The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah on April 6, 1975 · Page 41
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April 6, 1975

The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah · Page 41

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CC Women's Division % Announces Town Meeting The Women's Division of tfte Prove cnamoer of Commerce will meet Thursday at 11:45 a.m. at the Riverside Country Club. The event will be conducted in the spirit of the old- fashioned "Town Meeting" with bands playing and flags waving in keeping with the theme — "Unity in the Community." Key people will be on hand to outline some new events and plans for Provo. They will also discuss sonic of the special services that Provo offers which some people seem to be unaware of. Reservations to the event should be in by noon on Wednesday with the Provo Chamber of Commerce secretary. Ask the Cook For Ginger Creams — Delightful Cookie Treat By NAN WILEY I'm always delighted when someone isn't afraid to bring me a sample of their cooking or baking and not be like the woman who gasped, "Oh. I just wouldn't dare, not with a good cook like you!" Believe me. I'm just a home cook who has been at it so long and acquired such extensive files and book shelves I've picked up most of the tricks. I remember the young thing who burbled, "Oh. I'll bet you have all sorts of different and exotic things for dinner every night." Yes I do: cheeseburgers, spaghetti and meat balls, broiled steak or chicken, meat loaf, roast beef with vegetables and the like. Truffles and champagne are not staples in my cupboard. I am not fond of champagne and the only truffles I have ever eaten were canned ones. Then there are the individuals who ask. always with a somewhat pained expression, "Do you like to cook?" You bet 1 do, I love it. I wouldn't be spending so much of my life experimenting and writing about it if I didn't. Liking to cook is what makes a good cook. All of this is the long way around to tell you about some cookies a friend of mine brought over the other day. They are called ginger creams, a soft cake-like frosted _ cookie and I thought they were so good 1 asked Odessa for the recipe. They didn't take a lot of sugar either. Cream together '4 cup soft shortening, Vfe cup sugar, 1 egg and '2 cup molasses. Dissolve 1 teaspoon soda in '2 cup hot water and stir in. Sift together 2 cups all-purpose flour, '2 teaspoon salt. 1 teaspoon ginger, '-.• teaspoon nutmeg and l /z teaspoon cloves. (Or you can use 2 teaspoons pumpkin pie spice in place of the other spices.) Add. Chill the dough thoroughly, then drop rounded teaspoons of it onto greased cookie sheets about 2 inches apart. Bake about 7 or 8 minutes a 400 degree oven just until cookies test done. Do not overbake. Frost with a powdered sugar icing while warm. Makes about 4 dozen 2-inch cookies. These are so easy to put together and so good with coffee, tea or milk. Because it fits so well here I can't resist repeating a little poem I featured in Volume II of "The Best Of Let's Ask The Cook:" "A house should have a cookie jar for when it's half-past three and children hurry home from school as hungry as can. be. There's nothing quite so splendid in filling children up as spicy fluffy ginger cakes and sweet milk from a cup. A house should have a mother waiting with a hug, no matter what a boy brings home — a puppy or a bug; for children only loiter when the bell rings to dismiss and no one's home to greet them with a cookie Delicious cookie recipes are included in Nan's booklet, "Cookies. Anyone?". To get your copy, send 25 cents and a long, stamped, self-addressed envelope to Nan Wiley in care of Of Women's Council Sunday. April 6. 1975. THE HERALD. Provo. t'tah-Page 41 Honor Program Set by Section CAROLLYNNROBERTS Carol Roberts to Marry J. Randy Kimball April 25 Mr. and Mrs. Stanley H. Roberts of Provo announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter Carol Lynn to John Randy Kimball son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Rodney Kimball of Provo. The couple will be married April 25 in the Provo LDS Temple. A reception will honor them that evening at the Rock Canyon Chapel. Friends and relatives are invited to attend. The future bride is a graduate of Orem High School and Brigham Young University in speech and drama. She completed a two-year mission to Italy and taught high school in Hllmore, Millard County. She is presently working on a master's degree at Brigham Young University in communications. Mr. Kimball is a graduate of B.Y. High School and attended Brigham Young University. He fulfilled an LDS mission to the South East Mexican Mission, and is presently employed in Ogden where the couple will make their home following their marriage. Pre-nupital parties will be given by Mrs. E. Arlo Richardson of Logan and Miken and Wendy Olsen and Rolayne Wilson. this newspaper. K'K-KfctfSWftW:?:^ « * !•••«««• , . By a Man Cooking for Men By ROGER HONEYMAN Oh, woe is me! Hasn't every overweight human cried out that the world was against him? And so it seems. Every cussed TV commercial is of food; every person he meets offers the poor dieter a candy bar, a piece of luscious pie, or his good wife bakes homemade bread, filling the house with delectable fragrances that no flower can outdo! Just 14 long long days into the diet, albeit 10 ugly pounds lighter, and the temptations bore into my brain like a popular song, or should I say like the overly-popular commercial for ;;?:%¥#:W::#^^ | Friday Open House | ft? ft? Linda Carter Weds Stephen W. Larsen Mr. and Mrs. Dale C. Carter of Orem announce the $ marriage of their daughter Linda to Stephen W. Larsen $ son of Mr. and Mrs. Max E. Larsen of Provo. S The couple were married Friday in Las Vegas, Nev. An $ open house will be held to honor the couple April 11 at ftj from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. at the home of the bride's grand- ft-l parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ned Kofford of 266 W. 400 N., $ Orem, Friends and relatives are invited to attend. No :|:J formal invitations will be sent. $ The bride graduated from Orem High School and LDS $ seminary, while in school she was active in the Tigerette $ Pep Club. Mr. Larsen is a graduate of Provo High School ;i:jj and Utah Technical College in mechanics. He is currently || employed in Provo. ::•:• The couple will make their home in Orem. ^ SWffimfflWra^ those hamburgers that have everything on them but the kitchen sink. To eat, or not to eat - that is the question; Whether 'tis nobler in the mind to suffer The slings and arrows of outrageous foodstuffs Or to take arms against a sea of conniving physicians, And by opposing confuse them. To eat, to stuff thyself No more;. . .ay, there's the rub! And so, to every poor suffering human that is forced to forego the joys of lemon pies, homemade bread, great huge pasta dishes, my sincere condolences. " If I must suffer, doggone it, you have to suffer too! and so today's recipe is for the richest darned chocolate pie you've ever eaten. So, husbands, if you've read this far, and your wife is on a diet, this simple recipe is so easy that even you can succeed with it. Eat it all, right in front of her! MARGE'S CHOCOLATE NtJTPIR Make a graham cracker crust BLENDTOGETHER: 18 crushed single graham crackers One tliird cup melted butter or margarine 2 T. powdered sugar A smidgen of cinnamon Press above firmly into a 9 inch pie pan and bake at 300 degrees for a couple minutes. PREPARE THE FILLING: Melt a huge Hershey Almond Chocolate Bar in the double broiler. Whip one pint whipping cream. Fold gently the melted chocolate into the whipping cream. Fill the pie crust. Refrigerate until ready for use. The Literary Section of the Women's Council will hold an honor program Wednesday at 8 p.m. at the Women's Cultural Center, 310 W. SOON. Honored at the event will be Mrs. Loftis (Blanche) Sheffield, Mrs. J. W. (Rhea) Wernz, and a male trio composed of Arthur Day, Charles Pope and Aaron Walker. In honorig these people, a summary of their achievements will be given, and they will be presented with a plaque as a token of appreciation for their contributions to the community. Mrs. Sheffield will be honored for her ability to make history live for people through her dramatic presentations. When she stands before an audience in a period costume of the character she is portraying, she transports her listener to a distant time and place. Her portrayals have included Queen Victoria, Queen Elizabeth, Mary, Queen of Scotts, Alexandra of Russia, Eleanor of Aquitaine, Margaret and Alice from "Man Jor all Seasons," Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Marie Antoinette and others. She is being honored for her willingness to share her dramatic talent, which averages at least one program a week and often three or four portrayals in different parts of the state. A graduate of Brigham Young University, she has, since graduation, pursued drama, literature and speech, and researches her own materials, writes her scripts and creates and sews her costumes. She has served five years with the Symphony Guild and several years as chairman of the Symphony Ball. The wife of Loftis Sheffield, she is also the mother of eight children and has served in many positions in the LDS Church. Rhea Wenz is a native of Ephraim and joined the Women's Council shortly after moving to Provo in 1946. Active in the Literary Section and main council, she has held offices in both. For the past 19 years she has been president of the auxiliary oi. the Rio Grand Veterans Association and has also served as a Pink Lady at Utah Valley Hospital. She is also a charter member of Utah Lake Lady Lions and is immediate past president. A talented seamstress, she has made many quilts, afghans, JCPenney When I'm a big movie star, I'll love you best, Grandma. MOM WILL CH6RISH OUR RING OF LIFC A birthstone for each of her loved ones. Ring of Life 41 . Custom-made*. Holds up to 7 stones in 14 karat gold. With 2 diamonds and 1 synthetic stone, $59.95, Each additional synthetic stone, $2-50. Each genuine stone, $4.50. Each diamond, $15. 1.95 buys a 5x7 or 4 wallet sizes in natural color, No » Choose from several poses appointment necessary • No hidden charges t Age limit, 12 years • 2 or 3 children in portrait, 2.98 • Reorders at low prices. [ Special thii week) 5x7 Nova oval frame* Reg. 1.25. Special 99' . Call 224-1311 Offer expire* April 12th. Extension 319. rait, 2.98 Pixy Univ«r»ity Moll-^'i JM-03J1 " Orem University Mall Ute Your JCPenney Charge Card Shop Mon.-Fri. 10-9 Saturday 10-6 cross-stitch aprons and tablecloths and has donated many of these articles to the Women's Council and other organizations to be sold during fund-raising projects. She and her husband J. W. Wemz are the parents of two sons and they have four grandchildren. Arthur Day, of the male trio, began singing in high school, and after moving to Provo 23 years ago he joined the Mendelssohn Chorus. He has served two missions for the LDS Church, the second with his wife, Ida, who is also the accompanist for the trio. They have three children and 14 grandchildren. Aaron Walker began singing in his teens and has sung in choruses in church and school and also sang with the Mendelssohn Chorus for three years. He has been particularly active in LDS Temple work. He is married to the former Rintha Christenson and they have five children and 23 grandchildren. diaries Pope began singing when he was very young. When his father died he took his place in the Mendelssohn Chorus and is still singing with that group. He has worked with the Provo Baseball League, and has also been interested in the Edgemont MRS. LOFTIS (Blanche) SHEFFIELD Boy's Baseball Club, where he has served as past president of the group. He is active in the LDS Church and he and his wife Reva are parents of eight children. The trio has entertained from Lehi to Goshen and have presented programs also for the Salt Lake Senior Citizens in the Terrace Ballroom. They have visited and performed at many rest homes for those unable to attend other functions, and for the past six years have been chosen to entertain at the annual MRS.J.W. (Rhea)WERNZ Blackhawk Encampments held each year in Utah. Officers of the Literary Section who are planning the Wednesday event are Mrs. W. A. Beazer, chairman, Mrs. Florence Grael, vice chairman; and Mrs. J. W. Wernz, secretary • treasurer. Hostesses for the coming event are Mrs. Beazer, Mrs. Grael, Mrs. William Jones and Mrs. Dennis Zubeck. Mrs. Jones will be vice chairman and Mrs. Zubeck will be secretary treasurer next year. A MALE TRIO composed of Arthur Day, Charles Pope and Aaron Walker, shown left to right, will be honored Wednesday at an honor program hosted by the Literary Section of the Women's Council. The event will be held at 9 p.m. at the Women's Cultural Center. CAPP HOMES ANNOUNCES A MAJOR PRICE REDUCTION... SAVE UP TO $1500.00! ACT NOW. Take delivery of your Finish-It-Yourself House' 1 * by July 31st, and Capp Homes will take uu to $1500,00 off Us CURRENT PRICE DOUBLE SAVINGS. You save thousands by doing some of the work on your new home. You save even more by acting now. The affordable home just became more affordable! PERSONALIZE THE PLANS. Choose one of our 79 models. 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