Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on May 6, 1974 · Page 5
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 5

Carroll, Iowa
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Monday, May 6, 1974
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She's a Painter — Both Art, Houses Mrs. Algene (Snort) Snyder has painted everything from detailed pastoral oil paintings to an entire house, interior and exterior. Sherry Snyder started painting when she was 13. Her home now contains several of her finished products, including a cushion in oils whose scene is copied from a photograph. After her husband, a partner in the Midwest Wholesale Building Products, and Kanne Construction complete a new home. Mrs. Snyder is set to work painting the house. She has an assitanl now, but Mrs. Snyder has done all the painting and varnishing tor a couple ot houses, including that of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Don Sporrer. Sherry Snyder is also a parttime flower arranger at Ann's Flowers. Bolh she and her husband are active in Jaycees and Jaycee-Ettes. Mrs. Snyder has held every office in the women's group and is presently state director. She is also the secretary of Weight Watchers and city secretary in the women's bowling league. The Snyders have three children, Scotl, 10', Dawn, 8. and Todd, 1. "I Ihink it's important to spend a lot of time with them, do things with them." Mrs. Snyder said of her children. In the summers, she usually accompanies the youngsters to Swan Lake each day. The entire family enjoys camping, fishing and swimming together. Caring for and canning the vegetables from their seven gardens often becomes another family project. Last year, with the help of her husband, Mrs. Snyder canned all of the vegetables from the gardens. After a winter of drawing on the canned goods, some are still on hand. Mrs. Snyder said the canning has proved a savings to the family. Grilling and shish-kabobing are other favorite means of cooking. Sherry Snyder said she likes to bake, and starts from scratch. Her grandmother taught her most of her cooking skills. Mrs. Snydersaid. Below are two often used recipes. Mrs. Snyder adds more green pepper for the sauce and freezes part of it to use in lasagne. SPAGHETTI SAUCE A LA MARILYN l'/4 Ib. hamburger 1 cubed green pepper 2 onions, diced 2 this, salad oil Combine in frying pan and cook for 10 minutes. In large saucepan, combine the following: 1 (No. 2 can) tomatoes or one qt, home-canned 1 can tomato puree 1 can tomato paste 1 can tomato sauce Fill each can with water and add to sauce. Salt and pepper to taste. Add '2 oz. jar of garlic powder. Mix meat and tomato mixtures. Bring to a boil and simmer two or more hours. FRENCH BREAD 1 pkg. yeast 1 4 cup warm water 3/ 4 cup flour Soften yeast in water, stir in flour. Knead until elastic and form into a ball. Drop the ball into a bowl containing two cups lukewarm water. Allow lo sink and rise lo the top for 15 minutes. Pour the dough and water into a bigger bowl. Stir in one teaspoon salt, about five Won't Run Again: Riley CEDAR RAPIDS. Iowa (AP) — State Sen. Tom Riley. R-Cedar Rapids, says he won't run again for the Iowa Legislature, even if he doesn't win his race for the 2nd District congressional seat. Riley said Sunday he has served in the legislature for 11 years, and it has become a hardship on his personal and family life. 'See Iowa Cara By Harrison Weber Distributed by the Iowa Dinly Prrss DES MOINKS — Because of the present energy situation the Iowa Development Commission will not sponsor its regular " S e e I o w ;\ Caravan" program. The caravan concept, which had received several national awards, was designed to carry the Iowa Tourism to out-of-statc- vacationers. Richard Ranney. director of the commission's tourism division, said the commission decided it would not he wise to sponsor a large caravan of cars as they travel over extended distances ' is Energy-Victim out-of-slate "We feel it's impcilanl IIT Iowa's tourism drvrlopnieri efforts to conform l<> trdri ,-ii and state guidelines sH lor UK traveling public. l{;-niu'\ said. "In keeping with mil effort we have <lrsij;n special d e v rIn p programs for this Ranney stated The I these is designed t<; lowans much mor< :\\\ what their state h;^ I" vacation possibilities, ; more aware of the mtu' which is available !• >> vacation planning The second orogram" Haney added, "deals with providing out-of-slate people '.vith information on what Iowa has to offer the traveler. It fits h ,i nd i n -glove with ou r 'Vacation In Iowa' theme. We will be personally talking to out-ol-state people who are •AH hni easy driving distance of ii>wa vacations." .\ s part of this second in ('Ur,un a group of up to 100 l"u an will he leaving Dejj Ninnies on May 13 and travel ! >\ commercial bus to selected 'vmrmini t ies in Illinois to '•n i.'h Iowa as a vacation spot. During the promotion we Times Herald, Carroll, la. |~ Monday, May 6, 1974 O t*l*lltttt*litit| 1lf iiiidi 11 (It I *•••••!••••••> will be meeting as many potential Iowa vacationers as possible, and providing information on Iowa vacations. Our use of public transportation will serve a dual purpose. It will allow us to conduct a major tourism promolional efforl with a minimum of fuel expenditure, and it will point up the real possibility of using public transportation when traveling, rather than private auto," Rannevsaid. Counter Toi Mrs. Algene i Sherry i Snyder is the artist of this oil painting as well as several others in her home. The walls are also decorated with items made from hobby kits and other crafts. cups flour, one cup at a lime. Turn out on a floured board and knead until elastic. Form into a ball and place in a buttered bowl. Brush the top with melted shortening and let rise until double in bulk. Punch down. place on floured board, and cut into two pieces. Place loaf either in loaf pans or form in long loaves on cookie pans. Let rise until doubled. Bake at 450 degrees for 30 minutes or until brown. Crashes Take Lives By The Associated Press Three people died this weekend in traffic accidents on Iowa roadways. Dewey Leppert, 74. Lansing, was killed Saturday when the car he was driving collided with another near Lansing. The driver of the other car. Lores Paus. 23. Dorchester, was injured. In another accident Saturday. Paul Wilson. 52. Mount Pleasant, died when the cement truck he was driving collider) with a Burlington Northern freight train at a crossing just northeast of Mount Pleasant. An accident on Interstate 80 near Newton claimed the life of an 18 year-old Memphis. Tenn.. woman. Jasper County authorities said Mrs. Kimberly Rowley was killed Sunday when a car driven by her husband. Steven, apparently went out of control, rolled into a ditch and caught fire. Rowley was not seriously injured. Large leaves in back yards are hiding one of the season's earliest fruits. The long stalks of the rhubarb plant can be boiled and sprinkled with sugar. For larger quantities of rhubarb, one of the following recipes might be used. Rhubarb Apricot Conserve 1 cups sliced t "a-inch thick i rhubarb, about 2 pounds 7 cups diced dried apricots, about 2 pounds 1 cup raisins 10 cups sugar 2 navel oranges 2 cups coarsely chopped pecans in a 6-quart suacepot stir together the rhubarb, apricots, raisins and sugar; let stand l'i> hours to draw some moisture from i .'inli.-u l> and plump dried fruit \\iih ,i swivel-blade vegetable peeler remove yellow part -A pee: from oranges; coarselv '-nop this peel. Remove white mite; membrane from oian^"- ;n,<l discard. Separate oranges m!o sections and cut into ' - TT|I pieces. Add peel and •-!•- !;...!!•-. to rhubarb mi.xlm e : K M moderate heat, stir cons! .nilv until sugar dissol\ r Hoi! rapidly . uneo\ e reri ,;mi stirring often 10 prv\ mi scorching, until thickened about 20 minutes Sin pecans. Pour into sterilized preserving jars and seal. Makes about 3 quarts. Rhubarb Ice Cream 'i cups diced fresh rhubarb I' :• cups sugar ..cups water ' i cup lemon juice '•-• tea spoon salt 4 cups heavy cream i teaspoon vanilla 1 i teaspoon red food color .'1 cups rnilk Combine rhubarb, sugar, uator, lemon juice and salt in :'.-quart saucepan. Cook, uncovered. 10 minutes, or until rhubarb is tender. Cool well Combine cooled rhubarb mixture, heavy cream, vanilla .-Hid red food color. Pour into I gallon freezer can. Add rmik. filling two third full. !•' r e e z e according to manufacturer's directions for your ice-cream freezer. Makes 1 gallon. Cherry Rhubarb Pie Pastry for 9-inch lattice-top pie 1 Ib. rhubarb, cut in '/-.-inch slices 1 (1-lb. cant pitted tart red cherries (waterpack) drained I 1 4 cups sugar '/» cup quick-cooking tapioca b drops red food coloring Prepare pastry. Combine remaining ingredients; let stand 15 minutes. Line 9-inch pie plate with pastry; pour in filling. Adjust lattice top; seal; flute edge. Bake at 400 degrees for 40-50 minutes. Serve warm. TEEN LI An additional private line ends frayed tempers, missed calls. Order from your telephone business office orask any telephone employee. i Northwestern Bell BALK PHOTO DEPARTMENT COLOR PRINTS FROM SLIDES FREE CANDLE GIFT with Your MOTHER'S DAY Purchase at ELLERBROEK'S (Mother has been nice to Ellerbroek's all year so Ellerbroek's wants to give her a candle as a gift.) FREE CANDLE Off er good through Saturday, May 11, 1974 on your purchase at Ellerbroek's of \ COATS DRESSES LINGERIE ACCESSORIES (Jewelry, Handbags, etc.) FREE Gift Wrapping Limit: 1 candle per purchase while they last! (let a FREK.candle in the color of your choice. These are radiant originals ... the world's finest international masterpieces. Fine quality del-orator candles . . . both colorful and beautiful.

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