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CORNER Recipe of the Week for this week is (Lois) Junso of Sid- children are Doug, Kevin and Joel. The moved from Ab- D., to take over the of the Gambles Store They hope to event- it a family business, hobby IS rats: five children. She not- to take over the Mrs. Phil Junso For her recipe, she chose coffee cake. COFFEE CAKE l/2 cup butter or margarine 1 cup white sugar 2 egg yolks 1 teaspoon vanilla 11/2 cups flour 2 teaspoons baking powder t/2 teaspoon salt V2 cup milk Beat tngether then fold intwo egg whites, beaten stiff. Bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes. Presbyterian Church of Fairview presents its Annual Bazaar , Dec. 4--2 - 5 p.m. (46-3tc Pre- Holiday Special 1 GROUP Women's and Children's SLIPPERS 25% off Reg. Price VARI ED STYLES LIMITED QUALITY Just in Time for Holiday Giving BANKAMERIcARD - IIII1. bonus by Susan Warnke MDU Home Service Advisor i! TOPPING 1/2 cup brown sugar 1 teaspoon cinnamon 2 tablespoons flour 2 tablespoons bntter or margar- ine Nut meats, if desired Meat And Macaroni Salad Macaroni pairs well with leftover meats to provide a salad entree especially good. Simply cook and drain macaroni and combine with an equal amount of leftover beef, cooked pork or ham, cut in pieces. Bits of bacon or cubes of luncheon meat also can be used and cut up celery ann green omons. What's the bag of your future? Luggage, I mean. The purchase of luggage usually means a vacation, new adventure or maybe a gift for a friend. Fashion-conscious people are particular about the type of luggage they want---and they certainly can be because luggage comes in a variety of shapes, sizes, colors and fabric. Let's see if we can find the "bag" for you. Luggage today is made mostly of vinyl, reinforced plastics and fabric although you will still find an occasional handle or trim designed in leather. Basically there are two types of luggage. One type is rigid, made from molded plastic or fiber glass parts. This type is strong enough to resist impacts, protect breakable items inside and keep things in place. Flexible or soft side luggage, the second type, is made from more pliable material, either vinyl or fabric. You can stuff all kinds of goodies in these. There are various degrees of softness, however, and some have reinforced frames on which you could sit. Soft side luggage is lighter and easier to handle but isn't nec- essarily lower in price. You will find many sizes available and they aren't necessarily standard. Many shoppers cannot purchase a complete set at one time, in which case it is best to get the ones that fit your current needs. No one wants to use up their energy carrying a heavy bag around, so look for a piece that is lightweight yet roomy, strong and durable. A good piece of luggage with a rust, scuff, stain and dent resistant cover should last many years. You've invested good money into it so you want it to last. The closing should be precise so it protects your garments from dust, mildew and mois- ture. Hinges, locks and zippers should work smoothly so they don't catch on clothes. Also, you don't want the lock to open accidentally. Now that you've decided on the type of luggage you want, here are a couple of suggestions for your con- sideration. Pick up the luggage. It should be easily manageable for you. See that the strap or handle fits you comfortably. Open it up - check for all the inner accessories - are they included? Test it for tight clos- ure---close the suitcase on a piece of paper, letting it stick out near the handle, You should be able to pick up the bag by the paper without it moving. You should also check to see that duplicate keys are provided. Don't forget the identification tag and---Ban Voyage!!! That's 30 from MDU! Standing Rib Roast Menu Rib Roast of Pork with Herb Rub Brniled Tomato Garnish Baked Potato With Paprika Hearts of Lettuce Blue Cheese Dressing Honeydew Melon Rib Roast of Pork With Herb Rub (Yield: 8 servings) 4 pounds Swtft's Premhall Tend'r Lean Pork Rib Roast 1 teaspoon salt l/4 teaspoon pepper //4 teaspoon rosemary 1/4 teaspoon leaf thyme Combine salt, pepper, and herb seasonings. Rubgeneroos- ly over the surface of tbe roast. Place the roast, rib side down, on a rack in a shallow pan. Do not add water. Insert a roast meat thermometer into the thickest portion of tl-e meat. Do not touch bone. Roast in a slow oven (325 degrees F.) for 21/2 hours or until roast meat thermometer indicates 170 degrees F. Re- move the pork roast from the oven and allow it to stand about 15 minutes before car- wing. Count approximately 240 calories for each one-rib OL/2 ounce) serving. In the past the same portion would have count- ed up to 377 calories or more. BROILED TOMATO GARNISH Slice off the tops of medium- size tomatoes. Sprinkle light- ly with fine bread crumbs and salt and pepper. Top each toma- to with about one-half teaspoorr of margarine -- Place the to- matoes in a shallow pan under Hearts of Lettuce Salad With Blue Cheese Dressing Cut a crisp head of lettuce into wedges and arrange on im dividual salad plates. The let- tuce is nearly free of calorie count. With each tablespoon of dressing, add 20 calories. Blue Cbeese Dressing (Yield: II cups) I cup crumbled blue cheese 1 cup condensed tomato soup 2 tablespoons chili sauce 4 teaspoons lemon juice 1 teaspoon diced onion t/ teaspoon paprika Combine the above ingre- dients. Beat until smooth - chill. Dessert Honeydew melon is so com- pletely refreshing that it does not need any additions to make it a perfect dessert for this low calorie meal. Justadd about 100 calories for each 3-inch wedge of meloz. Or you can switch to watermelon for about the same count. the broiler. Broil about 5 rain- Shrimp Is F 00vorite utes to heat throngh only. Serve one tomato with each serving American Dish drained mushrooms, pimientos, and seasonings; mix well. Cover and cook for i0 minutes. Add shrimp; cook 3 to 5 minutes. stirring occasionally. Serve over cooked rice or cornchips, as desired. Makes 8 servings. SHRIMP OLE / cup salad oft 2 medium-s/zed onions, sliced 1 cup sliced celery 1 medium-sized green pepper, shoed Pour half  the batter in 2 cloves garlic, crushed greased pan. Sprinkle lmlffl' 2 tablespoons all-purpose flour topping over batter. Repeat, us- 2 1-pound cans tomatoes iag all of the bmterandtupplag, 2 4-ounce cans chopped mush- Sprinkle nutats on the top. rooms 4 canned pimientos, sHeed Bake in 2 8-ineh pans or 1 2 bay leaves 9 x 13 inch p. 1 teaspoon oregano 1 tablespoon chili powder 2 teaspoons salt l A teaspoon pepper 2 pounds fresh or frozen shrimp, shelled and deveim ed, or 2 (8 0 10 ounce)pack- ages frozen peeled and de- veined shrimp Heat ofl. Add onions, celery, green pepper and garlic; cook until onis and celery are ten- der. Add the flour; cook, stir- ring constantly, until lightly browned. Add the tomatoes, un- Add Your Thing Need a speedy topping for a meat pie? Rely on today's refrigerated bscuits in tube- like cans. To add your own touch, sprinkle with an herb Movles without movie lights! of pork and count 40 calories. Baked Potatoes Bake medium-size potatoes. Just before serving, cut the tops of the potatoes and fluff the inside with a fork. Let each calorie counter season his potato with salt, pepper, and a little paprika. Count 100 calories for each teaspoon of butter or margarine used. Kodak Introduces Movie KODAK XL33 Movie Camere j. KODAK XLS5 Movie Camera ... with power zoom and rangennder. A completely new kind of cam- era that lets you take movies by the light you live in and new KODAK EKTACHROME 160 Movie Film Four times as fast as KODACHROME 11 Movie Film, to help you get great color mowes in dim light The cameras and film together let you make movies without movie lights Ask your dealer to show you how easy it is I Turne r ,,,Drug , ! I I I ALADDIN OUTING KIT Two regular-neck quart bottles with pla,d polypropylene jackets, a sandwich box fit into red plaid weather-resistant case with wide zipper top, stitched-in, riveted handles. Heavy seam piping for strength. (D205-555) MASTERPIECE GAME Have fun learning the world's great eintings! New Art Auction game by arer Brothers takes less than an hour to play. Set includes framed Rembrandt board, 24 famous painting miniatures, $30 million to play with. (K728-891) OPEN HOUSE Sunday, Dec. 5 - 2 - 5 p.m. honoring MR. AND MRS. HOMER BARBER on their 60th Wedding Anniversary at the Richland National Bank Hospitality Room (No Gifts Please/) H, I IIII I i + G. E. PERK . G.E. TOASTER OR WARING BLENDER I Choose one or both Warlng Future Blender features 7 speeds and a 5 cup capacity. . E. Toaster features 2-slice, automatic pop-up, and pastries control. Select avocado, harvest, white, chrome. Blender not available in chrome. Match- ing G. E. Chrome Plated Aluminum 9- CUp  ............ Special $17.88 WEST BEND 30-CUP PERK + Automatic percolator With time, temper- eture controls brews from 12 to 30 cups of coffee, keeps it hot, Two-way faucet for serving 1 cup or continuous flow, Comes in aluminum (K924-730) poppy red (K924-748), avocado (K924-755). 8 88 Phone: 482-1402 y, Montana ,J I I I . I ._ I j l ] HIIHfil I N ] H I $ I ] I I .... I  Johnson Hardware and Furniture Co.