Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 26, 1957 · Page 40
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 40

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, June 26, 1957
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Twenty Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune American Family Menu frigerator, covered with inverted! cream for extra helpings all a- pie pan. : round. Ice cream sundaes because A dessert like that'calls for some-1 there are'lots of fresh and canned thirfg good like a broiled steak j peaches and frozen strawberries, first. Choose a-steak one to two 1 Take your choice of a milk shake inches thick. Slash fat at the edges I made'with a scoop of ice cream, to prevent curling. Broil until the!or a frosty lemonade or- limeade. top side is well browned, season, then turn and brown the other side. When turning, stick fork into fat, not lean. ^ For 1-inch-thick steak: rare, about 10. minutes; medium, about 15 minutes;'well done, 20-25 minutes. For a l'/2-inch-thick' steak: rare, SOMETHING for a memorable holiday dessert is this delicious blueberry edition Die, served plain or with whipped cream. BY GAYNOR MADDOX, ing bowl. Add boiling water and mix thoroughly. Add very cold water and beat vigorously with NEA Food and Markets Editor-? For the Fourth of July, or any ether special holiday, here's a new blueberry pie that is a celebration itself. Blueberry Chiffon Pic One package lemon chiflon pie filling mix, % cup boiling water, cup very cold water, 1 1-3 cup There's a hugs crop of California lemons and Florida's lime crop is large, too. July is the peak month for fresh peaches and lots of June strawberries will be in frozen packages. Egg, Cheese and Potato Scallop (6 servings) One cup thin white sauce, 1 ta- r or A AV2-iiiv;ii-uuuft aicdit. late, une Cup mill WiULe aau»-c, j. LW about 15 minutes; medium, about|tlespoon minced parsley. 2 or_3 "" — : ---'- -» J — -!.„.,t os_o= mec ji u m potatoes, cooked and sliced; 1 cup shredded cheese, 4 to 6 hard-cooked eggs, sliced; salt and pepper, soft bread crumbs. For thin white sauce use 1 cup milk, 1 tablespoon flour, 1 tablespoon fat and Vt teaspoon salt. Melt fat and blend in flour to make smooth mixture. Add salt. Then add milk slowly and cook over low 20 minutes; .well done, about 25-35 minutes. For a 2-inch-thick steak: rare, about 25 minutes; medium, about 35 minutes; well done, 45-50 minutes. TOMORROW'S DINNER: Broiled steak, fried onion rings, French fried potatoes, sliced, beefsteak to- p matoes, French bread, butter or matoes, Frencn bread, outier or auu .,...« - ,, --,--... fhi k _ margarine, .blueberry chiffon pie, (heat, shrnng constantly unt.l thick- iced coffee, tea, milk. Ice cream and turkeys, both packed with nutrition, lead the U. S. Department of Agriculture's list of food in plentiful supply for this month; Here's the official July list: ened. Combine sauce and parsley. Place alternate layers of potatoes, cheese and eggs in greased baking dish, sprinkling each layer lightly with-salt and pepper. Add white sauce. Top with bread crumbs. Bake at 375 degrees F. (moderate) 15-20 minutes. Star City Mothers of WW II, unit 129, met last Tuesday night in the home of Mrs. Tom ^Densborn. Van Buren Jr. Home Demonstration club will sponsor a co'mmuni- ty dance in (.tie gymnasium Saturday from 8-11 p.m. Mrs. Wolf, dance instructor from Logansport will be' in charge. Mr. and Mrs. Moralis Hughes of Chicago visited here Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Densborn and other relatives. Mrs. Zoa'Bonnell spent tne weekend in Wabash and on Sunday she was accompanied home by Mr. and Mrs. William Bonneli who spent the day here. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Hettinger and children, 'of Argo, 111., spent the weekend here with Mrs. Alice Fitz and other relatives. - Bob Oyler of Indianapolis is visiting several weeks here with his jrandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Beckley. The flag of the 11 Confederate States of America was known as the "Stars and Bars." I Beams-Channels Mervis Steel Co., Kokomo , Phone 4121 ALCOA Aluminum Siding Glen Reid's A&A 511 Erie'Ave. Phond 3650 Wednesday Evening, June 26, 198T. , , . . Turkeys and ice cream, eggs.i TO MORROW'S DINNER: Roast peaches, lemons and limes, frozen ., . . stu rr! nB an d gravy, rotary beater or at highest speed .of electric mixer until mixture is very foamy—takes about 1 minute. Add sugar and beat until filling stands in peaks—takes 1 to 3 minutes.'-Fold in blueberries. Polir in- sugar, 2 cups fresh whole blue-'to pie shel'.s. Chill until set, about •berries, 2 cooled baked 8-inch pie 2 hours. Serve plain or with whip- strawberries, summer vegetables, milk and dairy products, vegetable fats and oils, peanut butter, fresh fish. The department's food experts suggest gala Fourth of July least- ing from these abundant supplies. Of courst, the feasting could be at any other time during the month, j too. I Here's what they recommend: Place mix in a large, deep mix-1 Note: Store leftover pie in re-'Lots of turkey and enough ice | shells. ped cream. small turkey, stuffing and gravy, baked staffed potatoes (with cheese and chives), green beans and chopped green onions, enriched bread, butter .or margarine, lettuce, green pepper and tomato salad, vanilla ice cream, crushed strawberries,, coffee, tea, milk. Reinforcing Steel Mervis Steel Co., Kokomo Phone 4121 WITH OUR TERRIFIC NEW CAR VOLUME We Will GIVE You •"•" '*"" «n*MV^~ ^HHMmpi^^^ E BEST DEAL TODAY Thru JULY 3rd OUR SALESMEN HAVE BEEN INSTRUCTED TO SELL EVERY CAR IN OUR STOCK BY MIDNIGHT JULY 3rd! M ! SAYINCS UP TO 1200 On New 1957 Chevrolets and Buicks in Our Stock * SEE! Howard Pickett, Bill Haines, Art Dickerson, Dale Logan, Doug Myers, Jack Reid- elback, Speck Bybee, Walter Beechler, John McCain. PHONE 4135 TODAY OPEN FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHTS End-of-Month Sale Young Parakeets $1.25 Good Used Cages $1,50 up Fancy Parakeet Seed .. 25c up GADDIS AQUARIUM Ph. 2208 Rug Cleaning Wal|-to-Wall Carpet and Upholstery Cleaning Guaranteed RHOAD'S KLEVER RUG KLEANERS Ph. 4530 Read the Classified Ads Notice Dr. Koffel Chiropractic office wil be closed July 1st until July 8th. Dick and Ill's Barbershop at 1226 East Broadway 2 doors West of Burk's Drugstore Barbering for both Men and Women Phone 2302 THE COMMUNITY HEALTH TEAM As pharmacists, we are proud to stand alongside your physician on the community health team — to serve him and serve you in the fullest interests of better health lor everyone. Our function on the team is to compound and dispense medicine for which we-aro eminently, qualified. Your physician will diagnose your case and prescribe the medicine you require. Bring your prescription to us for compounding. PORTER DRUG CO. 4th & Market , Fred Kranz, R. Ph. PERK UP YOUR, SALES with a modem, efficient air conditioning system tailored to your exact needs by the people who know air conditioning best — Carrier, of course! Carrier JESSE SHAW Refrigeration, Air Conditioning, Sales 4 Service 79 SO. 6TH ST. PHONE 4280 JUNE SPECIAL BUY COAL NOW AND SAVE $1.00 Per Ton WHEN BUYING 3 TON OR MORE. Coal prices are lowest right now! That's why it pays to fill your bin now and pocket savings aplenty! You can spread the cost thin over many months by using our budget plan. ALL COALS WILL BE SCREENED IF SO DESfREO WOLF COAL & SUPPLY CO. BAKE SALE at Kraft's Shoe Store Saturday, June 20, 9:00 A. M. Ladles' Aid of Onward Christian Church Phone 3990 314 Heath St. Structural Stee! Mervis Steel Co., Kokomo Phone 4121 "LONG DISTANCE MOVING BECK'S TRANSFER PHONE 3539 iFUNERAL HOMEi EAST BROADWAY AT 16TH iSAYE HERE EVERY DAY H " Ail Morrel or Armours I Inlll Ready to Eat Style Lb. BACON ™fig? »49c GROUND BEEF 39c For Hamburgers or Meat Loaf BOLOGNA ssx *35c ROUND STEAK-^? ,79c COFFEE v ° Yacht Club Coffee ;;;, 79c YOUR BEST COFFEE BUY Solid, yellow Ripe Largo, Juicy, California Dozen BANANAS LEMONS HEAD LETTUCE PSE PEACHES itb». each PSESH, SOLID CRISP U. S. No. 1 Freestone Lb. 29c 35c 19c 19c ICE CREAM PLANTATION VANILLA HERSHEY SYRUP 2 Tops for flavor RITZ CRACKERS ICED TEA KOOL-AID Gallon Carton 99c n ; 43c LITTLE ELF 13 ASSORTED FLAVORS Box 8 OZ. Mf\ Pkg. 49C 4«. 39c 4 pka , 19c GLEN VALLEY PEAS 9 =03 « r Mm Cam MmJ\* SHEDD'S SALAD DRESSING ",!' 25c FREE PARKING While shopping KLEIN'S SUPER MARKET or LAUN- DRATERIA at corner of 3rd and Linden. 711 NORTH THIRD YOUR STORE WITH KING-SIZED VALUES

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