The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 14, 1957 · Page 39
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 39

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 14, 1957
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... vhUlng.the SolUh Indian 1 find the wtsmen engaged tn i Jrlo In moklnf »he popular utfng the -- iidnW-»hdr», itout * longer than 9 or 10 Inehe* ,, 40 sweater, ^fhe wool they whit* sheepl ^ "The black ohei, highly prfied for the ondyed fl ittnctlve design* t oh th> sweaters^ I with a fyHndrieal comb on a hd ' -t 'fv^'g&X'h&y®*--'- ' JJ ^*A^*i A .1 jjB&j »O?J44«, f, «?£•$ *&!&*. ^ < *$$**•• ^.r . rtton In Conooo , -a^'lhfkl^df^ <Pat Charlti h« over 25 .yiSan. weight** > of black the wooUnduitry, form the boW and the ' 7-MiiiuTE mosnNO" Kara* Syrup cult cooking lime In half... keep* fretting* from "sugaring" A glamorous pie to make you famous! Dark Kara Syrup ~«—, it distinctive flavor... makes the filling smoother. Vi recipe 2 999*, bvottn 1 cup KARO Syrup, Blue label wit KARO PECAN PIE 1 tees peon vanilto 1 cup sugar 2 taWespeens melted , bvtterwn Roll pastry H inch thick. Line a 9-ioch pie pan. Mis remaining ingredients together, adding pecans last. Pour into pastry shell. Bake in hot oven (400° F.) 16 minutes; reduce heat to moderate (350* F.) and bake 30 to 35 minutes longer or until a silver knife inserted in center of filling comes out clean. *Jf salted nuts are used omit salt in recipe. rn Pntiwtf Rfftninf (to. The elephants at the zoo in London, England don't exactly shy away from peanuts — but they prefer another edible, buns, hot or cold. A visitor Is, feeding the tiny biscuits to the elephants - and they love it. When q re«ip* eollf for corn tyrup that intent Tobacco growing is a mainstay of the Greek Pomok*. Member, of a Pomak household are engaged in a stage of tobacco proceMing catterf "pasfaR", This area is reputed to grew tome of the be»t tobacco In the world.

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