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Carroll Daily Times Herald (Newspaper) - September 28, 1970, Carroll, Iowa Mrs. Nelson is versatile and energetic versatile and energetic. These Are the words that would have to be used to describe mrs. Larry Nelson. She s an assistant girl scout Leader bake fancy cakes for birthdays helps out with her husband s business records the family history with her camera helped design and build her family s Home makes special decorate to for the family Christmas tree to name a few of her energetic efforts. Kay Nelson became a girl scout committee woman last year when daughter Julie 8, then in second Grade started brownies. This year there were so Many girls at st. Lawrence who wanted to be brownies that a new troop was formed with mrs. Orville Bierl As Leader. Kay Nelson became the assistant Leader and Julie switched from troop 76 to the new troop. We Don t even have a number yet mrs. Nelson explained. Right now the older girls Are helping the new girls get ready for our last year As a committe woman Kay Nelson was often called upon to drive the girls on Field trips. Kathy Nelson 5, who is now in kindergarten was a tag along last year. Kathy said she likes kindergarten at fair View school and can t wait until she s old enough to be a Brownie. The girls in the unnumbered troop Are already making plans for Field trips for this year. They All want to go to the bottling Plant again this year mrs. Nelson laughed. I thing they re All interested in the free bottle of pop at the end of the the Nelsons will soon be celebrating a year of living in their new Home at 615 West tenth. We moved in last oct. 26, on Julie s first communion Day Kay recalled. The Nelsons had had the lot for some time while they lived nearby on Quint Street. At the first of last year they started actual planning she said and last june started digging the basement. It was really a family project mrs. Nelson explained. Larry s brother Paul Nelson Drew up the plans and acted As our contractor. And we did As much of our own work As we for Kay Nelson that included working with the insulation sanding and painting. She also helped with the plans creating what her brother in Law Calls a one woman Kitchen and building in times Herald Carroll Iowa c monday sept. 28, 1970 plenty of storage space. Mrs. Nelson selected carpeting and other floor covering fixtures and paint. The girls she added selected their own color scheme. While the House was being built Kay kept Active with one of her newest hobbies photography. She took pictures of every stage of construction Interior and exterior and the final results. All Are combined with commentary in a very professional scrapbook history of the Nelson Home. In their big Box of pictures which mrs. Nelson is planning to make into a family album Are pictures of both girls and their special birthday cakes. I be spent Many a Long night before their birthdays baking and decorating cakes Kay Nelson said with a laugh. One year a cake was shaped like a school House another like a snowman and so on. The cakes looked too pretty to Cut but Julie and Kai Tihy reported they tasted As Good As they looked. One extra special birthday cake Kay Nelson baked was for her grandmother Margaret Haberl of Coon rapids on her 101st birthday. I love to work with creative things like the cakes mrs. Nelson said. She and the girls spend Many hours before Christmas each year creating special decorations and ornaments for the tree. Last year the girls decorated the basement themselves she said. I Don t really sew added Kay Nelson i just piddle at but her piddling has created some cute clothes for Julie and Kathy s dolls. We have so Many More plans for the House including finishing the basement Kay Nelson said but it s hard for Larry to find time he s usually so Busy at the the shop happens to be Nelson Woodwork which Larry recently took Over from his father Knute Nelson. He started helping out in the shop when he was Young Kay explained. By the time he was in High school he was a cab Inlet maker and later took Over the upholstery the advantages of a talented husband like Larry can be seen throughout the Nelson Home. Of special interest is the 100-year-old Dresser and unusual headboard in the Nelson bedroom. Larry just took up Golf this Spring and Kay likes to join him. But As she says i Don t do so Well but i enjoy Kay likes to Cook one dish meals being her favourites. At first i followed recipes exactly staff photo Kathy mrs. Larry Nelson and Julie Kay admitted but now i change recipes to suit the family. Her recipe for oven Barbecue is a double version of the original one. The girls like it so Well we rarely have her one dish dinner recipe is from her Mother mrs. Marie Knobbe and is the one Kay usually makes when she asks the family what they want for dinner. Oven Barbecue 2 cans luncheon meat 16-oz. Can Tomato sauce % cup water 4 tbsp. Brown sugar 2 tbsp. Grated onion optional Viz tsp. Worcestershire sauce 2 cans whole new potatoes Cut meat Lengthwise place in greased baking dish. Mix sauce water and seasonings and pour Over the meat. Arrange the potatoes around the meat. Bake for about 30 minutes at 425 degrees. Serves 4 to 6, depending on what is served with this. One dish dinner 3 cups sliced potatoes a a cup finely chopped onion 6 pork chops 1 tsp. Each Salt and Pepper 1 can Tomato soup place potatoes and onion in alternate layers in buttered pan. Rub pork chops with Salt and Pepper. Place on top of potatoes and onion. Pour Tomato sauce Over All. Bake at 375 degrees for at least an hour or until done. Time depends on thickness of potatoes and pork chops. Your last Chance the dream machine last year s Golden touch & sew sewing machine by Singer. At a special clean pm out Price now in a Bakersfield desk. We re making room for a new Model so you la never find a better time to get this deluxe Zig Zag machine than during Sale a Thon it has the built in features you be always wanted push Button Bobbin built in buttonhole More see special Sale a Thon savings on More than 136 combinations of Singer sewing machines and cabinets. Come in ask about the special one touch sewing introductory offer on the newest Golden touch & sew sewing machine of the 70s. Only at Singer. Record scoop. Only at Singer $4 Jug big band sound of the thirties Lolly 1 Tiow the Singer 1to36 credit plan helps you have these values now within your budget. For address of the store nearest you see White pages under Singer company Singer Wiats new for tomorrow is at Singer today a trademark of the Singer company frosted creams Viz cup Brown sugar Viz cup White sugar Viz cup butter 1 cup dark syrup 1 tsp. Soda Viz tsp. Salt 1 cup cold Coffee 2 eggs 1 tsp. Vanilla 1 tsp. Ground Ginger 1 tsp. Cinnamon 3 cups flour 1 cup raisins note soak 1 cup of raisins in hot water to plump up the raisins. Take i cup of this water and add to % Cut Coffee to make the required 1 cup cold Coffee. Combine and mix first four ingredients. Mix together and add to the first mixture-1 tsp. Soda Viz tsp. Salt and 1 cup cold Coffee. Kay said the Batter at this Point May look a Little funny but it will be . Add the remaining ingredients and stir Well. Bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes in a 13 x 10-Inoh pan. Frost with a thin powdered sugar icing using Coffee with the milk for flavor. Cut and serve like cake. Over the Back Fence by Sharon Heisel there Are purists in every Field including those who take their pop Corn straight or accented Only with Salt or butter. The american pop Corn company has developed a group of recipes tasty enough to convert even the most ardent pop Corn Purist. Party pop Corn with its surprising fruit flavor is sure to please the youngsters. Anyone with a Sweet tooth will go for Carmel com clusters. And a new snack idea for your next party try Cheeze snacks or Bacon and. Cheese pop Corn. Party pop Corn "2 cups miniature Marsh mallows i to Viz cup melted butter or Margarine 3 quarts popped Corn unsalted 1 3-oz. Package fruit Flavoured Gelatin Combine marshmallows and melted butter. Pour Over popped Corn and toss to mix Well. Sprinkle fruit Gelatin Over All and toss to mix. Carmel Corn clusters 1 package Carmels about 28 i cup sugar i cup water 2 quarts popped com 1 cups peanuts Combine Carmels sugar and water in Saucepan. Cook Over Low heat stirring constantly until mixture is smooth and comes to a full boil continue to stir constantly while mixture boils gently for 5 minutes. Combine pop Corn and peanuts in Large baking pan. Pour Carmel sauce Over pop Corn mixture and quickly toss using two Forks until pop Corn and peanuts Are Well coated. Spread mixture on cookie sheets. Let stand until cold then break into clusters. Cheese snacks 2 quarts popped Corn Viz cup butter or Margarine % cup grated american or Parmesan cheese % tsp. Salt spread freshly popped Corn in a Flat pan keep hot and Crisp in oven. Melt butter and grated cheese and add Salt. Pour mixture Over Corn. Stir until every flavor is cheese Flavoured. Bacon and cheese pop Corn 1 Pound of Bacon at room temperature a cup butter or Margarine 3 quarts freshly popped Corn unsalted i cup grated Parmesan cheese separate Bacon slices and place in single layer on a wire rack set Over heavy foil with turned up edges or Over a very shallow pan. Bake in hot 400 degree oven until Brown and Crisp about 10 minutes. Place Bacon on paper towels to Drain. Break Bacon slices into pieces about Viz Inch. Melt Margarine and gently mix with freshly popped Corn. Sprinkle with Parmesan cheese and mix. Add Bacon and toss to distribute. Serve at once. Indiana visitors in Willhoite Home times Herald news service Wall Lake or. And mrs. Harold Jenks of Elkhart ind., spent a couple Days last week in the Home of mrs. Lyle Willhoite. Or. Alvin Johnson spent monday and tuesday in the Leon Ehler Home at Holstein while or. Johnson attended the masonic school of instruction at Sioux City. Or. And mrs. Johnson thursday called on Bernard Morrow who is a patient funny business a Roget Rollem 2 guests attend methodist a pcs times Herald news service Manning new officers of the methodist a pcs conducted the september 11 meeting at the Church. Twenty seven members were present also special guests mrs. Waldon Buchanan Ida Grove the District a pcs president and mrs. Jack Kitchen Galva the project representative. Circle reports and the Sunshine report were Given. There was a discussion on the dec. 4 Holiday Bazaar and luncheon. The group will assist with the sept. 27 dedication of the new Catholic Annex on sept. 28, there will be a tour of Sioux City Church projects. Alice Moore presented devotions. Mrs. Kitchen showed slides and told of various Sioux City projects after which the Martha Circle served lunch. The breast Muscles of a Bird show the greatest development. They Are known As flight Muscles and usually Are very Large. Lyle arps Host duplicate Bridge times Herald Fewa Sperrle Manning or. And or Lyle Arp were hosts to the Manning duplicate Bridge club at the american legion Hall on saturday evening sept. 19. Charles Walker of Denison directed play. Max Detlefsen and Willis puck Manning placed first Margaret Tracy and Elk Runge Denison second or. And mrs. Herman Pahde Manning third. The club will meet again in two weeks. Eggs sunny Side up when ordering your eggs sunny Side up like furnishings when moving you Don t want them broken. Call Vanderheiden North american when you move. To to people pleases who treat furniture like eggs. Phone 792-92ss 101� n. Edit st. Carroll k a a a 4 a a a so a a a sept. 25 thru oct. 3 in person singing Star Jimmie Rodgers world s largest 4-h livestock show America s top cowboys competing for $20,000 in prizes. Every night at 8 00, 2 shows sunday sept. 27th, 2 00 and 6 30. Reserved seats $4.00, $3.50, $2.50, $2.00 for tickets write a Sar Ben ticket office Box 6253, Omaha Nebr. 68106. Or come to Brandeis ticket office out of town orders Call 402-558-6600. A Sar Ben coliseum Omaha 1971. Youve changed. We be changed. Chevrolet Worth seeing. Worth owning. Worth waiting Fon Vega not just another Little car but one Little car that does everything Well. You get More room More weight and More Power than most Little cars give you yet the Gas mileage is right in the same neighbourhood with the Best of them. Vegas come dressed up too not stripped to the Bone so you have to add a lot to make them liveable. Drive one. You la see. s a double layer of steel in the roof a steel guard beam in each door Power disc brakes up front a new Power ventilation system inside a wheelbase two and one half inches longer. You get the looks and Comfort of a six or seven thousand Dollar car but at Chevrolet prices. And that s the kind of change during these tight Money times that All of us can appreciate. A vanishing tailgate. A big change in our big Wagon. The window goes up into the roof the Glide away tailgate vanishes beneath the floor. Out of sight. Out of your Way for easy loading even in a closed garage or when you have a trailer hooked on. Sec what we mean by putting you first now at your Chevrolet dealer s

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