Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 7, 1971 · Page 14
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 14

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, January 7, 1971
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For next tveck Alton Evening Telegraph Thursday, Jan. 7,1971 A-15 Elementary school menus ALTON Monday: Fish sticks, green beans, fruit cup, buttered bread, milk, cake. Tuesday: Chili with crackers, peanut butter sandwich, stuffed celery, milk, fruit cookie. Wednesday: Pizza, peas, cabbage salad, milk, gelatin Thursday: Meat loaf, whipped potatoes, sauerkraut, buttered bread, milk, pudding. Friday: Barbecue on bun, corn, fruit, milk, dessert. ST. MARY'S Monday: Sloppy joes, shoestring potatoes, peas, peaches and milk. Tuesday: Chili and crackers, carrot sticks, peanut butter sandwich, pineapple upsidedown cake, milk. Wednesday: Pork patties, baked beans, spinach, applesauce, bread, butter, milk. Thursday: Fried chicken, whipped potatoes, pickled beets, apricots, bread, butter, milk. Friday: Tuna and noodles, lettuce salad, gelatin, bread, butter, milk. EAST ALTON Monday: Beef and noodles, tossed salad, hot rolls, fruit, milk. Tuesday: Hot dog on bun, baked beans, cabbage salad, cake with cherry sauce, milk. Wednesday: Salisbury steak, mashed potatoes with gravy, buttered corn, bread and butter, gelatin, milk. Thursday: Beef stew, spiced apples, biscuits, pudding, milk, Friday: Fish, parsley potatoes, peas, corn bread, fruit/milk. WOOD RIVER-HARTFORD Monday: Chicken noodle soup, ham salad sandwich, pickle slices, fruit. Tuesday: Spaghetti-ineat sauce, buttered % corn, lettuce salad, fruit, rolls and butter. Wednesday: Tenderloin, macaroni and cheese, green beans, cherry tarts. Thursday: Barbecue beef, french fries, potato chips, carrots or peas, fruit. Friday: Hamburger on bun, lima beans, slaw, gelatin. ROXANA Monday: Hot dogs on buns, french fried potatoes, carrot salad, milk, rice dessert. Tuesday: Ham salad sandwiches, macaroni and cheese, buttered peas, cranberry sauce, milk, cherry cobbler. Wednesday: Beef stew, calico slaw, hot biscuits, honey butter, milk, apricots. Cooking is fun By CECILY BROWNSTONE BUFFET SUPPER Seafood Curry Steamed Rice Condiment Tray Salad Bowl Peach and Strawberry Compote Walnut Rounds Beverage WALNUT ROUNDS Reminiscent of rich shortbread. 1 cup (2 one-quarter pound sticks) butter % cup sifted confectioners' sugar 1 egg yolk, from a large egg 14 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon vanilla 2% cups sifted flour 1% cups finely chopped walnuts In a large mixing bowl beat together the butter, sugar, egg yolk, salt and vanilla until thoroughly blended and fluffy. With a wooden spoon gradually mix in the flour, then the nuts. Chill for % hour or so. On a floured pastry cloth with a floured stockinet- covered rolling pin roll out y± of the dough at a time so it is 1,4-inch thick. (Keep remaining dough refrigerated.) Cut out with a 2- inch round cookie cutter. Place about 1 inch apart on ungreased cookie sheets. Bake in a preheated 350-degree oven until lightly browned —about 10 minutes. While still warm roll in extra confectioners'* sugar. Cool completely. Store in tightly covered tin box between sheets of wax paper. Makes about 5 dozen. Thursday: Poor man's chop suey, buttered wax beans, lettuce saiad, bread, butter, milk, raisin bars. Friday: Toasted cheese sandwiches, tomato soup, crackers, % hard cooked egg, celery sticks, milk, fruit cup. BETHALTO Monday: Salisbury steak, with potatoes and gravy, corn, bread and butter, cookies, milk. Tuesday: Chicken a'la king, peas, biscuit and butter, applesauce, milk. . Wednesday: Mostoccoli lettuce said, hot rolls and butter, applecrisp, milk. Thursday: Liver and onions with potatoes and gravy, green beans, bread and butter, cobbler, milk. Friday: Toasted cheese, tomato soup, stuffed celery, cherry topping cake, milk. EDWARDSVILLE Monday: Italian spaghetti, tossed salad, hot rolls, butter, milk, fruit. Tuesday: Cozy dogs, cheese stick, baked beans, cole slaw, milk, pudding. Wednesday: Fried chicken, mashed potatoes, gravy, buttered corn, bread, butter, milk, gelatin dessert. Thursday: Braised beef cubes on buttered noodles buttered peas and carrots, cranberry sauce, bread, butter, milk, brownies. F r i d ay : No school midterm workshop. ST. KEVIN'S Monday: Turkey noodle and rice soup, crackers, peanut butter and honey sandwich, fruit and milk. Tuesday: Pizzaburgers, applesauce, green beans, fruit anchmilk. Wednesday: Hot dogs' or coney islands, potato chips, buttered corn, gelatin and milk. Thursday: Ravioli, mashed potatoes, pickled beets, bread and butter, cake and milk. Friday: Macaroni and cheese, lettuce salad, bread and butter, pudding and milk. BRIGHTON Monday: Hot meat sandwich, potatoes and gravy, green beans, carrot and celery sticks, cherry pie. Tuesday: Barbecue, potato chips, corn, cabbage slaw, rolled wheat cake. Wednesday: Beef stew, spinach,, hot rolls, apple butter, peaches. Thursday: Chili and crackers, peanut butter sandwich, peas; lime gelatin salad, peaches, cookie. Friday: Fish sticks, french fries, spinach, apricots, cookie bar. GREENFIELD Monday: Barbecued beef, corn, apple rings, cake, milk. Tuesday; Wiener on bun, MADISON COUNTY PARENTS Supplement your Income as a part time representative with the WORLD BOOK ENCYCLOPEDIA. Ten flexible hours . so you can enjoy your family. Full time work with -guaranteed Income for.those. Interested. For information Call B. A. JOHNSON, 462-7505 French baked potatoes, sauerkraut, cookie, milk. Wednesday: Sausage patty, green beans, pickles, prunes, bread, butter, milk. Thursday: Bolopa sandwich, carrots, applesauce, rice crisp bar, milk. Friday: Salmon croquette, peanut salad, buttered peas, bread, butter, dessert, milk. GILLESPIE Monday: Wiener on bun, mashed potatoes and gravy, baked sauerkraut, carrot sticks, fruit. Tuesday: Hamburger on bun, dill pickle slices, stewed tomatoes, cole slaw, fruit, cookie. Wednesday: Chili and crackers, one-half sandwich, celery sticks, fruit. Thursday: Fried chicken, mashed potatoes and gravy, cole slaw, fruit, tea rolls. Friday: Pizza, lettuce salad, fruit blend, Vienna bread, cole slaw. BUNKER HILL Monday: Wiener on bun, cheese sticks, potato chips, green beans, slaw, bread, butter, milk, Cake squares. Tuesday: Pork sausage patties, mashed potatoes, gravy, buttered corn, bread, butter, milk, peaches. .Wednesday : Chili and care k e r ,s , peanut butter sandwich, celery sticks, bread, butter, milk, fruit cocktail. Thursday: Hamburger on bun, scalloped potatoes, dill pickles, buttered peas, bread, butter, milk, applesauce. Friday: Fish squares, green beans, lettuce salad, tomatoes, bread, butter, milk, ice cream. OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF ARTIFICIAL TREES! WREATHS! DECORATIONS 1 PRICE Cash and Carry ... While Our Stocks Last/ 1 2 NURSERY. AT ALL STORES! Wigs need air during storage DAVID BATES, PIANIST Pianist on Hatheway series The Hatheway Little Concert Series, under the sponsorship of kMonlicello and Lewis and Clark Community College, will open its current season with a recital by David Bates, pianist, on Tuesday, Jan. 12, at 8:15 p.m. in Hatheway Hall. David Bates is a member of the faculty of the School of Music at Millikin University in Decatur. He is a graduate of Northwestern University and the Eastman School of Music, and. he has studied with Rudolf Ganz and Frank Glazer. His program will include the "Toccata in D minor" by Bach, the "Sonata in E major", Op. 109, by Beethoven, and the "Pictures at an 'Exhibition" by Moussorgsky. All events on the Hatheway Little Concert Series will be open to the public free of charge. Other events scheduled for the series this winter and spring will be a lecture by Brother Theodore, philosopher, metaphysician, and podiatrist; a song recital b y Martha Deatherage, soprano; a sonata recital by Susan Harbison, violinist, and Robert Oldham, pianist; and a jazz concert by the Studio Band of the United States Army Field Band. Cooking cues Lightly poach pared Golden Delicious apples in wine, chill and serve as unusual garnish for turkey, ham or beef. DEAR POLLY - 1 think anyone using Christine's Pointer for putting a plastic bag over her wig head' to protect the wig from dust should be cautioned that tne bng should be loose and open enough for air to circulate. The advice by beautician gave may offer her added help and that is that a wig should not be enclosed without air. I suse a bag large enough to rest on my wig and the can of wig spray and this allows the needed ventilation from the bottom, avoids flattening the hairdo and keeps the wig and spray conveniently together. — MRS. W.N.B. DEAR POLLY - If Christine uses a plastic bag over a HUMAN hair wig she could damage it as such hair needs to breathe. I inquired at several shops about the care of mine and the best way t o keep them free of dust. The beauticians all said that if the hair cannot breath it will dry out and split more readily when brushed. If one has a good wig, it Is well worth spending the extra money for a proper wig box. - JANET TODAY'S PROBLEM — DEAR POLLY - I have beautiful black, white and blue slips that have faded under the arms. I am told this is from perspiration and have tried all kinds of detergents but get nowhere. T hope someone can tell me how to clear this up. — MRS. T.K. DEA R POLLY — I do hope my Pointer will help others who are overweight. The following gave me an incentive for dieting. I find it easier when I "see" the weight I lose so I take a c'ear plastic bag and fill it with potatoes that equal the weight I have lost. I weigh myself twice a week and add or remove potatoes as the case requires. It Is very encouraging to see exactly how much I lose and makes dieting easier, too. — GLORIA DEAR POLLY — It is always difficult to remove that last bit of cinnamon from a can so I add a bit of sugar and then shake the can. The cinnamon clings to the sugar, then shakes out easily to be used for cinnamon toast. — MRS. V.S. DEAR POLLY - I find it economical to save all the crumbs that are left in the bottom of cereal boxes. They are stored In a large glass jar until I have enough to use for crumb crusts for pics, for refrigerator desserts or cereal candies. — MRS. F.W. Yon will receive a dollar If Polly nses your favorite homemaklng Idea, Polly's Problem or solution to a problem Write Polly In care of the Alton Evening Telegraph. SERVING YOU 24 YEARS I TEMPLE CLEANERS il i I I PHONE 462-9294 NEED A NEW BATH? Tired of your old fashioned : bath? Check with us and find out how little it would cost you for • new modern bath. WISEMAN INC. 1300 E. BROADWAY ALTON, ILL. • Hygienicelly-Treated Disposable Dust Beg • Adjustable 3-Position Handle. Convenient Toe. Switch • Only 6" High, Glides Easily Under Low Furniture • All Metal Construction, Lifetime Lubricated Motor « •• A OR ONLY * CO V5 Eureka Disposable Paper Dust Bags In Stock Buy On Convenient Budget Payments FURNITURE Park Free In Lot At Rear Oi Store 627 E. BROADWAY ALTON PHONE 465-4461 FALL CLEARANCE OF ALL & WINTER FABRICS Metallcs, Satin & Sculptured BROCADES WH1LE Y* OFF THEY LAST! 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