The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 19, 1960 · Page 22
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 22

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Tuesday, April 19, 1960
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mmaaft ^^ ™- W • ^m THE OSTER DOUBLE-ACTION ELECTRIC KNIFE SHARPENER... GUARANTEED TO SHARPEN YOUR CUTLERY !!•• en counter or mount on wall Handy cord compartment Chr •witch •lid* Nothing in the world hones a smooth, clean, really sharp edge on cutlery like the OSTER Electric Knife Sharpener. This'famous sharpener with its exclusive. two wheel action sharpens without nicking, scratching or burring. Two fine abrasion wheels turn slowly, hone both sides of the blade at once. See your OSTER dealer soon for your free demonstration. CUSTOM CRAFTED BY MANUFACTURING CO. Oopt. FO, 4979 N. Lydoll Avo., Mllwaukoo 17, Wlo. MODEL 9n DELUXE KNIFE SHARPENER in distinctive black and chrome $20.95 MODEL MO in glistening white $17.95 Each complete with illustrated book, "CUTLERVCARE AND HOW TO CARVE" BY SUSAN LOWE hen the gang gets together in your rec room to hear the latest plat- ters and try out some of those new steps, you can be sure that the re- freshment table will share equal popularity with the turntable. So be ready with goodies like these which are bound to satisfy any appetite, and they'll be calling you the Hostess with the Mostest! Horo's a now dip that hat a tangy, smoky fast* to go with potato chip* or cracker*. Bottor mako a douMo batch as on* tasto dosiros anofhor. SMOKED EGG DIP 12 hard-cooked eggs, riced or sieved • 2 drops Tabasco 2 tablespoons soft butter 1 teaspoon salt Hi teaspoons liquid smoke seasoning }* teaspoon ground pepper 1 tablespoon lemon juice or vinegar % cup mayonnaise or salad dressing 2 teaspoons prepared mustard Garnish: radish slices 2 teaspoons Worcestershire sauce Accompaniments: potato chips " and tiny rolls Combine all ingredients except garnish and accompaniments. Beat until smooth. If desired, add more seasonings. Have consistency soft enough to permit potato chips to be dipped into it easily. Refrigerate until ready to serve. About 30 minutes before serving, remove from refrigerator and beat or whip dip to fluff and soften it. Pile into chilled bowl. Garnish with radish slices. Serve with potato chips and tiny rolls. Makes 1 quart. NOTE: The Smoked Egg mixture makes an excellent sandwich filling.

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