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6- The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wed., April 11, 1973 -.......-........ . .... .... . . %%......../.. ..%.. .... .o,.. .:. : . .o ......*.. %%%;:;;-`;*:;;.::::%%`....%.%%%% !!::: :::::::: i:-:.&apos;. CALORIE CORNER ii'i ::::2" ........ " :.:::: . :.::::: ::<"i" * iiiii ":;: , @$ ::.-: / / :::::.:: e Tired of the same old box cake mixes? Would you like to do .something different with the mix for a change? Barb King, secretary at the Chamber of Commerce office, has the perfect recipe for you. Barb enjoys sewing and attends Pella I,utheran Church. She has two children, Kim- berley, 5, and Jason, 3, and lives at 112 South Lincoln. LEMON PIC'NIC CAKE l)issolve 1 package lemon jello in ] cup boiling water. I,et c)ol. Mix together: 1 yellow cake mix % cup salad oil 4 eggs |add one at a time} I teaspoon lemon extract Barbara King Ix, man jello Bake at 350 degrees for 40 minutes. Remove from oven anti poke holes in cake with a fork. Spoon over the cake while hot, the following: 2 cups powdered sugar Juice of 2 lemons Cool and serve. Barb also submitted the following reope for anyone who wishes to try it. HIPPOPOTAMUS STEW I hippo t medium size rabbits  opUonal) Brown lravy Salt anti pepper to taste 5 lls. ) Carefully cut the hippo into I I /' ...from caree, to home X [ tO run-about weokelids, ! ti Thefrontrnovesuplohug I the fool. Tailoring yoti ! beautifully for looking great J and feeling great, too, I I I l}UT W00LL-I00R00D I I | I I I | I I .' =21 oo White Patent, Black Patent, Beige, (;oat li|e Stride, MiO[, Sidney bite size pieces. This should take about 2 months, Acid enough tasty brown gravy to cover anti simmer slowly over low heat for about 4 weeks at 4(;5 degrees. This serves 3800 but if more guests are expected two more rabbits may be ad- de(l, but rio this only if necessary as most people do not like to find hare in their stew. ,  w * 'dr * Make Bologna Cup Couplets For a breakfast, brunch or lunch serve bologna cups. Brown bologna slices lightly in lard or drippings in frying pan. As meat heats, it eta'Is to form inverted cups. Remove meat from pan. For breakfast or brunch fill cups with scrambled eggs and sprinkle with chopped chives. For lunch, serve bologna cups filled with hot German potato salad. Turkey Dis Roast turkey may be the beginning of any of these delicious dishes. The turkey may be from Deep Basted Butterball Swift's Premium Turkey or it may be part of a 2 pound Butter Basted Swift's Premium Turkey Roast or a Boneless Turkey Roast. Turkey 'N Egg Bake ( Yield: 4 servings) 2 cups diced, cooked turkey z teaspoon poultry seasoning % teaspoon salt 1 cup shredded Cheddar cheese 2 tablespoons finely chopped onion 3 tablespoons milk 1  cups soft bread cubes Butter 4 Eggs Chopped parsley or chives Combine turkey, poultry seasoning, salt, % cup shredded cheese, onion, milk and bread cubes. Mix thoroughly. Put an equal each casserole. Sprinkle remaining z cup cheese and parsley over eggs. Return to oven and bake for 15 minutes more or until eggs are set. Can also be baked in a one-quart casserole. Saucepan Turkey Tetrazzlni { Yield: 6 SERVINGS, 1 cup each) 2 cups chopped, cooked turkey 2 packages ( 7-8 ounce each) chicken gravy mix 6 ounce package spaghetti, (.x)oked 4 ounce can mushroom stems and pieces % teaspoon poultry seasonings 2 tablespoons chopped pimiento % cup grated Parmesan cheese Make chicken gravy ac- cording to the package directions. Combine all amount in four individual ingredients, stirring to mix. shallow buttered casseroles (I Simmer over low heat for I0 cupeach). Bakeina 350degree minutes before serving. If F. oven for 10minutes. Remove desired, sprinkle additional from oven. Break an egg into Parmesan cheese over each Feminine Facts and Figures By: SYLVIA OSTERMAN BOI)YSHIRTS FEATURE County Extension Agent MACHINE WASHABILITY IODIZED SALT The soft-shape, smooth- Everybody has a box of salt fitting "laxly stocking ' had in the cupboard, but is it iodized developed into an inner-outer salt? C hk your own salt box. wear fashion popular for all If it isn t iodized, it should be. ages and making its way into Iodized salt is really the only men's departments. protection Montanans have This fashion combines well against goiter., a potentially serious disease directly traceable to the lack of iodine in the diet. Goiter is a swelling of the thyroid gland at the front of the neck. If allowed to progress untreated, it can cause breathing and swallowing problems which may necessitate surgery. People who live near the coast and can get two servings of fresh sea food everyday have a built-in goiter preventive. Iodized salt usually costs the me as plain salt. In fact, the trackage looks the same except for the addition of the word "iodized." Remember to look for iodized salt. It is essential to your health. with the current layered-look or goes it alone as the top for skirts and pants. Bodyshirts are sold in lacy stretch fabrics for dressy evenings and in tatlred prints for sportswear. All kinds of colors, textures and fabrics are available, although the em- phasis is on knits. There are all- in-one bodysuits, body stockings with or without feet and matching tights and pantyhose. Bodywear, although a far cry from lingerie, should be treated to a sudsing after wearing. Most bodywear can be washed by machine using a delicate, permanent press or special knit cycle. Place the garment in a nylon mesh bag before machine laundering to prevent tangling. Singing under the direction of Mr. John S. Erickson, is making its 1973 Spring Choir Tour and will present a program of sacred music in Sidney Lutheran Brethren Church 222 nd St. S.W. April 25,- 7:30 p.m. The director, Mr. John S. Erickson, is a graduate of Concordia College, Moorhead, Min- nesota, and studied music under Mr. Paul Chris(Jansen, director of the renowned Concordia College Choir. Mr. Erickson is in his fourth year on the faculty of Hillcrest Academy, the senior high school department of the I,utheran Brethren Schools, He directs the Hillcrest Academy band, girls' chorus, and choir and teaches music and voice at the I,utheran Brethren Schools. All of the 38 students in the Hillcrest Academy Choir are senior high school students in at- tendance at the academy. The school also offers instruction in two other departments, the Junior Bible Collegewhich leads to a diploma in Bible, and the Seminary which leads to the Bachelor of Divinity degre6. The 1973 tour will bring the Hillcrest choir into South Dakota, Wyoming, Colorado, Arizona', California, Oregon, Washington, Montana and North Dakota. A second traveling musical organization of the school, the Bible-Seminary Choir, this year tours the East Coast area. Included in the program will be a short meditation by Mr. William Colheck, principal of the Hillcrest I,utheran Academy, and such choir numbers as Advent Motet by Schreck; O Day Full of Grace and Beautiful Savior, arrangeby F.M. Christianson; and the Negro Spiritual Deep River, arranged by Parker and Shaw. The public is invited to hear this fine program of sacred music. No admission is charged, but a free will offering will be received. I I I I I I I II I I I fll II II I I Illl I I t . Recipes . Features hes That Pleas individual serving. Quick Turkey Chow Mein ( Yield: 3 servings, 1 cup each) 2 cups chopped, cooked turkey 2 chicken bouillon cubes lz cups boiling water 1., tablespoons cornstarch 2 tablespoons water 3 tablespoons soy sauce 1 pound can chow mein vegetables, drained anti rinsed Chow mein noodles or rice Dissolve bouillon cubes in boiling water. Combine corn- starch with 2 tablespoons water. Combine bouillon and cornstarch mixture in saucepan. Bring to a boil, stirring constantly, and sim- mer for 5 minutes. Add the soy sauce, chow mein vegetables anti turkey. Serve over chow main noodles or rice. nlthern Turkey Hash ( Yield: 4 servings} 3 cups diced, cooked turkey :l cup diced cooked potatoes 3 tablespoons chopped onion 2 tablespoons butter One-third cup cream 1   teaspoons Worcestershire sauce  teaspoon salt  teaspoon pepper Panbrown potatoes and onion in butter in a heavy skillet. Stir in the remaining ingredients. Cook over low heat about I0 minutes or until the mixture is hot and well combined. Stir frequently. Turkey Salad-Sandwich Yield: 3 cups) 2 cups finely chopped, cooked turkey 1 cup finely chopped  cup finely 1 tablespoon finely green pepper 2 tablespoons finely pimiento ,z teaspoon salt  teaspoon pepper Two-Thirds cups or salad dressing Combine all as a sandwich filling tomato cups (flowers) luncheon. This is made a day ahead. SUBS to the Herald It's Easy Stan's Radioand TV Sales & Service W// ). , # invites you to see premiere showing of the System from... II00TELEDYNE PACKARD BELL. 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