Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana on August 11, 1965 · Page 5
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Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana · Page 5

Greensburg, Indiana
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Wednesday, August 11, 1965
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IF PAPER IS MISSED- CALL 663-3114 GREENSB URG Section Two. Greensburg, Ind., Wednesday, Aug. 11,1965 What -. Doing with HOMEMAKERS By Marjory Cooper Calendar Clay Township. Aug. 15—Better Halves. Aug. 15—Kitchen Kookies. Aug. 15—Merrymakers. Aug. 15—Town and Country. Aug. 16—Homemakers. Aug. 17—Adams. Aug. 17—Hi-Nabor. Aug. 17—Hobby Nobby. Aug. 17—Pinnacle. Aug. 18—Calico Girls. Aug. 18—Fifty. Aug. 18—Golden Belles. Aug. 18—Letts. Aug. 18—Loyal Neighbors. Aug. 18—Queen Bees. Aug. 18—Triangle. Aug. 18—Twenty and Four. Aug. 19—Happy Homes. Aug. 20—Jackson Township. August will be vacation time for the Clay Township Club. No meeting. The Better Halves Club will meet at the City Park for a pitch- in supper on August 15 at 6 o'clock. Ruth Griewe will be hostess for the Kitchen Kookies Club on August 15 at 12 noon. This is a picnic with the families of members invited. Bring two covered dishes and your own table service. The Merrymakers will have their annual picnic for members and their families at the home of Mrs. James Lawson on August 15 at 6:30. The Town and Country Club will meet on August 15 at 6:30 p. m. at the Greensburg City Park. Bring table service and selected covered dishes. . The Homemakers Club will have a pitch-in supper on August 16 at 6:30 p.. m. at the Westport Park: " The Adams Club will meet at the home of Ann Stag'ge on August 17 at 7:30 p. m. Madolyn Patterson will give the lesson on "Outdoor Cookery." The Hi-Nabor Club will have a family pitch-in supper on August 17 at 6:30 p. m. The Hobby Nobby Club will meet on August 17 at 1:30 p. m. with Mrs. William Crenshaw. There will be a luncheon and bingo. Mrs. Paulette Bentley will be hostess for the Pinnacle Club on August 17 at 8 p. m. Mrs. John Moore will be assisting. The lesson will be the second part of "Controlling Insects." The Calico Girls Club will meet on August 18 at 7:30 for their annual picnic with Lucy Foster. A safety lesson on Hunting Accidents will be given. The Fifty Club will meet on August 18 at 1:30 at the home of Mrs. Dale Smith. Mrs. Joe Taylor will give the lesson on "Insect Control." The Golden Belles Club will tour Cincinnati on August 18. Mrs. Mabel Purvis will be hostess for the Letts Club on August 18 at 1:30. Mrs. John Cooper will give the lesson on "Outdoor Cookery." The Loyal Neighbors Club will meet on August 18 at 7 p. m.' Buy Gates V-Belts TO KEEP TOUB • LAWN MOWER • REFRIGERATOR • WASHER • POWER TOOLS AND OTHER EQUIPMENT BUNKING SMOOTHLY Available Through Moit Automotive Service Dealer! and Hardware Store!. DISTRIBUTED BY Rodefeld Co., Inc. AUTOMOTIVE PAKTS HEADQUARTERS with Mrs. Leona Bohman. Each person bring a gift for bingo. The Queen Bees Club will have a picnic at City Park on August 18 at 6 p. m. Bring food, table service and prizes. The Triangle Club will have their picnic on August 18 at 12 noon. Members will be notified as to the place. The Twenty and Four Club will meet on August 18 at 11:30 with Mrs. Maud Jewett. The Happy Homes Club will meet on August 19. Members are to meet at Mrs. Pat Moore's home at 10 a. m. to leave for the Madison State Hospital. The Jackson Township Club will have their family picnic at the Westport Kiwanis Park on August 20. Each member is to bring a well filled basket and a quart of ice tea. Recipes Potato Bake Combine: 1% pounds ground beef. 1% cups fine, soft, bread crumbs. % cup evaporated milk or light cream. 1 slightly beaten egg. 1 tablespoon instant minced onion or % cup chopped onion. 1% teaspoons salt. 1 teaspoon dry mustard- V4 teaspoon each of pepper and thyme. Pat lightly and evenly into a 10x6-inch baking dish. Bake in moderate oven at 350 degrees for 40 minutes. Remove from oven; turn oven to 450 degrees. Prepare one envelope instant mashed potatoes according to package and spread over meat. Top with tomato slices and sprinkle with V4 cup ..shredded cheese. Bake 10 minutes longer. —M i 1 d r e d Williams, Candle- lighters. Swiss Beans 1 can (1 pound) french-style green .beans. 2 tablespoons butter. 2 tablespoons flour. 1 cup dairy sour cream. % teaspoon salt. Va teaspoon pepper. % teaspoon grated onion. % pound Swiss cheese, grated. Prepare a cream sauce using the butter, flour, seasonings and sour cream. Cook and stir until thickened (do not boil). Heat beans, drain; add to cream sauce. Turn into 1% quart-size baking dish. Sprinkle cheese over top. Place under broiler for about 5 minutes or until cheese is melted. Note: Use less cheese if desired.—Starlite Club. Kraut Salad 1 quart kraut, drained. 1 green mango, chopped. 1 can red pimento, chopped. % cup syrup. 1% cups sugar. 1 cup vinegar. 1 cup whole kernel corn. Mix and let stand overnight. —Alice Woodhull, Clinton, Dill Pickles For % gallon pickles. Wash pickles and put in can cold. (% gallon jar). Add: % cup salt. % cup vinegar. 3 tablespoons dill seed. Fill can with cold water and seal. If using two quart jars, fill with cucumbers divide other ingredients in two jars and fill with water and seal. Leave the pickles whole. — Twenty and Four. Fruit Salad 1 large can fruit cocktail. 2 cups mandarian oranges. 2 cups, pineapple. Drain each of above fruits. Combine and chill with 2 cups small marshmallows. Combine and cook until thick: 2 eggs. 2 tablespoons sugar. 2 tablespoons vinegar. 2 tablespoons butter. Add while warm, 8-ounce package Philadelphia Cream Cheese, then cool and add % pint whipped cream. Combine all ingredients. Nuts may be added if desired.— Marilyn Moore. French Cookies 3 cups flour, t s . . 4.. . 2 cups brown sugar. 1 teaspoon salt. 1 teaspoon baking powder. 1 teaspoon soda. 1 teaspoon cinnamon. 1 cup hot water. 1 cup melted shortening (oil may be used). 2 eggs. Mix shortening and sugar together; add eggs and dry ingredients alternately with water. Mix thoroughly but do not over- mix. Raisins and nuts may be added. Bake at 350 degrees for 15 to 20 minutes. Suggest baking in greased broiler pan. Can be iced with powdered sugar frosting.—Tower Tree. Hints Never salt steak before cook- Wheeling . Steel * Wheeling Corrugating Company, Subsidiary mW Clmnneldmin STEEL ROOFING Keep your stock dry and warm—protect your valuabla property with strong—watertight Wheeling Super Chan- nelorain Galvanized Hoofing—-made of Cop-R-Loy—special large drain channel prevents leaks atsidelaps—rspecial end crimp protects against leaks and wind flapping at lap J° iQts - ,«SUPR „, . . We cany full line of L/UfflntiUinitfl Roofing and Roof Trimmings. Gome in to-see ns today. iw«2 314 W. MAIN PHONE 662-8361 ing. This tends to dry the meat. Spread a small amount of butter on them before broiling and taste the difference.—Peppy Mrs. Fall is the best time to kill dandelions in your lawn. A fall application of 2, 4-D is not' so likely to injure trees and other plants, but kills both the old and new dandelion crops. If broad- leaved weeds are killed in the spring, the bare spots are likely to fill in W ith crabgrass. In the fall, the spaces will fill with permanent grass before the following year's crabgrass season. Many shoppers avoid veneered pieces when buying furniture. Veneer may be used in poorly made items but much fine furniture is now made this way. Furniture made by modern veneer construction is as strong as that made from solid wood and the handsome graining of veneer makes attractive furniture panels. One ought every day to hear a little music, read a good poem, see a fine picture and, if possible, speak a few reasonable 'words.—Goethe. Count youf • blessings. Your critics are keeping score on your mistakes. Freedom is an indivisible word. If we want to enjoy it and fight for it, we must be prepared to extent it to everyone, whether they are rich or poor, whether they agree with us or not, no matter what their race or the color of their skin.—Wendell Willkie. Great Things Great things are only done by men Who, .having failed, will try again; Who risk their all to venture out, And having ventured, never doubt; Whose confidence in self is strong, And dare defy the doubting throng. Classified Ad Phone 663-3113 WHERE ROAD 3, NORTH CITY LIMITS Prices Effective Thru Saturday. Quantity Rights Reserved. REGULAR STORE HOURS 9:30 p. m.; Sat., 8 a. m. to 9 p. m.; Sun., 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. Open Men. through Thurs., 8 a. m. to 9 p. m.; Fri., 8 a. m. to END CUT PORK CHOPS CENTER CUTS :'...—> 79* PORK LOIN ROAST .--„-' 47* SPARE RIBS (AuNTRYSTVLB .:..: "• 55* RIB HALF LOIN —- ..."- 59* HALF ,„•„ -65* PORK BONES --—" 19' LUNCHEON MEATS HYGRADE. A LARGE VARIETY SUGAR LB. GRAPES HAWAIIAN PUNCH WHITE. TASTY, TANGY FRUIT DRINK 46 OZ. CANS TOMATOES FOR BIFFY. NO. 303 CANS :. GRADE A SMALL EGGS-— 3-88* LIQUID SOAP

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