Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 19, 1957 · Page 20
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 20

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, June 19, 1957
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Twenty loganspori, Indiana, Pharos-Trltran* American Family Menu As red as the stripes in the flag, this luscious pie has the Fourth of July look. The recipe has also a romantic slant. Mary Ann Barthomy, of Henrietta, N. Y., won a red cherry pie baking contest against 150,000 girls between 14 and 21. But this isn't the prize-winning recipe. It's the one her favorite boy friend likest best. Cherry Pie Web Two No. 303 cans water packed pitted red sour cherries, 1 cup sugar, 2 tablespoons quick-cooking tapioca, 1 tablespoon cornstarch, Vt teaspoon salt, V's teaspoon mace, 2 tablespoons chopped almonds, % teaspoon almond extract, red food coloring, pastry for 2-crust, 9-inch pie, 1 tablespoon butter. Preheat oven (425 degrees F.). Drain cherries and reserve 1 cup juice. Mix sugar, tapioca, cornstarch, salt and mace in saucepan. Stir in the reserved cup of juice and cook over low heat, stirring constantly, until thick and clear. Add almonds, almond extract, cherries and a few drops of red coloring to make juice a good cherry red. Let mixture stand while preparing pastry. Line 9-inch pie pan with pastry. Pour in cherry mixture and dot with butter. Arrange lattice of pastry strips on top. Bake 40-50 minutes. Directions for Web Lattice Top • Roll out half of pastry into 12- inch circle. Cut 2 pastry circles Vi inch wide; 6'/4 and 4 inches in diameter, respectively. Cut single 2-inch circle for center. Reroll and cut remaining pastry into '/4 inch straight strips. Moisten outer rim of pastry in pie pan. Arrange some of the straight strips in spoke design. Top with circles. Cover entire rim of pie with pastry strips and press down to seal ends of all strips firmly. Bake as above. TOMORROW'S DINNER — Casserole of beef and fresh vegetables, fluffy rice, soft rolls, butler or margarine, tomato, green pepper and lettuce salad, red cherry pie web, coffee, tea, milk. ring constantly. Serve hot in bowl or pitcher for delicious ham sauce. This recipe was from Evelyn W. Stanley, Franklin, Vt. Maple Butter (I'/a cups) One cup maple syrup, % cup butter, melted. Cook syrup- until a small amount forms a soft ball in cold water (238 degrees F.). Add butter and beat with rotary beater until thick and creamy. Serve warm on gingerbread, waffles or hot biscuits, cold on slices of bread. This recipe was from Mrs. Henry Bezio, Williamstown, Vt. Sour Cream Maple Pie One cup maple sugar, 1 table- spoor^ flour. 1 teaspoon cinnamon (or less), 1 teaspoon allspice (or less), 1 egg, beaten; 1 cup sour cream, 1 unbaked pie shell. Combine sugar, flour and spices. Add cream to beaten egg. Then stir in sugar mixture. Pour into unbaked pie shell. Make at moderate (325 degrees F.) until just ;firm. This recipe, used for over 1100 years, is from Miss Nancy H. I Baker, Johnson, Vt. SUNDAY'S DINNER: Vermont maple-baked ham, baked sweet potatoes, green beans and small white onions, rye bread, watercress and cucumber salad, sour cream maple pie, iced coffee, iced tea, milk. Vermont's women have perfected delicious maple recipes. These certainly prove it. Maple-Baked Ham One ham for baking, l cup maple syrup for each 5 pounds ham (dark syrup preferred). Bake ham according to your usual method. When half done, remove half the drippings from pan. Add maple syrup to pan and continue baking, covered, until done. Remove cover a few minutes to brown if desired. You may use an uncovered pan and baste the ham with maple syrup. Sauce; One cup maple drippings, i cup water, 4 tablespoons flour. Blend flour into maple drippings, add water and bring to a boil, stir- Death Claims Marie Rhodes WALTON", Incl.—Mrs. Marie E. Rhodes, wife cif Joseph Rhodes, local harbor, died on her Blst birthday Tuesday at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Basil Slilsworlh, 422 Bast Third street, Peru. A lifelong resident of this community, she wa.s the daughter of John and Alvina Walker Bowman. She was a member or the Shiioh Lutheran church and War Mothers. Survivors are the husband, to •whom she was married Dec. 3, 1921; a son, finger, local postmaster: throe daughters, Mrs. Mary Slfl.sworth, Peru; Mrs. Jane Baker and Mrs. Alice Lonq of Walton, and .six grandchildren. Surviving also are four sisters, Mrs. Ori.s Rife, IjOgiinsnorl; Mrs. Alta Smith, Bluffton; Mrs. Lola Scagraves, Galveslon, rural route; Mrs. Flora Caldwell, Shirley, Ind.; and two brothers, Russell Rowman, Indianapolis; and Karl Bowman, Delphi. Final ritos will be held at 3 p.m. Thursday at the Wolf funeral home. Rev. Keith Kimtcy officiating. Interment will be in the Odd Fellows cemetery. The body is at the Wolf funeral home, where friends may call. Cancer Fund Below Quota $1,100 is still needed to meet the 1957 fund drive quota of the Cass county Cancer Society, it was announced by Mrs. Harry Newby Tuesday night, when the organization met at the city building. To date, the fund drive has readied a total of ?S,100.72, of its $6,251.30 quota. It was stated that those who have not yet sent in contributions may do so by mailing them either to Mrs. Harry Newby, 417 Wilkinson street, or to Cancer, in care of the Logansport post office. Reported by county units, the collections to date are as follows: Boone township, $186; Harrison, $188.50; Washington, $112; Jefferson, $75; Adams, $39; Miami, ?64.50; Onward Grange, $47; Bethlehem, $69; Deer Creek, $12fi;,Clay, $149; Walton, S73; Jackson, $96; Clinton, $78.50; Logansport, $3,807.22. During the meeting; Mrs. Ralph Martin, chairman, appointed Harold Bodinson, Russell Pierce and Miss Minnie Sarig to serve as a nominating committee. A social meeting at the home of Mrs. Martin in Royal Center was scheduled for August. Mrs. John Davis, Mrs. Emaline Rogers, Mrs. Ralph Martin and Mrs. Harry Newby reported on the Clinton county cancer meeting which they attended as guests of Mrs. Edward Hodge of Frankfort, on June 7. Uncoupled Coaches Crash Into Rear of Train Injuring 30 GRANTS, N.M (UP)—The last four cars of a moving iSania Fe Railroad streamliner became uncoupled near here Tuesday night and crashed into the remaining section of the passenger train. Railroad officials said about 30 persons- were "shaken up and that one unidentified person was "seriously injured. The Santa Fe spokesmen said the last four cars were detached when tie plates along the line flew up, severing a coupling between the remaining cars. They said momentum carried the detached cars into the rear ot the stream-, liner, the El Capitan. | It was en route from Chicago j to Los Angeles. The train proceeded to Gallup, N.M., after the accident for repairs. FIZZ KILLS FIRE KOKOMO (UP)—A supermarket manager used a soft drink bottle as a fire extinguisher Monday. When the electric system of a car in his parking lot caught fire, A. C. Hounds grabbed a soft drink, uncapped it. and shook it until it fizzed and then put out the flames with the fizz. LONG DISTANCE MOVING BECK'S TRANSFER PHONE 3539 SCHEDHIiK HIGHWAY BIDS INDIANAPOLIS (UP) - The Indiana State Highway Department announced today it will open bids July 9 for 12 highway and X bridge projects, including a bridge over the south fork of Little Raccoon Creek just west of the rarkc-Pulnam County line on Iiid. 236. Reinforcing Steel Morvis Steel Co.. Kokomo Phono 4121 GARDEN TILLER FOR RENT Self Propelled, Selective Tilling. Garden the easy way with a Merry-Tiller. THESE GARDEN TOOLS FOR RENT Power lawn mowers, Aerators, Fertilizer Spreaders, Rollers, Fence Stretchers, Grub Hoes, Electric Hodge Trimmer, Post Hole Augers Pruning Saws, Shovels, Tree Trimmers. ALL AT TOOL RENTA1 DEPT. South Side Lbr. Co. 811 Burlington Ave. Phone 2319 Open Sunday Morning ONEY SAVING VALUES. PICNICS PEARL Lb. HICKORY SMOKBD-READY TO BAT 39c SWISS STEAK Choice Arm CLUB STEAK Choice Beef Lb. Lb. 49c 69c VEAL STEW lb . 29c VEAL STEAK Ih 49c CHUCK CANTALOUPES Western, Vine-Ripened—Yellow-Meated ORANGES 2 Fresh California — Full of Juice Each Dozen COFFEE Pound Tin BUY YOUR FAVORfTE BRAND 25c 69c 89c Lb. Tin 79C Lb 49c SS" COFFEE YOUR BEST COFFEE BUY ("LI/UK GOLD MEDAL J> Bag GODCHAUX SUGAR 10. 99c JELLO PIE-FILLING 2 P , fls 29c LEMON OR STRAWBERRY CHIFFON GREEN BEANS 2 25c FRESH-TENDER-STRtNG'LESS APRICOTS PEARS Packrite in Syrup No. 2Vi can 35c Hart 303 can 23c 46 01. Can PINEAPPLE JUICE DOLE STOKELY'S CATSUP 2 'i£,29c Made From Indiana's Finest Tomatoes GREEN BEANS .r^cut 2 SI. 29c CHEESE Rindloss—longhorn Pound 49c FREE PARKING While shopping KLEIN'S SUPER MARKET or LAUN- DRATERIA af corner of 3rd and Linden. 3 for 29C GET ONE FREE 711 NORTH THIRD YOUR STORE WITH KING-SIZED VALUES NEW-NEW-NEW REALGAS GASOLINE The Refining Industries most improved, most advanced High Octane Gasoline, gives more mileage, lower price . Try A Tank Full JACK FULTZ FRANK SAMMONS 700 North St. 18th and Woodlawn ROSCOE NEWPORT 818 West Market, Hi-way 24 VEBDOL MOTOR OILS Treasure Chest Dividend Stamps I Beams-Channels Mervis Steel Co., Kokomo Phone 4121 ALCOA Aluminum Siding Glen Reid's A&A 511 Erie Ave. Phone 3650 32 DAYS UNTIL THE CASS COUNTY FAIR inaij we // HELP? • When you need "something from the drug store" think of this professional pharmacy. Drop in at our convenient location—or telephone your needs, and we'll deliver. You'll appreciate our courteous service and fair prices. POWER DRUG CO. Hth » Ml<f. fred Kranz. R. Ph. See actual road-test proof/ DODGE "other two" low-priced trucks! CERTIFIED PHOTO. Dodje provides 1950 Ibs. PII (3 x 650 iau» readlni). Hore'fl tlio scientific way to measure the actual pulling power a truck can deliver to its rear wheels. All three low-priced trucks were hooked up, one by one, to n special dynamometer truck. Each was comparably equipped and teat-Iouded. CERTIFIED PHOTO. Truck C" ««rli1«0 Ibs. pull 13 x 410 taut! reding!, Super-sensitive gauges inside the dynamometer truck register the maximum pull of uacli truck at lOm.p.h. Insets in photos above show ncl.iml gauga reading)) in each CIIHO. To convert these readings into pounds, simply multiply them by tlirce. CERTIFIED PHOTO. Truck "F" jlvo: you 1440 I In. pull (3 X 480 gauit nailing). The results are conclusive evidence that Dodge Power Giants give you a third more pulling power than either of the "other two" low-priced mnkcs. And this is just one of a series of tests that prove Dodge is the best truck of the low-priced three. • Your Dodge truck dealer has proof that Dodge leads in many ways. Come in... see other certified test-photo sequences... and take a demonstration ride! MOST POWER OF THE LOW-PRICED 3 Myers Greenhouse. Dial 399G. IPHOLSTERING cue-ram HIMDM FURniTURE 2019 North Strut Priori. 47*9 White Rock Fryers Extra Good for Freezing 3V4 to 4'/a Ibs. on foot Floyd Davidson Phone 407TO Notice To Public! The City Dump AT ROYAL CENTER is FOR-CITIZENS OF ROYAL CENTER ONLY Any persons apprehended damaging property or dumping any place other than on dump will be prosecuted. HOURS WEDNESDAY 12:30 P.M. to 5:30 P.M. SATURDAY 8:00 A.M. to 7:00 P.M. Ordered by Town Board Roscoe Sarber, Pres. Inforced by Town Marshal Robert Herrick Wednesday Evening. June 13, 1357. In Loving Memory of John Regan, Gone, but not forgotten. Sadly missed by wife and children. GERANIUMS 2Sc and up Petunias, Coleus, bedding plants for flower boxes and garden Hardy Mums. Vegetable and flower plants, the best and disease resistant varieties. Spray materials, Staller's and Rapid Gro. Plant foods, peat moss. Markerr's Greenhouse 1529 Pleasant Hill No Delivery FOR COOLER Comfort this summer install STATIONARY OR ROLL UP ALUMINUM AWNINGS Also, any size gable and roof ventilators. FREE ESTIMATES Phone 3666 I'/iMi. North on 17 Top Workmamhip.. Low Price i Nice leloclian ot fabrics. -FREE ESTIMATE- We will rocovor your ; presonr dinette let ? WALTON UPHOLSTERY \ SHOP \ Phone 3733, Walton, Ind. MncomeCheck for you every month! • for your retirement • for your bill paying On request, we'll prepare an investment program (ieNgncd to meet your personal investment objective!) of a relatively generous monthly income from an investment by you of $3,000. $0,000. J10.000 or more. ' This Is not «n Insurant* Program; it in a diversified investment, program which, although it can't assure achievement or your objective, does spread the risk present in all investments. Just fill out and mail this coupon. Thero is no obligation on your par I, I nm Intwslwl In mvwlfnf: S in a monthly income program. Addrf.su City £ $farV_ E. Y. DENHAM & CO. lnv«ifmant Securities 204.4th St. Phon« 3000 FOR a* JVMjAt AMBULANCE SERVICE PHONE 3080 ^FUNERAL EAST BROADWAY AT 16TH PHONE 3080 SUMMER HATS Blouses - Handbags - Costume Jewelry LOVELY SPRING HATS LESS THAN V* PRICE RUTH DOUGLASS MILLINERY CENTER Across from Soars Phone 3548 SUMMER DANGERS... INCLUDE THE FUEL OIL PROBLEMS OF RUST. DUST AND SUPPLY Get too much sun this summer and you'll know it almost immediately. Neglect your fuel oil system now and you'll be unpleasantly surprised next winter! The reason is that rust in your fuel oil tank..dust in the heating system ...adequate supply...are problems that should be solved during the summer. If ignored, they can result in discomfort and unnecessary repairs next winter. You can guard against these problems by having us /ill your tank with high quality Phillips 66 Fuel Oil now. By filling your tank with Phillips 66 Fuel Oil, you protect it against corrosion and rust...give us a chance to check your heating system...assure yourself of an adequate supply for next winter. The cost? Because you buy ahead of the season, you save. Also, you can lake advantage of our convenient credit terms to buy now and pay- later. Call Now. 3403 TUCKER OIL CO. 2nd AND MARKET ST. IOGANSPORT, IND.

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