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Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - June 28, 1934, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin Thursday, June 28, 1934. Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune Page Seven FOOD AND MARKET PAGE SOMETHING SPECIAL IN SUNDAES Turn ice cream served at home into something new and special with a different sauce. It's rich and delicious but wholesome enough for the youngsters because it's made with dates. Pit a package of dates, put them in a saucepan, with about a pint of water and cook to a paste, Kemove from fire, add Va cup chopped nutmeats (pecans are es- pecially good) and the juice of half a lemon. Serve on ice cream. READ TRIBUNE WANT ADS. REARDSLEY'S PHONE 51 WE DELIVER SAVE ON THESE QUALITY FOODS 4 M SOAP SAVER and WATER SOFTENER 25c GREEN GLASS COOKIE JAR FREE Apricots, 29-oz. can Rippled Wheat, breakfast food, 24 servings Cloverland Peas, sieve, 2 20-oz. cans----- _18c i new JOc No. 3 25c 23c Joannes Baking Choco- late, OCn 2 pkgs. __ 0 Joy Fruit Nectar. Add water and serve. All flavors, pt._____ Herzigers Summer Sau- sage. Pure pork and beef, lb.________ Soap-Peets Giant Bars, 7 bars 25c 29c ._33c Fig Bar Cookies, fresh, 2 Ibs. RICHELIEU TOMATO JUICE, 3 16-oz. cans------------------- California Fresh Dates, lb. Green Apples, new crop, lb.--------------------------9e Head Lettuce, large, crisp heads-------------------9c Fancy Ripe Tomatoes, fancy red, lb.---------------9e Jumbo Gum Drops, lb. -------------------------------12c Oranges, full of juice, doz. Raspberries, Strawberries, Melons, Plums, Blackberries, etc. REILAND'S MARKET Tel. 275 131 Second St. S. We Deliver PURE LARD, 4 Ibs. _____ WEEK END SPECIALS 35c VEAL SHOULDER ROAST, lb. Veal Ribs, lb. ________________________________ Beef Short Ribs, Lb.___________________________76 Beef Pot Roast (choice) Lb.------------------------------17cr FRESH LIVER SAUSAGE, PORK SHOULDER ROAST, lb.____ 15c FRESH BOLOGNA, 2 Essex Summer Sausage, Lb.------------ Sunset Coffee, Vacuum Pack, Lb.----- Joannes French Breakfast Coffee, Lb. Clean Quick Soap Chips, 5 Lb. Pkg. __ Oxydol, large pkg.------------------------ 16c 32p 29c HEINZ PORK BEANS, 16-oz. can, 3 for JOANNES' BAKINC CHOCOLATE, OC- 2 pkgs._______LJU Complete Line of Fruits and Vegetables RAPIDS MARKET Phone 408 440 W. Grand Am. Gold Medal Flour 49 ib. n in Bag_ 1U Max- well House Coffee Veal Chops, 2 Ibs. _________ Veal Shoulder Roast, lb. Veal Steak, lb.____________ Veal Ribs, lb.____________ Liver Sausage Bologna Polish Sausage Large Werners Good Tender Beef Pot Roast, lb. Ib.bagliUU ____25c _.._ 13c ____20c __ 6s 2 for 25c _15c Lb. 32c 15c 29c 19c Smoked Picnics, lb. _______________ Assorted Cookies, 2 Ibs._____________ Puffed Wheat, 2 pkgs.___________ Miller's Bran Flakes, 3 pkgs.---------------- Qt. Jar Salad OCp Qt. Jar Sandwich Spread ___________ Gelatine Dessert, all flavors, 6 for-------- FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES String Beans, Leaf and Head Lettuce, Cucumbers, Beets, Green Onions, Radishes, Strawberries, Peaches, Plums, Apricots, Pears, Cantaloups. MARKET Phont 31 DeliTer Beef Pot Roast 15c Pork Roast Lean Shoulder Cut, lb Short Ribs Beef, lean, lb........ 6c Veal Shoulder Cut, Ib.........lOc Spare Ribs, young pork, lb.....lOc Home Made Sum'r Sausage, lb. 15c Veal Ribs 5c Pork Liver 7c Kraft Mt. Hope Cheese, lb.....19c Salads Should Play Big Part in Menus Dear Friends in Wisconsin Rapids Cool, appetizing salads made in tKe refrigerator should play an im- portant part in your summer menus Plain gelatine, fruits, vegetables anc canned seafood such as lobster anc shrimp, chicken, ham and left-over cooked vegetables all may be incor- porated in making these dishes. For example, a salad such as the one illustrated, is made with shrimp. Shrimp Mayonnaise Mould One package lemon flavored gel- atine; one_p_int warm water; two tablespoons vinegar, one teaspoon salt; one and one half cups shrimps, halved; one quarter cup green pep- per, chopped; two tablespoons pimiento, finely chopped; one half cup mayonnaise. Dissolve gelatine in the two cup: of warm water. Add vinegar and salt. Chill. When slightly thickened, fold in remaining ingredients. Blend. Turn into mould or individual moulds wet with ice water. Chill un- til firm in the refrigerator. Unmould on crisp lettuce. Garnish with thin slices of hard cooked egg. Serves six to eight. Jellied Consomme Four cups clear soup stock; one third cup cold water; two table- spoons gelatine. Soften gelatine in the cold water. Add to the boiling hot stock. Set aside to cool. Then chill refrigerator and serve in cups. Clear tomato soup can be used in place of part of the soup stock or juices may also be used. Jellied bouillon can be made, us- ing the brown soup stock. Six serv- ings. Jellied Mold of Chicken Three cups chicken meat; one pint chicken stock; one hard-cooked egg; one tablespoon gelatine; seasoning. Dissolve gelatine in one-third cup cold water. Add chicken stock which has been heated to boiling point. Pour small portion into mold and place in refrigerator until mixture begins to set. Add slices of egg and replace in refrigerator until firmly pot. Then add remainder of stock. Place in refrigerator until mold is firm. When ready to -erve, unmold on crisp lettuce. Garnish with stuff- ed olives and rosettes of mayon- naise. Six to eight servings. Cottage Cheese Mold One pound cottage cheese; one tablespoon chopped parsley; one and one half tablespoons cream; salt to taste; pimiento. Mix thoroughly ,the above ingre- dients. Line a lectangular re- ceptacle with thin wax paper. Pack in thin layers of the cheese, placing two or three paiallel strips of fresh or canned pimiento between layers. Place in refrigerator until ready to serve. Run knife around the sides and invert the mold. This can be sliced and placed on lettuce leaves. Serve with French dressing and wafers or with thin bread and but- ter sandwiches. Minced olives, chives or watercress may be used in place of parsley. Chopped nuts may also be combined, or used to top each serving. Serves six. Tomato Aspic Three cups stewed tomatoes; one onion, sliced; one stalk celery; one bay leaf; one clove; one teaspoon sugar; salt; one tablespoon gelatine; one half cup cold water; lettuce; Mayonnaise. Cook tomatoes with seasonings. Scak gelatine in cold water and add to hot mixture. Strain and allow to cool, then mold in cups about the size of a tomato. Chill in refrigera- tor. Serve on individual plates on crisp lettuce. Dress with tablespoon of mayonnaise on top of each mold, adding a dash of paprika if desired. Eight servings. Frozen Cress Salad Two three-ounce cakes cream cheese; one half cup stuffed olives one teaspoon salt; one half cup cream; one quart measure wa- tercress; one half cup mayonnaise; two cups whipping cream. Cream cheese by adding one-half cup plain cream slowly. Then add mayonnaise in same manner. Place in refrigerator to keep cool while others ingredients are being prepared. Whip cream and return to refriger- ator to keep cool. Break crisp watercress into parts approximately one-inch long, dis- carding coarse stalks. Fold whipped cream into cheese mixture. Add olives and watercress. Pour into freezing tray and allow to freeze without stirring. Serve on crisp lettuce. Garnish with stuffed olives, cutting the olives lengthwise. Six to eight servings. ASK YOUR GROCER FOR HONEY DEW and IDEAL FLOUR The Only Union Made Flour in the Northwest Flour Mill Workers' Union No. 19227, Federation of Labor Sutor's SELF-SERVE Store Next to Rapids Theatre FOOD NEWS I Every woman likes to be proud Here >ou will find Quality Foods at Reasonable GOOD NEWS! of her cooking. Prices! Chase and Sanborn's (Dated Coffee) Lb________________ Fresh Creamery But- ter, 2 for_________ Joannes' Pork and Beans, 1 Lb. cans-------------- Diced Beets, 10 Vz Oz. can___________ Diced Carrots, Oz. can________ Spanish Salted Lb. Rippled Wheat, 28 Whole Wheat Biscuits________ One Sample Pkg. FREE Hershey's Baking Chocolate, Vz Lb. Bars, 2 for_____ KASH Invite You Open Evenings and Sundays. Oz. 29c 51 c Jc _5c Jc Jc 10c 25s Northern Tissue, (Bathroom Paper) 2 for____________ Jergen's Toilet Soap, Oz. bars, 10'for ___________ Shopping Bags, Op (While they Clothes Pins, pkg. of 30, (Polished Hardwood) Bananas, 3 Lbs. for----------- Oranges (Sweet and Doz.--------- Lemons, (large 6 for------- New Potatoes, 5 Lbs. for------------ to Serve Yourself. Tel. 1245M 13c 19c 9c 21c ISc 17c lie WE CARRY FIREWORKS OF ALL KINDS OPEN ALL DAY WEDNESDAY. JULY 4TH FRESH CREAMERY Ib. 26 A Complete Line of Foods For Your 4th of July Picnic BUTTER BiCEsCRJEAM POWDER 2 MARSHMALLOWS "DILL PICKLES OLIVES 1 Pine Hill 17c- 17c IBc Qt. OOn OuC LARD HORMEL'S PURE Rita Vacuum Pack COFFEE Van Camp's MILK Lb. Can oz. Cans Kraft 4 E 33C Hershey CHOCOLATE BLab; 11c Needs-No-Sugar FRUT SIPS Assorted Flavors, Pt. 15c Rapids BEVERAGES 3 25c MIRACLE WHIP Q, 27c FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Luscious Cling Stones PEACHES 5 Large Ripe Wicksons PLUMS Golden Ripe BANANAS New White Full 6 lb. 00 P Basket wwu J Lbs. luu CUCUMBERS 3For10c Potatoes 15 Lb. Peck 29c Find Beet Sugar Just As Qood As Cane For Jelly "Will beet sugar make good This is a question recently asked Miss Aneta Beadle, Purdue university extension nutritionist, and is one which to many house- wives, now that the canning season is at hand. "In spite of the fact that many women in this country feel they can- not use beet sugar for making jel- lies, cakes, or candies, both beet sugar and cane sugar have exactly the same chemical says Miss Beadle. PERRODIN'S MARKET We Deliver 671 W. Grand Ave. Phone 340 BEEF SALE FRIDAY and SATURDAY Round Steak Sirloin Steak Pot Roast Beef Stew Beef Tongue Beef Hearts Beef Ribs Ib. Ib. 15c Ib. 12V2c lb. lOc lb. lOc lb. 5e lb. 5c Pure Granulated Beet Sugar Will Make Good Jelly Famous nutritionists and research bureaus proclaim beet sugar has exactly the same chemical composition as cane sugar and can he used with equally good results in the making of jellies, cake and candies. Price on beet sugar is 20% per hundred less as compared to cane. It is manufactured from beets grown on farms in our own as well as other states, and is refined and granulated to the same fine texture as cane sugar. We advise customers to purchase sugar before July 7th and save 55c per hundred Process Tax. WE DO NOT SELL TO CONSUMERS Wood County Grocery Co. Fairway Stores THE LCWF OF BSEflD IN THE WORLD K IN THB CHICAGO FIELD MUSEUM -IT IN EGVPT, ABOUT 35OO P and G Soap, 7 Giant Bars _ 25c Kirk's Flake White Soap, 10 bars____ 27c Clean Quick Soap Chips, 5 lb. box _. Palmolive Soap, 3 bars _______ 25c tic Fresh Soda Crackers, 2 lb. caddy _________ Honey Grahams, 2 lb. caddy 22c "White House" Fruit Pectin, regular size, bottle________ 23c "Beechnut" Finest Tomato Catsup, 14 oz. bottle____ 15c Ovaltine, Regular Size______ 79c "Rose Finest Peanut Butter, 2 lb. jar__________ 25c Hill's Bros. Coffee, 2 lb. can________ 65c Hershey's Cocoa, 1Qr> 1 lb. can__________ IJU Vi Lb. Can___lOc Bag-O-Sweet Beet Sugar, 10 lb. J7- cloth bar__________TI 0 Coco Bar or Lemon Cookies, 2 Ibs. Grandpa's Red Bag Breakfast Coffee, 3 lb. bag___ Butter or Oyster Crackers, 1 lb. caddy_ 15c Rich Flavor California Asparagus Tips, 15 oz. can_________ Delmonte Pineapple, No. 2 can, Crushed ___________ Sliced ____ 18c "None Such" Extra Fancy Apple Sauce, No. 2 can ____ _____ "Thrifty" Wax Paper, 100 ft. rolls _ _ Hershey's Chocolate lb Durkee's Fresh Cocoa- nut, lb __. Finest Pul- -fT- verizod Sugar, 2 Ibs.__IOG Post Toasties, large, 2 boxes ___ 2 Sample Boxes FREE 25c FRUITS Fresh Ripe Tomatoes, 2 Ibs.___ ISc Georgia Peaches, 3 Ibs._________ 15c Fancy Plums, basket _____ 43c New Potatoes, 10 Ibs.______ 20c Fresh Asparagus, 2 large bunches__ 15c Sunkist Oranges, 23c and__ 39c Large 300 Size Lemons, Dozen 37c Fresh Cucumbers, 3 for ._10c Karo Syrup, 10 lb. pail _. 43c Rai Fudge Candy, lb.____________ 11k Fresh Peanuts, 2 Ibs._______ 17c "Rose Marie" Cake Flour, 5 lb. bag___ 29c Eyerygreen Summit Tissue, Union Made, 4 rolls ___________ Hand Picked Navy Beans, 3 Ibs.______ 13c "Shotwells" Fancy Vacuum Packed Marshmallows, 12 oz. can---------- 15c "Jel all flavors Now 4 boxes______ I3o "Lover's" Old Fashioned Baked Pork Beans, 1QP 2 Jumbo 28 oz. cans... lub MEAT DEPT. Tender Beer Pot -1C., Pot Roast, lb._____ I3U Tender Boiling Beef, lb.____ 12c Fresh Hamburger, lb. ____________ lie Milk Fed Veal Shoulder Roast, lb.__ "Armour's" Summer Sausage, lb.--------- J2_c 15c Pork Shanks, lb. ________ 8c Minced Ham, Sliced, 15c Cudahy's Spiced Loaf, Sliced, lb. 22c RAPIDS TEA Tel. 112 COFFEE GROCERY CO. Tel.
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