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November 21, 1957

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 24

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i UUL-IV Twenty-four Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune American Family Menu LEFTOVER TURKEY need be no problem- when combined with .oysters and cranberries in this succulent loaf. BY GAYNOR MADDOX NBA Fo'Xl and Markets Editor Oregon grows cranberries and turkeys and Olympia oysters, all part of the traditional Thanksgiving feast. To that day-after-Thanksgiving question, "How shall we .serve the leftover turkey?" Ore gonians come up with an appetite tantalizing: combination: Turkey- oyster-cranberry loaf. Oregon Day-After • Thanksgiving Dinner: Turkey-oyster loaf, tossed green sated, oil and vinegar dress ing, hot garlic bread, baked ap pies with Alberts, coffee, tea, milk. Turkcy-Ojster Loaf Six tablespoons butter, 1 large onion, finely chopped, 2 cups fresh cranberries, % cup water, 2 !7- ounce) cans oysters plus liquid or IVi cups oysters and % cup liquid, 4 cups ground cooked turkey, cup (one envelope) instant, nonfal dry milk powder, % cup fine bread crumbs, :. teaspoon salt, Vi teaspoon sage, % teaspoon poultry seasoning, V« teaspoon pepper. Melt butter in large skillet; adc onions; saute until tender anc Market 1 & Bazaar Kraft's Shoe Store 8 A.M., FRI., NOV. 22 by Deer Creek Presbyterian Church transparent. Add cranberries, water, oysters and liquid. Cook.over low heat, about 5 minutes. Combine turkey, instant nonfat dry milk powder, bread crumbs and seasonings; add oyster mixture; blend well. Press mixture firmly into greased 9x5x4-inoh loaf pan. Bake in moderate oven (350 degrees F.) about 30 minutes, «r until loaf pulls away from sides of pan. Let stand about oma minute before removing from pan. TOMORROW'S DINNER: Turkey-oyster-cranberry loaf, fresh vegetable salad, French dressing, crusty French bread, or rolls, but- 'er or margarine, apple pie or buked apples with filbert nuts;, coffee, tea, milk. Old-fashioned deep dish cranberry pie with a dollop of vanilla ice cream on top is New Jersey's gift to the Thanksgiving menu. So is New Jersey lemon butter for hot dinner rolls. New Jersey Thanksgiving Dinner: Cherrystone clams, roa;:t tur- key, oyster stuffing, gravy; ov roast stuffed fresh ham, raw cranberry - relish, buttered broccoli, whipped potatoes, vegetable slaw, hot muffins, New Jersey lemon butler, olives, relishes, deep dish cranberry pie, vanilla ice cream, coffee, tea, milk. 1 Real New Jersey Lemon Butter Four eggs, IVi cups sugar, juice of 4 lemons, grated rind of 2 lemons, 3 tablespoons butter. Beat eggs until very light; and fluffy. Combine sugar 'and lemon juice in top of double boiler and cook over hot water until sugar melts. Slowly stir in beaten eggs. Continue to cook and stir until mixture thickens. Remove from heat, add lemon rind aifd butter and beat with a rotary beater until smooth and blended. Cool. Store in refrigerator until ready to use. This keeps three or four days. Deep Dish Cranberry Pie (6 servings) Two cups suger', pinch salt, 1 tablespoon cornstarch, % cup water, 4 cups fresh cranberries, . % cup chopped raisins, 2 tablespoons butter, recipe for favorite flaky pastry. Mix sugar, salt and cornstarch, stir in water and bring to a boil. Add cranberries and raisins and cook until all berries pop. Stir in butter. Pour cranberry mixture into a Hi-quart baking dish or casserole. Roll pastry to fit top ot baking dish with a Vz-inch overhang. Fold in half, cut several slits for steam. Unfold pastry over tilling, turn under any overhang and press to sides of baking dish. Flute, or mark, pastry edge as desired. Brush top with a little soft butter and sprinkle with granulated sugar. Bake in a hot oven (425 degrees F.) 40 minutes, or until crust is a golden brown. Serve warm with vanilla ice cream. SUNDAY DINNER: Roast stuffed fresh ham, gravy, whipped potatoes, buttered broccoli, hot muffins, New Jersey lemon butter, olives, celery and raw cucumber sticks, deep dish cranberry pie with vanilla ice cream, coffee, tea, milk. Asks Check On Internal Security INDIANAPOLIS (HI') — Nation-" al Commander John S. Gleason Jr. proposed today thai the American Legion's National Executive Committee "consider asking our government to re-evaluate its entire internal securr.y program." Gleason told the committee in an annual session by telephone from an Evanston, 111., hospital that "the time has come when all chipping away at our internal security policies must stop." ' "We are in the long haul for either liie or death as a nation," Gleason said. "If it takes more money, if we have to get along with no tax reduction, or more taxes, let's do it. We must face up to the fact that from now on we must live and work on a sacrificial basis." In calling Cor consideration of & national internal security program re-evaluation, Gleason said "we cannot afford any more leaks, any more thefts of our national secrets. We have to start bearing down hard on disloyalty of any kind or degree." He said all other considerations "are small indeed when compared to the survival problem that now faces our nation and the world." He said we must consider without "panic" or "recrimination" the "unpalatable truth" that the door to the space age has been opened by Russia. Gleason said in considering the security program the committee Thursday Evening, November 21, 1937. should ask why the United Stales'- has underestimated Russia's scien-j tific capacity, the dedication of the I followers of Communism, and the) magnitude of the internal threat' to national security by espionage anc subversion. He said "sectional, class, political and economic differences" must be set aside and the nation's ranks joined "to deal with the new challenge by Communism." The car coat in leather with fur fabric lining is a good investment-for winter. Looks smart'and is toasty warm. Read the Classified Ads Card of Thanks Words cannot express our thanks and gratitude for the help and kindness of neighbors ami friends during our recent fire. We ?specially want to express our appreciation,to the Red Cross and to the many friends of Loganspcrt and Cass county who helped us with 'clothes, bedding and furniture. Also the Fire Departments 01! Logansport, Twelve Mile .and New Waverly for their help. —Mr. and Mrs. Alfred H. Brown and family. Drive-In Package Liquors U.S. 24 & W. Linden Phone 21162 YOUR ONE-STOP PARTY SHOP Country Market sponsored by the Deer Creek 0. E. S. on Saturday, November 23rd at the Sherwin-Williams Paint store. Homemade Mince-Meat, Pies, Cakes, Cookies, Chicken and Noodles, etc. All to help with your Holiday dinner. Order Now For Thanksgiving Turkeys Toms-lb. 3.'ic Hens-lb. 43c OYSTI:RS-PINT-85c FRESH FRUIT - VEGETABLES Custom Cutting HAMS-Baloed and Sliced to Order HARDIN'S LOCKER WHOLESALE-GROCERIES £ MEATS-RETAIL Open Doily & Sunday 8 to 8 p. m. 409 E. Market Phone 2297 MARTIN E. JUSTICE R. R. 2, Logansport Phone: Burrows 12F ROUND & SQUARE DANCING Saturday Night Music By Gladys French ROYALE BAR Royal Center, Ind. BEAT COLD WEATHER with "Blown-ln" INSULATION Phone 3666 lor FREE Estimates Just North on Road 17 Special Every Friday Night All the Fish You Can Eat, $1.00 COLLEGE HILL INN 1115 North Third St. Al *nd Mary Klin* CITY MARKET- GROUND BEEF 3 93 35 BEEF ROAST Sausage PAHsmE 3 * 79« SWISS STEAK SIRLOIN STEAK 63 Any Size rieeit Slicing Boloijna Round Steak 65c Open Friday Nite till 9 Close Sat. 6 pm EAGLESFAMILY PLAY NIGHT Something New and Different-Come See FRIDAY, NOV. 22nd, at 8p.m. SATURDAY NIGHT DANCING Music by Mello-Tones — Round and Square Dancing 8>30'TM. 11:30 P.M. Two Peru Men Hurt In Car-Truck Mishap PERU—Two Peru men were hurt in a. car-truck collision at 9:30 a. m. today about four miles south of Peru on Strawtown Pike. Howard Ewer, 515 W. Seventh street driver of a station wagon, was taken to Dukes Hospital with X- jaid Miller was going south when he started to make a right hand turn into a driveway. Ewer, behind him, skidded right in under the truck. The station wagon was demolished. "FAMILY" WRECK MOUNT VERNOX (UP)-Pollee rushed to an alley intersection to investigate an auto collision. They cuts on his head and hands. rays were being taken today. (found Mr. and Mrs. James Bu- Roy Miller, driver of a Hi ton chanan were involved. Buchanan, truck route 5. Peru, suffered a Us, was driving one car and his chest bruise. State Trooper Robert MeGowanjhurt seriously. wife 44, the other. Neither was ONLY WOLF GIVES YOU BLUE HEAT Premium Fuel Oil Additive that olsui-ej clean«r, mart tffiti.nt h»ol, ot lavinji up to Z0% — PIUS — RED STAMPS ;ON CASH PURCHASES) For the same price as ordinary fuel oil. 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