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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 10

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, July 10, 1957
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.Tin Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune American Family Menu of the pan and building up the edges. Bake 30 to 35 minutes at 425 degree F. Fill with ice cream (about 114 quarts) and top with strawberries. Large Puffs With Seafood a la Newberg (8-8 servings) Mix carefully: 2 cups hot,medium white sauce, 2 egg yolks, beat- Just before serving, stir in: 1 tablespoon sherry or lemon juice, 12 cups cooked seafood, in large FREE AT FRIENDLY MERCHANTS EVERYWHERE Serve hot in large cream puffs. Garnish with parsley and pimento strips. MONDAY'S DINNER: Cold sliced turkey, tomato and green pepper relish, potato patties, lima beans, celery and radishes, poppy-seed rolls, butter or margarine, cream puff pie, coffee, tea, milk. • 2011 North Strut Phon. 4789 • HEAT RELIEF is waiting in this icy array oJ. lemonade mad* " from frozen concentrate, served in various shaped rlasses, BY GAYNOR MADDOX, lool-proof and worry-proof cream puff mix. The mix comes in a two-stick box (price about 29 cents) that makes 12 large, 16 medium and 80 bite-size puffs. No mixing over heat required. Just add boiling water and egg. The same batter used for cream puffs and eclairs can be used for a pie shell. One stick of cream puff mix makes one shell. You just spread the batter thinly and evenly on the bottom of the pan, and build up the edges. The sides puff up and form an interesting shape, with room to pile the center high •with ice cream and whole fresh strawberries. NEA Food and Markets Editor OLD-FASHIONED lemonade is keeping step with modern life. Today, a quart can be made instantly with a six-ounce can of California frozen concentrate for lem- •onade. • Serve it in gobleLs or brandy Snifters with frosted rims. To •frost glasses, dip rims lightly in lemonade, then in sugar; chill. Frappe the lemonade in a blend- •.er and serve elegantly in champagne glasses with short straws. To make a- bout three cups of •trapped lemonade place contents of one six-ounce can frozen con- COFFEE centrale for lemonade and tnrec, Crcam Pllff pi e . p repare one •cu-ps finely cracked ice m chilled, slick cream pufr . mix accor . ding blender. Put top on blender. Kun, to packaKe directions. Spoon Mo blender._until consistency of snow,, 9 . in( , h pie pan| spreading dough thinly and evenly over the bottom a'oout 20 seconds. •' To give a Southern flair, serve :3n glass mugs with sprigs of bright •grewi mint. What could be cooler-looking than a long drink of lemonade in a Pilsener glass garnished with a ]emon slice a maraschino cherry and a sprig of mint? Here's another way: serve in squat juice glasses with .whole- cinnamon stick stirrer. To make ilirrers, string two whole-cinnamon sticks together on a toothpick. TOMORROW'S DINNER: Baked beans, frankfurters, brown hread, butter or margarine, red and green cole slaw, fresh blackberry pie, cheese, lemonade, coffee, tea milk. Myers Greenhouse. Dial 3996 Structural Steel Mervis Steel Co., Kokomo Phone 4121 CREAM puffs without anxiety, that's food news. We ate some recently when Jeanette Kelley, director of home economics for a Minneapolis food company, served them at a press luncheon in the Hotel Pierre in New York. There were chocolate eclairs for dessert. Both puffs and eclairs were made of their new NOTICE Burrough Barber Shop 525 E. Broadway WILL BE Open Til 7:00 p.m. On Friday's Closed Salm-days at 5 p.m. HOME KILLED MEATS STONY PIKE MARKET East Main Free Parking Phone 2316 THURSDAY-FRIDAY-SATURDAY .'PORK TENDERLOIN Ib. 89c PORK STEAK Ib. 49c PORK CHOPS Ib. 79c RIB STEAK Ib. 59c ROUND & SIRLOIN STEAK Ib. 69c CUBE STEAK Ib. 69c CHUCK R'OAST Ib. 39c WE SELL BEEF BY WHOLE-HALF-QUARTER Custom Butchering and Curing—Small Shop—Big Values WHOLESALE 8:00-5:30 RETAIL Open Monday thru Saturday 8:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. BETTER FOOD-BIGGER VALUE- rASTE-0-SEA - Heat and Eat FISH STICKS GROUND BEEF Delicious Fried or Barbecued CHOICE BEEF SIRLOIN STEAK Ib, 79c T-BONE STEAK Ib. 89c Box. Pkg. Lb. 29c 39c CANNED HAM Mayrose Boneleis and Skinless 5 Ib. tin ,$4.95 Your Favorite Brand Ib. Tin 89c YACHT CLUB COFFEE Ib. Tin Limit 79c CRISCO or MRS. TUCKER'S SHORTENING 3 ;rJ9c limit GODCHAUX PURE CANE SUGAR 10 99c BORlDEN'S VANILLA Ice Cream gaL99c Northern Wayne—A Spicy, Pleasing Flavor APPLESAUCE 2 Noc rs25c GOLD MEDAL FLOUR 25ba lgb $1.95 NAB»SCO CHEDDA BITS 6 oz pkg 19c CIDER VINEGAR c, 59c EPCO-lts Pickling Time WHIPPED DESSERT Kraft Topping : 39c LMTLE MUL SHELL OUT BEANS APPLE DUMPLINGS Jiody Lou Frozen—Try 'em—They're good 2 No 303 n r . Cans ZJC 59c COBBLERS POTATOES 50 ,-$198 RIVAL DOG FOOD 26 oz Can 19c Puss-n-Boots Cat Food 2 'i£ 29c YACHT CLUB TUNA CHUNK STYLE O Cans / 7C STORE HOURS Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 8 to 6 Wednesday 8 to T2 a.m. Friday 8 to 8 p. m. 711 NORTH THIRD YOUR STORE WITH KtNG-SIZEfD VALUES FRIGIDAIRE'S SPECIAL VALUE REFRIGERATOR-FREEZER ", THAT IS. . . COMPLETELY AUTOMATIC, Ai to Frost Elimination As to Stable Temperatures No frost to remove— No varying of temperature control— Extra large frozen storage compartment EXACTLY AS SHOWN *429.95 2 y»ari to pay NO MONEY DOWN WITH OlD REFRIGERATOR 315 Fourth Dial 3762 Reinforcing Steel Mervis Steel Co., Kokomo jPhone 4121 Electric Light Bills Due the 1st. Penalty added.'after July 15th. DON'T GAMBLE- WITH YOUR HEALTH When you buy cure-alls from an itinerant peddler the stakes are tragically high. The peddler may, in effect, be risking I/our health for a last profit. Since health is your most precious gift, rely on the community health team in the event of illness. See your family physician. Should he prescrib« medicine, our fully stocked prescription department is your assurance of prompt, courteous service. PORTER DRUG CO. 4th & Market Fred Krantx, R. Ph. Wednesday Evening, July 10, 195T. SERVICE ^FUNERAL HOME; EAST BROADWAY AT. 16TH PHONE 3030 LIFETIME GUARANTEE Ask us about it! NYLON SALE! Select and Save from our new stock of 3-T Nylon DeLuxe Super-Cushions .GOOD/YEAR SAFER, STRONGER NYLON...SALE PRICED! A real vacation find for safer turnpike travel this summer. A tremendous buy for in-town driving, too! Stronger-than-stcel heat resisting 3-T-Triple-Tcmpered Nylon Cord is exclusive with Goodyear. Processed by precisely controlled Tension, Temperature and Time, it makes this tire stronger, safer and longer lasting. And these low sale prices on Goodycar's exclusive 3-T Nylon DeLuxe Super-Cushions make this a tire value you can't afford to pass up. Stop, see us and save! As low as *1 7 JL a week puts you on 3-T Nylons in time for your vacation trip! PROVED BETTER BY DRAMATIC TBSTSl All popular sizes and styles at low Sale Prices! »n 4.00 » IS 4,70 > 19 7.10, IS 7,60 x 15 9.00 « 15 Ill* Th*«« C«* rfli old.r modoli of f Jymoutfi, ford, Ch.vrottl, Huffion, Noth, Slud«bak.r t-lli n.w.r tnoij.lt of Plymouth, font, Oi.vroUf, Hudion, Naih, Stud.bak.r Dodg., BulcH, Ma ill, Oldi, M.rcury, rontlac, Hudion luklc, Hvdian, Chryil.r, Oldi, D.5olo, Mercury, ?oAortl Cadillac, Oldi, CliryiUr, Lincoln, Packard •l.ik 1 Tgb.-typ. 9ALI raid* $ia.3o 19.93 22.13 24.23 26.60 d.wtll Tul»l.» 1ALI PDICI* 22.33 24.73 27.10 3O.2O Whit. 9 Tub. -Iff). JALI PHICI' 24.30 27.1O 29.63 32.60 K.W.* Tllb.l.ll lAU PHICI- 27.63 3O.3O 33.23 37.00 "Pltrt lox ond r.cdpixibU Hr. UnliarmcJ by pounding. A mounted j;ick-li;iniim-i- pounded it for 34 hours. Over a million blown couldn't breaker harm a single 3-T Nylon Cord. Unharmed by crushing. V/e applied 31,150 11)8. of pressure and managed only to crush the rim. The tire came out undamaged and ready for road service. Safer traction every wayl For «ure- footvdness Goodyear combines (I) saw' teeth rib etlfcct with f2) deep Stop- Notchcs, You LJ« super!) traction from 3-T Nylon Deluxe auper-Cuihioni. Your assurance of top tire value.. . "MOKE PEOPLE RIDE ON GOODYEAR TIRES THAN ON ANY OTHER KIND!" GOOD/YEAR SERVtCE STORE Open AH Day Wednesday Broadway at 6th Phon* 4269 TIRE SERVICE CO. 711 Burlington '' Garth Swlg«rt Phon* 2149 Nemo Kob.l

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