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6- The Goldendale Se.fin,el- Thursday. J.ly 27, 1972 Patter Just what is a marinade or a baste? Actually a marinade is a thin sauce, usually with a wine, vinegar or lemon- juice base, seasoned with condiments and herbs, in which food is soaked before it&apos;s cooked. It penetrates e food to flavor and tenderize it. A baste is a sauce, sometimes thin, sometimes thick, brushed on the food to give it a special flavor on the outside and at the same time keep it moist. Both may serve as a sauce with the cooked foods. The first basting sauce is a luscious favorite for all types of meat and the" second recipe is a barbecue sauce for hearty chuck wagon barbecued ribs. We love the Teriyaki marinade on pork chops, but it's delicious on all barbecued pork. ALL-PURPOSE BASTING SAUCE cup sald oil /2 cup lemon juice cup wine vinegar  cup soy sauce tsp. monosodium glutamate Salt Freshly ground pepper Favorite herbs I clove of garlic Combine all ingredients in a covered jar. Will keep indefinitely in refrigerator. Heat before using. HE-MAN BARBECUE SAUCE 1 cup catsup 3 tbsp. Worcestershire sauce 2 or 3 dashes of Tabasco sauce 1 cup water !/4 cup vinegar I tbsp. sugar 1 tsp. salt 1 tsp. celery seed Combine all ingredients in a saucepan; bring to a boil. Simmer for 30 minutes. Yield: sauce for basting 4 pounds. TERIYAKI MARINADE cup soy sauce % cup lemon juice 4 cup olive oil 1 clove garlic  tsp. ginger Combine all ingredients. Marinade meat at room temperature for about 5 to 6 hours, turning frequently. Keeps well. Senior citizens Invited to travel Senior citizens from the Inland Empire are invited to join the Spokane group on four tours scheduled to start in late July and August, Mrs. Margaret Boyanovsky has announced. The tours and departure times are: Olympic Peninsula and San Juan Islands August 7-10; Ketchikan, Ak., August 6-15, and Fairbanks, Anchorage and Mt. McKinley, Ak., and a deep sea fishing trip in the Alaska Gulf August 21-sepmber 14. One should write or call Mrs. Boyanovsky, S. 919 Pines Rd., Spokane, for information. NOW'S THE TIME to be thinking about KNAPP SHOES. Quality, fit and comfort. Records are kept on previous orders. See... ROY LUNDBERG, Goidenckde Waflcins Products (36 yrs. in ar) Party fetes Zevelys on 25th anniversary The home of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Rude, Bingen, was the place for a recent sur- prise party celebrating the 25th an- niversary of Mrs. Rude's parents, Mr. and Mrs. James K. Zevely, Goldendale. The 3-tiered cake trimmed with blue roses and silver bells was decorated by Mrs. Carl Leonard Rude, White Salmon. Mrs. Austin McGraw and Mrs. Chet Latimer helped with the house decorations. Friends and relatives there to help the Zevelys celebrate were Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Rude and Pamela Jean; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Leonard Rude and Gary, Marvin and Gayle, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin DeMaris and Mr. and Mrs. Austin McGraw, all White Salmon; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lawson, Mr. and Mrs. Ray McKinney and Judy and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hector and Jill and Erin, all Goldendale; Mr. and Mrs. Russell Taylor, McMinnville, Or.; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hillier and Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Bruner, Portland; Mr. and Mrs. Chet Latimer, Mr. and Mrs. Walt Latimer and Debbie and Tim and Mr. and Mrs. Rick Latimer, all Carson; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bush, White SaLmon; Debbie Wilson, Vancouver, and Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson and children, Goldendale. Mr. and Mrs. Zevely's son James from California was unable to attend. 18-year-olds may not buy hand guns Even though persons 18 years of age may now vote, etc., in Washington State, they cannot legally bay handguns under the Federal Gun Control Act of 1968. This was announced by Malcom Warner, Chief of the Enforcement Branch in the Western Region of the U. S. Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms Department. Either dealers or underage purchasers found in violation of the purchase requirements are subject to criminal prosecution which could result in im- prisonment for up to five years or a $5000 fine, or both. Buy cook books at the Sentinel. BICKLETON--Carol Baze Lauret't Whitmore and John Rasmussen recently drove a group of children to Grange camp Wooten where they stayed for a week before returning with their parents. Those attending from Bickleton were: Sally and Lynda Rasmussun; Allen Juris, Christine and Tom Whitmore; Steve, Tamey and Brenda Berk; Gary, David and Tony Willson; Cliff Clark, and Edie Hamilton. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Baze, T.C. and Clinton, vacationed on the Washington coast last week. They visited with many relatives and friends along the way, doing some fishing and beach combing. On their return trip they visited Mr. and Mrs. Gary Sprague, Ellensburg. Ada Ruth Whitmore tells a recent harvesting incident. Some of the wheat haulers were considerably late on their return home. One farmer had lost his wallet from his shirt pocket into a grain pit, the story goes. They hunted some two hours, and of course, trucks started lining up because no more could dump. Bet they all got cold gravy when they told that one! The Browns are back from their trip to Calgary and we are proud to announce the REFRIGERATION AND APPLIANCE REPAIR ,a, nnouncing... THE OPENING OF B rd B REFRIGERATION AND APPLIANCE REPAIR Sweden Repair COMMERCIAL -- DOMESTIC RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT- ALL MAJOR APPLIANCES 428 Allison Way 773-5742 BEN BROWN, Technician Servino the Klickitat Valley READY NOW WISE BUYS ,, FINE - ALL ELECTRIC NEW HOMES! results. NeLl Brown won the high jump 4' II", and Gall placed fourth in the mile with a time of 5:55. Students of the Bickleton summer reading program cooked and served a luncheon for parents and guests. Mrs. Sherman Jensen directed; those attending were helper Cindy Naught and guests Ben Naught, Helen Lusby and Mary Shotwell. The Sherman Jensens were visited this past week by bfrs. Ada Shockley, Tacoma, Pauline Ostertrugon, Sunnyside, Ron Jensen and sons, and John Billings. Lise Jensen, Jeanne Spalding and Debbie Mains are working during peach harvest. Mrs. Tom Grey for Tonya and Shellynda attended. Mrs. Vern I.ooney was in ( Mr. and Mrs. Tony The Clarence Beer by Mrs. Beer's parents, Harley Bacon just returned from a Montana. Miss Tammy view, is visiting their Beer. Betty Beer and Mr. and stopped to visit with the Lynda Roger, Cindy Bobette Base rode their bg i Chris Jensen is now in Hillcrest Nursing Jackie Billings. home and reportedly doing well. Ruby VanNostern and Mr. and Mrs. Hermery Hooker and GaLl Sunday to Tuesday visited Fort Simcoe with a church group Jones. for a potluck Saturday aRernoon. Their Mrs. Barbra McBride II later evening guests were Mr. and Mrs. visit from her cousin Jim. Ernest Rogers, Sunnyside. MEASURE THE DIFFI E THE SAVINGS WRITE YOUR OWN Yes. you can have the home you've wanted and still not .mor. age payments[Mobile home living has answered the needs families who want me comfort of their own home and still have over for themselves. And now Crown can offer you something Yon can purchase the home of your choice for as little as 10 PER CENT DOWN WITH UP TO A 12 YEAR CONTRACT LENGTH ON APPROVED 'lqais means lower, more convenient monthly payments for yoe. STOP IN TODAY AND SEE HOW EASY IT IS TO HAVE THE HOME YOU'VE ALWAYS WANTED! YOU CAN ALWAYS SAVE MORE MONEY AT 4l CROWN H ";E Exclusive Dealer for Boise Cascade TWO LOCATIONS 11118 So. First St. Yakima, Wash. 2311 So. 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