'VA C , vinegar 1 tbsp. soy sauce 1 can (13V4 oz.) pineapple ' tidbits 1 c. green pepper strips V4 c. thinly sliced onion 6 tbsp. (%stick) butter 1 broiler-fryer chicken (2 ^-3 lbs.*), cut up Hot cooked rice In a bowl combine sugar, cornstarch, and salt; gradually add vinegar, then soy sauce, pineapple with syrup, green pepper and onion; set aside. In large skillet melt butter; add chicken pieces and brown on both sides. Cover and cook 30-40 minutes or until tender. Remove chicken from skillet; add pineapple-green pepper mixture. Cook over medium heat, stirring constantly, until thickened. Return chicken to skillet. Cover and simmer 5-10 minutes. Place rice on serving platter; top with chicken and sauce. Makes 4-6 servings. CARRY-ON PUDDING 1 c. milk 1 c. sour cream V* tsp. almond extract 1 pkg. (3% oz.) instant vanilla pudding and pie filling mix Fresh or canned fruit Toasted silvered almonds In a bowl with rotary beater or at lowest speed of electric mixer, beat together milk, sour cream and almond extract. Add pudding mix and beat until smooth and creamy, about 2 minutes. Divide into serving dishes. Cover and chill. To serve: top with fruit and almonds. Makes 4-6 servings. Photographers will enter district fair Photographers were reminded today by Richard Leamon, head of the Redwood Empire fair's arts and crafts department, that the department is again offering a photography section after many years absence of this form of art. Changes requested by photographers have been made by the fair board in the requirements for entries in this section and entry forms and premium lists are available at the 12th District Fairgrounds. There will be a black and white and a colored print division with two classes in each: any subject developed by commercial processing and any subject developed by the exhibitor. There will be a 15 cents entry fee per entry per class. Entries close July 26, so photographers should pick up their entry forms and fair books soon. Photos entered must have been taken since Aug. 1, 1973. Four ribbons will be given in each class in addition to the special award. Marketing alert Sweet cherries for the fresh market remain ample through mid-July. Production in the western states, excluding California, that ship most of the cherries in July will be close to the level of last season and more than double the short 1972 crop. Turkey supplies are expected to continue at record levels for July. New crop marketings are expected to be 10 per cent more than both July '73 and the '71-73 average. July 1 cold storage holdings are likely to be at record levels for that date — nearly twice the '71-73 average. Beef will continue in relatively large supply in July. Output is expected to exceed the year-ago level and approach the '70-72 average for the month. SPRING'S 1ST OUTING •The ready-to-steam-away arrangement is the blouse endowed with a whole new attitude. There is a super flattering cut of collar. Deco- inspired patterning can tie in with new straightlined, cuffless pants. NEWS abort MENDOCINO COUNTY WV f*# Wood**** Authentic Hawaiian luau on Saturday Emblem Club members and Elks are freshening up their luau attire this week for the annual Hawaiian luau the Emblem Club will hold Saturday to raise funds for its philanthropic projects. The luau is open to the public and tickets may be purchased in advance at The Letter Shop, or may be purchased in the Home Economics building at Ukiah Fairgrounds the night of the event. Tickets are $6 apiece. The social hour will begin at 6:30 p.m. with the authentic Hawaiian dishes served at 8 p.m. Teriyaki chicken will be featured this year with sweet and sour spareribs, fried rice, bean salad, pineapple boats, - exotic fruits and coffee. Music for the evening will be provided by the Rod Pacini group, following dinner. Betty Smith, assisted by Eileen Island, has been in charge of the event this year, with her co-chairman, Bob Smith and Norman Island in charge of the chicken. Other members of the food committee include Ginger Masini, bean salad chairman, assisted by Jocelyn Bodner, Polly Milone, Jean Langton and Norma Silver; Betty Smith, ribs and rice chairman, assisted by Dolores Williams, Dolores Dougherty, SueMontero, Eileen Island and Gloria Mattson; Louise Harris, Elsie Hohnstein, Evelyn Johnson, Denny Robbins and Jennie Parducci, fruit salad committee. Helping Betty and Eileen with the decorations is Dolores Dougherty, club president, assisted by Ginger Masini, Sue Montero, Denny Robbins and Dolores Williams. Lorene Bogner has been in charge of publicity. CAMP PLANNERS — Mydell McCoy, left, Camp Fire camp director, and Gladys Sanders, camp cook, discuss the menu for the forthcoming damp Fire camp at the Woodlands Aug. 11-17. —Journal photo by Fae C.F. camp director visits in Ukiah Dates to keep July — Ukiah Mydell McCoy, director of the Camp Fire Girls', camp this summer, has been in Ukiah interviewing applicants for camp counselors at Camp Woodlands and to meet with the camp cook, Gladys Sanders, to discuss preparation of the week's menu. Applications for counselors and registrations for camp are still being received, according to the director. Mydell, wh6 resides in Napa, is a past Camp Fire professional. She has had personal camp experience besides having been a Day Camp director. In the past she worked with VISTA and has State Grange master offering sixth degree All "Grangers" will have the opportunity to be initiated into ' the sixth degree of the Grange Thursday at 7:30 p.m. when Chester Deaver, master of the California State Grange, and his officers will visit the Little Lake' Grange hall in Willits. Those initiated into the sixth degree will then be prepared to take the seventh degree on Nov. 16, 1974, when the National Grange holds its annual session in Sacramento. Arthur Burke, deputy state master for Mendocino County, has announced that fourth degree Grange members may take advantage of this opportunity by being obligated in the fifth degree during the beginning of the meeting, Thursday. He pointed out, however, that all who wish to receive their sixth degree on Thursday night should arrive by 7:30 in order to register, if this has not already been done. The sixth degree ticket will be $5, if obligation in the fifth degree is necessary. This will be an additional $1.50. Coast artists planning potluck picnic Coast Section of Mendocino County Art Association has extended an invitation to members of the Valley Section to join them at 1 p.m. Aug. 4 at the Russian Gulch recreation hall for a potluck picnic and painting party. Guests will have to take only their place settings as the potluck will be provided by members of the Coast Section. They also are urged to take their paints and canvas for an afternoon of painting at the Russian Gulch State Park. The park is located on Highway 1, about seven miles south of Fort Bragg. Additional information about the outing may be .obtained from Mary Petry, 485-7814. Burke reported that this is an unusual opportunity for Grange members. The California State Grange officers, are traveling the state as a group in order to: make convenient prior initiation into the sixth degree of the Order of Patrons of Husbandry. attended ACA training sessions. Mydell has been involved in various recreation areas and is currently teaching at a continuation high school. She was selected as director of the Camp Fire Girls camp at Camp Woodlands last April by the Redwood Empire Area Council. Campership funds are still available for anyone interested in applying for either a full or partial campership. Cam- perships are available to any girl who does not have camp funds, she need not be from a "welfare" family, according to Lee Pinto and Billie Funk, who are in charge of registrations. Additional information may be obtained by calling Lee at 4625012, or Billie at 462-5962. At present, because of low registration for the week' of Aug. 11 through 18, no bus transportation is planned to and from camp. However, if enough girls register, to warrant such transportation it will be provided. Transportation problems may be checked with Lee Pinto or Billie Funk. Additional information regarding transportation also will be reported in the newspaper. Promenaders'workshop, 8 to 10 p.m., Frank Zeek School. All dancers welcome. July 17 — Sewing group incorporation meeting, 7:30 p.m., 10709 Rancheria Road, Upper Lake. For information call 4627043. July 17 — Low cost meals for senior citizens, 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.,. Greater Ukiah Senior Center, 601 N. State Street; knitting class, 1:30 to 3 p.m.; property tax relief consultations, 1:30 to 4 p.m.; lip Promenaders 1 workshop is tonight All dancers are welcome to attend Ukiah Promenaders weekly workshop tonight at Frank Zeek School between the hours of 8 and 10 p.m., according to Virginia Thornton, reporter for the Promenaders, member of the Northern California Square Dancers Association. Bud Grass is club caller. Free coffee is served during the evening, according to Virginia. reading class 2 to 4 p.m. July 18 — Low cost meals for senior citizens, 11:30 a.m. to l .p.m., Greater Ukiah Senior Center, 601 N. State Street; cards 7:30 p.m. July 18 — Mendocino County Kennel Club; 8 p.m., Borges home, 417 McPeak Street. Call 462-4421. July 18 — Films: "Maligne", glacial lake in Alberta's Jasper National Park; "Western Newfoundland;" "Paddle and Portage," demonstrating the art of canoeing; and "Canada at 8:30 PM," the performing arts; 7 to 8 p.m., Mendocino County Library, 105 N. Main Street. July 19 — Low fcost meals for senior citizens, 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., Greater Ukiah Senior Citizens Center, 601 N. State Street. July 19 — CYO basketball league benefit chicken barbecue, 7:30 p.m., Porno Inn. Tickets at Medico Drug, or call 462-6381. $15 per couple. TUESDAY SPECIAL Baked meat loaf with Brown Gravy Roast Chicken $ 1 M. with dressing J t Has a nezo super- GrigRtlooR. ^ M HEARING AID OWNERS FOR REPAIRS WHILE YOU WAIT BRING YOUR HEARING AID. TO OUR LABORATORY WE SERVICE HEARING AIDS NATIONWIDE STOCK BATTERIES FOR ALL MAKES - NO HEARING AIDS ARE SOLD HOURS: MON THRU THURS 9 A.M. 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