The Rusk Cherokeean. (Rusk, Tex.), Vol. 109, No. 2, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 5, 1956 Page: 2 of 16
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JULY 5, 1*56
PAGE X SECTION 1
Meals In Minutes With Canned Meat
t Here's a dinner ready from start to finish in 30 minutes with canned
corned beef hash as the mainstay and with tomato halves and
zucchini as the vegetable fillip.
By knowing canned meat choices, you can increase menu ideas the
short and easy summer-way. Some 113 different products are offered
ranging from baby food meats to wieners; from small cans of potted
and deviled meat aproada to 12-ounce luncheon meat, to big 14-pound
hams. A pantry shelf supply of meats in cans permits quick menu
The trick for the 30-minute djnner is a simple baking sheet
assembly iob. Zucchini alices are foil-wrapped and baked for 16
minutes while you open the can of meat ana fix the tomatoes. The
meat and tomatoes bake the last 16 minutes of cooking time along
with the zucchini.
\ 30 Minute Dinner
pounds zucchini 1 can (1 pound) corned beef hash
4 tablespoons butter 2 tomatoes .*
or margarine, divided H teaapoon sugar
% teaspoon orégano
Wash zucchini; cut in W-inch slices. Place in 24-lnch long strip
of uluminum foil.fDot with 3 tablespoons of the butter; sprinkle with
salt and popper. Wrap aluminum foil around zucchini; seal tightly.
J'lace on baking sheet. Hake in a very hot oven, (fi00°F.) 16 minutes.
While zucchini is baking, open can of corned beef hash at both ends
to remove in one piece. Cut into four slicaa. Out tomatoes in half.
Dot with remaining 1 tablespoon butter; sprinkle with salt, pepper,
sugar and orégano, Placo corned beef alices and tomato halves on
baking sheet with zucchini. Reduce heat to a hot oven, (460"F.) and
bake 15 minutes longer.
YIELD: 4 Borvines.
The Rusk Cherokeean, Rusk. Texas
HOTTER THAN JULY! Heie Is
A Repeat Fiom Our Sale!
BY POPULAR DEMAND, WE ARE0FFÉRING ANOTHER CHANCE TO
BUY OUR SPECIAL BEDROOM GROUPING. ACTUAL PICTURE SHOWN HERE.
C. Metí Hoald, County Aqont
Irene Odotn, County HD Agent
Johnnie McKay, Assc. Co. Agent
Johnnie Lou Woatherly,
A**e. HD Agent
Garland Marshall, Asst. Co. Agt. 1
Martha B.irnett, Asst. HD Agent
The ¡iv ist.-mi county aneiil
jrrets that ho will have to cancel
the Mixon 4 II Club picnic which
was to he held Wednesday, July
He will lie attending a three
week short course at A. & M. Col-
lege which runs from July It! to
The Sunimerfiehl community
will hold an organizational meet
ing, Monday night, July l). In ad-
dition to election of officers, there
will be a report from the commit-
tee investigating the wafer situa
lion for the community.
T'.ei rent ion will he the main
theme of the regular monthly
meeting at ( raft community cen
tor Tuesday night, July Hi at 8,00
p.in There should be some good
volleyball game* considering the
practice that ha* been going on
out there during the past month
Coir'inittees o> the Cove Spring
community organization will meet
with the county extension person I
net, Thursday night. Jul> 5 at H00j
pin for a tratmie meeting on
committee act iv it if- The meeting
will h at the Methodist Church !
• young people of the com
munits villi also meet at the vattie
time ami place to organic a com
p.timiv i II club for both bv > . and
VccoiMuu; to the chairman of j
the Huí'at IUveUMvnunl l .u¡\ uh 1
trouble along with some Ixill wee-
If an early season control pro-
gram was carried out then it isj
time to get out and let beneficial
insect population build up; unless.!
of course tho boll worm or bolt
weevil infestation is heavy enough
to justify continued poisoning.
This Is the general situation as
the extension agents have found
the past week.
Are jour laying liens falling off
in production and the size of egg
decreasing'' If ->o, you had better
check the manufacturer's feed tag
and see if the ration contains ni-
ca i ba/.ln
Nicurbnzin is one of the newer
drugs used in rations for controll
ing coceidiosis in growing chicks
and should not be fed to laying
Recent tests at A Si M. College
show that laying liens fed nicar-
bazin in t h e ration declined in
production, egg size decreased as:
much as 115'. and the hens event-
ually stopped laying after a few
days. The interior quality of the
egg was severely affected.
The recommended feeding level
of nicarhazin for controlling coc-
cidiosis m growing birds is .0125
percent of the ration.
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Attractive Finished Bedroom Suite With
Double Dresser, With Center Drawer
Guides. Bevel-Edge Mirror. Bookcase
Headboard, Innerspring Mattress And
During Our "Re-Modeling Value Event," Why Don't YOU Re-Model YOUR Living
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Offered For The FIRST Time In East Texas - -By Bearden's.
7 - Pc. Modern Living Room Suite
Reg. Value $179.95
THIS SPECIAL EVENT-
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favorite when it comes to dairy!
tiHiils It's a gotnl buy, too Top
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Whitehead, E. H. The Rusk Cherokeean. (Rusk, Tex.), Vol. 109, No. 2, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 5, 1956, newspaper, July 5, 1956; Rusk, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth150138/m1/2/: accessed December 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Singletary Memorial Library.