Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on May 13, 1974 · Page 5
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May 13, 1974

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 5

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Counter Talk Swimsuit weather is not far away, which means it's time for the annual diet. Canned mushrooms served in low calories dishes can help get rid of extra pounds added over the winter. A three or four ounces can of mushrooms packed in their own juices or brine contains only 30 calories. Low-Calorie Mushroom-Beef Roulade :i i pound fresh mushroom or 1 can (8-oz.) mushroom stems and pieces and 1 can ( 3 - to 4-o z.) sliced mushrooms '2 cup finely chopped onion 4 cup finely chopped celery 1 :t cup grated carrot -Staff Photo Mrs. Laurence E. (Sharon) Clark has made several wall ornaments similar to the one she indicates in her kit- fhen. Decoupage. three-dimensional pictures and other v.raft items decorate her home. Clarks Hope Their Moving Days Over Moving had become a way of life for the Laurence E. Clark family. In the past 12 years, they moved 11 times, although not always to different towns. Mrs. Sharon Clark said she is looking forward to remaining in one location now. The Clarks have resided at 200 South Gate since coming to Carroll last June. They have four children. Jodi. 11. Mike. 10. Theresa. 7. and Amy. 3 1 2. Mr. Clark is the manager of the local Social Security office. Newcomers and Welcome Wagon are the two clubs Mrs. Clark joined. Sh« is serving as president of Welcome Wagon now. Sharon Clark has been active in several clubs for newcomers. •'Carroll's like any other town we've lived in. It takes about a year to really feel at home. You have to make an effort to let the community know you're here and willing to participate in activities." Sharon Clark said. Refurbishing antiques and making small craft items are activities Mrs. Clark enjoys on her own. Another project she is working on now is a memory box of doll furniture. "It's kind of a challenge when you refinish something because you'll never know what you'll find under all Nursing Homes Directors Study Care of Elderly MANNING — Three women from this area are attending a five weeks course for activity directors of homes for the elderly at Creston. Marion Hoffmeier activity director at Eventide in Denison; Roselle Aiken, activity director of The Colonial Manor in Avoca; and Lorine Sextro, activity director of the Manning Plaza are participating and will receive a certificate at the completion of this course. The United Presbyterian Women met on Friday at the church. The lesson was given by Marge Miller on the "Mission Report". Devotions were led by Phyllis Opperman. Helena Tank reported on the May Day Breakfast with 377 persons being served. Betty Opperman reported on the Spring Presbyterian held in Storm Lake. Women from Manning attending were Lois Frahm, Betty Opperman and Verna and Viola Karstens. The afternoon closed with lunch being served by the hostesses Odessa Campbell, lola Stammer and Minnie Jensen. Court Our Lady of Fatima No. 1492, Catholic Daughters of America, received first place and a cash prize for the 25th anniversary banner entered in the banner exhibit at the 31st bi-annual convention in Okoboji on April 26-28. Mrs. Ted Langel, Templeton regent, was elected as delegate to the national convention in Los Angeles, Calif., on July 13. Manning women attending the state convention were Laura Joens, first vice regent, and Loraine Sextro, district deputy. 1 tablespoon chopped parsley 2 tablespoons water 1 tablespoon lemon juice '.•2 teaspoon poultry seasoning 1' ii teaspoons salt '/» teaspoon ground black pepper 2'i! pounds (8 individual) lean minute steaks (cut from chuck or round) 1 can (8 oz.) tomato sauce Rinse, pat dry and dice 4 Ibs. and slice '/:i-lb. fresh mushrooms or drain can of sliced mushrooms; set aside. Add to mushrooms in skillet, onion, celery, carrot, parsley, water, lemon juice, poultry seasoning, '^-teaspoon salt and '/H-teaspoon black pepper. Cover tightly and cook over medium heat, stirring occasionally, until vegetables are tender, about 10 minutes. Sprinkle steaks with remaining 1 teaspoon salt and '/H-teaspoon black pepper. Place neaping tablespoon of cooked mushroom mixture on each steak. Roll up and fasten with toothpick or tie with string. Place under preheated broiler and broil, turning to brown on all sides; arrange in casserole. Pour juice from broiler pan and tomato sauce over meat. Stir in reserved '/i-pound sliced fresh mushrooms or canned sliced mushrooms. Cover casserole and bake in a preheated 350-degree oven P/a to 2 hours or until meat is Times Herald, Carroll, la. _ Monday, May 13, 1974 J tender. Makes 8 portions. Braised Celery Wedges 2 stalks Florida celery 1 can (3 to 4 ounces) sliced mushrooms 4 small white onions, sliced into rings 1 chicken bouillon cube l'/4 cups boiling water '/H teaspoon salt Dash ground white pepper 1 tablespoon cornstarch Cut celery stalks crosswise about 6-inches from bottom. Cut each stalk lengthwise into 4 wedges. In a large skillet arrange celery wedges. Drain mushrooms, reserving liquid. Scatter mushrooms and onion rings over celery wedges. Dissolve bouillon cube in water. Add to skillet along with salt and white pepper. FUNNY BUSINESS By Roger Bollen Bring to boiling point. Reduce heat, cover and simmer 15 minutes or until celery is crisp tender. Remove celery to serving dish; keep warm. Mix cornstarch with reserved mushroom liquid. Stir into broth in skillet. Cook until thickened and clear, stirring. Spoon over celery wedges and serve. Makes 8 portions, 38 calories per portion. Marinated Mushrooms % cup low-calorie Italian dressing 'A teaspoon each, dried leaf tarragon, thyme and dill weed Ms teaspoon snipped chives 1 can (6 or 8 ounces) mushroom crowns, drained Combine dressing with seasonings. Pour over drained mushroom crowns in small bowl; marinate ift' refrigerator 4 hours or overnight. Serve chilled with crackers. those layers of paint." Mrs. Clark said. As a family, the Clarks enjoy camping, cook-outs, swimming and hiking. Sports events such as baseball, football and hockey often bring the Clarks to the bleachers. This summer, the family hooes to eet in some camping, and visiting with their parents in Brayton and Audubon. When it comes to cooking for her husband and youngsters, Mrs. Clark sticks to basics. Simple foods, such as the ones listed below, are generally placed on the dining table. OVERNITE LETTUCE SALAD 1 head lettuce, cut up 1 2 cup chopped celery 1 cup chopped green pepper 1 onion, sliced 1 pkg. frozen ^reen peas (imthawed) '"'•'.' '"''•;.-. : 1 cup mayonnaise " ' 2 tbls. sugar 4 oz. grated cheddar cheese 8 slices bacon, fried crisp and crumbled Layer first five ingredients in pan. Spread with mayonnaise. Sprinkle with sugar, then cheese, then bacon. Refrigerate overnight and toss before serving. (Mrs. Clark adds that she uses a prepared mix for the bacon and cheese seasoning, i RHUBARBCAKE Mix: 1'a cup brown sugar 'a cup margarine Add: 1 cup sour milk 2 cups flour 1 tsp. baking soda 4 tsp. salt 1 tsp. vanilla I 1 2 cups rhubarb Place in a 9x13 inches pan. Sprinkle with '.-i cup sugar and one teaspoon cinnamon. Bake at 350 degrees for 30-35 minutes. Top Medical Award Goes to Belmond Doctor DES MOINES, Iowa (AP>— Dr. S. P. Leinbach of Belmond has become the second recipient of the distinguished service award of the Iowa Medical Society. The first award was presented to the late Dr. George Scanlon of Iowa City in 1964. The society's annual merit award was presented to Dr. John H. 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