Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 13, 1963 · Page 27
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June 13, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 27

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THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1903 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE TWENTY-SEVEN ™"™" l ""'^*""*""^™^" — """"""^""""^"^""^"""^"'"••••^•'•'""••""•^^•••••'"•^^•^^^"••^"•'•"••••••••"••^^ *~^~^"~**"~—•—^^——— — ————^^_^__^^____ ••iMM^maMiMi — T -.-.-. - -. _• _i -.1 . -. -- -JI-LI.i-r-rf—i ' ___^^^__^__ Raised Yeast Dumpling Recipe Is Real Old-Timer Barbecued Ribs Fine Companion ;By UNCLE FRANK KOIILER (Chief SMlleteer) RAISED YEAST DUMPLING "Here is a recipe that has bee in my i a m i 1 y tor two genera Uons," says Mrs. John J. ffiava cek, Chicago Daily News Chap ter. For outdoor eating, these ar wonderful with barbecued ribs , Indoors too. 3 cups sifted flour 1 teasoon salt 2 eggs, beaten % cake yeast (or 1 package drj yeast), softened in % cu water 1 cup plus 1 teaspoon milk 6 slices firm white bread toasted and cubed Sift dry items. Combine dilu ed yeast with milk and egg an add to dry items. Add brea cubes. Mix thoroughly and le rise to double in bulk. Toss on floured board and form 4 dump lings. Let stand 30 minutes. Bo: in large kettle, covered, for 1 minutes. Slice each dumpling into 4 slic es and serve with onions brownec in butter. Elegant with pork o sauerbraten and sauerkraut — and with Svickova — Oh, Man SALMON LOAF SALAD from Mrs. E. R. Harrison, Oklahoma City Dally Oklahoman Chapter 1 package lemon gelatin l'/4 cups boiling water % cup catsup 1 hard-boiled egg 1 small onion, minced 1 can salmon, cleaned and flaked 2 cups cooked rice Dissolve the gelatin in the boiling water, stir in the catsup and let cool. We added the hard boiled egg touch. We slice the egg and arrange it in the bottom of the mold. Combine the remain ing items with the gelatin mix (t u r e, and pour over the egg slices. Chill until firm, and when serving, unmold on lettuce leaves and slice and serve on chillec plates. A loaf pan makes a suitable mold for this application. SPICY OMELETTE PIE makes for fine luncheoning, for 4. 4 slices bacon 2 tablespoons shredded dried white onion 1 teaspoon dried shredded parsley Seasoned salt 4 eggs % cup light cream % teaspoon salt 3 /6 teaspoon black pepper 1 cup grated Swiss cheese Paprika Cut bacon slices in half, fry them until limp, and remove from pan. Soak onion in 2 tablespoons water for 5 minutes, drain and dry. Saute the onion and parsley in the bacon fat until lightly browned. Add % teaspoon seasoned salt. Pour into an 8-inch pie tin, lightly greased, and spread evenly. Beat eggs and cream together well, beat in J /i teaspoon seasoned salt, the salt and pepper, and i pour the mixture over the onion mixture. Sprinkle grated cheese evenly over the top, then place the bacon slices over the cheese. Dust with paprika and bake at 350 degrees for 15 minutes. Send YOUR favorite recipe and a stamped self-addressed envelope to this newspaper and become a life member of The Skillet Club. We'll send you a membership card to prove it. (© 1963. General Features Corp.) Macoupin Youth Reports for Service CARLINVILLE — Robert Dean Smith, of Virden, reported recently for induction into the armed forces, announced Draft Board 164 here.Ten men also reported ofr pre-inductin physicals. The board has also requested that "anyone knowing the whereabouts of Jerry Lee Allen, last known address of Rural Route 4, Carlinville, please contact the local board in Carlinville." Hospital News CARLINVILLE — The Carlinville Area Hospital listed the following admissions and discharges: Admitted, Daniel A. Atchison, Attilio Monetti, Violet L. Boston, William J. Brown, George Fontilla and Janet L. Gotcher, all of Parlinville. Lola M. Baker, Ship- inan and Barbara A. Hankins, Chesterfield. Discharged, Mrs. Helen E. Fenton, Randy J. Miller, Ricky D. Miller, all of Chesterfield. Mrs. Mary V. Flori, Mrs. Mary J. challenge from time to time the Rosentreter, and Otto Lange, all of Carlinville. George Morrison and Betty J. Mayos, of Hettick. Mrs. Vida A. Little, Gillespiej George E. Caufiled, South Standard; Mrs. Oletha M. Eddington, Bunker Hill. Nicaragua Pegs Money MANAGUA — The Nicaragua!! Cordoba has officially been valued at seven to the Dollar and has become freely convertible. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" OPEN EVERY NIGHT 'TIL 9 PM.' OPEN EVEIIY NIGHT •TIL 9 PM! OPEN EVERY NIGHT 'TIL 0 PM! ftlttt IOcM thronth Saturday nltht, June 16, 1963. Here's why you can bank on Kroger Kroger buys in carloads, truckloads, and boatloads and passes the savings on to you iiittaiiiiiljMBIiifc&S:^ ^»si : S^ .. ^ 350 EXTRA Top Value Stamps . with this week's coupons from your Kroger Mailer. SAVE 50c on the pu. chase of a i-pleca place setting of Imported Porcelain China In your choice of two lovely patterns—Golden Rose and Golden Harvest, 100 EXTRA Top Value Stampi plui BOa Oft—Purchan of 14 Inch Platter. M EXTRA Top Value Stamp*—Purchue of 4 16-ox. or ai-oi. cant New Flavor Soft Krosror Pork and Beam. M EXTRA Top Value Stamps—Purchase of 3 8-coimt packagea of Kroger Sandwich or Wiener Buns. 100 EXTRA Top Value Stampi—Purchase of 2-lb. pkr. of Kwlck Kriap Bacon (thick or thin illced). M EXTRA Top Value Biampi—Purchase of 1-doten California Lemons. FREE-One Pkg. Cho-Co Cherry Bars With the purchase of 2 packages. You get all O 6-ct. Q I I O W pkgs. V • • I* FREE— One 3-Oz. Pkg. New Kroger Orange Pineapple Gelatin With the purchase of 0 8-oz. packages of Kroger Gelatin O 9Qf» (Any flavor) WPkgs. «**» Eatmore— Solid Margarine. Mazola Margarine 5 SS 79c 1 ctns. Kroger—Fancy Wisconsin Sliced—Natural Swiss Cheese 16-oz. Econ. Pack Hell, Hunter, or Krey Whole or Half 'oneless Ham ^ 79c Whole or Half—Tied, Sliced Boneless Ham "89c Fres-Shorc Haddock Portions 2 & 99c Hunter—By the piece LARGE Bologna Hunter—Artificial Casing—By the piece Braunschweiger TENDERAY BEBIF, cut from fully matured bi^ef, is mads naturally tender 'by an exclusive quick-age riiethod. U.S. Choice—Tbnderay Brand Center Cut Chuck IRoast KROGER TENDERAY BEEF Cl.S. Choice — Tenderay Brand ___ _ . Standing Rib Roast. . . . ~™ . . . -. - lb 7bc iCf.S. Choice— Tenderay Brand Boneless Shoulder Roast..,,....." 59c .S. Choice—Tenderay Brand Chuck Steak HJ.S. Choice—Tenderay Brand ft [)elmonico Steak......,,,....."$1.89 }U.S. Choice—Tenderay Brand (Boneless Rib Steak....,,.,,,..-$1.39 K 100 Extra Top Value Stamps 2: with thin coupon and the purchase of 3-lb, Pkg. of Ground Beef or 2-lb. Pkg. of Ground Chuck Coupon expires Saturday night. June 15, 1963. We reserve the rliht to Umlt, l»-T>y.('«'V—•-"£'*«"'>'r«J Avondale and Green Giant Canned Food Sale $1-00 V ALU AB C.E' C O U P O N K 100 Extra Top Value Stamps 3 with this coupon and the purchass of » a 2-lb. package of Kwick Krlsp Bacon Thick or Thin Sliced Coupon expires Saturday nlcht, June IS, 1963. Green Giant Peas. Avondale Peas 7 '%. $1.00 Green Giant—Kitchen Sliced Green Beans ... 5,£ $1.00 Avondale—Cream Stylo Golden Corn ... 9 a $1.00 Green Giant Niblets Corn . . . 6 ^r. $1.00 Green Giant — Whole Kernel White Corn .... 5 2£ $1.00 V ALU AB LE CO UPON V SO Extra Top Value Stamps 1 ivlth thla coupon and the purchase of Vi Gallon Costello Frozen Dessert We Coupon cxplro* '•- ' - -•-••'. .Tune 18, 1963. Banquet Frozen Dinners $ Italian, Enchilada, Mexican, Chopped Beef, Chicken, Macaroni and Cheese, Turkey, Haddock, Beef, Salisbury Steak, and Ham Dinner* 1 A CDCf ID Flltt Gift Certificates from, the CLOTHING CO. Just In time for FATHER'S DAY ThiM Certifloitel Will Be Qlfcm Away at tour Kroger Storei Alton Plata 7600 Statti, E. St. Louie E. Alton Granite City 910 Illinois, E. St. Louis Godfrey Collinsvllla 4515 W. Wain, Belleville 24 N, High, Belleville Idwardsvlllo Kroger—Golden Loaf Pound Cake Each or Kroger Variety Breads Loaf Plain or Seeded Italian; Plain or Iced Raisin; Plain, 100% Whole, or Cracked Wheat; New Orleans French Bread; Plain, Bismarck, or Cottage Rye; and Vienna Bread. Country Rolls (34(1 Each) $1.00 Good Quality—Cut Green Beans ......... : .4r.i.r. .9 «»• 60 EXTRA TOP VALUE STAMP STICKER on «ach package W Krnier — Deep Butter Pecan Coffee Cake ......... each 59c 60 BXTKA TOP VALUE STAMP STICKER on each package of Nmv KroKer linked Pastry Crown of Fruit ............. Bach 49c Blueberry or Apple 'n Splc. Welchade Drink 32-oc. cant 89c Fiesta Punch 3 ^ 89c Duncuii Illnei—White. Yellow, Devil') rood, or Lemon Supreme Cake Mixes 2 18P £r 75c Duncan nines—Deep Chocolate, Cherry Supreme, or Coconut Surprlie Cake Mixes 2 $£ 75c Jumbo 5 ilie Honeydews Each 59c D.H. No. 1—Kxtr* Semi-Freestone—Southern Peaches 3 Lbl 49c 138 size—California *»» ut»f * * •» "*•*-« Waffles 10 5P ° BZ -. *1 Avondale Cut Green Beans ....... 8 caa °,? s $ 1 Krocer • , Catsup .'4.....6&E * 20-01. bottlei 49* Brooks 5 13-01. bottles 2 23-oz. 7Q_ bottles • **» 49c Catsup llrooks—Regular or Smoky j Barbecue Sauce .......... Ilenuzlt Air Deodorizers can Litrender, Bouquet, Pine, or Fracrnnt (^Regular 69c) Regular, Drip, or Fine Grind Kroqer P!. Coffee l-lb. Can Regular, Drip, or Fine Grind Maxwell House Coffee l-Ib. Can Valencia Oranges DOI 49c Persian Seedless Limes Dor 39c Sweet, Juicy Florida Mangoes 2 tm 39c Fancy U.S. No. 1 Green Beans 2 u». 29c Delicious, Home Urown Hot House Tomatoes , i* 39c Freuli Carolina Blueberries ,. M1 . w 39 C Exlra Fancy—C.A—Red Delicious Apples ...... ,,,250 3..«,. 69o Extra Fancy Wlnesap Apples SMALL 45-SIZE MEDIUM 36-SIZE / MOT THIS JUMBO 27-SIZI BUT THIS Jumbo—37 size Vine Ripened California Cantaloupes for New Crop California Fresh Fruits Fmh, Plump Strawberries 3 PH. $1.00 Quart- 59o ;t" Piustlc Pot Caladiums ea. 39c PerletU Seedless Grapes .,........,. n, 39o Royal Apricots ,.. it, 39c Ccrdlnal Red Grapes ,......... u>. 39c Yellow MM! Freestone Peaches .,.»«*n*..x.a.« M> 29c BIUIUOM Red Plums u. 39c

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