1 Here's who the stork's delivered , f i t dM 3 J t ; Recent births as reported to the Tivks News t i w- Son, born November 23, 1978 to Alvin and Mary Ellen Jarrett of Glendale, Arizona. His name is Michael Scott - k 4 Cooks' corner Do you have a particular recipe you really like? Share it with others in our Cooks Comer column. Send the recipe to: Cooks' Corner are: s The P. 0. Box 77 Nephi, Utah 84648 Timf.s-New- Jarrett. Grandparents ! are Mr. and Mrs. Dee O. and Mrs. G. M. of Levan. are R. R. Jarrett of Nephi and Mrs. Katie Memmott of Wor-woo- d ts one-hsd- z. Scipio. Daughter, born Little League No- orange or other frozen or crushed fruits. margarine or butter 2 cups powdered sugar 'i cups (or more) dry set (or more) crushed corn flake crumbs. Stir together juice and p sugar. Add softened margarine and mix until smooth. Add milk a little at a time until mixture is stiff enough to shape into small balls. Roll in cornflake crumbs, chopped nuts, or coconut. Makes about 40 balls. wrestling vember 29, 1978 to HowKae Little League WrestlNewton of ard and Mona. She will named ing will open its annual Alesha. Grandparents Winter program soon. So Walnuts are Mrs Alice Newton of says Dennis Truscott, Boil 1 cup sugar, 1 Mona and Mr. and Mrs. president of the wrestlteaspoon salt, 2 teasLeo Cloward of Moroni. ing organization. cinnamon, The program is open to poons are nutmeg, from all the fourth boys Mrs. Hilda Newton of and cloves, Mona, Mr. and Mrs. through the eighth 236 water to Dudley Rowe of Mt. grades. degrees on candy therThe purpose of the Fleasant, and Mrs. Velmometer. Remove from to according ma Hansen of Ogden. is to Truscott, prepare heat and add 2 cups for the boys wrestling walnut halves. Stir until Son, born November program in the high creamy. Turn out on 28 to DeRay and Chrisschool and to teach waxed paper; separate tine Shaw Sudweeks of sportsmanship. walnuts, using two forks. Salt Lake City. He will There is no cost to the be named Phillip Dean boys for the program. Martha Jospersons JBudweeks. Grandparents The organization will furPioneer Candy are Mr. and Mrs. Ray- nish all uniforms and 1 pound raisins mond Sudweeks and Mr. supplies. Program spon8 ounches figs and Mrs. Dean Shaw, all sors are the Nephi 8 ounces dates of Nephi. 1 Jaycees, the Nephi Nebo cup stoned prunes are Mrs. Cleo Posse, and Rays Cafe. of one orange Juice Christiansen of Ft. The tournament at the of Rind one orange Green and Mrs. Ruth end of the season is spon1 cup English walnuts, Hansen of Nephi. sored by NRP, Inc. broken Grind together the Son, born November fruits and rind of orange; 29 to Jerry and Connie Taco, Monday blend wrell with orange Sudweeks Mower of Pay-socorn, celery stick, He will be named juice and walnut meats. applesauce, sugar doughMower. Grant Shape into balls or into Kelly nut, milk. Mr. bars. Makes 24 bars. are flat ' Grandparents Tuesday Fish in batand Mrs. Raymond SudThese goodies should be ter, Chinese fried rice, weeks of Nephi and Mr. t The Times-New- s green peas, and Mrs. Clair Eugene roll with jelly, chilled Nephi, Utah Mower of Springville. peaches, peanut butter Dec. 7, 1978 are cookie, milk. Clair Mower of American Chili, Wednesday Fork and Mrs. Ruth French salad, green Hansen of Nephi. bread, pears, cake, milk. Thursday Turkey on a bun, French fries, spinach, gelatin salad, cookie, milk. Hot dog on a Friday bun, tator tots, apple wedge, pineapple short Spicey-Sugare- Sandra Dansie, Kay Rasmussen Great-grandparen- Sandra Dansie Kay Rasmussen to wed j, . Mr. and Mrs. LaMonte Dansie announce the ried December 15, 1978 in the Provo LDS Tem- Lunch menu Dixie College and graduated from Utah Technical College at Pro- A but-terre- d n. vo. Rasmussen graduated from Payson High School, the Payson LDS Stake seminary and from whole-whea- the Denver Automotive and Diesel College. They will make their home in Spanish Fork where both are Sherlyn Spendlove Couple will marry ts Great-grandparen- e j 4 Great-grandparen- Weather December 6 NEPHI WEATHER The couple will be Lumber Co. NephiNorth Ut West 200 - -- 623-0147 Nephi, Your Ace Hardware Dealer SANTA WILL BE IN OUR "TOYLAND THIS SATURDAY FROM 2 P.M. TO 6 P. M. Come in and register for our Free drawing to be held this Saturday at 5 p.m. for $100.00 in merchandise. Tickets will be given out Thur. thru Saturday. No purchase required Winner need not be present to win Children under 16 must be accompied by adults to receive tickets ft ....... 1 Black and FOR HIM Decker Circular Saw FOR HIM. . . 1 Mr. Fit-I- t Fastener Warehouse FOR HER .... 1 Hamilton Beach Electric Knife, with tray FOR THE KIDS Payoff Machine Game ? lemon-bu- 656 North Main cake, milk. JOHN DEERE r-- 55 makes them exceptionally tasty and healthful canDipping these fruit dies in milk chocolate ttered E. C. Sherwood, reporter Mr. and Mrs. Ward M. Date High Low Prec. Spendlove of Cedar City Nov. 29 40 26 .27 mrounce the marriage of Nov. 30 48 29 .14 their daughter Sharlyn John Bert Chambers, of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Chambers of Nephi. d pro-gra- engagement and forth- ple. A reception will honor coming marraige of their Lee them that evening from to Sandra daughter 7 9 to of son p.m. in the East Kay Rasmussen, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Stake Center at 76 South Sixth East in Payson. Rasmussen of Elberta. The couple will be mar The public is invited to attend. t. Miss Dansie attended school in Mona and Nephi. She graduated from Juab High School and the Nephi LDS Stake t V seminary. She attended 4 4 juice milk Christmas Candies (from USU Extension News Letter) Fruit Frills 6 tablespoons or f of a can frozen Jarrett of Nephi and Mr. Great-grandparen- allowed to stand for 24 hours in order to ripen. Nephi, Utah 623-185- 0 WE WILL BEAT OE MEET K-MA-RT mar-Decemb- 16. An open house will be D'U for them December j from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Chambers home in Ne- The public is invited to horn as O. Durham dies in California ON THESE TOYS CHECK 1 j Trail Orton Thomas -- Fan-Cool- ed rbem, a former .it of Nephi, died number 23, 1978 at a wood, California mp:tal. . Durham was ' born Z3 "vf'miter 23, 1893 in rowan to Thomas G. Rosabel Orton Durham. He married Loji'.e Golden August 23, 1917 in the Manti l US Temple. He was a eduate of BYU and rvd in World War 1 , ..if re he was a captain in e First Battery of the Nst'onal Guard. After j release from the in 1919, he taught 'bool and was coach at N phi High School. He is ter served as a Vrt'-ranCounselor at University of Califorser-v.'.- e nia. Ihs wife died in 1961. is survived by three I hildren: Durham, Kent G. Lynwood, Ualornia: Doreen a-'- Machine resi- - AND COMPARE! BEFORE FIGHTING THE WEATHER AND THE CROWDS UP NORTH! Ken-jn- New traditional John Deere dependability and handling profile snow-huggin- g Its low and lean with scooped cowl f'ow ng nes and upswept seat Its the new breed of Deere the 1979 Tra exc-tm- !f ire is Tra-lhr- no ether sled mats ever worn the !eap rg deer decal A sot er low c&r'pr of grav,ty provdes tuo-'p- j ls down s'ab 'y cn tcbaks sw ch ass s A ' low-a.lc- y es r 'e-- 'y seel of ad 3-- e-- Durham, s '3 three g a n d c h il d r e n , hf rs. end one r '' d great five siller. d e financing, parts and service . Cr forr.ia. 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