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A publication of Purdue University Cooperative Extension Service Hamilton County
2003 Pleasant Street Noblesville, IN 46060-3697 317-776-0854 October 2006
EXTENSION EDUCATORS Susan L. Peterson CFS County Extension Director
speterson@purdue.edu

Dear Extension Homemaker, It has been a busy summer! A huge thank you to the board and each of you for all your hard work during the fair. The days were long and hot, but appreciated by so many. The number of positive comments we received about the food and exhibits was amazing (Friday night chicken and noodles have become a tradition for many families). As we enter into our new year, we encourage your participation in programs (the September lessons were well attended—THANKS!) and hope you will involve others in your Extension Homemaker Club! As many of you already know, Sue Morse has come back to work with us part-time. She is helping with the Holiday Ideas program book and working with various committees. We soon hope to introduce you to our new CFS Program Assistant, Lisa Cangany. Lisa will be starting work on October 30th. She looks forward to meeting you at Holiday Ideas. Your board has many exciting goals for the year — get involved. Happy Fall!!!

William C. Rice Ag/NR
billrice@purdue.edu

Kathleen J. Koch 4-H Youth Development
kkoch5@purdue.edu

PROGRAM ASSISTANTS Gloria Del Greco Program Assistant, Family Nutrition Program
gdelgrec@purdue.edu

Program Assistant, CFS

Lisa Hanni Program Assistant, Ag/NR & 4-H Youth
lahanni@purdue.edu

Susan L. Peterson County Extension Director Extension Educator, CFS

SUPPORT STAFF Marilyn Leonard Office Manager/Secretary
mleonard@purdue.edu

Janet Hadley Secretary/Bookkeeper
hadley@purdue.edu

Maggie Ogle Marketing/Communications Coordinator/Secretary
ogleme@purdue.edu

Mimi Stevenson Receptionist/Secretary
mrsteven@purdue.edu

MyPyramid Steps to a Healthier You

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MyPyramid Tells You Exact Amounts

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This & That
Stain Removal
Are your kids in fall sports? Are you finding fall gardening to be messy? You might find it hard to get the stains out of clothing. Here is a guide from the Soap and Detergent Association to help you remove these stains. Grass: Pretreat or presoak using a liquid laundry detergent or prewash stain remover. Then launder in the hottest water that’s safe for the fabric. If the stain persists, launder again using chlorine or oxygen bleach — whichever is safe for the fabric. Mud and Dirt: Let the mud dry completely and brush off as much as possible. Pretreat with liquid laundry detergent, a liquid detergent booster or a paste of powder detergent and water. Launder. For heavy stains, pretreat or presoak with a detergent or a presoak product before laundering, using the hottest water that’s safe for the fabric. Pollen: Gently shake the item to remove as much pollen as you can, then use the sticky side of a piece of tape to lift off the rest. Pretreat with a prewash stain remover. Launder using chlorine or oxygen bleach.

Tips For Safe Online Shopping
* * * * * * * Know the person or business you are dealing with. Know what you are buying and how much it costs. Make sure your transaction is secure. Understand your payment options. Understand the seller’s policies. Keep a record of your purchase. Protect your privacy.

2003 PLEASANT STREET NOBLESVILLE, INDIANA 46060 317.776.0854 (FAX) 317.776.9892 www.ces.purdue.edu/hamilton/ PURDUE UNIVERSITY, INDIANA COUNTIES AND U.S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE COOPERATING IT IS THE POLICY OF THE PURDUE COOPERATIVE EXTENSION SERVICE, DAVID C. PETRITZ, DIRECTOR, THAT ALL PERSONS SHALL HAVE EQUAL OPPORTUNITY AND ACCESS TO THE PROGRAMS AND FACILITIES WITHOUT REGARD TO RACE, COLOR, SEX, RELIGION, NATIONAL ORIGIN, AGE, MARITAL STAUS, PARENTAL STATUS, SEXUAL ORIENTATION, OR DISABILITY. PURDUE UNIVERSITY IS AN AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER.

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This & That (Continued)

Are You Ready? — Assembling a Basic Disaster Supplies Kit
The following items are recommended for inclusion in your basic disaster supplies kit: * * * * * * * * * * * * Three-day supply of non-perishable food. Three-day supply of water—one gallon of water per person, per day. Portable, battery-powered radio or television and extra batteries. First aid kit and manual. Sanitation and hygiene items (moist towellettes and toilet paper). Matches and waterproof container. Whistle. Extra Clothing. Kitchen accessories and cooking utensils, including a can opener. Photocopies of credit and identification cards. Cash and coins. Special needs items, such as prescription medications, eye glasses, contact lens solutions, and hearing aid batteries. Items for infants, such as formula, diapers, bottles, and pacifiers. Other items to meet your unique family needs. Maintaining Your Disaster Supplies Kit Just as important as putting your supplies together is maintaining them so they are safe to use when needed. Here are some tips to keep your supplies ready and in good condition: * * Keep canned foods in a dry place where the temperature is cool. Store boxed food in tightly closed plastic or metal containers to protect from pests and to extend its shelf life. Throw out any canned good that becomes swollen, dented, or corroded. Use foods before they go bad, and replace them with fresh supplies. Place new items at the back of the storage area and older ones in the front. Change stored food and water supplies every six months. Be sure to write the date you store it on all containers. Re-think your needs every year and update your kit as your family needs change. Keep items in airtight plastic bags and put your entire disaster supplies kit in one or two easy-to-carry containers, such as an unused trashcan, camping backpack, or duffel bag.

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If you live in a cold climate, you must think about warmth. It is possible that you will not have heat. Think about your clothing and bedding supplies. Be sure to include one complete change of clothing and shoes per person, including: * * * * * * Jacket or coat. Long pants. Long sleeve shirt. Sturdy shoes. Hat, mittens, and scarf. Sleeping bag or warm blanket (per person).

For more information, visit http://eden.lsu.edu/NPM/default,aspx

Be sure to account for growing children and other family changes. You may want to add some of the items listed to your basic disaster supplies kit depending on the specific needs of your family.

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Calling All Parents September 2006

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Calling All Parents September 2006

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Extension Homemaker News

Achievement Day Awards

New Members
New Member Kirby Gray Karen Cross Peg Squire Joan Burress Cory Bracey Lea Foley April Owens Michael Ann Shane Jane Wallace Mary Patterson Bernice Reel Phyllis Martino Club East Wayne Fall Creek Home Arts Fall Creek Home Arts Foods & Fashion Friendship Circle Friendship Circle Friendship Circle Friendship Circle Harbourites Monte Ray Monte Ray North Adams Brought By Martha DeHart Judy Carson Barbara Street Frances King Stacy Shultz Mary Kay Schade Stacy Shultz Stacy Shultz Norma Minion Flora Richard Marilyn Webb Anita Billingsley

2006-2007 Officers Installed President Vice President Achievement Secretary Assistant Secretary Treasurer Assistant Treasurer Recorder Public Relations Chair Education Focus Chair Education Focus Co-Chair Leadership Focus Chair Volunteer Community Support Ex-Officio Frances King Stacy Shultz Sharon Parker Judy Carson Barbara Lawson Harriet Wise Sue Picket Pat Lang Pat Lang Helen Musselman Martha DeHart Phyllis Baade Barbara Lawson Foods & Fashion Friendship Circle Harbourites Fall Creek Home Arts Profit & Pleasure Profit & Pleasure Roaring 20’s Fall Creek Home Arts Fall Creek Home Arts East Wayne East Wayne Foods & Fashion Profit & Pleasure

50 Year Club
Foods & Fashion (1956)

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Achievement Day (Continued)

Honor Clubs
Congratulations to the Honor Clubs who completed all the requirements of Achievement. East Wayne Foods & Fashion Monte Ray Thrifty 39’ers Fall Creek Home Arts Friendly Eagles Roaring 20’s

Perfect Attendance
East Wayne Bernice Hoover Sarah Lou Jennings Vera Morgan Wilma Wilson Jean Zeller Foods & Fashion Phyllis Baade Pat Siegman Friendly Eagles Gloria Del Greco Dottsie Grins Phyllis Stackhouse Harbourites Marian Crimans Sally Sauer North Adams Marilyn Adams Anita Billingsley Chris Harbaugh Wilma Pearson Clista Wallace Profit & Pleasure Wanetta Edgerly Phyllis Mendenhall Barbara Lawson Roaring 20’s Dottie Knapp Sydney Pontius Carol Seeley Thrifty 39’ers Florence Fraze Shirley Frazee Pat Paskins

In Loving Memory of our friends whom we will miss…………………. Rosamond Beck Mary Kay Harbaugh Sue Nelson Dorothy Billingsley Sarah Lawson Janet Sheets

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Letter From Frances

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2006 Adult Food and Craft Open Show Results FOODS
Grand Champion – Alice Rulon (Royal Coconut Layer Cake) Reserve Grand Champion – Helen Musselman (Pecan Pie) Champions Bread – Joyce Wiggins (Zucchini/Carrot Bread) Cake– Alice Rulon (Royal Coconut Layer Cake) Cookie – Deb Knapp (Maple Butterscotch Brownies) Pie – Helen Musselman (Pecan Pie) Candy – Janet Macy (Butter Toffee) Reserve Champions Bread – Joe Heffelmire (Yeast Rolls) Cake – Russ Wagoner (Live Oak Legend Orange-Almond Pound Cake) Cookie – Darla Cumberledge (Chocolate Crinkles) Pie – Joe Heffelmire (Sweet Potato Pecan (Open-Face)) Candy – Delores Cooper (Candy Truffles) Bread Division Blue Ribbons: Joyce Wiggins, Joe Heffelmire, Barbara Lawson Red Ribbons: Melanie Kelly, Deb Mills Cake Division Blue Ribbons: Janet Macy, Russ Wagoner, Alice Rulon, Toni Lawhorn, Deb Mills Cookie Division Blue Ribbons: Barbara Lawson, Toni Lawhorn, Delores Cooper, Deb Mills, Darla Cumberledge, Deb Knapp, Zebby Xavier, Erin Brown Pie Division Blue Ribbons: Joe Heffelmire, Melanie Kelly, Helen Musselman Red Ribbons: Erin Brown, Susan Kerns, Lyneen Burrow Jam & Jelly Division Blue Ribbons: Brad Burns Homemade Candy Division Blue Ribbons: Delores Cooper, Deb Mills, Janet Macy

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2006 Adult Food and Craft Open Show Results CRAFTS
Grand Champion Creative Ideas Division – Karen Olinger (Genealogy Scrapbook) Reserve Grand Champion Painting and Photography – Alice Rulon (Painting)

Champions
Needlecraft Division Crochet– None Knitting – Zebby Xavier (Birdnest Hat) Cross Stitch – Judy Moon (Little Star) Cross Stitch—Kim Demaree (Little Witch) Embroidery – Jamie Rulon (Lap Quilt) Miscellaneous Needlecraft—Carol Demaree (Needlepunch Picture) Quilt and Sewing Division Long Arm Machine Quilting – Bernadette Olson (Big or Small—All Boys Love Trains) Sewing Machine Quilting-Harriet Wise (Toaster Toes Quilt) Handmade Quilting—Georgia Roberts (Green/Pink Crib Quilt) Other Quilting—Libby Chaffee (Erin’s Dragonfly) Creative Ideas Wearable Art – Bernadette Olson (Missing Rock Ranch Jacket & Scarf) Scrapbooking – Karen Olinger (Genealogy Scrapbook) Miscellaneous Crafts – Lyneen Burrow (Snowman Gourd) Painting & Photography Painting – Alice Rulon Drawing – Pat Lamkin (Pencil—Farmhouse of the Past) Photography – Chip Lugar (Spring Thaw) Craftsman Division Basketmaking – Cindy Ogle (Red,White & Blue Land That I Love) Miscellaneous Craftsman – Barbara Weitendorf (Stained Glass) Reserve Champions Needlecraft Division Knitting – Lyneen Burrow (Scarf) Cross-stitch – Wanetta Edgerly (Noah’s Ark Wall Hanging) Embroidery—Lyneen Burrow (Flowers) Miscellaneous—Lyneen Burrow (Snowman Pennyrug) Quilt and Sewing Division Handmade Quilting – Trudyanne Pursell (Bed Quilt) Other—Harriet Wise (Quillo) Creative Ideas Division Scrapbooking – Barbara Hayes (Alaska Scrapbook) Miscellaneous Crafts – Jamie Rulon (Necklace) Painting and Photography Photography – Mary Kaye Wells (Celtic Cross) Craftsman Division Basketmaking – Joyce Wiggins (Pine Needle Basket)
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Needlecraft Ribbon Awards
Crocheting Blue Ribbons – Joyce Wiggins, Glenna Hurlock, Toni Lawhorn, Phyllis Jones, Brenda Garrod Knitting Blue Ribbons – Zebby Xavier, Lyneen Burrow Cross Stitch Blue Ribbons – Judy Moon, Lyneen Burrow, Glenna Hurlock, Kim Demaree, Carol Demaree, Wanetta Edgerly Embroidery Blue Ribbons — Lyneen Burrow, Jamie Rulon Miscellaneous Blue Ribbons — Sue Pickett, Lyneen Burrow, Carol Demaree, Harriet Wise

Quilt & Sewing
Long Arm Quilting Blue Ribbons – Bernadette Olson Machine Made Quilts Blue Ribbons – Harriet Wise Red Ribbons — Lyneen Burrow, Michelle Shaffer Handmade Quilts Blue Ribbons – Trudyanne Pursell, Georgia Roberts, Karen Olinger Other (Wall Hangings, etc.) Blue Ribbons — Libby Chaffee, Harriet Wise Red Ribbons — Lyneen Burrow

Creative Ideas
Wearable Art Blue Ribbons – Bernadette Olson Scrapbooks Blue Ribbons – Darla Cumberledge, Karen Olinger, Barbara Hayes, Laurie Hayes, Felicia Downton Miscellaneous Crafts Blue Ribbons– Bernadette Olson, Lyneen Burrow, Libby Chaffee, Jamie Rulon Red Ribbons — Michelle Shaffer Painting & Photography Blue Ribbons – Betty Lou Quear, Anita Dell, Judith Cain, Anita Dell, Alice Rulon, Pat Lamkin, Zebby Xavier, Chip Lugan, Mary Kaye Wells, Leanna VanVoorst Red Ribbons — Pat Lamkin, Mary Kaye Wells

Craftsman Division
Basketmaking Blue Ribbons – Joyce Wiggins, Cindy Ogle Micellaneous Craftsman Blue Ribbons – Barbara Weitendorf, Libby Chaffee, Beth Minnick Red Ribbons — Karen Olinger

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2006 Adult Extension Homemaker Fashion Show Results
Grand Champion: Amber Latta, Carmel (Evening Dress) Reserve Grand Champion: Joyce Musselman Wiggins, Noblesville (Dresses) State Competition Champion—Division I—Evening Dress Blue Ribbons—Amber Latta, Carmel County Competition Champions: Division II—Sewing for Others Division III—Dresses Division VI—Consumer Clothing Amber Latta, Carmel

Judy Moon & Morgan, Westfield Joyce Musselman Wiggins, Noblesville Helen Musselman, Noblesville

Hamilton County Fair 2006 Adult Open Flower Show Results
Extension Homemaker Club Awards
Horticulture & Houseplants Grand Champion – Aromeg Reserve Grand Champion—North Adams Artistic Grand Champion - East Wayne Reserve Grand Champion – Harbourites

Non-Member Open Show
Grand Champion Houseplant—No Champion Reserve Grand Champion—No Champion

Horticulture Champions
Gladioli – Friendly Eagles Rose – North Adams Dahlia – Silvernotes Zinnia – East Wayne Marigold – Friendly Eagles Sunflowers – Silvernotes Three Varieties of Bloom – North Adams Shrub Flowers – Harbourites Lilies – No Champion Houseplant, planter – Friendly Eagles African Violet, blooming - Aromeg

Artistic Champions
Tiny Treasures – East Wayne Good Ole Summer Time – Harbourites Mid-Summer Night – North Adams Golden Harvest – Harbourites Happy Holidays – North Adams As Time Goes By – Aromeg

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Horticulture
Gladioli Blue Ribbons: Aromeg, East Wayne, Friendly Eagles, Harbourites, North Adams Red Ribbons: Roaring 20’s, Silvernotes White Ribbons: None Rose Blue Ribbons: Friendly Eagles, Harbourites, North Adams Red Ribbons: East Wayne, North Adams, Roaring 20’s White Ribbons: None Dahlia Blue Ribbons: Friendly Eagles, Harbourites, North Adams, Silvernotes Red Ribbons: Aromeg, East Wayne, Roaring 20’s, Silvernotes White Ribbons: None Zinnia Blue Ribbons: East Wayne Red Ribbons: Aromeg, Friendly Eagles, Harbourites, North Adams, Roaring 20’s, Silvernotes White Ribbons: None Marigold Blue Ribbons: Aromeg, East Wayne, Friendly Eagles, Harbourites, Roaring 20’s, Silvernotes Red Ribbons: Aromeg, East Wayne, North Adams White Ribbons: None Sunflowers Blue Ribbons: Aromeg, North Adams, Roaring 20’s, Silvernotes Red Ribbons: East Wayne, North Adams White Ribbons: None Three varieties Blue Ribbons: Aromeg, Friendly Eagles, North Adams, Silvernotes Red Ribbons: East Wayne, Harbourites White Ribbons: None Shrub Flowers Blue Ribbons: East Wayne, Friendly Eagles, Harbourites, North Adams, Roaring 20’s Red Ribbons: None White Ribbons: None Lilies Blue Ribbons: East Wayne, Friendly Eagles, North Adams, Roaring 20’s, Silvernotes Red Ribbons: None White Ribbons: None

Houseplants
Houseplant not blooming Blue Ribbons: Aromeg, East Wayne Red Ribbons: None Whjite Ribbons: None Planter Blue Ribbons: Friendly Eagles Red Ribbons: None White Ribbons: None Violet-Blooming Blue Ribbons: Aromeg, East Wayne, Harbourites, North Adams Red Ribbons: None White Ribbons: None Violet-not blooming Blue Ribbons: Aromeg, Harbourites Red Ribbons: None White Ribbons: None
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Artistic Divisions Tiny Treasures Blue Ribbons: East Wayne, North Adams Red Ribbons: Friendly Eagles, Harbourites, Profit & Pleasure, Roaring 20’s White Ribbons: Aromeg Good Ole Summer Time Blue Ribbons: Aromeg, East Wayne, Harbourites, North Adams, Roaring 20’s Red Ribbons: Friendly Eagles White Ribbons: Profit & Pleasure Mid-Summer Night Blue Ribbons: Harbourites, North Adams Red Ribbons: Aromeg, East Wayne, Friendly Eagles, Roaring 20’s Golden Harvest Blue Ribbons: Aromeg, East Wayne, Friendly Eagles, Harbourites, Profit & Pleasure Red Ribbons: North Adams Happy Holidays Blue Ribbons: North Adams Red Ribbons: Aromeg White Ribbons: Friendly Eagles As Time Goes By Blue Ribbons: Aromeg, Friendly Eagles, Harbourites Red Ribbons: North Adams, Profit & Pleasure

Non-Member Open Show Dawn Hammon, Gladioli, red ribbon Melissa Zuber, Good Ole Summertime, red ribbon

Fair Kitchen Report
The profit from the 2006 4-H Fair is $4,116.70. This is $2754.07 less than last year. There are several reasons. Because of the lack of volunteers, we gave up the pre-fair. In doing this, we also gave up some income. We were very short on volunteers the entire fair. The girls that work for us did a terrific job and filled in wherever needed. They arrived at 7:00 a.m. and didn’t leave until 8:30—9:00 p.m. (whenever we were finished). Because of this, they were given a bonus. We DO want them back next year. Clean-up day—there were only 2 homemakers there. Our 4 girls are paid $50.00 extra for this day and they did earn their money that day. This is our only money making project and we do need to support it.

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2006 Extension Homemakers Open Show Recipes
Royal Coconut Layer Cake
Grand Champion — submitted by Alice Rulon 2 1/4 cups cake flour, sifted 1 large egg plus 5 large egg whites 3/4 cup cream of coconut 1/4 cup water 1 teaspoon coconut extract 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 1 cup sugar 1 Tablespoon baking powder 3/4 teaspoon salt 12 Tablespoons (1 1/2 stick) unsalted butter —soft yet cool (Cut into 12 pieces)

Beat eggs with fork to combine. Add cream of coconut, water, coconut extract, and vanilla and beat with fork until thoroughly combined. Mix flour, sugar, baking powder and salt in mixer and combine 30 seconds. Add butter, one piece at a time until mixture resembles coarse meal. Add 1 cup egg mixture to flour (medium high) for 45 seconds. Add remaining 1 cup. Stop mixer and scrape down sides of bowl, then beat 15 seconds. Divide batter into 2 eight (8”) inch round cake pans, greased and dusted with flour. Bake at 325o for 20 minutes, then rotate, and bake 10 minutes until toothpick comes out clean. Cool on racks for 10 minutes, loosen and invert cakes onto rack until cool at room temperature. While cake is cooling, spread 2 cups packed sweetened shredded coconut on a rimmed baking sheet; toast in oven (325o) until shreds are a mixture of golden brown and white (15-20 minutes). Stir 2 or 3 times—Cool and set aside. Frosting 4 large egg whites 1 cup sugar Pinch salt 1 pound unsalted butter (soft but still cool, cut into 6 pieces) 1/4 cup cream of coconut 1 teaspoon coconut extract 1 teaspoon vanilla extract

Combine egg whites, sugar and salt in bowl; set bowl over 1 1/2” simmering water. Beat with electric handheld mixer until mixture stands in peaks. Remove from heat; add butter, cream of coconut, coconut extract and vanilla extract. Continue beating until frosting is firm enough to hold when spread on cake. Frost cake. Sprinkle immediately with grated toasted coconut, pressing coconut onto sides of cake with hands.

Pecan Pie
Reserve Grand Champion—submitted by Helen Musselman Crust 2 cups flour 1/2 teaspoon salt 1 cup shortening 1/2 cup ice water Mix and roll out for pie shell. Mix and put in pie shell Bake at 350o for 40-50 minutes.
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Filling 3 eggs, slightly beaten 1 cup dark Karo 1 cup sugar 2 Tablespoons butter 1 cup pecans

2006 Extension Homemakers Open Show Recipes (Continued)
“Live Oak Legend” Orange-Almond Pound Cake
Champion Cake—submitted by Russell Wagoner (This was his Grandmother Delegal’s recipe) 3 cups sugar 3 cups flour 3 sticks butter 1 teaspoon baking powder 1/2 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon orange extract 1 teaspoon almond extract 1 cup milk 4, 5, or 6 eggs (to equal 1 cup)

Mix all together on medium speed. Beat on high for 3 minutes. Bake in lightly greased bundt pan for one hour, 10 minutes at 325o.

Butter Toffee
Champion Candy—submitted by Janet Macy 2 cups butter 2 cups sugar 2 Tablespoons light corn syrup 6 Tablespoons water 1 cup pecans 1 cup chocolate chips Line an 11 x 15 inch baking sheet with foil. Sprinkle chocolate and nuts evenly. In saucepan, melt butter. Add sugar, corn syrup and water. Cook and stir over medium-high heat to boiling. Cook and stir until candy thermometer reaches 310o. Remove from heat and pour over nuts and chips. Let cool. Break into pieces.

Truffles
Reserve Champion Candy—submitted by Delores Cooper 1/2 cup evaporated milk 1/4 cup sugar 2 teaspoons instant coffee granules 1 Tablespoon hot water 2 cups (12 oz.) semisweet chocolate or white baking chips 1/2 cup chopped toasted almonds or pecans In a saucepan, combine milk and sugar; heat until mixture comes to rolling boil. Boil for 3 minutes, stirring constantly; remove from heat. In a cup dissolve coffee in hot water; add to mixture with chips. Stir until melted. Smooth, cover and chill for 1 hour. Shape into 1 inch balls and roll in almonds. Place on cookie sheet. Cover and chill for 2 hours or until firm.

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2006 Extension Homemakers Open Show Recipes (Continued)
Maple Butterscotch Brownies
Champion Cookie—submitted by Debbie Knapp 3 cups packed brown sugar 1 cup butter, melted 1 Tablespoon maple flavoring 4 eggs 3 cups unbleached all purpose flour 2 teaspoons baking powder 1 1/2 cup chopped walnuts Confectioner’s sugar—optional Mix all ingredients.

Chocolate Crinkles
Reserve Champion Cookie—submitted by Darla Cumberledge 2 cups granulated sugar 1/2 cup vegetable oil 2 teaspoons vanilla 4 ounces unsweetened baking chocolate, melted and cooled 4 large eggs 2 cups all purpose flour 2 teaspoons baking powder 1/2 teaspoon salt 1 cup powdered sugar

Mix granulated sugar, oil, vanilla and chocolate in large bowl. Mix in eggs, one at a time. Stir in flour, baking powder and salt. Cover and refrigerate at least 3 hours. Heal oven to 350o. Grease cookie sheet with shortening; drop dough by teaspoonfuls into powdered sugar; roll around to coat. Shape into balls. Place about 2 inches apart. Bake 10-12 minutes. Remove from cookie sheet. Cool. Makes six (6) dozen cookies.

Zucchini Carrot Bread
Champion Bread—submitted by Joyce Wiggins 3 eggs 2 cups sugar 2 cups shredded zucchini 1 carrot shredded 1 cup oil 2 Tablespoons pumpkin pie spice 2 Tablespoons cinnamon 1 Tablespoon vanilla 3 cups flour 1 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon soda 1 teaspoon baking powder 1 cup raisins

Mix well and pour into 2 greased loaf pans. Bake at 350o for 70 minutes. Makes 2 loaves.

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2006 Extension Homemakers Open Show Recipes (Continued)
Crescent Rolls
Reserve Champion Bread—submitted by Joe Heffelmire 1 pkg. dry yeast 1 cup warm water 3 eggs, beaten 1/2 cup melted butter 5 cups flour 1 teaspoon salt 1/2 cup sugar

Calendar

October 16-21 November 2

IEHA Week Holiday Ideas 7:00 p.m.

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HOLIDAY IDEAS
Theme: Celebrating Holidays Through The Year
Sponsored by Hamilton County Extension Homemakers November 2, 2006 Hamilton County Exhibition Center 2003 Pleasant Street, Noblesville 6:30 p.m. Doors open to set up displays Socialize and visit displays 7:00 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:45 p.m. Introductions, Pledges, and Prayer Catered Tasting Buffet Program A Quilted Christmas
Ruthann Fennell—Fennell Artworks

Hats For the Holidays
Rebecca Mannon Club Displays Music by Phyllis Davis Vendor Tables

Call 317-776-0854 by October 27 to register. $7.25 includes catered food and holiday book

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RETURN form by October 9 to the Extension Office HOLIDAY IDEAS 2006
Theme: Celebrating a Year of Holidays We will be celebrating more than Christmas this year!

Club Name______________________________________________________
(Please check the items below to indicate how you wish to participate.)

_______Holiday Book—Help make our holiday book special by contributing decorating ideas or gift

patterns, recipes, poems, family or children’s activities or games. Please bring these or send them to the office by October 9. Send in your favorite holiday recipes, company recipes, club recipes or family fun activities. Include traditional dishes your family expects and new recipes you’ve come to use over and over.

_______Holiday Displays—We would like each club to decorate 1/2 a table to represent a holiday. Include decorations, games, activities, food, etc.

_______Show You Care, Something To Give—Food pantries are in dire need of food. Please bring non-perishable foods for Third Phase, which helps supply other food pantries and trustee clients.

_______Sales Table—Clubs may opt to have a sales table. Please indicate how many tables you will need. We need to know this by October 9.

Tips for Turning in your Holiday Ideas Recipes
⇒ All recipes should be typed or neatly printed. ⇒ Use a full 8 1/2 x 11 inch sheet of paper. Scrap paper, post-its, small notes,

cards, etc. can easily become lost in the shuffle.
⇒ Turn in recipes sooner rather than later. ⇒ Include measurements for the ingredients. Even if you don’t use measure-

ments, estimate ⇒ Be sure to include instructions, including the order to combine ingredients, baking temperature, and baking or refrigeration time.

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HOLIDAY IDEAS REGISTRATION Holiday Ideas November 2, 2006

Due October 27
Doors open 6:00 p.m. Name(s) _______________________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Please enclose $7.25 for the evening. Catered food and a holiday book are included. This will be the entry registration for everyone.

Please make checks payable to: Hamilton County Extension Homemakers. Send this form and checks to : Purdue Extension Service 2003 Pleasant Street Noblesville, IN 46060-3697

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4-H Poin-

Junior Leader settia Sale

In an effort to continue offering the community service activities we have always hosted (i.e., community Halloween Party, community Easter Egg Hunt, funding scholarships, and donating to local service agencies) the Hamilton County 4-H Junior Leaders will be selling poinsettias. The poinsettias are produced locally by Heartland Growers in Westfield, Indiana. Each plant is guaranteed to have at least 5 bloom stems and stand 14” to 16” tall in a 6 inch pot. Again this year you have the choice of red, white, or pink poinsettias!! The poinsettias make great gifts and sell for the exceptionally low price of $6 each. An order form is attached. You may mail or drop off the order form at the Extension Office, fax it to the office at 317-776-9892, or call the office at 317-776-0854 to place an order. Orders must be received by October 20, 2006! The poinsettias must be picked up at the Winks Building on the 4-H Grounds in Noblesville on November 20th from 3:30-6:30 pm. Payment will be collected when you pick up your poinsettias. All plants not picked up by 6:30 pm will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis. Please don’t miss this opportunity to support the Hamilton County 4-H Junior Leaders and provide a beautiful holiday decoration for your home or business! Feel free to share this with a friend, neighbor, church, or favorite business!
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2006 Hamilton County 4-H Junior Leader Poinsettia Sale
order form $6 per plant
14-16 inch plants in 6 inch pots
(Please print)

Guaranteed 5 bloom stems

Name _________________________________________________ Phone Number_________________________ Address ______________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________________

Return to:
Number of Red Plants Ordered = ____________________ Number of Pink Plants Ordered = _____________________ Number of White Plants Ordered= ____________________ Total Number of Plants Ordered = ___________________ Total Number Ordered x $6.00 = $___________________ Total Amount Due Purdue Extension Hamilton County 2003 East Pleasant Street Noblesville, IN 46060-3697 Fax: 317-776-9892 Phone: 317-776-0854

Make checks payable to: Hamilton County 4-H Junior Leaders. Payment is due when you pick up your plants. Plants will be available for pick up on November 20th at the Winks Building on the 4-H Grounds, 3:30 – 6:30 pm. Plants not picked up by 6:30 pm will be sold.

Orders due by October 20, 2006
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