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CAJ.ORIE CORNER : Push Button l00eclp oft/, Week Shopping e e G decry shopping may soon be as easy as push- ing a button. An automat- ic retailing machine de- veloped in Europe gives consumer choice of 280 items in any size and weight. Machine collects shopper's money, auto- matically retrieves and .delivers items. Summer Dessert PEACH PIE 1 cup peach syrup 1 package lemon flavored gelatin % cup cold water 1 pint vanilla ice cream 1, teaspoon almond extract Fresh sliced peaches -- about 2 to 2, cups 1 9 - inch baked pastry shell Whipping cream Heat the syrup to boiling. Remove from heat and add lemon gelatin. Stir until dissolved. Add cold water. Cut ice cream into six pieces and add to the hot liquid. Stir until melted. Add almond extract. Chill until firm. Garnish with whipped cream and peach slices. New Way To Chang e . Recipes . Features L uscious L uncheon You don't have to drop out or travel to Tahiti to enjoy a change in your life. Make it a small change -- take a break from your ordinary dining habits. Plan an elegant lun- cheon, invite new friends, and serve them Tropical Punch and Paradise Salad. Grapefruit - flavvored instant breakfast drink is the tasty basic in Tropical Punch, which also includes apricot nectar, grenadine syrup, and aromatic bitters. It's a great refresh- ment for luncheon guests and is reminiscent of lush tropical lands. As a flavorful ac- companiment, serve Paradise Salad, a light entree salad of turkey, water chestnuts, rice and five - minute cook frozen peas and carrots. Both the salad and the punch are very easy to prepare, yet elegant. Together, they're perfect for out door summer entertaining. So whenever you feel the need to break the schedule pattern in your life, try something a little different and make plans for a lush outdoor luncheon. A salad and punch combination makes a light and colorful sparkling menu. TROPICAL PUNCH ', cup grapefruit - flavored instant breakfast drink ', cup water 1 cup apricot nectar 1 tablespoon grenadine syrup Dash aromatic bitters Crushed ice or ice cubes Combine instant breakfast drink and the water; stir until dissolved. Add apricot nectar, grenadine, and the aromatic bitters. Chill. Pour over ice in six or eight- ounce glasses. Garnish with maraschino cherries and sprigs of mint, if desired. Makes la/4 cups or 3 or 4 servings. PARADISE SAI,AD 1 package (10 ounces) 5- minute cook frozen peas and carrots ', teaspoon salt 1', cups water 1 and one-third cups packaged enriched precooked rice '/z cup chopped dill pickle 1 teaspoon grated onion Dash of pepper 1 cup slivered cooked turkey 1 can (5 ounces) water chestnuts, drained and cut into thin strips a/4 cup mayonnaise and V4 cup French dressing.) Bring the frozen vegetables, salt and water to boil in saucepan; boil for 2 minutes. Stir in the rice. Cover; remove from the heat. Let stand five minutes; stir in pickle, onion and pepper. Fluff with a fork. Chill. Before serving, gently stir in remaining ingredients. Serve on crisp greens -- garnish with watercress if desired. Rug Cleaning and Upholstery Shampooing Estimates cheerfully given Steve Marynik Sr. & Jr. Ph. 482-2S66 - Sidney, Moat. (45-th i I i i ml ,i i I I IIIII IIIIIIII IIIIII iml } I[ II II RAINBOW Sales and Service Phone 482.3130 Love those green peppers from the garden but trouble thinking of new exciting ways to prepare Here's a recipe to please the entire Perfect for all that time entertaining too. it from our cook this week Bill (Mary Lou) McIn- live at 820 6th in Sidney. Bill is Vice and loan officer of National Bank. have five children, Mrs. (Jackie) Hartmann, iton, Minn.; Mrs. (Sandy) Hanson, Butte; - 17; Eddie - 13; and Jeff - also have five grand- !P Mrs. Bill Melntosh ceramics as a hobby. The family enjoys trailering, golfing and fishing. STUFFED GREEN PEPPERS 6 large peppers 1 pound ground beef (ham- burger) or other meat 1 tablespoon grated onion one-third cup finely chopped celery 1  cups cooked rice Salt and pepper Wash, stem and remove seeds from peppers, leaving a clean shell. Place in salted, boiling water for five to eight minutes, or until tender; Drain. Place in shallow baking dish. Brown meat slightly and keep crumbly; add onion and celery, cook about five minutes longer. Add rice, salt and baking dish. Spoon renlglning creole sauce over all filled peppers and bake in oven (375) 25 to 30 minutes. CREOLE SAUCE 3 tablespoons fat V. cup finely chopped green pepper '/ cup finely chopped onion 1 clove garlic, chopped 2'/z cups (No. 2 can) stewed or canned tomatoes 1 teaspoon chili powder 1 teaspoon sugar 1 small bay leaf / teaspoon ground cloves 1 teaspoon salt V4 teaspoon pepper Simmer sauce for 40 to 50 minutes until thick, before using. attend St. Matthew's pepper. Moisten with a little This tasty hot dish can be Church in Sidney. creole sauce. Fill shells and made up and frozen to be used rs cooking and add a small amount of water in later. 1.49 each is all you pay for professmnal color fy ortra,ts o our chtld. gelect etther large 5 x 7", or set of 4 wallet size, from several poses. 2 children photographed together--1.49 eech child And we never charge for handling or delivery. 7 Only at Penneys Age limit: 12 years All portraits delivered to you at our store. JCPenney Mon. and Tues. - Aug. 28 and 29 8:30 to 5:00 p.m. Makes Many of America's traditional recipes emerged from colonial kitchens. The dishes first prepared were plain, for colonial cooks licked iN, Tasty Pot Roast meats tor additional variety and flavor. For a beef blade pot - roast patterned after early American cuisine, try Colonial Pot Roast. The beef-braises until tender with chunks of acorn squash the proper utensils and few seasonings were available. Fruits and vegetables, when seasonally abundant, were combined and cooked with for 35 to 40 minutes or until the meat and vegetables are tender. Remove the meat and vegetables to heated platter. Thicken cooking liquid with reserved flour dissolved in water. II II I II III I II [1111111 I III I Feminine Facts and Figures J By SYLVIA W. OSTERMAN County Extension Agent WARDROBE FORMULA IS MIX, MATCH PLUS MACHINE WASH Last year's trend forecast is this year's parade. The classics are here -- in washable no - irons. What could be better for back - to - school good looks for youngsters and time and budget savi economics for mothers? Durable, washable fabrics in comfortable, prac- tical styles are the rule of the season that measure up to the rough and tumble enthusiasm fabrics and special treatments range far and wide with cor- duroy and denim ever popular. Knits and stretch wovens are making in roads because they are sleek, allow body movement comfort and snap back to shape after laundering. Often, pants are solid to compliment the highly pat- terned shirt scene. The knit sport shirt emerges inclaie, long - sleeved, front-button collar models. In cotton, polyester and blends, patterns include geometries, animal motifs and leaf prints. Denim and tart red apples, added near the end of the cooking period. COLONIAL POT-ROAST 3 to 4 pound beef blade pot- roast '/ cup flour l?z teaspoons saR '/s teaspoon pepper 3 tablespoons lard or drip- pings '/4 cup water 2 medium - sized onions, cut in quarters 1 beef bouillon cube one4hird cup hot water ! acorn squash, cut in twelfths and pared 2 medium - sized tart apples, quartered and cored Combine the flour, salt, and pepper. Dredge meat in of the small fry. work shirts, westerns and seasoned flour. Reserve the '. Young people today -- even lumberjack plaids appeal to leftover flour. Brown meat in the very young -- are fashion boys. lard or drippings. Pour off I " }!'. conscious. And while their ........ drippings. Add a cupwater / lS oack-o- SChool in color, . . ,.  choices have often clashed with .... and onmns. Cover tightly and =_., commrL casuamess ant] easy cook slowly for 2% hours. parental ideas, this fall there care clothing, Shop carefully ri.v,, ha;fillnn cube "n seems to be a meeting of the .............................. L_ one- .\\; tot me most mlx-amnty and . minds on what goes. The ,. . thwd cup hot water. Add macmne wasn and dry classics tidy up the belter ".. " " bouillon, squash and apples to ---,..,% ) } skelter of recent seasons and abfi,ty, meat. Cover tightly and cook ,4(-. --.. all ages like the direction ........................ .')'l L-.'-. though the school crowd KINDERGARTEN maintains its own in- terpretation. Enrolling now for sessions .,'W. It's a casual look with pliids a major element and fabric beginning Sept, 5 "LZ =[; textures important, par- i::: ticulirly brushed effects for Morning and afternoon classes depth and richness. The use of fabric softener when laun- dering will maintain that fresh - from - the - store softness. In the girls department knit dresses, cuffed pants, stretch bodysuits, pleated or flare skirts, tops and sweaters -- including twin sweater sets -- provide endless possibilities for the much loved layered look. Skirts are mostly knee length or to the floor with a generous sprinkling of culotte style shorties. Pants feature turned - up cuffs, flares and modified bell bottoms. In the boys aisle jean styling is still the top favorite -- but Federated ,,an help you sleep t If you toss and turn. worry,rig about the disasters that could de- stroy your business you need the Federated Business Protect - All Package One plan covers 71 mr- ferent business disasters And you enjoy the convemence and economy of one comDany, one representative, I can design a package for your company, and the low cost will surprme you ,I lk INSURANCE FOR BUSINESS 11. IB HOME * LIFE CAR ,' JUS, CALL '[-- BUD OUINNELL i Ik SAVAGE. MONTANA Phone: 776-2376 Wedding Invitations Napkins. Guest Books Attendants Gifts - Latest Styles - FRANDSEN'$ Agate & Gift House ,IL I H I __J ' .... Mrs. William Myers 416 2nd Ave. S. E. 482-3629 I I i III or Remodel WHICHEVER YOU CHOOSE, be sure to see US for the" financing. We can comfortable terms to fit your family's i MARK III GAS HEATING SYSTEM Here is a multi-room gas heating system that gives you the advantage of central heat at a fraction of the cost. No costly pipes and registers herel You get floor level heat out the front, back and both sides. Prefabricated duct kits pipe heat to rooms at side and back, and heat is de- livered by powerful, quiet twin blowers. Washable filters keep your home cleaner and healthier. Cabinet is finished in rich woodgrain vinyl with the look of fine fur- niture. ReMARKable indeed! Come in and see IL budget. MONTANA- DAKOT INorthern lil(I UTILITIES CO. ! and Loan Ass'n Ph;:e;72:.O " ! Next To Post Office I I IIII I IIIII I III IIII I IIIIII1[I I I