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CORNER Mrs. Greg McKown to children children, Kathy 7, Patrick 6 and by our Becky 3. Greg For her recipe Carole sub- 2arole was mrs the following dessertwhich Ore., and she says her family enjoys ira- the past mensly. MAGIE PIE at or d Hos- (FRUIT COBBLER) I/4 lb. margarine Adventist 1 cup flour and 1 cup sugar 2 teaspoons baking powder have three /2 cup milk er Drug C D BOX ........... $1.60 NUT EGO $1.55 CR$ EGG .......... 75 CHOCOLATES I lb. box $1.9& 2 lb. box $3.85 I:OIL EASTER BASKET ....... $1.50 Easter 1971 2 col. x 11 " 1 quart raspberries (or any fruit can be used) 1 cup juice from fruit or water V2 cup sugar (This can be omitted if fruit is already sweetened) Melt margarine and pour into a 9 x 12 x 2 inch baking pan. Combine flour, sugar, baking powder and milk. Pourintopan. Drain fruit and combine 1 cup juice (or water), and sugar (if fruit is not sweetened) with the fruit. Carefully pour into pan. Bake in a 375 degree oven for about one hour or less. When dcaw the batter will have risen to the top and should be a beau- tiful brown. Serve alone or with whipped cream or ice cream. Serves six. Corn Bread and Pork Sausage Combine To Create Tasb/Pie If the flavors of spicy sau- sage and moist cornmeal bread turn on your taste buds, team up the two, creating a sausage corn bread pie. Hot juicy sausage pieces blended with the corn bread batter, bake until light and gol- den brown. Cut into pie - shap- ed wedges to serve, this pork sausage - corn bread combina- tion will add variety to any meal  the d. Sausage Corn Bread Pie will perk up family appetites, ac- cording to Reba Staggs, home economist of the National Live- stock and Meat Board. The sausage provides high quality protein, iron and valu- able vitamins. Pork sausage is especially rich in thiamin, often lacking in dally diets. SAUSAGE CORN BREAD PIE 1 pound fresh pm'k sausage 1 cup yellow cornmeal 1 cup flour /: cup sugar 4 teaspoons baking powder 1 egg 1 cup milk Brown pork sausage, sepa- rating it into pieces. Pour off drippings, reserving  cup. Sift together cornmeal, flour, sugar and baking powder. Add egg, milk and ]/4 cup pork sausage drippings. Mix to combine thro- oughly. Fold in sausage. Turn batter into a greased 9 - inch round pie plate. Bake in a hot oven (425 degrees) for 25 min- utes or until clone. 6 servings. WIRELESS HEARING AID I thought people mumbled, it got so bed I stopped g> ing to church. Words ran j together, people Complain- I ed my TV was blaring. Then J a friend told me about a J tiny cspsuliike hearing aid I that fits entirely in your I ear. I Now I hear againl I love it and so do my family and I I friends. It is especially de- signed for those who hear I but do not always under- I stand. It is low priced. You, | too, can hear cleadv again. I For a Free try, limited sup- i ply, write to Mrs. Fisette, 2924 Second Avenue N., LB_illings, Montana 59101 j . Recipes . Features Babas With Peach Cobbler Sauce i i A Delightful Dessert Baby food i s one of the orig- inal convenience foods and it can be a real time - saving in- gredient in recipes, as well as for feeding baby. This Baba with Peach Cobbler, for in- stance, is quite elegant. And it's made from a hot roll mix and junior peach cobbler. BAB3S WITH PEACH COBBLER SAUCE (Makes 10 servings) 1 hot roll mix (13 ozs.)  cup warm water V2 cup warm milk Sugar 1 egg, beaten Peach Cobbler Sauce + Sweetened whipping cream, whipped Dissolve the yeast from pack- age of hot roll mix in warm wa- ter; stir in milk, 1 tablespoon sugar and the egg. Add remain- der of hot roll mixtoyeast mix- ture; blendwell. Cover mixture; allow to rise for 30 to 45 min- utes, or until doubled in bulk. Put a portion of the dough into each of I0 well-greased 6-ounce custard cups. Allow to rise, un- covered for about 30 to 45 min- utes or until doubled in size. Bake in 400 degree oven for 15 to 20 minutes. Remove the rolls from the custard cups. Punch small holes into each roll with tooth pick; split eachroll in half horizontally. Place the halves, cut side up, in large shallow dish. Pour Peach Cobbler Sauce+ over rolls; refrigerate for several hours. Spoon sauce over rolls occasionally. At serving time put halves of each roll back together in individual serving dishes. Spoon some Peach Cobbler Sauce and whip- ped cream over each roll. Peach Cobbler Sauce- Stir together 1 cup water, 2 cup sugar and dash salt in a sauce- pan. Cook over medium heatun- til sugar dissolves and mixture boils. Remove syrup from heat and stir in 2jars( ozs.each) Gerber Junior Peach Cobbler and 6 tablespoons dark rum. Orange Apricot Chiffon Des- sert can be spooned intoparfait glasses made in a souffle dish or the recipe can be doubled, turned into a graham cracker pie shell and garnished with nuts. The delicate color andre- freshing flavor made it a sure winner. ORANGE APRICOT CHIFFON DESSERT (Make s 5 serving s) 1 package (3 ounces) orange flavored gelatin :,,' cup boiling water 1 can (4.2 - ounces) Gerber Orange - Apricot Juice I jar (7A ounces)Gerber Jun- ior Strained Apricots with Tapioca I can (572 ounces) evaporated milk Dissolve gelatin in water in large bowl; stir in juice and apricots until blended. Chill mixture until slightly thickened. Meanwhile, pour evaporated milk into mixing bowl andplace in freezer until ice crystals form. Whip gelatin until very light and foan%v. Fold in whip- ped milk; spoon mixture into 5 dessert cups. Chill for sev- eral hours. 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