Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on July 11, 1957 · Page 24
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.Twenty-four Logansport, Indiana, 'Pharos-Tribune American Family Menu OUTDOOR MEAL prepared by Boy Scouts consist of pancakes mnd bam and cheese made into double-deck sandwiches. BY GAYNOR MADDOX, NE/V Food and Markets Editor . Cookouts and overnights are fa- verite activities of Boy Scouts because it helps thorn to earn merit badges and honors.- We -learned that one of their favorite recipes for breakfast cook- puts is ham and cheese pan sans. Slices of Swiss cheese and boiled ham alternating between layers of golden brown pancakes are guaranteed to satisfy "man-sized" appetites. Plenty of hot maple or maple-Wended syrup is a must. Charles E. Beck of Lansing, 111., father of two Scouts and Scout leader .of a group of 12, gave us this information based on his experience. "Part of camping," according to our expert, "is teaching these junior citizens how to pitch a tent, to build a campfire as well as to cook their own meals. The boys learn fast about using easy-to-carry foods with many uses. Pancake mix a favorite." Ham and Cheese Pan Sans (,2 servings) Pancakes: One cup milk, 1 egg, 1 cup pancake mix, 1 tablespoon melted butter, 2 slices boiled ham, 2 slices Swiss cheese, maple or maple-blended syrup. For the- pancakes, place milk, egg, pancake mix and melted butter in shaker'or glass jar. Shake vigorously 10 to 15 times or until hatter is fairly smooth. Pour about 1-3 cup baiter for each pancake onto a hot, lightly greased griddle. Bake to a golflen brown, turning only once. While panc'akes are baking, fry ham slices. Stack 3 pancakes: with cheese on one, and ham on the other and top with third. Serve with syrup. j Note: One cup diluted evaporated j milk may be substituted for fresh milk. TOMORUOW'S DINNER: Blended tomato and clam or grapefruit juice, frizzled ham', pancakes, but- is ter or margarine, raw vegetable salad, cantaloupe filled with ice cream,-coffee, tea,'milk. Looking for a new flavor in homemade ice cream? Weil, here's 1 one you'll welcome. Spiced Peach Ice Cream (Z'/i pints) Four to 6 canned cling peach halves (approximately), 1 teaspoon unflavored gelatin, 1 cup milk; Va cup sugar, few grains salt, Vt teaspoon cinnamon, Vs teaspoon nutmeg, V» teaspoon cloves, -2 cups table cream. Drain peaches thoroughly, and crush or force through sieve to make-1 cup pulp. Soften gelatin in '/I cup milk, fieat remaining milk with sugar, salt and spice. Dissolve softened gelatin in hot rrii.lk. Cool. Stir in peaches and cream. Pour into refrigerator tray, place in freezing_compartment with control set at lowest temperature and freeze until firm.. Tu/n into chilled bowl and beat with rotary. beater until smooth and fluffy. Return to freezing compartment and freeze until firm. Reset temperature control to normal. A new salad is always hot- weather news. This is certainly new— and equally good. Rainbow Garden Salad (4 servings) One-half cup ripe olives, 1 me- Orient Lodge No. 272 F. and A.M. Stated Meeting Friday Evening, 7:30 o'clock. All Master Masons welcome. CLETUS C. FITZ, W.M. MAROCCO'S FRIDAY & SATURDAY SPECIAL DOUBLE COUPON DAYS TWO COUPONS WITH EACH RECORD PURCHASE OF IP's or 45'S Savo Coupons for Free Records Open Friday 9 to 9—Closed Saturday 5 p. m. \ Notice Cass County Young Democrats Joint Meeting with 2nd District July 11,'7:30 P.M. Fairvisw Park To Prepare For State Convention July 26-27 DONUTS At Your Favorite . GROCERY, RESTAURANT, or )4tft and Broadway FOSFOODVALVES Ray's Butter Milk 2 29c SEVEN-UP LITTLE CHEF O Bottlni ploj dop'it THE ALl FAMILY D'RfNK - QUENCHES YOUR THIRST RED KIDNEY BEANS PORK AND BEANS BUTTER BEANS RED BEANS 25c No 300 WHITE HOUSE ICED TEA PALMOll VE TOILET SOAP 10 bars 99c FRESH GREEN ONIONS 3 bunches 19c -QUALITY MEATS- FRESH FRYERS whol ° or c pl u d p 43c The»» Fryer* ar» 0»tlv«(r»t( Fr»ih Daily VEAL ROASTS CHOICE BEEF STEAK Bonelau—No waire Pound Chuck Cut TQ- Pound 3VC OBNUWE HAM SALAD (Kraut*) carton 49c »p< Home Grown Freih Picked GREEN BEANS 2 LB 29c NOTICE-NEW STORE HOURS MONDAY THRU THURSDAY 7 a. m. to 6 p. m. FRIDAYS 7 a. m. to 9 p. m. SATURDAYS 7 a. m. to 6 p. m. FloVor-Kist BUTTER COOKIES pkg. 25c KRAUT'S 218 EAST MARKET PHONE 4156 or 4157 FOR PRM DELIVERY dium-sized carrot, 1 green.onion, 2 cups finely shredded cabbage. % cup thiniy sliced red radish, 2 tablespoons finely cut .greet pepper, % (3-ounc'e) package cream cheese, Vi cup buttermilk, 1 tablespoon lemon juice, % teaspoon sslt, dash of Tabasco sauce, dash dry mustard, dash black pepper. Cut olives into, large' pieces. Grate carrot coarsely. Slice onion thin. Combine all vegetables, and olives. Soften, che'se with a fork and gradually Wend in buttermilk- and lemon juice. Mix in salt, Tabasco sauce, mustard and pepper. Pour over vegejable mixture and mix lightly. ' SUNDAY'S DINNER: Roast turkey, celery stuffing, giblet gravy, curried pineapple, baked potatoes, garden-peas, rolls, butter or margarine, mixed green salad, with cucumbers, spiced peach ice cream, coffee, tea, milk. Read the Classified Ads One .Injured In Collision PERU, Ind—One person was injured in an autotruck collision at 8:20 a.m. Wednesday at the intersection o£ the Ur S., highway 31 and state. road 16 north -of Peru nine miles, according to the re : port of State Trooper Ward Gillan, who investigated. Ned Gerber, 61, of Bunker Hill, was treated'at. Dukes Memorial riding with him, escaped injury. Damage to the truck was estimated at $100, while the car, which overturned, was a total loss. Trooper Gillan charged .Maudlin with failure to yield right of way in an affidavit filed in the Mexico justice of the peace court. hospital for lacerations of the scalp for an ice-cream social. and right arm and abrasions on the leg. . . • He was enroute north in a 1951 -model sedan when a three-lounths ton truck owned by the American Linen company and operated by Ira M. Maudlin, 42, of route' 5, Logansport, was 'driven east on state road 16 in front of the car, according to Trooper Ward Gillan, who investigated. i Maudlin and his son, who wasi Thursday Evening, July II, I9.3T. Farm Group Plans Ice Cream Social Clinton township Farm Bureau will meet at 8 o'clock Friday evening 1 'at the home of Byron Powlen In the event of rain, the affair will take place at the Clymers school. Members are requested to bring OPEN i Friday Nitei Shop B Brumbaugh's J • Men's Wear Sale I • i FOR COOLER Comfort this summer install STATIONARY OR ROLL UP ALUMINUM AWNINGS Also, any size gabl* and roof ventilators. FREE ESTIMATES Phone 3666 I'/iMi. North on 17 table service and a pie, or half a cake. • The committe in .charge is composed of Mr. and jirs. Earl Rinehart, Mr. and Mrs. Byron Powlen, Mr. and'Mrs. Dick Patterson, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bryan, Mr. Harry; Dietrich' and Miss Esther Diet-i rich. Jim White Fire Insurance Ph. 2491 MAD! MAD! DETROIT (UP) ~ A double feature making the rounds of Detroit theaters these daps: "Twelve Angry Men," and ' Tiliree Violent People." Card of Thanks We wish to thank friends and relatives for their kindness, sympathy and beautiful floral offerings upon the death of our loved one, Don Reason. Mrs. Don Reason and Family Mr. and Mrs. Claude Reason and Family Mrs, Lilia Tomlinson and Family CLOSED SATURDAY A P. M. BRING THIS COUPON GOOD ONLY FROM 6 p. m. to 9 p. m. Friday, July 12th BAZLEY'S LAYER SLICED BACON 2_49c BAZLEYS GLOVBKLANE COLBY CHEESE Pound 39c These Prices Gb'od with Coupon Only Good Friday froim 6 p.m. till 9 p. tn. only YOU SAVE 35c '••••• • CLOSED SATURDAY 6 P.M. CALIFORNIA TT — Of Si ONIONS *-£, 2 lb ,19c CAL»FO»NJA - FRESH, CRrSP • , ' PASCAL CELERY Mk 19c VALUES PRESH-U. S. NO. 1 PEACHES H .r2 lb .29c FRESH VINE RIPENED CANTALOUPES FOR YOUR BUDGET Yellow Meafed EACH KRAFTS - IT'S NEW N -i***<£ 33c 49c 49c 33c FRUIT PUNCH KRAFT'S Orange Drink 2 DONALD DUCK Orange Juice 2 KRAFTS-DELUXE SLICED CHEESE American or Plmonto KRAFTS CHEEZWHiZ STA-PLO STARCH RAY'S BUTTERMILK 2 0 ,29c MANOR HOUSE COFFEE IN """ 5J »;99c BLISS COFFEE a 85c U. S. D. A. CHOICE G6vT.>GHADtO ,.;-,: 89 d UQU ° 35c STEAK 2: z ». 79 C FRESH LEAN BONELESS PORK LOINS FRESH-AIL BEEP GROUND BEEF FRESH LEAN-BOSTON STYLE • PORK ROAST SA .43* SMOKED , I U S. a. A. Choico Govt. CSradorf Sausage ,„ 59c Boiling Beef u , lOc PIZZA CRACKERS SMUCKERS STRAWBERRY PRESERVES 3:.':1.00 NOTICE! NEW STORE HOURS MONDAY, TUBSDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAYS 8 A. M. TO 6 P, M. WEDNESDAYS 8 A. M, to 12 NOON FRIDAY 8 A. M. to 10P.M. Open Fri. Nite - Close Sot. Nite KIRKS CASTILE SOAP ZEST BATH SIZE DEL MONTE HALVES or SLICED PEACHES MUSSULMAN APPLE SAUCE VAN CAMPS PORK and BEANS Rowdy Dog Food No. 3D3 Cant Rag. Cans 25* 25* WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES BOLLEI I FARRER 20(705 BURLINGTON AVE. LOGANSPO ZEST REG. SIZE Bttr 12c LAVA SOAP REG. SIZE OXYDOl 2 ..23c 2,. 31c 2 _ 25c hr 33c

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