Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 8, 1937 · Page 5
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Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, October 8, 1937
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IVidaVjOctobe)' 8,1937 STAR, tQPlfi, AfcEAHSAS 5O Passes to the Saenger Theatre - - 5 Each Week ' Hero arc the rules for the Food Page Contest. 1. Write out your favorite roccipe (based on economy and originality). 2. Clip out any advertisement appearing on Food Pape. 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 Ice Bo.\ Rolls Mi cup sugar "i-j clip .ihorteninK .1 teaspoons table salt 1 FliMchmuii.s yeast cake 3 cups water 8 cups flour. Dissolve suRar, salt, shortening in 1 cup of hot water. In another cup dissolve yensl cuke in Vi cup of lukewarm wilier. To first mixture add IV^ cups cold water, before adding the dissolved yenst cake. Work in well, sifted flour and place in n greased pan and then put in ire box to rise. Miike out rolls us desired. This mixture will keep for n week or more. MRS. K. G. HAMILTON Com Souffle I cup cooked corn 1 cup medium white sauce 3 eggs 1 bell pepper u j cup united cheese. Add the beaten e«g yolks to white snuce, then the corn. Fold in i'KK white, i'ile in flreased casserole and top with Rr.'itcd cheese and finely cliapped pepper. Bake in moderate oven 40 minutes. MRS. FINLJIY WARD. Lemon Pudding ' 1 cup sugar 3 tablespoons flour 3 tablespoons lemon juice 1 tablespoon lemon rind 'a teaspoon salt 2 efijj yolks 2 egg whites 1 cup milk. Blend sugar, flour, lemon juice, rind, snlt, yolks and milk. Beat well, fold in stiffly beaten egg whites. Pour into glass backing dish and set in pan of hot water. Bake one hour in slow even. Cool and serve. Pudding will be like cake on top and thick snuce underneath. • MRS. JIM McKENZIE HOPE STAR GUEST TICKET WINNERS Shows the tickets ure good for NEXT WEEK —al Hie— SAENGER Sun-Mon-Tues. Ronald Colman —in- ''Lost Horizon" - Wednesday Only 2:30 mul at S p. m. "SHOW BOAT" Thursday-Friday Spencer Tracy & Louise Rainer "The Big City" Knro Nut I'll- 3 whole egfjs, well beaten '•> cup .sunnr ''i cup melted butter 1 cup Kfiru 1 teaspoon call Mix together ami add I cup pecan meats. Bake crust slightly, just enough to set. add mixture and bake 45 inin- ut.t'.s. MRS. II. C. WIIITWORTH Vi-nl ami Turk I'ie For the Filling—Cut ',-j pound each veal and pork in 2-inch cubes; brown in 2 tablespoons fat or oil. Acid l 1 -^ cups boiling water, ',••• teaspoon snlt, few grains popper, 1 bay leaf. Cover; cook until tender. Remove bay leuf Thicken gravy. Add 1 cup each cookcc carrot balls, jKitfito balls and liny r.niims. Pour into shallow casserole Cover with juistry lop, lattice Cushion. Fur the Pastry—Mix and sift 3 cups fluiir and 1'j tensp->on.s snlt. Cut in I 1 • cups shortening. Add enough cold water to hold in/jrcilk'tit.s together 'about 'a cii|/i. Chill. Roll thin: cut I-inch strips for lattice lopping. Hake pic in a hot oven (-150 degrees F. I 15 minutes. Serces 4. MRS. VV. T. Elder Route 1, Hope. Ark. When we eat a 5-ycnr-old oyster, we are eating "one in a million," since it is Hi tin nit oil that out of each million oyster CPUs, onyl one oyster survives to the fifth year. Seven Letters Are Awarded This Boy Quarterback Vernon Huffman Voted Most Valuable Player MHII.V iillilclc.s succeed in becoming Ihrw-letter-rnon (it collcKC, but few win ht'vt'ti Ifftturs as did (ho Inclinnn University star, Vcrnon Huffman. Not contiMit with being one of thu country's firaite&l possecs, kickers and cnvrier.s in footbiill, Hvtffinan was also a star basketball plnyer. As c-o-ciiplain of lln- 1. U. 193G-37 basketball tpmn he Ic'd them to n co- clianipion.sliip of the Big Ten. In 19M be was n.-nriecl on the All-Conference basketball team and was named guard mi the mythical All-Amnrican team. During (lie same year he was named (o many All-American football elevens and before his graduation was presented by the University with the Big Ten medal which is given annually to llio senior ranking the highest in athletic.'; and scholarship. Huffman was also presented by the University with the Dolfour award, iven annually to the outstanding ath- cle for the distinction he brought the University in basketball in 1935-36 and igiiin in 1936 for football. His most i-ccnt honor came when he wns voted m the College All-Star Lineup which net the professional Green Bay Pack- rs September 1. 1937. Huffman, voted the most valuable 3iR Ten player in 1936, likes a hot Quaker Oats breakfast with sugar md cream. Quaker Only contains an ibundance of Vitamin B for com- xilinj; nervousness, indigestion and ;v. Kir appetite — a fact which is very important to athletes like Huffman. Insects arc the most serious threat In man't supremacy on earth, yet not a single ?|>ocie grows to a length exceeding 18 inches. Caramel Is Carrot's Sweetie A pic that is golden in both taste ami ingredients. Carrot caramel l>ic is made with eggs, carrots and walnuts and is something new to talk about. By MRS. GAYNOR JVIADDOX NBA Service Staff Writer Carrots for health is not news, but carrots for a caramel pie is Sweet news. And it comes from California where they used to talk only about the climate. Curro( Cnmmel Pie (G to 8 servings) One and one-half cups carrot pulp or 5 medium size corcless carrots, 1 cup evaporated milk. % cup water, 2 eggs, Vi cup brown sugar firmly pack- ed, 1 cup chopped dates, % cup chopped walnuts, Mi teaspoon salt, 1 tablespoon mixed pastry shell. Wash, scrape and cut carrots. Cook until tender in boiling water to cover. Drain and force carrots through a sieve or ricer. Scald milk and water. Beat eggs only enough to mix. Gradually add scalded liquid. Then add sugar, spices, salt, carrot pulp, dates and walnuts. Pour into unbaked pastry shell. Bake in hot oven (450 degrees F.) 15 minutes. Reduce to moderate oven (350 degrees F.) and bake 30 minutes longer, or until a silver knife inserted In the center comes out clean. Cut when cold. Serve plain or with whipped cream. It may be the influence of Hollywood that makes carrots dress for dinner. And dinner, to the carrot family, consists of a lot more than pie. Salinas Carrot Casserole (6 to 8 servings) Two bunches carrots, 4 medium size potatoes, 1 onion, 2 cups medium white sauce, seasoning, grated Italian cheese for dusting top. Wash, scrape and cut carrots in Tomorrow's Menu Breakfast: Grapefruit, broiled mackerel, creamed potatoes, cornmeal muffinfs, coffee, milk. Luncheon: Tomato juice, Salinas carrot , casserole, baked apple, cookies, tea, milk. Dinner: Shepherd's pie, mashed polaloo cover, buttered beets, cole slaw, carrot caramel pie, coffee milk. rounds. Pare and cut potatoes in rounds. Make medium white sauce and season well. Place alternate layers of vegetables in a greased casserole dish starting with carrots and ending with carrots. Pour white sauce over casserole,' seasbn and dtist with cheese. Bake covered in moderate oven (350 degrees F.) one hour, remove cover and continue baking 15 minutes or until done. This will depend upon the depth of the casserole used. Carrot Salad Hollywood (4 to 6 servings) (For full meal luncheon or as after dinner salad.) Three-fourths cup grated carrots', Vi cup chopped celery/ % cup chopped pickle, 1 small can of whole kernel corn or corn niblets, 1 small can shrimp, 1 package of lemon gelatin, 1 tablespoon vinegar, Vfe teaspoon salt, Vfe head iceberg lettuce. Dissolve gelatin in two cups of hot liquid. Add vinegar and salt. Grate raw carrot on a coarse grater. •. Add balance of ingredients when belatin is slightly • thickened, fold mixture together. Place in refrigerator to set but do not freeze. Unmold salad by dipping mold into lukewarm water. Unmold on leaves of iceberg head lettuce. Garnish with dressing and serve with hot toast or bread. ft *$KI g» So They Say Res! stately, in the true sense of the word, never comes from security. Most of us need the spur of insecurity to make us do our best.— Pres. James L. McConaughy, Wesleyan University. Two obvious but entirely undeclared wars are in progress, notwithstanding that each of them violates every principle of public morals as well as numerous formal international engagements and treaties—Nicholas Murray Butler. I've written at least one play dur- ing the time I might have wasted shaving.—George Bernard Shaw. Any man who says he doesn't want to be president is not truthful.—JJtt* bert Hoover. Woman should never fall out Of love. It is only when she Is in lovfc that she is most feminine, most beautiful and most alive.—Dolores Del Rto, movie actress. Could fake It ARENA, Wis.—</P)—When Mrs. Gerald Richardson of Spring jjreen Went for an airplane ride, the pilot circled, over the farm of her father, William Roberts. When she looked down, her glasses fell off. Two months later her father found them, with only one lens broken. A campaign now underway to make highway signs uniform all over the country. ROBERTS GROCERY & MARKET West Third Street Home of Better Meats BABY BEEF ROAST— Pound BE E F T O N G U E— Pound CALF LIVE R— Pound PURE PORK SAUSAGE— Pound PORK CHOPS— Pound -...- Hnm«a Marlp HFAD CHEESE — 2 pounds MIXED SAUSAGE— Pound T-RONF and SIRLOIN STEAKS — Lb. TFNDFR BABY BEEF STEAKS — Lb. No. 2 ROUND STEAK— Lb .... ISc .... 15c .... 20c ... . 25c ._ 30c . 35c .... 15c 25c ... ISc ... 20c A Complete Line of Groceries Here tjifcy of the Ford Year Phone 34»—We Deliver STEAKS BEEF or PORK Pound LIVER Pound 15c BOLOGNA In Stick Pound 12c CHILI MEXICAN STYLE Pound 15c OYSTERS SELECTS, Pint 37c STANDARD, Pint 27c FRESH FISH R & G cars with money-back Guarantee included in sale! Many Cars In this Great Clearance bear the R & G emblem, which means checked at 3O vital points, to meet Ford Factory Specifications and sold with your Ford Dealer's WRITTEN GUARANTEE of 10O?« Satisfaction or TOO/* Refund. Your Ford Dealer's Entire Stock of USED CARS and TRUCKS Attractively Priced for Immediate Sale... Your choice of the most popular models of today's leading makes... Liberal Allowances... Easy Terms... ACT 10RD DIALERS usio ct See Today's Ford Dealer October Specials Below Blue Ribbon Bread At Your Grocer and GITY BAKERY 1932 CHEVROLET COUPE New paint job, good tires, motor in A-l condition. A real buy— 1936 V-8 TWO-DOOR SEDAN Looks like new. Good tires, upholstery clean. Equipped with good Radio. A real family car— MODEL "A" FOUR-DOOR SEDAN This car is in good condition and will make a good family car, or be a real value on the farm—only $10000 $225-00 $475-00 The Biggest Used Car Sale in Our History 106 Used Cars Sold Last Month Hope Auto Company sold 55 NEW FORDS LAST MONTH. Sales have been so heavy on the New Ford that our Used Car Lot is overflowing with good Used Cars that we have bought on trade-ins. A SAFE PLACE TO BUY YOUR USED CAR. ONLY Dealer in Hempstead County giving a R. G, Written 30- Day "Money Back" guarantee on Used Cars selling for over $295. Come in Today for Real Values See Our Large Stock of Used Cars HOPE AUTO COMPANY

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