Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana on October 6, 1965 · Page 2
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IP PAPER IS MISSED- CALL 663-3114 GREENSB URG DAILY NEWS Section Two Greensburg, Ind.. Wednesday, Oct. 6.1965 What's Doing With HOMEMAKERS By Marjory Cooper Calendar Oct. 11—Candle-lighters. Oct. 12—Merrymakers. Oct. 13—Better Halves. Oct. 13—Better Homes. Oct. 13—Clay. Oct. 13—Happy Go Lucky. Oct.13—Lucky Twelve. Oct. 13—Our Day Out. Oct. 13—Tower Tree. Oct. 13—Triangle. The Candle-lighters Club will meet on Oct. 11 at 7:30 p. m. WANTED: LOCAL SALESMAN An unusual opportunity has just opened up for a local salesman who is well qualified to sell and service farmers. Complete training will equip the right man to earn a good income and really enjoy his work. • Attractive Salary • Liberal monthly bonus plan • Transportation and expenses furnished • Complete benefit programs from Ralston Purina Company Call or write me today W. R. CLARK 14 North Tompkins St. Shclbyville, Ind. Phone EX 8-4727 A whole library of party ideas! PARTY BOOKS for all occasions 12 new books, each containing 48 pages of games, menus, decorations and recipes. 39£ each BEESON'S REXALL DRUG STORE East Side Square Phone 662-5811 with Mrs. Joyce Israel. Sara Hime will give the lesson Part II, of Buy Wisely. Mrs. Barbara Blare will be hostess for the Merrymakers Club on Oct. 12 at 7:30. The lesson on Buying Wisely will be given. This is to be a masquerade party. The Better Halves Club will meet at Greensburg Sewing Center on North Broadway, Oct. 13 at 7 for knitting lesson. Mrs. Harry Stevenson will be hostess for the Better Homes Club on Oct. 13 at 1:30 p. m. Clay Township Club will meet on Oct. 13 at 1:30 with Mrs. Margaret Cook. The annual auction will be held at this meeting. The Happy Go Lucky Club will meet on Oct. 13 at 1:30 with Mrs. Hattie Clark as hostess. Irene Redington is the co-hostess. Mrs. Clark will give the cook-out lesson. Mrs. Thomas Rodgers will be hostess for the Lucky Twelve Club on Oct. 13 at 1:30 p. m. Mrs. William Critser will give the second part "Get Wise—Buy Wisely." Our Day Out Club will meet with Mrs. Ruth Colson on Oct. 13 at 7:30 p. m. The Tower Tree Club will meet on Oct. 13 at 7:30 with Mrs. Walter Morganson. The Triangle Club will meet on Oct. 13 at 7:30 p. m. with Mrs. Edward Klene. Note change of date. The Out of County tour will be Oct. 6. Members will be contacted. Recipes Ruth Benriet's Home-on-the-Range Swiss Steak Vz cup flour. 1 teaspoon salt. Vi teaspoon pepper. 1 (2% to 3 Ib.) elk or beef round steak. Cooking oil. 1 can (lOVz oz.) condensed cream of mushroom soup. Mix flour with seasonings. Dredge steak with seasoned flour. Heat in heavy skillet and brown steaks on both sides. Add soup and cover tightly. Place hi pre-heated moderate (325 degrees) oven and cook until meat is tender (about IVi hours). Makes 6 to 8 servings.— Margaret Simmons, Onward and Upward. Creamed Spinach 1 pkg. (10 oz.) frozen chopped spinach. 2 slices bacon, finely chopped. % cup medium onion, finely chopped. 2 tablespoons flour. 1 teaspoon salt. Vi teaspoon seasoned pepper. 1 cup milk. Cook spinach according to package directions. Drain well. Fry bacon and onions together until onions are tender (about 10 minutes). Remove from heat Add flour, salt and pepper. Blend thoroughly. Slowly add milk, return to heat and stir until thickened. Add spinach and mix thoroughly. Lima Bean Soup 1 pound large dry lima beans. 2 cans tomato soup. 2 medium onions, chopped. About 2% quarts water. Salt, pepper and pinch oregano. Large lump butter. Noodles. Boil limas enough to loosen skin. Remove skins and put beans in water with onions and cook until beans dissolve. (2 hours). Add two cans tomato soup and seasoning. Cool one- half hour. Before serving add butter and cooked noodles (homemade). Without the noodles this can also be frozen to use later.— Live and Learn. Fudge Cookies (No Bake) 2 cups sugar. V 2 cup butter. % cup milk. % teaspoon salt. Boil for one minute. Remove from heat. Add: 3 cups oats, quick cooking. 3 or 4 tablespoons cocoa. 2 tablespoons peanut butter. Drop by teaspoonsful on waxed paper. Let cool and set. — Willa Mae Fisher, Starlite. Hints Salad greens have been washed to remove chemicals before they reach the grocers. But you will want to wash them again in lukewarm water for a thorough cleaning, and it won't wilt the greens. Rinse in cold water, drain, and chill to crisp. Overnight Fruit Salad 1 No. 2 can Royal Ann cherries (pitted). 1 No. 2 can pineapple chunks. 1 cup miniature marshmallows. 3 tablespoons cornstarch. 1 cup whipping cream. 3 large bananas. 3 tablespoons mayonnaise. Drain juice from cherries and pineapple. Add cornstarch to juice and cook until thick. Cool. Mix pitted cherries, pineapple and marshmallows with cooled mixture. Let stand' overnight. Next .day, whip cream. Cut bananas into chunks and "add to above mixture. Gently add mayonnaise to whipped cream before adding to cooled mixture. Serve on lettuce leaf. Garnish with maraschino cherry.—Wyona Hockaden, 50 Club. You can freeze % dry cottage cheese and it will keep fresh from 9 to 12 months. To freeze it, be sure to put the cheese in a moisture-vapor-proof container. The carton you but it in is not suitable for freezing. Either repack the cheese in a freezing carton or overwrap the original carton with plastic freezer foil, or laminated paper. It's not the number of hours you put in, It's what you put in the hours that counts. Apple Pudding Cake Cream together: % cup butter. 2 cups (gran.) sugar. 2 eggs. S'ift together: 2 cups flour. 1 teaspoon salt. 1 teaspoon soda. 2 teaspoons cinnamon. iy 2 teaspoons allspice. Add sifted dry ingredients to creamed mixture. When thoroughly mixed, add 4 cups of diced raw apples. Bake in large pan 45 minutes at 350 degrees Nuts may b-a added or sprinkled on top. Serve cold or warm. Good with lemon sauce or with whipped cream. — Elsie Moeller, Merrymakers. COZ.JINGO SEZ: Yall cain't get stung on Mountain Deiv...it bee stfeet as honey an'it's tasty too! That which you have, you leave for someone else. What you are will be yours forever. Don't worry if your job is small. And the rewards are few; Remember that the mighty oak Was once a nut like you. At railroad crossings,. . . ... Here's how to figger: In case of a tie, The engine's bigger. It takes so little to make us glad; Just a cheering clasp of a friendly hand, '. Just a word from one who can understand, And we finish the task we long had planned, And we lose the doubt and the fear we had— So little it takes to make us glad. Autumn — The melancholy days have come, the saddest of the year, Of .wailing winds and naked woods, and meads brown and sear. —William Cullen Bryant. A grain of sand on the boundless shore My life is this and nothing more Until transformed by His hand I yet remain a grain of sand. Lost in the multitude — very small Scarce worth noticing at all. Only God's discerning eye can see The glint of a precious stone in me. —Get Together Club. YA-HOOOO.. .IT'S GOOOD! Bottled under the authority of The Tip Corp. of America By Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. of Brookville, Inc. DRAINAGE BASIN SEATTLE — The Pacific has only about one-third the drainage area of the Atlantic because mountain ranges lie closer to most of its shoreline. Firestone Tires Seat Covers Brake Service Engine Tune-up Wheel Alignment Wheel Balancing Lubrication Battery Service Philco Radios Philco Televisions tre^ton* Store 225 E. Main, Greensburg Phone 663-6161 Road to Romance Is Rocky for Him PITTSBURGH (UPI) — Joseph McCorkle has found that the road to romance can be rocky. McCorkle, 17, and his fiancee were driving Tuesday to the courthouse to apply for their wedding license. Stopped for a traffic light, McCorkle inadvertently shifted the car into reverse. Things began to happen. The car lurched back, nearly hitting a policeman and a women pedestrian. Then it went forward, knocking down another policeman. The second officer, Fred Slaney, fired at the fleeing car. The vehicle went out of control, striking two parked cars. McCorkle was charged \viih driving without an operator's license; not having a registration card, leaving the scene of an accident, failure to stop on command of an officer, and assault and battery with a car. He didn't get his marriage license either. GI Service AN KHE, Viet Nam (UPI) —The enterprising local villagers here are convinced that the U. S. Army's 1st Air Cavalry Division is a permanent resident. Between the campsite of the First Air Cav and the ' edge of hte village no less than 25 shops have opened their doors to deal in that most basic of GI needs- laundry. Scores of other roadside stands have sprung up to peddle lawn chairs, teapots, wash basins, mirrors, fresh fruit, cold soda pop and a , particularly noxious type of local rice brandy. Realty Transfers Odd Fellows Home Association of Indiana to Howard and Luella C. Jayne, property in the Original Plat of Alert. Edna Steadman, by executor, to John R. and Mary L. Harrison, property in Greensburg. AUTO THEFTS WASHINGTON — An automobile is stolen in the U. S. an average of every 2.4 minutes. Metamora Is Seeking Canal Boat . METAMORA, Ind.—Metamora citizens interested in restoration of the community as a tourist attraction have presented petitions to Franklin County commissioners asking that a road be vacated to permit removal of a bridge across the restored Whitewater Canal. Removal of the bridge would permit the canal boat at the locks below the community to make trips into the residential section and business district of Metamora. , Commissioners Omer Prickel, Eugene (Jack) Kuntz and Irwin Brackney now will appoint three viewers' who will inspect the site arid report. Metamora is favored for additional restoration by state tourism agency officials who claim that under the proper program the community can become another Nashville. . OLD SYSTEM ALBUQUERQUE—New Mexico's- highway system is believed older than maintained by any other of the states. EVER HAPPEN TO YOU? By Bloke © King Features Syndicate, Inc., 1965. Wollj rights reierved You can shop around call a meeting Jg up an active family enjoy a "newsy" chat ...all by telephone USE THIS FULL-TIME VALUE FOR ALL IT'S WORTH! Public Telephone Corp. Shop X-l, The Friendly Store s SHOP AT X-L You'll like the change! All Prices Good Thru Saturday Unless Otherwise Specified Eckrich Smoked. Found .. 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