Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 29, 1955 · Page 6
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· Page 6 GREELEY TRIBUNE Thursday, Ott. 29, 19551 New Year's Eve Supper ' »y CECILY BUOWNSTONE ' Ajic.c!«t«d Pi»t Food Editor Here's your plain 'anc fancy New Year.'s Eve Supper, "lain because il features substantial slices of good turkey and cranberry sal ;, deviled eggs and potato salad. Fancy because it also has a jellied Fruit Ring. -Slices of light fruit cake -- fro.n your holiday cache ···-- and hoi coffee will make a fine : ending. ·" The turkey slices can como from « bird you have roasted the ' s t a n d a r d way. Or i( you arc for- "'lunate enough lo be able to buy lurkey pads, or have Ineni ir. yiur ·' own freezer or locker, you can . u s e . the following Poached Turkey recipe. The jellied cranberry s.iuce for ihe cen 1 - of the Im' y platter may bn canned or made at home in '. a prelly mold. For (he deviled .eggs and potato salad, use your o\TM favorite recipes. The Jellied Fruit Ring will lake little doing. Here's how, 1 Po»chtd Turkty Ingredients: 6 pounds boneless turkey breast roll and thighs, 1 tablespoon tall, 1 teaspoon while pepper, Vt cup lurkey brolh, cold lurkey broth. Method: Arrange the lurkey meat, skin-side up in a heavy pan : wilh Ihe pieces of dark meat on the ·.hollom. Sprinkle w i l h . salt and pepper. Add the V4 cup brolh', or a little more if'necessary! so il just covers the bottom of the pan. Cover tighlly. Simmer (do not boil) until meat is jusl fork-tender -2 lo 2V4 hours. Cool brolh and turkey meal separately as rapidly as possible. Cover turkey meat with cold brolh and refrigerate prorfipl- ly. J.llitd Fruit Ring · Ingredients: 2 packages lemon gelatin. I large red aprle, W cup lemon juice, 1 carlon (12 ounces) cottage cheese (small nrd style), 1 package lime gelati.i, salad 'greens, salad dressing (if desired). Method: Make up lemon gclalin according lo package d' -ctions; cool but do not refrigerate. Hour nbout % cup ot the cool gelatin into » 2 to 2Vi quart mold. Refrigerate uulil firm. Quarler and ·' slice apple very thin; do nol p^'Dip apple slices into lei juice : .to keep from discoloring. Place '."about 8 slices on lop of the f i r m ·I gelatin in the'mold. Pour mire lemon gelatin over apples lo bare- -=ly cover them but not enough to : -make them float.'Refrigerate again ''until firm. Chop remaining apple slices very fine. Mix chopped apple with \1 hul Vi cup. ot the remaining lemon gelatin and pour inlo - mold. Ketnrn lo -refrigerator unti : firm. Drain cottage cheese and mix with remaining rt cup lemon gelatin. Pour over firm gel*tin In mold. Refrigerate until firm. Make up lime gelatin According to package directions; cool but do not refrigerate, Pour over firm cottage cheese layer. Chil! until firm. Serve garnished wilh salad jreens and, if desired, with * favorite *Had dressing. Makes about 10 servings. Dtvlttd I|fl Hre are hints that will be helpful in preparing t h e - s t u f f e d eggs. If you want lo put the yolk fixture through a pastry tube, b« sure to sieve rather than mash the eggs with a fork! , Deviled ham or mlncec anchovies will add zest lo the egg-yolk stuffing Along wilh soft butler, lemon juice, prepared mustard, Worcestershire sauce, salt, pepper . nd mayonnaise. A sprig of parsley or a tiny star cut from canned pii licnlo will look pretty perching in the center of rack stuffed egg half. : Cranberry Garr.!sh I you use a can of jellied cranberry sauce for the center of your turkey plalEer, you cn make il look like a -at candle hy s t a n d i n g it upright, rippling the top with a knife or spoon, and inserting ft "wick 11 made from a leify yellow celery heart. 1955 Recorded Many Peaks and Set New Records By HAL BOYLE NEW YOIIK HI - 11 tj time \ Policeman Convicted · of Littering Highway :Wi!h 'Ticket Carbons' .."·· EL. CAJON, Calif, (fl -A police- · ! man was convicted Tuesday of lit; Bering the highway with carbon pa' pars from two speeding tickets he i had written. : The complaining witnesses were, '· naturally, the two motorcycliits : who got .the tickets. ;_ : Fined $25 .with .415 of it sus- ', pended was Officer R. B. Pressing. ! .He hail ticketed L. H. Harris, 20, ' 'of San Diego, and Leslie Moore, 23, of El Cajon for speeding. They said they', left the scene i nrt returned, found the -carbons : 'and decided to make a citizen's : arrest charging littering. Pressing · pleaded innocent but the carbons : were' submitted in evidence. Mu' nicipal Judge Fenlon , Garficld * found the officer guilty. · Harris and Moore already had paid fines of $11 each for speeding. Johnstown... JOHNSTOWN -- Highlight of Ihe Christina's season for the teenager crowd was the Sanla Laiy? ball given by the Rainbow girls Tuesday night at the Elks club in Level and, Dick Baker's orchestra played for the annual formal clance. Over 250 attended wIV included 30 from Johnstown. Alex Reichert, son of the C. E. Milners of Johnslown -vas one of the high 10 beet growers in Prospect' Valley. : ; Mr. and Mrs, John Marcon and Mr. and Mrs. George Webber of Johnstown shared Christmas dinner with M r . ' a n d Mrs. C a r I ( M h I e r of Greeley. The Marcons stayed over lo t a k e * backward look at 1955 and figure what kind of * year it, has been. . It was, above all, i year of prosperity for everybody and everything--from the common man to the common cold, The nation earned its highest income in history, and loan offices did 2 land office business. Times vere so good t h a t inmates of an Alabama prison printing shop even icgnn making their own money. The price of pork fell, and every groi-p ate higher on the hog except the farmers who raise the pork-- and maybe the Republican party. U was' a year in which it became possible to win $100,000 on a television quiz, contest, and . · fellow who bought a new Cadillac met the jeer; "What's the mailer, ·lupid, .couldn't you answer the $61,000 question?" It was a year in which the booming, organ voice of Sir Winslon Churchill was stilled in retirement, leaving a world ftill stirred with mighty echoes. It was year in vkich a new author, Harry S. Tnzzsia, made his first Teal bvi /« li* Xoble literary priie. It wa.1 a year ia Triuiiti Santa Claus met a fcrmldicEe competitor in philanthropy, Santa tcok care of you and me, and the Ford Foundation took care of the private colleges and hospitals. H was a year in which parents learned why Johnny can't read, but nobody took the trouble lo discover just how many parents the weekend, Mr, and Mrs. C J. Pace were hosts to Mr, and Mrs. John Fry and Billy of Fort Morgai. on Christmas day. Yule guesls at the iXorcoe Sampsons were Mr. and Mrs. Fred ·tflrich of Denver, Mr. and Mrs. :Dick ShulEz of Brunning, Neb, and Mrs. Jenny Hadley of. Greeley. ; Thurman Hays was host to his family at Christ as dinner. 1 ,sc present were Mr. and Mrr. taryll -Williams a " son of Ixmia Linda, Calif., Mr.'and Mrs. Chct Hays and : family, Mrs. Ron aid a Mast and /family and Mrs. Maude Hill. \ Mr. and Mrs. Lester Layton are jparents of a son born Dec. 26 at fWcld County General hospital. He · has been named Mark Edward. [They Layfons have "ve other boys : and one girl. thpmselves still remember how to read. It was (he year in which Russian leaders graduated with honors from the Geneva charm school, (hen forgot their lessons and went light on hack to acting like Russians again, It was a year when man finally localiied his major wars down to riots, rebellions and revolutions, tut Mother Nature ran wild \vith floods, hurricanes, droughts and tornadoes. · Tt : ; .,j3 a year in which Notre Dame lost a football game and .the New York Yankees'lost · World cries. Here are a few nominations for 1935: Biggest surprise ~of the year-Ihe French . overturned another cabinet (or was it four cabinels?)". Most popular industrialist--Heinz Nordhoff/president of a West German auto firm, who said in upholding a six-day work, week: "Most people live only to escape themselves. For them, another weekday without work would only increase the emptiness and dis consolateness caused by idling away spare time." Most publicized wedding--The A?'IrCIO marriage. (But which was the bride?) Scientific advance least likely to succeed--a British love test machine which seeks to tell hy measuring tfie brain waves of a boy and girl -whether they ought to marry each other. Most far-reaching development in government--the decision of the British post office, once and for all, to quit supplying escorts to drunks who wish to mail themselves home. AH in all, 1955 has been quite a year, one with less fear and THE NEW 1909 9th St. · , Phone .4670 IDEAL MARKET Right reserved to limit quantities -Non* Sold To Dealers HAPPY NEW YEAR WE WILL BE CLOSED BOTH NEW YEAR'S DAY, JAN. 1 AND MONDAY JAN. 2. WE WILL C L O S E 7 P.M. NEW YEAR'S EVE. Large Package Pillsbury, Pkg. . BISQUICK Hot Roll Mix JELL-0 7 P,^r Puddin' Cake Mix X11II A Arm Hammer, JV1/M i ib. P kg. . . Py-o-my Serves 6 Pkg. . . 39 28 . .7' 31 11 KRAFT'S ITALIAN SALAD I 8 OZ. BOTTLE Popcorn ROBB ROSS, 2 LB. BAG 30 XELLOGG'S CORN FLAKES 12 oz. pkg.... CHASE 'AND SANBORN C O F F E E 43 2 OZ. INSTANT (lOc DEAL Kraft's Salad or Horse-radish, 6 oz. Jar . . Pkg. IV Garden, can TOMATOES Magic No ·' AJAX SAUCE Hein " Can 57, 8 oz. bottle . lie 29c MEADOW GOLD CHEESE 12 oz. ctn, . . . . MRS. TUCKER'S 3 LB, SPECIAL CAN 53 Toj Quality Tfteats SOUP SALMON Campbell's Tomato, Can Chum, , Tall can Bar-None, -Imitation Maple, 24 oz. Bottle . . . . Kuner's Tender Garden, No. 303 can -Navy Missiles WASHINGTON -- Captive TM.!- liles being ; tesied. by the Navy travel al a 'speed faster than sound -- so fast that they.melt the metal- kaclc guideVurfacti They thus ricfe «· liquid metal. more prosperity and laughs then we have known for a long time. Tops Europe's Trees KNOXVILLE, Tenn, -- G r e a t Smofcy Mountains National Park, embracing an area 5( miles long and 19 miles wide, has 29 peaks more than a mile high and 16 above ;,CCO fsel. On the jlopes jre forests containing 152 kinds of trees (all Europe has only 85) and more t h a n (,000 different types of plant Hfe, ;he greatest variety found in any one area in the temperate zone. ( J PEAS CLUB CRACKERS GERBER'S TEA BAGS OLIVES FRISKIES Supreme, 1 Ib. Box Baby Food, Junior, Can McCormick Black, 48's Sunland Spiced Green, 41/2 oz. Jar ' Dog Food, 1 Ib. can 2 10c 49j! 34c 18c 33c lOc 89c 32c 27c Swift's Premium Fully Cooked w»i or Shank Half Well Trimmed FULL CUT BUTT HALF . Ib. 53c LEAN-TENDER PORK CHOPS CENTER CUTS . Ib. ARMOUR'S STAR-READY TO EAT PICNIC HAMS 4 to 8 Ib. avg. . . Ib. WILSON'S CORN KING BACON i" N STR " KED Ib. cello pkg. 39 PILLSBURY ANGEL FOOD CAKE MIX 39 SHOULDER END OF LOIN PORK ROAST 2 to 6 Ib. avg. . . Ib. 33 FRESH-LEAN-PURE- GROUND BEEF 3 Ibs. W«, at ld*al, wish to take this opportunity to thank you, our customers, for your.piilfonag* during the time we Stave been in bur New Store. Your supcrt has been very gratifying. We r e s o l v e that during 1956, we will strive to serve you better. T h a n k s again. And A Happy New Year To Each of You. ·

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