The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah on October 3, 1971 · Page 98
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The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah · Page 98

Ogden, Utah
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Sunday, October 3, 1971
Page 98
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Choose The Career That Offers i fe« The Most Out Of Life! TRAIN FOR A "JET-AGE" CAREER WITH THE Airlines . . . A career with the airlines offers a challenge for young men and women. Prepare for jobs in reservations, operations, ticketing, passenger service, ramp agent, etc. Many company benefits including travel. AN INTERESTING CAREER FOR MEN-WOMEN-COUPLES Motel Management Train for stimulating, well-paying positions as managers, asst managers, desk clerks, housekeepers, hostesses. Training includes practical instruction at school owned motels. TRAIN FOR A HIGH-PAYING CAREER AS A Heavy Equipment Operator Learn to operate cranes, draglines, clamshells, scrapers, bulldozers, loaders, trenchers, backhoes, etc. Earn high annual incomes! AN EXCELLENT CAREER FOR MEN AND WOMEN Insurance Adjusting Adjusters and Investigators are urgently needed to settle billions of dollars in claims each year. Excellent salary, company car and expense account usually furnished. tecrrtltttf Utm**f N.H.S.C. NATIONWIDE PLACEMENT ASSISTANCE APPKOVED FOR VETERANS AND IHSEHVICE PERSONNEL Hail Coupon Today or For Immediate Information Phont: (»3) 642-3302 UNIVERSAL TRAINING SERVICE, DepL f W | 1901 N.W. 7 St.. Miami. Florid. 33125 I Pit ME SEND INFORMATION ON THE TMIHIXS PROCMM I H»V£ CHfCKED. CHECK ONIY 0«| Airline Operationj/Customtr service Q Htavy Equipment Operator | Q Mitel Mamiement Q Insurance »<Jjusler/lnmtii»t»r f Lf AtC MINT Addrm City -SUt*. ph< "W—— Aic - - MCLLIHOER ta*K«*, u> fft, C«M. MOB mmm A FAMILY AFFAIR Fidgeting, Ion of steep and* fewment- mg Uch are often telltale signs of Pm-Worms . . . ugly parasites that medical experts say infest 1 out of every 3 persons examined. Entire families may be victims and not know it To zet rid of Pi n-Worms, they must be killed in the large intestine where they live and multiply. That's exactly what Jayne's P-W tablets do... and here's how they do it: First—a scientific coating carries the tablets into the bowed before they dissolve. Then—Jayne's modern, medically-approved Ingredient goes right to work—kills Pin-Worms quickly, easily. Atk lourpt*rm,cttt. Don t take chances with dangerous, highly contagious Pin-Worms which infect entire families. Get genuine Jayne's P-W Vermifuge . . . small, easy-to-takeUbtets.. .special sizes for children and adults, COOKBOOK/By Melanie DeProft The excitement teen-agers feel after a close-fought game with the rival high school sometimes deserves more than coldculs and potato chips. Here's a way to satisfy junior varsity tastes and at the same time add a more festive touch. After-the-Game Snacks for Teens Served help-yourself-style on a bread board, this football-shaped sandwich loaf is made by alternating slices of rye bread with layers of delicious fillings. TUNA-KRAUT FOOTBALL PARTY LOAF 3 pkgs. (3 oz. each) cream cheese, softened 2 to 3 tablespoons cream or milk Pimiento strips Pimiento-sturfed olive slices Fillings (see recipes) 1 aval loaf rye bread, unsliced Butter or margarine, softened Watercress or parsley sprigs Prepared mustard Vi Ib. Swiss cheese, sliced 1. Prepare fillings; set aside, 2. Trim bottom crust from bread; cut loaf lengthwise into 5 slices. Set bottom slice on a serving board and spread generously with butter or margarine. Spread both sides of remaining 4 slices generously with butter or margarine. 3. Reshaping loaf as each layer is spread, cover bottom layer with the sauerkraut filling, second layer with the tuna filling topped with watercress or parsley, third layer with mustard and cheese slices, and fourth layer with the deviled ham filling. Put top bread slice in place. 4. Blend cream cheese with cream or milk in a bowl until smooth; frost loaf. Decorate with pimiento strips and olive slices to resemble football laces, Refrigerate loaf until ready to serve. FILLINGS Sauerkraut: Toss iVz cups well drained sauerkraut, snipped, in a bowl with 2 to 3 tablespoons mayonnaise and 14 teaspoon celery seed until well mixed. Tuna: Drain 1 can (6V4 or 7 oz.) tuna; (urn into a bowl and flake with fork. Mix in 2 tablespoons chopped green pepper, 1 tablespoon chopped onion, 1 tablespoon capers, and >/3 cup mayonnaise. Deviled Ham: Mix J can (2!4 oz.) deviled ham with 1 tablespoon drained sweet pickle relish in a bowl. One sandwich loaf Note: If an unsliced loaf of rye bread is not available, use thinly sliced rye bread. Trim crusts from 2 or 3 slices and put together to form a large slice. Repeat until there are 5 large slices; round off edges for top of loaf. Proceed as directed. 16 Family Weekly, October 3,1071

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