A Cook's Tour of Iowa (Bur Oak Book) by Susan Puckett

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Makes about a dozen pieces. Variations: Replace lime-flavored Jell-O with 1 package raspberry-, cherry-, or strawberry-flavored Jell-O. Follow the same procedure. Edith Hansen "Two world wars, a home in Shenandoah, a family and a career as one of KMA's major radio homemakers were inexorably intertwined in the life of Edith Hansen. "Edith began her broadcasting experience on a Norfolk, Nebraska, station WJAG on December 31, 1940. In the spring of 1942, she and her husband and two sons moved to Shenandoah.

When the men returned from the mines, the women would drag out washtubs and fill them with warm water. "One boarderhis name was Frankused to tell my mother he couldn't take baths, or else he would rust," Mrs. Sertich said, laughing. '" In the early days especially entertainment was almost nonexistent. The tiny coal-mining town of Granger offered no outside activities, and there was no transportation to a larger city. But community ties were strong, especially since many of the town's occupants were from the same villages in Italy.

If you look through the trees over there, you can see the steeple of our old schoolhouse," said Alberta Foland, squinting as she pointed to the skeleton of her alma mater. "It used to be a nice, big school. " The dilapidated frame of the two-story Independent Order of Odd Fellows Hall, now used for storing the rickety old tables used for the picnic, was once the site of many square dances. At times, or so it's been said, the floors would bounce so hard with the foot-stomping that the dancers would disperse to the edges for fear of collapse.

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