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Page 8 Cheney Free Press Thursday, December 23, 1982 Holiday Recipes The foll(,wing holiday recipes a re from employees from local banks in Cheney and Medical Lake. Not all of the banks were able to respond, but the Free Press hopes its readers will like the recipes from those who did send them to the paper. nml m B mm ml uuno ml me mm m n m m mn mnLB m B B B B m umu B B m m B B m  Chocolate Torte I (&apos;up (:bopped pecans I cube melted batter I cup flour Mi pecans, flour and butter till well mixed, Pat in 9 x 13 pan and bake at 35O degrees for 20 minutes until golden brown. Let cool. Cream together 1-8 oz. package cream cheese, 1 cup cool whip, 1 cup powdered sugar. Spread over pecan crust. Mix together 1 small package chocolate instant pudding, t small package vanilla instant pudding and three cups milk. Beat until pudding thickens - about '3 minutes. Then spread over cream cheese mixture. Chill for about 1 hour before erving. Matt i,ynch Seafirst Bank /i mlB hill iml   mB mlm mll Im IIB iml nm nl imm im ill  ill gm i i  u u n   N  i Christmas Shrimp Salad ! I Pkg sunflower seeds 2 cups large elbow macaroni 2 tomatoes I jar marinated artichoke hearts = I can pitted olives % white onion I can shrimp Uncle Dan's Salad Dressing Cook elbow macaroni, drain. Cut tomatoes, artichoke hearts, olives, onions, stir rote macaroni. Mix in shrimp. Put 2 to 3 tblso of marinated sauce {from artichoke jar) in with Uncle Dan's. Mix into salad as desired, sprinkle with sunflower seeds. Melanie Wilkie ' Seafirst Bank guam uDniimnn umlllgmim n n glum u m nim g Mince Custard Holiday Pie I 9" pie shell, baked It2 C. prepared mincemeat 3 Eggs !2 C. sugar 4 tsp. salt 134 C, milk scalded I tsp. vanilla dash nutmeg Spread mincemeat over bottom of pie shell. Beat eggs with sugar and salt. Blend in milk and vanilla. Pour custard over mincemeat; sprinkle grated nutmeg on top. Bake in moderate (350 degrees) oven for 1 hour, or until custard is firm. Let pie cool on wire rack before serving. Rainier National Medical Lake m mmmmmmmmmmmm mmmmmmmmmmmmmm mmmmm mm Micro English Toffee :14 C. packed brown sugar I C. chopped pecans z C. butter, chunked /2 cup chocolate chips Combine brown sugar and butter in 2-quart casserole. Cook 4. to 6 minutes on HIGtt until sugar dissolves, stirring after 2 minutes then every minute. Do not overcook. Spread nuts evenly in buttered 8-inch square pan; top with sugar mixture. Sprinkle with chocolate chips; let stand 20 seconds Snread chocolat over candy. Cool; break into pieces. YIELD: 1 pound. Lynda Betz Lincoln Mutual Bank mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm mm Julekake [Norwegian Christmas Bread] 2 C, miik,%eatded  C. shortening C. sugar 1 tsp salt l tsp. cinnamon ,4 tsp. cardamon seed, crushed 2 pkg. dry yeast 4 C. lukewarm water 2 eggs, beaten 4 C. flour ! C. white raisins i C. shredded citron t C. candied cherries, chopped 4 C. flour Combine milk, shortening, sugar, salt and spices; cool to lukewarm. Add yeast softened in lukewarm water. Add eggs and mix well. Blend in 4 cups flour. Add fruit and remaining flour. Let rise until double in bulk. Punch down and knead lightly. Form into 2 round loaves or braids. Let rise until double. Bake in 350 degrees oven for 45 minutes. Makes 2 loaves. Rainier National Medical Lake llmmmmmmnmm mmmlmmllmllmmmm ll mmm Wassail 6 C. apple cider or juice I teaspoon grated lemon peel I cinnamon stick I can [16 ounces] unsweetened V4 teaspoon nutmeg pineapple juice [24 cups] t/4 C. honey Orange Stars [below] 3 tablespoons lemon juice Cinna men sticks In large saucepan, heat cider and one cinnamon stick to boiling; reduce heat. Cover; simmer 5 minutes. Uncover; stir in remaining ingredients except Orange Stars and cinnamon sticks and simmer 5 minutes longer. Serve in punch bowl; float Orange Stars in bowl. Use cinnamon sticks as individual stirrers. 16 servings [about I/2 cup each]. Orange Stars: Cut an orange into V4-inch slices. Insert 5 whole cloves at equal tervals in edge of each slice. Cut out a wedge of peel and pulp between each 2 cl0ves. Floating Cloyed Oranges can be used instead of Orange Stars: Heat , oven to 325 degrees. Insert whole cloves about % inch apart in 3 oranges. Place in baking pan with just enough water to cover bottom of pan. Bake uncovered 30 , minutes. These oranges can be baked a day ahead. Cover and refrigerate until ready to serve. : Rainier Bank Medical Lake mmmmmmmmmmm mmmmmmmmmmmm mmmmmm mmmm m m mm Stained-Glass Cookies 1 C. butter or margarine, softened l 2 cups confectioners' sugar I egg I teaspoon vanilla 5 food colors t/z teaspoon almond extract 2% cups Gold Medal Flour* I teaspoon soda I teaspoon cream of tartar Mix thoroughly butter, confectioners' sugar, egg and flavorings. Blend in flour, soda and cream of tartar. Divide dough in half; color portions of one half with food colors. Cover dough; chill 2 to 3 hours. Heat oven to 375 degrees. Roll plain half of dough 1/8 inch thick on lightly floured cloth-covered board. Cut with tree, star, ball or other decorative cookie cutters. Place on lightly greased baking sheet. Roll colored doughs; cut out different shapes to fit on top of each plain cookie shape. If you wish to hang the cookies on your Christmas tree, insert small piece of paper drinking straw through top of each cookie before baking. Bake 7 to 8 minutes or until golden brown on edges. About 2 dozen eookies. * If using self-rising flour, omit soda and cream of tartar. For brightly colored cookies, use paste food color, available in most specialty stores. Guest story teller Preschoolers heard from a special guest story teller in a red suit from the North Pole last Wednesday during the Story Time session at the Cheney Public Li brary. Of course, the jolly old elf (Pat O'Donell) read his favorite story, "The Night Before Christmas". Intently listen- ing, at right, is preschooler Jillian McLain. After handing out candy canes, Santa caught the bus for Spokane, where he had left his reindeer for a harness fitting. photos by Tom Thrun m mm m m mmmmnmmmnmmmmmmm mmm mm m m m mm mm m mm m mmm mm m Creamy Pineapple Pecan Salad I-lib [4 oz ] can Crushed Pineapple 1 - 3 oz pkg lime gelatin 2 - 3 oz pkg cream cheese [softened] 1 - C. finely chopped celery : ('. minced pimento I c. chopped pecans I C. lleavy cream whipped ]with little sugarl Drain syrup from pineapple, add enough water to make i cup liquid. Boil and pour over gelatin. Chill until slightly thickened. Add Creath cheese and blend with rotary beater. Add pineapple, pimento, celery and pecans. Fold in whipped <,ream, spoon into t-2 qt. mold. Chill until set and at serving time unmold on greens. Doris Lewis Sea first Bank Pre-Christmas Special on Site Manufacturer's Rebate *$20.00 on Challenger Automatic Garage Door Openers for 7', 8', 9' & 10' High Doors .$20.00 on all 8x7 & 9x7 Garage Doors $40.00 on 16x7 Garage Doors I I The Free Pres speciafizes in publishing public detailed service so that full requirements of publication Cheney Free Press- 235-6184 / Spokane Office Betty Patton N. 4108 Hawthorne, Spokane Phone 327.9759 NOTICE OF APPLICATION TO APPROPRIATE PUBLIC WATERS ta-}  ".qVsh i r,9 jo, L ]eporTmenT ot Ecology. TAKE NOTICE: That Cecil F. Osmond of Cheney, Washing- ton on November 12, 1982 under Application No. G3-27402 "flied for permit to appropriate public waters, subject to existing rights, from A Well in the amount of 18 gallons per minute each year, for continuous domestic supply and seasonal irrigation of three acres. The source of the proposed appropriation is located within Lot 3, Block 1 of Pinerock Ranchettes o Section 35, Township 24 N., Range 42E. W.M., in Spokane County. Protests or objections to approval of this app(ication must include a detailed state- ment of the basis for objections; protests must be accompanied by a two dollar [$2.00] recording fee-and-'fffed ,ftFi u "Dporimenf of Ecology, at the address shown below, within thirty [30] days from December 30, 1982. State of Washington DEPARTMENT OF ECOLOGY East 103 Indiana Spokane, Washington 99207 December 23-30, 1982 SUPERIOR SPOKANE In the ANDREW The pers, onal has been tire of the claims serve the same tive or the executed copy Court within 1982, the date notice, or of the filing of the Clerk of SUSAN A. Route 4, Ch, y, TURNER, By: HAROLD D. Attorneys [or W. 301 Indiana, Spokane, December 23, FOR ALL YOUR CHRI: NEEDS COME TO N STUFFED ANIMALS THAT SING CHRISTIAN SCRIPTURE CHRISTMAS CARDS "FULL SELECTION OF CHRISTIAN BOOKS JEWELRY, PLAQUES, DESK SETS, GAMES REGISTER FOR FREE DRA NOA H'S A RK 41 505 2nd 235-2655 CI Trumark Surplus A free press: Your key to freedom. E. 4020 Main, Spokane 535-3575 I |11 I III I lib I Subscribe Christmas Eve services St. Timothy's Episcopal Church N. 211 LeFevre Medical Lake 7:30 p.m. ;-." St. Paul's Episcopal Church 7th and C Streets Cheney 10:30 pm THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH WELCOMES YOU I I I I Rainier Bank ,,4&IaIiV4COUPON4k Medical Lake _ ' 9 i== '  We Make 'Em, You Bake 'Em @_  1113 First -- Cheney -- 235-5114 ' , 2 LARGE CANADIAN BACON .= AND PINEAPPLE PIZZAS for $9.75 WITH COUPON P 4 HOLIDAY HOURS: 4 Dec. 24 11 a,m.-7 p.m. Dec. 31 11 a.m..7 p.m.  CLOSEDDEC. 25 CLOSED JAN. 1  COUPON EXPIRES DEC. 31, 1952 ' i! MONEY NARKET YIELDS Farmers & Merchants Bank can now offer a high yielding money market account to our customers and their investment funds. This new warm-hearted service will enable you to do all your banking at one place, close to home, where you can watch your investments grow. 24 HOUR-A-DAY ACCESS Your Farmers & Merchants Bank Money Market Accouni funds are available to you at all times, day or night. 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