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THE O1110 COUNTY TIMES, IIARTFORD, KENTUCKY, APRIL 7, 1977 2 Your Favorite Recipes "The Times Cookbook" is a new feature of The Ohio County Times and will appear each week. The recipes printed each week will come from you, our readers. This week's recipes come from Mrs. Novia Williams and Mrs. Paulette Coffman. Mrs. Williams is a resident of the Liberty community and a member of the Liberty Belles Homemakers Club. She tells me that she has already made one rhubarb crunch this spring. Mrs. Coffman is a member of the Matanzas Homemakers Club, and enjoys trying new recipes. desired Mrs. Novia Williams Beaver Dam, Ky. Ham Loaf With Glaze 11/2 lb. fresh ground pork 1 lb. fresh ground smoked ham 2 eggs well beaten 1 cup milk 1 cup cracker crumbs Salt and pepper to taste. Mix together, bake 350 degrees for two hours for one loaf or 11/2 hours for individual loaves. Baste every so often with the following mixture: Rhubarb Crunch I cup sifted flour :!4 cup uncooked oatmeal I cup brown sugar cup melted shortening { margarine) I teaspoon cinnamon 4 cups diced rhubarb I cup white sugar ] cup water I teaspoon vanilla 2 Tablespoons corn starch Mix flour, oatmeal, brown sugar, shortening and cinnamon until crumbly. Press half of the mixture into a greased 9" square baking dish. Pour in rhubarb. Combine sugar, water, vanilla, corn starch and cook over low heat until thick and clear and pour over rhubarb. Top with remaining crumbs and bake in 350 degree oven for one hour. Cut into squares and serve warm or cold, top with whipped topping or ice cream if Glaze cup brown sugar Tablespoon dry mustard cup vinegar cup water Heat together until well blended, then baste ham loaf during baking. Mrs. Paulette Coffman Centertown, Ky. If you have a favorite recipe you would like to share with our readers, send your name, address and recline to: The Times Cookbook, P. O. Box 226, Hartford, Kentucky 42347. Each month our photographer will be visiting a homemaker in her home while she is preparing her favorite dish or meal. Represent your com- munity, your homemakers club or just yourself, and help us make this column interesting and informative. County students honored Twenty eight Ohio County students were among the 1,800 Western Kentucky University students honored April 3 at the school's annual Honors Convocation for students who have achieved a grade point average of 3.3 or above out of a possible 4.0. Included are Vicki Dudgeon Alford, Beaver Dam, Kevin Brent Ashby, Joan Annette Hicks, Beaver Dam, Darrell Higginbotham, Hartford, John Russell Hunley, Hartford, Meggi Jane Burden Hunt, Echols, Diana Lynne McQuady, Beaver Dam, Pamela Sue Price, Hartford, Sandra Marie Robbins, Fordsville, Sandra Lee Rogers, Beaver Dam, Rhonda Tracy Sheffield, Hartford, Kimberly OUi lne lnet By Nancy Sheely Spring cleaning chores should in- clude an inventory of family medical supplies and drugs, because old prescription drugs can be useless or even dangerous. Your doctor or pharmacist can tell you the proper way to store a prescription drug taken for a chronic illness. But it's a good rule to get rid of any prescription drugs left over from a previous sickness or condition. Chemical changes do sometimes take place and can make a drug harmful. Discard any nonprescription drugs more than a year old, as well as medicines that have changed color or consistency. A safe way to dispose of drugs is to flush them down the toilet. If you're pretty sure a medicine is worth keeping around for possible future use, check it out with your doctor or pharmacist. It should have the name of the drug on the label, the name of the person it is for, and clear instructions for its use. It also needs a childproof cap if your household in- cludes young children. Unless you get permission from your doctor, don't ever let one member of your family take a prescription drug formulated for someone else. Keep all medicines in a cool, dry place, out of the sight and reach of children. Wallpaper's Getting Better All The Time During your spring cleaning you may question whether you want to live with those walls for another year or go thru the chore of repapering. It's true wallpaper's been around since the late 16th century in Europe, but new processes and materials keep improving it for.modern use. The do- it-yourselfer never had it so good, because wallcoverings are getting better all the time -- easier to hang and take care of, and often more durable, too. Regardless of its width, each single Beaver Dam, Margaret Gwen Back, McHenry, Zexia Kaye Barnes, Centertown, Elmer Clay Buchanan, Hartford, Kerry Wayne Casey, Beaver" Dam, Stephen Bruce Chambers, Hartford, Kimberly Schroader Drake, Hartford, Samuel I ,Jrt Ford, Beaver Dam, Cynthia ' N,th Grant, Hartford. March 28 Linda Simpson, Beaver Dam; Debbie Tunstill, Beaver Dam; Shirley Ballard, Hartford; Opal Ford, Hartford; Ruth Carr, Hartford; Thomas Simpson, Beaver Dam; Velma Johnson, Hartford; Lydia Geary, McHenry; and Christopher Crume, Horse Branch. March 30 Richard Clough, Beaver Dam; Gladys Lacefield, Centertown; Royce I)ockery, Horse Branch; Gussie Arnold, ttorse Branch; Carolyn Hardin, Hartford; Newt Vincent, Rockport; Mary Menser, Beaver Dam; and Chloe Geary, Horse Branch, April 1 Elba Taylor, Hartford; Nancy Swift, Beaver Dam; Genevieve Render, Beaver Dam; Charlie Abner, Centertown; Claudia Baker, Medco Center; Mary Calloway, Hartford; Violet Durbin, Hartford; and Verda Chinn, Beaver Dam. April 2 Racheal Golf, Cromwell; Sarah Clark, Rockport; Mary Gillstrap, Beaver Dam; Imajean Toler, Beaver Dam; era McKeown, Beaver Dam; and Steven Cundiff, Hartford. March 29 Earl Wilkes, Ohio County Rest Home; Nola Abbott, Beaver Dam; Kandy Newkirk, Morgantown; Gustie Hunt, Morgantown ; Deborah Schroader, Narrows; Elmer Etnbry, Beaver Dam; Pat Wood, Beaver Dam; Jerry Howard, Hartford; Opal Schroader, Beaver Dam; and Cletos Geary, McHenry. March 31 Marjorie Conditt, Centertown; Della Hoover, Hartford; Mary Renfrow, Horse Branch; Michelle Jackson, Hartford; Angela Lutz, Hartford; Joe Davenport, Hartford; Roy Bartlett, Hartford; R. C. John- son, Hartford; and Dorothy Hunt, liartford April 2 Lonnie Phelps Jr., Hartford; Beulah Matthews, Beaver Dam; Sarah Johnson, Professional Care Home; Everett Phelps, Beaver Dam; and Olda Daniel, Hartford. April 4 Zonia Jones, Hartford; Ruby Phelps, Beaver Dam; Linda Taylor, Simpson, Hartford, Smith, Beaver Dam. Benita Kay Snodgrass, Beaver Dam, Holly Darcell Snyder, Hartford, Raymond Terry Tatum, Beaver Dam, Bryan Steven Taylor, Centertown, Donald Keith Taylor, Beaver Dam, Paul Andrew Walton, Rockport, and Theresa Ann Welch, Hartford. lSSlOns Laura Larrane roll will cover approximately 30 , square feet of surface. The following Beaver Dam; Chester McIntyre, Centertown; Albert Hurt, Rockport; Chester Thompson, Beaver Dam; Shirley Burden, Beaver Dam; Lewis Cardwell, McHenry; Annie Ruthart,. Horse Branch; Louise Buris, Beaver Dam; Burl Goodwin, Hartford; James Russell, Hartford; Cora Brown, Rockport; William Render, Cromwell; Sam Smith, Jacksonville, Florida and Donald Brigance, Cen- tertown. ouni l Buy descriptive errp .a y, be h f ul ,, ...... ,, Washable -- You Can spot-clean hls wallpaper gently with lukewarm i water and milk suds, but don't scrub it. Scrubbable-- You can do a more energetic cleaning and washing job on this paper, but stick to the products recommended by the manufacturer, and follow the directions carefully. Strippable--- You can easily take this paper off the wall again, without steaming, to change the wall treat- rnent. To hang it, use the product recommended -- usually either liquid strippable paste or wheat paste. Pre-trimmed -- These wallcoverings are ready to apply without trimming -- and without overlapping, because the selvage has been removed and the pattern runs right to the edge. Pre-pasted -- You don't need wallpaper paste, just a special water tray for welling the paper. 95 I I MID-TOWN PLAZA - BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY i l ii i i Blac~ " i