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June 11, 1936

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FAGB SEC THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE. IOWA. THURSDAY, JU NE LUANA Xuana Lady Wins Prize For Recipe In the pamphlet. Now Method Mixer, published by the New Method Paint Co., we see that Mrs. Breitsprecher, •wife of our hardware dealer, received honorable mention for her recipe, Pineapple Icebox Cake, as follows: 1 lb. vanilla wafers, crushed or roll ed 1 cup chopped nut meats 1 No. 2 can crushed pineapple, drained 1 cup butter 2 egg yolks 1 cup sugar 1 teaspoon vanilla. Cream, butter, sugar and egg yolks five minutes, or use electric mixer, add pineapple and mix. Put in square tin, a layer of wafer crumbs and chopped nuts, then layer of pineapple mixture until all is used, putting crumbs on top. Let stand 12 hours or more. Serve with whipped cream. As a prize Mrs. Breitsprecher re ceived a solid copper ice bucket and tongs. A neat little gift. Sawvelle-Nelson Nuptials Saturday Miss Grace Sawvelle of McGregor, a granddaughter of Mrs. Joe Welter, was married to Lloyd Nelson of Clermont at the home of the bride's father, Mr. Sawvelle of McGregor, at five o'clock p. m. Saturday, June 6th. Supt. Holmes Resigns. Supt. Herman Holmes, for the past two years head of the Luana Consolidated Schools, asked for and got his release from that position by the school board Monday evening, he having been elected to the position of Smith-Hughes agriculture instructor at the Ackley schools at a salary of $1900 per year. No successor has been named for the vacancy created here. James Eno Weds Miss Florence Risen Mr. James Eno, second son of Mr, and Mrs. John Eno of route one, Lu ana, was married to Miss Florence Kisch at the home of the bride's par ents, Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Kisch, Owatonna, Minnesota, on Wednesday, June 3rd. Mr, Oliver Eno, brother of the groom, and Miss Winifred Puth of Owatonna were the attendants. The newlyweds are on a honeymoon trip to the Black Hills. Miss Helen Truman of Luana was present at the wedding. We join with the many friends of the groom in this locality in extendin, him and his bon voyage on the matri monial sea. Flies From DesMoines to Her Home In Emmett, Idaho Emil Rekow and lady friend from Garner came Saturday evening for an overnight visit with Luana relatives, Sunday they took his sister. Miss Min nie Eekow to Des Moines, where in the evening she boarded a plane for her home in Emmett, Idaho, expectin. to reach there about eight o'clock on Monday morning in time to eat breakfast with home folks. Miss Re kow had been spending a month here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Rekow, and other relatives. Couple From Garner Wedded Here Saturday Evening A quiet wedding took place at the Lutheran parsonage in Luana at 8:30 o'clock on Saturday evening, when Rev. H. P. Kumpf united in marriage Mr. Emil Rekow and Miss Beulah Haskins, both of Garner, Iowa. The groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Rekow of Luana, and is a me chanic in a garage at Garner. The bride is a telephone operator at Garner. Mr. and Mrs. Rekow left Sunday on a honeymoon trip to Des Moines. We join with friends of the groom in wishing him and his health, happiness and prosperity. Lyledene Engelhardt is visiting her aunt, Mrs. George Messing, in Chica go.' A baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nelson on route 2, Luana Friday, June 5th. Mr. and Mrs. R V. Pearson were Saturday guests of their son, Leonard, and family in Postville. Mr. and Mrs. John F. Langenberger of Monona were supper guests Sunday at the M. E. Smith home. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Behrens spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Herman Holmes at Central City. Air. and Mrs.. Geo. Engelhardt and -family attended the funeral of her sister at Blairstown last Tuesday. Ben Overbeck and Arthur Berg left Friday morning for Chester, S. D.. for a few .'days on the farm, where they are doing some repairing and building. Mr. and Mrs, John Wylie and family of Lake Park, Minn., arrived here on Saturday for a vacation visit in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ezra H. McGhee. Mrs. Harvey Moore came home from the University Hospital at Iowa City on Saturday afternoon to recuperate during the summer and will have to return in the early fall for treatment again. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Burt and son Donald, and daughter, Ivyle, spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Burt, at Waukon. An eight-pound boy arrived in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mueller on Thursday. June 4th, this being their fourth son. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wilkinson of McGregor, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Welter were Saturday evening supper guests in the Orville Jones home. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Doerring, son and daughter, of Afton, are visiting in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs, Wm. Doerring, and with other rela tives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. George Ziegler and children of Guttenberg were here on Thursday visiting in the home of his mother, Mrs. Dora Ziegler, and sister, Mrs. Henry Mueller. Mr. and Mrs. Louie Hartwig and Roger Hahn of Earlville, with their son, Leo Hartwig, and wife of Chica go, were dinner guests Thursday of Mrs. Dora Ziegler and son; Charles. Mr. and . Mrs. Werner Knuth and three children of Owatonna, Minn., have been visiting his mother, Mrs Mary Knuth, and other relatives and friends here and at Monona the past week. " Mrs. Alice Smith of Staticoy, California, is here visiting in the C. P. and L. B. Smith and R. V. Pearson homes in Hardin; also in the Frank Coon home at McGregor and the H. H. Smith home at Monona. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Frye, Mrs. Bertha Splies, Mrs. Orpha Rist, Miss Susan Chapman and little Miss Jean Ann Miller were entertained at a six-thirty dinner Wednesday evening in the home of Mrs. Beulah Nichols at Postville. t U. B. Iwerks and Mr. Bunday of Humboldt, South Dakota, enroute home from Detroit, Michigan, were overnight guests Saturday of the former's brotherinlaw, Will Lindroth, and family, and also visited in the George and Frank Lindroth homes, Mrs. Louis Engelhardt, with her daughter, Mrs. Hazel Schrader, and sons of Clermont, left early Sunday morning for Des Moines to spend most of the week with her sisters. The boys attended the Register and Tribune carrier salesmen's circus on Monday. Misses LaVerda and Leila Nuehring, Damond and John W. Nuehring, of Luana; Miss Mary Nagel of Monona; Ihleen Preve of Lemond, Minn., enjoyed the week-end with the former's sister, Mrs. Leonard Fette, and family at Meridan, Minn., Miss LaVerda Neuhring remaining for the summer with her sister. While in Minnesota they visited Schley Lake in Mankato, Goose, Loon, Clear and Canon lakes. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Lindroth, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Lindroth and Richard, Mrs. Levi Schultz, Reed and DeVonne, | Mr. and Mrs. Roy Moon, Jean and Bernice, Mrs. Minnie Collins, Marga ret Mae, Carlton and Robert', all of Luana; with Mr. and Mrs. Julius Heins, Mrs. Amelia Heins, Miss Lenora Heins, the Misses Martha and Ralinda Lammert and Mrs. Helen Moon, all of Postville, enjoyed a picnic Sunday along the Turkey River near Clermont. 1938 ,4 CASTALIA THE ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH CASTALIA, IOWA Rev. Wm. Striepe, Pastor Sunday, June 14 Sunday School 0:30 a. m. No Church Services, FRANKVILLE W. A. Gibbs visited relatives at Lu- knee Edwin Grotogut has been very sick with flu the past week. L. B. Crawford made a business trip to Cedar Rapids Friday. ' Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Barrett of Volney were callers in town Monday. Denn Kneeskern has been laid up the past two weeks with a bruised GRAND MEADOW Elizabeth Cahalan entertained the 4-H Club at her home Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Miller were Sunday supper guests at the Wm. Lubbers home. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wells were callers at the O. L. Trudo home Friday evening. The members of the 4-H Club met with Ellen and Been Nuehring Monday afternoon, practicing for Rally Day. Mr. and Mrs. John Krambeer and sons were Sunday evening callers at the' Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Neverman home near Monona. Mrs. Clifford Osmundson entertain ed the Home Garden Club at her home last Thursday, Mrs. 6. L. Trudo being the assisting hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lubbers and family were Sunday guests in the home of her sister, Mrs. Harvey Clau sen, and family near Farmersburg. Beverly Krambeer of Guttenberg is spending two weeks at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Krambeer and Mr. and Mrs. R. E. McNally. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cahalan and children were Sunday visitors at the Chas. Fay home in McGregor and at the Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Pixler home near Monona. The following were Sunday dinner guests at the Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Osmundson home: Mr. and Mrs. Ewald Lyngaas and baby, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Olson, Norma Cooley, Elmer, Thelma and Leona Lyngaas, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Nygard. Mr. ar;d Mrs. J. C. Wells spent Sunday at Guttenberg in the Mr. and Mrs. Howard Leui and Mr. and Mrs. Wray Brown homes. Mrs. Brown and daughters accompanied them home for a visit until Mr, Brown finds a suitable home at Clinton, where he is working as carpenter on the government locks being built between Clinton and Fulton, I1L ana Friday, Mrs. Ida Kramer spent Friday with relatives at Ossian. Mrs.-Chas. Albright went to Iowa City Thursday for medical treatment. Mr. and Mrs. H. I, May and son of Kansas City are guests at the home of Miss Alma Uhley, E. C. Bachelder and Clifford Stee enjoyed a fishing trip to Waukon Junction Saturday Mrs. Martha Schroeder and Kenneth Schultz went to Mason City Tuesday for a visit with relatives Mrs. Mary Harvey-.'and .Mrs. Johnnie Moore of Cresco spent Friday at the home of Mrs. Ella C. Harvey. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Clough and I £° me in Pos t v ille. son, Milton, of Dubuque came Satur day for a week-end visit here with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Baltz and son Keith and Mrs. Catherine Smorstad attended a family reunion at Charles City Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Drallmeier and children of Decorah spent Sunday here at the Mr. and Mrs. Helmuth Meyer home. Mrs. Joe Kluss and daughters left Friday for a several weeks visit with Mr, Kluss at their home in Mitchell South Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Meyer returned Thursday from Blairstown, where they attended the funeral service for Mr. Meyer's sister. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schultz, Jr., o „, Elmer Schultz and Vernon Huffman of Mart Winger home in Postville. Rossville left Saturday on a ten days Mrs. Orval Ruen of Castalia spent fishing trip in northern Minnesota and the past week here with her sister, r, — JI - Mrs. Clifford Hughes, and family. Mrs. Helmuth Meyer, Mrs. Carious Clifford Hughes and family have Meyer and children, Mrs. Fred rented the Walter VanWey place here Schultz, Mrs. Joe Kluss and daughters and occupied the same last week were visitors at West Union Thursday Noel Crabtree of Austin, Minnesota afternoon. was a guest here the past week at the Mrs. Oran Brandt, Mrs. C. B. Lester VanWey and Mrs. Elma Crab- Schopp, Mrs. Earl Dahms, Mrs. Earl tr ee homes. Bachelder, Mrs. Winder and Mrs. W. Mrs. Dan Higgins and granddaugh Timmerman were visitors at Wa, ter, Ellen Teipe, left Monday for verly Thursday afternoon. Janesville, Wis., for a few days visit The Lutheran Ladies' Aid Society W1,h re l*> tlves x . . , i . , , Mrs. Harry Harvey and son, Leon- was entertained at the church parlors ^ • , . ,„ . .. ™ u . . „„ ard, from Decorah spent several days Wednesday afternoon. The hostesses ... , .... „ . •».-,» -o- J ii »». here last week with her parents, Mr. were Mrs. Milton Birdsell, Mrs. Glen •„ , _, ,„ TT i „ and Mrs. Phil Brouillet. Mundt, Mrs. Heckman and Mrs. Henry „, . _ „ , , ' Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Birdsell and son, • Ralph, Mrs. Flora Birdsell. Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Valder Meyer and Mrs Eldo Lang and son Forrest , were sons attended the Lee-Wangsness McGregor visitors Sunday edding Sunday at the Norwegian Mrs Saran Beckett and son , Allen , Lutheran church near Decorah. A and daughter? L ji a , and Miss n 0 Plag . reception was held at the home of the man of clayton wero guests Sunday bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John at the Daniel Russett home Lee, near Decorah. otto Hager and familVi John gwing, Mrs. Donald Peckham was hostess Clarence Crabtree and family motor to the J. M. H. Club at her home Fri- e d to Lansing Friday and went on the day afternoon. A picnic supper was boat excursion to LaCrosse, Wis. served. Those that enjoyed the cour- Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Uren and tesy were Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Meyer, children from Angus, Wis., came Sat Mrs. Will Albright, Mrs. Elsie Kobrig- urday for a several days visit here at er, Mrs. Rawson, Mrs. Earl Anderson the Tom Bollman home and with oth and son, Mrs. E. C. Bachelder and er relatives and friends, children, Mrs. Harold Harvey and son. Mr .and Mrs. Nngel moved into the Chas. Barrett house the first of the week, Mrs, Miner VanWey came home on Monday from a several weeks stay in Waterloo. Emmett Schroeder. and L. B. Craw ford purchased new Ford sedans the past week. Mrs. J. J. VanWey and Mrs. Lester VanWey were callers in Castalia and Postville Friday. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Birdsell were business callers in Decorah Wednesday and Friday. John Schutta spent several days the past week at the Herman Schutta Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hagcr and daughters motored to Dubuque on business Tuesday afternoon. . Dr. F. W. Kiesau of Postville was a professional caller in town several times the past week. Mrs. Francis Evert and sons were visitors with relatives in Oelwein on Monday night and Tuesday. Glen Letchford, Earl VanWey and Gus Smithling were business callers in Decorah Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Drew and son. Jimmie, of LaCrosse, Wis., were busi ness callers in town Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Padden, Martha Hager and Virgene Letchford were fishing at Lansing Sunday. Mrs. Albert Depping and daughter, Marguerite,. spent Thursday at the GUNDER Church Notes Dorcus Society. Saturdny, June 13, at the churchy parlors. Mrs. L. 6 Hierson and Mrs. C. Ricrson, hostesses. Norwegian services on Sunday, June 14, at 11:00 o'clock. Sunday school at 10:00 o'clock. Mrs. Mnrcn Jenson is sick and con lined to bed at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Ricrson spent Sunday afternoon at the Thco. Wold home. Hildur Opsand is assisting with the household duties at the Henry Bigler home. Mr. and Mrs. Kuhso and daughter visited Thursday evening at the Eldon Kurth home. Delores Wold visited last week at the home of her sister, Mr. and Mrs, Mervin Anderson. The Clermont American Legion held a meeting Monday evening at the Millard Lottsgard home. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Anderson and family were dinner guests Sunday at the Henry Mork home. Mr. and Mrs. George Landsgard and family attended a picnic Sunday at the O. T. Knutson home near Elkader. Mr. and Mrs. P. K. Peterson and daughters and Mrs. B. Nelson visited Sunday at the John Helium home. Mrs. Gilman Knutson and Mrs. Elmer Osmundson and Phyllis visited Sunday afternoon with Mrs. J. O. Lind. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Loftsgard and family of West Union were dinner guests Sunday at the Helmer Loftsgard home. Stanley Loftsgard had the misfortune to break a bone in his foot last week and has to walk on crutches for a while. Yvonne Gisleson was an overnight guest Thursday at the Arnold Mueller home to help Arlene celebrated her ninth birthday. Selina Olson returned home Sunday from the Decorah hospital where she has been a patient for two weeks. She is getting along nicely at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Herold Opsand and family, Mrs. Christine Rypestol and Corrine motored to Hawkeye Sunday and spent the day at the home of Arthur Solberg. Over the Capitol building at Washington, D. C, there are four fiagstaffs; the flags over the east and west entrances fly night and day and are hauled down only when congress adjourns. These flags are the only ones in the United States which by right are permitted to fly after sundown. The custodian of the flags states that since this congress has been in session wind and rain have worn out seven sets of flags. BETHEL Wonder Workers Met at Julius Krousle on Thursday l The members ot the Evergreen? Wonder Workers held n meeting the,Mr. and Mrs. Julius Krousief last''Thursday afternoon, where spent the afternoon practicing io r ly Day. Those present were Janice, Be and Barbara Bramavd, Esther Hazel May, Marian and Margaret Ruby and Iva Phipps. Edith G- Virginia Kalke, Eunice Krousle, By 5 thy and Norma Burr, Bessie wi 'ar ian Tomilson, Vera Stieber. Junew ster, Mrs. George Brainard, Mrs, p-' RotTman, Mrs. Otto Rovang and Guy Bnrr. Mr. and Mrs. Arbe Behrens visf relatives in Luana last Friday , Mrs. H, W. Meier entertained' Birthday Club at her hospitable [• home lost Tuesday. j Louis Hill, Jr. visited a couple' days last week at the home oi and Mrs, Arbe Behrens. Mrs. Will Ewing and Gladys of Pc^ ville were week-end visitors in t Mr. and Mrs. Jess Uhl home, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Uhl, Mrs. J- Mny and son Jackie wove Sunday Itbrs at the Horace Gordanicr home Postville. Mr. arid Mrs. Arbe Behrens via Monday evening at the homo o( parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Leui, Postville. Mrs. Herman Nuehring and grai son visited in the home of her a-'-' Mrs, Lena Sander, in Postville it-'-' day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Arbe Behrens enta tained the Croquet Club members i- their husbands at their farm home Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Nuehir Virginia and Oliver were d" guests Sunday in the Mr. and Glen Tindell home in Postville. On Femco Farm at BreckenrMg Minnesota, owned by Frederick fourphy, a Minneapolis publisher,! cow with an extraordinary IT Femco Johanna Bess Fayne. She,' entitled to her impressive name! cause she is an extraordinary cor. Bess, as we will call her for short,' the new champion butter produ' cow of the United States, and the cow in the world that ever productd more than 1,500 pounds of butter year in two different years. She is purebred Holstein, now nine years cs In 1933 she made a record ot lit) pounds of butter and 33,510 pounds S milk in 12 months. She has just beaten her former record by piodnatj 1,525 pounds of butterfat and 3M! | pounds of milk in the last year. Mrs. F. W. Harvey, Mrs. C. R. Winn and Johnny, Mrs. Roy Dean, Mrs. C. B. Schopp, Mrs. W. J. Timmerman and Mrs. Cora Harvey. FRANKLIN TWP. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Boedeker and niece from Sheboygan, Wis., were uests here Monday at the Albert Dep ping home. Miss Verona Depping ac companied them home for an indefinite stay. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Letchford and Virginia, Mrs. Mabel Waters, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Letchford and Leon, Mr. Many Attend Shower at Luana. Many folks of this township attend- ™ d Mrs ' J ' C ' Schu «a, Mr. and Mrs ed the shower and dance held at the f nerman Bollman, Mrs. Rilla Letch- Farmers' Hall, Luana, in honor of Mr. ' Harry Bollma 'i. Mr. and Mrs. J and Mrs. Paul Kuntap on Wednesday K Klleesker n and Betty, Mr. and Mr night, June 3. Mr. and Mrs. Kuntap were married at Elkader on May 27, a week before the shower. The bride was formerly Miss Alice Smith, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Smith, who live near Forest Mills. The groom lives near Luana. Happy Birthday Celebration. On Sunday, June 7, a large gathering of relatives came to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Swenson and fam ily in Jefferson township to help Mrs Swenson celebrate her thirty-second birthday anniversary. At noon a delicious dinner was served cafeteria style which was thor oughly enjoyed by all. Relatives present from this vicinity were: Mr. and Mrs. Chet Barr and boys, Junior and Roland, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Leppert, Delver and Russell Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Oelberg and family, Mr. and Mrs. Seward Swenson, Harley and' Grace Swenson Henry and Pete Hamon were trad ing in Monona Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Colvin were Sunday visitors in the A. J. McSchane home. Fred Fish has been painting Chet Barr's house during favorable weather the past week. That Ireland doesn't produce all the potatoes in the world is proven by the following excerpt from the McGregor Times: "W. H. Hagensick leaves a Fairhbpe paper in this office which tells of the potato crop in Baldwin county, Alabama, where the Bradford Neimeyers live. It states that local gTowers have received far in excess of a million dollars for only a part of the crop. A total of 2700 cars have been loaded at the five shipping points, approximately 100 cars being loaded each day. The net cash price is $1.20 per bushel." Fenimore Ambrose, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bollman, Maurice Uren and family enjoyed a picnic at McGregor Heights Sunday. Have you noticed that most of the talk in Washington now about relief is not how to abolish it by putting people into employment but bears on how best to provide it, states the Northwood Anchor. "Take it out ot politics," say the republicans. "It is not in politics," say the democrats. Relief is with us for a long time . come regardless of which party is i.. power. And as long as it lasts it will be in politics. BY VIRGINIA FRANCIS Director Botpoltxt BUetkc Cookmry /lUtMnl* There's a certain day each week and a certain number of days each spring and fall when mops, brooms and curtains rule the whole household. Housecleaning days, of course! And aren't those the days when most of us want to send the offspring up to grandma's and bar the doors to hungry husbands? Takes 1 Cooker heat units that yon can tmst them for hours and hours with yonr most prized dish. Complete meals may be cooked in this large cooker without any exchange of flavors, and meats—even the tough, inexpensive cuts—can be rendered tender and tempting. Real cooking miracles they are. And remember, the Thrift Here is the story of a motorist who sped by a motorcycle policeman—and what do you suppose happened? Last Friday when Iowa Highway Patrolman Lloyd Meyer was cruising south of Calmar on U. S. highway 52 a car shot past him at the rate of more than 50 miles and hour, says the Decorah Journal. On the trail of a possible speedster, Patrolman Meyer started to follow him. At every curve the driver gave a signal of his intention to go around the curve. When a city was approached the car slowed down to an exceptionally moderate speed When there was no danger, and s clear road the car was driven rapidly, The driver, in an Ohio car, used every precaution in driving. Catching up with the Ohio motorist in Decorah, Patrolman Meyer approached him and asked where he learned the system of signaling. Ohio requires no driver's licenses and the motorist had just picked up his code of signals. He explained that he watched the car ahead of him and tried to signal to the car behind him. Instead of getting a ticket or reprimand, • Patrolman Meyer complimented the motorist for the care he used in driving. So hereby hangs the tale of the motorist who was chased by a highway patrolman—and won praise instead of a ticket The pfrMity of the thrift coofcor 6f the electric range »*of^w^* ™* is ureal boon to homemakert during house cleaning w"<- too much time to stop and prepare a meal—to say nothing of going into the kitchen every five minutes to see how the stew >B stewing. And that's another thing I Why is it that stew is almost as synonymous with cleaning day as turkey is with Thanksgiving Day? Is it because stew is one of the least evil of the cooking evils? Whatever the case may be, we are here not to undermine cleaning day and staw, but to uplift them. The meal problem on busy cleaning days has now been solved to the whole family's advantage. You may carry on the cleaning tasks without kitchen interruptions and still serve the family a fine dinner by preparing this meal in the Thrift Cooker of a modern automatic electric range, Cook* Complete Me»U s The Thrift Cooker is the large economy unit installed in the cooking top of the electric'range. Foods may be cooked in this well-Insulated container without danger of burning or scorching, and without requiring a watchful eye. In fact, so well con- troUed and disciplined are the Thrilt \ Cooker is only one feature of tie modern electric range. Now for the "twin image" of one of these Thrift Cooker meals. This weal consists of a combination of fresh, succulent vegetables cooked together in the bottom of the cooker while a luscious salmon loaf « cooked in the top. You'll find it easy and quick to prepare tool Salmon Loaf With Vegetables. 1 large can salmon 2 eggs 1 cup soft bread crumbs Cauliflower 1 tablespoon chopped Carrots parsley Potatoes , Pepper Turnips Pew drops onion juice Beans 1 cup milk Mix together the first seven ingredients and place in a small mold. Prepare vegetables, leaving the cauliflower whole. Place i cup water in Thrift Cooker, with rack in place, and bring* {« boll on High. Arrange vegetables in Thrift Cooker kettle. Place sataoB loaf on- top - of vegetables. Cow{ kettle. When steam comes froni««' tmtohow. Steam 1WQ minutes.

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