Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 7, 1960 · Page 24
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 24

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, July 7, 1960
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PAdfc TWENTY-FOUR Mexican Di*h for Sunday ftreakfnttt By UN** rnAi<m (GUM ftkiltctiwr) Mactntchado is * Mexican chipped beef dish. fine for lute Sunday breakfast parties, ft is normally served with hot tortillas. but toast or toasted English muffins will do well, or corn cakes 1 npiind chipped beef 6 tablespoons baron fat 1 clove garlic, pressed 1 small onion, minced H teaspoon ground spices or poultry seasoning. 1 tablespoon chili powder (or to taste). Dash of black % teaspoon salt. 1 teaspoon vinegar \i cup canned tomatoes, drained 3 eggs. Pick over the beef carefully, and shred it. Melt fat, stir in the beef, garlic and onion, and cook and stir until 'all is coated and meat is frizzled. Stir in spices and vinegar. Stir in tomatoes and cook and stir well. When liquid is amost all cooked away, break in 3 eggs, and scramble all together until eggs are set. Serve hot. Bacon and Eggs in Cups. A good and novel idea withal. For 6 people (if they're hungry, this serves but 3) use a muffin tin having 6 large cups. Precook 12 strips of bacon until limp but not crisp. Preheat oven to 35ft degrees. Arrange the bacon strips as a lining in each muffin cup, ering bottom and sides, and break an egg in each. Put 1 tea spoon of rich cream over each egg, dust with salt, pepper and paprika, and bake until eggs are firm. Remove carefully with spoons, and serve on buttered toast rounds or halves of buttered and toasted small English muffins. New England Funnel Cakes. This is a Down-East' favorite from Grandmother Everett's archives. These cakes may be served dusted with sugar, perhaps a little cinnamon, or served with maple or apple syrup. 2 eggs 2 cups milk Va teaspoon salt 1 tablespoon sugar 2% cups fited flour 2 teaspoons baking powder. Beat the eggs well, and beat in milk, salt and sugar. Sift flour again with baking powder and beat that mixture in. Beat until smooth. Use a funnel for making these. Hbat a skillet with about >,& inch of fat, to 375 degrees. Hold your finger under the bottom of the funnel and remove it to let about 3 tablespoons of batter run in. Batter must be thin enough to flow freely. Holding the funnel over the skillet, let the batter run into the hot fat, releasing it in 3 equal parts, to form 3 little cakes. Fry to a golden brown on 1 side, then turn and brown the other. Drain on paper toweling, and keep the supply hot until you have used all the batter. Sand YOUR favorite recipe and a stamped self-addressed envelope to this newspaper and become a life member of T h e Skillet Club. We'll send you a membership card to prove it. (Copyright 1960, General Features Corp.) When the Piglrims came to Massachusetts they made certain to bring along ship's carpen ters. They buit sloops of about 60 tons that could be used both as merchant vessels or as fighting ships. Berry Picking Biggest Treat Of Summer By EDITH M. BARBER Each summer, I look forwa/d to a weekend in the country where I will have the opportunity to pick berries. Some of the fruits are cultivated In the garden, but there are Always wild bushes to be found and, like everyone else, I am willing to face the thorns. There lire usually plenty of black raspberries and a few of the red. The blueberry bushes may not be ready until a little later in the summer. More of these berries seem to come to the market than any of the others. Perhaps this Is because they carry better during trans portation. When the others are more plentiful, they are likely to be sold locally. While nothing Is better thai berries with sugar and plali cream, we will certainly be templed to make a blueberr pie and use them In muffins o teacake. Of course, It is als possible to make a Brown Bet ty with any of these fruits. Another fruit, a supply o which will be increasing durin the month, is the southern cro of peaches. Almost, all of thes are marketed fresh. Californl will be sending us fresh plums The supply of watermelon from Florida, Texas, Californi and Arizona will be larger thar it was last year. Berries, French Style Place berries In glass servin bowl. In front of r each person place a glass plate. Allow eac person to serve himself wit berries. Sprinkle berries will granulated sugar, and s h a k plate until each is coated. Pas small bowl of commercial sou cream for use as a topping fo berries. Blueberry Muffins 2 cups sifted flour 3 teaspoons baking powder \» teaspon salt 1 cup blueberries V* cup shortening '4 cup sugar 3 egg, well beaten 1 cup milk Mix and sift flour, baking powder and salt. Add blueber les. Cream shortening, add su gar and cream until fluffy. Stir n well-beaten egg. Add dry Ingredients alternately with milk beating well after each addition. Bake in greased muffin pans in moderately hot oven (425° F.) about, 20 to 30 min utes. Yield: 18 small or 12 med !um niuff'ns, (© 1980, Genera! Features Corp.) Postponed MEDtJRA — Trie Mttskmafy Society the ICempet Baptist Church has been postponed to July 2t. A meeting of the Ruth Mission Circle of the Bethel Baptist churchhas been postponed to July 12. Bureau Council MEDORA — Mrs. Hope Chism Meetings in Medora In Switzerland te people wel come motorists driving their own cars. But, the Swiss love order liness and cleanliness; ask onl that motorists do not litter thei roads by tossing garbage from cars. FKEI DIUVIRY Phont Ct 4-»2»l or DU 4-M4I Who put the z-i-M-p In the barbeCUEd chicken? CUE! ... that'* who I A little CUE adds a lot of zip to any. tfttaf yoy grill- It's the new barbeCUE sauoe mad* by folks — and for folks — who know good barbeCUE f Great on chicken, ribs, hamburgers «-aay meat or fish. Hungry? Left haw a barbeCUE tdnJghtf Pick up your CUE 9ittt ttart th* fin. fiiw preducl from Mr*. TucMtr't k'lchen — v aC 4 Co, fi sn-dsy focctifij flic HWHIC Economics Council at Cnrlfftvillc Tuesday. Chlsm was re-elected chair- ninn of the council. fMrftnlay CftlPhMltlflm MEDORA *-A, double blrtti- day party was held at Oodtrty Sunday, the honored glHSRtft !*• Ing Miss June Chism and her brother, Clifford Chism, of Medora. The dinner was at the home of Mr. and Mr?. John Kirsch. Attending were: Mr. and Mrs. L 0. ftrilington, Mhw Patty Thomas of St. Louis; Mrs. Hope Chism, Miss June. Clifford and John A. Chism, Robert Kaltal, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Bowman of Medora. Probably the first New York Stock exchange, although an in formal one, was Tontine about 1800. Room and board In Tontine's was 10 shillings a day, about double the ratp then In Boston and other American cities. Brighton Guild Dinner Canceled afttGHfDN «*> Retreat -of the Women's GuiM of St. John's EvangillMI and Reformed Church will be held Wednesday, July 13, att the church. TtM r* Tavern ftreat will be for all women of the Church. Enrolls In School BRIGHTON —Miss Margaret OHman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Ofttnan, and a 1M Southwestern Hlgtl fradiatt, htf enrolled at the Rfttfflfrnf fitM* tj? School. She bejsn clawes to* 90 Vet* BRIGHTON - MflT IM el, Mrs. fna Long 'and Mrs. SwBluuB Montague wflT receive 20-year Jewels at Oil frtday 8 p.m. meeting « th« Rebelwh Lodge at the lOOf Hall. BRIGHTON - SJd Hormel, Jet- LfiADS IH OWAJWBL CT.ftAS tJP The Admifalty survey ship M.M.S. Scott has bwn given vn Job of locating wrecks th tfw English Channel by echo-sounder, London reports. The Channr-1 clean-up* is being undertaken to seyvllle, will preach at the Presbyterian Church during the four week* absence of vacationing pastor, the Rev. W. Kennard Lacy. The Rev. Lacy will return in August. gain clearance fot huge dl tankers. Tr» *»<**• which He between 45 tfid W feet down, ire left front the two World W^rs and were not Included in the post-waf eWif- ing operation. The Navy it that ttm« felt they were deep enough to cause no danger to ordinary shipping- 7tomlc~meory was expounded as early as 400 B.C. by a Greek physical philosopher, Democrt- tus. bj| popular ACCLAIM..: WIN with Super Shop/ FREE! 13 GRILLS! Register Now at Any Super Shop Food Store tot FREE Barbecue Grill to be given. DRAWING-SATURDAY, JULY 26 No Purchase Necessary To Register a people'* CHOICE... Siif)(>r Shop i FOOD STORES ! «•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••» Member A-G Stores Associated Grocers Company of St. Louis, Mo. 5c Off Deal DIAPER PURE 33c Il-Oi. Pkg. We Reserve the Right to Limit. Prices Good July 8th-9th Northern TISSUE . 4 Nescafe—I Oc Off—-I nit ant COFFEE . . 35' • Libby Tomato •r JUICE . A.G.—Halves or Sliced PEACHES 2 OUR PLATFORM: Best Foods LOWEST PRICES! 45' 2 c 45e Stokely Shellie BEANS Libby BEEF STEW "<£ 47c There Is None Better! Super Shop Meats! Hickory Hill Thick Sliced g|^ LB. Pftttlt Mayrose SLAB BACON . Ib. 39c 6 - 12-lb. Avg. - Whole or Half Mayrose Beef Round STEAK DL Phon» FRontiwr I-M1T A.G. Market 001 Central. Wood River, OL Phone CL 4-4M4 College Avej. A.«. Market 3124 College Ave., Alton Dial HO S- First and Last Cuts Choice Selected Center Cuts Lb. Rib Portion Lb. 89* PORK CHOPS Lb. 49* Chicken of Sia Tuna AG Qrapt Jelly 2 V.' 45 Karo Syrup, Blua Labil 'V 26' Pillsbury or Ballard Biscuits 3 A6 Margarine 2 Flavor Ki«t Joed Honey Rings, Oatmeal or Windmill Cookies Km Street A.G. Market Elm and AJbf SU.. Alt** Dial HOI-MIS Floyd's A.G. Market 3rd and PeiuJaf, Wood Klrer. OL Closed Wednesdays Pkgi. A.G. Market 35 C Mayrose LUNCHEON MEATS! By the Piece THURINGER ... 59c By the Piece Jumbd BOLOGNA . . -39c BV the Piece BRAUNSCHWEIGER . . »39c Sunshine Milco Graham Crackers «ii°W *B C White, Yellow or UeviUfood Betty Crocker Cake Mix 2 Highland. Alton Dial HOB-MS* We Deliver BB e A.G. Marker Betty Crocker Cherry or White Frosting Mix pkgi. SB* For All Meats/ Brooks' CATSUP 12-Os. Bottles For Crisp So/ads/ SALAD OIL Quart Bottle 10* N. Delmar, Hartford, D4. Dial GL4-M4S Uptown A.G. Market 2824 Humbert, Alton, I1L Phone HO 0-1S11 BANANAS 2 l2-Oi. lott Always Fresh from the Far ml Fruits anfVegetables! Top Quality Golden Ripe 3 Pounds OQG For £33 Sinti Roia~C«lif. U.S. No. I—Long Whit. Jymbo St«ikl— PlM«l C*Hf,—T»nd»r Sweet RtdPlum POTATOES CELERY CARROTS 5-W W- 2«:25 I Ml Shamrock St., EM* Alton, III. Dial CLi-ftm RebVo A.G. Food Mart Elm Alton, 111. Di«| HUS-OHS Free Delivery A,0, Morktr 700 e. Broadway, Alton PTM Delivery Dial HOl-nil fmltty'i . A.», Wood tUvw, 01. ThWIf. A,«, Mttktt at, IM» Alton. UL 14.4-46U

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