Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on June 17, 1970 · Page 118
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 118

Phoenix, Arizona
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Wednesday, June 17, 1970
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fct.-i .tt The Arlamt Republic ttwafc, Wrt., June 17, 1WI Former miner has new career in dried foods business Try a Manhattan Pitcher To make the Manhattan % cup dry vermouth A Valley father of seven, married 31 years, has built a new career for himself that includes the entire family. : C. W. Thompson was an Arizona copper miner until just last year, when he bought his cousin's dealership to sell dried foods. , Thompson, his wife and his = seven children (ages 11 to 30 years old) all pitched in. , They set up samplings in ; their Mesa home, stocked : their camper-trailer with 'cans. ; "We were lucky if we could $300 worth in a month," -Thompson reports. • "But since then I've bought a two-ton truck, opened an outlet in Phoenix. My son, Joe, opened another in Scottsdale, we've hired 20 out-state salesmen, and sales are about $1,000 a day. The dried foods are processed by many large companies including General Foods and General Mills, Thompson said. They are re-packaged in No. 10 cans ( 7 /s gallon) by the Sam-Andy company of Los Angeles and distributed to dealerships such as Thomp- son's Foods. "The foods will last indefinitely on the shelf," Thompson reports. "Once a can 18 opened it will last six to 1ft months, depending on Oft product." The list of dried foods is extensive: fruits, vegetables, grains, meats, and many others, with such unusual items as egg, cheese, butter and shortening—all powders, with well over 100 different products available. Who buys dried foods? Campers, boaters, hunters, for sure. But also people interested in "insurance in a can," according to Thompson. "In case of emergency, there is security on the shelf with these products," he said. "Recently a man bought a year's supply; it came to $900 for him and his wife." The family also caters to church suppers, and can plan a meal for 27 cents per serving which includes creamed chicken and rice casserole} gelatin salad with coconut, apples and beets; peas and carrots, baked apple crisp and home made ice cream. MANHATTAN PITCHER 1 quart bourbon % ctip sweet vermouth large chunk of ice and stir. Put maraschino cherry In each glass. Makes about 22 cocktails. '- Customers Nancy Taylor and Walt Turley, seated, get a l^sli^ Mrs. C. W, Thompson, Elna, Thompson and Joe Salad dishes will be feature of GOP Women's luncheon The "Republican Woman's Cookbook" has themed a second local luncheon. Central Republican Worn- i en's annual salad luncheon featured dishes made from recipes in the book, which is available for $3.50 from any of the members. Recipes include Baked Avocado-Chicken, Molded Shrimp Salad, Lime Cottage Cheese Mold, Pineapple Delight, Ari- zona's Cool Cranberry-Orange Mold among others contributed by women active in the party. Mrs. Smith Gollahon prepared the recipe submitted by Mrs. Richard Nixon. PAT NIXON'S HOT CHICKEN CASSEROLE 4 cups cold cut up chicken chunks (cooked) 2 tablespoons lemon juice % cup finely chopped toasted almonds % cup mayonnaise 1 teaspoon salt % teaspoon monsodium glutamate 1 cup cheese grated 2 cups chopped celery 4 hard cooked eggs (sliced) % cup cream of chicken soup 1 teaspoon onion finely minced 2 pimentos cut fine 1% cups crushed potato chips Combine all except cheese and potato chips and almonds. Place in a large rectangular ,dish. Top with cheese and potato chips and almonds. Let stand overnight in refrigerator. Bake in 400 degree oven for 20 to 25 minutes. Serve 8. THE REPUBLIC'S Representative Ruth Peck with "Republican" salads PARTY PUNCH 1 can (46 ounce) orange- grapefruit juice 1 can (46 ounce) pineapple juice 1 bottle (24 ounce) grape juice 1 can (6 ounce) frozen lemonade concentrate 1 bottle (28 ounce) ginger ale Lemon slices Combine chilled juices and lemonade concentrate. Just before serving add ginger ale and lemon slices. Makes about four and one-half quarts. new INTRODUCTORY OFFER! SAVE 25$ ON BRILLIANT 60LOEN>RiED SHRIMP; BRING THIS COUPON TO YOUR FAVORITE-GROCER! Heat in the oven. Heat on the pan. Toss them into your favorite sauce. 20 minutes later these .delicious fried shrimp , 'are ready to serve. And what shrimp! Ligh-tly breaded and golden fried for a crisp, light taste. Best of all, you get 70 or more per 10-oz. bag. Anyone for seconds? of A .o '"*"''' f/l/ !!—.«.,SAW 2.V I I I I Republic Photo* by Paul Brown Salad buffet is annual event for club Refrigerated fresh. In the Deli case. The only modern way to enjoy that old time cured-in-the-wood pickle barrel goodness. Get Homade Genuine Kosher Pickles and other fine Homade products in the delicatessen section of your supermarket. HOMADE PlCtdfS Another fine product from Early California Foods Lewis and Clark Iced Coffee. : WSssa Lester Lewis and Ignatz W. Clark One sticky summer day, they set out to prove that Iced Coffee was something more than yesterday's coffee, cold, They brewed some extra-strength coffee, allowed it to cool, and poured it over ice cubes. The expedition was a triumph. Iced Coffee was nothing like any drink the world had ever known. Cool and fresh, Rich but not fattening. Soothing and reviving at the same time. Lester and Ignatz went on to explore the use of instant and freeze dried coffee. For convenience, you see, They explored it with cream, With cream and sugar. With Ice cream. With wine. Blended with strawberries, And on and on, Explore it yourselfc Iced Coffee.This year's discovery. For more information, call Iced Coffee headquarters: Canutet Motor Hotel. Suite H03. ! ! >nl .',':,,(>, t ,-„/,(//, ll, VlfU.' Hll,llf (<,/l'?t '''"/'-'j'/'/l Enjoy life with "At Wit's End" by Erma Bombeck KAL KAN QUALITY MEAT „ BY-PRODUCTS.** 104 Present this to your orpcer and save 100 on your purchase of one can of Kal Kan for dogs. Good only on: Chicken Part* Stew Burger Rounds Liver Chunks MeaTime Chunk Beef Offer expires v/sg /« Dealer: Our representative will redeem this coupon at your regular shelf price, pluu'31 for handling charges. The customer mutt pay any sales tax. This coupon void In states where taxed or restricted ' by law. cash value 1/20 of a cent. Re- Dieted to 1 coupon per family. Kal Kan roods, Inc., P.O. Bo* #17, los Angeles Calllornia 90061. BiyKtr CwJt: <M 104 "to

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