Twelve Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune American Family Menu THESE INDIVIDUAL steamed work out or Christmas pudding. BY GAYNOR MADDOX NEA Food and Markets Editor The fragrance of fruit - filled Christmas pudding steaming in your oven need not mean hours of hard work.' We've discovered a no-bake, quick - to - prepare fruitcake. Perfected by home economists in Minneapolis, the mystery of this easy fruitcake is: a cak«: made from a mix, then crumbled, combined with fruit and nuts and held together with a fluffy white frosting—also packaged mix. The mixture is then packed into molds and steamed only 30 minutes. Steamed Fruit Pudding One package honey spice cake mix, 2 cups candied mixed fruit, % cup each red and green cherries, % cup seedless raisins, V-. cup dates, cut up; 2 cups pecan fruitcakes-lake the hot, -hard They can be made in half hour. i nalves, 1 package fluffy white fros ing mix. Bake honey spice cake mix two 8-inch layers as directed package. Cool. Crumble :l laye into large bowl. Add fruit and nut Make frosting according to pac age directions. Add % of frostin to cake-fruit-nut mixture. Stir wi spoon or toss together with hand until mixture is blended togetlie Pack mixture into weU-gre:asecl dividual gelatin molds. Cover foil. Steam 30 minutes. Let stan 5 minutes before removing fro molds. To remove pudding, ta mold lightly against 'table surfac so pudding will slide out on ser ing plate. Serve warm, toppe with hard sauce. Hard Sauce One-half cub butter (1 stick), cup sifted confectioners' sugar, •"•-QUAUTY FOOD -BUDGET PRICED' FRESH-PEARL-OLD FASHION-COUNTRY FLAVOR SAUSAGE Pound Roll 33c RING BOLOGNA, 35c GROUND BEEF 43c BEEF LIVER —s-39c COFFEE >use; h Mono re COFFEE Pound TENDER Pound Buy Your Favorite Brand Ib. Maxwell House; Manor House; folgers; Chase & Sanborn; Hills; Monarch. 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THIRD OPEN FRIDAY M!TE 'TIL 8 egg while, unbeaten; ] /i teaspoon vanilla or 1 tablespoon brandy. Cream butler until soft. Gradually blend in sugar. Beat in egg white. Add vanilla or brandy. Chill before serving. Note: Frost second layer with rtst of frosting. TOMORROWS DINNER: Cold sliced turkey, cranberry jelly, casserole of spaghetti and cheese, canned green beans, enriched biead, butter or margarine, leftover pumpkin pie, coffee, tea, miik. Enjoy fried chicken? Then December will be your month. According to the United States Department of Agriculture reports, broilers and fryers top the list of foods to be in abundant supply. So will turkeys and pork. There will also be large supplies of apples, winter pears, oranges, grapefruit and cranberries. So let's eat. Here's the complete' list: Broilers and fryers, turkeys, pork, canned and frozen peas, almonds, filberts, apples, winter pears, 'oranges, cranberries, grapefruit, dates. Baked Chicken Salad (Makes 6 servings) Two cups diced cooked chicken, I..cup chopped celery, 1/3 cup chopped celery, 1/3 cup chopped green peppers, % teaspoon salt, dash pepper, 1 tablesoon mincecf onion, i tablesoon (3 teaspoons) Snow Blamed For Rash of Auto Crashes Slick highways due to the snow which fell Tuesday morning caused a rash of auto accidents in Cass and neighboring counties, most of ihfcm of a minor nature, according to reports to the Cass county sheriff's department. Ross Helms, 6li, of route 5, city, was headed south on state road 29 north of Burlington at 10:15 a.m. when his 1955 model sedan slid on the ice-covered pavement until it was crossways in the road. Pauline Guge, 38, of Burlington, who was headed south, was too close to stop and her 1954 model car struck the right side of Uie Helms auto, according to the re- prepared mustard, % cup mayon- lu.ise, '& cup crushed potato chips, cranberry 'sauce. . Combine ali ingredients except potato chips and cranberry sauce and toss, lightly. Place in lightly greased casserole; top wilh po- tatochips and garnish '.with dabs of cranberry sauce. Bake in a hot oven (400 degrees: F;) about 20 minutes or until piping hot and browned. port to the local sheriff's office. Damage was, estimated at $175 to the Guge auto and ?50 to the Helms car. Mrs. Barbara Miller, 23, of 316V2 Market street, was enroute north on U. S. highway^ 35 three miles north of Logansport at 11:15 a.m. when the 1952 model sedan she was driving hit a slick spot in the road and spun around twice, hitting 'a tree near the Mar-Jo-Wood motel and then bouncing off into another tree. The occupants were uninjured but damage to the car owned by her brother, Robert Doran, was estimated at $200. Deputy Sheriff George Shanks investigated. A car driven by Mrs.. Guy Reish, .route 5, went into the ditch east of the city at Cass station, .and authorities reported a number of j other autos in the ditch between (here and Wabash on U. S. high- |vvay 24. • .. • Minor property damage was caused when a car crashed into the rear of a pick-up truck on a county road near the PUgah church northwest of Logansport at ii p.m. Monday. George Banta, 63, of route 6, turned onto a blacktop road from a gravel road in his truck. Mac Bowyer, route 3, who was driving a 1957 model car on the blacktop road, skidded on fresh stone and was unable to stop his vehicle before it struck the rear, of the truck. Damage was estimated at $150 to $200 to the car. Only the rear win- liow of tiie truck was jarred out >-.y the impact. Wednesday Evening, December 4, I99f. Bake Sale MOODY'S RUG CLEANING Sat. at Foster's Furniture Store by Guaranteed and Insured—Ph. 7716 Fidelity Chapter 0. E. S. 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