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Artesian" Yard of Month; the choice of the committee's th.ird yard of the month, a project of the Artesian Flower Club, goes to Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Iianson. This neat, well kept lawn with its well placed flowers anti shrubs attracts attention. Special mention this month goes to the yards of Clarence Satters, Day- ton Gilreaths, Russell Hansons and Anna Hall. It's a pleasure h, see so many well kept and a very difficult task to choose between them. Pictured are Mrs. Hanson at left, Mrs. Alden Scott, club secretary at right. " WOONSOCKET NEWS Woonsocket, S. D. -- Page 8 Thursday, August 2, 1962 ARTESIAN... Mr. and Mrs. J. W. S!ivinski and family of Harwinton, Conn. have been here visiting her sis- ter, Mr. and Mrs. Allan Bauer. SSTC, Springfield: Leona Klinkner of Artesian pur- suel summer session training at South State Teachers College, Springfield. S. Dak., according to a releasle by Jesse H. Dawes, director of special services. Leona is a senior student and is taking course work towards a four year degree. Commeneemet, t at 10:30 a.m. on Friday. August 10 will close the activity of the regular summer session. EXTENSION NEWS Irene Mews Judging from the maturity of various gardens armmd the coun- ty, many of you homemakms should be well on the way to a abundant supply of canned good, stored way for those tong snoxx- bound days. But like always, after several hours of working to preserve those beans, you noticed they lost their brigiltness or tle peaches lest some liquid during the processing time. Why? Are the methods you are using up to standards? We have in the ex- tension office various bulletins sent from the Department of Ag- riculture and State College at Brookings on canning and freez- ing. Some of them are "Home Cannhg of Frt'its. atd Vqgeta. bles, .... Home Freezing of Fruits "and Vegetables,' "ttow to Make Je!ties, Jmns, and Preserves at Home? time Tables for Pro- e.-ssing Fruits and Vegetablcs in Waterbath Canner." and the much requested bullelin just off the p-ess, "Pickles and Pick- ling.' 311 of these bulletins are free for te asking in the exten- sion office at the south end of main street. Woonsoeket. Because of the sandcherries, nanking cherries, plums, and ehoRecherries grown in shelter- belts, Dr. Lida Burrill at State College, Brookings has written in her bulletin collected recipes and suggestions of how these fruits can put savings in your food bud- get. If you are anYWheIe inter- ested, write to Dr. Lida Burrill. Itome Economics Division, S.D.- S.C., Brookings, for free publiea- hans of sandcherry recipies and South Dakota plum information. Blanching is important when you freeze your vegetables be- cause heating vegetables slows cr stops the action of enzymes which heIp them mature. If the enzyme action continues after the vegela- bles have reached the stage de- girlJe for eating, there is a loss of ftavef a.It(] co!0r. Therefore, f-flavors, 16ss of coto2 and toughness may result ff vegela- b!s are oen with-,,*  ..... lng. For blanching use a large D.t- tie that can be covered and fitted with a fine mesh wire basket. If you don't have a wire basket, you can lower the vegetables into the water in a cheese cloth bag. el, you might find that a blanch- er made especially for this pur- pose is worthwhile equipment, if a large quantity of vegetables are to be frozen. Use at least one gallon of boil- ing water in the kettle for each pint or pound of prepared veg- etables. Place the vegetables in bag or basket ad lower into the boiling water. Set timer. Check recommended blanching time time will vary with the kind .f vegetable. When tim timer rings, remove the vegetables from the boiling water at once Cool them quick- ly by plunging them into a large quantity of cold or running wa- ter. When they are cooled thoroughly, drain them and pvck iz freezing containers. Ruth Amtdon, Extension nutri. tie.qst at South Dakota State College, advises homemakers to ipen green tomatoes in the re- frigerator instead of on a window .-ill. Tomatoes ripened away from direct sunlight in a fairly light location are more nutritious ned stay fresh longer. Did you know that nearly ever vegetable except green pepper retains better quality in freezer atorage when it is blanched be- re, re packing? 4-H CALENDAR August 9: Dress Review and Demonstration judging day. August 9: All clothing due. August 16 and 17: Achievement Days. August 16: Style Show: 2:00 p.m., Forestburg Lutheran Church. September 3-8: South Dakota State Fair. September 16-21: 4-H Leaders' Crmp. The TAXPAYER WATCHDOG By R. LYLE BARTON Executive Director S. D. Taxpayers Assn. Do you ever become confused? Imagine you have heard of Bill- ie Sol Estes, the Peeps Kid, and t"e Department of Agriculture's a S. C. With the demands for :c:dgnation and the fast top-draw- ,r changes in South Dakota's A. S. C. 6ierafions, we wonder if some minor Billie Sol operations are here at our own back door. But you haven't heard much oE Dr. John Dunn of Peeos, Texas.'s the confusing part. Makes voq sort of wonder really what I'.as happened down deep in the o;nscience of America Reminds me of the story that goes some- t,ing like this. Once upon a time a man pick- ed up a girl on a street corner. She turned down his offer of a egarette and his offer of a drink. But she did accept his offer to go to his apartment. "I don't understand your philosophy," hc said. "You don't smoke or drink but you do this. "Well, it's like I always tell my Sunday School Class," she repied, "'You don't have to smoke and drink to have a good time." Estes is an unbelieveable Dr. Jekyll"and Mr. tIyde who claims he neither smokes, nor drinks, nor dances. He insists that men and women swim in his pool sep- a:'ately. This hypocrite rtRhlessly robbed, rolled and ruined smali competitors, churches, schools. and friends with a Bible under his arm. )r..$ohn ]dunn and Dr. Har- low AverY publish the Pecos In- dependent. A couple years ag, Dr. Dunn began quietly investi- gating Billie Sol and his fast buck empire. Through some sol- id conservative friends, after ac- cvmulating substantial evidence, he got the word to the FBI arid things started warming u). The town still goes for Billie l be- cause he "promoted" prosperity for everybody and they still want more of it, regardless of the mor. al implications involved. But Dr. Dunn is an unpopular man for turning up the skulduggery of Billie Sol. If the .mercian people are that callous and amoral then our days as a free pople are num- bered. A citizenry which is in. capable of becoming enraged by public corruption is incapable of being saved from slavery. We are becoming a Socialist- Welfare Dictatorship beeause of lack of morality. Domestically, we have sold out for bread and circuses, ike the Romans before us. We have been seduced with our own money, disguised as "federal" aid. Internationally, our amoral leaders--even those who v:ere on our side--have cynical ly tried to bribe and buy the world, as a substitute for a for- eign policy For the only world they know and believe in is the world of materialism. Without morality there can be no trust, no lasting peace, no freedom. Yes, I believe we have a right te be confused! SANBORN SUES MEET The Sanborn Sues 4-H Clvb met July 30 at the home of Carole Swenson. Projects were discus- sed and Achievement Days' entry blanks were filled out. A club Milliken Chapel with the Rex. George Chasney "of. Letcher of- ficiating. Burial was in the But Icr Cemetery, near Letelr. Augusta Vitak was born"-Octo- ber 20, 1878 in Praha, Czechd" vakia, the daughter of John and Mary Sejnoha. She came to America when she was 17 years old and lived at Redfield until J992. She married Phillip Mete," of Letcher, four children were born to them, Lee and Emil Meier, Mrs. Tillie Ruml of Let- cher, and Anna Davis of Nit. chell. Phillip Meier died in 1919 and in 1923 she married James v:'tak who also preceded her in death in I948. She was a resi- dent of Letchcr since 1902. Eleven grandchildren and eight great Card of Thanks THANKS TO MY relatives and friends for the many cards, vis- its and gifts received during my stay at the hospital. For the ;ills of food brought to the house ,inee returning home. Also hanks to Rev. Brown for the calls and spiritual messages, and Io my doctors, nurses and nurses aids for their wonderful care at the hospital. -- Mrs. Arthur S,:ott. lb I WOULD LIKE TO THANK all n,y relatives and friends for gifts, flowers, visits and cards while r was in the hospital and also kind. handicraft project was planned for the next meeting, which will he the annual picnic at Beigh's. Lunch was served the hostess. grandchildren also survive, z:esses shown since I returned i;ome. All were greatly appreci- April Bir|h$ ated. -- Avery Peterson, Forest- by tt a Iwrg. e Born to Mr. and Mrs. Willia,., Obituary Augusta Vitak Funeral services were held Tuesday, July 24, for Augusta ",/itak, age 84, who died at a Mit- chell hospital July 22. The 2 p.m. rites were at the Van Leur, Woonsoeket, a son, Thomas John, on July 26. weigit eight pounds, llb. ounces, at Memorial Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Otto Fitting have a new ;:randdaughter. Diane, born to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Harsch of Aurora, Colo. Tuesday, July 24. She weighed eight pounds. "they also have another daughter JoAnn. ,':INCERE THANKS to the nm'ses and nurses aid of the Methodist Ilospital, Drs. Gillis and Brogdon for their living care; also to friends for the flowers, cards, gifts for her stay in the hospital. --Lee, Emil Meier, Mr. and Mr.:. liehal Rumt and family, Mr. a:>t Mrs. James Davis and fatal- lie. p MY SINCERE THANKS to every- one who remembered me with cards, letters and visits while I was in the hospital. They were greatly appreciated.--D o n a 1 d Swenson p FOR SALE: 1952 Allis Model 60 combine and straw spreader "_.2 A for repairs.-- rmr, Phone PY6-2436. TOO LATE TO CLAg,!FY NEW HOUSE FOR SALE. plus lots, with full basement, also electric stove and davenport ard chair. Call 6-47C6. 40-ic WANTED: To :my one - story house to be moved. Wm. Hansen, Jr. V,o.onsocket, telephone PY6- 2262. 40-2p WANTED TO BUY: A few light ('alves. J. W. Easland, Woonsoc- ket. lp FOR SALE: Tappan gas range, IH refrigerator in good condition Ca!l Geraldine Peer, Artesian. lp Shoe Shoe repair and delivery Barbershop in ket on Fridays. Leo Drive-In-Shoe Huron, S. D. RUSKIN PARK THE ELECTRONS - Thurs., Aug. 2 THE JAGS - Sat., Aug. 4 CONWAY TWITTY - Tues., Aug. 7 Roller skating Sun. aft. and eve. 2 4 SU G A ibs. g9' Swans Down ANGEL FOOD Wilderness CHERRY'PIE MIX 3 9 box Swans Down MARSHMALLOWS 3 for LAYER CAKE MIX RID SPUDS Full lb. pkg. :3 tr$1"O0 , 10 Ibs. 4go 2for 49 c v Heinz-e5 oz: " .\\; Large, Firm, BORDENS MILK SPAGHETTI LETTUCE tallcans0000c - -- for @ --. ,r,, Pheasant - All flavors ICE CREAM 00/00gai. 69' NEW- NEW00 LIQUID THRILLSOAP TOMATOES Pheasant Brand "0g'37' 3'b'" 85' Cmpl's 2,bs. 77 Cimpl's - Formerly M. Ham LARGE BOLOGNA lb. 39' tteinz TOMATO SOUP Waldorf Supreme TENDER, JUICY CRACKERS lb. box SIRLOI00i or lb. T.BONE q BASEBALL BENEFIT[ All procceds go to baseball to enter District Tour COKE and HOT DOG PHEASANT FOOD STORE, Woonsoc | .... 117