the DailyJtegistef M ail, J3itesbtif g, 111. Thursday. October 15, 1953 TERRIFIC M0WY-SAV1H6 BUYS! FRIDAY . SATURDAY SUNDAY Delrich OLEO 21 lb. BORDO PITTED DATES 7-oz. pkg. 2 <, 29* MRS. TUCKER'S SHORTENING 3 ^ Ac TIN With Coupon on Page?? PURE CANE SUGAR 10 lbs. 97c LADY KAY and TRAILER CORN or PEAS 303 Tin Your Choice SNOW CROP FROZEN READY TO EAT PIES 39 Cherry AT m ^ Mince mtz m^M ^t Apple Peach SWIFT ECONOMY BABY BEEF STEAK 59 Swiss rm* Round ^L^LV^' T-Bone Sirloin SLICED MICKELBERRY BACON Mb. Cello Pkg. 49 ARMOUR'S STAR WIENERS 43 gal. ROSZELL'S SEALTEST MILK 39 Canned Salmon and Corn Make Good Casserole Combination Salftion arid corn served in casserole fcombination with crispy cornbread cheese squares makes hearty harvest time eating. The amiable flavors of canned salmon and whole kernel corn blend in a thrifty cream sauce. Make this mixture while the pastry is baking. Just before serving time, place the cornbread squares on top for an interesting checkerboard design. Salmon in one-pound cans offers a good value in protein, vitamins and minerals, since canned salmon is packed when the fish is in its prime. Canning preserves all the nutrients, even softens the bones which should be eaten for their extra calcium. Canned corn has that fresh-from-the-field flavor, comes out succulent and sweet. And in combination, they're delicious. Salmon and Corn Casserole Pastry: Vt cup sifted all-purpose flour Vz cup yellow cornmeal V\ teaspoon salt lVz teaspoons baking powder Vi cup shortening Friday Fare This fondue makes a hearty, nutritious and fine-flavored main dish the family will like. Tomato Juice Special Cheese Fondue* Tossed Green Whole Wheat Salad Bread Fruit and Cookies Beverage SPECIAL CHEESE FONDUE* Ingredients: VA cups milk, 1 cup [soft bread crumbs, % cup ripe olives, 3 eggs, 1 teaspoon salt, Va teaspoon black pepper, VA cups drained canned whole kernel corn, Vk cups grated cheddar cheese, 1 tablespoon butter or margarine (melted). Method: Pour milk over bread crumbs and let stand until very soft. Cut olives into large pieces. Beat eggs lightly. Mix bread crumb mixture, olives, eggs and remaining ingredients. Turn into greased shallow baking dish. Bake in moderate (350 degrees F) oven 35 minutes. Makes 6 servings. x k cup grated American cheese 3 tablespoons milk Sift together flour, cornmeal, salt and baking powder. Cut in I shortening and cheese with two knives or pastry blender. Stir in milk. Pat or roll on lightly floured board or between two sheets waxed paper into an oblong 8-inches long and 4-inches wide; cut into 8 squares. Bake in a hot oven (425 F.) 15 minutes. Salmon and Corn: 1 1-pound can corn 1 1-pound can salmon Evaporated milk Vi teaspoon Tabasco 3 tablespoons butter or margarine 3 tablespoons flour Vz teaspoon salt l h teaspoon dry mustard Drain corn and salmon; flake jsalmon. Add enough milk to corn and salmon liquid to make 1% cups; add Tabasco; reserve. Melt butter. Add flour, salt and dry mustard; stir to a smooth paste. Add reserved liquid and cook, stirring constantly, until mixture thickens and comes to a boil. Add corn and salmon. Turn into 10 x 6 x 2-inch casserole. Place cornmeal squares checker-board fashion on top of casserole. Yield: 6 servings. Neat Treat for Taming Tricksters It's almost time for spooks and witches to haunt your neighbor hood again, so better be ready with treats for all the Halloween spirits that ring your doorbell that Saturday. Want to put smiles on the little faces behind those weird and fearsome masks? Treat your trick-happy visitors to some chewing gum. Sticks or packages of gum win youngsters' thanks instead of pranks. The cost is small and the treats are ready-wrapped for quick and easy handling What's more, your parental neigh bors will be thankful your treat was chewing gum because it's healthful, wholesome and won't overload goblins' tummies. A stop at your friendly merchant's display of chewing gum will prepare you for treating 'em right. That's the spirit! Ground Beef lb. 39c A large aluminum food blanch er, so useful in preparing foods for the home freezer, may also be used for cooking spaghetti, sterilizing a baby's bottles, frying in deep fat and for boiling a smoked tongue, ham or fowl. Keep a pastry brush within easy reach in your kitchen, and use it to grease pans, to spread melted I shortening over yeast doughs while they are rising, and for glazing pie crust. For another festive dessert, serve Pineapple Alaska. Drain slices of canned pineapple and place on each a scoop of ice cream. Then cover with meringue and coconut. Brown under broiler or in a very hot oven and serve at once. Good, too, without the ice cream. READ THE WANT ADS CONCENTRATED SWEETENER For Home Use "sUGARINE ' Far MilnllM. OwraW* mmd L*» Cateri* DM ptms -HAJUfuaas ECONOMICAL I Guaranteed non-fattening] 4-Oz. Size Bottle Orrtf 75c AVAILABLE AT YOUR LOCAL FOOD STORE W. A. JORDAN CO. Wholesale Distributors CARTON No Bottles to Returnl FLORIDA SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT 6 FOR 25 MINNESOTA RED POTATOES 10 lbs. 29c 100 lbs. $2.19 If AHIET Y • MARKET * Southeast Corner Grand ind Michigan FREE DELIVERY ALL ORDERS OVER $5.00 One Delivery D.ily, 11 A. M. OPEN DAILY 8 AM. to 9 P.M. Sunday, 8 A.M. to 1 P.M., 4 P.M. to 9 P-M. ^Prairie. Gfiirmr Vitamin "D" Homogenized CHILDREN BURN UP ENORMOUS AMOUNTS OF ENERGY EVERY DAY .... THAT'S WHY THE RICH, WHOLESOME GOODNESS OF PRAIRIE FARMS VITAMIN D HOMOGENIZED MILK IS ESSENTIAL IN THEIR DIETS! M 1 For Body Building Energy and Vitamin Content Serve Plenty of MILK There Are. No Finer Dairy Products than ^ - -II _ Jit mine. <¥&rm PHONE 4979 A US KR06ER fW 1H6 8WEETCST BUYS OF All , , > V 4 , ^ FAMOUS BRANDS • ^ '/)/»n/7// * 1 iroqer A ^ it © for R0CKW00D WAFERS 37: 4 fine flaveri.. • chocolate covering, f~ 8Va -ox. P k 9 CHUCKltS s !!« mops 29 Pkg. WELCH'S Cocoon* — w»h choco.ee. Cocoanutjofs 25* 6 for Wm IP 1J TERRY THIN MINTS Cnowloie coai «d P«Ppermint|, 12 -0*. Hickok Chips 37: Honey tomb chocolate chips. 8-ox. pkg. FUNSTEN PECAN HALVES 79 8 -oz. Can C Cam 111! it 'mm Bite-size pieces of 12 -01, famous Baby Ruth. box Buy several big bars — save at Kroger. BABY RUTH NUGGETS BABY RUTH BARS 2 Big Vi-lb. Bars 19 PETER PAUL MOUNDS Bittersweet chocolate and cocoanut. PETER PAUL ALMOND JOY Milk chocolate, almonds and cocoanut. nmsnm FIRST In favor and flavor! ALMQHBS GIANT HERSHEY BAR 47 A favorite milk ehoco- iJ.ox. late and almond bar. each' Buy several! REESE'S PEANUT BUTTER CUPS 24 for .$112 TOOTSIE ROLLS $112 Stock up! 22 'pioco pkg. Famih-siu Packagt 25 PLANTER'S COCKTAIL PEANUTS 35' Roaster-fresh I Salted rightl 8>os. Vac-Pac can M & M 's CANDIES Your chocolate treat 7-ox. that's neat to eatl P k * 25 c Cracker Jack 6 Boxes 25' FUNSTEN PECANS 3 '/2-0*. Can — 39< Semi-Sweet - . I HERSHEY DAINTIES 6-oz. package 231 CAMPFIRE Marshmollows lb. box 33* Fluffy-light - mowy-*hllel DELSON Merri-Mints »up.or wofe/ temaiionl pkg. Mm eV FUNSTEN BLACK WALNUTS 45« 4-oz. Can.
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