Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 8, 1974 · Page 9
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 9

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'Cycle Racing is Hobby of Family Times Herald, Carroll, la. Monday, April 8, 1974 10 A oerson entering the front room of the Herman Smith Jr. home at 521 West 20th can guess that someone in the family enjoys motorcycling. The 29 trophies displayed were won by Smith and the two sons, Paul, 12, and Jim, 10, in motorcross races. Mrs. Smith accompanies her family to the racetracks. Mrs. Smith described motorcross as a race for speed across rough terrain. Jumps, mudholes and creeks are often part of the course. Her sons race on minibikes, MX Yahmaha 80's and her husband rides a Husquarna 450. "We do it as family entertainment. We all go together, which I think is a real good deal," Mrs. Smith said. The family participated in their first race of the year at Lehigh at the end of March. Last year, they entered 17 races. The oldest son won 15 trophies, the youngest, 3, and Smith won a couple more. During the family's three-year involvement in the sport, they have had only one motorcycling accident. The boys are schooled by their father in motorcycle riding. "I think if you know how to handle a bike, it's not dangerous," Mrs. Smith said. She enjoys seeing her sons participate in the races because it teaches them good sportsmanship and keeps them occupied during the summers. Most of the races they have entered have been CHECK OUR SPRING SALE STANDARD FIBERGLASS BELTED AMOCO. CXV WHITEWALLS • Sporty low-profile tire • Wide massive appearanca • Two fiberglass and two polyester cord belts form four tough plies under the tread • Computer-inspected • Meets Department of Transportation standards for steady running at turnpike speeds E70-14 plus 52.51 Federal Excise Tax each AMOCO. 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Add salt and pepper to pot-roast. Add '/t cup tomato juice, horseradish and onion. Cover tightly and cook slowly Z'/ 2 to 3 hours or until meat is tender. Remove pot-roast to heated platter. Add water or tomato juice to cooking liquid to make 2 cups. Thicken with flour for gravy. Pot-Roast— Herb Gravy 3 to 4-pound beef arm or blade pot-roast. 3 tablespoons flour 1 teaspoon salt Vs teaspoon pepper 3 tablespoons lard or drippings 1 beef bouillon cube Vz cup hot water 2 bay leaves '/2 teapsoon marjoram */4 teaspoon basil Vz teaspoon garlic salt '/2 teaspoon parsley flakes Fund-Raising Concert April 20 AUDUBON —Louie Bellson and his 16 piece orchestra will perform at the Audubon High School at 8 p.m. April 20. The concert is a fund raising project for the high school music department. Tickets are $3 per person and must be purchased in advance. The orchestra will also hold an afternoon clinic for students from the surrounding schools. Flour for gravy Combine flour, salt and pepper. Dredge pot-roast in seasoned flour. Brown in lard or drippings. Pour off drippings. Dissolve bouillon cube in hot water. Add bouillon, bay leaves, marjoram, basil, garlic salt and parsley flakes. Cover tightly and cook slowly 2'/2 to 3 hours or until meat is tender. Remove meat to heated platter. Discard bay leaves. Thicken cooking liquid with flour for gravy, if desired. 6 to 8 servings. Mrs. Herman (Alma) Smith, Jr. stands beside some of the trophies won by her husband and sons in motorcross races. in a 100 mile radius of here, but Mrs. Smith said she expects they will have to travel more this year. In the couple's early marriage, they toured on a large bike through Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri and Colorado, and took another trip through the Bad Lands in South Dakota. Mrs. Smith can also ride a motorcycle, but the ones the family owns are built for motorcross and are not legal on the street While the children are in school, Mrs. Smith works on her cosmetics route in the area, which she started about seven years ago. Most of the products are kept in stock at her home. A demonstration is generally given before a sale. The family has lived in Carroll for 15 years. Mrs. Smith is originally from a farm near Lohrville, and her husband lived in Lake City. He now works for Iowa Electric Light Power Company. They share their home with two dogs and a hamster. Other activities the family enjoys doing together include fishing, swimming and gardening. Many of the vegetables raised in the garden in the back yard are canned. When it comes to meals, the family prefers meat and potatoes served separately, rather than in casseroles. Two of their favorite recipes are listed below. Mrs. Smith often puts the juice in chili. Tomatoe Juice Cocktail 3 or 4 ats. tomatoes, cut in quarters 3 tsp. salt 2 tsp. celery salt 1 tsp. prepared horseradish 3 tbls. lemon juice Va tsp. Worcestershire sauce 1 tsp. onion VA green pepper and two drops tabasco sauce (optional) Cook all together and simmer for at least 30 minutes. Take cooked tomatoes and work juice through colander. Heat juice and seal in jars. Makes approximately two quarts tomato juice. Chocolate Cake 2 cups sugar '/a cup cocoa 1 tsp. baking soda Vz tso. salt % cup lard 2 eggs % cup sour milk 2 cups flour 1 tsp. vanilla 1 cup boiling coffee Mix on one bowl, adding the boiling coffee last. Bake at 350 degrees until top springs back when touched lightly. Police Group Warns of Fraud The Iowa State Policemen's Association has issued a warning to all businessmen in Iowa that unauthorized solicitations are being made by telephone for advertising in police magazines, Carroll Police Chief Maurice Dion said Friday. Harold McKenna, Sioux City, secretary-treasurer of the Iowa State Policemen's Association, said official representatives of the "Iowa Police Journal," the official publication of the association, contact businesses in person and never by telephone. Several persons who have been contacted are advertisers with the association, McKenna said. pasHion uauies TY ©HOT, on the ENTIRE STOCK in our store from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wed., April 10 All Suits Outer Coats All Slacks All Sport Coats All Belts All Ties All Shirts All Knit Shirts Come in and let our fine sales staff of Frank, Mai, Duane, Gerry and our newest Pro, Denny, show you the latest in men's fashions. This is NOT A SALE! It is an EASTER GIFT from NOCKELS CLOTHIERS

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