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i i( !:i:.::!:i:i:i:i:!:!:i:i::i@iiiii!iiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiii!iiii:i:i:i:i:i:i:i:i:i:i:!:i:i:i:i:i:i:!:i:i:i:i:i::i:!:i :!::: . :::::::: I:?': i:?,i:i: t00eclpeof the 00eek . Recipes . Features Our cook this week is Mrs. Ed (Marge) Thogersen of Sidney. The Thogersen's reside at 915 N. Central Ave. Ed operates Thogersen Motors Co. i Rug Cleaning and Upholstery Shampooing Estimates cheerfully given Steve Marynik St. & Jr. 1 482-2566 - Sidney, Mont. (45-th Mrs. Ed Thogersen They have four children: Ens. Gary - 24, who is in the Navy stationed in Florida; Edina - 22, a teller at Richland National Bank; I,ora - 18, who will attend Eastern in the fall, and Calvin - 11. The Thogersen's attend Pella l,utheran Church where Marge has been organist for 25 years. Marge enjoys bowling, golfing, yard work and music. She plays the violin and keeps PIN-ups iili}i:ii!iiiiiiiiiiiii :!!:! - -d'::: 8 x 10 in. : Living Color :, Portrait of your Child ' i onlYS8  Plus 50 or wallet size--and our special "Twin.oak" cameras means you can buy portraits in BLACK & WHITE TO0! At unbelievably low prccs. * BRING A FRIEIlDI Studio Hours: 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., 2 p.m. to 4: p.m. Friday to 5:30 p.m. THURS. - FRI. - SAT. JUNE 29 through JULY 1st Film Fee All ages--family groups, too---I 8xl0 color, (,nly 88, plus 50 film fee, each child taken singly or 1 8x10 Group only $1.00 per child, plus one 50 film fee--Limit one special per person, Your baby's special charm captured by our specialist in chihl photography--just the gift for everyone in the family! You'll see finished pictures--NOT PROOFS --in jtlst ;t few days. Choose xlO's, 5xT's I1 I I busy as accompanist on the organ. OLD TIME BEEF STEW It's the browning - lgllg and lazy - that gives a stew the rich color and flavor that people like. Heat two tablespoons fat in large iron kettle or dutch oven. Add 2 pounds of beef chuck, cut in l/z inch cubes. Brown on all sides. Don't hurry them. Next, slice a large white onion and add. Then add 4 cups boiling water, 1 tablespoon each, salt and lemon juice, 1 teaspoon each sugar and Worcestershire sauce, % teaspoon each pepper and paprika, and a dash of allspice or cloves. Cover and simmer gently for two hours. When meat is done add six carrots cut in quarters, 1 pound small white onions, a few diced potatoes. Simmer 35 minutes longer until everything is tender. Pour 1/.z cup cold water into shaker and add / cup flour, shake to blend. Remove stew from heat and push ingredients to one side. Stir in flour mix- ture. Cook and stir till gravy thickens. For Salad Thin slices of spicy hard salami or chorizos (a Spanish sausage) add snappy sparkle to salads made of several kinds of greens or vegetables. When the salad is to serve as a main dish for luncheon or light supper, use a combination of ready - to - serve meats. In this case create flavor contrasts with some mildly seasoned sausages and others which are hot. You can use your creative ability in selecting the various sausages and ready - to - serve meats to make a delicious salad. Dairy Products Add Flavor June is Dairy Month. As in the past, milk and other dairy foods will continue to play a vital role in the nutritional welfare of our people. Dai/'y products are one of four basic food groups recommended for your daily diet. They supply valuable calcium, necessary for upkeep of bones and proper functioning of nerves and muscles. They're also an im- portant source of protein, which is needed by every cell in the body, and other nutrients such as riboflavin, one of the B vitamins. Milk and dairy products are nutritious, flavorful, con- venient and versatile. No other foods offer so much all around nourishment for your whole family. When planning a backyard cook-out or a country-side picnic, be sure to include nutritious, dairy products in your menu. Try Mock Fillets, Sour Cream Dill potato salad, and Milky Way Ice Cream. What a way to enjoy outdoor eating I MOCK MILLET MIGNON 2 pounds ground chuck / lb. American cheese, cubed or grated z cup chopped stuffed olives 2 tablespoons finely chopped green pepper 4 cup finely chopped onion 14 cup dry bread crumbs 1 egg 1 cup milk 1 teaspoon salt !,z teaspoon pepper Bacon slices Mix all the ingredients except bacon lightly, but well, in order listed. Shape into 8 or 10 oval patties; surround each with a slice of bacon. Hold with tooth- pick. Bake for 30 to 35 minutes at 350 degrees. Drain off fat. SOUR CREAM DILL POTATO SALAD 1 cup sour cream /2 cup salad dressing 3 tablespoons vinegar 1 teaspoon dill weed 4 cups sliced cooked potatoes 1 cup thinly sliced celery a/ cup finely chopped onion /:z cup diced peeled cucumber 4 cup chopped green pepper /z. cup sliced radishes 3 hard cooked eggs - sliced Combine first six ingredients; mix well. Combine remaining ingredients in mixing bowl; add sour cream mixture and toss lightly. Chill for several hours to blend the flavors. Serve on crisp salad greens with assorted cheeses and favorite sliced meats. iiii Illll Ulll I I By SYLVIA W. OSTERMAN County Extension Agent THE SPRAYS SPELL IRONING CONVENIENCE One of the advantages of aerosol packaged products is convenience. Take spray starch and spray fabric finishes. An entire garment, damp or dry, can be sprayed and pressed on the spot. Or the sprays can be used for added crispness on collars, cuffs, trims. And if a first coating isn't enough, a quick respray and ironing again will add more body. Both starch and fabric finish earn their keep by improving the appearance and feel of many items and restoring body lost in washing. Though both can be used on either damp or dry washable fabrics, they are made of different substances. Starch gives firm body or crispness while fabric finish provides light body. Also, fabric finish is especially suitable for synthetics, per- manent press, and blends because it responds well with the lower iron temperature settings recommended for these fabrics. These laundry aids also make washing and ironing easier. Dirt is deposited on the coated surface rather than embedded in the fibers. Thus, soil washes out easily. Glidability is an ironing plus. But it is important to un- derstand that sticking can result from excess moisture or improper iron temperature setting. When this happens starch or finish can build up on Choice Lots FOR SALE Directly West of Senior High . Walking Distance from Downtown, Schools and Churches . City Water and Sewer . Quiet Surroundings . Ideal Investment Opportunity Nick Hanson Addition to City of Sidney Call Nick Jones - 482-2301 or stop at Valley Meat ii i i i I the iron and under continued heating this buildup will scorch. To avoid this situation, don't overly dampen material and do use the iron setting for the type of fabric being ironed. If a low setting is needed, it may be wise to switch from starch to fabric finish which permits smooth ironing at lower temperatures. It also . heaps prevent sticking or scorching on dark washables if the starch or fabric finish is sprayed on the wrong side to eliminate shine and allowed to be absorbed by the fabric a few moments before ironing. Fabric finish may also solve flaking problems which occur if too much starch remains on the surface of the fabric or iron temperature is too low for starch effectiveness. Some resin-treated fabrics do not absorb starch well. If this happens, turn to fabric finish, or roll up the garment for a minute until the starch is ab- sorbed. For satsifactory and economical use of sprays, be sure to follow instructions for use. Often a "faulty" can has not been "declogged" after use. Most can labels suggest shaking the contents before using, lining up certain markers on spray button and can, holding the can at the proper angle and, finally, cleaning the spray opening either by removing and rinsing the button, or holding the can upside down and exhausting the last residue in the "hose." Convenient, Versatile Dairy Products Are Essential to Good Health MILKY WAY ICE CREAM 8 Milky Way bars Milk 6 eggs, well beaten 1]/a cups sugar 2 teaspoons vanilla 2 large cans evaporated milk Melt the Milky Way bars in two cuds milk in a double boiler, then cool. Mix eggs and sugar in a bowl and beat well. Add the vanilla and evaporated milk. Add Milky Way mixture and mix well. Pour into one - gallon freezer container and add enough milk to fill the container to within two inches to top. Mix well. Freeze ac- cording to the freezer direc- tions. i I NEWEST IDEA IN HOME DECOR! Tru- DECORATOR FLORAL BOWL AIR REFRESHER -- ROOM SCENTER Exciting new decorator floral bowl, Different. Ex- quisite beauty. Glass decanter jar holds floral arrangement of Empress Roses . . artificial, but amazingly true to life Remove lid . . . dellcateiy scented rose aroma refreshes air, helps'banish stale odors, Use in living room, bedroom, kitchen, bathroom, den. or office. Wonderlul gift Ideal tot patients or shut-ins, Order From Plus 50c Postage and Randling ORLON M. BOSTROM 621 - 8th Ave. S. W. Sidney, Mont. 59270 i i SUMMER CLEARANCE Ladies' Long Dresses -- Short Dresses Long Coats Car Coats Pant Suits Discounts of 1/z to 1/ off I IIIII Girl's Dresses--- off i I II ii Juniors - Misses - Half Sizes Cottons and Polyesters Yellowstone Mercantile Bank Americard Master Charge II IIIII II I III i ii i iiii iii iiiiiii iiiiiii ii For only $17.11 each, Budinon Northem carries .freeL,s 52. the oad 1,728 miles fitxn St.CFoud Minnesota tO Pordand Oregon,where they sell for about $459 apiece. That's lood for the man .who builds the freezer. And goodTor the family buys it...Burlington Norterr The better we get, the better it m for you .