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April 12, 1973

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The Clarendon Press, April 12, Page 2 Jim & Me Jr. o. Sizes 5-11 \\; Justin McCarty Sizes 8-14 Nelly Don Sizes 10-20 Top Selection Pantsuits in all sizes. Can anybody remember weather being like this last week- end has been? In one day, Saturday, the sun was shining and all was lovely, it rained, and it snowed. Late Saturday we heard a clap of thunder and saw a flash of lightening. Has anybody ever heard of this kind of phenomenaduring a snow storm? Have you been to Ruby BromleyPs lately? She has a won- derful soup 'n salad lunch that's fantastic(and all for $1.00). Have you ever tried working from 6 a.m. to 2 p.m. hos- tessing a shower in the afternoon, and chaperoning six 13-year olds for a slumber party at night? That's exactly what Rabble Hill did one day last week. Of all the three Robbte believes the slumber party was the most tedious. The girls literally ate the Hillfamilyoutof house and home. Do you have a cookie monster in your house? Here are some recipes that have really showed themselves cookie- worthy arotmd kids. CRUNCHY PEANUT BALLS 1 cup sugar 1 cup light cream or canned evaporated milk, undiluted 1 cup light corn syrup 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 5 cups cornflakes or wheat flakes 2 cups crispy rice cereal 1 cup salted peanuts 1. In medium saucepan, combine sugar, cream and corn syrup. Cook over low heat, stirring, until sugar is dis- solved. Continue cooking, stirring occasionally, until syrup forms a soft ball when a little is dropped in cold water. Add vanilla. 2. Meanwhile, in buttered large bowl, combine cornflakes, rice cereal and peanuts; toss to mix well. Add cooked syrup, mixing thoroughly. Refrigerate 30 minutes. 3. With buttered hands, form into 48 (1 l/2-inch)balls. Makes 4 dozen. ORANGE-CARROT COOKIES 2 cups sifted all-purpose flour 2 teaspoons baking powder 1/2 teaspoon salt 1/2 cup shortening 1/2 cup butter or regular margarine, softened 3/4 cup granulated sugar 1 egg 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 2 cups grated raw carrot 1/2 cup grapenuts FROSTING 1 tablespoon soft butter or margarine 2 cups sifted confectioner's sugar 1/3 cup orange Juice 1 tablespoon grated orange peel 1. Preheat oven to 3GOF. Lightly grease several cookie sheets. 2. SiR flour with baking powder and salt; set aside. 3. In largebowl of electric mixer, at medium speed, cream shortening, butter and granulated sugar until light and fluffy. Add egg and vanilla; mix well. At low speed beat in flour mixture; then beat in grated carrot and the grapenuts, beat- ing Just until they are combined. 4. Drop by table spoorffuis, 2 inches apart, on prepared cook- ie sheets. Bake 20 to 2G minutes, or until golden brown. Re- move cookies to wire, rack. Frost while still warm. 5. Make frosting: In small bowl, cream butter and con- fectioners' sugar. Add orange Juice and orange peel; mix well. Then spread over Orange-Carrot Cookies. Makes 3 dozen. PEANUT-BUTTER HEALTH COOKIES 1/2 cup butter or regular margarine, softened 1/2 cup peanut butter 1 cup dark-brown sugar, packed I egg 1 I/4 cups sifted all-purpose flour 3/4 teaspoon baking soda 1/2 teaspoon nutmeg 2 tablespoons sesame seeds (optional) 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract 1 egg white, slightly beaten 1 cup wheat germ I. Preheat oven to 375F. Lightly grease several cookie sheets. 2. In medium bowl with electric mixer at medium speed, cream butter with peanut butter, brown sugar and the egg until the mixture is light and fluffy. 3. Sift flour with baking soda arid nutmeg right into butter mixture. Add sesame seed and vanilla. Beat at low speed Just until combined. WHAT,S THIS? Oh, it's Just a birthday present that Brad Bradshaw of Country Kitchen received Tuesday from waitresses Rabble Hill and Mary Cooke. The present is a pair of bikini underwear, which Brad admits is a little small for him. But, maybe he can get into them someday. They're too pretty to go unused. (Press Photo) 00Excellent Selection of Dresses] Clarendon Ministers Launch Key The Ministrial Alliance of Clarendon in its monthly meet- ing on Tuesday, April 4, voted to launch the Key 73 pro- gram in Clarendon. Over 130 denominations in our country have pledged their support to the common mission of call- ing our continent to a renewal of personal religion. Key 73 is not an ecumenical movement, but a program through which all Christians in all our churches can say together, "Yes, our task as Christians is to deliver to others the message of Christ's love and forgiveness." What can be the potential results of such a movement? Just imagine for a moment 100 million people of this con- tineni breathing together in the new life of the Spirit. The basic approach is to reach the continent for Christ through strengthened local congregations of Christians beginning right in our own local churches. This organizational unit, the local church congregation, is a ready-made means for contacting Christians about the message they must deliver and their responsibility to llve the love of God in their own hometown. This is a troop-like movement of all of God's people majoring upon the main theme of the New Testa- ment: the love and forgiveness of our Lord Jesus Christ. The Key 73 program emphasizes the calling of our con- tinent to repentance and prayer beginning where we llve. Emphasis is to be placed in our local congregations upon reading and studying the Bible, the Word of God. The res- urrection of our Lord Jesus Christ is to be given special recognization since we serve a living risen Lord. The Key 73 program emphasizes living the Christian life through carrying out the love and forgiving spirit of our Lord Jesus Christ in our personal relationships, living the Christian life through involving ourselves in our own local churches and their ministries, and living the Chris- tian life through recognizing and participating in our world - wide responsibility of proclaiming the Word of God to every part of our globe. This is Key 73 in a nutshell: delivering the message of Christ, emphasizing the love and forgiveness of our Lord to us and our responsibility to pass a llttle of it on to others. The strategy? Use the local congregation, the local individual churches which are the link between the in the individual and the community. On April 20, Good Friday, the Ministrlal Alliance is calling for a meeting together of all of our churches in [ Tasty-Topic ) Pork Loin Roast.Apple Butter Glaze 4 to 6-pound pork loin roast cup apple butter cup orange juice Place roast, fat side up, on rack in an open roasting pan. Insert meat thermometer so the bulb in centered in the thickest part. Make certain bulb does not rest in fat or on bone. Do not add water; do not cover. Roast in a slow oven (325F.) until the thermometer registers 170F. Allow 30 to 35 minutes per pound for roasting a center loin; 35 to 40 minutes 4. With hands, shape mixture into 1-inch balls. Dip each per pound for a half loin; 40 to into egg white; then roll in wheat germ. Place on the pre- 45 minutes per pound for an pared cookie sheets, 2 inches apart, end roast (total time2 to 3 G. Bake 10 to 12 minutes. Let cool on wire rack. hours). Combine apple butter Makes 3 dozen and orange juice. Thirty min- utes before meat is done, spread apple butter mixture over meat and return to oven. To think of learning as a preparation for something be- yond learning is a defeat of the process. The most impor- tant attitudes that can be formed is that Of desire to go on learning. Daniel Bell BUMPER STICKERS Clarendon. The place of this meeting is to be Methodist Church at 7:30 p.m. A general worship will be held with Don Stone, Minister of the Christ, bringing the sermon. Begin to pray now that God will use our efforts as Christians to bring honor and glory to His Clarendon. THE CLARENDON Box 1110, Clarendon, The Clarendon Press is published weekly on every week of the year, at 204 South Kearney Texas. The Clarendon Press is entered as second class in the U.S. Post Office, Clarendon, Texas, 79226. Mailing address is P.O. Box lll0, Clarendon, Texas, Subscription rates in Donley and adjoining counties, Subscription rates outside this area are $G.$0. The Clarendon Press was established on May 1, Clarendon, Texas. The Clarendon Press is a publication. W. Dean Singleton is owner and editor andl li sher. Any erroneous reflection upon the character of any or firm appearing in these columns will be promptly corrected upon being brought to the the publisher. SHUGART CO Monday, April 16 OSBURN FURNITURE WALL 9 SIZE COLOR A/mut Our The GRAND OPENING Mutt's Restaur Saturday and Sunday Opens Today (Thursday) Open I Days a Week 6 a.m. to 10 Highway 287