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!!/!) 3 g' , "F Z Z 2B - The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wed., Sept. 27, 1972 ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::`,::.:.:.:.`:.;..:...:``` i! COmE CO.En '::i ........... - -- l00ece,, of th "00bleeke _ :;. it:::::  w Z 2 The apples are ripe and have to be used. One of the easiest ways to utilize them is to make apple sauce. Now for a unique apple sauce cake recipe that will make the canning time well spent. "It's been a family Mrs. Ralph Norhy favorite for years," says our cook Mrs. Ralph (Betty) Norby. The Norhy's live at 414 7th Ave. S. W. Norby is the office manager for GEM City Motors. They have seven children and III i I )11111 I _ ii r[I I II I II iii II I II II IIII BLUE SHIELD for Famous 220 E. Main Office 482- 2812 IIII IIIIILIIIIIJ III IIIIIIIII I j I III II IIIII I I I I ] =-. .= -"-- Mint Cafe  0N 24 HOURS , 7 Dop Wed[ BREAKFAST, DINNERS, SHORT ORDERS. STEAKS, CHICKEN. SEA FOOD. Etc. Sidney. Montana I I I I I I II I I I I Now is the time to have those storm windows and doors made ready for winter. (;lass replaced and windows made if neoessary. Plex glass cut to any size,  FOSD i-LCON FO sAL WHITAKER GLASS SHOP Phone 482-3454 North Central Ave. five grandchildren. Sandy-21, Raleigh, N. C.; Tom-19, a college student at Missoula; Terry, LaPuente, Calif.; Margaret, Glasgow; Paula-17, Charles-16, and I,isa-4 all living at home. They attend Pella Lutheran Church in Sidney. The Norbys are active members of the Sons,of Norway ledge and made a trip to Norway last year. Betty enjoys knitting arid has recently started two,:new hobbies, Hardanger sewing and' rosemaling painting. APPI,E SAUCE CAKE 1 cup oleo or shortening 1 cup brown sugar 1 cup white sugar 2 eggs 2 cups raisins (optional) cups currants (optional) 2 cups apple sauce 3% cups flour tsp. salt 2 tsp. cinnamon 1 tsp. cloves 2 rap. soda 1 cup walnuts Cream shortening,; add eggs one at a time, mixing well after each; add fruits, I boil with little water and add when cooled; add nuts; add flour with soda. salt and spices, next apple sauce. Bake 1 hour at 325 degrees. Frost with Brown Sugar Frosting. BROWN SUGAR FROSTING . cup oleo I cup brown sugar  ('up milk 1: to 2 cups powdered sugar Melt butter, add brown sugar, cook over low heat 2 minutes, stir constantly, add milk. continue stirring until mixture comes to boil, remove and cool, this is important, to have mixture cooled then add Crunchy Coffee Kuchen No one is more renowned for ood food made with honest ingredients than the Penn- sylvania Dutch, and their fame for prowess in the kitchen goes back in American history to our earliest days. Their skills and know-how have a Germanic background. The food is hearty, flavorful, designed to sustain the body during long hours in fields and dairies. We're fortunate that many of their recipes adapt to a con- temporary way of life that often does not require back-breaking days with a hoe. Among such recipes are those for "Kuchen", the moderately sweet bread-type cakes that are so good with coffee at any hour of the day - including breakfast. One Dish Dinner Is A Time-Saver There's days in every homemaker's schedule that leave little time to prepare a meal of several dishes. This is a nourishing and attractive one dish dinner. One Dish Dinner 3 or 4 onions, sliced 3 pounds ground lean beef 1 can mushroom soup I can whole corn 1 cup diced celery 1 reen pepper, diced 1 cup noodles .1 can condensed tomato soup 3 tablespoons Crisco Grated cheese Salt and pepper In a large skillet lightly brown onions in the Crisco. Add the ground beef and continue stirring until beef turns dark and is separated. Add the mushroom soup, corn, celery, and green pepper. Stir often and add a little water if necessary. Cover and simmer until done. Cook the noodles in salted boiling water. Add to beef mixture and season. Pour into casserole, cover with condensed tomato soup and cover lightly with grated cheese. Return to oven long enough for the mixture to bubble. minine Facts an ures By SYLVIA W. OSTERMAN County Extension Agent REMINDERS OF THE PAST iN TODAY'S DRESS, HOME FURNISHINGS AND DECORATIONS Americans of all ages and economic levels are learning history by making a hobby of interest in the past. Old movies and plays, magazines, clothing, customs, furniture, crafts and the tools of the past are being collected, studied, and used as nostalgic reminders of the past in today's dress, home fur- nishings and decorations. While many people specialize in collecting items ranging from authentic antiques to those common to more recent eras, others are borrowing teniques of the past to create their own "instant past." One is dried - apple art. A face is carved in an apple, which adds its own variations as it dries. The head may be fashioned with a corncob, carved stick or other material to create a figure which can he dressed and decorated to match any period. Macrame, the ancient art of Serve Fruit With Meats For Added Nutrition, Flavor Peaches, pears or apricots are great heated at the last moment and used t6 garnish tying knots, can be done with yarn, cord, string, rope or other materials to fashion belts, wall hangings, necklaces, head- bands or other items. Decoupage is the art of gluing pictures on wood and covering them with many coats of shellac or varnish rubbed down between each application. The edges of pictures often are torn or burned and wood can be scratched, gouged, burned or struck to add to the appearance of antiquity. There is a variety of techniques and methods of making items from cloth with thread, embroidery or other materials and information on various forms of needlework, tatting, crocheting, hooking rugs and others can be found in women's magazines, libraries and other sources. While some people merely collect folk art-- such symbolic devices as weathervanes, tradesman signs, decoys, samplers, quilts, etc., others prefer to create their own versions from new materials. Much folk art of the 150 years prior to about 1875 has been commercially duplicated following collector interest of the last few years. Many attics still are sources of such folk art as the samplers or quilts of homesteaders, Indian beadwork, leathercraft or a variety of household items. Those who lack one-time family treasurers often find making their own versions of folk-art collections a rewarding hobby. the meat plates; they add color ..... sugar, and flavor and important :":" ...... ull / i)owdered Makes a large amount, nutrients. Spiced fruit is .... ; : " ........ :" ......... .- - _ - another good addition to any  ':"':'-:: ' I 4[ meat platter. ] l'g'  Weddina Spicy applesauce, chilled or j AiJ..-  Invitations warmed, is a natural with ham : . : .  i ] "/71 4 oz' l)ork, but equally interesting "  ....... i t - with corned beef or hamburger. ' r ': Remodel I Nopkin=.Gue.t= Of course, cranberry jell," ..*, ....... i WHICHEVER I -latest Styl:. - but, f0.: added nutrition, serve I YOU CHOOSE' ! i Attndn" Gift' 'l''YS 'cs "l] 'ith chicken' I FRANDSEN $ it on slices of fresh oranges. I be su,, I 1 | Agate. & Gift. Hou. hah'cs.With laml,, try spiced pear , ,0.. , , ! financing. I i 11 each, Budinxton No , w.= or.o.,., I 1600= i i | comfortable t For. only $i). rthern came00 I t.,m, to I refngerator-freezers bythe c00oad 1,728 miles fron00 ! your family's I budget. " I P|fl[" MI!  : I St.loud.lUlinne.sg_ta to. Portland Oregon,where the i i i "SOII' FR ! n's ,dllI. ', ' Sell mr about $431 apiece. That's goodfor the ma- buys it. Burlington Northem. "lrhe better we get, the ! and Loan Ass]n l i S,dney Paint & Glass [ befil:er it is for you. I " i ! ' : :'" ,.i,, - I,,,.,.. ;.',. I,,'. BURUNGN ! Next To Post Office i ,, , , , , I NORTHERN At any time during Sep- tember, "Better Breakfast Month", and throughout the year, a most enjoyable break- fast treat would be "Crunchy Coffee Kuchen", starred on the breakfast buffet, perhaps with baked apples and a pitcher of cream, or, if it is an all-out buffet, with scrapple and scrambled eggs. Or during a relaxing mid-afternoon break, left over Crunchy Coffee Kuchen would be most welcome. Cinnamon flavor raisin bran, fortified with vitamins, is mixed with flour, brown sugar, shortening, to be used both as the base of the kuchen, and as topping. The kuchen is at its best served warm, and it will freeze nicely, but do re-heat. There are no hex signs on this kuchen. Crunchy Coffee Kuchen 1 cup unsifted all-purpose flour Sprinkle mixture 1 cup firmly packed brown for topping on the sugar sprinkle with the pecan. 1 ., teaspoons baking powder at 375 degrees for  teaspoon cinnamon minutes. Serve warm. ! uays  teaspoon salt 12 servings. J Plac L cup vegetable shortening (Note. Baked kuchea .! l,,., cups cinnamon flavor cooled, "wapped in raisin bran foil, and frozen. Before][ : 1 teaspoon instant quality thaw and reheat in the 0[ .. iii= 11 coffee  % cup milk 1 egg 4 cup chopped pecans Combine the flour, brown sugar, baking powder, cin- namon and salt. Cut in the Ys shortening until mixture is 1=, of the mixture, set aside to . ol use as topping. Add instant coffee to e I  remaining flour mixture. Stir in I Sales and s rvi , the milk and egg; blend I .......... .i J-i thoroughly. P6ur into greased Phone 482"31 :pl 9-inch square pan.  a A magnificen! :-:- k'.',, " "- k  blend o! "i! ' " Beau00 and Efficiency I SIEGLER GAS , ' HOME HEATEr1 The styling is superb. The heating performance is unmatcll' With woodgrain walnut cabinet, avocado iouvered front and por- celain enamel top grilles, it adds a touch of elegance to any setting" And more than a touch of heating comfort. Heat is delivered DY counterflow action, with blower that forces heat over the flo0( evenly to every corner of the room. Visit us soon, and ask for demnstrat'M'O NTAN A" D A K OTA ;I UTILITIES CO.  ..... / ,[ i