Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 8, 1955 · Page 21
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rhucsday, 1% 8, 195S GREELEY TRIBUNE. -Page 21 Gilts from Your Kiteheit ,,:··=,, S-.^I^.-.V»-*.TWK: n ·» i ·· »jaEB^MI _,.._C. .-/····^··e^eMaiea ',,' SUGAR WAFERS fill if.itivtChrl.tmn buk.t; By CECILV.BROWNSTONE Accociittd'Prcis Food Editor · A basket ol Christmas sweets made in-your own kitchen! Start with a plain straw-colored basket, choosing a square or rcc- ' (angular shape If you' are planning to fill it with square or rectangular cookie bars or wafers.-Soak the basket in cold water for a I e w minutes, then tint it a bright green with all-purpose .dye according to tinting directions, on tfie' package, ninse the basket'and "let it dry; now, if you like, give it a coat .of Ehellac. Tie on a spray of mistletoe or holly for a garniture! Fill the basket with your homemade Ewects, cover it with transparent plastic wrapping. Put your package under the Christmas trcefor. a horticulture-minded friend;, when the green basket is empty," it will make a fine plant holder. . . Of course these;bVskets may be dyed any color. : A friend of ours tinted one pink, then decorated it with a festoon of tiny pastel Christ; mas balls and silver bells. We commend .these Christmas Sugar Wafers to you' because although they look festive, they, are quick and easy to cut out and the decoration is baked on. Cnriilmtt Sugir Waftri . Ingredients: W cup (1V4 pound) enriched margarine, Hi cups sifted confectioners' sugar, 1 egg (separated), 1 teaspoon vanilla, 13i cup unsifted flour, Vs. teaspoon' salt, 1 teaspoon water, 1 teaspoon confectioners' s u g a r , - M cup chopped nuts, candied cherries. Method: Cream margarine anc H$ cups confectioners' sugar. He serve 1 tablespoon egg white; adt remaining while and yolk with vanilla to creamed mixture. Adi flour and salt and mix until dougl can be shaped into 'a ball v:itl hands. Divide ball in half. Plac one half "between "two pieces o waxed paper (which have .beei dusted generously with flour) or 01 a - w e l l floured pastry cloth. Ro! out in a rectangle about 7W by 1 inches. Dip cutting edge of knife i flour and .cut dough into bars, eac 1W by 214 inches. Place bars o greased cookie sheet. Jlix reserve egg white witli .water and confei tioncrs' sugar. Brush 'tops of bars Decorate with nuts a n d candie cherries. Hake in a moderate (3J degree) oven 12 to 15 minutes. Re peat, using remaining dough. Make 10 cookies. Seven limes as manyipeople.liv in New York City today as occu ied all North 'America" north i Mexico when Columbus arrived. Severance . .{; SEVERANCE -- S e v e r a n c e mothers are sponsoring a hot lunch project .for the school, .anrvi£ it proves satisfactory, it will become permanent. Mrs. Roy Schneider is chairman oE the mother's 'commil- tee. Mrs. JaVe Houston has" been engaged as cook, and two mothers of the dis^net will assist her each day. The first day of ( the experiment, 71 pupils had their Junchj at e price of 20 cents each.' Seventy wo. were served'the second day. meeting is to -be*:held- at -the hool house Friday afternoon, and members of the school-board ave been invited- to ,attend for irther consideration of the project. Mrs, Jo Barkley.-has been named lairman oE the committee toiwork the Christmas 'program for the chool, which will be given Dec. 22. Two pupils of the school, Dean ritzier of the second grade.and his stcr, Sharron, a first'grade pupil-, re leaving the district. They-will nroll in the Galeton school. They re-children oE Mr. and Mrs. Ed ritzier who will move from the arm southwest of Severance to a a r m - a t Galeton. The" family plans o go to the new location'this week- nd. . The Severance basketball team in \c first game of the season beat .aGrange, with a score of 23 to 21. 'he game was played-on an out- ido court. A practice game "with be junior high school at Windsor vns played before the game at La-range. AND,THEN .ENJOY 101 HOI IN COS"'' f OH OH- IU|I SIK« ***· I A V I Served With ; Solitaire Coffee ; ', S P E C I A L T H I S W E E K - E N r- .···'··;«£ E V E R Y D A Y FRUIT CAKE MIX KkSl BAKING POWDER NESTLES MORSELS CHOCOLATE Premium, . 8 , o z . . : WALNUTS; .KSii^iU^ PECANS Paper-SKeM,. 1 lb, _ _ S|UGAK Powdered or'Brown, ,1 ; lb.._j '5UGAK' -Great Weslerrir"5 lb. hag-_I 47c 22c 40c 57c 69c 12c 50c ni I I C AVe Carry A Complete Una Of Fruit Cake Mixes' IN OUR S T O R E 1 FRIDAY ""^SATUR ^ - :-"-:·:·-=10:00 a.m.---jSiOO-p.m. - , . , . . '.··;/;.: -.= :. .. Special Christmas Offel- Packages (Any FJavor) s' I (Just slice and bake) and Receive ONE 10x14 COOKIE SHEET s · Make Fancy Christmas Cookies The Easy Way Use Dottie's Homemade Frozen Cookie Dough a* · , basic for all your Christmas Cookie Baking. Get your FREE; Co.py of her "Dress 'Em Up" ideas at our store Friday, arid. Saturday. . ' · ; ; ;· ; ; · · / ^ ^:'-\'."'t-''' l .'-.\' · '.· ·'·;: '-.:h--: --y P.S. HOPE ;YOU" ENJOY' r E V E R Y D A Y Solitaire. 1 lb. can Dampened, Spirits LOS ANGELES Wl--A^'distrau woman poured out-her .-troubles'to Dr. Frank Nolan about her »lco : iclic hu'sh'and. , , ."lias he tried A.A.?" the sympa- hetic tide tor. asked her. ; , "IJe must have," she said, "He fias drunk everything-else," INDIAN GRILL CHEF'S RECIPE COFFEE Tine Giant IIIIC Package OATS CORNFLAKES GRAPE NUTS 95c '*jrre6li ^etqctea f-^roauc luce TOMATOES Tube of 4 . Quaker, . ' · targe package MO ITAKSERINES w^. ORANGES Naveu"2 a 52 size L Ibs. Z9C Post Toasttes, 12 oz. pkg. 19c 18c E V E R Y D A.Y ON THE FAMILY TRAVEL PLAN For children, travel is sugar-coated education. They not only enjoy it but .profit from . it. They see new places, mMt new people, giving knowledge and poise that go b«- : yond "book learning." " ' , . t . . ' ', , Union Paciiii makes family.travel easy on the pocketbook. Only one parent pays full . rail fare. Others pay one-half to quo-quarter fare depending on age'.. * . - ' - · : . So plan to take' the youngster*' with; you. Find put.irom you* nearest .Union' Pacific repre- · .sentatiye how,litUe.it cost*. UNION PACIFIC R A I L R O A D Omila' Lean-Tender Tasty lb, Well-Trimnicd-Very Little Bone PORK ROASTS : Fresh-Leah ; . ' " : · ' .-.'.-«. . '· GROUND BEEF Tender-Tempting CUBE STEAK Pure Pork-1 lb. Cello Roll SAUSAGE ARMOUR'S STAR 3 lb. Ibs. lb. PORK IS CHEAP! We adjasl oir everyday prices according to the Market.;;Yoii will find Top Qulity Meals at the lowest pos- siblr price !· pir Meat Qeparjinent. 100 foot roll . ' TOILET TISSUE COCONUT Bakers', 8 oz. Parkdale, No. 300 can PINEAPPLE JUICE PEACHES ----;--- .'';\ .-' 20c 32c 29c 24c '. Shurfine, 46 oz, Del Monle; No; 2'/i 33c S P E C I A L T H I S W E E K - E N D TONER'S Peanut Butter 13 oz. Jar J-di; ; s OLEO E V E R Y D A Y GLEN EDEN, I Lb. . . . 18 S P E C I A L T H I S W E E K - E N D Cake Mix SOUP · SWANSnOWN, . Choc., Yellow, White, Package '---E V E R Y D A Y Campbell's Tomato, Can 10 I · THE NEW 1909 9th St. Phone 4670 IDEAL FOOD MARKET Right reserved to limit quantitU* - None Sold To Dealers '".ft

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