The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 15, 1959 · Page 21
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Thursday, January 15, 1959
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burtten, el thete two l6llow th * -Mn».hMo«d.w«nwA prereo* t ? re6tt ' ^^anily unmindful of the loads b«|. h ff d »- J he app^m free-floating magic of Ihe »$x W**fc«top HW'tolk* at left U caused by a plank on which the cargo sfK^betrfes, on Ih way to market, Is balanced. No mechanized fishing thisl Picturesque Negombo fishing fleet returns from daily deep sea fishing chores 20 miles out In Indian Ocean where fish are caught with lines (no nets used). Crew of three handles these outriggers, hand-chopped out of single log. Design hasn't changed for over 2,000 years. There are about 500 of these craft here in all, making it one of the World's biggest outrigger fleets. ' Getting their earful of shaggy dog stories is just part of the- holiday fun for barkers at \ Mrs. Rita s Piperiofs, of San '.Francisco, who set herself up as a fulltime dog-sitter. Advertising her personalized custodial care for canines-in local papers, Mrs. Piperio finds that her love for pets """ pays off well. ' The old art of broonvmaking by hand will never be quite lost as lo'ng as 88-year-old R. H. Coleman stays on the job at his home in Martin, Tenn, The 'veteran craftsman, retired now from farming, continues his broom business' begun 45 years ago. He figures he's turned out about • 50,pOO brooms during his career. He is shown here sewing the 'broom with five six-foot strings as an ancient press holds the broom steady, ,«, !•* * "wjfl , «w; rVysi ' iV!*,lWfW,-i** :«., i .*• ^4. , ' " f -f " rr *^JS£S <" S y'JJ'l' aste your ti V V )>« W r •* » GE Chocolate! Marshmallow cream! Fudge! Just the words start mouths-watering. And wait 'til you taste it. So gloriously smooth, so meltingly tender and so easy! Fixes in minutes, can't turn grainy. Why wait? Get the same fine Nestte's® Semi- Sweet Morsels that make your best Toll House® Cookies-and GO! ' (Recipes tor both on every package,) • MARSHMALLOW CREAM FUDGE. BRING to full boil—stir constantly: one 5 to 10 oz. jar marshmallow cream; %c. evaporated milk (Nesll£'s preferred); '4 c. butter; ('/•> c. sugar; ',4 tsp. salt, BO1U 5 min. over moderate heat, stirring constantly. REMOVE from heat, STIR in 'til melted: two 6 oz. or one I2oz. (2c.) Nesile's Semi-Sweet Chocolate Morsels; I tsp. vanilla; Vj c. walnuts, chopped POUR in greased 8* square pan. CHILL'til firm. YIELD: approx, 2!4 Ibs. NESTLE'8 MAKES THE VERY BEST CHOCOLATE

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