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Austin Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 17, 1970, Austin, Minnesota Saturday oct. 17, 1970 Austin Minn herald�?5 by Pat Sargent Patter alow elects officers recipe Roundup heres a new Quick bread you can be sure thursday will be a Busy time for District Del women. They re expecting the wives of several state candidates. Mrs. Roger Plunkett 609 4th St. New will entertain at a Coffee party in the afternoon so you la have an Opportunity to meet mrs. Wendell Anderson and mrs. Rudy Perpich whose husbands Are candidates for governor and lieutenant governor. The guest list also includes mrs. Joe Wefald wife of the candidate for state auditor mrs. Leonard Boche whose husband is seeking the office of treasurer mrs. Warren Spannaus and mrs. Ronald Anderson. Their husbands Are running for attorney general and Public service commissioner. According to Stella Jensen Del District chairwoman the women Start their tour at Northfield then go to Zumbro on to Preston for lunch and then to Austin. Dinner in Rochester will Complete the trip. Several a stinites including or. Lois Richardson Are concerned for the continued support of Unicof in Austin. A a it a such a worthy project for children throughout the world a said or. Richardson. A a we be done so Well in past years and it would be a shame to let it drop arrangements have been made for the Sale of Unicof cards and or. Richardson says she a willing to help but the project needs a sponsor. Is there some Austin organization that will come to the Rescue if so give or. Richardson a Call. That popular group the Briars of Austin state Junior College appeared at the Del fund raising dinner tuesday night but before they Sang the director Don Gunderson maae an announcement. He explained the group still does no to have a Bass player the drummer unfamiliar with the City find his Way to Queen of Angels Hall the new uniforms Hadnot arrived As planned 25 of the members Are new to the group and this was the first time they were singing together. But they had been practising and Well bet anything the democrats enjoyed some Fine music. Comfor care auxiliary is a new organization and members Are hard at work on their first project a a Bazaar Friday at the nursing Home. They Promise things like knitted items Christmas crafts and homemade Candy. Mrs. Orpha Byers is president and Bazaar chairman. When mrs. Robert Forsythe was in Austin this week campaigning for her husband the Republican candidate for attorney general she said a a in a always Nice to democrats. There Are More of them than there Are of us and we need Consumers and that includes All of us Are invited to hear Thelma bail University of Minnesota Extension clothing specialist tuesday afternoon. Shell discuss a consumer clues for fabric care at the Oak Leaf. There a no fee but you re asked to bring a Han tag from a recent Purchase. To tiered a be information on new fabric developments fabric finishes construction and the care of clothing. According to miss bail a there Are Over 700 distinct trademarks for fibres and fabric finishes and with this wide assortment of textile products today a consumer is often confused about selection performance and care. To be a Good consumer we must first become if you need More information Call mrs. Mary Ellen Miller at the Mower county Extension office. Officers were elected when our Savior american Luther a n Church women met wednesday at the Church in Lyle. They Are mrs. Webster Johnson vice president mrs. Lawrence walk Secretary mrs. Nels Holberg Secretary of education. Mrs. L. G. Howard was program Leader and her topic was a your jewish devotions were by mrs. Merland Johnson and mrs. Clarence Walsh spoke on a what is a jew a mrs. Vance Hotson on a the feast of the passover a mrs. Dale Bensend on a witnessing to our jewish friends through Rev. Johnson Sang selections and worship offering meditation was by mrs. Wayne Hotson. Circle 3 held a silent auction with proceeds going to Rochester state Hospital religious Center. It was announced that oct. 19 will be Christian Day service at the Church and the Rochester conference alow fall workshop will be nov. 3 at Zum Brota lutheran Church Rochester. Mrs. E. Stadheim reported on ticket sales for the annual beef dinner nov. 7. Hostesses were mrs. Leo Fos sey mrs. C. J. Anderson mrs. L. G. Howard mrs. Jay Mort Enson mrs. Orville Mortenson mrs. John Johnson miss Amanda Mortenson. Ushers were mrs. Walter Norregaard and m r s. Clara Haas. The december meeting will be a special offering for China. Lyle auxiliary initiates members three new members were initiated when the Lyle legion auxiliary met tuesday evening in Lyle. They Are mrs. Russell Lee mrs. Algie Slinde mrs. Richard Salisbury. Mrs. Galen Holst reported on the auxiliary meeting at Kasson child welfare legislation and the kidney foundation. Plans were made to pack servicemen overseas Christmas packages nov. 9. American education week will be observed oct. 26-30. Mrs. R. Salisbury won the door prize and hostesses were mrs. George kaput and miss Linda kaput. Its a Good feeling to know there a a loaf of Quick bread on hand ready to be sliced thin for sandwiches to serve with Tea or Coffee to Toast for breakfast to pack in the lunch Box to add interest to luncheon or supp e a or to ease hunger pangs at Midnight. This Quick bread recipe is unusually Good. It combines Sweet toasted Coconut Mellow Dat e s and bits of tart Apple in a fascinating blend of flavors. It will slice wafer thin and the Apple keeps it fresh and moist for As Long As it lasts better keep it hidden unless you want it to disappear almost As soon As it is baked. Tropical Apple Date bread 3 cups sifted All purpose flour i cup sugar i Tbs. Baking powder it tsp. Salt i cup flaked Coconut toasted i it cups milk i egg beaten i tsp. Vanilla i cup packaged califor n i a diced dates i cup finely chopped apples mix and shift flour sugar baking powder and Salt. Stir in Coconut. Combine milk egg and Vanilla stir in blend Well. Stir in dates and apples. Spoon into greased and floured loaf pan 9x-5-x 3 inches. Baked at 350 degrees for i hour and 15 minutes. Cool on rack. To Toast Coconut spread flaked Coconut in shallow pan. Place in 375 degree oven for 8 to to minutes stirring often for even toasting. Cool. Tiny beef turnovers Empanada i la. Ground beef it tsp. Allspice it tsp. Cinnamon it tsp. Nutmeg it tsp. Salt i Tbs. Sugar i cup canned Apple sauce i package to of pie crust mix i egg White beaten put beef into Skillet and Cook until browned. Add spices Salt sugar and Apple sauce. Simmer to minutes. Prepare pie crust according to package directions. Roll out about Inch thick. Cut into to 5-Inch circles. Spoon about it cup meat mixture into Center of each pastry Circle. Fold pastry in half. Close edges with tines of Fork. Brush with egg White. Cut vents for steam in top of pastry. Bake in 375 degree oven 30 minutes or until this recipe for Quick bread combines Sweet toasted Coconut Mellow dates and bits of tart a pastry is lightly browned. Makes to turnovers. Two layer Apple custard tarts i package 2-x� of Custa r d Flavoured dessert mix 3 cups canned Apple sauce it cup sugar i Tbs. Lemon juice it tsp. Cinnamon 1 tsp. Nutmeg 2 packages to of. Each pie crust mix a a cup finely chopped California walnuts 2 Tbs. Sugar whipped Cream prepare custard according to package directions. Chill. Combine Apple sauce it cup sugar Lemon juice cinnamon and Nutmeg in Small Saucepan. Simmer 20 minutes. Chill. Prepare pie crust according to package directions adding nuts and 2 Tbs. Sugar. Roll out amp Inch thick. Cut into 24 4 Inch circles. Place Over the Back of muffin a n a pinching edges of pastry to shape into cups. Prick pastry. Bake in 400 degree oven 12 minutes or until Golden Brown. Cool. Fill each Shell with it Tbs. Custard. Top with 2 Tbs. Apple sauce mixture. Garnish with who p p e d Cream. Serve immediately. Makes 24 tarts. Pie in a fascinating blend of flavors. Apple Orange Snow peaks 6 Large oranges 3 cups pulp and juice for o m oranges i cup canned Apple sauce it cup Honey i Tbs. Lemon juice its. Salt i Tbs. Crystallized Ginger finely chopped 1 cup heavy Cream whipped 2 egg Whites 4 Tbs. Sugar Cut top from oranges it to it Way Down. Remove pulp taking care to keep shells intact. Discard seeds. Measure 3 cups pulp and juice. Place in blender. Puree. Add Apple sauce Honey Lemon juice Salt and Ginger. Blend. Pour into Large mixing bowl. Fold in whipped Ere a in. Fill into Orange shells. Free z e until firm about 4 hours. Just before serving beat egg Whites until Frothy. Add Sug a r gradually continuing to beat until stiff but not dry peaks form. Whirl meringue Over tops of oranges taking care to cover Frozen filling completely. Place oranges on bread Board or set in muffin tins. Place in oven preheated to 425 degrees for 3 to 5 minutes or until meringue is slightly browned. Serve immediately. Makes 6 Servings. If you still have your of. 2 copy of life Magazine look #. On Page 42. Debra Bulson a seventh grader at Rose Creek office is High school is among those pictured bumping Down the Apple River on inner tubes. While Debbie was visiting her brother Ronald Bulson and family in Bloomington Minn., they All went to Somerset wis., where a shooting the rapids or a tubing the River is a favorite summer pastime. Also in the picture Are Debbie a sister in Law Sharon and daughter Kim. Debbie is the daughter of or. And mrs. Mem Bulson. Rose Creek. When someone mentioned the new City ordinance against burning leaves an Austin Man was heard to say a a we be got so Many leaves it would be cheaper to Burn them and pay the $100 Fine than to buy $600 Worth of bags to put them Joanne Braaten is a Legal Secretary a just graduated with honors from the Minnesota school of business in Minneapolis. And she a accepted a position with the Legal Aid society there. A graduate of Austin High school Joane is the daughter of or. And mrs. Harmon Braaten 307 16th St. Be. A do it yourself style show will be presented by students faculty wives and women faculty members at the annual act banquet tuesday at Holiday inn. That a also election night for the Austin state Junior College girls. Candidates for vice president Are Yvonne Fohrman Linda Lee Donna Halstead for recording Secretary Dianne Carlson Mary Mittag for treasurer Beverly Hyland Lana Weseman Shirley Reed. Judy Perau was elected president at the Spring banquet. To Southgate it a Norman Kjome introduced officers and chairmen when the Southgate Pat met tuesday at the school. John pare followed with staff introductions. Miss Donna Zuercher school Counselor spoke on the new Parent and child study club that will begin at Southgate oct. 18. Following the business meeting room visitation was held. Friendship club conducts initiation mrs. Duwayne Skov was initiated when the Friendship trial club met tuesday afternoon at t h e Home of mrs. Delmar Tapp Dexter. It was announced that the Craft fair will be nov. 7. The next meeting will be at the Home of mrs. W. Kraft. Dress is where ifs at Marsha Prantner . And John Huff according to designer t0 wed dec. 5 Rebekah Honor Noble grands officers of Esther Rebekah Lodge entertained the past Noble grands club at dinner monday at the roof Hall. After prayer by mrs. Dor mond Laskewitz mrs. Marjorie Reed welcomed the guests and mrs. J. B. Steen responded. A contest was won by mrs. J. E. Monnahan after which Bingo was played. Mrs. Cloyd Lisk and mrs. Ivie Bell received door prizes. Methodist a pcs makes decorations the a pcs met wednesday afternoon at first methodist Church and decorations were made for the Bazaar nov. 5. Devotions were by mrs. Kermit Thomas and refreshments were served by Circle j. Episcopal women hear or. Camm or. N. H. Camm discussed Judaism at a meeting of Christ episcopal Church women wednesday night at the Church. At the business session announcement was made of world Community Day nov. 6, at Queen of Angels Church also the annual Holiday food and Craft Sale dec. I. Bishop Gilbert unit was hostess. Otranto women re elect officers Otranto township women a club met tuesday at the Home of mrs. Raymond Carl son Mona and re elected mrs. Clyde Roehr president and mrs. Gilman rust vice president. Program committee for 1971 will be mrs. Emil Johnson mrs. Albert Koch mrs. Carroll rus Tad mrs. Clifford Schroeder. Potluck supper for Korosis class m r s. Mildred Lafferty 304 Lith ave. So was hostess to the so Orsis class first unit e d methodist Church at a potluck supper thursday. She was assisted by mrs. Reene Lebarron. Mrs. Horace Crist conducted devotions and reports were made by mrs. Glenn Hose mrs. Florence Richmond mrs. Ruth Drost. Mrs. Lafferty read an article from the Christian Herald. The november meeting will be with mrs. Drost. The Midi advances to Spring new York a designer Chester Weinberg has carried the Midi look into his Spring collection with Bright colors and wider skirts. Weinberg who went strongly for the Midi in fall presented skirts with fullness from pleats or gathers breaking Low on the hip in his showing wednesday. The Long belted Waist was Good for daytime As was the Short jacket. Capes continued Strong. Coats were wrapped or fitted and belted. Some had Cool looking Short Cape sleeves. Extravagant Border prints brought Brilliant colors to evening clothes. Weinberg kept the idea of mixed patterns for a Rich Lush effect. He also showed Slit or ruffled skirts pants with Over skirts and Long full sleeves. Father son banquet at Baptist Church a a building was the theme of the father son banquet wednesday at Grace Baptist Church. Group 7, mrs. Sahren Kurth chairman served and group 4, mrs. Frank Jurrens chairman had charge of serving and decorations. Earl Fredrickson was master of ceremonies and awards were presented to Kenneth Tyrer Steven Roberts Keith Burtch Howard Keller Sahren Kurth. The lightly received an award As the largest family present. The dads and lads band played several selections and Gordon Fogdall led group singing. Mark Howells gave the tribute to fathers and Donald Howells tribute to sons. The Fathe r s quartet Stanley Lewison Glen Dahl David Kallman Kenneth Slack also Sang. Rev. Dale Cromley of the first Baptist Church Inver Grove Heights was the speaker. Study club hears mrs. Machacek mrs. Lee Machacek had charge of the program when the Home study club met thursday at Odd Fellows Hall. She displayed Christmas Craft articles and demonstrated the construction. Mrs. David Sayles was hostess. The next meeting will be at the Home of mrs. J. K. Magee. By Ann Hencken a fashion writer new York apr a the dress is where its at. I think the dress will make a big comeback a said Leo Narducci at his resort Spring showing. Last year Many designers were saying a the separates look is where its so if you bought Midi separates you Are presumably no longer where ifs really at. Although Narducci showed jumpsuits and Short bloomers thursday he was most enthusiastic about his whirling ankle length dresses with a very soft pretty girl mood narrow waists full sleeves and scoop necks. He used a Beautiful Shade of Blue for one Ballon ser Ann Landers so what if dad can t keep names straight dear Ann Landers my dad is a great Guy smart in business an executive in a big company and too Young to be senile 51. So Why can the get a name straight there Are always lots of kids around the same gang in be grown up with. He has seen them All hundreds of times but he gets so mixed up i could die. He Calls Howard Harold Bill Bob a Fred is Frank and Jerry is Gerry. Ifs no better with the girls. Sherry is Mary and Mary is Millie. Ruthie is Rosie and Andrea is Adrian. In be thought of making name tags As a gag but in a afraid the kids might think he is a Moron. What Are your thoughts on this subject a embarrassed. Dear embarrassed one of the problems is that you a non conformists All look alike. Small wonder a gets mixed up. I say forget it. Your friends done to attach any importance to your dads calling them by the wrong name. If they come from a family where there a More than one kid their mothers do it All the time. If you want to Correct him do it nicely example a dad. Thi s is Harold and please remember this letter when you Are 51. Lets see How Well you do with names. Dear Ann Landers can a dog be mentally ill our neighbors have a Basset hound that barks for hours at a time. Sometimes he starts at 6 . And wakes up the entire household. I timed him yesterday and he barked for three solid hours without a let up. I thought id lose my mind. The dog is kept in a Nice big Doghouse behind their place and right under our bedroom window. We see a pan of water out there at All times and we know he gets fed regularly. The animal is not being abused so the owners Are not violating the Law. The neighbors Are unfriendly and keep to themselves. They Are not the kind a person can talk to. This morning my husband woke up with a terrific headache because he had had Only four hours sleep. Any ideas a Xyz up amp amp a dear Xyz amp up up $ you say the neighbors Are not violating the Law you Are wrong. Their dog is disturbing the peace and there is a Law against that. I suggest you Call the police and ask them to look into this situation at once. Perhaps the dog needs to be put on medication. Dear Ann Landers we need a Quick answer. The treasurer of my husbands company has been with him 14 years. She is a Lovely woman we thought the Mother of three Young children. Just this week we Learned she has been juggling the books and bilked the company out of $11,000. We Are in a state of Shock and done to know what to do. My husband wants to prosecute her and a let the chips fall where they i feel it would be cruel to subject the Mother of school a age children to the newspaper publicity and a possible prison sentence. The woman a husband has a Good Job but he makes less Money than she does. She is begging for mercy and has promised to borrow the Money from Ber Brothers if she is spared prosecution. No one knows about this but the bookkeeper who discovered the theft and of course a missionary helpers plan 1971 project missionary helpers of Bethel Alliance Church met wednesday at the Home of mrs. Fannie Stanton Lyle and it was announced that the 1971 National project will be a travel and a tape recording of Rev. And mrs. Richard Williams former Lyle pastor now missionaries in Tiawan was played. Mrs. William Bell led in devotions and the stamp project report was by mrs. E. Rush. Les. A you have to do what people can Cope with a said Annemarie Gardin for papillon who designed More dresses for her resort and Spring line than she did for her first fall collection this year. Separates were a Good Way for a woman to get used to the Midi feeling she said. A Midi skirt does no to look As Long to the Eye As a Midi dress. Now that the Midi Shock is Over dresses have become More important. Miss Gardin showed a number of Swiss Cotton knit dresses with White enamel butterflies on the belts. Almost All the clothes were prints. By next fall women will Wear ankle length skirts for Day time said miss Gardin showing a Token number with ruffles at the hem. A after that maybe something from the Moon a she said laughing. Extension group at Noble Home mrs. Wilma Noble Austin it. I entertained the Lansing Corning Home Extension group at its first session wednesday afternoon. The lesson a soybean meals a will be presented at the next session nov. La. Mrs. Bert Decker hosts ladies Aid Union township presbyterian ladies Aid met wednesday at the Home of mrs. Bert Decker Toeterville. Rev. . Sinning Osage led in devotions. Mrs. Arthur Bisbee conducted Bible study and mrs. Floyd Smith led in Fellowship. Guests were mrs. Bradford Bisbee mrs. Elmer Dykeman Osage mrs. Kenneth Zuehl mrs. Neil Bisbee Toeterville. The november meeting will be at the Home of Rev. And mrs. H. A. Sinning. Husband and me. Itiat do you say a ripped Down the Middle dear ripped your husband does not have the right to take the Law into his own hands. Ile should turn this matter Over to the proper authorities and let the judge decide if the woman deserves clemency. A Tennyson so a charge Tennyson wrote his a the charge of the Light brigade in late 1854. The charge took place during the crimean War at Balaklava in the russian Crimea on oct. 25, 1854. Or. And mrs. Emil Prantner jr., Austin it. 3, announce the engagement of their daughter Marsha Kay to John Huff son of or. And mrs. Leonard Huff Walker Minn. Miss Prantner is a graduate of Austin High school and attended Austin state Junior College. Her Fiance was graduated from decanter county High school Oberlin kan., and at tended Barry Academy Rome a. The wedding will take place dec. 5, at the lutheran Church Hayward. Senior citizens club elects new officers officers were elected when the senior citizens Over 60 club met monday at Osage. They Are Charles Biedermann Osage president mrs. Blanche Hanson first vice presi Dent mrs. William Leeman second vice president mrs. George b. Schrader Secretary mrs. G. A. Lincoln treasurer. Party line club plans Yule dinner plans were made for a potluck Christmas supper when the party line club met thursday at the Home of mrs. Dennis sch j Leusner 2309 12th St. So. Cards were played and prizes won by mrs. Albert e. Hanson and mrs. Julius Tonder. Mrs. Tonder received the door prize. The next mooting will be nov. 19, at the Home of mrs. Herman Smalley 1003 12th ave. So. Mary s Back at or. David s we invite All her old customers to Stop in and Quot say hello Quot. For something new and different try one of our experienced hairdressers. A or. 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