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CORNER Recipe of the Week . Recipes . Features . week is Mrs. Anton, her math at the School. He freshmen bas- Amon have put- at 304 4th Ave. into it a month it very much. St. Mat- Church. Sandy in her spare bus- of the com- eajars it. She I. LINDBLOM r Man.. Fri. ! a.m., P.m. Saturdays 1796 Mont. Mrs. Anton Vetter is also a member of the Board of Directors of the Jayceens and keeps the scrapbook up to date. The Vetter's have two chil- dren, Wanda 4, and John 2. This is her favorite pie crust recipe. Try Oriental Pork Chops 6 park loin chops, cut  to 1 inch thick One - third cup s sauce lh cup sugar 1 clove garlic, minced :/2 teaspoon salt i/2 teaspoon powdered ginger Combine soy sauce, sugar, garlic, salt, and ginger. Pour mixture over pack chops and al- low to marinate for 4 to6hours. turning occasionally. Place on rack in broiler pan, Place the chops 5 to 7 inches from heat. Broil for 10 miontesontheflrst side. Turn and broil on second sice for 15 to 20 minutes or until well done. Serve hot. Makes six servings. In The Spotlight TELEVISION GIVE KIRBY NATIONAL RECOGNITION Kirby has best year in itts 56 year history PIE CRUST THAT'S ALWAYS FLAKEY 2 cups sifted flour 1 teaspoon salt i/ cup lard I cup vegetable shortening 2 tablespoons butter Add: About 4 tablespoons water 2 scant teaspoons vinegar 2 tableslmons beaten egg This makes enough for two 2-crust pies and lots left over. TIME IS RUNNING 0UT! Ii N.B.C. News AVlr_ f;i:?,RINKLEY recognized "that great Kir- JWs ' as a special feature on the big evening 'OVernber 9, 1970. N. B.C. First Tuesday Cameras were focused on the action at Kirby to show the nation of Dec. 1, n SANDER VANOCUR'S "First Tues- why Kirby is having it's best year in of the Company while other busi- crying recession and hard times. An morning meeting photographed and along with a Kirby demonstration in And the stars of the show, of course, men, our happy customers, and s Kirby Classic. in the history of the Company has SUch a fantastic general increase in business. ,n the history of the Company have we a terrific product as the Kirby Classic. in the history of the Company have we Product with such a great consumer ac- in the history of the Company has the and the Kirby Salesman been so ivecl. ROBERT A. WAGNR KIRBY BALES & BERVICE P. O. Box 521 - 222 North Central lIONIV, MONTANA lO THE NEW TELEPHONE DIRECTORY GOES, TO PRESS SOON! For information on: Personalized listings, changes in listings, or advertisements in the Yellow Pages, please call our Business Office. But hurry, the , Directory is going to press ! Mountain Bell @ Cranberry-Sour Cream Salad Goes With Go!den Browan Tourkeyoo Almost as traditional as the off " it - " n. erry jui turkey served for the holiday is,h,- and to become a "built- enhances the fruit flavor and are colorful cranberries which in salad dressing! chopped celery provides extra add their festive flavor to the The bottom layer is a tempt- crunch. Unflavored gelatin ties season's feasts. Molded to perfection is this luscious cranberry salad with its delicate dome of sour cream. The favorite dairy product com- bines with whole milk and a whisper of horseradish to top ing blend of tastes and textures. Hearty cooked ham gets into thi s dish to make it agoodchoice for a'light meal at one of your holid- day gatherings. The cranberry relish is already made (you buy it frozen) to lighten your prep- Build Better Breakfasts Around Pork For Vigor, Healthy Appetite and Nerves Put spark into your morn- ing menus with pork and you'll have the whole family at the breakfast table. You can count on ham, bacon, sausage links and patties and pork chops to charge up sleepy appetites. There'll be smiles when you panfry thinly sliced pork chops and accompany them with hot spicy peach slices, points out Reba Staggs, home economist for the National Live Stock and Meat Board. She also suggests shaping fresh pork sausage into rings to hold scrambled eggs. For yet another dish to awake interest, bake a casserole featuring luncheon meat and applesauce. The family will benefit from these breakfasts that start off days with  to /s of the day's calorie needs plus plenty of high-quality protein, iron and vitamins. Pork is an especially good source of thiamin. Among the results of an adequate morning meal are alertness and resistance to high-calo- rie midmorning snacking. In planning the menu make sure that a vitamin C source such as a citrus fruit, milk and some grain product are included in the morning meal. Breakfast Pork Chops 12 breakfast pork chops, cut / to 1/2 inch thick 3 tablespoons lard or drippings Brown pork chops in lard or drippings in frying-pan or griddle at moderate tempera- ture. Turn occasionally until browned on both sides, 10 to 15 minutes. 6 servings. together all the se flavor s plus a hint of onion and dry mustard. Serve this salad as a deli- cious "go-along" for a holiday buffet. It' s an unexpected way to brighten your menu with a sec- ond meat choice. CRANBERRY-SOUR CREAM SALAD Cream Layer: ,,4 cup water 1 tablespoon (1 envelope)un- flavored gelatin  cup sour cream  cup milk 2 tablespoons prepared horse- radish Ham Layer: / cup cranberry juice cocktail 1 tablespoon (1 envelope) un- flavored gelatin li/2 cups finely chopped cooked ham 1 package (10 ounces)frozen cranberry relish- thawed 3/4 cup cranberry juice cocktail One-third cup chopped celery 1 tablespoon instant minced onion 1 teaspoon dry mustard To prepare the Cream Layer -- In a small saucepan soften the gelatin in water. Heat over low heat, stirring constant]y, until the gelatin is dissolved. In a small bowl gradually add the milk to sour cream = add the horseradish then the gela- tin. Pour into five - cup mold; chill until just set. To prepare Festive Cranberry. Sour Cream Salad Ham Layer -- In a small sauce- ham, relish, Y4 cup juice, cel- paff soften the gelatin in /4 cup ery, ohior! and mustard -- add juice. Heat over low heat, stir- gelatin. 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