Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana on June 2, 1965 · Page 5
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Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana · Page 5

Greensburg, Indiana
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Wednesday, June 2, 1965
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IF PAPER IS MISSED- CALL 663-3114 GREENSBURG DAILY NEWS Section Two — .1 Greensbiwg, InJ., Wednesday, June 2,1965 What's Doing With HOMEMAKERS By Marjory Cooper Calendar June 8—Hi-Nabor. June 8—Homemakers. June 8—Millhousen Loyal Workers. June 8—Starlite. June 9—Better Homes. June 9—Evening Belles. June 9—Happy Go Lucky. June 9—Lucky Twelve. June 9—Merrymakers. June 10—Happy Homes. June 11—Fugit. Mrs. Earl Thurston will be hostess for the Hi-Nabor Club on June 8 at 1:30. Mrs. Fred Cooper will give the lesson on "Controlling Insects in the Home." The Homemakers Club will meet on June 8 at 1. Hostesses are Mrs. Charles Evans and Mrs. Raymond Herring. The Millhousen Loyal Workers Club will meet at 8 p. m. on June 8 with Mrs. Marie Schneider. The Starlite Club will meet on June 8 at 8 p. m. with Mrs. Carolyn Martin. Mrs. Audrey Navarra will give the lesson on "Nylon Net Pillows." Note change of date. Mrs Robert Doles will be hostess for the Better Homes Club on June 9 at 7:30 p. m. Note change of time. The Evening Belles will meet on June 9 at 7:30 with Mrs. William Hamer. Mrs. Dewey Mier will give the lesson on "Insects." Note change of meeting. The Happy Go Lucky Club will meet on June 9 at 1:30 p. m. with Josie Pool of West Washington with Cora Evans as co-hostess. Mrs. Dale Lange will be hostess for the Lucky Twelve Club on June 9 at 1:30 p. m. Mrs. Howard Meyerrose will give part two of the "Landscaping" lesson. The Merrymakers Club will meet on June 9 at 1:30 with Mrs. Earl Jones. Birdie Fay Williams will give the "Patio-Landscaping" lesson. The Happy Homes Club will meet on June 10 at 6:30 at Mrs. Kenneth Baker's to go to Shelbyville. At this meeting final preparations will be made for a rummage sale to be held on June 11 and 12. Mrs. Bessie Donnell will be hostess for the Fugit Club on June 11 at 2 p. m. Members bring parts of their wedding gown, pictures or describe them. Clubs interested in ward parties at Madison State Hospital contact Mrs. F. W. Pleak. The months of July, September and December are available at this time. Recipes Chicken Cacciatora 2 pounds (10 pieces) chicken thighs or legs. 2 teaspoons seasoned salt. % cup salad oil. 1 pkg. spaghetti sauce mix. 1 can tomatoes (1 lb.). Sprinkle pieces of chicken with seasoned salt. Brown in salad oil in large skillet. Remove chicken and drain off fat. Blend spaghetti sauce mix and tomatoes in skillet. Add chicken. Cover and simmer 45 minutes or until tender. Serve over cooked spaghetti or hot fluffy rice. Golden Casserole ,1 tablespoon, minced onion. 2 tablespoons minced celery. 3 tablespoons melted butter. 1 cup fine dry bread crumbs. 2 eggs, well-beaten. 2 cups raw carrots, grated. 1 teaspoon salt. V* teaspoon pepper. 1% cups consomme. Brown onions and celery in butter. Add to remaining ingredients and mix well. Pour into buttered 1%-quart casserole. Bake in 350 degree oven for about 45 minutes.—Hi-Nabor. . Hungarian Tea Cookies 1 pound butter. 1 cup sugar. 5 cups flour. 2 eggs. 1 teaspoon almond extract. Cream sugar and butter; add eggs, then flour and flavoring. Best to press through star shaped cookie press on cookie sheet. Bake in a slow oven, 300 degrees, until light brown. An easy and sure recipe.—Clara Thornburg, Merrymakers. Cherry Surprise 1st layer: 2 cups vanilla wafers, crushed. y 4 cup butter, softened. 1 cup chopped pecans. Blend together and take half of above mixture and press into baking dish. Place in refrigerator 2nd layer: 1 8-ounce pkg. cream cheese. 2 tablespoons milk. 1 cup powdered sugar. Mix all well and be sure to have cheese at room temperature. Put on top of first layer. Spread remaining half of vanilla wafers over top. LEAN AND TENDER. LB. Cubed Steak CHOPPED HAM „•_ — SPICED LUNCHEON MEAT 79' __-"•• 59" 2' b 89* NEW RED Potatoes 10 LBS. GREEN ONIONS, MANGOES, CUCUMBERS, RED RADISHES YOUR CHOICE WRIGLEY GUM. ALL FLAVORS Box of 20 Reg. 5c Pkgs. For AD A II I* C IIIIAC ORANGE JUICE Minute Maid Frozen 6 -Ounce Cans 69' A J| A L For 4 1C Birds E y e Frozen 14-Oz. Family Size ........................................................................ Pkg. BORDEN'S FRUIT DRINK GRAPE — ORANGE — LEMONADE. Vz-GAL. PLASTIC 3» $ 1 ROYAL CHEESE CAKE MIX IT'S NEW. YOU'LL LIKE IT — TRY IT. 10'/2-OZ. PKG. STRAWBERRY PRESERVES Kf2 49* W\ & iNr4 CANDl Coated Peanuts. Box of 24 5c Bags 95 INSTANT NESTEA *.»..***. 95" SUPER MARKET CORNER LINCOLN AND FIRST Store Hours: Monday thru Thursday, 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. Friday, Saturday 8 a. m.-9 p. m. Closed Sunday. PRICES GOOD THURSDAY THROUGH SATURDAY 3rd layer: 1 or two pkgs. dessert topping mix. , Follow package directions ana spread over top of wafers. 4th layer: : Spread one can of preparea cherry pie filling over top of mixture. Chill. — Clara Templeton, Friendly Neighbors. Bread Pie — 1883 Soak a slice of light bread in a pint of rich milk. When it is quite soft, beat it through the milk adding a well beaten egg and 4 tablespoons of sugar. Flavor with nutmeg. Bake in a rich crust, and you will find it delicious. — Joy Cooper, Letts Club. Cream Cheese Frosting 3 ounces cream cheese. 1% cups confectioners sugar, sifted. 1 teaspoon vanilla. Cream all ingredients together until fluffy. Will frost one 8x4 inch cake. — Night Club. Strawberry-Angel Food Cake Dessert 2 pkgs. strawberry gelatin. 3% cups water. 2 pkgs. frozen strawberries, or 1 quart fresh berries. Coat large size plastic mixing bowl with light salad oil. Prepare gelatin in usual manner using 3% cups water. Place in mixing bowl. Add strawberries and chill. When partially set press a small angel food cake into gelatin mixture. Chill. Turn out on a plate to serve. Ice with whipped cream or prepared topping mix. —Twenty and Four Club. Eggs Their shells should look dull Not shiny, not bright, But it makes no difference If they are brown or white. —Beginners Luck Club. Hints To rewhiten nylon slips and baby's white clothes process them according to directions for color remover. — Deanne Crosby. A few marbles placed in the bottom of your double-boiler will noisily tell you when the water has boiled away. — Paulette Bentley. When your bottom (double bed) sheet wears out it can be cut down for a twin bed or % bed. Remove the center worn portion and replace with 2V 2 yards of 36-inch material. Decorate a plain pillow slip to match. If you are real ambitious, get enough material for matching nighties. — Fifty Club. A Smile The thing that goes the farthest Towards making life worthwhile, That counts the least, and does the most, Is just a pleasant smile. It's full of worth and goodness too, With manly kindness bent, It's worth a million .dollars And it doesn't cost a cent. In Pilot Training Cow's Rights BOSTON (UPI) — Cows will exert their legal right to graze on historic Boston Common during the June Dairy Festival, June 5-12. According to the right of commonage, enacted in 1646, some 70 "milch kine" may be kept downtown to graze._ Buy Gates V-Belts TO KEEP YOUR • WASHER • REFRIGERATOR • LAWN MOWER • POWER TOOLS AND OTHER EQUIPMENT RUNNING SMOOTHLY Available Through Most Automotive Service Dealers and Hardware Stores. DISTRIBUTED BY Rodefeld Co., Inc. AUTOMOTIVE -| , PARTS HEADQUARTERS First Lieut. Dale D. Anderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mack L. Anderson, R. R. 5, Greensburg, has entered U. S. Air Force pilot training at Williams AFB, Ariz, newest Air Force jet trainers Lieut. Anderson will fly tite and receive special academic and military training during the year-long course. He will be awarded silver pilot wings upon completion of the Air Training Command flying program. A graduate of Burney High School, he received his B. A. degree from DePauw University and was commissioned upon completion of Officer Training School. He is a member of Delta Upsilon. His wife, Katherine, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy L. Zang of Alliance, O. Vanderbur Enrolled In Summer Institute Paul K. Vanderbur, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Vanderbur, R. R. 5, Greensburg, is one of 40 junior high school teachers of English enrolled in a summer institute June 21-Aug. 13 at Illinois State University, Normal, 111. He has been teaching at Columbus since graduating from Franklin College three years ago. The institute, being conducted through a $5,000 National Defense Education Act grant, provides $75 per week stipend for those enrolled and free tuition Started at 60 Cents An Hour— Roche Elected GM Chief NEW YORK (UPI) — James M. Roche, 58, who started in a General Motors divisional branch office as a statistician at age 21, today is president of the corporation, the world's largest industrial concern. When Roche went to work for Cadillac in 1927, the sales of General Motors were $1,269,519,673. Last year, they were $16,997,044,468, and in the first three months of this year they were $5,557,959,245, more than four times what they were for the entire year of 1927. The new president — also named chairman of the executive committee and a member of the finance committee by the GM directors who elected him Tuesday — admitted at a news conference that his first • reaction was "sort of being overwhelmed" by the responsibilities of his task: Heading the world's largest industrial corporation. His new post does not pay on a scale awarded those who are overwhelmed easily. His predecessor, John F. Gordon, who reached the mandatory retirement age of 65 on May 15, had salary and other payments amounting to more than $740,000; Frederic G. Donner, GM chairman, drew more than $800000 Roche, a native of Elgin, 111., made about 60 cents an hour Sees Little Chance For Newsmen in Peking WASHINGTON (UPI) — A State Department for Eastern affairs expert sees little chance that Peking will- permit U. S. newsmen into Red China in the immediate future. Marshall Green, now deputy assistant secretary of state for Far Eastern affairs, was questioned on Red China Tuesday at a hearing by the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on his nomination to be ambassador to Indonesia. He said the Red Chinese were taking a completely intransigent" attitude on the question, possibly because the presence of Americans might undermine their intense "hate America" propaganda campaign at home. I — AREA EXTENDED . NEW ORLEANS. — Louisiana has been extended by about 50 square miles by the Mississippi river's silt when he went to work in the sales and service branch of Cadillac at Chicago in 1927. Roche's look ahead at the automobile industry, for this year at least, was in keeping with his own career: The line of the graph is upward. He forecast that automobile manufacturers in this country would sell at retail 8.2 million to 8.4 million new cars in calendar 1965. ISLAND-FRESH! from the home of quality Zesty new ice cream with the fresh-picked taste of tropical fruit-Quality Chekd Pineapple-Orange Flip. Rich pineapple ice cream chuck full of sweet orange toffee bits. Try some today. QUALITY CHEKD, SHOP AT X-L You'll like the change! All Prices Good Thru Saturday Unless Otherwise Specified GROUND BEEF Per Pound Cube Steak Savings. Priced Per Pound Only Great Sayings! Lemons AO Full or Juice. Per Doz. Only ^Tl JIF Full or Juiee v Per Doz. Only BLUE VALLEY MILK , CIRCUS FRUIT DRINKS , For 19c TIDE Box Only SOFT WEVE TISSUE 2 £ 21c 31c CHEF' 0 DELIGHT CHEESE 2 '!, 49c CORN PEARS SALT PREM Green Giant Niblets. 12-Ox. Can Bartlert Taste Sealed. 2'/2 Can Sterling Plain Or Iodized. 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