Leonard Madigan Family Busy af Work on 4-H Exhibits iqi LocalI County Showk Refttesenjtative of a,good many and pomander balls. Linda has homes in Carroll County where contrived a tray from an old pic work on 4-H exhibits is underway fo| local -achievement shows and the *Four-C«iunty Fair is' the farm | home of the Leonard Madigan family,.,in Maple Riv$r township. Mrs. Madigan is leader of the Maple R,iver Top Notchers 4-H Club of which two of her daughters are 4 members. Her oldest daughter*, Jeanine, is club president. : y • The Maple River Top Notchers wills hold their local achievement show in the Farm Bureau building fr6m 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. Thursday, July 18, when exhibits will be .picked for the Four-County J Fair at Coon Rapids, July 29 to August 1. If all members nave been working as diligently as the Madigans, the Top Notchers' show will be a stupendous affair. Mrs. Madigan has encouraged club members, including her daughters, Jeanine and Linda, to enter as many different categories as possible. A workshop has been set up in a new double garage on the Madigan farm where 4-H girls have been busy with hammers, saws and paint brushes making articles for the show. The entire club held an all-day session in the workshop recently. Exhibits this year will be limited to the field of home furnishings. Jeanine is preparing a unit exhibit which will consist of a chair, rug, pin-up lamp and sewing kit. The chair is being refinished and re-caned. Linda has refinished an oak flower pedestal. Both girls have made bulletin boards, picture frames, curtains, dresser scarves portfolios, pillows ture frame, re-gluing the corners and refinishing the wood. An old") picture was removed from under the glas and in its place she has put Chinese paper currency given to the family by her mother's cousin, the Rev. Bernard Wieland, a Maryknoll missionary on Formosa who was stationed in China before the Communist uprising. . Jeanine is In her fifth year and Linda her first as a 4-H member. Besides their work in home furnishings they are busy with other 4-H projects. Jeanine's long-time record book has already won four blue ribbons, This year she is hoping for a fifth. Meanwhile Linda is getting a good start with her one-year book. The girls have a chick and garden project. Starting June 7 with 304 chicks, Jeanine and Linda have kept complete records of original cost, feed, equipment and incidentals. So far they have lost only two chicks and the others are making satisfactory gains. Their garden records include dates when each vegetable was planted, amount of seed used, costs of seed, fertilizer and equipment. Harvesting records are noted as each vegetable reaches maturity Two years ago, Jeanine was runner-up for junior posture queen and last fall won a gold pin show at the State Fair As an assistant leader two -years ago, she attended the state 4-H conventfon and this year, as leader, was one of the counselors at 4-H- camp, she and Linda attending camp while Jeanine stayed home and took care of her little sister, Maureen. Mrs. Madigan was born and brought up in Carroll County. She is the former Dorothy Wieland, daughter of Mrs. Laura Wieland and the late George Wieland, member of the county board of supervisors who lost his life in the flash flood here about 10 years ago. She has five brothers and three sisters, all living in Carroll County except her sister, Mrs. Otmar Eich, who lives at Iowa Falls. Mr. Madigan also is a Carroll County native. He is a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Madigan and still lives on a portion of thej family farm. His brother, T. W.l Madigan, who incidentally is married to a sister of Mrs. Madigan, lives on the original home place. Mr. Madigan comes from a family of three brothers and one sister all living in the Carroll area except for his brother, Jerry, whose home is in California. Mr. and Mrs. Madigan were married 20 years ago on June 8. Their daughter, Jeanine, now 14, will be a freshman at Kuemper High School next year. Linda will Timet Herald, Carroll, low* Monday, July 15, 1957 ed. Add nutmeats. Blend; well, but don't stir too much. Let stand in pan 15 minutes before baking. Bake ih 350-degree oven for 1 hour. for her gardening project. Last be 11 in August and will be in summer at the time of the local! sixth grade at St. Joseph School, achievement show and Four-Coun- Maureen, youngest of the family, Cocoa Syrup (Jeanine's 4-H Recipe) Vi cup cocoa 1 cup sugar % tsp. salt IVt cups'hot water 2 tsps. vanilla Mix cocoa, sugar, and salt in a heavy saucepan. Add hot water and cook over direct heat for 5 minutes qr to a medium syrup. Remove from Ihe heat and add vanilla. Cool and store in a covered jar in the refrigerator. Use 2 tablespoons of syrup per cup of milk for cocoa, chocolate milk or other chocolate drinks. Fact 'AT Fancy By GLADYS HOLLAND VACATIONS ... mean fishing to many families so what better than an outdoor fish fry to entertain friends with some of the catch from your fishing trip? * * * SUGGESTED MENU .... for such an occasion is fried fish, grilled baked potatoes, green bean salad, rolls or muffins and pies-in- hand or pastry turnovers. * * * THE FISH .... of course will j They made a 55-foot be dipped in cornmeal or- flour, whichever you prefer, and pan- fried on an open charcoal grill. Potatoes may be wrapped in metal foil and baked oti the grill. Rolls or muffins may be wrapped in foil and warmed on the grill a few minutes before eating. * * * UNFORTUNATES .... who do not have fishermen in the family or who were unlucky on their fishing trip will have to be content with other favorites for blue-sky cooking, such as the ever-popular hamburger and frankfurter. * * • GLORIFIED .... hamburgers may be made by adding chopped onion, salt, pepper and a bit of cream to ground beef. Shape in patties of about one inch thickness, place on a rack four or five inches from the coals, broil one side about 10 or 15 minutes: then turn over and broil the other side until brown. * * * BUY OPEN-FIRE .... franks In qne-pound packages. One pound will serve three picknickers allowing three franks per person. Dip in a barbecue sauce made by mixing one cup of tomato catsup v?ith« one tablespoon of' Worcestershire sauce and half a teaspoon of tabasco sauce. Roast on an open grill until lightly browned. ty Fair she was handicapped by a broken jaw and consequently could not take part in demonstrations but her three jars of canned fruit won blue ribbons at the local show, Four-County Fair and Iowa State Fair. She is still saving those jars of fruit for an extra special occasion. Linda won a silver clover-leaf pin (emblem of 4-H clubs) at the county Rally Day this spring for being a 100 percenter in the picture memory contest. Four girls from the Maple River club — Sharon Wess, Barbara Brown, Jeanine and Linda Madigan — scored 100 per cent in their local contest but Linda was selected to represent the club on Rally Day. Jeanine will be a member of the Maple River club's junior demonstration team this year at the Four-County Fair. She and Mary Kay Fehring will demonstrate how to make salad bowls. Joyce Schechinger and Diane Drees will comprise the senior team which will demonstrate picture framing and matting. At Rally Day this spring, the club was accorded a special honor when they initiated Mrs. W. H. Brown as an honorary member. garland of wrapped clover and alfalfa for use in the initiation ceremony, borrowing the Farm Bureau building for their workshop because of the space required. Mrs. Madigan and Lucile Buchanan, county extension home economist, lent helping hands but much of the work was done by the girls themselves. Mrs. Madigan was assistant leader of the Maple River Top Notchers before she became leader when Mrs. F. P. Collison resigned a year ago The club has 17 members with applications from 10 who would like to join next fall. Shortly before Mrs. Madigan became the leader, 14 members who live in the Mt. Carmel area broke away because the club was growing too large and formed a new unit known as the Mount Merry Makers. Now 10 more members want to join and the club will be almost too large again. A 4-H member in her own girlhood, Mrs. Madigan has long been interested in club work. She was a charter member of the Maple River Hi-Ho Club and, in fact, was the one who named tbe club. Each girl was asked to suggests name and hers was chosen. She held almost all club offices from presi dent down. One year a dress she made and wore in the county 4-H style show was selected for a style Ot/r m oofs <?/?c/ ' pou/f-ry Homemade Ring Bologna 49c Lb. Pork Tenderettes Lb. 49c Complete Lint of Conning and Freezing Suppliot ADAMS Grapefruit Sections M'UNjON Tomato Juice 15c 19c THi NIW KRAFT PRODUCT r A fpley.fwtit 9*s. French Drilling lot. «5##C' FRICII IFF1CTIVB MONDAY, TUMDAY, WIDNESDAY will be five in November just in time to enter kindergarten at St. Joseph School. She looks forward to the day when she will be old enough to qualify for 4-H club. The. Madigans are affiliated with St. Joseph parish where Mrs. Madigan is a member of the Immaculate Guild and secretary of the Legion of Mary. Mr. Madigan belongs to the St. Joseph Holy Name Society. Mrs. Madigan also is a member of Court St. Rose of Lima, Catholic Daughters of America. • Besides 4-H work, Mrs. Madigan has another hobby, a novelty shoe collection which includes about 100 items of china, leather and fabric footwear of assorted sizes from miniature boots less than an inch in height to shoes of normal size. The first item in the collection was a pair of blue Delft china shoes from Holland. Since then shoes from Italy, Quebec and Mexico have been added along with sandles from Japan and Okinawa. Fr. Wieland has contributed two pairs of genuine Chinese shoes. The soles of one pair, he told Mrs. Madigan, were reinforced with old copies of (he Carroll Daily Times Herald. Jeanine Madigan has another major interest besides school and 4-H work. She plays the flute and has appeared as a soloist in school programs. All of the children have pets— a Spitz dog named "Toby," a kitten named "Lucky," a canary and gold fish. In the past they have had pet turtles and snails The girls share their mothers enjoyment of cooking. Among Mrs. Madigan's selected recipes below are three which Jeanine has used in 4-H demonstrations Chocolate Drop Cookies (Jeanine's 4-H Recipe) 1 well-beaten egg. 1 cup brown sugar 1 tsp. vanilla Vi cup shortening Vt cup cocoa 1% cups flour Vt tsp. salt Vt tsp. soda Vt cup milk Vt cup chopped nutmeats Beat the egg and sugar until light; add vanilla and shortening Add cocoa to flour and sift all dry ingredients. Add alternately with milk. Finally add the chopped nuts. Drop from a teaspoon inches apart.on a greased cookie she%t. Bake in a 350-degree oven 10 to 12 minutes. Orange Nut Bread (Jeanine's 4-H Recipe) 1 orange (use whole orange plus hot water to make 1 cup) 1 cup raisins or dates (ground) Vt tsp. soda 1 cup sugar * 2 tbs. bulter (soft) 1 tsp. vannilla 1 well beaten egg 2 cups flour 1 tsp. baking powder Y< tsp. salt Vt cup nutmeats Blend butter and sugar. Add beaten' egg. Put orange juice in cup and fill the cup with hot water. Add to butter mixture. Grind orange peels and add 1 cup ground raisins. Add to butter mixture and then add flour which has salt, soda and baking powder add Butterscotch Pie 1 cup brown sugar (packed) 2 cups milk 2 egg yolks Vt tsp. salt 1 tbs. butter 3 tbs. flour fheaping) Vi tsp. vanilla Cook in a double boiler until thick. Put into a baked pie shell; cover with meringue and cpol. Before pouring the filling into the pieshell Mrs. Madigan sometimes lines the pieshell with chopped nuts. • Blend all together well. Pour Into two greased tins or a tube pan. Bake In a 350-degree oven for about 25 minutes. " White, Black Walnut Cake IVi cups sugar % cup soft butter 1 cup cold water 2V4 cups cake flour 3 tsp. baking powder 3 egg whites • . Vt tsp. vanilla y« tsp. salt Vt cup chopped walnuts Cream together the sugar and butter. Sift the cake flour, salt, and baking powder together and add alternately with water. Add vanilla and the stiffly-beaten egg whites. Finally add nutmeats and, bake in a 350-degree oven for 30 j minutes. Hot Milk Sponge Cake \Vt cups sifted cake flour \Vt tsp. baking powder 3 eggs IVi cups sugar % cup milk 3 tbs. butter 3 tsp. vanilla Heat the last three ingredients until the butter melts. Sift flour and baking powder. Beat the eggs until thick and gradually beat in the sugar. Add thr flour and baking powder. Add the milk and butter mixture to the first mixture. Lemon Filling (For Any White Cake) »4 cup sugar 2 tbs. cornstarch Pinch of salt 1 slightly beaten egg yolk 3 4 cup cold water 3 tbs. lemon juice or 1V4 tsp. lemon extract 1 tbs. butter Mix the sugar, cornstarch, and salt. Add the egg, cold water, and lemon juice. Cook until thick, stirring .constantly. Remove from the heat and add butter. Cool before spreading on cake. 1 cup sugar 1 small can apricot and peach nectar A few maraschin cherries A little cherry juice Combine all the juices and mix with sugar. Then slowly pour in the gingerale. s Swedish Broccoli 2 pkg. frozen chopped broccoli Vt cup dry bread crumbs 1 onion 6 tbs. butter 4 tbs. flour 2 cups milk M tsp. salt Dash of pepper 1 egg yolk 1 cup grated parmesan cheese Saute the onion in butter; add flour, salt, pepper and milk to make a sauce. Stir constantly Slowly add the warm sauce to the egg yolk. Then add the cheese Cover the bottom of a greased casserole with sauce and add the broccoli. Top with remaining sauce and crumbs. Dot generous ly with butter. Bake in a 400-de gree oven for 20 minutes. ' Orange Sauce (For Angel Food or Chiffon Cake) V* cup sugar l 3/ « cup water v« tsp. salt 3 tbs. cornstarch Juice and rind from 2 oranges Sift the dry ingredients. Add water. Cook until thick, stirring constantly. Remove from the stove and add juice and rind. Heavenly Hash Jam ft pears, tiiced 4 peaches, diced 4 apples, diced 1 cup crushed pineapple 1 cup sliced maraschino cherries Combine the above and add an equal amount of sugar Bring slowly to the boiling point. Boll gently for 45 minutes, stirring frequently, or cook to desired thickness. Do not use juice from the cherries.'Use liquid with the pineapple. You may add Vt cup thin sugar syrup to start the mixture cooking. sheet. Bake in a 328 .degrereveB for 12 to 14 miniites. l6e is- sooil as the cookies come from thl oven with the following Icing Grated rind and juice of t^sm'all orange Enough powdered sugar to spread . ? Carrot Cookies 1 cup sugar , Vi cup shortening (V« cup vegetable shortening and Vt cup butter) 1 egg 1 tsp. vanilla Vt tsp. lemon or orange extract 1 cup finely mashed cooked carrots 2 cups flour 2 tsp. baking powder Mix in the order given and drop by, teaspoons on a greased cookie Buttermilk Rolls 2 pkg. dry yeast , Mi cup shortening 2 cups buttermilk IVi tsp. salt Vi cup sugar 2 eggs, beaten About 5*A cups flour Heat the buttermilk (on low heat) to lukewarm Add shortening. Add sugar, salt and eggs. Add a little flour (about 1 cup) and mix well; then add yeast and blend well. Finally add the rest of the flour. Let rise on a floured board for 15 minutes. Punch down and put into slightly greased bowl and let rise about IS to 20 minutes. Punch and form into rolls or buns. Bake in a 350-degree oven for 20 minutes. 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