Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 17, 1937 · Page 5
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Friday, September 17,1937 HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS 5O Passes to the Saenger Theatre - - 5 Each We'ek Here are tho rules for the Food Page Contest. 1. Write out your favorite reccipe (based on economy and originality). 2. Clip out any advertisement appearing on Food Page. 3. Mail or leave receipes and the advertisement that you have clipped care Food Department, Hope Star. Look in next Friday's paper for winners of this weeks receipes. Winning Recipes Prune Whip 1 cup cooked prune pulp 2 egg whites beaten -stiff 3t sugar 1 t lemon juice. Bent egg whiles until stiff. Fold in sugar, prune P u 'l' ""d lemon juice. Plnce in un-grcascd muffin tins. Place muffin tins in large pan containing small amount of warm water. Bake slowly about thirty minutes. Serve with whip cronm. sprinkled with chopped nuts. MRS. EDWIN WARD Date Loaf Cuke Vi. cup flour Pinch salt 1 t baking powder '/a cup sugar '/•; t vunilla 1 cup chopped nuts 2 cups sliced dates 2 eggs Mix flour, salt and baking powder; use fingers to mix dates and nuls with flour. Beat eggs and add sugar gradually, add flavoring and stir in flour, dates and nut mixturg. Line pan with wax paper, spread batter. Bake in slow oven, tenrc with whipped HOPE STAR GUEST TICKET WINNERS Shows the tickets are good for NEXT WEEK —at the— SAENGER Sun-Mon-Tues. "Broadway Melody of 1938" WED ONLY Guest tickets NOT good for Wednesday's Anniversary Show. ""THUR-FRI Constance Bennett Cary Grant "TOPPER" cream. MISS CATHERINE HAMILTON Spice C'ako l'& cups sugar \2 cup shortening 1 cup sour milk 1 egg 2 1 *; cups flour 1 t soda Vi t salt Mi t baking powder 1 t cloves '/> t nutmeg 2 t cinnamon 1 t vanilla Cream sugar and shortening, mix in well beaten egg. S'ift flour and measure. Add all dry ingredients and sift together. Bake in layers or in a loaf. MRS. TOMMIE GIBSON Patmos, Arkansas. Oatmeal Cookies 2 cups flour Vs t salt 3. cups oatmeal 1 cup shortening 1 t soda V:i cup milk IVa cups sugar Sift flour and mix with oatmeal and salt. Cut in shortening with two knives until mealy; stir in sugar and soda dissolved in milk. Chill mixture for about 15 ininutgs. Roll out and cut. Bake in greased pans 10 to 12 minutes. MARY NELL CAMP Patmos, Arkansas Tropical Ginger Bread 1 can Baker's coconut (southern style) Vi cup butter V-; cup sugar 2 eggs li cup molasses 1 t soda I 1 ,-; cups flour Mi cup cold water 1 t ginger 1 t cinnamon V, t salt. Cream butter and sugar well; add two eggs un-beaten and beat all together. Combine soda and molasses and add to first mixture, alternating with cold water. Stir in coconut. Pour into a well grentod pan lined with oil paper. Bake in moderate oven, 325 degrees F. for 35 minutes. MRS. L. S. HELMS PAGE'S Phone 348—We Deliver STEAKS Young Tender Pound 15& BEEF ROAST—Pound 14%c COUNTRY PORK SAUSAGE—Pound 25c STEW M E A T—Pound lie FRESH SIDE PORK Pound PORK ROAST NICE LEAN Pound 20c DRESSED FISH, HENS and FRYERS Blue Ribbon Bread i i$ \iM9au art Cbtwtot flat Bf«sl Is tot 8e« «4Coasts? ftfttf **Httfc At Your Grocer and CITY BAKERY tions and place in a hot oven (400 degrees F.). After 15 minutes, reduce the temperature to 250 degrees and continue baking for one hour, or until the apples are tender. Great Britain imported cigars during 1935.. 22,898,480 It has been, estimated <hat diere j more than 70,000,000 maple-auga* I ducing trees on Canadian farms.' Of this number, 24,000,000 are custottWfiljf tapped. * Of the 7495 fox fur farms in Carutdi, 2408 are situated in the Quebec. Home-Planning Is Club Council Topic Hinton Is Hostess Club at Meeting Held in Patmos School Homg-made-homes was the keynote of the program of the Homo Demonstration Club Council which met Thursday at the Patmos school with the Tinton club as hostess club. Miss Bullington quoted Dean Gray of the College of Agriculture, University of Arkansas and said that all the individual farmers need to do is to use their intelligence, muscles, and artis. tic ability in bringing about what na_- ture had placed in this state free of charge for home making purposes, as stone, gravel, and timber. These materials when brought together and made into some kind of structure are wealth. Extension Service offers a house planning service which is available to any one who wants to make use of it, A playlgt given by members of the council portrayed a typical fanner's wife as a woman of no occupation but a doer of many. The housewife in her various roles was played as follows: Housekeeper—Mrs. Carroll Schoolcy Gardener—Miss Faye Samuels Cook—Miss Polly Rouse Milk maid—Mrs. Bill Schooley Laundress—Miss Alice Hayton Club woman—Miss Melva Bullington Business %voman—Mrs. O. B. Hodnctt Seamstress—Mrs. Lee Garland Nurse—Mrs. Carroll Schooley Poultry woman—Mrs. Lee Garland Mother—Mrs. Hamp Huett Grandmother—Mrs. Camp Voter—Miss Faye Samuel Spiritual teacher—Miss Polly Rouse The devotional was given by Mrs. R. E. Adams of the Hinton club. Mrs. W. E. Simmons of the Hinton club gave the welcome address with the response by Miss Faye Samuels. Mrs. O. B. Hodnett and Mrs. Vera Reeves gave interesting reports on the visit to Camp Pike at the state home demonstration camp. Mrs. Reeves showed us how to play three games using homemade equipment. Tlie county scrap book and the better homes rgport were exhibited. At the noon hour the meeting was climaxed by a visit to Hinton club house where delicious punch was served to the visitors from an improvised well in the yard. Miss Glyn Black told the story about how the club house was built. Mrs. John Gibson and Mrs. H. J. F. Garrett of Hope attended the council. The next meeting will be in connection with Achievement Day on November 12, 1937, in Hope. Sour Milk Cooking Modernized By MRS. GAYNOB MADDOX NEA Service Staff Writer Never fall in the soup, but by all means put soup in the fall menu. A pleasant autumn luncheon consists of a cream soup served with croutons, or toasted crackers, a salad and a simple dessert. Serve for formal dinners a clear soup. For a simple home dinner serve almost any type of soup and plan your dinner accordingly. If you start with a heavy soup, such as chowder or split pea, have a simple dinner. If your soup is clear soup or a noodle or vegetable soup, the dinner may be a bit more hearty. Orange Soup (4 to li servings) Two and one-half cups orange juice, 1 cup water, 'i tablespoons quick cooking tapioca, 1 teaspoon lemon juice, *•• cup sugar, pinch of salt. Boil water, add sugar and salt. To this add tapioca and cook until tapioca is clear. Add fruit juice, heat and remove from fire. Serve hot or cold. Crgoin of Watercress Soup (4 to 6 servings) Three stalks of celery, !a onion, 4 2 tablespoons flour, 2 tablespoons quick cooking tapioca. Wash, pare, and quarter pears. Sprinkle with lemon juice. Combine flour, granualted sugar, nutmeg and tapioca. Spread this on the bottom and sides of an unbaked pie shell. Com- ging the sour cream and brown sugar and dip each pear section in mixture and arrange in pie shell. After the pie ••hell is filled, pour the remaining sour cream mixture over the pear sections and place in a hot oven (400 degrees F.). After 15 minutgs, reduce temperature to 250 degrees F. and con. tinue baking for one hour, or until pears are tender. This sour cream pear pie may be served hot or cold. The amounts listed are sufficient to fill an 8% inch pie plan. Holland Apple Pie Eix or 8 apples, 1 cup sour cream, 1 cup brown sugar, ^ cup granualted sugar, 1 teaspoon cinnamon, 2 tablespoons flour, 1 tablgspoon quick cooking tapioca. Wash, pare, and quarter the apples. Combine the flour and tapioca and pat into the bottom and sides of an unbaked pie shell. Combine cream, sugars, and cinnamon. Dip each apple section in this cream mixture, then place in unbaked pastry shell. After pio shell is filled, pour the remaining cream mixture ovgr the apple sec- Rgady for the oven—a mouth-watering sight. Holland apple pie, smooth and rich and tart all at once. By MRS. GAYNOB MADDOX 'NEA Service Staff Writer Sour milk cooking may sound old- fashioned. But it's as modern as tomorrow's newspaper. During the past two years, sour milk has become^so papular in the large cities where gaod food is famous that claries now make it lor consumer usg and deliver it right along with the sweet milk for drinking. The dairy product may be no boiler than your own sour wilk, but it is usually more uniform and therefore easier to cook with. Com Meal Griddle £a-;<-s Ingredients 1 cup corn meal (white or yellow), \'z cup flour, Va teaspoon salt, Vi teaspoon sugar, 2 cups sour milk, 2 eggs, 1 tablespoon mglted butter, 1 teaspoon baking soda. Mix corn meal, flour and salt, then sift together. Beat eggs well, combine witli sour milk and melted butter. Combine liquid and dry mixture and slir well. Add soda dissolved in a little of Ihc sour milk. Drop on bol griddle by tablespoons. Brown on both sides, then let Nature take its course. Cour Cream Pear Pig Seven or 8 cooking pears, 1 teaspoon lemon juice, 1 cup thick sour tabelspoons butter, 1 bunch watercress, 2 tablespoons Flour, 3 cups chicken or veal stock, Va cup of heavy cream. Chop celery and onion very fine, saute in butter, cook about five minutes. Wiit.li watercress, chop and saute with celery and onion for five minutes .more. To this mixture add flour, stir well ami then add stock, stir until slightly Ihiek and cook slowly fur about one hour. Slrain through a fine sieve, add heavy cream which lia.s been healed and serve. Shicken Soup lie Luxe U to 6 servings) Three cup;, of chicken stock, 6 fresh tomatoes, 2 .stalks celery, V'l carrott. \\ onion, '.-; cup cooked rice, ',-> teaspoon salt, little pepper, 1 tablespoon butter. ',2 cup heavy cream. Skin tomatoes. Cut celery, onion and carrot very fine, saute in butter, add tomatoes ami sail teed mixture to chicken stuck and cook slowly for about one hour. Acid rice, salt ;int! h'j;;vy cream. Canadian Cheese Soup <•! to (i servings) Two cups chicken stock. ' i cup diced carrols. \4 cup diced celery, 2 cups milk, IB cup butter, Vj cup chop- ]jod onion. 'K cup Hour. 3. 4 tablespoon cornstarch. pinch soda, Va teaspoon suit, little pupriku, \± cup cheese, 1 tablespoon chopped parsley. Cook celery and carrots in slock. Satito unions in butter. Heat the milk ail.I flour and cornstarch which have been dissolved in cold milk. Stir until thick, add grated cheese and serve with chojjucd parsley. cream, 1 cup brown sugar, Vs cup Tomorrow's Menu Breakfast: Orange and grapefruit juice, creamed dried beef on toast, raisin bread toast, current jelly, coffee, milk. Luncheon: Parsley omelet, French bread, ginger pears, cookies tea, milk. Dinner: Iced cantaloupe, breast of lamb, browned potatoes, buttered peas, grapefruit salad, Holland apple pie, coffee, milk. granulated sugar, % teaspoon nutmeg, Highest Prices Paid —FOR- CHICKENS, EGGS, DUCKS and TURKEYS Also METAL JUNK T. P. Beard Poultry House Hope, Arkansas PARENTS Bring us your Children's School List of Tablets, Pencils, Rulers, Fountain Pens, Note Books and Crayons. 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