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The Frontier Woman ...
Apple Per Day May Not Keep Doc Away
But Makes for More Interesting Salads
By BLANCHE SPANN PEASE
The season of the year is with
us when apples for cooking are
plentiful and cheap. Try some
new apple recipes, “for goodness
An apple a day may not keep
the doctor away but it will make
for a more interesting salad every
now £nd then — and several ap
ples can make the most delect
able of desserts.
MINCE MEAT APPLES
Here’s a new twirl to that old
recipe for baked apples. You’ll
need eight medium sized baking
apples, % cup mincemeat, four
teaspoons butter, one cup of sugar
and one cup water.
Wash and core the apples.
Peel skin about a third of the way
down. Place in a deep baking
dish Fill the cavities with one
tablespoons of mincemeat and
% teaspoon butter. Boil sugar
and water together for 5 min
utes. pour over apples in baking
dish. Bake uncovered in oven for
an hour, baste frequently with
We don’t care much for regular
commercial mincemeat. I always
fix it up by adding equal
amounts of either apple sauce
or ground raw apples. Next
time you make mincemeat pie
try adding a couple of ground
raw apples. Next time you
make mincemeat pie try adding
a couple of ground raw apples,
and a Vz cup pineapple to each
mincemeat pie filling. You’ll like
One-half cup sugar, Vz cup hon
ey, one cup water (you may use a
cup sugar in place of the half
cup sugar and half cup honey),
two cups finally chopped apples.
Dough for apple roll—One cup
lifted enriched flour, three ta
blespoons shortening, Vz tea
spoon salt, two teaspoons baking
powder, 1 tablespoon sugar, 1/3
to Vz cup milk.
Boil sugar, honey and water
together to make a thin syrup.
Sift flour, baking powder, salt
and sugar together. Cut in short
ening, add milk to make a fair
ly soft dough. Roll out on flour
ed board in rectangular shape to
about y4 inch thickness. Spread
apples over dough and roll like
a cinnamon roll. Cut into one
inch lengths and place cut side
up in a greased utility dish or
pan, size 6x10. Sprinkle with just
a litle cinnamon, pour hot syrup
over the rolls and bake at once
in preheated 450 F. oven for 25
minutes. Serves six.
Stuart Farm Wife
Dear Mrs. Pease:
It has been a long time since I
sent a letter for The Frontier: I
thought perhaps these cup cake
recipes might be of help in pie
paring children’s school lunches.
I am also sending a recipe for
one of our favorite desserts.
PEANUT BUTTER CUP CAKES
One-half cup butter, IVz cups
brown sugar, Vz cup peanut but
ter, one teaspoan vanilla, 2/3 cup
milk, two eggs (beaten), l1^ cups
cake flour, Vz teaspoons salt, two
teaspoons baking powder.
Cream butter, add sugar, con
tinue creaming; Add peanut but
ter and cream well. Add vanilla
and eggs, beating well. Add flour
sifted with salt and baking pow- 1
der, alternately with milk. Bake
in paper cups in moderate oven
for about 30 minutes. Frost with
any chocolate frosting.
RAISIN CUP CAKES
One-third cup shortening, one
cup sugar, one egg (well beaten),
Vz cup milk, IVz cups flour,
three teaspoons baking powder,
Vz teaspoon vanilla, one cup
Cream shortening, add sugar
and stir in egg. Add milk and
flour sifted with baking powder,
beginning and ending with flour.
Mix well, add vanilla and raisins
which have been washed, dried
and floured. Bake in moderate
oven of 350 F. for 20 to 25 min
One-half cup cream, 24 marsh
mallows, V\ cup milk, Vz cup
drained crushed pineapple,
cup pineapple juice, 1 Vz table
spoons lemon juice, % teaspoon
lemon rind, Vz cup graham
cracker crumbs, 1 Vz tablespoons
sugar, 1 Vz tablespoons soft but
Chill cream until ice cold. Put
marshmallows over milk in top
part of double boiler and cook
over boiling water until marsh
mallows are melted. Remove
from heat, stir in pineapple,
juices and lemon rind. Chill un
til mixture begins to thicken.
Mix graham cracker crumbs,
sugar and butter. Put half of
cnimb mixture into six dessert
dishes, or one eight-inch square
pan. Whip cream with cold ro
tary beater until stiff. Fold into
chilled fruit mixture. Put on top
of crumbs in dishes or pan
Sprinkle rest of crumbs over
fruit mixture. Chill about one
hour. Keep chilled until ready to
! “STUART FARM WIFE”
At Butte Livestock Market
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 22
Calf & Yearling
WE PLAN io hold our largest feeder sale of many years.
We have the promise of more buyers from more states
than we have ever had in the past eight years. We are con
tacting a good many distant buyers for orders by telephone,
making the outlet for your livestock at our sale the best pos
sible for highest prices on Calves and Yearlings this fall.
BILLY HANSEN is out trying to contact as many farmers
and ranchers as possible io list your stock for newspaper,
radio and other means of advertising.
ALL CONSIGNMENTS will be sold the way they are listed,
first listed—first sold.
Mail or Phone your Livestock Consignment at once to the
BUTTE LIVESTOCK MARKET
A. C. HANSEN
For this Big Sale on October 22
Dr. Fisher, Dentist
In the Bishop Block—Norfolk
Office Phone: 610
Res. Phone: 2842
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Sunday, Oct. 19
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A' ing" when you drink Stor* I
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Whether you drink beer oc*
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you'll find a bottle of Storz
doesn't take the edge off
your appetite even before
dinner. Because Storz is
starch-free, it adds appetite
appeal to any meal.
After work, before dinner,
open a bottle of Storz. See
if you don't notice the ab
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One Hospitalized in
STUART — The first annual i
homecoming of the Stuart high
school was held Friday, October
The program sponsored by the
Pep club was started with a par
ade on main street at 3 o’clock,
featuring the school band and i
floats made by the high school
classes and school clubs.
Following the parade there was
open-house at the school.
At 5:30 p. m. an alumni ban
quet was served to 210 guests at
Sharon Bigelow, president of
the Pep club, was toastmistress. j
The welcome was given by Marge
Weichman; response by Norris
Coats. Recognition was given to
Mrs. Leonard Roberts, nee Ida
Kraft, as a graduate of the ear
liest class represented, which was
1901. Other features were a vocal
solo by Raedean Kramer; tap
dance by Henrietta Coats, Car
olyn Cobb, Barbara Flanigan and
Jane Henderson; vocal solo by
After the program the alumni
organized with the following of
ficers: Norris Coats, president;
Dana Bigelow, secretary; Edward
Kunz, treasurer, and a board of
directors as follows: Mrs. Dana
Bigelow, Mrs. Frank Weichman
jr., Elmer Allyn, (Marion Davis
and Robert Ramm.
At 8 o’clock the Stuart-Atkm
son football game got underway
of fVjp novlr
At the half-time Shirley Shald
was crowned queen and Robert
Tielke king of the homecoming
festivities. Shirley, the senior
class president, is editor of the
school paper, ‘The Wrangler,” a
member of the school band and
a cheer leader. “Bob,” a senior,
is a letterman in football and
The prize winning floats were
brought into the field and first
prize was awarded to the fresh
man class and second prize to the
A twirling exhibition was also
given by members of the band.
The football score was 12-0 in
favor of Atkinson.
One of the bleachers collapsed
at the game and several persons
were hurt. One youth was hos
Except that one end of the
stand was cushioned and sup
ported by a Cleary Bros, truck
many persons might have been
Other Stuart News
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Krotter
went to Lincoln Friday, October
10, to spend the weekend with
relatives and attend the Nebras
ka-Kansas State football game
Willis Berry, student in the
state agriculture college at Lin
coln came Friday, October 10, to
spend the weekend with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Rollo Berry.
Don Shald, student in Creigh
ton university at Omaha, spent
the weekend with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Shald.
Mrs. Clem Pfister and daugh
ter, Wanda, of Bassett were Sun
day dinner guests at the Berlin
Mr. and Mrs. Jack McGrew at
tended Ak-Sar-Ben rodeo m Om
aha on Friday, October 10. Their
daughter, Joan urhans, was guest
rodeo queen that day.
1'*> ?pd Mrs. Frank Schaaf en
tertained at a card party Thurs- I
dav night, October 10. Mr. and
Mrs. George Hitchcock won high
and Mrs. Harold Williamson and j
Trowel n*pre low.
Mrs. Jane Cobb and Miss
Theresa Levi went to Norfolk
Thur^dav. Oc+oh^r 9, to attend a
convention of Garden clubs.
H^n Mark 2 1 st, 65th
Birthday for Switzer
Charles H. Switzer was sur
prised Sunday October 12, when
some of his old friends, neigh
bors and relatives came with well
filled dinner baskets to help him
celebrate his 65th birthday anni
Those present were: Mr. and
Mrs. Dick Horrocks and Mr. and
Mds. Fmorv Kohl, all of Tilden,
Mr. and Mrs. Alie Horrocks, Mr
and M^. Walt°r Black, Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Dahl, Mr. and Mrs.
Ed Nve, Ralph Switzer and Mr.
and Mrs Albert Schultz, all of
Meadow Grove: Dwayne Switzer
of Cedar Bluffs; Mr and Mrs.
Fritz Schinck of Brunswick; Mr.
and Mrs. Lester Riege and daugh
ter of O’Neill: Mr. and Mrs. Ben i
Asher and family of Page. I
Mr. Switzer’s son and daugh- |
ter-in-law ofg Huotington Park, •
Calif., phoned to wish him a hap
py birthday anniversary.
Some of those in Sunday’s an
niversary party also surprised
him 44 years ago on his 21st
The afternoon was spent so
cially. Refreshments were served.
STUART—The Stuart firemen
were called to the Eugene Poess
necker farm about seven miles
east of Stuart on Thursday after
noon, October 9. A barn contain
ing 150 tons of baled hay and a
1950 pickup was completely de
stroyed. Origin of the fire was
BAN fit I
Tuesday, Oct. 21
Miss Maude Rouse and her
brother, Herbert, left Thursday
for Denver, Colo. On their return
trip home they will stop at North
Platte to attend a lodge conven
tion and reach here Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Metschke
and family of Fremont were
weekend guests at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Yantzi.
Misses Bernice and Alice Sco
field, who are nurses in Omaha,
accompanied by Miss Mary Par
rott of Wahoo were weekend vis
itors at the home of their mother,
Mrs. Jess Scofield.
Miss Mary Faulhaber spent the
weekend with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Sidney Faulhaber, of
Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Zak
rzewski drove to Winnebago,
Minn., to visit Mr. and Mrs. Her
bert Fox and from there they
went to Austin, Minn., to visit
Mrs. Zakrzewski’s sister, Mrs.
Josie Joracke, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil
Wytaske, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold
Wytaske and Mrs. Helen Wytaske.
Mr. and Mrs. Weston Whitwer
an Sunday attended the 74th
birthday anniversary dinner for
Mr. Whitwer’s father, Mel Whit
wer, at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Keith Whitwer of Tilden.
Mr. and Mrs. George Winkler
attended the wedding of their
niece, Delores Kemper, to Allen
Zempel at Page Saturday.
Vonna and Dale Ludington of
Grand Island were weekend
guests at the home of their aunt
and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. George
Miss Helen Winchell spent the
weekend in Franklin visiting a
friend, Miss Peggy Degan.
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Wetzler
of Gregory, S. D., and Mr. and
Mrs. Leon Wetzler of Omaha
were weekend guests at the homa
of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Worth and
Mr. and Mm. Benny Wetzler. Sun
day dinner guests at the Benny
Wetzler residence were Mr and
Mm. Adoloh Wetzler, Mr. and
Mrs. Leon Wetzler, Mr. and Mrs.
C. E. Worth, Mr. and Mm. Fred
Lindberg and family, Mrs. Mary
Wetzler, and Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Mrs. Jerry Weaver and Linda
were weekend guests at the home
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
James Lessig, at Ainsworth.
Mr. and Mrs. William Wilson
and family of Redbird were Fri
day dinner guests at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Robert White.
Herman Schollmeyer of Scott
ville was a Sunday afternoon vis
itor at the Robert White resi
Saturday guests at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Robert White were
Mrs. White’s mother, Mrs. Ray
Wilson, and her sister, Mrs. Wil
la Schollmeyer, and Bardy Joe
Tom White of Scottville ac
companied Robert White and
Ronnie duck hunting Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Zak
rzewski accompanied Mrs. Joe
Jareske and spent the weekend
in Ogalalla visiting Mrs. Justine
Zakrzewski, Mrs. Ann Zakrzew
ski and daughter, Clarence Zak
rzewski, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Haggy who are parents of a baby
girl. Mrs. Haggy is in the hospital
, at Ogalalla. On their return
home they were overnight guests
at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Stanley Ksonzak in Ashton.
Brownie fly-up and Girl Scout
court of honor was held on Wed
nesday evening, October 8, in the
parlors of the Methodist church.
Refreshments were served.
Mrs. John DeHoogh of Sheldon,
la., spent the weekend with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rob
The employees of the Central
Finance Corp. of O’Neill, Neligh
and Norfolk traveled in several
cars to Bassett where they spent
the weekend duck hunting.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rumbaugh
were Sunday dinner guests at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Martin
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Strange of
Sheridan, Wyo., stopped at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. W. W.
Waller on their way home Sun
Miss Helen Lessig of Ainsworth
was a Thursday overnight guest
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry
Weaver, Miss Lessig and Mrs.
Weaver, who are sisters, attended
the demonstration given by the
Job’s Daughters of Ainsworth for
Order of the Eastern Star.
Sunday dinner guests at the
Sylvester Zakrzewski home were
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Zakrzewski
and family of Opportunity.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Fox
drove to Omaha Sunday to visit
Mr. Fox’s mother, Mrs. Stanley
The Altar society of the As
sumption BVM church met at
the home of Miss Pauline Mulhair
on Wednesday, October 8, with
Mrs. Guy Mulhair and Mrs. James
Maly cohosteses. After the busi
ness meeting, games were played
during the social hour. The next
meeting will be held on Thursday,
November 6 at the M. P. Stenger
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Christensen
returned home Friday from a
two weeks visit with their daugh
ter and family near Lincoln.
Frank Lewis looked after their
chores during their absence.
GETS NAVY RELEASE
MIDDLEBRANCH — Larry
Brookhauser, navy seaman, re
turned last week irom Monterey,
Calif., where he was issued a
medical discharge from the ser
vice. He had been hospitalized,
recently for six weeks. While om
navy duty he was assigned to fire
rescue work. His parents are Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph Brookhauser of
Dr. Edw. J. Norwood, O.D.
from Crawford, Nebraska,
will be in OTJAiR on
9 A.M. to 5 P.M.
At the Hotel Golden
Glasses Properly Fitted
O’NEILL DRIVE - IN
Fri. - Sat. - Sun., Oct. 17 -18 -19
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