Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 1, 1960 · Page 6
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July 1, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 6

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Friday, July 1, 1960
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PAGE SIX ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH FRIDAY, JULY 1. 1360 GALLING ALL COOKS! :x^:::: xw:.:x% ^^^:^:^•:^•^^:^^:^^;^^:•:•^^v^^^^^ •- : -' Grand Prize lor Best Recipe plus 30 prizes totaling $500! (3 in each recipe category) First Prize-$25 Second Prize-$15 Third Prize-$10 IN PRIZES IN THE I960 COOK BOOK RECIPE RULES 1. Enter as many recipes as you wish, in one or all categories. 2. Write your recipe carefully, in this order: a. Name of recipe, and category. b. List ingredients in the order they are added. c. Method of mix ing. d. Special instructions when necessary, example—(chill for 12 hours). r, Baking temperature, and time required for bakery products. I. Name, address and telephone number of contestant. 3. Write plainly. Use only one recipe to a sheet of paper, and write only on one side of the paper. 4. All entries become the property of the Alton Evening Telegraph. (No entries will be returned.) Decision of judges will be final. 5. Only one cash prize will be awarded to any individual. 6. The contest opens Monday, June 20, I960, and closes at midnight Saturday, July 30, I960. Winning recipes will be published in the Alton Evening Telegraph—Cook Book Section, Monday, September 12, I960. 7. Address your recipes to Cook Book, Alton Evening Telegraph, P.O. Box 298, Alton, Illinois. If you prefer, entries may be brought to the Telegraph office, I I I East Broadway, Alton. 8. Anyone in the entire trade area of the Telegraph is eligible and may send in as many entries as desired. Only employes of the Telegraph and members of their immediate families are ineligible. ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH RECIPE CONTEST June 20th through July 30th - - Get Your Recipes Ready Now! JUDGES 1. Miss Ruth Shank (Chairman) Home Economics Director, Union Electric Company, St. Louis. 2. Mrs. W. G. Grandfield, Home Economist, Monticollo College. * 3. Miss Jane Henry, Director of Home Economics and Lunch Service, Alton Beard of Education. 4. Miss Amy Stalling!, Home Economics, Civic Memorial High School, Bethalto. 5. Mrs. Eileen Wandler, Madison County Home Advisor, Edwardsvilla. 6. Mrs. Midi* Murbarger, Home Economics, Rexana High School. CATEGORIES 1. Salad and Salad Dressings 2. Vegetables (including soups) 3. Casserole Dishes 4. Meats 5. Pish and Poultry 6. Desserts 7. Cakes and Cookies 8. Pi* 9. Breads 10, Outdoor Cookery t I

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