Freeport Journal-Standard from Freeport, Illinois on July 12, 1975 · Page 6
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4-H: Freepprt (III.) Journal-Standard. Saturday, J U | y 12, 1975 p agB 5 "Four-H ain't all cows and cpoKing." T}ie,new 4-H dubs are much m^re than that, golden agerl found out as the,y listened to three young people'Thursday afternoon;.'.- 1 ' 1 ,; : ' , i Ela(ne."Simploi, r '. ; Rarnona Shipp and Mark'Germftih .pointed out the merits , of the newiy;.expinded 4-H program for memb'ers of the 'Golden Links Club at ttieYWCA. '.".'„ > : . The'4 r H club.^rbgram, sponsored by ' the federal ;goyernment, is now for urban, and city kids as well as those' living in'the country, said Elaine Simon, who is an Extension trainee in Freeport this suKimer. She is from Princeton arid is a senior at the University of Illinois. , the diversified program is firt; those 8 to 18 years of age. The crafts and projects of many of the youngsters were exhibited. Not All Cows, Cooking Irt\l/ u/o foal tun tiAlrt *t*« AM*!..,. ' !»*<•» «lnMA«.M.& K _At _• -- . ^M^^ "Now we feel we help the entire family through our expanded foods and nutrition program," Elaine said. "We're telling the youngsters how foods can be put to a more nutritional use." ."•••'• There are 1;270 4-H'ers in Stephenson County in 54 clubs, which usually meet once a month. • The awards and honors program, camping opportunities and participation possibilities on a county, state and national level also were mentioned. Ramona Shipp, a member of the Cap and King 4-H Club and a junior' at Freepprt High School, .presented her winning talk on child abuse. "Change lies in the hands of the court," she re-' minded. Mark Germain of Rock City, who has taken part in the 4-H program for nine years, presented his winning cook- ing demonstration on cheese, puffs for the group; His many 4-H projects include Hvestbck and swine-raising as well as his cooking. When his mother was ill with a heart condition, Mark took over the cooking responsibilities for a family of six. The cheese puffs are for snacks or a 'main meal. Cheese puffS of variety were prepared and later served as shacks for the golden agers. His recipe follows. Cheese Puffs 1V4 cups water 1/4 cup butter fa tsp. salt 1 cup flour 4.eggs 1 cup coarsely grated Gruyere cheese Parmesan cheese Beef filling: ',> Listen To Young People Social- Club Notes Watermelon Treat For Newcomers , Summer picnics and watermelon are synonymous: at least in the minds of the women planning the Wednesday picnic for the Newcomers Club. Cochairmen for the alfresco meal are Mrs. Terry Hoefle and Mrs. Dick Rosenstiel. They are beirig assisted by Mrs. Mark Becker, Mrs. Ted Picknell and Mrs. Joe Spain. The women .will meet on Flagstaff Hill of .Krape Park-. Serving will begin at 1 o;'elock, •,*;; ; ,:;•; .: ; . ; ' •,•;.';',• :,. , ; >: The ^terrhelpri and a beverage will be .provided; Members ; are asked to bring a vegetable or salad to pass and their pvKji table stii-yice, ;: - .Ramona Talks Mark Bakes >4/7/7 Landers. •'.ft* >.-*.'»/'• Games wUl.be" played after lunch; A baby-sitting service will be provided at First Presbyterian Church. New RlUrige Times . All YWCA members are invited to partake in the new 8 a.m. plunge that will be offered every Tuesday and Answers Your Questions • Thursday, starting next Tuesday. For further information! interested persons may call Mrs. Opal Wilhelms, 232-4197: > Mark Chapter Might College of Regents Chapter Night was observed by the Women of the Mdose on Thursday evenihg. Mrs. Martin Qenkinger was in ..charge. ..:...; ... • ..; v#. .'. ' . The changing of the tassle ceremony ,^was. conducted by, Mrs. i.ipran Hoefle. Honored at. this cereiii^ was Mrs GinHjnger. Mrs. Lewis -Pj§gt was honored as a new member of the new college of regents. .Eight new candidates were enrolled. Forty-two members took part in the "kidnap breakfast," which .was a project of Mrs. Ginkinger. •':, .Prizes were won by M^s. Clarence E. Hille and Mrs. Diane Euler. The international convention of the Moose was attended in New York City by Mrs. Mary Griffin, Mrs. Arthur Walrod and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Muna. /Refreshments were served. Notes of the Day Al Bolinger of Freeport is a patient in Veterans Administration Hospital, Ward 6 B, Room B-6102, 2500 Overlook Terrace, Madison, Wis. 53705. Emerson Kailey of Paris, France, stopped for a day to see his mother, Mrs. Elmer Kailey, Freeport Motor Inn. He was en route from Albuquerque, N.M., where he visited his brother, Ross, and was on his way to Frankfort, Germany, for two weeks before returning to his home. .' Dear Ann Landers: When you spoke in Racine, Wis., you said 20 years of writing the column has made you ;,,positively shockproof. I hope so. My story is unusual, to say the least. ,;,. .Frank (made-up name) and I have ,i-.!.been married three years. He is 28. I .? am 23,. I. Know he loyes me and I am crazy about him, but he has a peculiar hang-up about making love. Frank . simply cannot perform in bed,< like a .^.normal persoiii It has to be on the front , porch, the back yard, on the roof, on a , beach, or in the woods. Several times, driving home from a party, Frank has Basked.me to undress in the car and walk into the house nude. We live in a . residential area. I have always complied with his ,.,, wishes but I'm scared to death the " neighbors might see me. I think Frank's requests are unnatural and ,, childish. I try hard to please him be- ;i .j cause Hove the guy but he is becoming ; .more demanding and I don't know , what to do about it. Can you help? , -S.O.S. ,:,-. Dear S.O.S.: If the police see you ....walking nude from the car to the ..house, you could be arrested. Tell Frank no more .indecent exposure in --public. The guy sounds bananas. Any,one who needs the element of high risk mixed in with his sexual gratification also needs counseling. ', '••••• .-'<:• • ' ' * * *• '• . ' Dear Ann: This is for the 13-year-old • •:, who couldn't get up in the morning for .school, but was wide-eyed at midnight. •', Years ago, when I returned to the . ''working world, I ate little or no breakfast, a light lunch and a heavy meal in the evening. Before supper I was exhausted. Less than an hour after I ate I was so revved up I could work until midnight. When morning came I was -•dead tired. ; Last year my husband had to leave on .an early-morning business .trip.,He suggested. I eat a big breakfast with him at the airport. That day ,t had?a, • light lunch, and a light, supper.' B.ytio., o'clock I was ready for, bed.^ne:rie'xt .•morning I was rarin' td gbJI'yfe:been "f on;;" that - same;~eating^;Sch^dure,-'eyjer since and' am never tire,d. " _"". " '\.\ , Now I realize my body w ( asn't get-' ting enough nourishment in the morning to carry me through'the day '. I'll bet if that 13-year-old will eat a big breakfast and a light, lunch and supper, he'll be able to sleep at night and jump out of bed in the morning rarin' to go. i -DITTO Dear Ditto: Many people wrote to suggest a change in diet - especially that "01' Sleepy Head" lay off carbo-; nated drinks after supper. I hope the lad sees this letter and takes your advice. * *•*•'•;•. Dear Ann Landers: I was annoyed by the daughter who said she wouldn't permit her mother to be cremated. I want to be cremated also and I think the decision should be up to the individual. If it takes a plot of ground and a marker for people to remember me, then I'm not. worth remembering. What I need to know is this: If I should die first, since my husband wants a conventional burial with a casket and the works, is there any reason why my.ashes could npt.be placed in the casket with him? ' .'."• . • " ' '/ ' -ELLA Dear Ella: Probably not, but each cemetery has its own •regulations. Check it out. Some cemeteries insist that each individual have his own plot. Dear Ann Landers: A word, please, to "Lady Who Has Ma.de the Scene." She has trouble with her, choice of words. She's no lady. .,. '..'.., As for thiose "sensational lovers" s With whom she's made the scene, they are,no. bargains either. I hope you can ': 2 g(Bt through to those bedroom,athletes ' ..^t^enmisujse ^sex, like anything/; ,,:^^^n^r^i^meaningless,v i: " ; " i and. cheap. ;> ; ; ,tv •-• , ' , Dear Bin; Rightjyou are. Sex'as.a contact,sport leaves much to be de-;, sired. Better they .should go in |or touch football. WOMEN'S APPAREL Will be closed for vacation Monday, July 14th S^ltoroiipii July 26th. ','.;,:•,,;_'',',.'",. •.- . ;..-... AMss Dorothy ' . ,: . ' 9 h. van burcn ave. Highland NDROCLES AND THE LION July 15, 16\ 17, 18 & 19 Highland Theatre Curtain: 7:15 P.M. Little Roars, 50* - Big Roars, $2.50 SUMMERSET THEATRE II ' Phone 232-3556 jj Pearl City Road, Freeport, Illinois A WHALE OF A SALE! When The Boss Goes .. . EVERYTHING Goes. While lyle is away vacationing in Alaska, we plan to clear out our entire inventory of brand-name appliances; You Can't Afford Not To Shop Now — The savings Are SHOP and COMPARE • BROILMASTER GAS GRILLS „,„ :.... „ ^fesi/iso $ 138" • AMAMURASil COMPACTOR i only... R , g '. $239.00 '128* • WHIRtPOOL IT FREEZER 1 Only Reg. $379.50 < 308" • HARDWICK RANGES V Only .......Reg. $193.82 f 158" • A.O. SMITH WATER HEATERS From • WHIRLPOOL WASHER & DRYER Reg . $491.00 • SPEED QUEEN ELECTRIC DRYER iom y „,„. $,39.9$ • WARM MORNING SPACE HEATER ioni y » . R , g . $132.85 '108* • SPEED QUEEN WATER SOFTENER Reg . $339.50 $ 298" • WHIRLPOOL REFRIGERATOR ..., „ ; Reg . $ 38 9.oo I 328" 1819 S. West Ave. Freeport, III Phone 233-1713 4 Open; Man. 8-9 Tues.-Fri.-8-5 Sat. 8-Noon Northern Propane Company 3 tbsps. butter 3 tbsps. flour 1 cup milk 1 pkg. drted beef Mushrooms Onions Bring water, butter and salt to a boil. Add flour. Continue mixing to ball stage. Add eggs, one at a time, and mix thoroughly. Stir well until mixture has a fine sheen. Add Gruyere cheese. Drop by spoonfuls on* cookie sheet about iy 2 inches apart. Sprinkle with Parmesan cheese. Bake in 375-degree oven for 25 to 30 minutes or until brown. Make white sauce of butter, flour and milk by melting butter and mixing in the flour thoroughly and adding the milk slowly and cooking until thick. Then add the cut-up dried beef, mushrooms and onions to taste. Cream puffs are cut In half and filled with the mixture for a main dish, which Mark suggested could be served, with tomato wedges and cucumber slices. While the cheese puffs baked, for the golden agers to sample, Ramona Shipp sang several numbers and told the group about the new 4-H Bicentennial Chorus, which will be performing during the 200th birthday of the nation, singing songs from music donated for the occasion by the. J.C. Penney Co. M$k .- b «, T^v » m ttTS 60 UP OIARLIE. TdETwc Got CHOCOLATE CHIP AT Ul o

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