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ruDLiu Twenty-lour Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune American Family Menu Worcestershire sauce. Do not add flour or other thickening. When finished, pour stock over the meat. Bring to a boil. Garnish with small boiled carrots and onions and green peas. Serve with steamed dumplins. SUNDAY'S DINNER: Leg of CASE CLOSED TULSA, Okla. (UP)-Three tombstones have been turned over to the stolen goods division of the Tulsa police department in recent years after having been left on lawns as a prank. In a report to^ his superiors on the grave markers lamb basted with coffee and | Wednesday, Sgt. I. B. Streck ob- cream, roasted potatoes;' tiny peas served "none of the owners have with pearl onions, buttered carrots, French rolls, butter or margarine, | mixed green salad, oil and lemon 3u:ce small dressing, lemon sherbet, cookies, coffee, tea, milk. Read the Classified Ads HARVEST SQUASH, graced with «heese and cranberries and served with eggplant fingers, adds to any Thanksgiving board. By GAYNOB MADDOX, NBA Food and Markets Editor Squash, in one form or another, Is a traditional part of the Thanksgiving feast. You'll enjoy this different squash recipe; also the one for eggplant fingers. Harvest Squash (4 servings) .Two medium acorn squash, 2 ta- fciespoons melted butter, salt, pepper, 4 teaspoons dark brown sugar, cottage cheese, whole cranberry sauce. • Wash and split squash length- jivise. Scrape out seeds and stringy -portion. Brush squash halves with Sutler and sprinkle with salt pepper and brown sugar. Place squash, cut side up, in a shallow baking pan. Add enough hot water to cover bottom of pan. Cover, and brake in a hot oven (400 degrees F.) 1 hour or until tender. Garnish eaoh half with a generous spoonful of cheese and top with a- spoonful of cranberry sauce. Serve immediately. • Eggplant Flngern (4 servings) One medium eggplant, salt, pepper, Vt cup flour, 1 egg, 2 tablespoons milk Vi cup packaged dry bread crumbs. Pare eggplant and cut into ¥2- Inch crosswise slices. Cut ^4-inch strips from each slice to make "fingers." Season with salt and pepper and dredge in flour. Beat together egg and milk. Dip eggplant fingers into egg-milk 'mixture and roll in crumbs until completely covered. Deep fat fry eggplant jri hot fat, 380 degrees about 4 minutes, or until golden brown on both sides; drain. TOMORROW'S DINNER: Tomato juice, hearty stuffed acorn squash, buttered broccoli, rye bread, butter or margarine, orange, onion and lettuce salad, French dressing, chocolate chiffon pi<;, coffee, tea, mUk. shown up to claim them." TO REFLOAT LINER CORK, Ireland (UP)—Work was begun today on. the re-floating of the 10,000-ton Greek liner Neptuma which struck Daunt Rock off the coast of Ireland Saturday. A Greek line official said the liner, now San Francisco is a city with a love of good food and gaiety. Some of their recipes have become world famous for novelty 'and surprise. Here's one: roast lamb basted with strong coffee and cream. Knud Nielsen, chef of the lovely Redwood Room in the Clift Hotel created it. Want to try it? It's amazing. Coffee and Cream Leg cif Lamb Skin a leg- of lamb, "rub with garlic, season well with salt, pepper and dry mustard. Place thin slice of salt pork over the lamb. Roast at 400 degrees F. for % hour until lamb is well browned. Remove the salt pork. Pour over thfe lamb 2 cups, of strong coffee with cream. Roast at lower heat for next 2 hours, basting frequently. Add 1 cup of port wine (or water) and roast another % hour. Serve with gravy separately. This is Chef Nielsen's variation of Irish stew: Irish Stew of Spring Lamb Cut boned shoulder of lamb into IVi-inch cubes weighing approximately 10 to a pound. Blanch' the meat first in water. Place in large pot. Add raw potatoes, cabbage, onions, small quantity of celery, and bay leaf. Cover and cook until meat .is tender. Remove meat and place in another pot. Force remaining stock (including potatoes and vegetables) through fine sieve. Boil stock slowly. Add salt, pepper and dash of A PRICELESS RECIPE In a health emergency, the little slip of paper on which your physician writes his prescription is priceless. You wouldn't part with it under any circumstances. However, once the emergency has passed, human nature being what it is, you are apt to forget how valuable the prescription really was. Maybe you even grumble a little at its out-of-pocket cost, failing to remember the doctor's professional s kill, the countless Itours of pharmaceutical research and many other factors that made the "recipe" possible in a health crisis. Permit our prescription department to fill your next "recipe for health.' PORTER DRUG CO. 4th & Market Fred Kranz, R. Ph. HOME KILLED MEATS STONY PIKE MARKET East Main Free Parking Phone 2316 THURSDAY-FRIDAY-SATURDAY SMOKED SAUSAGE JOWl BACON SMOKED HAMS (whole) CANADIAN BACON HEAD CHEESE Home made PORK CHOPS center cut CUBE STEAK lb. 49c •lb.-29e- lb.49c lb. 69c lb.55c lb. 69c lb.69c WE SELL BEEF BY WHOLE-HALF-QUARTER Custom Butchering and Curing—Small Shop—Big Valuus WHOLESALE 8:00-5:30 RETAIL Open Monday thru Saturday 8:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. 319 PEARL ST. F1NNEGANS Leading Decorators ADVANCED SHOWING 1958 Wall Papers CHICKEN PIE SUPPER AND ANNUAL FALL FESTIVAL LAKE CCOTT SCHOOL SATURDAY EVENING/NOV. 16th STARTING 5 P. M. ADULTS $1.00 CHILDREN 50e .. PIE EXTRA Country Store, Fish Pond, Cake Walk, and other .Entertainment for ALL. COME BARLYI STAY LATE! settled In the mud of Cork Harbor, would be re-floated probably by Nov? 13: Electric Light Bills Due the 1st. Penalty added after November 15th. FUNERAL IAST BROADWAY AT 16TH PHONI 3080 YOUR FIRST FEDERAL > Check will arrive TOMORROW with Santa Glaus— Our 1500 Christmas Club Members Will Receive More Than 15 6,000 °° 1958 Christmas Club Accounts may be opened as early as Thursday, Nov. 14 Official Opening Date Dec 1,1957 * Small amounts—you never miss 'em—really add up when you save regularly. First Federal's 50c Christmas Club account gives you $25 PLUS DIVIDENDS in 50 weeks—their $10-a-week Club makes a whopping $500—PLUS LIBERAL DIVIDENDS in shopping funds for you next November. And there's a wide choice of Club sizes in between, so you're sure to find the right one for your needs. Your First Federal. Qhr 1st mas Glob Awards you A Bonus for Savinj . . . . Liberal Dividends Paid! 314 Fourth Street ASSETS OVER )2'/2 MILLION DOLLARS PIIRIir IIRRflRV Wednesday Evening, November 13, WSf. Jim White Fire Insurance Ph. 2491 Myers Greenhouse. Dial 3996. In Memory of William Flinn who left us Nov. 13. 1948r The flowers we place on his ;rave fade away, but the memory of him will always linger in our icarts. —Mrs. Flinn, Wade, Arline. Card of Thanks We wish to express our heartfelt .hanks and appreciation to all our cind friends and neighbors at the :ime of the passing of our loved one. —The family of Ralph E. Smith. 'LONGDISTANCE MOVING BECK'S TRANSFER PHONE 3539 It's Cold Outside!! For your saving and comfort, call on us for prices on "Capitol" the finest and most competitive Aluminum Combination Doors and Windows. Why pay more? You can't afford to be without them— KOOL-VENT OF LOGANSPORT 511 Erie Phone 3650 Mil North S1r**t Phon. 471* Smorgasbord Thursday, Nov. Hth—5:30 p.m. Adults $1.00 Children 50c Lower Deer Creek Church 2 miles southeast of Camden WE FUV PRESCRIPTIONS CAPBFUULV AT "LEONARD PHARMACY THAI'S OUH SPEOALTYS CAPONS Dressed or alive WAYNE FORCEY Phone Deer Creek 4640 Turkey Supper Thurs., Nov. 14—5 to 8 p.m. AT YOUNG AMERICA BAPTIST CHURCH Adults $1.00 Children 50c Smorgasbord Supper by Bethlehem Methodist W.S.C.S. at the Church, Thurs., Nov. 14th 5 to 8 p.m. (approximately 2 miles southwest of Twelve Mile) EAT YOUR FILL PAY WHAT YOU WILL Benefit oC Church Improvement Fund McKINLEY PTA CHILI AND OYSTER SUPPER And Bake Sale School Gymnasium 5-7 p.m. Nov. 15 Friday 1957 IUALITY FOOD-BUDGET PRICED— PORK ROAST , 39c Cut From Lean Tender Boston Butts BOILING BEEF u, 23c For Fin* Homemade Soup CANNED HAMS 3 »„ $2.89 Kingetn's Reliable-No Waste-No Fun BREAKFAST BACON An * *'•£'" 49c Hickory Smok»d COFFEE Bu > Y ° ur tb 88c Wl I LL Favorite Brand Tin WV MAINE POTATOES 10.-39c U. S. No. I Size A Kafahdin 2n.ad.29c 89c HEAD LETTUCE Fresh, Crisp, Solid ICE CREAM DEL MONTE or HUNTS DE ATLIEC Yellow Clin £f r CAlnCd Halves or Sliced GOLD MEDAL or PILLSBURY'S FLOUR 25 ^ $1.98 TURKEYS 39c For Thanksgiving 1 8-24 Ib. Toms Lb. 1 1-14 ft>. HENS, Lb. 43c-Orders accepted only 'til Nov. 21 KRAFT phtg{U!phigc T c ; h ' P r 9> 39c FRESH PACK MIXED SALTED NUTS-Peanuts, Cash-^Q ewi, Pecans, Almonds, families, Hazet Nuts . / YC 14 01. Tin PEACHES MONARCH SHORT CAKE 535? HOMINY MONARCH Pure No. VA *Q Can OTC 2 Cans 25t Lb. > . SHORTENING 3d bn 79c Lb.Con OOC Monarch COFFEE NEW BLUE MIST NO FtLM W(NO€X NO STRBAKS 59c FREE PARKING While shopping KLEIN'S SUPERMARKET or LAUN- DRATERIA at corner of 3rd and Linden, 711 N. THIRD OPEN FRIDAY NITE TIL 8

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