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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 48

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, June 13, 1957
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Twenty-four Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune American Family Menu kippers, 1 10%-ounce can cream] potatoes. The milk came trom of musiroom soup, 1/3 cup milk, 2'" " ' J ~'"~ ' tablespoons butter, seasoning to taste, 4 slices toast, trimmed; sprigs o£ parsley. In double boiler, heat the cream of mushroom soup, combining the milk arid butter. Cut kippers into 1-inch lengths and add to ingredients in boiler. Stir. Season to taste and heat for 2 or 3 minutes. Cut toast into triangular strips and arrange on serving dish. Pour hot mixture over 'toast strips and with small sprigs 01 SMOKED KIPPERS from cold Norwegian fjords are inexpensive and add zest and acuetite interest to many bland recipes. way kippers. On each layer sprinkle a tablespoon of flour, By GAYNOR MADDOX NEA Food and Markets Editor Moist, lightly smoked kippers from the cold Norwegian fjords add zest to egg dishes, put kick intx> scalloped potatoes and put appetite interest into many usually bland recipes. These Norway kippers are inexpensive — about 12 cents each. Scalloped Potatoes 'n Kippers (6 portions) Three 3'A-ounce cans Norway kippers, 3 cups sliced patatoes, 2 tablespoons butter, '/z cup minced onion, 4 tablespoons flour. K cups milk, scalded; salt, pepper to taste, paprika. Butler a l'/z or 2-quart casserole. Arrange in alternate layers thinly sliced potatoes and Nor- jarnish parsley. TOMORROW'S DINNER: Cold sliced turkey, scalloped potatoes and kippers, green beans, seeded rolls, butter or margarine, raw carrot sticks and celery, cantaloupe with blackberries, coffee, iced tea, milk. The most recent survey of household food consumption in the United Stales reveals that our family diets need more of several basic foods. ' Here's the report from U.S. Ag- New York dairy farms, Devil's Food Potato Cake One-half cup milk, 3 squares chocolate, 1 cup hot mashed potatoes, 1 cup shortening, 1% cups sugar, 4 egg yolks, 2 cups sifted cake flour, 3 teaspoons baking powder, Vt teaspoon salt, IVz teaspoons vanilla, Vt cup sugar, 4 egg whites, stiffly beaten.. Heat milk and chocolate together. Stir until melted; add to potato and blend well. Cream shortening and sugar until light and fluffy; add to, chocolate mixture. Pour in egg yolks and beat well. Mix and sift together flour, baking powder and salt. Stir into chocolate mixture slowly, then add vanilla. 1 Make meringue by gradually; beating V» cup sugar into egg whites. Fold into cake batter and pour into three 84nch layer cake pans lined with wax paper. Bake in moderate oven,_ 350 degrees F, for 25-30 minutes" When slightly potatoes, corn-on-cob, hot biscuits, butter or margarine, lettuce and tomato salad; devil's food Maine potato cake, coffee, tea, milk. For the United States as a whole, the number of general hospital beds increased by 200 per cent from 1909 to 1955, according to a recent report o£ Health Information Foundation. JiM White Fire Insurance Ph. 2491 Electric Light Bills Due the 1st. Penalty added after June 15th. Thursday, Evening, June 13, 1957 Card of Thanks We -wish to thank our friend*, neighbors, and everyone, for the kindness, flowers and sympathy shown us during the illness and death of our mother. | —Mr. and Mrs. Raymond. .Gust, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gust. FUR STORAGE Cleaning & Repairing Logan Fur Service 521 Hieh Phone 3632 ricultural per cent calcium, Research Service: 29 aren't getting enough which comes largely! on rack and remove After cake is cold, cool, invert wax paper. spread frosting between layers and over top and sides. TOMORROW'S DINNER: Pan- broiled top sirloin steak, creamed' FROSTOP SPECIAL EVERY FRIDAY BREADED FISH SANDWICH FRENCH PRIES AND ROOT BEER 50c FROSTOP DRIVE-IN* Next To WSAL Now Serving LUNCH DAILY EXCEPT SATURDAY BEN HUR MOTEL Orient Lodge, No. 272, F. and A. M. Stated meeting Friday, June 14, 7:30 p.m., followed by work in E.A. degree. —Cletus C. Fitz, W. M. IOC CUP THIS COUPON lOc SCHLOSSER'S ICE CREAM 9 DELICIOUS FLAVORS 72OCIl. Reg. 89e with coupon /"C Good only Friday, Saturday end Sunday BURKS 13th and Broadway Phone 5966 minced onion, salt and pepper. Repeat procedure until all ingredients but the milk have been used. Pour over scalded milk to cover. Sprinkle with liiitle paprika. Bake in moderate oven (325 degrees F.) for. about 1 hour, or until potatoes are browned and tender. Serve hot: Kipper Fillets and Creamed Mushroom, Savory (4 servinKs) from milk;'25 per cent need morel ascorbic acidfruits, certain vege-j tables: and 15-20 per cent need Vitamin A, thiamine and riboflavin. Dark green and deep yellow vegetables are especially good sources of Vitamin A. Many foods, especially whole grain and enriched cereal products and pork, are good sources of thamine Riboflavin needs would be met if milk consumption increased. June is the time to do something about the overall lack of enough calcium in our family meals. Milk I production is tremendously high. We went to a clambake the other night, in New York City. There we picked up this recipe, Four .TO-ounce cans Norway! using, of course, Maine's famous BOLINS DONUTS •\\ A» Your Favorite GROCERY, RESTAURANT, or 14rh and Broadway EAGLESFAMILY PLAY NIGHT Something New and Different-Come See FRIDAY, JUNE 14 at 8p.m. SATURDAY NIGHT DANCING Music by GLADYS FRENCH - 8:30 'TIL 11:30 VFW DANCE Saturday, June 15th, 1957 Music By Dwight Neff And The Velvetones '57 Dues Are Payable FRIDAY & SATURDAY AZLEV CASHMARKETi ftAZLEY ia53BRiAND COFFEE Reasons they are better! Selected quality, completely |4 shankless. Better trimmed. Ready to Eat. HAMS BUTT HALF 53c LB. SHANKLESS HALF 43 CENTER SLICED HAM-89c POUND BAZUEY'S LEAN LAYER SLICED Bazley Fresh limit 1 pound CREAMERY BUTTTER SIRLOIN STEAK QUALITY GROUND BEEF 3L*!- 00 CHUCK ROAST TENDER BLADE CUTS 39* RIB-STEAKS CUT FROM YOUNG BEEF 55* YOU SAVE MONEY WHEN YOU B UY BAZUYS YOUNG TENDER BEEF • BEST SHOULDER • VEAL 1 STEAK 1 49* * FOR ROASTING VEAL LEGS 39* VEAL CHOPS 55* * CENTER RIB PORK-CHOPS Fresh lean Pound 65* Junedal* Cooked PICNICS We Slice 'Em Free Pound 35* YE BAKE HAMS TO O*DE*| KRAFTS Shop for all your FOOD NEEDS at BOLLEI & FARRER DRINK 29* Ice Cream Toppings 29 SMUCKERS 12 oz. Jar fe? PLANTATION-VANILLA ICE CREAM GALLON 98c VAN CAMPS Pork & Beans Da MO'NTE TUNA : No. 300 Can Reg. Tins BRIQUETTES CHARCOAL 5 I or plain 2 boxes 25c Enjoy melons witTMORTON'S SMUCKERS STRAWBERRY PRESERVES 3 '^$1.00 For Your Mealtime Pleasure PRODUCE DEP'T. RNIA SUNKIST LEMONS ; 35c FRESH-CRISP CARROTS 2j±29c CALIFORNIA SUNKIST U. S. D. A. CHOICE GOV'T. GRADED SIRLOIN STEAK ARMOUR STAR SMOKED PICNICS YELLOW CREEK SMOKED SAUSAGE YELLOW CREEK - BLCO SLICED BACON YELLOW CREEK WIENERS FRESH - ALL BEEF GROUND BEEF Well Trimmed Ib. Ready To Eat Lb. Lb. ALL MEAT Lbs. FRESH GREEN BEANS 2 lb ,29c U.S.NO.SIZE A CALIFORNIA LONG WHITES POTATOES 10 ,,39c BLUE * DOT detergent 1 regular pkg.'J, 3 C 1 giant pkg. OtSC WITH COUPON JOY with COUPON 1 KING SIZE 1 GIANT SIZE 1 REGULAR SIZE ROSE CROIX BARTLETT PEARS CAROLINA GOLD PEACHES FREESTONE DEL MONTE FRUIT COCKTAIL 3 No. 2V4 Cans 3 No. 2</z Can No. 303 Cans MANOR HOUSE COFFEE CHARMIN TOP1ET TISSUE 4 Rot " 39c Redeem coupon here REG. and INSTANT VANILLA, BUTTERSCOTCH CHOCOLATE, LEMON PUDDINGS 4 — 32c WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES 3 COMPLEXION SIZE CAMAY 14c OR BATH SIZE WITH COUPON CAMAY REDEEM YOUR COUPONS HERE FREE DEUVERYJ BOLLEI & FARRER PHONEI 3161 201 205 BURLINGTON AVE. IVORY FLAKES Large Box 33c Larg* Box , IVORY SNOW Largo Box 33c KIRK CASTILE SOAP Bars 35c ZEST Reg. Size Bars 3k ZEST BATH SIZE 23c \Jl\t

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