Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana on May 19, 1965 · Page 9
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CALL 663-3114 IF PAPER IS HISSED- GREENSBORO DAILY NEWS Section Two New Point School Notes— Graduates Planning For Future; Prom Is Friday By Moreio Schilling Marcia Schilling Doris Weber George Bohman Perry Lynne Mildred Volk Arietta Barnes Billie Morton Ross Weber Brenda Combs Cynthia Taylor David Graves School will soon be out and many are thinking about their summer plans. However, some school activities still loom ahead The Junior-Senior prom will be held Friday, May 21. We are going to Cincinnati to board a river boat for a four-hour cruise. Then we will return to the school where a breakfast will be served. Everyone is anticipating a wonderful time at the prom this year. Billie Morton was a varsity cheerleader this year. She played volleyball and was in the class play. Billie took government, chemistry, advanced mathematics, typing II, and English. She plans to attend Miller-Draughton Business College this fall. Planning to attend Ball State University and major in elementary education is Mary Anne Westerfeld. Mary Anne was an active member of the Sunshine Society, Booster Club, volleyball team, and varsity cheerleader squad. She is vice president of the Senior class and participated in the class play. Mary Anne took government, shorthand, German, and English this year. George Bohman participated in basketball and the class play. He took chemistry, government, advanced mathematics, and English. George plans to attend Purdue University this fall. Ross Weber participated in the class play and Booster Club this year. He took chemistry, government, German, and English. Ross plans to work after graduation. Mildred Volk took chemistry, overnment, typing II, German, and English this year. She partic- pated in the class play and was a member of the Sunshine Socie- y, Booster .Club, and volleyball earn. She plans to work after graduation. Doris Weber took government, shorthand, typing II, and English. She was a member of the volleyball . team, band, and chorus and participated in the class play. Arietta Barnes came to New Point at the beginning of her Senior year. She participated in ;he class play arid was a member of the Sunshine Society and volleyball team. Arietta took government, typing II, general 3usiness, and English this year. She plans to work after graduation. Cynthia Taylor plans to attend the Jewish Hospital School of Nursing this fall. She was; a member of the .Sunshine Society and Booster Club and participated in the class play. Cynthia took chemistry, government, German, and English this year. David Graves, president of the Senior class, participated in basketball, track, baseball, the class play, and Booster Club. He took chemistry, government, German II, and English. David plans to attend college this fall. Perry Lynne plans to attenc the engineering school at Pur due University this fall. He tool chemistry, government, ad vanced mathematics, Germar and English. Perry participated in baseball, track, and the clas play. Brenda Combs plans to work after graduation. She came t( New Point at the beginning o her senior year. Brenda tool government, advanced mathema tics, typing II, and general bus iness. She participated in th( class play and was a member o the SXmshine Society. Marcia Schilling plans to at tend Ball State University this fall. She took government, ad vanced mathematics, German and English this year. Marcia i secretary-treasurer of the Sen ior class and a member of th Sunshine Society, band, chorus and the volleyball team. This completes the series on the graduating class and is als the final article of the 1964-6, "New Point School Notes." would like to thank the facult and the students for their coop eration with me in writing thes articles. Calendar May 23 and 26— Clinton Town ship. ' May 24-Onward and Upward. May 25—Gala Belles. May 26—Clay Township. The Clinton Township Club will meet on May 23 at 1:30 p. m. t Grant Henderson's farm. There will be a tour followed by pitch-in dinner at 4. The regu- ar meeting will be held May 26 11:30 in the Sandusky Methodist :hurch basement. Mary Anne Westerfeld Now You Know The United States purchased Alaska from the Russians for two cents an acre ($7,200,000) on March 30, 18G7, according to the World Almanac. What's Doing With HOMEMAKERS By Marjory Cooper •repared according to directions. Add to top of salad and chill.— tfrs. Florence Ponsler, Homemakers. The Onward and Upward Club will meet on May 24 at 7:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Margaret Simmons. Mrs. Vern Ha^ mer will give the lesson, "Plan| ling the Farm Lawn." f The Gala Belles Club will meei with Mrs. Thomas Land on Maj 25 at 7:30. There will be a babj hower for Mrs. Larry Davis Mrs. William Newby will give a esson on "How to Crochet Rugs." Members are to bring heir own yarn and needle. Mrs. Vema Jackson will b<? hostess for the Clay Township Club on May 26 at 2. There will be a Mother's Day program and also an exchange of secret pal gifts. Recipes Done-Up-Buns 112-ounce can luncheon meat. 4 ounces (1 cup) diced process sharp cheese. , 1 small onion. ; 1 small green pepper. | 3 hard-cooked eggs. ' % teaspoon salt. { % cup salad dressing. . 12 toasted hamburger buns. Grind together the first 5 ingredients. Add salt and salad dressing. Mix well. Spread on ower half of hamburger buns and broil just till heated through. Top with lid : and serve.—Betty Johnson, Clay Club. Corn Soup 1 pkg. (12 ounce) frozen cream style corn. 2 cups milk. 1 chicken bouillon cube or 1 teaspoon chicken paste. 1 teaspoon salt. 2 teaspoons butter. Turn corn and milk into heavy saucepan. Bring to boil, then cover and simmer about 8 min utes. Stir in bouillon until dissolved. Add seasonings and but ter. Serves 6.—Maxine Burbank Buzzin Dozen. Easy Heavenly Hash Wash and seed 3 cups of pink ""okay grapes. Drain and add 2 cups minia- ure marshmallows. Beat 2 egg whites stiff and add cup whipped cream, fold grapes in gently and chill. — Mrs. Frank Schwering, Triangle. Strawberry Pie 1 quart strawberries. % cup water . 3 tablespoons cornstarch. 1 cup sugar. Mix water, sugar and corn- tarch together. Cook with 1 cup )erries until thick. Place remain- ng berries in baked pie shell. Pour cooled berry mixture in pie shell. Chill and serve with whipped cream. — Margaret Beard, Live and Learn. , Drop Sugar Cookies Have all ingredients at room temperature. 2% cups sifted all-purpose flour. % teaspoon soda. % teaspoon salt. % cup butter. % cup other shortening. 1 cup sugar. 1 teaspoon vanilla. 1 egg. 2 tablespoons milk. Sift together flour, soda and salt. Cream together butter, other shortening, sugar and vanilla thoroughly. Add egg, cream until mixture is smooth. Blend in milk and dry ingredients. Drop batter by.teaspoonfuls onto un- greased cookie sheet and flatten with bottom of water glass which has been dipped 'in sugar. Bake for 12 minutes in 400 degree oven. Cool. Makes 5% dozen, 2 inch cookies. — Mrs. Elmer Krieger. Hints Save your old milk cartons. They make wonderful garbage pails. When full, seal up tightly and discard. To keep lime from forming inside the teakettle, keep a marble in the water. — Mrs. Cora Evans, Happy Go Lucky. Use your dryer to fluff and freshen draperies, slip covers, bedspreads, arid other home furnishings items which are dusty but not really soiled. Use the no heat cycle if your dryer has this setting, or the last 5 or 6 minutes of any drying cycle. God works through prayer and penicillin. — Fifty Club. The bridal path requires horse sense — but no nagging. — Fifty Club. A Smile A smile costs nothing, but gives much. It enriches those who receive without making poorer those who give. It takes but a moment, but the memory of it sometimes lasts forever. None is so rich or mighty that he can get along without it, and none is so poor but that he can be made rich by it. A smile creates happiness in the home, fosters good-will in business arid is the countersign of friendship. It brings rest to toe weary, cheer (Continued on Page Thirteen) Crackers—1853 Take four pints of flour sifted Mix with it thoroughly 3 tea spoons of cream of tartar, and half as much soda, well pulver ized. 6 ounces of melted butter 1 pint of water, adding more flour if necessary to make a stiff dough. Mould thoroughly, and roll into sheets Vs of an inch thick. Prick and cut into squares and bake in a quick oven 10 to 15 minutes.—Copied from an old magazine by Joy Cooper, Letts Club. Streamlined White Bread 1V4 cups warm water. 1 pkg. active dry yeast. 2 tablespoons soft shortening^ 2 teaspoons salt. 2 tablespoons sugar. 3 cups sifted flour. Dissolve yeast in water in mixing bowl. Add shortening, salt, sugar and half of the flour. Beat 2 minutes, 300 strokes. Scrape sides and bottom of bowl. Add remaining flour and blend with spoon until smooth. Scrape batter from sides of bowl, cover with cloth, let rise until double in size. Then beat batter 25 strokes and spread in greased pan and pat into shape. Let rise 30-35 minutes, then bake at 375 degrees for 30 to 35 minutes- Mrs. Ray Collins, Gala Belles. Pineapple Gelatin Salad 1 pkg. orange flavored gelatin. 1 pkg. lemon flavored gelatin. 2 cups hot water. 1% cups cold water. 1 teaspoon lemon juice. 1 cup crushed pineapple. 2 bananas, cut fine. 1 cup miniature marshmallows. Mix the above ingredients and chill. Topping 2 tablespoons flour. % cup sugar. 1 cup pineapple juice, add water if needed to make cupful. 1 egg, beaten. 2 tablespoons butter. Mix all together and cook over low heat until thick; let cool. 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