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1966 Co. Record BIG TIMBER ITEMS By MRS. GEORGE WHARTON Mr: and Mrs. Geo. Wharton and Johnny, and Frank Zenger spent Tuesday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Herman Moore in Beloit. Mr. and Mrs. Red Dethloff and son were dinner guests Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Mc- Dill. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Becker and girls spent Friday in Concor- din. David and Dean Fullerton spent Saturday night with John- ny and Max Wharton. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Huffman, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Parsons and Mr. and Mrs. Mark Murray took their dinner Sunday and had a belated birthday dinner on Mrs. Lawrence Stedman. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Becket and family and Mr. and Mrs. Slim Montgomery and sons were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Selvage and family. (Last Week's Items) Mrs. Red Dethloff and son spent Tuesday with her mother, Mrs. Eber Underwood, in Beloit. My, Friday and Saturday were such nice days, but Sunday aw- ful windy, some snow and cold. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Becker and girls attended Richard Sel- vages' sale Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Whar- ton and family and Mr. and Mrs. George Selvage, all of Red Cloud, Nebr spent Friday even- ing ',with Mr. and Mrs. George Wharton and Frank. We are sorry to hear of Mr. Otto Renken being in the hos- pital at Concordia. We wish him a speedy recovery. Mr. and Mrs. August Zenger and Larry of Haddam and Miss Cheryl Henshaw of Morrowville were Monday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. N. Wharton and Frank Zenger. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Becker and girls spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Richard Selvage and family. Fruit Sprays: Now is the time to apply a dormant spray to "fruit trees. Apples, peaches, cherries, apri- cots and plums will all benefit. A dormant spray is one that is ap- plied before the trees begin growth in the spring. A day when the temperature is expec- ted to remain above 24 is 'a suit- able time to apply the spray. Three materials are common- ly used for dormant sprays. They are liquid lime sulfur, Bordeaux mixture and dormant spray oil. Liquid lime sulfur is the most common one available to home fruit growers. A commercial spray schedule is available in the County Extension Office. Order Strawberry Plants: Strawberry plants should be ordered now for March or April delivery. Planting may be as late as the middle of April to the last of April. Two types of strawberry Dear 2riends, It is often preferred that clothing worn during life be worn by the deceased in burial. However, designers of burial garments have applied such fine styl- ing, craftsmanship and attractive fabrics, that an increasing ratio of families are selecting garments - specially in view of t.heir reasonable cost. 6 Respectfully, t plants are available. They are the so-called annual types and everbearing types. Annual types are generally much more produc- tive under our conditions. Midway, Surecrop and Empire ~re mid-season ripening varie- ties. Blakemore and Earlidawn are early and Armore and Sparkle are later ripening varie- ties. NEWS FROM HOME ECONOMIC AGENT'S DESK By Mary Frances Flentie, HEA 'Macaroni Is Versatile And Inexpensive Inexpensive, hearty, versatile [ . . and nutntsous are descriptive terms you can apply to macar- i ont. Use this cereal product in a main dish for satisfying meals[ on a wintry day. You have a choice of shapes as you choose macaroni. In ad- dition to the long tubular shapes, there are seashells, elbows, stars and the thin, cord shaped spag- hetti. Some authorities say that there are as many as 200 differ- ients set forth in the standard, lBeans Variety, Flavor and in the specified amount, I Plain cooked beans are a wel- shape and form. This is accord- I come hearty dish on winter days. ing to):heticFeAdect.al Food, Drug]When you want a change from the usual, add one of these three In order to be labeled "macar- oni' the product must be of "the clay~s of food that is prepared by[ +drying formed bits of dough l made from semolina, durum flour, farina, flour, or any com- bination of two or more of these with water." There is a difference between macaroni and noodle products. Macaroni may contain egg whites. Every noodle must con- Lain whole eggs or egg yolks in a specified quantity. Durum wheat, with a high protein con- tent, is used for macaroni pro- ducts. Semolina is the ingredient milled from the durum wheat. Read the label to see if the types of trimmings to the beans meat drippings. Make a quick spicy sauce by thinning catsup or chili sauce with an equal quantity of water or the bean liquid. Add finely chopped onion. Pour the drained beans into the sauce, heat until the sauce bubbles, and you have beans Western style. Thin a small amount of meat or poultry gravy and add a pinch of a favorite seasoning, such as mustard, thyme, poppy seeds, or ground cloves. Pour in the drain- ed cooked beans and heat. You'll find these trimmings are also good with whole peas and lentils. Wesleyan News I Peter 1:7. "That the trial of your faith being much more pre- cious than of gold that perisheth, though it be tried with fire, might be found unto praise and "Wesleyan Church. There was a good-sized crowd in attendance. There is one shady place in which a man is safe--under the shadow of the Almighty. The Wesley Center Church dismissed their Sunday evening service to attend the Missionary service. Word has been received that Mrs. Carrie Smith passed away Sunday evening. Rev. and Mrs. Arthur Calhoun were Sunday overnight guests at the Parsonage Home. Their next service will be at Greeley, Colo Tuesday evening. Reverence in God's house is preceded by discipline in the home. When the odds seem all against us, Dark trials thick and fast; Just h)ok up, and take new courage, All ,ff these will soon be pa:d.- Truly Jet, us soon is coming, Back to claim His own; Think what joy awaits the faithful, When He comes to take His own. Girl Scout Cadette Troop No. 221 The Cadetie GMs, during the month of Jammry aad February, have been me,eting at the home of Mrs. Dale Crangle. We are w,w'/:irlg oa "OLAF OWII" badge, which will bc our knitting badge. We had our Cottrt (',f Honor. LRita Anderson and Cheryl Ho!l finished the Social Dependability Chal!enge for which they received their pins. Linda Crangle Emergency lenge for pin. We had a Va~fifih'e are preparing for Week which --- Cheryl ESBON, KANS -S Prospectus I I lll II Finest-Quality During Oug Big COROVEL WALt PAINT, Goes on easily with brush or roll-' er. Dries quickly to a beauliful, washable flat finish. 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