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March 17, 1969

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Dow. o. theFa.m By Mrs GaUlard Heflin 'GREAT DAY' it's a great day for the Irish! Yes, sir! And fs roll Io the brim for this Irishman! But that's Ue way we like it. Never a chance for boredom this way. l've been busy trying out some Irish rx:ipes to use today and maybe you'd like to try them, too! The cookbook from which these recipes are taken was given to me last fall by my cousin in Banbridge, County Down. Some of the terms tound in the book are a little strange, but these A NICE BRIDE SHOWER GIFT -- a gift subscription to the Harlan Newslpers. SURE'N YOU'LL BE SAVIN' THE GREEN AT OUR LOT From E.M. CHRISTENSEN AUTO COMPANY II I I I 68 BUICK GS 400 CONVERT. V41, automatic Power, Air, Radio, Stereo Tape, custom mldg. Tilt wheel. Many more extras. I 1988 CHEV. IMPAL 4-dr. Sddan, V-8, automatic, air 1968 . BEL AIR 4-dr., V-8, auto- maUe. Power steering 1968 CHEV. BEL AIR 4-dr., V-8, automatic 1968 CAMERO SPT COUP, V-8, Stick 1967 FORD FAtRLAINE 4-dr., V-8, automatic, Power 1966 CHEV. BEL AIR 4-dr., V-8, stick !966 BUICK WILDCAT 4-dr. Hard. top, automatic, power 11166 CIIEV. Bel Air, 4-dr., V-8 stick 1965 CHEV. IMPALA SPT. COUPE, V-8, au.tomatic 1965 CHEVELLE, V-8, Stick 1965 CHEV. BEL AIR 4-dr., V-8, automatic BUICK SKYLARK -- 2-dr. spt. coupe -- automatic -- Power  air 1964 CHEV. BF.J AIR Wagon, V-8, automatic 1964 CHEV. BEL AIR 4-dr., 6 cyl., stick 1961 CHEV. BEL AIR 4-dr., 6 Cyl., automatic 1961 BUICK SPECIAL 4-dr., V43, auto- matic 1960 OLDSMOBILE #,-dr., V, auto, nmtic. Power air 1960 PONT. 4-dr., V-8, automatic 1959 PONTIAC 4-dr., V-8, automatic Trucks 1965 CHEV. TonjLong Wide box 1953 Int. 3/4 Ton, 4-spd., Racks VOLUME BUSINESS ASSURES YOU OF LOW PRICES PLUS SERVICE AFTER THE SALE E. M. Christensen Auto Company, Inc. 5th & Market Harlan 755-2145 IIIIIII II I lllllll II II Illlll I I PAGE 4 The Harlsn (Iowa) News-Advertiser Mort. Morning, March 17, 1969--Phone 755-3111 are on the simple side. 1 oz. is the equivalent of 2 Tablespoons, so govern yourself accordingly! I DEVONSHIRE CREAMS 2 eggs, 2 ozs. "castor" (granulated) sugar, 2: ozs. flour, 1 small teaspoon baking powder and a dash of vanilla. METHOD: Grease tins (muffin) and dust with flour and sugar in equal quantities. (Mix 1 Tablespoon flour and 1 Tablespoon sugar together in a cup for use here) Keep a little to dust over top of creams before putting into oven. Beat egg whites stiffly (Use mixer), then add sugar and beat. Add yolks and beat until thick. Lastly, fold in sieved flour, baking powaer ano tlavoring Put into patty tins and bake in a moderate oven about 20 minutes. PEACH TARTLETS Shortcrust pastry: 6 oz. flour, 3 oz margarine or butter, small /Z teaspoon baking powder, 1 beaten egg. Mix dry ingredients with margarine and add beaten egg Roll out on floured board and cut into 12 squares Place each in a muffin [in and bake about 15 minutes in moderate oven. (350 degrees works fine here -- my recipe said, "Bake blind" but I didn't know what that meant, do you?) When baked, put a peach section in each cup Top with meringue of 2 beaten egg whites, a little sugar and vanilla Plac.e a spoonful of meringue on each tart and brown in oven. Maybe I should bake some of these for the ttistorical Society meeting coming up soon! Here's some information on that, too! By the way, how many early Shelby County settlers were Irish, do you suppose? BCNUI P S. Have just received word of the "Slide Show" the Historical Society is planning to have made up from copies of all the old pictures they can gather together. Several members have had experience in this line and a very interesting collection can be the result if they can just get the pictures to copy. Dig around in the attic and see if you can't find something to add Can't you just imagine Great Aunt Jane or Great Great Grandfather and Great Grand- mother's surprise if they knew they were going to be movie stars after all these years? Bring them to the March 23rd meeting at the Home Federal Savings and Loan Community Rooms or leave them at Tinsley's store. Portsmouth by LUCILLE JURSCHAK Area College News ! -- Portsmouth - Carolyn Ohlinger a straight A senior student at College of St Mary's of Omaha, has been elected vice president of the recently established history honorary society at the college Carolyn is the daughter of Mr and Mrs John Ohlinger of Port- smouth Mrs Ralph Kruger was hostess at her home Tuesday for members of the circle. Prize win- hers were, Mines J. J. Herkenrath, Mike Sch- midt, August Reinig, Francis Leinen and Gilbert Rau. Refreshments were served by the hostess The members will meet April 1st at the home oI Mrs August Reinig Bob Kenkel family of Omaha were guests Saturday at her parents Vince Sondermans Mrs Louis Hatterman was hostess at her home Thursday for members of the Ringside Club and following visitors, Ann Hatterman, Mrs Lloyd Brown, both of Logan and Louise Burkeholder of Woodbine beginning with a luncheon at 12:30 p.m Prize winners were Mines Hazel Connley, Bud Huebner, Bob Reinig, Louise Burkeholder and Mel Book. The members of the club made plans to tour Omaha March 20 The Haltermans also hosted club card party Thurs- sday evening at which Mrs Bob Reinig and Stanley Martin won high and Mrs Frank Connley and A1 Huebner won low Refreshments were served. The members will meet April 2nd at the Stanley Martin home Gary Kohles, Gerald Schlitz, Mike Pauley and Marvin Kenkel attended the Shelby county firemens organization meeting held at West- phalia Monday evening Nick Schechingers accompanied Matt Reinigs to Denison Sunday afternoon where they were guests of the Bill Bruck family. Albert Sondermans and Bob Sondermans and daughter of Earling were guests Wednesday at the Vince Sonderman home Matt Reinigs of Panama were Monday evening guests of Nick Schechingers. CATHOLIC DAUGHTERS MET Mrs Joe Leinen was hostess at her home on Tuesday evening for members of the Catholic Daughters. Prize winners were Mmes Dick Gau, Pete Lefeber, Nick Bruck and J. P Stein. Refreshments were served by the hostess Mrs Walt Reisz will be hostess for the April meeting at the community hall at 8 p.m Nick Schechingers were guests Tuesday of their daughter and family Dale Carmicheal at Villisca. 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