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Page 8 December 5. 1991 Quad City. Herald FE ;TIVE GIFT IDEA S It's that time of year again when thoughts focus on sharing special feelings with friends and family. There's no better way to express these sentiments than witil home-baked confections. When preparing baked goods to give as girls, choose recipes that have a festive look and feel and will be pleasing to most palates. The Snowballs recipe featured below yields delicate, colorful treats that make a wonderful presentation. Create additional holiday baking fun by inviting children to participate in the creative process. Many tasks, such as measuring ingredients, rolling dough and decorating, can be delegated to children with some supervision. These activities can also bc used to teach valuable lessons about counting and fractions. The finished confections will taste all the sweeter for the extra dash of love and care that went into their preparation. Snowballs 1 cup butter or margarine 1 cup chopped "M&M's '' (softened) Plain Chocolate Candies 1/4 cup confectioners sugar I cup whole "M&M's '' 1 teaspoon vanilla extract Peanut Chocolate Candies 2 cups all purpose flour Beat together butter and sugar; blend in vanilla extract. Gradually add flour; mix well. Add chopped "M&M's '' Plain Chocolate Candies; mix well. Chill dough about 20 minutes. Shape to form 1-inch balls. Bake on ungreased cookie sheet at 350F. for 15 to 17 minutes or until edges are very lightly browned. Remove from oven and immediately press one whole "M&M's '' Peanut Chocolate Candy firmly onto top of each cookie. Cool thoroughly; sprinkle cooled cookies lightly with additional confec- tioners sugar. Makes about 3 dozen cookies. License transfer. An application has been made to the Washington State Liquor Control Board to transfer a class BCEF (tav- ern) license, by William Thomas Crawford and Marlene Diane Crawford, to do business as Town Tav, currently held by Lydia Goll, doing business as Town Tavern, Main Street, Mansfield. Anyone wishing to support or oppose these applications should contact the License Division, Wash- ington Stale Liquor Control Board, Capital Plaza Building, Olympia, Washington 98504. _....ELECTRONIC -----'1 LIFESTYLES J Holiday Holiday time is music time! Noth- ing sets the mood like filling the house with your favorite seasonal melodies. With that in mind, the experts at TDK have generously provided the follow- ing simple taping tips, designed to help keep your holidays filled with beauti- ful music. Keep a "level" head: When tap- ing holiday music from LPs or CDs, make sure you set your recording lev- els properly. If you set the levels too low, your songs will be swamped by tape hiss. If you set them too high, annoying distortion is the result. Take a minute or two to get your levels "just right," and your ears will thank you. Be kind to your machine: A little bit of preventive maintenance goes a long way toward keeping your tape deck functioning at peak performance all year 'round. TDK advises that you use a high-quality head cleaning cas- sette once a month to remove dust, oxide and other contaminants that can ruin your tapes (and even your ma- chine). It's also a good idea to demag- netize your cassette deck after every 20 to 30 hours of use. Otherwise, the Music Tips metal parts in your deck get magne- tized and can actually erase some of the high frequencies in your record- ings. Don't be a tape Scrooge: Steer clear of bargain-basement, "no-name" audio cassettes. Not only is their per- formance audibly inferior, but they can actually damage your tape deck. Be- sides, high-quality tape doesn't have to put a dent in your budget. For in- stance, SD, TDK's entry-level high- bias cassette, offers high-performance in every key tape parameter at an ex- tremely reasonable price. Have a happy (and harmonious) holiday season! Womens PJ's .os 11.99 .............. NOW $ 8 99 PJ's Sabydo, wos 18.99 ............ NOW $14 99 79 Hankieswos1.09 ................. NOW Blouses A,. Loove ........ NOW 3Oo/00f Knit Set2 p=e. w= =.. ........... NOW 20 ' Mens Shirts ,ns,o, ,noe,..os 18.99 ...... NOW $1 2" vests .......... ,ow* 17 Childrens Jackets Denim. s,ze 2-6. os 2s .... NOW: qli Tasmalnean Devil $ Sweatshirts os 13.99 ......... NOW Jeans Boys Denim, size 7-18 ......... NOW Coats Boys, size 7-18 .............. NOW Girls Nightgowns size 6-14. os 8.... NOW $ Dress Girls, size 9 mo.-14 yr. .......... NOW Pants A,, Denim, sze 2-6 ............ NOW 99. 9 99 1/200oo. 1/2.oo Toys $ 399 " Figures Slmpsons. was 6.99 ......... NOW $ 399 Figures B.eJu;oe. = 7.99 ....... NOW Bank Bo. smpson. os 8.49 ......... 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