The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah on October 3, 1971 · Page 38
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MRS. ANDREW E. SCHOW ARTS GROUP MEETS MONDAY The .Arts International cultural, meeting will be held Monday at,-8 .-p.m. .at the Bertha Eccles Community Arts Center. Guests will be "The Generations," a musical group consisting of a piano, guitars, drums and brass. The event will be- under the direction of the chairmen, Mrs. Kenneth Jensen, and Mrs. Robert Johnson. Mrs. Edward-Kelley will conduct ihe art lecture on the permanent exhibit. For reservations, call Mrs. Ralph Ingebretsen, 399-1856; or Mrs. Paul Jensen, 3948141. 6C Ogden Standard-Examiner, Sunday, October 3, 1971 JOYCE MARSDEN LEE ANN SIMMONS Presbyterians Plan Luncheon The Women's Association, of the First Presbyterian Church, will meet for its monthly luncheon Tuesday at 12:30 p.m. Hannah "Circle will be in charge of the luncheon. Reservations 'may be made by calling Mrs. Avery Wheelwright at 393-2493. The executive board will meet \ at 11 a.m. . [ A film entitled, "A Problem of Power," will be presented. Parents of Two Misses Announce Engagements Two Married in Temple; Will Reside in Ogden The Salt Lake LDS Temple was the setting Thursday for wedding ceremonies uniting the former Miss Joanne Kay Lundell and Andrew E. Schow Jr. . In the evening the young couple received guests at a reception in the Ogden LDS 54th Wara Cultural Hall. The skirt and chapel length train were trimmed in matching lace applique. Attendants included Miss Sharon Lundell,' sister of the bride, as maid of honor, Mrs. Niel C. Schow, Miss Linda Law, Miss Janet Law. Mrs. David and .Miss Charyol full Lefgren The bride is a daughter of Mr! Ik ' and Mrs. Orville C. Lundell of Ie ™f 9/5 Taylor. ! taffeta, with empire bodice, Parents of the bridegroom are: stand coll ^ full ^- ™ [p^f- T^fnn ' * ST., 329 Park, Layton. trimmed with lace threaded with lavender velvet ribbon. Ushers were M. Grant Schow, The bride was attired in an original floor length gown ofi"~Niel C. "Schow" performed crepe back satin, overlaid with I duties of best man. silk organza. It was styled, with long full sleeves with deep cuffs, modified empire bodice and mandarin collar trimmed with Chantilly lace. Crai| Ste . Lundell, Scott Lundell and ten G, Miller. Following a wedding trip to Southern Utah, the couple will reside in Ogden. University Club To Hold Social The Women's University Club will hold a bridge-luncheon Saturday at 1 p.m.. at the Weber Club. Serving on the committee are Mrs. Roy Leavitt, chairman: Mrs. Viola Adair, Miss Pearl Allain, Miss Anna Starr, Mrs. Samuel McMurdie, Mrs. Chalmer Jackson and Mrs. Helen Mally. For reservations call 394-7673. Members may bring guests. Joyce Marsden Mr. and Mrs. Ralph D. Marsden of 876 Oak Drive, announce the engagement of their daughter Joyce to Dennis D. Ashton. The bridegroom-to-be is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth D. Ashton of 386 E. 4575 S., Washington Terrace. The bride elect was graduated iDec. 17 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple, and will be honored at a reception in the Ogden LDS 17th Ward Cultural Hall. from Bonneville High School and LDS Seminary. She is attending Weber State College school of nursing, and is employed at the "McKay Hospital. Mr. Ashton was graduated from Bonneville High School and is attending Weber State College. Lee Ann Simmons LAYTON — The engagement of Miss Lee Ann Simmons to Rudy Puzey is announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Simmons of 106 Flint. Mr. Puzey is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Nad Puzey of 240 E. 5300 S., Murray. ' The bride-to-be was graduated from Layton High School and is attending Weber State College. She is reigning as Miss Rodeo Hill Ah- Force Base, Mr. Puzey was graduated He served an LDS mission in! from Murray High School and is the Pacific Northwest and is attending Weber State College. employed at the McKay Hospital. The couple will te married Both are members of the Rodeo Club at. Weber State College. ASK THE COOK Have Trouble Making Good Meat Loaf? Try Nans Way By NAN WILEY DEAR NAN: If you have a good way of making meat loaf I wish you would print it sometime. I have in mind using about a pound of ground beef with no pork mixed in. — Mrs. James E. Sawyer. Meat loaf recipes are endless but many - readers still have trouble. My own way is somewhat sketchy since I don't measure but it suits us and a lot of others. I use 1-% pounds of ground beef because we like some left for sandwiches. Mix in 1-% teasp. salt, a couple of dashes of pepper, whatever amount of diced green pepper, celery and onion you like; probably '% 10 % cup each. Then I hold 3 or 4 slices of toasted sandwich bread under the faucet to moisten, squeeze dry, stir into 2 beaten, eggs arid a couple of good dollops of ketchup in a small bowl. Whisk with a fork to even out the bread. Add to the meat, blend well. Hand shape into a loaf in a :lat baking pan or large skillet. Pour on 1 can cream of tomato, mushroom or celery soup diluted with just % can water. Bake uncovered at 325-350 for an hour and 15 minutes. Baste occasionally. "Then there is a zippy "Barbecued Meat Loaf." Mix 1-% Ibs. ground beef, % cup fresh bread crumbs, 1 small chopped onion, 1 beaten egg, 1-% teasp. salt, 'A teasp. pepper and half of an 8-ounce can tomato sauce. Shape and place in a flat pan. Now combine what's left of that tomato sauce plus another can of it (1-% cups in all) with % cup water, 3 tablesp. vinegar, 3 tablesp. brown sugar, 1 tablesp. prepared mustard and 2 teasp. Worcestershire sauce. Pour over the loaf. Bake at 350 for 1 hour, 15 minutes. Try adding % cup grated cheese to any meat loaf sometime. It's good , Next is "Applesauce Meat Loaf" using 1-% pounds ground beef, % cup applesauce, 1 teasp. salt, % teasp. poultry seasoning, 1 cup fresh bread crumbs, 2 teasp. grated onion and \k cup chopped parsley. Form into a loaf or place in a lightly oiled loaf pan. 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