By Susan Puckett
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She started her 1948 program, `A Visit with Bernice,' with the words, `I've reared a family and managed a home for forty years. Now I would like to share my experiences with you listeners so you can learn easily what it took me years to find out . ' "Billie Oakley describes Bernice as `a gutsy woman, one who was born before her time. She did her own thing without too much concern for public opinion as long as she knew it was right. She resented being paid less than men. 00 per week and out of that she paid for the food which she was expected to serve the radio visitors who stopped at her house.
Serviceman's Special Candy 2 cups granulated sugar 1 cup cream (can use half-and-half) 1 tablespoon butter 1 1/2 squares (1 ounce each) bitter chocolate 1 teaspoon vanilla 1 pound marshmallows 1 cup nuts, chopped 3 cups graham cracker crumbs In a large saucepan combine sugar, cream, butter, chocolate, and vanilla. Cook to soft-ball stage (234 degrees). Remove from fire and beat in remaining ingredients. Spoon into a buttered 9 x 13-inch pan. Press firmly, then cut into squares. This candy is excellent for mailing and can be left uncut for easier packaging.
Nevertheless, Avis James still drove up from nearby Murray with the chocolate cake everybody raved about last yeara sweet finale to Maud Stroup's fried chicken, Bonnie Reasoner's zucchini casserole, and a helping or two of anything else one could pile on his or her china plate brought from home. The Country Rhythm Dusters, a group of women identically attired in blue jeans, plaid shirts, and feathered hats, were all set to pick, fiddle, and strum away the afternoon with a full repertoire of bluegrass favorites.
A Cook's Tour of Iowa by Susan Puckett