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August - The Eureka (Utah) Reporter rage Six xr.r.Pb!J.ltSelecfed ik your banker buniiHM world, how much you can borrow. Recipes For The Week... J ELI JED MEAT RING We Welcome 3 M Our Old 1 1- -2 8 Friends and Customers Back to the Jubilee Days! EUREKA BR.N( UTAH HIT & SERVICE fields. Second cutting of alfalfa and tame other hay is almost comple-- , ted in all areas and yield is above normal, according to the U. S. Korean of Agricultural Economics. Dear harvest is expected to begin about Aug. 20 in Utah eounty. the report said. 1- -2 America of 1949 Sept. 5 of the people Some rich quick get their nione, people who think they rich quick. afternoon temperaAlthough tures throughout Utah hit the 100-- 1 of degree mark the first week for August, weather was favorable still grain harvesting and combines are running full blast in wheat pound small bologna cut inch thick 1 package aspic flavored gelatin 1 cup hot water 1 cup tomato juice 1 tcspoon Halt 2 teaspoon augar 1 tablespoon onion juice cup grated cabling e 2 tablcspoona chopped pimiento 4 cup diced celery 2 cup grated car rota 2 tablespoons chopped green popper Mayonnaise Dissolve gelatin in water. Add 1 tomato juice Halt, augar and on- ion juice. Cover the bottom of an eight-inc- h ring mold with a portion of the gelatin mixture. Chill in the refrigerator until it begin to congeal. Arrange alicua of bologna on the gelatin ho they overlap alightly. When remainder of the gelatin begins to congeal mix in vegetables and pour over bologna. Chill until firm. Unmold on large chop plate. Arrange remaining honogna slices in a I Free enterprise, to be must afford millions c Americana an economic ity. Hot Temperatures Favorable To Fall Grain Harvest Ornamental OR . STEEL CO. iron Aluminum & Sheet i All Types or Dit te steel IIeei,i1,lt,tn Pneumatic Equipment M.-ta- W or, Represent at iv ; lOIIV A. KOss Telephone 55 at Atlan- tic City. - .in ..mi iiiiiiiiiiim.iiiiii lllliiiiiiiiil Welcome fan-shap- circle around the salad. Kill center with mayonnaise or cottage cheese and garnish with carrot strips and celery curia 10 senr-ing-a SHEA & BARRETT? OLD TIMERS DARN CLEVER, THESE KOREANS . . . but theyre learning tt from the GTs. A U.S. military 1 training tbo Koreaa wcarity forces to maintain order la that republic. ffronp la Korea naked fer this training and the United States has eempUed. Ike training hoe Th Korean government approxi-matel- y farces will remain unto Korea ena maintain Ha own security. The American group consists of 5N offleen and men, with Brig. Gen. William Roberts In command. Hers Pvt. Frnneia Va. Farchmao, HRs instructs la tho mo ot the 5 artillery sighting scope. ad-tIao- CORNED REEF MOLD 2 cups chopper cooked corned beef 1 tablespoons gelatin 3 cup cold water 2 bouillon cubes n 0HKJH 1-- 2 cups boiling water 2 Joe Marsh gJunnesque," has the best chance .of winning honors, BEST CHANCE IN David H. Mann, who has been MISS UTAH CONTEST organizing the Utah state fair board's annual contest, said Mon- entrants to for the day that 100 Utah Lions clubs each hopeful jjote will be asked to sponsor a local 1950 contest; Utah the fairest of them all in entrant. Local winners will com- Utah wijj enter the Miss America pete in the state contest Sept. 16 potest next year in Atlantic City, to 24 to choose Miss Utah of 1950. Last year at the state fair, ( Utah judges must choose judges chose five foot ten inch, Previous decisions of Atlantic June Elizabeth Barlow, Bountiful, sauce8"100" , teaspoons salt 1 cup diced celery 2 cup cooked peas 2 cup diced pickled beets 2 cup sliced radishes. Soften gelatin In cold water. Duuuilve bouillon cubes in boiling water. Adil gelatin and stir until i , . 1-- I See Eye To Eye Aked Specs Allen to go hunting last week. Known him ill my life, so I wasn't nurprised when he nhowed no gun. Specs kill anything. up with doesn't like to Couldnt ask for a better hunt- ing companion, though. We tramp around the woods, and whenever the dogs flush a bird, I blaze away whilo Specs just watches. Told him once I was surprised he went along . . . feeling the way he dnes about shooting anything. Well, Joe," he says, you do what you think in right and Ill stick to what I think is right. I've no call to dislike you for not seeing everything the way I see it From where I sit, is n wonderful quality. There are plenty of things Specs admires that I don't care for. Like his fondness for buttermilk. I'd rather have a glass of beer anytime but Specs Allen and I don't let little differences get in the way of ss ... something big like friendship. f erv hwta. (Mina radishes i j and IIMIHlIUllllHtilIjIJMfllMlIIIIIIlMItllllllllMlllllllflWIlllllUinirlltllllMMIIlltlllllfllltll.ltUlllllllfllllllllllUIIIIII1 mold and chill. 8 servings. WORTHlREPCATINGf AGAINlANDlACAINfANDIACAIN Cocktail drinkers never believe that they will become drunkards, but there are drunkards who had to take their first drink. About the only time some of the residents of Sprlngville, go to church fat at their own funeral. This is, perhaps, a bit too late. Its. Penneys for racing motorist described as a man of parts. Spare ones. Humorist. A well-know- Oilv troxy CARL GALLOWAY I n to-Scho- fat Copyright, 1919, United States Ur ewer I Foundation froxi; ktcjtu the Jubilee Days! BUXOM BEAUTIES HAVE 2 Specs And To M-6- SAmmAmmm From where I sit... tt Sava N. Kosanovitch, Yugoslav Ambassador to the U. S.: We are not In the Soviet orbit. We are not satellized. We are independent and have our own type of socialist state. domes ol i WELCOME TO THE SILVER JUBILEE Krcsxu Brary ssro'ris Krena ssra-r- y G CHIEF BRAND LIME I CHIEF BRAND HIGH CALCIUM LIME G i WE SPECIALIZE IN HIGH CALCIUM CHMICAl HYDRATE FOR MILLS AND SMELTERS PLASTERING FERTILIZERS G Consolidated G I Company G 608 DOOLY BLDG. SALT LAKE CITY G PLANT: -- SADDLE, UTAH RwtVvl fft. !