Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on February 15, 1968 · Page 10
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3-Bedroom House JJL£. PLAN NO, 647606 Itbftoow DOOM £ Are you planning to build a •thouse and wnnt your money's worth? If so, this three-bedroom ''plan may be your answer, Accepted by the Cooperative Farm Building Exchange, this house •has several up-to-date features. ••; The three bedrooms with Sucesse* i May Speed More Flights CAPE KENNEDY, Fla. (AP) ! — Recent successes In Arnerl- •' ca's man-to-the moon drive may .permit the space agency to ' squeeze In three manned Apollo -'flights this year, with the first , launch perhaps two months * sooner than scheduled. •I The National Aeronautics and ,' Space Administration's an- 'nounced schedule calls for as- .tronauts Walter M. Schlrra Jr., Donn F. Elsele and Walter Cun• ningham to ride the first manned Apollo moonship Into earth orbit In the "last quarter" of this year, meaning no sooner than October. Unofficially, however, sources say the flight could occur much earlier, perhaps August. They point out that current schedules call for the spacecraft to arrive at Cape Kennedy toward the end of March. The planned launch preparation time Is about four months. The success of America's second Saturn 5 super-rocket launching, now scheduled for March 21, plus some key administrative decisions to be made In the next few weeks by NASA planners will determine whether , the Schirra-commanded mission Is in fact moved up and whether two manned Saturn 5 flights are attempted this year. Navy Capt. Schlrra, Air Force Maj. Elsele and Cunningham, a civilian, will be orbited by a Saturn 1 rocket, a smaller booster than the Saturn 5 which will be used to launch men to the moon. The official schedule now includes another Saturn 1 launching this spring for a second unmanned test of a lunar module, the craft that will ferry astronauts between the moon's surface and an Apollo command ship In lunar orbit. o i '1..-1 3 ICALI IN rirr ample space to fit standard furnishings hnve enough closet storage areas for linens and cleaning supplies as well as clothing. There are two baths adjecent to the larger bedrooms. The L-shaped kitchen features good counter working space. Revolving shelves in the corner space of the base cavlnot give additional storage. Since entrance to each room is from the center hall, traffic is kept to a minimum. The entrance from the carport to the kitchen Is convenient for bringing in groceries and household supplies. Other modern features In- KlttHI'N l*S »to»»ar clude: desk In the kitchen placed In a handy spot to help the homemaker in her recordkeeping, rneal planning and telephoning; fallout shelter for six persons; workshop or storage room; and a covered walk from the carport to the front entrance of the house. The floor area of this plan Is well within the limits set by the Farmers Home Administration for construction plans. Complete working drawings of Plan No. 647 606 may be obtained, free of charge, from your local County Agricultural Extension Office located in the Hempstead County Courthouse. For further information, call Prospect 7-5771. February Favorite "Fritter" nwny February with nn unusual dessert to surprise your guests at u Valentine gathering or a holiday birthday celebration. Crisp Cherry Fritters mingle tart red cherries with nourishing Kollogg's All-Bran for a gala dessert. Hostess hint; hold the first fritters in a very slow oven (250°F.) while you fry the remaining batter. For a subtle flavor accent, add a hint of grated nutmeg to the hot Cherry Sauce. plUod sour cherries 14 cups sifted regular all-purpose Hour 2 U'a.spoons baking powder I teaspoon suit Cherry Fritters with Cherry Sauce cups (1 lh. -I oz. cnii) % cup siiRur 1 KRK, slightly beaten /a cup milk 2 teaspoons shortening, cup sugar melted Vs cup Kulldgg's All-Bran * 1 tablespoon cornstarch Drain cherries, reserving Juice and about "A cup of the cherries for sauce; set usldo. Sift together Hour, baking powder, salt and sugar. Combine egg, milk, cooled shortening and All-Bran; let stand until most of moisture is taken up. Add sifted dry ingredients, stirring until smooth. Stir in cherries. Drop by table- spoonsful into hot. deep fat (375T.). Fry until golden brown, about 3 minutes. Drain on absorbent paper. To make sauce, add water to cherry juice to make one cup liquid. Combine sugar and cornstarch in small saucepan; stir in cherry juice. Cook until thickened and clear, stirring constantly. Stir in cherries. Serve with Cherry Fritters. Yield: 8-0 Servings, 2 Cherry Fritters each. HERE S ANOTHER Look-How-Easy Recipe from Pride r but he»man tasting FRIDU Golden Cream Style Corn puts oomph into any meali e.xtra oomph into your favorite recipes. Here's another recipe for your collection featuring a Di.sielanvl favorite from Pride of Illinois, i from the heart of the country where things «ro\v good! HERB SEASONED CORN 1 can (#303) 1 T. 1 T. Mi t. PRIDE OF ILLINOIS Golden Cream Style Sweet Corn grated onion butter poultry seasoning Mix 9!! ingredients together. Add salt and pepper tP taste. Heat and serve . . . with PRIDE! Enjoy the Complete PRIDE Cupboard-ful o( Fancy Canned Vegetables SHOP The store that cares about you! r "SUPER.RIGHT" QUALITY HEAVY C*LF STEAK j*j 43q 79 Mb. 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