The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas on August 28, 1952 · Page 9
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The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas · Page 9

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THE LEAVENWORTH TIMES, THURSDAY EVENING, AUGUST 28,1952. TRY TASTY ZUCCHINI CASSEROLE meyer, 8, Wichita, and Virginia Hickely, 16, Liberal. SLICED AMERICAN CHEESE, zucchini, onions and tomatoes are combined in this appealing one-dish meal, zucchini casserole. BY GAYNOR MADDOX FORT WAYNE, Ind. — We flew about 10,000 feet over Lake Michigan in & big plane, on our flight to Wisconsin, home of Swiss cheese, U. S. A. Relaxed, we discussed American cheese making. Everyone seemed to have a favorite recipe. Here are two I picked up as I walked forward to talk \vi1h the youthful pilot, Al Smith. Both he and Copilot Regan say they like good cheese, too. Zucchini Casserole (Makes 6 servings) One (% - pound package) sliced American cheese, 4 tablespoons butter, melted, 3 cups %-inch rye bread cubes, 4 cups thinly sliced zucchini, 1 medium - sized onion, thinly sliced, 3 tomatoes, sliced, % cup finely chopped green pepper, % teaspoon salt, dash black pepper. Cut sliced packaged cheese into three equal portions to make 12 slices. Pour melted butter over rye bread cubes; mix thoroughly. Place a layer of zucchini, onion, tomato and green pepper in buttered casserole dish using 1-3 of each. Sprinkle with salt and pepper. Cover with four slices of cheese and a layer of rye bread cubes. Repeat layers twice. Cover and 'jake in moderate oven (350 de- grees F.) until vegetables are tender, about one hour. Serve hot. French Toasted Cheese Sandwich (Makes 8 sandwiches) Two eggs, slightly beaten, 1 cup homogenized milk, % teaspoon salt, dash of pepper, % cup mayonnaise, 16 slices of white bread 1 (% - pound) package pasteurized process American cheese slices. Combine eggs, milk, salt and pepper; mix well. Pour mixture into a shallow dish. Spread mayonnaise on each slice of bread. Cul cheese package in half to make 8 slices as directed on package. Make eight sandwiches, using one slice of cheese for each. Dip each sandwich into egg-milk mixture Brown on both butter over low once. sides heat. in meltec Serve at TWO POLIO DEATHS WICHITA (ffl—Wichita hospitals have reported two more polio deaths. They were Jerry Timmer- Farley A picnic supper was held on the lawn of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Kamp- lefner Tuesday for relatives and Mends, honoring Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Turner from Philadelphia. Ura. Glen Brunei There was a large attendance at me "Hymn Sing" Sunday evening at the Community Church. This was a farewell to the students who worked here through the National Town and Country Church Institute this summer. Refreshments of cookies and Cool-aid were served. Week end visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Harre were Mrs. John Kreek and Peggy and Miss Betty Prussman from Oregon. .All enjoyed a picnic Sunday at Swope Park. Mrs. Harry Naylor returned to her home Friday from the hospital in St. Joseph. She is improving from a major operation two weeks ago. Gaylord Younger and Bill Mc- Cardie are patients at,Gushing Memorial Hospital at this time. Mrs. Raymond Porter and Larry left Saturday by plane for Fresno, Calif., where they will visit severai days with her parents, before flying to Tokyo to join her husband. Mrs. James Farley and Susie are visiting her parents Mr. anc Mrs. John Whittaker and family at Laura, HI. for a few days. Mrs. Arthur Hendrix visited Mr. and Mrs. Glen Minnick and daughters in Kansas City over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wiehe from Los Angeles, Calif., called on Miss Lena Wiehe and Mr. anc Mrs. Henry Wiehe and family Friday. Mrs. Wiehe is en route to Cincinnati, Ohio.' Mrs. John F. Oberdiek joined the members of the Moore Club Wednesday for a sight seeing tour in Kansas City. Several from here attended the evening vesper service at the PJatte County fair Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Lutte and Kent, Mr. and Mrs. Jack. Meyer, Shirley and Richard attended the state fair at Sedalia last Tuesday and Wednesday. WHEMJTRAINS IT ^2 POURS RECORD EARTHQUAKE NEW YORK Iff) — A "fairly sharp" earthquake, probably in the Pacific off Peru, was recorded today on the Fordham University seismograph. The Rev. Joseph Lynch, seismologist, reported two shocks. He said they occurred about 3,780 miles from New York, "probably off P&> ru." ilF YOU LIKE TO USE nrnnsnn -».'* You can make your own for 14 a quart (save about 254 a quart) **«»«"* „. iriBB:*** . o, ho. I"-"""* . to... For o FAULTLESS Perfect for regular OR bottled starch • Contain! Iromng aids to make ironing smooth and easy! • No preservatives to him yellow offer ironinf. • Why pay around 154 • quart for a bottled starch your own, right at home, for a penny • quart? 416 Shawnee Phone 393 Fresh Drawn FRYERS and HENS Fresh. 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ALL THE HEALTH AND GOODNESS OF MILK WITHOUT THE FAT Here is how SLIM compares with Grade A Milk and Buttermilk ONE QUART ' SLIM Milk-Grade A Buttermilk PROTEIN % 3.5 3.5 3.5 CARBOHYDRATE % 5.0 4.8 4.6 CALORIES No. 341 633 371 FAT X 0.1 3.8 0.4 VITAMIN A U.S.P. Units 2000 1373 205 VITAMIN D U.S.P. Units 400 Less than 25 Less than 25 CALCIUM X .122 .12 .122 PHOSPHORUS X .096 .093 .097 RIBOFLAVIN Vit. G| and Bj Mg. 1.36 1.65 0.876 THIAMINE Vit. B, Mg. .409 .525 .321 ONE QUART LIQUID HOMOGENIZED-PASTEURIZED Milk Producers' Marketing Co. , 3250 Fairfax Road Kansas City, Has. Phone DRexel 9963 Here is medicafy approved H '28 MT DIET New 24-page booklet) All the details on how to LOSE 10 POUNDS (or morel) Just send us lOt with your name and address Grade A tfcltn milk with added grade A milk solids and increased vitamins A & O. MllK PRODUCERS MARKETING CO. KANSAS CITT.

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