The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 17, 1957 · Page 28
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 28

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 17, 1957
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ting M her favorite occupation Minot Mother Wins Two Awards in First Cooking Competition Smokey the dog is happy as long as he's near young Paul... that the country's top cooks use Fleischmann's Active Dry Yeast. re-than 1(^000 TOASTED TURKEY SANDWICHES 5 slices bacon . Butter 15 slices bread 5 slices .turkey 2 tablespoons mayonnaise 2 sliced tomatoes Sweet pickles Potato chips Celery sticks 1 cup ripe olives 1 cup (V4-pound) grated American cheese Vi teaspoon salt Vi teaspoon pepper % teaspoon paprika Vi teaspoon Worcestershire sauce 1 .teaspoon lemon •juice Dash garlic salt Dash celery salt . Cut ripe olives in small pieces, reserving 5 whole for garnish. Combine olives, cheese and seasonjngs. Mix well. • Cut bacon strips in half and brown lightly. Butter bread and place buttered side down on cooky sheet. Toast in very hot oven (450 degrees f.) until brown. Put turkey slices and ripe olive mixture on 5 slices of bread. Place in oven until cheese melts. Spread 5 slices with mayonnaise and top with bacon and tomato; put on top of turkey slices; then top with remaining slices of bread. Secure with toothpick, garnish with ripe olive and Pickle. Serve wth potato chips and celery sticks. Makes 5 sandwiches. joyo I. A. Iverslie's scrapbook of cooking awards. (Unless it's enjoying her prize-winning dishes!) Mrs. Iverslie started her scrapbook just recently—with the 2 ribbons she won at the North Dakota State Fan* last fall. Mrs.' Iverslie says she entered cooking contests because she likes cooking so much. And whenever a recipe calls for yeast, Mrs. Iverslie always uses Fleischmann'sActiveDry Yeast. "It's the best," she says. "Rises fast—and stays fresh and lively right on my shelf." It's certainly not surprising winners -surveyed, -9 out of 10 say they prefer Fleischmann's. This dry yeast is so handy, it keeps for months, always rises fast. It's easier to serve yeast- raised specialties with Fleischmann's Active Dry Yeast on your ehelf. When you bake -at home, use Fleischmann's— the very best. And try the "Yeast- Riz" Main Dish recipes. There's one on the back of every "Thrifty Three." AMttaw RM Product <* SUidtrd Bctndf IK. Build this beautiful LibertjHome yourself ... or direct its construction! n» 3 (•*»«• Woodtowil 43 designs—$2376 to $795Q Cape Cod bungalows. Long, low ranch homes with 2, 3, 4 bedrooms. Brick, siding or shake exteriors. Large living-dining areas, "dream kitchens". All plans included. Build with basement or utility room. Individualize in many ways. 4 ATTRACTIVE PAYMENT PLANS Liberty Homes are acceptable for FHA or VA financing, and recommended by banks and savings and loan associations throughout the country. Full details in our catalog. MATERIALS SHIPPED COMPLETE. ., FREIGHT PREPAID The Liberty Home materials specified for the home" of your choice are shipped complete ready for erection, No shipping charges. Save thousands of dollars either way The unique Liberty Home BuHding Plan outlines every step for you. Blueprints, work, ing plans are simple, easy to follow. Lumber is pre-cut to exact size ... each piece numbered. Do all the work yourself, or hire carpenters and still 'save. ONLY HIGHEST QUALITY MATERIALS USED You receive fully-seasoned, Kiln-dried materials throughout. Green lumber is never used in a Uberty Home. Only the best nationally advertised finished products are included. All materials guaranteed as represented. 'I am very pleased and satisfied with my Liberty Home. All my friends arc amazed to learn that I did practically all of the work myself. 1 ; J, C. Umlberg, Ohio Send fpr colorful c»t»logl 43 Liberty Homw in lull color with d«t*ilri floor plliw. Stud 2* tgdiy. LIBERTY HOMES Uwit ftUaufKturinf Co. 6m UI»X»tt« *»•. B»jr Cil>. Mich. PIMM roth rot your libtrty Horn* C*t*lo« fer which I wdoM He. NAME - . STREET or RFO

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