Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois on May 19, 1955 · Page 20
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Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois · Page 20

Dixon, Illinois
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Thursday, May 19, 1955
Page 20
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SPRING SPECIAL paperHRCHIVE* 2Q% e°UHT On Brand New 1955 .... General Electric Fully .... Automatic Washers PLUS . . '34" FOR YOUR OLD WASHER You Pay Only s1 89 JSS*1 FOR THIS BEAUTIFUL WASHER 95 ACT NOW and Get FREE $1495 Cannon Towel Set NO MONEY DOWN! 24 MONTHS TO PAY! HURRY! SUPPLY LIMITED! 104 N. Galena Ave. 106 S. Third St. DIXON OREGON (eetVICi) AND APPLIANCE 8:00 TILL 5:30 DAILY — SATURDAY, 8 TILL 9 PM Dial 2-7241 Phona 470-K The Dixon Evening Telegraph— Dixon, Illinois Page 20 Thursday, May 19, 1955 "BAKED FINE SINCE '69" BLADE CUT CHUCK ROAST 39 k2B BEAUTY OFF BERMUDA — Sails— tall, full and graceful-pulled trim craft through Bermuda's Great Sound. In the foreground, intent in their battle for position, are members of an American Internationa] One Design crew. It was International Race Week. BEIER'S BREAD Flying Machine? ORANGE. Tex. LB — Constable Ezra Bilbo is still trying to figure how this happened: A car hit a road repair barrier, sailed over a six-foot fence, and ended radiator-first in a mud hole. The two occupants were unhurt. 816 Forest Ave. PRICES GOOD THRU WEDNESDAY, MAY 25th Call Gene Cahill Phone 3-9961 Unusual Potato Dishes Can Enliven Your Sunday Meal By GAYNOR MADUOX | Your' family will enjoy these two' new potato dishes>. One comes from a Southern friend, the other from California. Mashed Potato and (.hive Casserole (Vield: 8 servings) Two and one-quarter pounds (7 medium) potatoes. 1-inch boiling r in pan, 1 teaspoon sail, cup potato cooking water. :s teaspoon ground black pepper, 2 tablespoons nonfat dry milk, 1 tablespoon butter or margarine. 2 tablespoons finely chopped chives ■ green top omons. Pare potatoes; cook in the boil-g water and salt until tender in >vered saucepan. Drain off water -id rr.°2S':re *. rirp. M*?h tv»t%. toes. Gradually add potato cooking water. Stir in remaining ingredients. Beat until fluffy. Turn into a buttered 1-quart casserole. Bake in a pre-heated moderate oven (375 degrees F. i 30 to 40 minutes or until lightly browned. Carrot -Potato fccall"p (Makes 6 servings) Three tablespoons flour. 2 teaspoons salt, !.a teaspoon peppev. 2 cups potatoes, pared and sliced thin. 2 cups carrots, scraped and Surgeon Will Address Local Medical Groups Dr. Lindon Seed. Chicago, clinical associate professor of surgery at me University of Illinois College of Medicine, will address the Lee-Whitesied County Medical Societies Thursday, May 26, at the Plum Hollow Country Club. Dixon, on "Present Status of Diagnosis and Therapy of Diseases of the Thy roid." Dr. Seed is appealing a the invitation of the Scientific Service Committee of the Illinois Stat* Medical Society at the request of Dr. Howard Edwards, Jr.. Dixon. program chairman of the Lee County Medical Society. A graduate of Rush Medical College, Dr. Seed is a specialist certi fied by the American Board of Surgery, and a member of the Central Surgical Association. slicd thin. cup celery', diced, 1 tablespoons onion, chopped, 2 cups milk, scalded. 3 tablespoons but-ter or margarine. Combine flour, salt and pepper. Arrange a layer of half the potatoes, then a layer of half the car. vnt<! in sreased casserole (l^i si. Sprinkle each layer with celery and onions and flour mix- re. Repeat. Pour on miiK. aoi th butter or margarine. Bake in moderate oven (375 degree* r.j about 45 minutes. Hint School Integration Ruling Soon WASHINGTON i.?>— Chief Justice •arren indicated Wednesday tho Supreme Court will rule before re. ss-.ng for the summer on how id when to end segregation at white and Negro pupils in the pub- he sK-nooss. Warren said in an address prepared f«r the American Law Institute that despite an increase this year in the volume of Supreme Court work, the court has been keeping abreast of it. and he add- ar.d. The court completed hearing arguments a month ago on the form of a decree to carry out its unanimous decision of May 17, 1954, holding that racial segregation in the public schools violates the Con- The court has tentatively fixed May 31 as its final opinion day before its summer recess. Okay Liquor Fee SPRINGFIELD. 111. <.TI— Stat* licensing of commercial airplanes on which liquor is served was recommended Tuesday by the Illinois house liquor regulation committee. The fee would be $25 a plane. Don't Forget to Come in and Register - No Purchase Necessary FREE! FREE! 10 E!«dDr'm FREE! FREE! GIVEN AWAY CONTEST CLOSES MAY 25th PRODUCE Large Head Lettuce 2 Hr 25« Washed and Waxed— U. S. 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