High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Jul 26 1974, Page 6

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - July 26, 1974, High Point, North Carolina I cooking contest High Poust Enterprise a hot chinese Chicken so i o d wins the of if to ill ii i by Adelaide Wendler women and one Man shared Chicken cooking contest. Women a editor cast prizes totalling $20,000 mrs. Raymond Lutz of last evening As winners of Taos n.m., won $10,000 for Winston Salem a four the 25th annual National her recipe hot chinese Fayne Lux mrs Raymos new Mexico 1 Cicur preparing winning dish mrs. Raymond Lutz of Taos n.m., on thursday. She won $10,000 for the prepares her hot chinese Chicken salad dish in Competition with 50 other state for judges at the National Chicken winners. Cooking contest held in Winston Salem staff photo by Art , insurance women discuss Community projects Chicken salad. The wife of a Pilot mrs. Lutz developed her recipe while perfecting her stir Fry technique. Second place prize of $4,000 was presented to a urological surgeon or. Hamid Tara of Wayne . His entry was persian Chicken kabobs. A great grandmother mrs. Claude Swank of Cassopolis mich., won third prize of $3,000 for her recipe wine glazed Chicken and vegetables. Is. Cara Berggren of state College pa., won the $2,000 fourth place prize for her Lindos Chicken. Fifth place went to mrs. Charles Evans of Portland ore., for her Chicken with shrimp recipe. Her prize was $1,000. Announcement of the winners was made at the awards dinner thursday evening held in Benton convention Center. It was sponsored by the National broiler Council act cent flavor enhancer and mazola Corn Oil. Hosting the contestants and members of the news Media were the . Poultry processors the . Dept of agriculture and . State University. Guests were welcomed by Byron Hawkins chairman of the National Chicken cooking contest. Invocation was Given by Ebern Watson jr., and Paul Morgan introduced special guests. Featured speaker for the evening was James e. Holshouser governor of North Carolina. A musical program was Given by the chords a gospel Rock group from Ohio. Fifty one contestants representing each state in the nation received special recognition. In addition to the All expenses paid trip to Winston Salem they received $100 and an engraved Silver bowl. They were introduced at the banquet by Anne Nesbitt director of the National Chicken cooking contest. Prizes were awarded to the winners by Tam Etheridge chairman of the Board for the National broiler Council. Last evenings dinner concluded a Day which began with cooking Competition at the convention Center. The contestants prepared their dishes twice during the Day a first was for the judging and second for display at the dinner thursday evening. Serving As judges were a chairman Edward Robert Brooks of Chicago iu., who is affiliated with win radio and to and the Chicago Sun times a Julie Benell food consultant for the Dallas morning news in Dallas Tex. A Marilyn Hansen of new York food editor of family weekly a Ethel m. Moore of new York editorial services with amalgamated Black newspaper group a Agnes r. Olmstead of Atlanta director of consumer affairs with colonial stores a Mae Belle Pendergast woman a editor of the Sacramento Union in Sacramento Calif. A Dorothee Polson food editor of the Arizona Republic in Phoenix. Ariz. A Sylvia Scott hostess of the woman Sangle on War to in Baltimore my. A Elizabeth Sparks food editor of the journal Sentinel in Winston Salem a Jeanne Voltz of new York food editor of woman a Day and a Nan Wiley syndicated columnist a let s ask the Cooke a for the Register and Tribune Syndicate in Kansas City to. Today s itinerary for the visiting contestants and members of the news Media includes a tour of the furniture Plaza building in High Point. Adelaide s editor Friday july 26, 1974. Page 6a Jessica Coates to wed Donald c. Dalrymple it a mrs. Jean Jones president conducted the business meeting when members of the insurance women of High Point met on thursday at the top of the Mart. Mrs. Peggy Faulk gave the collect. Mrs. Alice Kennedy reported on the projects on which the group is now working. School memory booklets Are now being sold and can be purchased from any member. Mrs. Kennedy ways and Means chairman also reported on the plans for the Bazaar which will be held in Westchester mall in september and the workshops which will be conducted before that time. Mrs. Joanne Jones gave the safety report. She stated that the club is planning to undertake several safety projects which will coincide with the beginning of school. Most of the projects concern bicycle safety motorcycle safety and Safe driving. It was announced that the mid year Board meeting of the National Assn. Of insurance women Region ii will be held at the Holiday inn four seasons in Greensboro on aug. 24-25. Mrs. Jones and several of the members will be attending the meeting. Mrs. Jones reported on her meeting with the High Point insurance Exchange at which she was guest speaker. The Exchange meeting was conducted by j. C. Pierce. Mrs. Jones spoke on the awards which the local insurance women received in connection with safety and of the safety projects which the group has participated in. Mrs. Norma Thompson of the insurance women a Assn. Was a guest at the meeting. Mrs. Sheryl Foley of the Ford insurance Agency was a guest at the thursday evening meeting. After the meeting a bridal Shower was held for miss Jackie Boylen who will wed Rick Allred on aug. 17. Hot chinese Chicken salad 8 broiler Fryer Chicken thighs skinned boned Cut into 1-Inch chunks. Yacup Corn starch a cup mazola Corn Oil Teaspoon garlic powder i Large Ripe Tomato Cut into chunks i can 14 ounces water chestnuts drained sliced i can 14 ounces sliced mushrooms drained i Bunch Green onions coarsely chopped i cup slant sliced celery i Teaspoon act cent a cup soy sauce 2 cups finely shredded iceberg lettuce Roll Chicken in Corn starch. Heat Corn Oil in Fry or work Over High heat. Add Chicken chunks and quickly Brown. Sprinkle with garlic powder. Add Tomato water chestnuts mushrooms onion and celery. Stir. Sprinkle with act cent. Add soy sauce. Stir. Cover reduce heat to simmer and Cook 5 minutes. Lightly toss Chicken vegetable mix with lettuce. Serve hot with Rice. Makes 4 Servings. Thomasville Jessica Diane Coates of 103-a Royal Oaks will wed Donald Clyde Dalrymple on sept. 22 at 3 . In Mills Home Baptist Church according to an announcement made by or. And mrs. Robert Knowles. Miss Coates attended Thomasville High school and is employed at Tobias at Westchester mall in High Point. Or. Dalrymple is the son of mrs. Beulah Lambert of 128 Pilot drive and Willard Dalrymple of Kernersville. He attended Lexington High school and is employed by the Thomasville fire department. Miss Lewis honoured at event miss Jane Lewis August Bride elect was honoured at a bridal luncheon on thursday at old. Salem tavern in Winston Salem. Joining to entertain were mrs. Susan Emerick and her Mother mrs. Robert i. Helm. The luncheon tables were entered with Wicker baskets filled with roses and other Pink summer Flowers. A Pink color scheme was used throughout the entertainment area. The Bride elects place was marked with a nosegay of Pink roses. The hostesses presented the honoree with China in her chosen pattern and a needlepoint wedding Sampler. Special guests included mrs. Clifford Lewis Mother of the Bride elect. Mrs. Emerick will be a bridesmaid in the aug. 3 wedding of miss Lewis to Gregg Sutton at first United methodist Church. When washing garments or Home fashions with tape fasteners rather than zippers or buttons be sure to close the tapes before placing in the washing machine. This will prevent the tiny Woven Nylon Hooks from picking up lint during laundering. Latest open 9 30 to 3 30 daily priday night til 6 00 a. I a y re 1/k i c $ i v la to Christi Doxtad or. And mrs. Steven Doxtad of it. 3, Trinity Are the parents of a daughter Christi Michelle born on july 23 at High Point memorial Hospital. Today s recipe roquefort burgers by Marian Burros women a news service when you need another Way to fix hamburgers. In a pounds lean ground beef a cup roquefort cheese crumbled 3 Tablespoons butter i Tablespoon Dijon Mustard few drops Worcestershire sauce Salt and freshly ground Black Pepper shape ground beef into 8 patties and Brown quickly on both sides. Combine remaining ingredients and spread Over patties cover Skillet and Cook 5 minutes longer or until desired degree of oneness. Makes 4 Servings. Jay Hohn Iii or. And mrs. Jay Hohn or. Of it. I Randleman announce the birth of their son Jay Sylvester Iii on july 23 at High Point memorial Hospital. James Oxendine or. And mrs. James oxen me of 203 old Thomasville Road announce the birth of their son James Boyd on july 24 at High Point memorial Hospital lose weight starting today Odri Nix contain the most effects a glueing Aid available without Prescript Tord on tiny Odri Nix Tablet Bio meals and you wont to at Ion Down go your calories Down Joes your weight thousand of women from Cost to coast report Odri Nix has helped hem lose 5, to 20 pounds in a Short Ime so can you. Gee rid of ugly Fot and live longer Odri Nix must satisfy or your Money will be refunded. No question asked. 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