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The Morning Herald from Uniontown, Pennsylvania • Page 5

Uniontown, Pennsylvania
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THE MORNING HERALD THE EVENING UNION-TOWN, SATURDAY, MARCH 16, 74-l'AGK a June Wedding Engagement News Mrs. William C. Wood of Ulica, N. has announced the engagement of her daughter, Joyce to David V. Rors, son of Dr.

and Mrs. Vincent T. Ross of Uiiiontown, Dr. Ross is pastor of the Trinity United Presbyterian Church. Miss Wood, daughter of the late Rev, William C.

Wood, former pastor of the Central United Methodist Church of Utica, is a graduate of the Slate University at Fredonia with a B. A. degree in elementary education. She is a teacher in Ihc Utica Puhlie School Svstem. Mr.

Ross was graduated from Bowling Green University, Ohio with a B. S. degree in radio-television journalism. He is a suorts director and membar of the News Watch team at WLJTH-TV an ABC affiliate, Utica, N. Y.

A jiine wedding is planned. JOYCE WOOD Music Club Program MARGARET KLAMERUS Honored Margaret Kiamerus, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Kiamerus, Nema-cotin has been named Girl-of-the-Month by Carmichauls Area Women's Civic Club. She is a student at Car-michaels Area Senior High School and is recording secretary for the National Honor Society; vioe president of Youth Education Pep Club; news' editor of "Mike head of Silk and Color Guard.

She formerly was a member of Future Homema Iters of America, junior standing committee, and whs junior attendant at homecoming. She was also a member of Spanish Club and Mikette. She has been accepted at California State Cpllege where she will major in speech pathology and audio-logy. Grandpa rens arc Mr. and Mrs, John Duneitch, Brownsville and the late Mr.

and Mrs. Joseph Kiamerus, Linn, Pa. Members uf Uniontown Music Club will meet at Great Bethel Baptist Church night at 7:45. A brief business meeting will be conducted by the president," Russell Sessler. Hymn Df the Month, "Holy uSpirit, Truth arranged from Gottshalk, will be led by Nartine llanna.

Mrs. W. N. Kidman will serve as leader for the following program, "Focus the Spotlight Dn a N'iffht of Classical Trio Flute, Cornet and Piano No. 1 in Ti Major by C.P.E.

Bach Mrs, Thomas P. Ruane, Robert Bnnoni, Herbert Meds'ger. Piano First Movement from Scherzo in Flat Minor; from Sonata in Flat Minor by Chopin Marguerite Newcomer. Vocal Mattinata bv Ruggiero Lconcavalu The Violets bv Mozart Billie Gail Griffin Concerto for Bassoon and Piano: Second Movement, Andante and ma Adagio by Mozart Mrs. Thomas P.

Ruane, Jr. and Richard McCoy, Piano: Agitato No. li, from Parts of Songs Without Words Mendelssohn Wanda Wilson. Concerto by Carl Stamitz Robert Bononi. Vci-al: Lo, Hear the Gentle Lark Henry H.

Bishop Dedication Schumann IrenE Hoak. Accompanists will he Wanda Wilson, Donna Smith and M(s. Haydcn Duff. general chairman and fashion coordinator; PLAN CHARITY BALL A charity ball will be held Friday, April 26 from 7: 30 to 1 1 p.m. at the Holiday Inn for thr? henefit of the Fayette County Chapter, Pennsylvania Assn.

for Retarded Children. Seated from left, Angela innrci 1'iue, rsancy Morris, standing: Dorothy Snyder, Alice Attcni, co-chairman; Catherine Coughenour. Herald-Standard Photo St. Patrick's Day Food Show in' Of The Green June Wedding Plans pMonda Progress Club will i Proeress Club will meet Monday at 1:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs.

George B. Smith, 90 Oakland Uniontown. Mrs. H. Null Hough will present a paper, "Remember William Penn." The vignette will he by Mrs.

Eugene Hilton. ELECTION Alpha Lambda Chapter will hold election of officers-today at 12:30 at Pleasant Valley Country Club. Mr. and Mrs. James C.

Maynard of Cleveland, Ohio, formerly of Little Brown-field, have announced the en- gagement of their daughter, Linda Susan to Joseph A. Mitchell sun of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph. A.

Mitchell of Carmichaels. The bride-elect was' graduated from Coliinwood High School, Cleveland, Ohio, in 1072 and attended Cleveland Secretarial School Institute, Cleveland, aud is employed by Bowman Products, Cleveland. Mr. Mitchell is a 1969 graduate of Cumberland High School and served with the B. S.

Army for two years. He is employed by Lincoln Electric in Euclid, Ohio. The couple plans to marrv June 8. I Jl 1 it LINDA SUSAN MAYNAUD Club Meet Regular meeting of the various donations to organi- 47 SMART LADIES LAUNDRY DETERGENT from us last monUi for SO 95 per 50 lb. bag Why don't you gel smart ihis monlhv We deliver SERVICE RADIO Phone 434-4516 ijuuge mi, anc to De Rent China, Portable Bar, Glassware, Silver, Tables, Chairs, Coats, Racks or other Party Items.

SERVICE Rent-All 146 Pittsburgh St. PHONE 437-44A8 awarded. A report was given Order Sons uf Italy in America, was held in the club room with worthy venerable, Edith Nepa presiding. Assistant venerable, Julia Felix, read the principles on which the urder is based. She led "The Lord's Prayer" with Lorraine Bulotta leading pledge of allegiance.

Correspondence was read and plans discussed for on Liieuisinci ii meeting wiui the treasurer giving the financial report. Following the program a social was held with Isobel Maraney and Sue Mollis in charge. Decorations were carried out in typical St. Patrick's green and while. February and March birthday celebrants were honored.

M0N. TUES. SPECIAL Corned beef and cabbage are great St. Patrick's Day foods but not everyone likes hoiled dinners. Even if they do, it's more festive to makea leprechaun salad that combines corned beef with raw spinach leaves that wear the green unmistakably.

The surprise item in the salad is mellow banana chunks to soften the "bite" of the fresh spinach flavor. The dressing is a real dazzler. It's a parsley-green mayonnaise mixed with a bit of anchovy paste or chopped capers, lemon juice, dry mustard and a live-ly touch of'garlic and scallions. St. Patrick's Day comes on a Sunday this year, and what could he more pleasant than having a leprechaun salad supper for family and friendsV Add funny hats for the children, use a green tablecloth, or huy a gay St.

Patrick's Day paper one, and you've got a party in full green bloom. In these days of stress and crisis, parties arc very important to give some relief. The only energy they take is a short session in the kitchen. If it's at dinner you would like to add a touch of the green, try creamed spinach and bananas. Again, the bananas soften the slightly biting taste of the spinach, and add mellow contrast to what is otherwise a quite ordinary vegetable dish.

Bananas go so well an an accompaniment to vegetables, and indeed, they are often served as vegetables, themselves when cooked. Baked, broiled, and sauteed bananas are delicious with main dishes such as ham, pork, and other favorites, And, 'as the banana bunch, industry-sponsored center for consumer information, paints out, this wcll-likcd fruit is selling for about the same price now as it did twenty years ago, so use bananas freely in budget-conscious meals. Leprechaun Salad 1 cup mayonnaise .1 tablespoon anchovy paste or chopped capers 2 teaspoons lemon juice 1 clove garlic, crushed 3 tablespoons chopped scallions ''i teaspoon dry mustard cup chopped parsley 1 package (10 ounces) fresh spinach, washed and stems removed 1 pound cooked corned beef, cut in julienne strips 4 large or fi medium bananas, cut in chunks Mix -mayonnaise, anchovy paste, lemon juice, garlic, scallions, dry mustard and parsley. Chill about 1 hour. In a large salad bowl combine spinach and corned beef.

Just before serving, add bananas. Serve with dressing, YIELD: 4 servings. MEN'S IE AUC -i corned hecf, raw spinach, bananas, and a zippy dressing green with parsley. Sure and it's leprechaun salad that smart hostesses will nerve for St, Patrick's Day supper, a combination of butter, Add onion and cook un- cover and cook for 5 minutes, til tender, Blend in flour and or until spinach is tender. Add salt.

Gradually stir in milk bananas and serve inland cook, stirring constantly, mediately, until thickened. Add spinach, YIELD: 4 to 6 servings. CKEAMED SPINACH AND BANANAS 2 tablespoons butter i margarine i 'A cup chopped onion 2 tablespoons flour Color Blue, in assorted sizes! Ren. 6.97 $R27 QU Reg. 97 Of teaspoon salt Vk cups milk Vz teaspoon lemon juice 2 packages (10 ounces eacbl frozen chopped spinach, thawed and well drained 2 large or 3 medium bananas, sliced In medium saucepan, melt Peanut clutr, choc, covertd pcanuli, maltvd milk balls.

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