The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 14, 1956 · Page 2
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Hi, 'A' •at* While icy winter winds blow up here our friends in Australia are enjoying summer on the beaches. Here are Judy Angles, Annette Eilbeck and Virginia Anderson, three of the many surfers at Palm Beach, near Sydney. TUB A12C The girl operators at the Tokyo Central Telephone Exchange blossomed forth in the traditional Japanese coiffure -and kimono for their first day back at work after the long New Year holidays. Most of these girls who handle the long, distance calls, were given the holidays off while a small crew handled calls. A1ITOMATK W«SHft «MD DCVBt Only %eed Queen gives yon die many advantages of laundering your cloches in • mirroc-smoocn, bowl- ahaped tub of rust-proof, corrosion- proof, chip-proof STAINLESS Vl'ilil.'! Here is onnutchable dur- abflity — Miprcme wmshabflity — genuine economy. "Whether you prefer an automatk «r wringer type, see your Speed Queen dealer for a demonstration — or, for free descriptive literature, write to the Speed Queen Corp, Ripotx, Wis. QUEEN I® Carrots are a January crop in the Winter Garden area of South Texas near Crystal City. Shown here displaying two fine bunches 5s Elizabeth Jeter. Spinach, lettuce, tomatoes and, onions are also raised on large irrigated tracts in this section for shipment to Northern and Eastern states. Crabmeat Casserole served with a fresh, green salad makes a saucy meal. CRABMEAT CASSEROLE 2 qt. casserole 8 servings 350", 45 minutes 2 pimientos, chopped -, % cup sliveredi blanched! : almbnds 4 hard-cooked eggs, ; chopped ' 2 teaspoons salt 1 cup shredded sharps ^ ;-.. cheddar cheese^ _ Buttered bread crumbs Add flour and mix welL % cup butter % cup flour 2% cups milk 2 6% oz. cans crab meat remove cartilage and flake 4 cups chopped celery % cup chopped green pepper Melt butter in a saucepan. move from heat and slowly add milk. Return to heat and cook, stirring constantly, until- the white sauce thickens. Add crab meat, celery, prmiento. green pepper, almonds, . hard-cooked eggs, and salt. Pour into a 2 quart'casserole. Top with shredded cheese and buttered bread crumbs and: 'bake at 350° for 45 minutes. . MINUTE FROSTING" Karo* Syrup cuts cooking time in half ...keeps frosting* from "sugaring SALMON TIMBALES fe teaspoon salt Dash of pepper 1' tablespoon lemon juice cup bread crumbs , cup milk 2 cups (1-pound can) salmon, drained and flaked % cup diced celery 2 tablespoons chopped % • - parsley , • % 3 tablespoons quick-cook- , "ing tapioca • : Combine all ingredients, mixing welL Pack into 4 well- greased custard cups. Bake in moderate oven (350°F.) 30 minutes, or until browned. Turn out Serve with cream sauce, if desired. Makes 4 servings. I BANANAS SINGAPORE 4 firm bananas' 1% tablespoons butter, melted 3 cups cooked rice (% cup uncooked rice) 3 cups curry sauce • 1 to 1% 16s. fresh shrimps cooked and cleaned •Use slightly green-tipped or all-yellow bananas Peel bananas. Place into a baking dish. Brush well with butter. Pour half the curry sauce over bananas. Bake in a moderate oven (375° F.) IS to 18 minutes, or until bananas are tender .. . easily pierced with a fork. Heat shrimps in remaining curry sauce and serve with the bananas on a bed of hot rice or around a rice ring. Serve with Curry Sauce. Makes 4 to 6 servings. Important: Frozeh or canned shrimps may "be used in place of fresh shrimps. Allow 6 to 10 shrimps, according to size, for each serving. If desired, bananas may be cut into halves or quarters before serving. A glamorous pie to makeyoufamoiisl Darfc'KaroSstop gives it distinctive flavor...rna^ ••"" - / • • iua&rfCJMnt ;%.: . ;•• -f^ y racip* pastry 1 cap KARO Syrup, BltMloM ' . *% teaspoon soft; Roll pastry >g inch thick-Line a 9-inch pfc 'pan. Mix. remaining ingredients together, adding pecans last. Poor into-pastry abett. Bake in hot oven (400° F.) 15 reduce heat to moderate (SSft'FJ and baia 30 to 35 minutes longer or antilaaitver knife inserted in center of fi!K»g comes oufcTdeanv *If salted nuts are used omit salt in recipe. Pradaadiy Corn Product* Btfitixf Co. When a recipe calls for corn syrup... ' " ' '.- • ...--.>;._. ^ / . that means

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