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Twelve Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune American Family Menu FROM HOLLAND comes this holiday bread, baked especially . tor. Christmas entertaining. Served whenever friends drop In. cup salad oil, 2 pounds chestnuts, I % cup butter, 1 cup finely diced; ion, 1 cup finely diced celery,.two 3-ounce cans chopped broiled mushrooms, 1 tablespoon salt, % teaspoon pepper, Vs teaspoon rosemary, 1 cup finely crushed saltines, Vi cupt soft fat, 2 teaspoons kitchen bouquet. Place oil in skillet over moderate heat. Cut two crossing gashes through shell or; flat side of each chestnut. Place chestnuts in skillet and toast, uncovered, until shells loosen. Shake pan frequently. Cool slightly. Remove shells and skin with sharp knife. Put chestnuts through food chopper, or finely chop by hand. There should be 3 cupfuls. Melt butter in another skillet. Add onion 1 and celery and Open Bids on Road Work INDIANAPOLIS (UP)—The Indiana State Highway Department today opened bids on nine road construction and resurfacing projects totaling more than two million dollars. Construction projects by counties included: Gibson—3.9 miles of U.S. 41 from west of Princeton to .3 mile north ot Patoka, apparent low bidder Rieth-Riley Construction Co., Goshen, $1,243,081. Resurvacing projects included: Henry—2.6 miles of v.estbound lane of U.S. 40 from Dunreith to Harry Berry, Hopkinsville, Ky., $279,962. Montgomery—7.3 miles U.S. 136 from Waynetown to Crawfordsville and 1.6 miles of U.S. 136 in Crawfordsville, Rieth-Riley, $261,120. DeKalb—10.1 miles of U.S. 6 from Waterloo to Ohio state line and 1.2 miles of U.S. 6 in Waterloo and Butler, Rieth-Riley, $201,885. OIVlLItU i"YUU UlllUJ* dllM \,tntiljru»i\J, f saute over moderate heat, stirring Lewisville .and 2.2 miles of cast- frequently about 10 minues. Re- b° und , lan f ? f U ' S ' *> from . near move from heat and add chopped ! Straughn to near Dublin; Magaw mnd Christmas is a joyous time to break bread with our friends and relatives. The Dutch make a special bread for just this purpose. Hollanders serve it a mid-morning coffee or in the afternoon with tea or cocoa. Also at lunch during the Christmas season with cheese and spicy Dutch sausages, followed by fruit and great pitchers of milk. During the holiday season, save •work whenever possible. For your informal Christmas meetings with friends and relatives, use colorful paper cups, plates and napkins •when you can. No dishes to wash after entertaining means Merry Christmas for the hostess, too. Holland Christmas Bread (Makes 2 loaves) One cup milk, % cup sugar, 1 cup butter, melted, 1 teaspoon salt, 2 packages or cakes yeast active,, dry or compressed, Vz cup warm water, 8 cups flor, sifted, 4 eggs,, beaten, 1 cup rais.ins, % cup chopped candied citron peel, VK teaspoons grated lemon peel, 1 cup blenched almonds, chopped. Scald milk. Cool to lukewarm. Add sugar, butter and salt. Measure water into a large mixing bowl (warm, not hot, water for active dry yeast; lukewarm water for compressed yeast). Sprinkle or crumble in yeast. Stir until dissolved. Combine with milk mixture. Add about half the flour; add eggs and beat well. Mix in raisins, citron, lemon peel and almonds. Add enough of remaining flour to make a soft dough. Turn dough into two greased aand floured 9- inch cake tins. Cover with towel and let rise in warm place (1% to 2 hours) until double in bulk. Place in moderate oven (375 degrees F.) and bake about 40 minutes, until nicely browned. Remove from pan and cool on rack. When 1 cool, brush with additional melted butter and sprinkle with confectioners' sugar. CHRISTMAS DINNER: Minced clam and cream cheese canapes, crown roast of lamb with sausage filling, brown gravy, curried pineapple cubes, peas with mushrooms, soft rolls and Holland Christmas bread, butter or margarine, avoca- do and grapefruit salad, plum pudding with foamy lemon or brandy sauce, nuts, winlergeren candies, coffee, tea, milk. 11IWVC J.J.U1J1 1J1=HI> Cllllt tlVlu btivrj/J^wu j . . chestnuts. Add contents of cans of' hT™ ' mushrooms and seasonings. Mix-* • well. Add cracker crumbs and mix again. Lightly fill the cavity of turkey. Close vent by inserting * n c - Rlchmond - Chestnuts at Christmag time were a tradition in our house when we were growing up. Now our boys like the festive turkey stuffed with chestnuts, too. This modern recipe, time and labor saving, turns out a . poultry pins from one side of opening to other, then lacing string around pins. Truss legs and wings Clark—8.5 miles of U.S. 31 Tram Silver Creek to Henryville, and 1.4 miles of U.S. 31 from U.S. ' W- 31iE junction to flilver Creek, into position. Blend together soft fat and kitchen bouquet, then rub I ice ter or margarine, endive salad Wednesday Evening, Itecember 18, 1957. See Climb in Unemployment' Next 6 Months WASHINGTON 'UP)—A forecast of continued high unemployment for the first six months of 1958 today was tacked on a government report that U.S. industrial output slid again during November for the third straight month. Thirteen prominent economists in New York predicted the number of jobless would rise during the first half of next year to an average of 3,600,000. The Labor Department said last week there were nearly 3,200,000 unemployed at present. The jobless forecast by the Na- unemployment would average 3,400,000. It followed Monday's report by the Federal Reserve Board that its production index dropped last month to 139 per cent of the 194749 base—the lowest since the nationwide steel strike in July, 1956, when it touched 136 per cent. The last time the index fell as low as 139 per cent under more normal conditions was in June and July, 1955, when it was exactly at that level. The board said production was curtailed in November at both factories and-mines. It reported reduced output at steel mills, aircraft factories, textiles, apparel, petroleum refining, television sets, furniture, soft coal, metal mining and crude oil pumping. Still Celebrate Christmas at Vicksburg, Mich. VICKSBURG,- Mich. (UP)—Kids in Vicksburg still hang up their stockings and Santa Claus .still | in flowers and other aspects of (he holiday season, except gift-giving, Vicksburg will repeat, the commemoration Dec. 24 and 2.5. fills them although many families Sincere Thanks To everyone who remembered us our sorrow of the loss of our in this southern Michigan community celebrated Christmas last July. In a protest against the commercialism of Christmas, some 500 Vicksburg residents observed Christmas during the sweltering 94 degree temperatures of last July j 21. Although the mid-summer celebration was complete with caroling, Christmas trees, chimes, baby. George and Bonnie Handy Harold and Frances Gross Arvada Sullivan Market & Bazaar By Ottrrbein Ladies Aid. Dale Friday Morning, Dec. 20. Place, Walton Hardware Co. dish almost as perfect as "mother: pare gravy. over entire surface of turkey. Roast in preheated 325 degrees F. oven until joint moves freely when end of leg is grasped firmly and gently twisted, about 3'/2 hours. Meanwhile cook giblets and pre- UGl VI Jiiai. £,Hi lilt, tiiuiro uwtwu, . i i j . • i ,-1 c fn -i with soft cheese, peppermint stick t'onal f Industrial Con erence: Board ice cream, angel food cake, coffee, I said for the last half of 1958 the used to make." Koast Turkey With Chestnut Stuffing (Makes 10-12 servings) Ten to 12-pound ready-to-cook, quick frozen Beltsville turkey, V*. CHRISTMAS DINNER: Oyster soup, crackers, roast turkey with chestnut stuffing, giblet gravy, cranberry sauce, stuffed baked potatoes, Brussels sprouts, rolls, but- All three dining rooms sold out for tonight Ben Hur Motel SUNHEAT gives you UNIFORM PERFORMANCE laboratory-controlled at Sun'j great refineries, Sunheat uniformity is constant in every gallon. Sunheaf's uniform quality means efficient, unfailing operation of your burner ...without frequent adjustments. lea. milk. Myers Greenhouse. Dial 3996 MADI »Y TH( MAKERS OF BLUE SUNOCO GASOLINE ALDER COAL & FUEL OIL CO. 1403 Woodlawn Phone 4422 HOME KILLED MEATS STONY PIKE MARKET East Main FREE PARKING Phone 2316 THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY CUBE STEAK ................. Ib. 69c CHUCK ROAST RIB STEAK SHOULDER PORK ROAST PORK TENDERLOIN Ib. 43c Ib. 59c Ib. 39c Ib. 89c BACON HoovymP , c ......... . ..... „ ....... „ Ib.39c HEAD CHEESE „_, .................. Ib. 55c WE SBU BEEF BY WHOLE-HALF-QUARTEfc Custom Bwrchering and Curing— Small Shop— Big Values WHOLESALE 8:00-5:30 RBrAUL Open Monday thru "Saturday 8:00 to 5:30 p. m. Flavor-Kist Butter Cookies 25c POTATOES CALIFORNIA GRAPES Fresh Spareribs E Kraut's Meat Loaf 3 ,„ 89c The Just-Rite Combination of Beef— Pork— Veal >b. 33c Excellent with Sauer Kraut, lean, Meaty 'Breakfast Baeon N8ri Sl, .b:49c | A Grade Bacon at Economy Price. Try Some. YEILOW CREEK SKINLESS WIENIES ............ Ib. 49c YELLOW CREEK PIG SAUSAGES .......... . . pkg. 49c I I I I I I I Xmas Extras English Walnuts . . Ib. 49c Mixed Nuts Ib. 59e Brazil Nuts .... Ib. 49c Filberts !b. 49e Roasted Peanuts Ib. 39c Almonds Ib. 49c Pecans Ib. 59c Xmas Candies Xmas Mix (hard) . Ib. 39c Choc. Cherries . . Ib. 89c Box Chocolates from 1.25 Sugar Cremes ... Ib. 49c ROYAL CROWN COLA 6 large bottles (Plus Deposit) MONARCH Pure Vegetable SHORTENING 3 t 69c OCEAN SPRAY CltANBERY SAUCE 2 can ,49c RAYS FRESH EGG NOG Quart o n 56c LIBBY'S PUMPKIN ^.o..^ 2 can ,29c TAYLOR'S SWEET POTATOES 2 , ins 49c i BEER OCOMA Frozen Individual PIES Beef - Chicken Turkey Tuna 4 for 89C tin; Orders For Fresh TURKEYS Must be in by Saturday STORE HOURS Daily: 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Fri. and Sat. 7 am to 9 pm DROMEDARY Twin-Pack PITTED DATES , b . 49c A PRIVILEGE TO SERVE The pharmacist's prescription department ic, in a real and human sense, the focal point of his professional life. Here he is of maximum, service to his fellow man. Here he is completely in his element performing the personal services to which he pledged himself when he becama a pharmacist and rendering the professional services for which he is eminently qualified. His prescription services are responsible for the key place he occupies on the community health team. L !We are pleased to serve you at all times. PORTER DRUG CO. Fourth and Market Fred Kranz. R. Ph. YOUR BEST BUY DELUXE CLOCK RADIO ^Special! 5 NOW ONLY- r .95 $5.00 Down $1.00 a week CLOCK RADIO ALL the wanted clock radio features Modal A516. In Fr.nth Beig., Sonditom While, Slot. Gray colon. AC only* starts the c*ff*t perking . . . Has appliance outlet which al- Iowa radio to operate any small kitchen appliance which consumes up to 1100 watts. wok«s ym I* Music ... You set time, radio automatically turns on to gently wake you to beautiful music. lulls yw !• stop with Musk ... Set alecp switch, radio turn* off automatically. •It Precision Vernier Tuning — accurate "on station" tuning. if Radio Alarm Buzzer — if music fails to wake you — buzzer sounds. if Zenith Quality Speaker —rich, beautiful tune—Automatic Volume Control. Other Models as low as $29.95 TODD'S "THE STORE THAT SERVICE BUILT" 327 East Market 'Phone 3300 WANTED-HeavyHens Will Pay 18c Ik Popejoy Poultry Farm • Carry-Out or Delivered ^^^^^yg^^^^ )b ^71, _ Dial 3329 or 12 Mile 2719 Take Tim* Out From Christmas Shopping relax . , have • COFFEE • COKE • LUNCH at th» CENTRAL DRUG SODA FOUNTAIN 4th at Broadway Hallmark Christmal Card* When You Ccr« Enough To Send Th« Very Beit COONIE'S GIFT SHOP Walton, Indiana FOR Migfit AMBULANCE SERVICE PHONE 3080 = FUNERAL IAST BROADWAY AT 16TH PHONE 3080 SHAPE OF TOMORROW ga HERE TODAY IR THE HEW '58 WESTINGHOUSE LAUNDRY TWINS Ju>- •». V A,U^»^V Vfw. i4~ > f »4»*.*xt Jtfr +L <with new STYLE-LITE Control Centers to assure perfect washing and drying results for every fabric Yoa ffff fftrofflnff AgHmior vtih/ng trxt <Hr»ft *tr flow drying la «v«y modal t*w«DitomM Bicnuc own* LAUNDROMAT* AUTOMATIC WASHER Revolving Agitator uses up to 23 gallons tess water and % the detergent. KEM-t WHY m KVOU*6 ASIVATOK UUWUOKW IS KiTt ELECTRIC DRYER Has faster direct air flow, automatic wrfnkfc removal. Push-button dry shuts off machine automatically when load is dijc. A WatUnyhout* L*tmdrom*t tntl Eltclrtc Oiytr tor Ertfjr J*** CLEANS ITSELF! WASHES CLEAHER! RINSES BETTER! PUSHBUTTON DRY you CAN si SURE—IF tr'f TVfcstinghouse© BRIGGS ELECTRIC Co. 203-205 5th St. WESTINGHOUSE COMPLETE LINE PARK AT OUR DOOR WHILE YOU SHOP AT OUR STORE Phone 4401 Fuel Oil Consumers Our fuel oil received the Premium Bid on fuel-oil at the Jaycee's Auction. Thanks to our bidders and John Vietti of the Vietti Food Products Company. We sell Rock Island Fuel Oil for space heaters and furnaces. We have an additive in our oils to control soot and carbon. Try a tank full, we are sure you will like it. The proof is in the burning. Schmidt Coal Company 923 W. Broadway Phone 4407

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