Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 9, 1960 · Page 27
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 27

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, June 9, 1960
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I 'f THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 1960 Sweet, Sour Pickled Carrots Are Delicious By EDITH M. BARBER Itw ancestors of the modern carrot would hardly recognize their descendants. Except for col- .or, they have Uttle in common with the winter carrots of an older day. These were "woody" and of a rather strong flavor. It was necessary to urge children to eat them with that much ^disliked slogan — "They are good * for you." Soon after it was <fis- * covered mat they were high in vit- * amJn A, they were promoted as a ; remedy or 'a prevention for eye * trouble. The children did not take * to them so well In cooked form 4 and it was not until young tender * carrots were specially grown for J market, that they became a pop* ular relish and often an ingredl- * ent for a salad. * Tliey are well liked in raw .form because they are so crisp •and crunchy. If they are cooked * a short time, a good texture will I be maintained. They may be * dressed with plain butter, lemon* flavored butter or with spicy * vinegar. If you like, the carrots * may be pickled and canned for * later use. * Sweet and Sour Pickled Carrots 1 18 to 20 carrots (about 2 ^ pounds) J 1 quart vinegar i * 4 cups sugar * 1 tablespoon whole cloves J 1 tablespoon mace * 1 tablespoon whole allspice * 1 stick cinnamon I Wash carrots and cook in wat-i C er to cover until tender. Drain. * Rub off skins and cut into thin » strips. Combine vinegar and suit : ir in large kettle. AdJ spices * and bring to a boil. Pour over ; carrots, cover and let stand ov- * ernight. Simmer over heat 5| I minutes. Pack into sterilized jars; I and fill to within Vz-inch of j * top with hot spiced syrup. Seal, j * Yield: About 2 quarts or 4 Dints. 1 Carrot Salad * Wash carrots and cook in water * to cover until tender. Drain, rub 2 off skin and cut into thin strips. I Marinate in French dressing and * serve in lettuce cups. Top with * catsup-flavored mayonnaise. (Copyright 1960, ;'* Genera] Features Corp.) * : Pair Admits • 10 Break-Ins * it I In Macoupin « CARLINVILLE — Two Gillespie ' youths Wednesday admitted a ser! ies of 10 break-ins in Macoupin ; County during the past two months, « said Sheriff Russell Brown. I Apprehended were Robert Dale I Young, 18 and Henry Hughes, 19. ; They were arraigned Wednesday * morning before Justice of the * IPeace K. M. Homer, Carlinville, * 'and charged with burglary and I larceny. Bond was set at $5,000 * each. Young was released on bond * but Hughes was confined in the , county jail. ; The two made an oral confession * to Sheriff Brown, Chief Deputy *» Russell Sexton, State's Attorney I Paul Verticchio and Chief Henry * .Love of the Gillespie police, Sex* ton said. « The two admitted, the sheriff I said, entries at Vic Suhling Serv- ; ice Station, Gillespie, Case Imple- * ment Co., Gillespie and Erspamer * Garage, Gillespie on June 2 and I May 16. * They also admitted entrance in* to the Ranger Service Station, Gil* lesple, June 2; Stamme Implement I Co., Dorchester, June 7; Heyan ; Bras. Implement Co., Dorchester, * June 7 and Otto Keirle Implement * Co., Gillespie, June 2. » They got a total of approximate- I ly $400 from all the various break; ins. In all cases entry was made * by prying a door or breaking a * window, Chief Deputy Sexton I said. ; Young listed his occupation as * coal miner and farmer. He is em- l ployed 'by the Little Dog Mine, I Gillespie, Sexton said. Hughes is ; a mechanic and formerly was * employed by the Erspamer Gar* age in Gillespie, one of the firms * broken into by the pair twice, Sex* ton added. * State's attorney Verticchio said t 'the case of the two would be pre£ sented to the next grand jury. • : 61 in Brighton • Vacation School « BRIGHTON-There are 61 en"• rolled in the adult vacation Bible ; school at Evangelical and Re; formed Church, Mrs. Gus Orban, * superintendent, announced Wed* nesday. I Teachers in the school are: ; nursery, Mrs. Virgil Jones, " Barbara Geisler and Ellen Han* sen; kindergarten, Mrs. Harvey : Meckfessel, Lois Ann ScbJief and * Becky Rice; primary, Mrs. Otto Nurnberger, Karen Cotter and . Mrs. Don Gugger; juniors, Mrs. 1 Jack Austin, Mrs. Raymond * Watson, Sharon Oertel, Mrs. Don ••Gugger and Fern Watson. ". ', Sandra Jones is in charge of "music and Mrs. Otto Oertel and * !Mi&s Ada Oertel are in charge ••of fee kUch*n. "* A closing program is set lor To converts yards into meters by .9144. 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