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Weekend Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - June 24, 1967, Dover, Ohio Culinary Corner by Brenda Jarvis running a smooth cooking and caring for a family can be a full time Job for any Robert Elaine Rippel does All 3 and also operates a Beauty shop in her Dover these chores come natural for the energetic woman and she enjoys doing them Al though my House is sometimes Rippel my family never on Many occasions the housewife prepares meat for a meal the night before in order that a Well balanced meal can be served to her family after she closes shop the next she also gives her credit for helping out in the Kitchen while she is Busy with a other Mem Bers of the family include Bud who is married to the former Kathle and a Barbecue Grill is in use often at the 216 17th residence during the Rippel contends that she likes cooking outdoors As if not than the inside a according to fire certain types of meat which Are More tender when done on the Barbecue among them Are the Eye of round which is a More tender part of the in order to make pork better on the Rippel first bakes it in the oven until it is nearly then bastes it with Barbecue sauce and puts it Over the she also suggests that Chicken is either Par boiled or started in an oven before barbecuing procedures with the exception of a Cool Garden which Elaine most always serves with her evening the entire menu can be prepared on the for a tasty potato the dark haired woman slices potatoes onto heavy adds a few pats of onion and Parsley and puts them on the Auw Mutt Mem Mem my Mimi i earn degrees in commencement exercises june 13 at Ohio state univer Lois daughter of and Glenn Shutt of 326 Oak received a master of arts in Educa Tion she specialized in the Field of emotionally disturbed children and is one of the few in Ohio qualified to teach in this she earned her bachelors de Gree at Bluffton College and taught elementary school in Dover and her parents were among those attend ing commencement Fleet son of find James Freeman of re received a Juris doctorate in commence ment exercises at Franklin col lege school of capital University in Fleet was the recipient of the United states Law week award for having attained uie out standing Scholastic achieve ment As a graduating he will be associated with his father in Law practice in 461 main James Freeman was graduated by the same Law school and is Coshocton county prosecuting Robert Rippel the dish can be prepared in an although the family is not Overly fond of they do like the homemakers special fudge Topping for ice which she has offered to read ers Rippel does admit that cooking chores would be a Little More simple if her family liked All i would have to do is pop them in the but because there a meat and potato she sex i try to s at i of y born in she has re sided in Dover nearly All her she is a graduate of can ton Gerber Beauty school and has operated her own shop 4 president of the Elizabeth chapter of child conservation she also is past presi Dent of the Home builders Sun Day school class at Johns United Church of where her family Are and is Active in Pat and Tusky she is a daughter of Leo Karl of new her husband is employed by Tim Ken roller bearing at can though she Doest have much spare Elaine enjoys playing cards with h or husband and other couples and spends much of her Leisure with her Many teenagers and youngsters would consider her the Ideal because she Doest believe in infringing on their privacy in any we Are what Many consider a close family and we do Many activities she when the Chil Dren plan something with its their enjoyment and i dont barbecued spare ribs ingredients one cup 14 cup each salad water and one Tablespoon Worcestershire one Tea spoon each paprika and Salt and 4 Tablespoons Brown method Combine ingredients and Cook for about half an until Well wipe ribs with Damp cloth and Cut into 2 to 3 ribs arrange ribs on rack in shallow baking pan and bake in 325 degree oven about to 2 depending on thickness of the Baste ribs with sauce mixture and Barbecue on turning and Basting Rippel also uses the Barbecue sauce for Chicken and for Chip cop Ham Ham and cheese Sand wich ingredients one Tablespoon poppy and cup each Oleo or Mustard and grated method Combine ingredients and spread on top and Bottom of place Bce of baked or boiled Ham and slice of Swiss cheese Between Bun and wrap in bake in 350 de Gree oven 20 Hardy pork salad ingredients two cups cooked or roast one can sugar one Teaspoon grated 4 hard boiled eggs and one cup each chopped eel Ery and salad method Combine toss oughtly and serve on lettuce chocolate sundae syrup ingredients three squares unsweetened three fourths cup Pinch one Large can evaporated milk and one Teaspoon method blend sugar Salt and milk and bring to boil Over medium stir ring add Vanilla and keep refrigerated in covered Strawberry Cream pie ingredients one quart Straw one cup sugar and Tablespoons method Divide berries in half and Mash one half with Polato add sugar and Cook 10 minutes after the mixture has started to stir when Cool add i chaining berries which have been Cut in half and fold place in baked pie Shell and serve with whipping Juanitas journal other food notes Are today topics by Juanita Abel women Page editor did you lose a cake the Charles Bells of 732 Ray new came Home on a recent afternoon and were surprised to find on their front porch a beautifully decorated cake inscribed i there obviously neither of their initials Are Jujj and neither knew anyone with those initials who might have sent them the they checked around the neighbourhood but find the there was no name on the bakery Box so they inquire at that the Bells Are wondering if someone expecting a cake did it get it and also Are concerned that the donor May be wait ing to be thanked for the do Hope someone clears up the mystery if you think a Pancake is just a Pancake you be flatter in your the 51 recipes submitted in a Pancake Competition in the 1967 America pageant Are far More imaginative than the most elegant creations by French for example some of the names Are pancakes pancakes a go go and Hoos Ier the along with Pic Tures of the women who submitted have been com piled in a Small Cookbook which you May obtain free by writ ing Box Chi tills entire column seems to be about maybe because in again on one of my fre quent and unsuccessful this is about a cooking con test in which a new Philadel phia John James is taking he will demonstrate out Oor cooking at the annual Naonal Chicken cooking contest Oday in and James both competed in the contest in 1964 and she has twice entered and Vas among the top winners in he Pillsbury takeoffs in san Francisco and los their and accompanied them on the trip to Delware and John is looking Forward to taking up ois fathers Hobby and entering the Junior division for which he will be eligible next James has promised to be a culinary Corner subject sometime soon after his return rom the contest and until that Ime he int telling what his re Cipes will be in the Jeanne Rose whose Redding took place was honoured at a recent bridal Shower and received a most unusual gift from her future Robert speaker of in a pretty plastic clothes speaker placed a gift wrapped package for each North of the Here Are the gifts in Case youd like Gest ions for your own january Towel february heart shaped cake hints from Heloise saves time and Money by Heloise Cruse get Sand from my toddlers ten Nis shoes is to draw it out with the nozzle on my vacuum clean Heloise welcomes ail especially Usu behold nuts Wonica she can pass on to because of the tremendous volume of Heloise is unable to answer All individual she win answer readers questions in her column whenever write to her in care of the Dally dear Heloise please Tell Young mothers not to throw away worn they should fold an old one and machine stitch it in Side a new this Way their babies will have a double diaper for night these mom made diapers will be less Bulky than using 2 new ones folded Ogeth this is what i and i find in not running out of n e w diapers All the Moore dear mothers i think that is a great this would also be wonderful for those who have a second or third mainly because the diapers have been washed so Many times they Are thinner and far less makes it easier to pin it on the so fold them to size and Start instead of hanging 2 diapers on Wash youll Only hang and your idea of putting the new one on the out Side is we appreciate it More than you will Ever Heloise dear Heloise heres my solution to an old camping problem of stubbing toes or skinning Ankles on tent i save enough plastic bottles about the size used for Hon Catsup and Mustard and after the stake is driven into the ground and the rope i slip one of these bottles Over each sure is a safety measure when you have Small children run Ning around the Betty Hall letter of thought dear Heloise my antidote for those dreary Days which All of us sometime have is remembering a particularly pleasant moment of the Day my husband and i have a special time each night when we recall something of the pass ing Day a Beautiful a Childs a prayer answer a Friend dear Heloise the Best Way Ive found to this Little bit of Effort before washing prevents Sand from getting into my Washer and the other clothes being As Long As youve got the vacuum Why not clean the pockets in Blue the same Way youll be surprised what youll find Ive reared 2 Heloise dear Heloise do you know that an Inex pensive fan operated in the basement during the muggy months will do away wit condensation and the subsequent Musty odor most people do not realize that the summer doldrums in a basement can be easily and inexpensively because the basement is be Low ground it naturally is cooler than the outside tempera open the doors and and the hot humid air comes in causing the moisture to con dense and Settle on the c of basement so be open your basement windows in the even ing when the air is by keep them closed during the Day and turn on a Small fan for you will have far less trouble with mildew and March Shamrock shaped cake april egg plate and or for Spring May june arrangement of artificial strawberries in a Center july drum August picnic red school House october pumpkin filled with cookie november nut bowl and december an Angel for on a Christmas area Highway jobs offered for Sale a relocation project of 39 from East of Roswell o eliminate the s curve will be sold july 11 by the Ohio Highway the relocation of the 2lane Highway will run from the East Ern end of the recently completed Roswell bypass to a Point about Miles West of the Carroll county completion Date is the department also will sell a mile asphaltic Concrete resurfacing of 62 in Holmes a mile bituminous surface course to 164 in Carroll county and a resurfacing of Miles of 643 and 4 Miles of 179 in Holmes 53 school employees picnic at City Park a newly chartered nonteaching employees chapter of the Dover Public school system held its first annual picnic dinner at City Park thursday night with 53 special recognition and a gift were Given Luther Everhart of who is retiring july the which received its charter May 25 under the auspices of the Ohio association of Public school pm will hold its next meet ing at the Start of the school Page the Dally 1049 electricians ratify pact Ohio violence marred strike came to an end Friday at the Stevens manufacturing Plant in nearby Texin Glon when Union members ratified a new fou year officials of local inter National onion of electrical said they were Satis fied with the contract which gives the Union a closed it was approved by a standing vote of the members at the conclusion of a meet the agreement on the con tract was reached Between the company and the Union thurs Day night Filer disturbances that morning during which in men and five women were a sheriffs deputies used fire Hose and tear to Clear a crowd of 1do that had gathered to try and keep no strikers from going to the com Pany employs sold last week to the Essex wire of fort Wayne makes electrical equip Dover policemen have Busy 2 hours Dover police checked out 5 complaints since Midnight last at they answered a Domestic trouble Call to washing ton which was followed at by a prowler report in the 700 Block of Walnut police hunted for who were breaking Glass on 6th at but found no and checked out a suspicious person Call at at the bus the final complaint was about car again in the 700 Block of Walnut this time at farm markets Ohio a Ohio of Cash Grain prices no 2 red wheat mostly 12 higher mostly no 2 changed to yellow Corn in 1 higher per mostly no 2 1 higher no 1 soybeans Oats mostly mostly 7071 unchanged to 1 lower mostly engineers Okay pact Cleveland five year contract provided an hourly increase of in wages Ami fringes has been approved by members of statewide local 18 of the operating Frank business Man Ager of the said the operating engineers voted in favor and against the con tract for official settlement of the strike that started May the operators of hoist ing equipment and heavy construction returned to their jobs june 14 in anticipation of the mailed he operating Engineer made 97 an hour plus 34 cents in fringe benefits under the old by May they will make an hour with an additional 10 cents in Fri building permit Sll y Dover Harry Triplett of 130 17th alternations and move certified Oil of 503 front former site of a Gull erect advertising starts june 26 our annual front porch Sale s a v e 1 w m 3 s a v e 1 4 s a v e Mary Baxter dear Heloise i have found a new use for my electric carving slicing Angel food and sponge cake it does a really Beautiful much easier for me than a cake regular or 2 Forks which tear them to pie Patricia Metzger of regular Price Many Many items lamps glassware permanent Flower arrangements napkins tablecloths place Mats f Banks antique reproduction bottles Feather Flower arrangements planters Gunnes int that something Why didst someone think of that before Heloise Sale starts june 1967 Sale end july 1967 219 West twelfth Street Ohio 44622 phone 3438911 t

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