Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois on May 26, 1955 · Page 17
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Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois · Page 17

Dixon, Illinois
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Thursday, May 26, 1955
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Margaret Isn't I Teens Love These Huge ^ervouS About ChocoJate Chi Cookieg By WAYNE OLIVER NEW YORK IjP— Anybody substituting: on a television interview program might be expected to feel a little nervous interviewing a former president and first lady on TV. But that is'nt what's Margaret Truman. OlK the s"no\ i the worrying "The only thing I'm worried about is trying to sit in Ed Mur-row's chair," says Miss Truman of her laetst TV role, conducting a Person to Person interview with her parents on CBS tomorrow night. After planning for months to have thp {nrrr.rr rr»c;i<vr appear on the show, Murrow had to gc to England to cover today's elections. So Murrow asked daughiei Margaret, now a TV veteran, tc take his place in New York, as the cameras visit the Truman home in Independence, Mo. "The first time Ed asked Dad to appear he simply couidn't fit it into his schedule." Miss Truman explains. "The next time I couldn't be there because I was on a concert tour and Ed wanted all three of us together. Then three or four weeks ago he asked if I'd take his place here tor the visit Friday "What I'm going to love is that before the show I'm going to be able to see them and they can't see me. The video monitor is one- ever. Mr. and Mrs. Truman will be able to see Margaret whenever she's on camera. Miss Truman has been under contract to NBC Uie past four years, and received special permission from the network to appear on the rival CBS. Ladd Firm Low Bidder on Lee Co. Projects SPRINGFIELD —(Special)— The Ladd Construction Co., Ladd, 111., was the apparent low bidder on four bridge and paving projects in Lee County that are included in Gov. William Stratton's 5123.000,000 highway construction program for 1955. , The Ladd firm submitted bids totaling 5102,191 to build three bridges and approaches and for one and a third miles of paving near West Brooklyn. Bids on the individual projects —511.944 to build a bridge FAS Rt. 1S2 over South Branch Beech creek, located a mile and half southeast of Ashton. — S27.T42 to build a bridge c FAS R.t. 177 and .14 mile gravel or crushed stone surface course, cated six miles east of Amboy — S16.544 to build a bridge and .10 mile gravel or crushed stone surface course approaches on FAS Rt. 177 five miles east of Amboy. —546.161 for 1.3S miles bituminous surface treatment on FAS Rt. 179 south and east of West Brooklyn. The Rockford Blacktop Construction Co., Rockford, was the apparent low bidder on a three and a half mile paving project on Rt. 72 north of Stillman Valley in Ogle County. Its bid was S69.250. Fast Justice GREENSBORO, N. C. (.?>— The wheels of justice grind slowly, but sometimes there is a change of pace. State Highway Patrolman Harole Cooke arrested a man on a drunken driving charge, and was subpoenaed for four terms of Guilford Superior Court. Cooke spent, in all. seven full days in court, from 9:30 a.m. until adjournment, waiting for the case to be called. Finally the defendant was brought before the judge, at 5:05 p.m. The man pleaded guilty, testimony was heard, a fine of $125 and costs was imposed. Time then; 5:06 p.m. STRUCK IT RICH - She's « winner, as anyone can tell. Mrs. Lelia Boroughs of Beverly Hills, Calif., happily displays checks totaling S377.500, first prize in a puzzle contest sponsored bv publishers of the new .funk it Wagnalls Encyclopedia.. New spaperA H C fi I V E ® Kinr-siie treats-t-jumbo chocolate chip cookies— are whipped up by Jane Tupper. Brooklyn, X. Y.. for a teen-age snack feast. Br G.VYNOR MADDOX , Let's ask a leen-ager what her ; :rowd likes at a get-together. Jane j ruppcr. attractive and popular j ;enior at Friends School in Brook- j yn, N. Y., suggests that, to cap i he climax at a party, you make j ;iant-size chocolate chip cookies, i t saves passing the cookie platter. Duarts and quarts cf milk go with jvery teen-age party, by the ;uests' own choice. When Jane is serving more substantial refresh-iients. she features baby pizias. Jumbo Chip Cookies One-half cup butter or shortening, 6 tablespoons granulated su gar. 6 tablespoons brown sugar. 1 cups sifted all-purpose flour. l.j teaspoon baking soda.' \2 teaspoon salt, few drops hot \va- cup chopped nuts. 1 6-ounce package il cup) semi-sweet choc olate morsels. V2 teaspoon var.ma. Blend butter with sugars. Add egg. beat thoroughly. Sift together flour, baking soda and salt; add to mixture; mix well. Add a few drops of hot v/ater and mix together until well blended. Stir in nuts, semisweet chocolate morsels and \ ulla. For 6 extra-large jumbo cookies from this batch, use about '2 cup batter for each cookie.. Place on baking sheet; flatten with back of spoon to about 3--mch thick. Bake 3 cookies at a time in a moderate oven (375 degrees F.l 12 to l-: minutes. For 12 smaller jumbc cookies, use about }± cup batter baking 4 cookies at a time. Bake 10 to 12 minutes. Party Pizzas (1G pizzas) Eight English muffing, Cove of stick butter or margarine (S tablespoons), melted; 2 cans (R ounces) tomato sauce. Ji pound American or Mozzarella cheese, grated Parmesan cheese, oregano. Cut English muffins in half and brush with melted butter or margarine, then toast until golden in hie? Spread eacn rntiitm wun vith slices of American c Spoon a teaspoon of melted butler or margarine on each pizza before putting in oven. Bake in moderately hot oven U00 degrees F. ) for 15 minutes. MAY RESICN-Welfare Secretary Oveta Culp Hobby, who has been under attack for the handling of the Salk polio vaccine, is reported considering resigning from her Cabinet post. Observers believe ■ her resignation, of which . she warned President Eisenhower some months ago, will be due to illness of her 77-year-old husband, former Gov. William P. Hobby of Texas. Not for Ducks WEST, Texas *.P) — It rained clucks in DeDUtv Sheriff Buddy Kuyken- rlall's front vard during a violent hair storm. One of the baseball- sized hail stones struck a duck it flew over and killed it. TASTy.JENPEfc COUNTRY FRESH FRYERS . . » 45 FOR YOUR PICNIC NEEDS WEINERS.3 98 FRESH SLICED Pork Liver 2*29« CHOICE CUTS — WELL TRIMMED ST STEAK. >49 WILSON'S Bacon Squares » 19' GRAUVOGL'S HOME-OWNED MEAT MARKET CORNER PEORIA & FIRST Governor Vetoes School Bus Bill SPK1NGFIELD, III- — Gov. Stratton Wednesday vetoed legisla- : •vhich would have broadened the definition of school bus to include any motor vehicle operated by or for a governmental agency. vate organization or religious organization for the transportation of pupils. The governor said tne language would include certain private passenger cars and charter vehicles hich were not wiuun tne contem plation of the bill sponsors. Help! Police! ANN ARBOR. Mich. <J> — Robert ,o,.;,;c-m tvarU rprtain of free meals for 10 days. Broke, he bor- ,rv,.ort a Him* to ca 1 nonce ana get , «n!>nr» after ordering and oatinv fie-ht cheeseburgers and iau ing to pay for them. The Dixon Evening Telegraph Thursday, May 26, 1955 WE CUT ONLY U. S. CHOICE MEAT T-BOM STEAK 98° ALL CHOICE CUTS Sirloin Steak 85k BEST BLADE CUT m M( Pot Roast Beef . . 40ib. PAULSEN'S FRESH DRESSED Frying Chickens . . FRESH GROUND. LEAN Hamburger .... OSCAR MAYER — 9 to 11 lb. Avq. Canned Hams . . - SWIFT'S PREMIUM or ARMOUR'S STAR Sliced Bacon . . . SPIGED LUNCHEON MEAT SLICED 49s FANCY. LARGE HEAD LETTUCE . FANCY. RED. RIPE TOMATOES CALIFORNIA SUNKIST ORANGES FLORIDA JUICE ORANGES . 59k 39k 79k OSCAR MAYER M g\C Skinless Franks . . *l57ib: 59k BOILED HAM SLICED Va Pound 59° LARGE, TENDER PASCAL CELERY . . .2-29' 10c CRISP. TENDER 1 lb. cello CARROTS "«k FRESH. TOUNO,. TENDER M A{. SWEET CORN . . . " HOME GROWN A l ib. It. ASPARAGUS . . . .Z be, «6 We Are Open Saturday Night Till 9:00 p.m. Sun. Till 12:30 . t ■ a i tube ■ V yiQc . . ■ ■ • dox1v 176 JAg - Size doz. *fW Z 1? W Page 1? k;/4J,:>.i..- :.-v •. ; . ..- - — RESCUE IN MID-AIR— An exciting rescue operation is re-enacted in the skies o\ Force Ba*e, Va. Two KB-29 tankers, each with an engine gone and in danger propellers, feared a crash-landing because of loads of jet fuel they were carrying, of Thunderstreak jets came to the rescue, drawing fuel from the tankers. Alter re would dive to sea level, v.-here fuel ccr.ru.—icr is high-', hvrn <v:t their ioa«: more. The "flying gas stations lanaed safely. , •er Langley Air of losing their So a squadron ifueling, the jets and return for Pick Miss Illinois . On Saturday Nighty QUINCY, 111. l?>— This year'al urday night from a field of 14 can-C didates. She will represent Illinois in the'" Miss America contest to be held" later this year. Entrants in this year's state con-I test will come -from Quincy, Wood -River. Alton, East St. Louis. Car-" mi. Harvey. Bioomington. Moline,-the Quad Cities. Sterling. Harris-" burg. Carbondale, Mattoon and_ Cairo. The Illinois -Junior Chamber of_ Commerce, sponsors of the contest-announced that Lee Ann Meriweth-^ er. last year's Miss America, and- Pat Bruce of Fain'ield. las; yeat's' Miss Illinois, will be on hand tol encourage the contestants. i by bodily te- We Will Be Open Monday, Memorial Day, Till 12:30 picnic ^}ixin i - COLD DRINK GUPS. 2-25' HOT DRINK COPS. 2-25' and in Color* PAPER PLATES . . 2^25' cpo"oS5> SPOONS . .2 »:25c SSS& FORKS... 2-25' PHILADELPHIA AA CREAM CHEESE. 33° KRAFT VELVEETA .-75c KR4FT— De Lux* Sfkcd SWISS, PIMIERT0, AMERICAN MONARCH— White M*ot TUNA FISH MONARCH ORANOE and GRAPEFRUIT... SECTIONS "» 25e MONARCH ORAPE JUICE . . . 27c 39' 14oz. Tin I potato" salad 1 I <■"<< »««<»» tir ^7 B MIRACLE WHIP SALAD DRESSING "Z- 33c Monarch MONARCH — '» Htra Htcry $yr.p A- SSuJiA 1IIIAP 0 « Of. COC FRUIT COCKTAIL . 39> TOMATO JUICE . .1 - 3*s MONARCH Dark Kea * KIDNEY BEANS . .L Li" MONARCH -R«5«/or or Kotfur nnilMTDV CTVI C 33c DILLS "» 33e MONARCH— Mii.d Sift Smr"S?™pS° ^ SWEET PEAS "» 1'e RIPE OLIVES . . . COUNTRY FRESH EGGS 35 Butter Cookies 251 pkg. Pretzel Stix 59- CANADA DRY GINGERALE BUY 1 CARTON AT REGULAR PRICE AND GET -ANOTHER |C CARTON FOR ■ RITZ CRACKERS 33c pkg. Save Time Drive Out Plenty of Room for Free Parking newspaper: IRCHIVE*

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