Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on May 23, 1976 · Page 136
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May 23, 1976

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 136

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by berk MERRIMAN ' PARADE FOOD EDITOR Two hundred years ago it was the usual thing to be sefenmldent about fcmL Sntokeheeaei and chicken coops were part of the property; fresh garden vegetables and orchard fruits were eaten in season and canned for the winter; cotnmeal was often ground at home, and the family cow provided mflk for homemade butter a n d cheese. - - . " · · " · · Things are easier in this Bicentennial year. Fast transportation and refrigeration assure us of fresh produce the yew around. Smoked ham, commeal, cheese and other products come in packages. So, just for fun--and pleasure, too--let's make a casserole wMi fhe foods our forefathers used and see how easy his nowadays. blCENTENNJAl CASSEROU SAUCE: 2 cups cubed cooked ham ('/it-inch cubes) 1 package (10 oz.) frozen mixed vegetables, cooked 3 A cup catchup Va cup water ' 2 teaspoons minced dried onion 2 tablespoons brown sugar Vt teaspoon pepper 1 Va teaspoons Worcestershire sauce coRNb*c*d: 1 cup enriched commeal 1 cup sifted all-purpose flour · 3 tablespoons sugar 4 teaspoons baking powder 1 teaspoon salt 1 cup grated sharp Cheddar cheese 1 cup milk 1egg 1 /4 cup butter or margarine, melted For sauce, combine all ingredients in saucepan and heat to boiling, stirring occasionally to prevent sticking. While sauce is heating, prepare com bread! Sift commeal, flour, sugar, baking powder and salt into mixing bowl. Stir in grated cheese. Add milk, egg and melted butter; mix until all ingredients are well combined. Pour hot sauce into greased two-quart baking dish, spreading evenly. Pour com bread over sauce, spreading to edges. Bake at 425 degrees for 30-35 minutes. To serve, cut com bread into serving-size pieces; lift out onto plate; spoon sauce over com bread. Serve immediately.-Makes six servings. FROM PARADCS TEST KTrCHCN The Collector's Coin No One Has Ever Been Able To Own Now Available For Only $ 10 Clad In Real 23K Gold! The first coin to U. S. Mint history to b* accompanied by the) stQMture of thij MUst who dMlQMd It WM ·nnouncwl todcy MMNEAPOUS. Mn. (Special)--Calwun'sCol- toclors Society has announced ttwy art making available lo selected members of the pubec an historic cotectofs set of rare US. Bicentennial. coinage. . Created in a strictly limited and serially numbered edition, the coins are to be dad in 23k gold and accompanied by the signature of Seth Huntington, the award-winning artist who created the desi^i for the U.S. Mint , This is the first time in the history of the U.S. Mint that a coin has in effect been signed, the Society explained, and tow than one thousand^ of one percent ol the coins to be minted have been selected by us for Ms distinction. Their value to oflectore is thus assured. "Rare coins, stamps and gold have gone up 400% and even more in the past five years atone," the Society's spokesman continued. The U.S.BicentenrMGoldSetisthefMtocombine al three In a signed and numbered BJcentemiW commemorative of enormous rarity. The set consists of two U.S. Bicentennial Half Dotes bearing the rare double dates 1776-1978 and mounted in a handsome 5"xT Ludte frame so as to show both front (obverse) and reverje designs. _*nwobverae of the coin is the stirring Kennedy portail, appearing for Vie first time with double dates. On tie reverse is Seth Huntjngton's powerful representation of PhHadetphie's Indepen* denceHal. The artst'sinitialsSGH appear at the lower right hand oomer of the building and, of course, his signature accompanies the coins. fn *JJ4imi to the two gold clad coins, the Bicentennial Set includes a unique postage stamp to match. ExceerJngty rare, tie stamp is actuaty made of a sheet of 23k gold--not paper. Depicting the Bicentennial Hal Dotar, the stamp is the first postal issue in history to recreate a U.S. coin in the relief of the coin Nsef. You can actualy feel me coin's detaN on the stamp! The stamp is an issue of Statfa Scotland minted to honor the new U.S. coinage. Bearing a postal value of S6, the stamp atone would sell to collectors in the U.S. for $20. Yet as a unique Bicerriennialcommernorativeofdistinctkxi.nhas been teamed with the two gold dad HaH Dollars for just $85. The price includes the deluxe lutite display frame and a numbered Certificate of Authenticity with the signature of the artist. The coin alone, in LucHe frame with signature, is $10. This is an exceptional coNeceMe in that both the gold stamp and the gold dad coine have official value. Such commemorative* as medals and ingots do not, eiqriataed Stafford CaMn, Orihoun'sCoiectors Society Vice President We beieve the set provides a superior opportunity for the alert coNector of rare coine, stamps and precious metals and wll be a source of pleasure and pride for aU Americans who appreciate superb value as wal as beauty. Years from now, it could be worth many times your investment The last day of issue is July 4.1976. However, the sooner orders are placed, the lower the number your set wi bear within the Umitededt- tton. This ia, of course, an important value tea- ture. A money-back guarantee of settsfaclton is offeied to al prospective purchasers. Since so many people are desirous of honoring the Bicentennial, why not acquire something of tue value at the same time. It makes good sense, especieJry at the tow twt^buil aue pvtc^. You risk nothing by asking to examine the set tor IS days free. ^CaftKiun's CoMKtars Society, Inc., 1 AppMrM Sown, UMMtpoes. MM 55420 NOT AVAILABLE FROM BANKS OR DEALERS--MAH. COUPON BELOW 0 r* CONVMCED. m onto to assure that I t*ctw« tht vary lowest numtwr($) possW* 1*8*1 ttw Vnrted edition, 1 want to oder now. PIMM sandnw: U S BICSNTTrNNIAL GOLD (quantity) SET(s) for just S25 (plus $1.95 postage and handing) each. ttk grid mir^-s) nrty, framed and (quantity) unnumbered, lor Sib (plus $1.10 postage and handing) each. 1 fMy ntum any natn wHMn 15 cwjrs for a nil refund. ftwsv sRow 4*8 wctjhs for ttaiviry SAVE EVEN MORE: Order en» two Htm* or IMMV 4vnd MiH |Uiy pQittifp Mid hBndekif. 1 1219, MtnneepoHe, MN 55440 D I enclose check or money order. Mim. res. add sales tax. O Please charge to D Master Charge O BankAmericard Acct* Inter Bank # (M'Vtf 0«rg« only) E^x Date R^jnalumX Harm **»«: mv Sla» r^ 4-3S

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