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++4 i 1 " +i Tuesday, April 25, 1944 KENOSHA EVENING HEWS , , , i , I NEw.s ND VIEWS OF KENOSHA BUS00NESS I Scripture Cards m Kenosha Busses &apos; 'In Kenosha It's Gm00lmo for Carry UpliftingT F, br Readers Fine Wines,' Familiar SIooan, Kenosha's most complete stock of fine CLliorrda wines with nation- al/y known ]abels are available at Sam Gerolmo, popular proprietor of Gerolmo's Twenty-Second avenue and ]Ry-ixth street bugim eablishment. S/u, ke Hands ',-- FRED STEMM As a veteran insurance counlelor of more than 35 years, Fred Stems is widely known throughout Keno- sha county in the professional field of insurance and real estate. Rap, resenting some of the nations oldest and most reliable insurance com- panles. Fred maintains offiecs at 70 - Fifty-seventh street in the mod- em Pfennig Building. 2 sliced tomatoes or small can tomato sauce V Green Pepper, sliced 2 taps. Worcestershire Sauce Page Nine i DUHWEBAKI- Oell YOl8 Top ldJ --Zor the molt complete NleeUon o! the--- in mtera Kentucky Stoker,  CKLXFORMI west Virginia Splint, Racine Coke, etc. Dust Treated Tool Dmmebeeke Go.  oe'r. war, Wo.... ",+,,, ' GEROLMO'S 1213- 56th 8L Dial 511ff 22rid Ave. at $6th St. -- DIAL 2-3377 -- ' ' Spring Calls For I /oo, / H=Hm DRUGS i th vo. aS 50U at. =+'+ ...... TURK I Refrigeratin I i sEvi PAS uj PHOM 74115 SarLnkle fish sllc or flleta with salt onion. Pr Sauterne over all and let l i'    m  soak for half an hour. Melt butter n[' | 'l  0   ]     M. large shallow bakina pan. Remove flJhl I dr" M j & V [ U     -' and onion from wine and llace in  | PRINTING I    n   r baking Dan. cover with tomatoes and I I DEVELOPING I  m   r green Oe0r. and erlnkle with lait. I | I-..T. [ i iV B i Bake until fish t. tender, about 3,5  [ " l ---'-;- " I   v   utes. in moderate oven .(3"t5"). Bsat  ........  trlulmtly with wlne +l which fish was {  .... ,.z ... - ...... PHOTO PPLY HOIII ! aked) 11Ixed with WorcelterlhPl I m+ -. ....... mane r,+llZl Sauce. Green Salad with Wine Dressing .... ,; ,_,  .. ]arge Head ettu 1 ..---o+_t_ ,--. II I". . ++! 4 tbsps. Salad Oil ! " . . ]l Ill l ,.BoPe -o l tsv. Salt i .... It fl| I Accum+a I Biack Pepper i I"" -- II I[[ [ aERVICa J I tbsp. Claret Wine | mmmlllm"m II Ifl ' 1 tbsp. Lemon Juice |  II III urn-mama or Tnn.ffi , ub ,alas bowl win cut clove or l InS| Dial 5801 fO l[ ill IO rrUC mmml +,+ arlic, tf wished. Tear ettuce into l   m, m.  It I1| iecsa and e-v into bowt. Pour on over I I  "iT Ir II ill +'-+ lettuce Ior/nkle with lalt and  [ ILmUJ[I ]l III +A+ua ,Am and teu until well coated with off and l__ , ,mmv r*v il Ill 411IIDIUt I+UUIIgl t+:: over all. to m+mm and ee at one. l " II Ill IITIIA-[ IUIIIP,iI, IIT Thly ticed srn onion, radishes, eu- . II Ill cumber=, avocedo eub. tomato mart- u....,., L C,----eret,, |1 |H  oN COI,W3, ............. 1 J i14V umqalvlu m v,ualiil m in nil (t elr,, laF eooIceo oago-,--Luy vr m w ..... ]l,TO' U If| v .... thlu@ may be added. it1 II III ............... ++ ,-Gon+,.o, ++..so= II Ill " "" "" '" "" ++ Increased enthusiasm and a new spirit of religious outlook is being manifested daily by hundreds of Kenoshans who read the scripture cards which appear in all Kenoha Motor car line busses. Sponsored by the Best Seller Publicity, similar posters appea in vehicles for public usage all over the country. These cards are changed each month, bringing new meages clearly illustrated by world famous artists and done in appealing color desigPJ. Detlls Availble Here Here in Kenosha, thoe concerned over the scripture cards and Belt Seller activities, may secure Irdor- rrmtion by addressing Best Seller Publicity, Box 345. Best Seller Publicity had its in- ception in the mind of a young Chicago artist. Miss Josephine Pet- erson+ The idea of this type of; Gospel publicity ocurred to her in the spring of 1937. During an elevated ride, she noticed adver- tising for patent medicines, liquors, chewing gum, soap flakes, and dance orchestras, but not a word answering to life's deep needs. "/ felt that religious advertising could be given u much sparkle az longer ale promotion gets. I thought I could help too, she recalled," and so we formed Best Sailer Publicity. God has done more than I hoped. The artists who are helping, Idl fine Christians, are doing ever Io much better for the work than we dreamed, but prayer is what is really behind it." Proof of Good Work She presents this striking illt- tration: "It was a dismal night in Chi- cago. A bedraggled, shabbily dressed man c}ung desperately to a hand strap on a swaying street car. His mind was befuddled with liquor and tortured by the thought that he had left his wife and chil- dren to shift for themselves in an- "Suddenly out of the haze thing caught h i. attention. He hed- tared, struggled to focus his watery eyes on what appeared to be the face of a man. But what s face it was- peaceful, yet  of strength and compassion. ''hen he knew it was a picture he saw. Only a picture on an ad- vertising card overhead! He started to turn away but couldn't. . . What were those words beside the pic- ture? He squinted closer until he could read. 'I am the l=zurrection and the Lib'e; he that believeth in Me though he were dead yet lhld/ he live.' Brings Him Bsek Again 'hat was it: Just what he need- ed. He'd heard it before in a stun, but it had never meant any- thing. But now this plcture--/t must be of the Christ--made the whole matter so real. Blindly he staggered i from the street car at the next stop, !somehow found a minion, and i there blurted out his need for the Saviour. God heard hil prayer and revealed C+.hist to hlm. 'roday tl one-time drunkard !has rejoined his family and is I/v- ing a victorious Christian lffe---4dl as the result of having seen the effect/re illustration and verse On a Best Seller Publicity poster." )og Does His Bit East Eddlngton, Me. ---(U.PS-- arry Jordan's dog Chum ls doing his bit to increase the fast-declin- ing output of vitally needed pulp- wood. Each day Chum hauls about a cord of pulpwood from the Jor- dan woodlot to the roadside -- a distance of about three.qtmrtera of a mile. Harnesged to a ileal by a  M PLEASING ATMOSPHERE OF M CHUNG KING CAPE is de- picted above. Under the direction of Jim Len, the Chung King Care/I the popular headquarters for all Kenoehans who enjoy both American and Chinese dishes. The care is open from II e. m. 'tfl 1 & m. (2 a. m, on Saturdays). Patrons who desire chop suey or chow main prepared to take home are invited to dial 8977--the addre? -- 5711 Sixth Ave- nue, in the heart of downtown. KENOSHA'8 COVER GIRL8 -- Congratulations were showered by the entire community on these three girls, winners in the Kenosha Theater Cover Girl contest conducted recently in cooperation with Lapp and Company. Left to right are Arlene Tucholl. second prize winner; Betty Boyle, first prize: and Irene Bur|, third prize. All three were given prizes offered by Lepp and Company. Familiar hereabouts is his trade slogan: "In Kenosha it's Gorolmo for fine wines." Finely blended wines include American port, sherry, muscatel, claret, sauterne in  and pinta may be secured at Gerolmo's. When to Serve Wine When to serve wines is an im- portant point of information for the host or hostess destring to oar I guests the utmost in palllte-t4lpt- ] ing cuisine. This, Gerolmo, with l a reputat/on as one of this section's I foremost wine distributors, offers I these tips: i Before dinner--Sherry. With Hen D'Oeuvre, Oystenl and soup--auterne. With Fih--Sautarne. With Entree (meat, chicken, etc.)--Sauterne. With Game--Claret. With Cheese---Claret. With DeJert--MmmaM. After Dinner--Port. To increase the enjoyment throughout a meal, serve wines that best suit each individual'| taste, is Gerolmos advice. Good for Cooking Improve your cooking with wines is the tip L-om the well- known Kenoshan, who adds: "So many dishes are made more ta and enjoyable by adding wine to them before and after cooking. H you want to win praise from thole you serve and obtain the reputa. tion of being a fine host or host- ess, try some of the following splendid recipes," Gerolmo pointed out: Chicken--Italian Style other city while he was off on a Wooden collar, Chum pulls about i 1 frying Chicken (2 or 3 lbs.): drinking spree. ' one-sixth of a cord at a time. m _ JL  'JL_. _J[_L L m_l|_ "   | . hps TO 00TreTm rank 00uppny =,+ Olive oil ---. --.. i clove arlie, dic+ ... 2 tbsps. Butter J ii I flexed by L+ndorens' Dairy cup Canned or Diced Fresh De ty Tomatoes 1 tbsp. Chopped Parsley  I Onion, minced. l   I l -unll .-._- ;_-__ l I With milk one of the vital foodstuffs of our nation available to all [ . _ I i  wnc ,tey I who need it but curtailed because increasing war demand has made andDISJlntbrown chicken,in oil andWibutter.DiecelSvrinlrJedrY' " / JualU4"'ii  I i  are   - - ! it necessary to stretch the current supplies, it becomes a patriotic re- with ear and Dver while ookmz. When browned. Put in garlic and onion. l ..... [ l i fln\\;\ dressed, i quirement that every Kenosha housewife make every drop go as Let eook until on/on  Mt. then add ' I II  I I I ;'I" lk  ;far as possible, s.,.., an, *+mato. ,-.r . .=- :+- I II IBJI$11IIEti/'i II I " W, " Lloyd Landgren, head of the' mer /or halt an hour. SOrinido With ehoDDed parsley, and cook I few fln- IJL ]1+2-! tl I .... . ....... Landgren dairy at 5419 Sixteenthmilk conservation program, Land- utes lolSer. Serve with the sauce soooed over the chicken. I   I I Si, CLOE IHI00E avenue, pointed out today that I gren added. I Properly refmgerated milk wiH I -  l Ieth Ave. Corner Sh St. Landgren's Cream Top Bottle does ! . . ! . ". Fish Baked in White Wine " ..... " k n a a I .  I ...... ,,=;'-0, ...... dople, duty providing ere.am..that ] ep frOaia: ae,eoeaiereen (Halibut, Salmon or Bsl) wtzt wrap, ana milk mat Is mgnly I c 2 Ibs. of Fish, slices or flle nutritious and a "must" item in values but in the event that milk I +" S " ...,,, ,... IIRAIIglt the dail diet of children and sours, t can till be used In cook- 1 large Onion, diced ..... " Y in n b "n li i us a . RUlli  adults, economies in the use of g a d ak/ g de co diabe . 1 cup Sauterne i + lr milk will be of great assistance to Use Low Tern erltures it IIU It O ...... p + tin+. Butter atones m mamtainmg good dlstri- Retention of the food values of ! but|on and a fair share of the as- dishes cooked with milk is more i . sential fluid food to all Kenoshans. assured if low temperature is used. To aid housewives in stretching Cook milk mixtures in the double- - the supply of fluid milk, Landgren boiler and bake milk dishes *in a proposed a test of these suggestions stow oven, Landgren advised as for conserving that important dairy one means of making the milk pro- product, vide highest dietary returns. Landgren called attention to the For whipping cream, a war,time fact that milk used in the prepara- treat of an unusual nature due to lion of foods retains its proteins, the fact that heavier cream is minerals, calories, and other sus- frozen, Landgren called the atten- t.,i; taining values. In mashed pota- tion of housewives to the fact that v-t, toes, cream soups, creamed vege- whipping cream garnishment for al-wx 4Z--LA snoIz IOAD tables, custards, ice creams, desserts is available in the Cream Unit S MII from Downtawll puddings, cheese, and on cereals, it Top bottles. When drawn from . ' still is milk and holds forth the the top of the patented bottled. ... and we'll raise our -- rturlns -- same food values, rich cream is secured without in- chilrlvJ on Vitamin- jury to the food values and Ix>- ich d airy products At Your Favorite Chicken, Turkey, 8talob "Use it up make it do" tential supplies of minerals and Friev.dly Club or Chops and Sea Foods ...... WHY GAMBLE --with inexperience? 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