Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 20, 1963 · Page 29
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June 20, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 29

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PAGE THIRTY ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, JUNE 20,1963 Try This Soon Clear Tomato Soup Is Great By UNCLE FRANK KOHLER (Chief SklHctwsr) CLEAR TOMATO SOUP. Whil Cream of Tomato, according t our old friend, the late Arnol Shtrcliffe of Chicago, is the Na tlon's Favorite Soup, it is a little heavy in our book to start a big meal. Here is a nice, light tomato soup to serve in its stead ThJs serves 6 in bowls, 12 or so Party Dessert Will Go Well In Summer By EDITH M. BARBER For the next few months melons furnish the answer to that ever-present question, "What Shall we have for dessert?" Almost everyone likes this fruit and is pleased to see it appear on the table at the end of a meal. Perhaps it appeals especially to the housekeeper who has the ever- present problem of meal planning. Melons need so little preparation. We do like them chilled and this means that we should think ahead if they are to be at their best. There is only one objection that some people make and that is that they scent other foods in the refrigerator. This is not the case however, if they are wrapped tightly in foil but this should not be done until they have ripened to just the proper point at room temperature. Party Dessert 3 cantaloupes 1 cup fresh orange sections 1 cup sliced bananas 1 cup sliced fresh strawberries 1 tablespoon fresh lemon juice Cut cantaloupes in half. Remove seeds and cut meat into balls. Combine cantaloupe balls with remaining ingredients. Serve in cantaloupe shells. Yield: 6 servings. Vanilla Cantaloupe Cup % cup sugar % cup water % cup fresh lemon juice % cup fresh orange juice 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 3 cups diced cantaloupe Sprigs of fresh mint for garnish Combine sugar, water and lemon juice. Bring to boiling point. Cool 15 minutes. Add orange juice, vanilla extract and cantaloupe. Chill 2 to 3 hours or overnight. Serve in sherbet glasses. Garnish with sprigs of fesh mint. Yieldr: 6 servings. LONG WAIT PINE, Ariz. Iff) — Justice of the Peace Isaac Hunt decided it was time to ask the County Board of Supervisors for a pay raise. Hunt said he hasn't had a pay hike since he took the justice job in this northern Arizona community. That was 25 years ago. Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily in cups. This may be served jellied too by the way, with the addition o 2 tablespoons of plain gelatin dissolved in a little cold water am stirred into the shimmering mixture. But anyway: 2 tablespoons butler Vt. cup chopped celery 1 celery top, chopped % cup thin sliced ouion 3 /i cup sliced carrot 2 sprigs parley 8 whole peppercorns 1 clove garlic (optional) 4 cups canned tomato juice 2 whole cloves Vz bay leaf 1 teaspoon salt J /2 teaspoon white pepper 14 teaspoon dried thyme 2 cups hot beef bouillon Minced parlsey or chives as garnish Melt butter in a large sauce- ran and stir in next four items, tir and simmer until onion is ust golden in color, men stir in emaining items except bouillon and garnish. Bring to a boil, then immer 1 hour. Strain, then stir bouillon, heat thoroughly, and erve with minced parsley or chiv- s sprinkled on each portion. If you are serving this jellied, dd the bouillon as above, then issolve the softened gelatin in ie mixture, and let cool. Serve chilled cups when firmly set, reaking up the soup with a fork. ine chopped red or white rad- shes make an elegant garnish prinkled over each portion. COCKTAIL PUGGS are delect- ble when filled with a paste hich you can make by mashing ardines thoroughly and combin- ng with a little mayonnaise. Or ood results can be achieved by r orking anchovy, bloater, lobster r other paste into cream cheese or the purpose. These may be erved to advantage with a- salad, if you make very tiny little alls, they make a superb crou- on for service with the hot tomato soup. For the batter: 1 cup boiling water Va cup butter 1 cup flour 3 eggs Combine water and butter and ring to a rolling boil. Add flour 11 at once, and beat vigorously. Vhen mixture cleaves from side pan, remove from heat. Beat n the eggs, one at a time, beat- ng well after each addition. If you are going to fill them, rop about % teaspoon at a time nto a buttered baking sheet and ake at 425 degrees until very ight, hollow and delicately browned. When cool, fill as desired by cutting a slit in the side of each. For the crouton idea, drop not lore than % teaspoon of batter or each. Watch them closely while jaking, because they cook very uickly. Send YOUR favorite recipe and stamped self-addressed enve- ope to this newspaper and be- ome a life member of the Skillet Club. We'll send you a member- hip card to prove it. DIETSCHY'S MARKET Phone HO 5-6B24 FREE DELIVERY 500 RIDGE SIRLOIN STEAKS Pin Ib. iBonc, Choice QC- Cutslb.**"* FRESH GRD. HAMBURGER . 2 95c SPARE RIBS LEAN AND MEATY— 3 LB Average, Ib. 45c Hunters Skinless WIENERS Loose Lb . . 39c CHUCK STEAKS VEAL-RIB CHOPS LEAN GROUND VEAL u,49c Ib 65c „ 65c LEAN PORK CUTLETS . . . BONELESS STEW-BEEF . END CUT PORK CHOPS Ih 49c n, 69c .b45c Hunters Showboat BACON ; ll ';,r 1 ":" 45 PORK STEAKS LEAN — FOR iBARBECUE Ib. 39c 29c FRESH GRADE A FRYERS . . Lean Grd, BEEF CHUCKS . 2- 41.25 SMOKED-DRIED BEEF PkR. OQ- fc »' l » MIXED COLD CUTS MEATS . Ib. 4Q A f »»*» CHICKEN BACKS . . Ibs. LARGE, JUICY FRANKS SLICED — Longhorn (%Q|t CREAM CHEESE lb.«*"* CHICKEN WINGS ...... Ib. Wylers LEMONADE MIX . 3 29c A-G BARTLETT PEARS j£^ Can 39c Campbell Chicken Noodle Soup 3 55c TOILET TISSUE .... Van Camp O 8-oz. OQg Pork-Beans *» cans "ww Red-Pie CHERRIES « OQ« * rans «*«*»* Mayonnaise POT. SALAD O fiQf* • Jars "5»l» WAX-TEX WAX PAPER rolls 16-oz Box ELBO-RONI for LARGE SPIC 4 SPAN Krey Salisbury STEAKS Mutih'rni Gravy . •cans 9b AUSTEX BEEF STEW LARGE Can Delmonle ORANGE JUICE Mussolman APPLE SAUCE .3 SL 49c VINE BIPE TOMATOES Ib. 90* **»!# FRESH PEACHES Ibs. 9O* V96 SWEET QORN . ear« BAG CARROTS for LARGE PASCAL CELERY STRINGLESS A Green BEANS * Ibs. Hew Creen Cooking Amies. 3" 35c NEW RED POTATOES . . 10 49c \ I^SW. •"• \ WE OFFER YOU CONGRATULATIONS AND PLEASANT MOMENTS AT MEALTIME IN THE HAPPY YEARS AHEAD To the bride of today we extend this friendly invitation to visit Tom-Boy and get acquainted ... to walk down a different kind of aisle . . . this time with your mind on the problem of meal-planning. In this first wonderful year there'll be over a thousand meals to plan. Let us help make the job pleasant and keep within your budget with our weekly suggestions. Get started right with those listed below. CHUNK STYLE—LUCKY STRIKE TUNA U.S. Government Graded Choice Beef with Flavor*Plwt CHUCK ROAST FIRST CUTS Ib. 33 Center QQft C Cuts. Lb. 09* No, I CANS TOM-BOY MARGARINE Lbs. $100 I FORBES GROUND BLACK PEPPER l'/2 OX. Pkg. 19 APPLE PIE SPICE 33' Muenster or Brick Sliced Cheese 39e TROPICAL Orange Juice .0%. 450 Hunter's Cooked OR Beer SALAMI By Piece LB. Try Them Barbecued-Arm Ont SWISS STEAKS . . . Stick to the Bibs Goodness BONELESS POT ROAST Economy Cut RIB STEAKS . . . A He-Man Dish BONELESS STEW BEEF For Patties or Loaf CROUNDBEEF . . . Krey's Deliclously Tender CORNED PORK BUTTS , Uk. I*. IA.1 lib. 59e 79c 79c He 49c 65c Fine Flavor CHUCK STEAKS 1 Va Ox. Pkg. HEINZ CATSUP 14 Ox. **JCC Bottle J 531 Beads 0' Bleach 39' New Charmm ^BIB^ __ • __ gentle tissue 4 ROLLS FOR 29 '*•&&«$$$! MORTON'S FROZEN BEEF, CHICKEN or TURKEY 18 Oz. Bottle POT PIES 6 8-oz. Pk|s. DEL MONTE CREAM STYLE GOLDEN CORN or PEAS .... j JOYFUL BRAND STRAWBERRY PRESERVES : SO RICH, THAT IT WHIPS • • I IT'S MADE BY THE CARNATION COMPANY ;: AYWON BRAND FRISKIES DOG FOOD . . CUT GREEN BEANS. SANDWICH CREMES . . . | RICH N' GOOD BRAND COOKIES | TOP QUALITY CLOTHES RINSE STA-PUFF I. • 3,3 QQ Cans jj J Mb KQ . Jar Jj . ™10 4;-49 4-39 ,4.. QQ «* Jj * AR' Bottli fcj J >TOM*Mr MWM MANHATTAN COFFEE c " 590 Limit 1 Can with coupon and purchase of $1.50 or more excluding tobacco, fresh milk products and coupon Items. Limit 1 Coupon Per Family MANHATTAN COFFEE LB. CAN 59 ffJmll I Can With Coupon) ' Frozen—Tropic ASSORTED FRUIT BARS 4 Pkgs. $100 6 in • Holt Price Sale Buy 1 at Reg. Price Get 2nd for % R-F FROZEN RAVIOLI 12-oz. Both (or... 74c Frozen FLAV-R-PAC PEAS n/ r ib. Poly YOU'RE INVITED TO TRY THE FRESHEST FRUITS & VEGETABLES IN TOWN !: EXTRA FANCY—VINE RIPENED CALIFORNIA CANTALOUPES3-69 C CUCUMBERS GX PEPPERS . 2 15C >*'''/ j^ ff SWEETHEART SOAP 4 R.5i.Uir ^«« C •« 54 FREE Extra Fancy GOLDEN RIPE BANANAS . . From California UPTON TEA BAGS SUNKIST ORANGES r- . . 2 89c 16-COUNT PKG. OF f er POTATOES . 10-59c (Produce Prices Good Through Sat. June 82nd.)

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