Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 5, 1957 · Page 24
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 24

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, December 5, 1957
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Twenty-four Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune American Family Menu MADE WITH fruit juice, tfcis cranberry mold is a delicious sala& to go with meat. -\Vine transforms it into a dessert. BY GAYNOR MADDOX NBA Food and Markets Editor For Christmas, here's a ruby cranberry salad to go with turkey, chicken or veal. The salad is made with fruit juices. But this peach slices, 1 cup pitted fresh cherries, J /4 cup sugar, '/a teaspoon salt, % teaspoon cinnamon, 1 tablespoon cornstarch, 2 tablespoons soft butter or margarine, I'/i cups mold, if made with red wine, turnsj sifted all-purpose flour, 3 table- Jnto a brillian holiday dessert sal- spoons sugar, IVi teaspoons bailing! ad, to be enjoyed with nuts. powder, V4 teaspoon salt, ;! table-' milk, 1 beaten egg, cherry sauce. Place. peaches, cherries, Vi cup sugar, salt, cinnamon, cornstarch and butter in bottom of a 10x5x3- inch baking dish; stir to blend. Place in hot oven (425 degrees F.) while making dough. Sift flour, 3 tablespoons sugar, baking powder and salt into bowl. Add shortening, milk and egg and mix to a moderately stiff dough. Roll dough to fit 10x5x3-inc'n pah, or cut dough with Christmas tree or s'ar cutter; place over hot fruit. Bake for 15 to 20 minutes' or, just until topping is done. Let stand until just warm; then cut into squares and lift out wi'h a wide spatula to serving dishes. Serve with cherry sauce. Cherry Sauce One-quarter cup sugar, 2 tablespoons, cornstarch, l.cup drained peach syrup and water, 1 cup pitted cherries, crushed; V« teaspoon almond extract, 1 tablespoon lemon juice, 2 tablespoons -butter or margarine. Blend 'all ingredienls ' together well. Cook until smooth and thick- cned, stirring frequently, about 5-101 minutes. \ SUNDAY'S DINNER: Oven-broiled chicken with sliced onion and butter, stuffed baked potatoes, green beans with almonds, soft rolls, butter or margine, mixed green salad, peach and cherry cobbler, cherry sauce, cofHee, tea, milk. • Ilinois Youth hows Grand Champion Hog Sharpsville Boy Captures Reserve Grand Championship named bis Dick's Delight, Each boy came to the show with nine animals—all 4-H Club projects. The prize hogs will be auctioned Friday. Last year, Fathe. Flanagan's Boys Town in Nebraska sold the grand champion, a one- eared Hampshire for $8 a pound, but the record was set the year before when $19.25 a pound was paici for a Hampshire from McGuire Neb. The Hampshire Farm, Wisner, . grand champion steer will CHICAGO (UP)—Harold Ander-'be auctioned Thursday, and a son, 15, Leland, III., whose father'raven-haired Indiana farm wife the' animal will produce about $20,000 and a. "farm o[ our own." Ruby Cranberry Mold (6 servings) . One 1-pound can whole cranberry sauce, 1 package lemon-flavored gelatin, 1 cup hot water, % cup real mayonnaise, % cup sweet red •wine OR orange juice plus 1 tablespoon lemon juice, 1 cup halved ..green grapes. Dissolve gelatin in hot water. Add mayonnaise, .wine (or fruii juices) and Vi cup whole cranberry sauce. Blend thoroughly with rotary beater. Pour into refrigerator freezing tray. Chill in freezing unit (without changing control) 20 .to 25 minutes, or until firm about l.inch from edge but soft in, center. Turn mixture into a bowl and whip with rotary beatnr until fluffy. Fold in remaining cranberry •sauce and grapes. Pour into 1- quart mold. Chill until firm, about 1 hour. Unmold and garnish with salad greens. Sei'Ve "with dressing made 'by combining 14 cnp heavy eup -may- cream, -whipped, and onnaise. Note: This can be made well in sdvance of serving time, but the quick "souffle salad" technique also enables one to turn this mold out in fairly short order. . Now that Thanksgiving •& over, let's start collecting gala recipes for the Christmas season. W« Ihint this peach and cherry cobbler is gay and full of good cheer. Christmas' Tree Peach and Cherry Cobbler (6 servings) One (No. 303) drained can cling spoons soft shortening, ]-3 cup e- R , , C l assi f: e( 4 p K60d the UQSSITiea FOR SALE — Cottage on Pottawattomie Point The undersigned Administrator on Wednesday, December 11,1957, at 2 P. M., at -the Trust Department of The National Bank of Logansport, 301% Fourth Street, Logansport, Indiana, will offer lor sale to the high bidder, at private sale, for not less than the full appraised value thereof, which appraisement can be obtained by contacting said Trust Department, the following described real estate, to-wit:— LOT NO. 41, UN POTTAWATTOMIE POINT This lot is located on the Banks of the Wabash, and can be reached by going South on Eighteenth Street to a point just across the Wabash Railroad tracks, turning East for about two miles to a grocery store which is just two doors from tills cottage, and is improved with a good cottage having a living room across the entire front of said residence, screened-in porch covering the- entire front of the cottage on the river side; well equipped kitchen wit'n built-in cupboards, bed room on second floor; well water in the house by means of an electric pump; shower bath; good oil furnace; slate Sliding; good roof and garage. The television aerial and rotor go with the cottage. IMMEDIATE POSSESSION This sale will be made subject to the 1957 taxes payable in 1958. Purchaser will receive Administrator's deed showing good merchantable title and sale v/ill be subject to the approval of the Cass Circuit Court. TEBMS: S500.00 down on day of sale and balance when deed and abstract are ready. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LOCANSPORT, Administrator, Edward M. Dingeldine Estate. Myers & Molique, Attorneys. and brother had won before him, today captured the grand, championship hog title at the International Live Stock Exposition. Young Anderson showed a 205- pound Poland China hog that was judged the best ,o£ 850 hog entries at the 58th annual show. Dick Nash, 17, Sharpsville, Ind., won the reserve grand championship with a 240-pound Hampshire, shown . by his father while Dick was attending a 4-H Club meeting. Anderson said he believes he won, "because the animal was a meatier pig than any of the other seven finalists. I'd be glad to have him done up for breakfast." Ed Helgens, Mbnticeiio, Iowa, one of the three judges who picked the grand champion, agreed with Anderson. He said the boy's 4-H project represented the kind of hog that meatpackers "like to buy." Young Anderson also was junior of the show. His father, Oscar W, Anderson, captured the grand champion barrow title in 1951 and 1954. A brother, Holland, •also has taken the title. Be Auctioned Friday The Anderson famils farms a 220-acre place -in LaSalle County in north-central Illinois that raises about 600 head of hogs a year. Dick Nash was. junior champion last year. The family has an 800- acre farm in Tipton County, Indiana, and raises about 1,000 head of hogs. Both boys named their animals during this exposition. The hogs had only numbers when they arrived, Ajiderson now calls his I Gerald's Pride and Xash has J. R. Browne Estate Valued at $46,250 The estate of the late John. Raymond Browne, 70, of this city, who died November 7, was estimated at 846,250 when it was opened Wednesday in the Cass circuit court with the appointment of his son, Robert L., of route 1, Delphi, as administrator. The son is the only heir of the estate. It includes $44,500 in real estate and $1,750 in personal property. Hanna and Hanna are the attorneys for the estate. Thursday Evening, December 5, 1957, Read the Classified Ads ROUND & SQUARE DANCING Saturday Night Music By Gladys French ROYALE BAR Royal Center, Ind. Take Time Out From Christmas Shopping relax . how • COFFEE • COKE • LUNCH at the CENTRAL DRUG SODA FOUNTAIN 4th at Broadway Absolute zero, at which all molecular motion supposedly ceases, exists at 459.9 degrees below Fahr-; enheit zero. Read the Classified Ads INSTALL NEW STORM WINDOWS AND DOORS NOW! Phone 3666 for Free Estimates CHARLEY LOWE ROOFING CO. VETS CAB CO. OPEN 24 HOURS PHONE 3253 COMPLETE LINE Of PET SUPPLIES KASCH'S 524 E. Market Phone 4328 Tipton Lodge, No. 33, F. and A. M. Slated meeting Friday, Dec. t, at 7:30 p.m. All Master Masons invited. —Owi:n- Louis Shantcau, W. M. EAGLES FAMILY PLAY NIGHT It's New-It's Different-Come See FRIDAY, DEC 6that8p.m. SATURDAY NIGHT DANCING Music by MELOTOT4ES 8:30 'TO. 11:30 P.M. REGISTER NOW THOMAS and EVERMAN Co. (or PLYMOUTH'S BIG CONTEST Win $500-A-Month for Life and a New '58 Plymouth See Our DODGE WHITE CHRISTMAS Special—Complete at a Price and A TURKEY WILL BE GIVEN FREE EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT at 8:00 o'clock (Until Christmas)—Nothing to buy— You merely register. Also Free Lawrence Wclk Xmas Records at Thomas & Everman Co. •k YOUR DODGE—PLYMOUTH DEALER if 517 North St. Plionc < PRICES GOOD FRI DAY AND SATURDAY AZLEV CASHMARKETJL CHOICE 410 Broadway SATISFACTION GUARANTEED BAZLEYS ROYAL PALM OLEO 2 », 39c JMNEDALE BRAND Reasons they ore better. — Select Quality. Completely Shankless. Better Tritnmod. Ready to Eot. Shunkless HALF 43 C LB. CENTER SLICED HA M 9'5c POUND WE BAKE AND SLICE HAMS TO ORDER Redeem Your Coupons Here! JIFF-SMOOTH OR CKUNCHY PEANUT BUTTER ££» 12 °,*;20c LEVER LUCKY WHIP r^ 29c Napoleon Butter ib. 65c Just Arrived Christmas Trees GOO0LUCK OLEO Necklace Deal FOLGBR'S DEAL PACK INSTANT COFFEE * p FRESH OYSTERS WISHBONE ITALIAN SALAD DRESSING ' £ , 6 33c $1.09 plnfOVC 37c KATAHDIN No. I POTATOES PRESH-CRISP-SOLID HEAD LETTUCE U.S.D.A. CHOICE GOV'T. GRADED 10 Ibs. . A heads FWIM-YBLLOW RIPE "Boneless" No Waste Ib. 59 C New Store Hours ROUND SIRLOIN T-BONE SWISS .OPEK FRIDAY TILL 9 p. m. SSS* 6p.m. BAZILEYS U. S. GRAD ED BABY BEEF TENDER RIB STEAKS c STEAK NONE SOLD HIGHER LB. VV BANANAS ORANGES FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT FLORIDA Full of Juice 2 5 Ibs. Ib. bag 25* 29* White Marsh Seedless 8 ,.49 0 STOKLEY'S FINEST IT'S NEW: FILL YOUR FREEZER AT THESE LOW PRICES BEEF ROAST GROUND BEEF SAUSAGE BLADE CUTS- BAZLEYS QUALITY COUNTRY STYLE 39 C CHEESE VEAL STEAK LOIN PORK ROAST CLOVERLANE MILD BEST SHOULDER LOIN END PORK CHOPS CENTER RIB LB. 59c IT PAYS TO SHOP AT BAZLEY - FREE SHOPPING BAGS PING SSA JUICE NAAS LEMON KJST TOMATO JUICE OAK HULL PEACHES »• REXFORO GREEN BEANS 2 0 46 01. can - < cans No. 303 cans 290 45* 0^10 MH-^jP Ivory Soap Large Size 2 ban 33C LAVA SOAP Rejj Size V 25c Ivory Flakes , 33c 39c SWIFT'S PREMIUM Brown 'N Serve Sausage X SWfFT'S PREMIUM mf* WIENERS A JLt p £: 49C MORRELL PRIDE-KINGAN'S RELIABLE SLICED BACON FRESH-ALL BEEF GROUND BEEF 53c sjl.00 ORDER YOUR FRESH XMAS TURKEY NOW! Sunmaid Seedless >|O_ Raisins 2 Ibs. 17C Pitted ' r/J DATES 2 Ibs. J7C Shelled $1 19 PECANS Ib. 1 Diamond jTQ English Walnuts "Ib. J/C Emerald *Q English Walnuts Ib. HYC FIGS lb.4/C DROMEDARY Cup Cake Mix MILNOT 5 box' 27c 49c Beer & Wine To Carry Out or Delivered Kirk's Hardwater CASTILE SOAP Reg. Size 2 bar, 23C OPEN MON.-TUES.-WED.-THURS. TIL 6 P.M. FRI. I. SAT. TIL 9:30 P.M. We Reserve The Right To Limit Quantities FREE iDEUVERX BDLLEI & FARRER Save, 'RLINGTON AVE. LOGANSPORT Ivory Snow 33c Blue Dot Duz Large Box 33c Large' Bar DREFT 33c Box CASCADE 47c

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