Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current, April 09, 1981, Page TWELVE, Image 12

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    TWRIA'E-The Heppner Gaiette-Tlmes. Heppner. Oregon, Thursday. April 8. 1981
Wheathearts feature special make-ahead
Easter sweet breads
cookbook, "Oven Lovin'
Breads," available through
the Oregon Wheat Grower
League, P.O. Box 4(H), Pendle
ton, Oregon, 97801.
The cost of the cookbook is
$2.50, plus 50 cents for
postage. The Wheathearts,
affiliated with the Oregon
Wheat Growers League, pro
mote the use of wheat. The
A sw(Mt broad at the Easter
breakfast table is as tradition
al as Easter eggs or an Easter
ham.
Many m lions bake special
Easter breads. In Germany
and Austria, Easter bread is
made with milk, eggs and
raisins and baked in twisted or
braided loaves.
But breadmaking can be
time-consuming - and the
working woman or busy
mother doesn't always have
time on her hands as holidays
approach.
The Oregon Wheathearts
suggest Freezer Sweet Bread,
a make-ahead dough with
many variations, which can be
prepared, shaped and frozen
for up to four weeks before
baking.
On baking day, Freezer
Sweet Bread is thawed, allow
ed to rise and then baked.
Apricot Braid and Freezer
Braided Nut Roll are varia
tions of Freezer Sweet Bread
just right for Easter. Other
variations include Sticky
Buns, Orange Blossom Buns,
and Crumb Cake.
The recipes for Freezer
Sweet Bread and its variations
are from the Wheathearts
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growers League is a non-profit
group representing Oregon's
Co. vuvuliM
9.000 wheat farmers.
FREEZER SWEET BREAD
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5'2 to 6' c. unsifted flour
34 c. sugar
1 1. salt
3 pkgs. active dry yeast
c. (1 stick) margarine, soft.
1 c. very warm tap water
(120 - 130 F.)
3 eggs (at room temperature)
Prepare desired filling and-or crumb topping.
In a large bowl thoroughly mix m c. flour, sugar, salt, and
undissolved active dry yeast. Add margarine.
Gradually add tap water to dry ingredients and beat 2 min.
at medium speed of electric mixer, scraping bowl
occasionally. Add eggs and H c. flour. Beat at high speed 2
minutes, scraping bowl occasionally. Stir in enough
additional flour to make a soft dough. Turn out onto lightly
floured board; knead until smooth and elastic, about 8 to 10
minutes.
CF event co-chairman named
ORANGE BLOSSOM BUNS
A. Orange Sugar: Mix together 1 cup sugar and H cup
grated orange peel.
B. Prepare Freezer Sweet Bread: then divide dough into 3
equal pieces. Divide one piece into 8 equal pieces: form each
piece into a smooth ball. Dip into melted margarine, then
coat with 1-3 prepared orange sugar. Place in a greased
8-inch round cake pan. Cover pan tightly with plastic wrap,
then with aluminum foil: place in freezer. Repeat with
remaining pieces of dough and coating. Keep frozen up to 4
weeks.
Remove from freezer. Let stand covered loosely with
plastic wrap at room temperature until fully thawed, about 3
hours. Let rise in warm place, free from draft, until more
than doubled in bulk, about 2 hours and 15 minutes.
Bake at 350 egrees, 25 to 30 minutes, or until done. Remove
from pans and cool on wire racks. Makes 2 dozen buns.
Martha Munkers of Lexing
ton has been appointed co
chairman of a Cystic Fibrosis
Foundation fund-raising event
to occur in the Heppner-Lex-ington
area. She will be
assisting Bebe Munkers of
Heppner in this event, accord
ing to Charles Dibert, presi
dent of the Oregon Chapter of
theCystic Fibrosis Found
ation. In announcing the co-chairmanship
of this event, Mr.
Dibert said. "We hope many
residents of Lexington and
Heppner will volunteer their
time and talent to this
worthwhile propject. Cystic
fibrosis is the number one
genetic killer of children in
our country today, and these
children need our help."
One in every 1.800 American
children inherits this incur
able disease when they re
ceive a gene for CF from each
of their parents. It is estimat
ed that one out of every 20
Americans is a symptomless
and unknowing carrier of the
gene which can cause CF in
their child. Through research
funded by the Cystic Fibrosis
Foundation, a test to identify
carriers is being sought and
scientists are pursuing a cure
or control for cystic fibrosis.
The local event will help
support these research pro
grams, as well as medical
care presently provided at 128
cystic fibrosis centers located
throughout the United States.
These CF Centers specialize in
the diagnosis and care of
children with CF. In Oregon
there is one CF center located
at the University of Oregon
Health Science Center in
Portland.
Details and date of the
Cystic Fibrosis event will
appear in this newspaper in
the near future. Citizens of
Lexington wishing to volun
teer to help with the event can
call Martha Munkers. or the
Oregon chapter of the Cystic
Fibrosis foundation at
23M015.
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REAR TRACTOR TIRES
Deep penetrating lugs that fit all traction conditions $
ji; Offset lug bars for improved cleaning action
Tough, wide nylon crevice to deliver more tire to the ground i
SIZE PLY PRICE
lijiSIZE PLY PRICE
;1 1.2-24 4 101.22
1:12.4-24 4 115.14
33.6-28 4 142.60
13.6-38 6 177.37
18.4-30 6 267.08
18.4-34 6 291.54
18.4- 38 6 340.64
23.1-30 8 582.90
24.5- 32 10 868.58
lALL SIZES AVAILABLE AT COMPARABLE PRICES
:NO TRADE NEEDEDI MOUNTED FREE I PLUS FET
Front Tractor & Rib Implement
SIZE PLY PRICE SIZE PLY PRICE
750x15 6 55.39 750x16 6 51.70
650x16 6 46.73 750x18 6 68.25
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SIZE PLY PRICE
9.5L-14 6 57.34
9.5L-15 8 61.41
11L-15 8 60.80
ALL SIZES AVAILABLE AT COMPARABLE PRICES
NO TRADE NEEDEDI MOUNTED FREE! PLUS FET
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Hiway
Truck
Retreads
MADE LIKE NEW
WARRANTED
LIKE NEW!
Traction
Truck
Retreads
lilADE LIKE NEW
WARRANTED
LIKE NEW!
SIZE PLY PRICE
700x15 6 35.83
750x16 8 40.50
1825x20 10 56.98
1900x20 10 63.83
1020 1122.5..12..78.42
1022 1124.5..12..82.60
PLUS FET & LIKE
SIZE PLY PRICE
700x15 6 35.56
750x16 8 37.65
825x20 10 72.96
900x20 10.....72.96
1020 1122.5..12..81.36
1020 1124.5..12..87.23
CAPPABLE EXCHANGE
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