Illinois Valley news. (Cave City, Or.) 1937-current, October 21, 1948, Image 3

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    Illin ois V a lle y N e w s. T h u rsd a y , O cto b er 21, 1948
Neat Style Features
P o p u lar S ide Closing
R eleased by WNU Features.
By
stand fo r 30 m in ute s in the r e fr ig ­
e ra to r. B ro w n in hot la r d ; co ve r
closely and cook slo w ly fo r 45 m in ­
utes.
• • •
T H E R ICHNESS o f p o rk sausage
com bines w ith n o u rish in g kid n e y
beans to m ake a h e a rty, m e a t-sa v­
in g b u t a p p etizing casserole fo r co o l­
er days:
T h is la m b shoulder takes on its
e xtender in the fo rm of a d e lig h t­
fu l fru it-b re a d dressing. The dress­
in g has in it prunes and a p rico ts
as w e ll as orange fo r tartness.
The boned m ea t also m akes an
easy jo b o f c a rv in g .
1 la m b shoulder, boned
2 cups bread cru m b s
6 rooked a p rico ts
6 cooked prunes
1 s m a ll orange, chopped
1 beaten egg
Salt and pepper
m o vie stars, d id n ’ t un d ersta n d r a ­
d io ’s split-second tim in g . So— the
Barbecued Sausage Casserole
(Serves 6-8)
1 pound sausage lin k s
2 tablespoons w a te r
1 onion, chopped
green pepper, chopped
6 pieces of ce le ry, chopped
1 can to m a to soup
■i cup catchup
1 No. 2 ra n kid n e y beans
• R u b in B e n -G a y a ro u n d th ro a t and nose, ke e p in g
aw a y fro m eyes. G e n tly w a rm in g B e n -G ay b ring s fa st
r e lie f fro m m ise rie s o f head colds. In s is t on gen uine
B e n -G ay, th e o rig in a l B a u m e A nalgésique. I t c o n tains
u p to 2 l/ i tim e s m o re o f tw o fam ous p a in -re lie v in g
agents k n o w n to e v e ry d o c to r — m e th y l s a lic y la te
and m e n th o l — th a n fiv e o th e r w id e ly o ffe re d rub -in s.
Mao fo r Pain due to RHEUMATISM. MUSCLE ACHE, and STRAINS.
Ask for Mild Ben-Gay for Children.
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M ix
V egetable-M eat Lo a f
(Serves 8)
tablespoons chopped onion
cup ground green pepper
cups ground c a rro ts
cup soured crea m
teaspoon sa lt
teaspoon pepper
pounds ground ve a l
a ll
in g re d ie n ts
together.
and place in cas­
serole
or
lo a f
pan. Cover. Bake
at 400 degrees fo r
40 m in ute s, then
uncover and bake
fo r 20 m in ute s
longer.
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H E R E 'S
AN
IN T E R E S T I N G
v a r ia t io n
fo r
d ru m s tic k s , using o n ly a pound and
a q u a rte r o f m e a t:
C a lifo rn ia Chicken
(Serves 4-6)
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1
1
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1
pound ground pork
pound ground veal
teaspoon salt
teaspoon pepper
tablespoon chopped green pep­
p e r.
M cup crushed pineapple, drained
1 egg, s lig h tly beaten
1 tablespoon water
L a rd fo r b ro w n in g
B re a d c ru m b s
S len derizin g Style
I
M E R E D IT H WILLSON
show w ent off the a ir in the m id d le
o f the b ig scene, and the young p ro ­
d u ce r was fire d fo r not b rin g in g
it in on tim e . He went to New Y o rk,
got on a CBS su sta in er w ith a c h a r­
a cte r he'd a lw a ys wanted to p la y —
it was " A r c h ie ” o f " D u ffy ’ s T a v e rn "
fam e, and the m an was Ed G a rd ­
ner.
" B a ttle fo r G e rm a n y ," the new
M a rc h o f T im e , not o n ly gives a
b rie f h is to ric a l backg ro u n d o f the
present c risis, b u t also shows the
progress m ade in re b u ild in g the
co u n try, and the a ttitu d e o f the
G e rm a n s to w a rd the A llie s. Also,
the a c tiv itie s o f a ty p ic a l G e rm a n
fa m ily d u rin g an average day are
shown. I t is outstan d in g coverage
o f the situ a tio n .
Ilo n a M assey, s ta r w ith M a rx
b ro th e rs
in
U n ite d
A rtis ts ’
"L o v e H a p p y,” agreed long ago
to be in New Y o rk fo r the open­
in g of G rou ch o 's firs t p la y,
" T im e
fo r
E liz a b e th .”
She
m ade it, but the p la y closed a
few days la te r, one of the dis­
a p p ointm e n ts of the new the­
a tric a l season.
H ave p o rk shoulder cu t in to 1-inch
cubes. Dredge in flo u r and bro w n
in hot la rd . Place a lte rn a te la y e rs
of m eat and vegetables in a casser­
ole dish.
P o u r tom atoes o ve r a ll.
Season and cook in a m oderate
<350 degree) oven u n til m e a t and
vegetables are done, fro m one and
a h a lf to tw o hours.
H ave la m b shoulder boned and
sew it on three sides, le a vin g the
fo u rth side open fo r dressing. M ake
d ressing o f bread crum b s, diced
a p ric o ts and prunes, orange, egg
and seasonings. P ile in to pocket.
Skew er o r sew edges together.
Place la m b shoulder on a ra c k in an
open ro a s tin g pan and ro a st at 300
degrees, a llo w in g 30 to 35 m inutes
to the pound.
• • •
H E R E ’ S A M E A T lo a f th a t has
vegetables r ig h t in it.
Y ou’ ll lik e
the in te re s tin g fla v o r com b in a tio n .
GERHARD
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P lace sausage lin k s in fr y in g pan
A dd w a te r; cover and s im m e r fo r
Dress Economy Cuts
five m in ute s o r u n til w a te r evapo­
O f M e a t, Save Money,
rates.
Rem ove co ve r and brow n
lin ks. A dd onion, ce le ry, green pep­
Please Family Tastes
pe r, ca tch up and to m a to soup. C ov­
E V E R Y W O M A N w ill agree th a t e r and s im m e r slo w ly fo r 30 m in ­
th e re are v e ry few cuts o f m ea t utes. Add beans to cooked m ix tu re
th a t are re a lly ; and heat th o ro u g h ly.
• • •
econom ical,
but
it's tru e there are
SP A N IS H P O R K is p o rk sim m e re d
some th a t are at
to p e rfe ctio n . It's a b e a u tifu l red-
le a st a b it cheap­
b ro w n co lo r w ith
e r than steaks,
peas and to m a ­
roasts o r chops?
to e s
com bined
Y o u ’ ll do w e ll
w ith potatoes to
to w a tch fo r b a r­
m ake a p e rfe c tly
gains w eekly. I f
extended
m eat
you don’t w a n t to
dish th a t’s co m ­
buy as m uch m ea t as fo rm e rly , then
plete enough to
extend w h a t you get w ith vegetables serve as a m a in
o r stu ffin gs, and have p le n ty o f o th ­
course.
e r th in g s to go w ith the d in n e r.
Spanisl
D o n ’t econom ize to the extent th a t
(Serves 6)
the fa m ily w ill g ru m b le about w hat
2 pounds p o rk shoulder, boned
th e y eat. M ake e v e ry th in g pa la tab le
and diced
and a ttra c tiv e when served and pay
F lo u r and la rd
p a rtic u la r a tte n tio n to h a vin g p la t­
4 m edium -sized potatoes
te rs lo o k lo v e ly . H e re's the tim e to I
1 teaspoon W orcestershire sauce
use p ic k le d fr u its and rin ds to g a r­
2 cups tom atoes
n ish m e a t p la tte rs w ith o u t anyone’ s
2 cups canned peas
k n o w in g th a t even these are an e x­
1 green pepper
tender.
S a lt and pepper
F r u it Stuffed L a m b Shoulder
(Serves 6)
IN E Z
N H IS h ila r io u s book,
“There I Stood With My
Piccolo,” M eredith Willson
tells how it happened that the
producer of NBC's old "Good
News” hour got a boost up the
ladder of fam e by Norm a
Shearer who, like some other
Spanish p o rk is a d e licio u s as
w e ll as handsom e vege ta b le -e x­
tended m ea t dish. The pieces of
succulent p o rk rid e in a to m a to -
red g ra v y w ith green peas w h ich
w ill m ake the fa m ily d e lig h ted
w ith Its eye appeal.
E v e ry so often a g ir l’ s nam e Is
lin k e d w ith Jam es S te w a rt's, but
a t the m om ent, a cco rd in g to a W a r­
n e r Bros, re p o rt, he says “ I ’ve
w a ite d this long fo r m a rria g e and
I don’ t a im to be rushed. In fact.
I m ay keep r ig h t on w a itin g .”
P rofessor Quiz, v a ca tio n in g on his
fa rm , had to change his telephone
n u m b e r as a re s u lt o f phone calls
fro m qu iz fa n s asking h im fo r an­
swers to questions on oth er quiz
shows—e sp e cia lly to the nam e of the
m y s te ry m e lo d y on "S to p the M u ­
s ic .”
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V ic to r J o ry, ba d m a n o f so m any
film p la ys (his la te s t is "S outh of
St. L o u is ,” ) m akes a q u ic k change
in his p riv a te life . He reco rd s fa iry
tales and B ib lic a l sto rie s fo r c h il­
dren, and w rite s songs and plays.
V is ito rs to the m useum in the
p a rk h e a d q u a rte rs a t the edge of
D eath V a lle y a re going to see a
cla y m odel o f the V a lle y sand dunes,
before long. I t was m ade by C o lu m ­
b ia P ic tu re s ’ a r t d ire c to r C ary
O 'D e ll, fo r the R andolph S cott-E lla
Raines s ta rre r, “ The W a lk in g H ills .”
C o lu m b ia presented it to the U. S
P a rk S ervice a t D eath V a lle y.
WHEN
PRO PERLY
p repared,
kid n e ys can be a v e ry ta s ty dish.
W hy not t r y these d e licio u s ve a l
kid n e ys, b ra ise d and served over
hot, ste a m in g noodles?
B ra ise d V eal K id n e ys
(Serves 61
3 ve a l kidneys
S alt and flo u r
2 tablespoons chopped onion
2 tablespoons fa t
1 cup canned tom atoes
1 bay le a f
H ot, cooked noodles
C ut kidneys in h a lf le n g thw ise ;
rem ove w h ite m e m b ra n e ; soak in
cold w a te r fo r 15 m inutes. C ut in to
one-inch pieces, season w ith s a lt
and dredge w ith flour. B ro w n onion
in hot fa t. Add kidneys and cook
w ith onion u n til brow ned fo r about
five m inutes. A dd.tom atoes and cook
fo r 10 m inutes, covered, u n til kid-
neys are tender. D ro p in bay le a f
d u rin g la st five m in ute s o f cooking
Roast Beef Salad
(Serves 4 to 6)
1 cup diced cooked beef
2 hard-cooked eggs, sliced
2 tom atoes, q u a rte re d
1 s m a ll head of le ttu ce
F re n ch dressing o r m ayonnaise
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The " M r . Ace and Jane”
broadcasts a re “ m y show ” to
I.e ste lle T hom pson, the Ace
fa m ily ’s m a id . She has dele­
gated h e rse lf to a ttend e ve ry
b ro a d ca st w ith a clothes brush
in her pocketbook so she can
dust Jane o ff before the show
s ta rts .
O O K neat and p re tty about
y o u r h o u s e h o ld c h o re s in th is
s le n d e riz in g s ty le t h a t fe a tu re s
th e p o p u la r s id e c lo s in g . B u tto n s
in th re e s a re a n ic e to u c h ; a n a r ­
ro w b e lt s n u g s in y o u r w a is tlin e .
• • •
Pattern No. 1736 con ies In sizes 12. 14.
16. 18 20; 40 and 42 Size 14. 3 \ yards
of 36 or 39-inch.
SEWINO CIRCLE PATTERN DEPT.
530 South Wells St.
Chicago 7. 111.
Enclose 25 cen ts In coins for each
pattern desired.
Pattern N o ________________ Size
N a m e — _____
C om bine ground m eats, salt, pep­
per. green pepper and pineapple.
Toss firs t th re e in g re d ie n ts to g e th ­
Shape lik e a ch icken le g on a wood­
en skew er. C om bine beaten egg w ith 1 e r Serve on lettuce w ith dressing
w a te r. R o ll ‘ ’d ru m s tic k s ’ ’ in bread Use diced cooked ham . tongue or
crum b s, then in e g g -w a te r m ix tu re , i corned beef, if desired.
Released by WNU Features
and again in bread cru m b s L e t I
E th e l B a rry m o re has been added
to the cast o f M G M 's "T h e G reat
S in n e r," Joining G re g o ry Peck. Ava
G a rd n e r. W a lte r Huston and F ra n k
M organ. She’ l l appear as the m o th ­
e r o f M r. H uston and the g ra n d ­
m o th e r o f M iss G ardner.
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Canned clir.g peaches m ake a de
L Y N N SAYS:
lic io u s salad-desert i f you f ill them
M ake W in te r Foods
I w ith c re a m cheese m ixe d w ith a b it
M ore S avory
N e x t tim e you re se rvin g oyster i o f orange m a rm a la d e and candied
stew, add a s p rin k lin g o f grated gin g e r.
Chop orange pulp w hich has been
cheese ju s t before y o t place It on
scooped fro m orange shells and m ix
the table.
F o r y o u r steam ed puddings, serve w ith m ashed sweet potatoes, sea­
h a rd sauce w hich has been patted soned w ith b u tte r, m ilk and n u t­
fla t on a cookie sheet, d u lle d , then m eg R e fill shells and heat.
Let slices of bologna fry slo w ly
c u t w ith fa n cy cookie cutters.
In a s k ille t in a b it o f fa t u n til the
L e fto v e r pieces o f fo w l w hich
a re n ’ t enough to m ake a m eal, car, edges c u rl. These m ake e xce lle n t
lit t le cups fo r scra m b le d eggs—a
be m ix e d w ith corn kernels, m ilk
good luncheon co m b in a tio n .
and egg and baked in a casserole
ODDS AH D E SD S ..." T h e A dien-
tu rn o l Ozzie end Harriet" u ent into
iti filth year on the air just f in dayt
before Ozzie K elion and Harriet Hil­
liard celebrated their I ith wedding an-
nit enary. . . . lack Bailey, emcee of
"Queen for a Day," tayi “I'm not the
liar— it* i a waihing machine, l i o n or
electric ironer." . . . I f I reported that
C. F. H ooper telephone in ten ie u en
nou mu it preface their inquiriei with
"Thil it not a radio quiz conteil," to
i out he irate liiten ert............. Stary Mc­
Carty. a new and terrific hit in a Broad-
u ay th ou 1, it a former conteitenl. not
um ner, on en "Arthur Godfrey'! Tel
ent Scout" program.
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Cough, M ix This
Recipe, a t Home
You'll be surprised how quickly and
easily you can relieve coughs due to
colds, when you try th is splendid re ­
cipe. It gives you about fo u r tim es as
m uch cough medicine for your money,
and you'll find it tru ly wonderful.
Make a sy ru p by stirrin g 2 cups of
granulated su g a r and one cup of
w ater a few m om ents, until dissolved.
No cooking needed—it’s no trouble at
all. (Or you can use corn syrup or
liquid honey, instead of su g a r syrup.)
T hen put 2’,4 ounces of I’inex (obtain­
ed from any druggist) into a pint
bottle, and fill up w ith your syrup.
T his m akes a full pint of medicine
th a t will please you by its quick ac­
tion. It never spoils, and ta ste s tine.
T his simple m ixture tak e s right hold
of a cough. F or real results, you've
never seen a n y th in g better. It loosens
th e phlegm, soothes th e irritated
m em branes, and eases th e soreness.
Pinex is a special com pound of
proven ingredients, In concentrated
form, well-known for Its quick action
In coughs an<l bronchial Irritations.
Money refunded if It doesn’t picas«
you in every way.
DO divert traffic by waving your flash­
light to attract attention — never direct
the beam a t an oncoming driver.
DON’T leave the car on the road i f i t ’s
possible to get it off.
DO flag down an approaching car by
•winging your "Eveready” flashlight
across the road with beam down.
DON'T move seriously injured persons
unless absolutely necessary*.
identify yourself to other drivers
involved, to injured persons, and to the
police on their arrival.
DON’T forget to fill out accident report
forms required by law and your insur­
ance company.
DO drive carefully . . . and IX ) carry at
least one flashlight, powered w ith Eva-
ready" batteries, in your car at all timet,
You 11 find it has dozens of uses.
P ln c x Its ■'ant R e lie f t
DO
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Also Helps BwU Up Red Blood1
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G u y L o m b a rd o , who broke his
le ft a rm in a bo a t race accident,
! began le a v in g o ff the prescribed
! slin g when co n d uctin g his band.
The d o cto r objected. G uy protested
th a t the w id e s lin g looked ugly.
The d o c to r spotted a n a rro w , b e lt­
lik e co n triva n ce , and to ld h im to
use th a t. So now G u y wears the
new slin g , fo rm e rly C a rm e n L o m ­
b a rd o ’ s saxaphone strap.
...
Know what to do
i f this happens to you !
.
Mild
that a 30 Day Test w ealed
NO THROAT IRRITATION
due to smoking CAMELS!
Yea, Camels are so m ild that noted throat specialists, mak­
ing weekly examinations of hundreds of men and women
w ho smoked Camels exclusively for 30 consecutive days
— on the average of one to two packages a day — found not
one single case of throat irritation due to smoking (.atnels.
MONEY.BACK «U A R A N TEII
Smoke C am el, fo r 50 days. I f , ■< sny tim e during these 30 days, you are
not convinced that C a m el, are the m ildest cigarette ynu'ee ever snsoked.
retu rn the package w ith the unused Camels end we w ill refund your
fu ll purchase price, plus postage. T h is otter is good for 9 0 days fro m
this date. g . / . geyno/d r T o b a c co Co., W trnron Salam, 't o d b Carolina,
Gime/30-Ztey 7e& w
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