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Blac Peas- anish e food news & cues The Grand Champion and First Place recipe in the vegetable O from the Quaker Test Kitchens category at the Black-Eyed Pea Jamboree Cook-Off was made by Mrs. Anita F. Shipp of Quinlan. The prize winning recipe is as follows: Blue Ribbon Pie BLACK-EYED PEAS--SPANISH STYLE I can (16 oz.) black-eyed peas 1 dozen tortillas % t. oregano % t. cominos (ground) '* lb. grated cheese 1 cup chopped onion On.third t. salt One-third t black pepper 1 can (10 oz.t hot dog sauce % c. shortening Soften tortillas two at a time in shortening. Stack and keep covered until ready to fill. Drain black-eyed peas and mash with for k; add oregano, cominos, salt, pepper, % pound cheese and cup chopped onion. Place three tablespoons of mixture on each tortilla and roll up and place in baking dish or pan. Pour on the hot dog sauce and top with remainder of onion and cheese. Place in oven at 300 degrees until cheese has melted. May be served with shredded let- tuce and tomato wedges. Panels tibi We want to show you how to put colorful, long-lasting paneling in your home for much less. Imagine such high style colors as Normandy Gray, Saxony Gold and Corsi- can Green. It's resistant to scratches, your life. Stop by soon and see our complete colorful selection of Wood-Grained Plywood Panels by Abitibi, available in 4' x 7" and "4' x 8' panels with color-coordinated " moldinas. scuffs, and stains. And it's so easy to keep clean. Just wip '  Ipl I11 1111 it with a damp cloth. jMI00II ID, Put a little color in McK00 Co. Malakoff, Texas Black-Eyed Pea Guaca-Jello Salad Mrs. Ted Thornton of Athens won first place in salad division of the Athens' Black.Eyed Pea Jamboree Cook-off and won a color television set for her effort. Mrs. Thornton also won the most unusual designed recipe with her Black-Eyed Pea Guaca-Jello Salad. The prize winning recipe is as follows: Bring to full boil in saucepan -- 3 cups salted water Add and cook gently 35 minutes -- One package frozen black- eyed peas, three slices bacon, two teaspoons pepper sauce and one small bottle green food color Remove bacon. Drain and marinate in -- Nine and three-quarter ounce jar India relish and two tablespoons jalapene relish Bring to full boil -- Two cups water Pour over -- One six-ounce package lime jello Stir until dissolved and add -- Two cups cold water Chill until partially set -- Reserve one cup to whip for garnish. Heat and drain -- One 20-ounce cun black-eyed peas, two tablespoons salad oil Add and mash -- Three avocados, peeled, diced and sprinkled with lemon juice Add and stir in --One-half cup finely chopped onion, one-half cup diced celery and drained pea and relish mixture Blend mixture into -- Cooled lime mello Pour into mold; chill until firm. Cut in squares or mounds and serve en crisp lettuce with cherry tomatoes, sliced or tmnato wedges: REDMAN !NDUSTRIES ... is on the GROW Athens and adding to its work force to Increase production and take care of building backlogs. We are now accepting applications and will train qualified people for the following positions: How often we've admired the blue-ribbon el, tries in a county fair baking contest! Fragrant breads . . . tempting cakes . . . and oh, tiose luscious pies! You can duplicate the old-time goodness of those prize winning pies witi this rocipe for Peaches 'n Cream Pie. Juicy fresh peaehes and rich cream combine with cinnamon and sugar for the toothsome filling. (Or frozen peaches can make this a year 'round treat.) Tender pastry made with enriched corn meal lends subtle crunchiness and flavor to tiffs premium quality, picture-pretty pie. PEACHES 'N CREAM PIE Makes 8 servings Pastry: cup enriched Corn meal cup sifted all-purpose flour  teaspoon salt cup shortening 4 to 5 tablespoons COLD water Filling: 2 cups fresh peach slices (four 10-oz. pkg. frozen slices, well drained) cup sugar % teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon cinnamon % cup all-purpose flour 1 cup whipping cream For pastry, heat oven to very hot (450F.). Sift together corn meal, flour and salt. Cut in shortening until mixture resembles coarse crumbs. Add water a tablespoon at a'time, tossing lightly with a fork. Form into ball; roll out on floured board or canvas to form 13-inch circle. Fit into 9-inch pie plate; trim; flute. Prick bottom and sides. Bake in preheated very hot oven (450F.) 10 minutes. Remove from oven. Lower oven temperature to (400F.). For filling, arrange peach slices in bottom of baked pastry shell. Thoroughly combine sugar, salt, cinnamon and flour. Add cream; pour over peach slices. Bake an additional 30 to 35 minutes or until brown and firm. Cool to lukewarm before serving. T-Dad Band Feature At Bridge The Trinidad High School Band is all ready for the new school year and football season, having had early practice ses- sions in getting ready for the Bridge Dedication held last Saturday. The band, under the direction of Mr. John Spencer, is 35 members strong, and promising good things for the year. Head Drum Majorette is Miss Pam Mallory. Miss Sharon Mc- Elroy is head majorette, with majorettes Pat Colvin, Vickie Moore, and Laurie Corbell. Flag Bearer is Miss Debbie Crad- dock. Miss Mallory reports the front line of the band had a good year at twirling camp in Kilgore, and hopes to show the fans some new routines during the upcom- ing football season. Wee TO FUN CIT L Page Six -- MALAKOFF NEWS -- Av ii i Milton Berle, the veteran showman, will Noah, when Richard Rodgers' new "Two by Two," is presented by the Dallas mer Musicals, Aug. 10-22 at the State Fair Hall. It is a musical treatment, in a humorous style, of the story of Noah, his the Ark, and The Flood. Airman King Orlando, Fla., Aug. 3--Navy Airman Roy S. King, husband of the former Miss Brenda N. McLain of Athens, waS ed, from recruit Naval Training Center, Fla.  ii!!i!il !!iii;;i ji . nd k Mobile Home Assemblers Carpenters Plumbers Electricians Metal Workers Final Finishers What Does Redman Industries Offer Its Employees? After 3 months, wages of $3. per hour plus ... Group Piece-rate Incentive program Group life and hospital insurance Seven paid holidays Educational assistance programs Pension plan Year-round air-conditioned working conditions inside modern new plant If you are willing to work hard for top wages and benefits, then "GO THE REDMAN ROUTE " with us by applying in person from 8:30 A.M. - 5 P.M. Monday thru Saturday. s.....p. REDMAN INDUSTRIES Sturgeon HIGHWAY 31 WEST ATHENS August 15 & Sun. ON CEDAR CREEK LAKE 3 MI. NO. 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