Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 23, 1937 · Page 4
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Hope, Arkansas
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Tuesday, November 23, 1937
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!*>>'' ftWVi.- , Ksk.' :y l' pit m STAR, Tuesday, November 28, IBfiM ^•^Bk ^fllfek BHBfl^. ^H^& BBI^^ H^HM ^fk MB MMM ___ ^flHR -^ J0 rOOP SPECmiS ifuifttume a Stalking the Quarry Emilie's KoktXfiat Tells the Tale e. Inc.)! Be' carelul," Mr, Turk! It's Thanksgiving time nnd the Dionni* quintuplets know it's open season,an gobblers. Marie is advancinj; deceptively, dish of food in. one hand, hatchet in. the other, while Cecile stands by doubtfully. That hntchct is papier macho. Captured — to Be Hugged "O-o-oh, what a pretty feather." snys Eniilic; ns she tries to pluck one out of tlic tail of the disgruntled gobbler which provided the quints with their flrst glimpse of n rcul. live turkey. Last year the five little girls saw only a cooked turkey and trimmings. This one. can't, gel away because he's tied, to a post. But be careful, Emilie, the rope's tit-omul your ankle and he might trip you up. Marie, Yvonne and Annette lavish sympathy on Mr. Tin key, who submits putiuiitiy :is uiinigh ho knew-that :• worse fate Ihan this is still to come. Of Iho live ftiils, Marie '.v:*« the most frivmlly tu tin- turkey, once trying lo kiss him. Bears Formally Named for Bowl California Will Represent • Pacific Coast New Year's Day LOS ANGELES-(/P)—An announcement as formal as it was unsurprising Sunday named California's undg/eated Qplden Bears, as the west's representa- •tiVes on the Rose Bow! gridiron New gear's, day.. •Dr. Hugh C. Willett of Southern California, president of the Pacific $»st Conference, made the solemn pronouncement at noon after checking „ early returns of the annual, poll conducted.'by conference members. ^iaicating that some of the members had" neglected to participate in the-vote,-probably, on the grounds that California^ undefeated march through thV< western ranks'spoke fpr-itself, Dr Willett said the ppll : was not complete, a-majority vote- was in- and Cali- tcrnia was "in" by a landslide, with no objections. Now comes a week or more of nationwide guessing over California's choice of an opponent. Graduate Manager Kenneth Priesley followed custom at Berkeley and kept quiet on that'. question. He intimated nothing would be decided until after the results of this week's games in which outstanding ptisbilitiss play. Three teams, Alabama, Pitt and Foi:d):am stand out at probable cein- didoter. with Dartmouth an added but seemingly forlorn hops. Of Die group. Alabama boasts the only undeefeated; untied lecorcl. But the Crimson Tide rr.ust dispose of Vanderbilt Thanksgiving Day. * . 1 .tUburgh, 1937 Rose Bowl champions, by virture of their victory over Washington, faces Duke, a tough assignment, this Saturday, and Fordham meets the outfit that sank its Rose Bowl hopes last year, New. York University. Pitt and the Rams played their third successive 0-0 tie last month, which is the only blot on their respective records. Dartmouth, undefeated but tied by New Threat Given on State Relief ! C o ngressman McClell a n I Quotes Veiled Hint ! From McDonald ! WASHINGTON — (Pf\ — Representative McClellun of Malvem, Ark., quoted Ed McDonald, regional director of the Social Security Board, Tuesday as saying the board expected Arkansas to maintain approved personnel standards among county welfare workers recently declared exempt from state civil service. The railroads of Germany carry more passengers than those of any other country in the world. Cornell several weeks ago, was rumored as not wanting a Rose Bowl bid. The Indians have finished their schedule. WHITE 16 oz. LOAF PRICES GOOD FOR WEDNESDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY BANANAS Pound 5c sEATMORE :CRANBERRIES—Lb. 17c CALIFORNIA C A R R O T S—Bunch 5c T E X A S O R A N G E S—Dozen 23c DELICIOUS APPLES—Extra Large Each 5c LETTUCE Head 5c NICE CRISP CELERY Stalk lOc YELLOW ONIONS 3..... lOc TEXAS Seedless GRAPEFRUIT 3 FO, lOc GREEN BEANS Pound 12c ENGLISH WALNUTS Pound 1C- ; Package IOC \ NEW CROP |ALMONDS I Pound OA* Package £||C j BRAZIL } NUTS IPound jPackage HOLIDAY SUGGESTIONS BULK Pound -fA- COCOANUT Package I3G HEINZ PUDDINGS Small PLUM, FIG and DATE Can 15c A&P PUMPKIN No - 2 L10c SANTA CLAUS CURRANTS Box lOc QUEEN ANN MINCE MEAT Box lOc ANN PAGE PRESERVES Assorted Flavors—Lb. Jar 21c A&P Small ENGLISH PEAS No. 2 Can 17c Thanksgiving, Time to Ignore Calories and High Food Prices Guaranteed FRESH EGGS Doz, 30c Eight O'Clock COFFEE Pound Package 19c ^|YIJ>IT QUR MARKET FOR CHOICE THANKSGIVING MEATSlM K. C. Choice Baby Beef ——* QTCAIf Loin, Round OC« S I EftR or T*Bone Lb. iOC IP ^F ^ * »*f* 9 ^BS^-f* 1 OYSTERS Louisiana SELECT Pint 33c HANS Picnic 4 to 6 Ib. Ave, ShankJiMift 19c ROAST STEAK SEVEN |g Pound IQC SEVEN •fl' Pound IQG PORK HAM ROAST po wd 27c PORK CHOPS 25c ROAST Lb 21c Shoulder TURKEYS CHOICE BEAOY FOR BOASTER Lb. 32c Mince Meat BQRPEN'S BULK Pound 19c Open Wednesday— -Closed All Day Thanksgiving The Alexandra Room Steamed Fig puddings await the blessing ot white brandied hard sauce—a perfectly suited companionship. Schrafft's, 'New York.) for a few minutes and then squeexed Thanksgiving Duy Menu Breakfast: Grapefruit juice, hupkwheat cakes, crisp bacon, ma'ple syrup, coffee, milk. Dinner: Clear beef bouillon, roast turkey, sausage stuffing, brown gravy, sweet potato puff nnd baked apple, Brussels sprouts with chestnuts, cranberry jelly, hearts of celery, endive and grapefruit salad, French dressing, individual steamed fig puddings, hard sauce, pumpkin pie with whipped cream and nuts, cider, nuts raisins, preserved gnger, coffee, milk. Supper: Cold sliced turkey, baking powder biscuits, cranberry jelly, plain marmalade, vegetable aalpd, pumpkin pie, American cheese, tea, cocoa. By MBS. GAYNOR MAPDOX NEA Service Staff Writer On Thursday, the. 25th of November, we'll take time out from fighting the High Cost of Living and have a feast | of thanksgiving because prices aren't ' any higher. They might have been, you know. So as we plan our Thanksgiving dinner, let's sing a song of plenty. I stopped in a ask Louis Cintrat, chef of a well known restaurant, what he had to say about cooking the turkey this /ear. "I'd select a 15- pound bird," he said, "and I'd roast it for 3 hours. During the first 2'Xj hours I'd keep the pan covered, but during the last half hour, then the pan would be uncovered so the bird could turn a delicious, crispy brown." Chef Cintrat's.Turkey Stuffing Two pounds bread, soaked in water A FINANCIAL PLAN for every man THE HAMILTON TRUST FUND prospectus available ORVILLE W. BRBINGER Hope, Ark. A Complete Line YanUcy's Old English Lavender Toiletries— Bond Street Perfume "XMAS SETS" See Our Window JOHN S. GIBSON Drug Company The Rexall Store Phone 63 Delivery Homecoming for Reddies Thursday Henderson State Entertains State Teachers at Arkadelphia Henderson State Teachers College Arkadelphia, will celebrate its annual homecoming on Thanksgiving Day when hundreds of former student* and friends of the college are expected to return for the day mid renew old acquaintances and friendships. A series of events- has been planned for the celebration. The climax of the activities will be reached in the afternoon of Thanksgiving day when the "Reddies" of Henderson State engage the "Bears" of Arkansas State Teachers College, Conway, in a football game on Haygood field. Following a precedent which was established many years ago in the college, the night before the Homecoming Day will be devoted to a big pep meeting, which will be held in the Henderson auditorium. A parade is scheduled for Thanksgiving morning, and the annual Victory Banquet will be held in the college dining hall following the game. A dance is scheduled lo conclude the activities of the celebration. fairly dry, I finely chopped onion, 1 pound pork sausage meat, pinch sage, pinch thyme, 1 teaspoon salt, pinch pepper, 1 "tablesoon chooped parsley, 2 whole eggs, ',i cup cream. Mix all ingredients together and stuff the noble bird lightly. Having settled the turkey problem, I visited the menu department of< another restaurant where they pride themselves on the finest of American cooking. They gave me their secrets for three of their best Thanksgiving dishes. Here they are. Swi'el Potato Puff on Baked Apple (6 servings) Six firm baking apples, 1 quart mashed sweet potatoes, % cup hot milk, 2 tablespoons butter, Ib toasted salted almonds, salt and pepper. Cut apples in half crosswise, core and bake as for baked apples. To freshly cooked rnashed sweet potatoes, adc} rnjlk and butter. Season qnd beat vigorously until fluffy and not very Place your orders now for PI ES^CAKES—ROLLS Blue Ribbon Bread Al Your Groqer and CITY BAKERY dry. Put a rosette of mashed sweet I potatoes on each apple half, using pastry bag or star tube. Be careful to leace J /i inch of apple showing around edge. Baste potato with juice from apples left in pan. To glaze them slightly, replace pan of decorated apples in the oven under the broiler, browning very slightly. Remove, and decorate* each rosette with 3 toasted almonds. When serving on dinner plate, decorate each will) .sprightly bit of parsley. Brussels Sprout* With Chestnuts (B servings) One cup boiled French chestnuts, 4 cups brussels sprouts, boiled, then sauleed in butter, 4 tablespoons butter, 4 tablespoons flour, salt and pepper, 1 cup milk, paprika to taste. Cover shelled chestnuts with boiling salted water. Boil gently for 15 minutes or a little more. Melt butter in sauce pan, blend in flour, add milk gradually and season. Add chestnuts, cut in halves or thirds, and whole cooked and sauteed brussels sprouts. Sprinkle lightly with paprika. Serve in vegetable dish. Alexandra Room Steamed Fig Puddings (G servings) One and one-fourth pounds beef suet, '-i pound figs, finely chopped, j pounds bread crumbs, soaked in 2/3 cup milk, 1 cup vrown sugar, 2 eggs, tauten well, % teaspoon salt. Cream together the chopped suet and the figs, then add the bread crumbs soaked in milk, then the brown sugar fand salt and the beaten eggs. Butter individual custard cups and fill with the mixture. Steam 1V> hours. If you have no steamer, you Way substitute a large kettle into which a wire rack has been placed on which you may set the custard cups. Fill the bottom of the kettle with water, and place a cover on top. Keep the heat even, for the required time. Brimdled (lord Sauce One-third cup butter, creamed gradually with 1 cup brown sugar, and 3 tablespoons brandy, added bit by bit. Serve in large spoonfuls atop each serving of the fig pudding. Or pile in a lovely heap in the center of a large round service plate, as in the photograph, and arrange the individual fig puddings around it. To serve: Garnish each individual fig pudding with a glance cherry and if possible tiny leaves of angelica. If arranging several servings of the pudding on d large service plate, place halved glace cherries between the servings, for color contrast against the plate. Serve brandied hard sauce in « separate bowl with ladle, if desired. Rev. Bert Webb Is Kiwanis Speaker Pastor Appeals for United Thanks for Our Many Blessings With several nations of tho eorth waring with ench other and still others in the throes of dictatorship and bitter political strife, we as Americans should pause on this—the approach of Thanksgiving—and give thanks to Almighty God for all our blessings, tho Rev. Bert Webb told the Hope Kiwunis club at its luncheon meeting Tuesday noon, "Check up on yourself. See if you can't find something to be thankful for. As we approach Thanksgiving , we should remember the very first ' Thanksgiving when our forefathers j of the Eastern coast met for tho specific j purpose of expressing gratitude to God for the harvest that carried them through the winter and snved them from starvation. "Thanksgiving should' be a religious dny with us—a day that is in order for us to stop nnd give thanks to our Lord for life, liberty, health, all our personal belongings and for the priv- eledge of living in a free and independent nation. "We have churches on every corner —but we as Americans—are one of the most careless nations when it como.s to religion. Let's stop on Thanksgiving Day and express our thanks to Almighty God for the many things He has made possible," the Rev. Mr. Webb appealed. The civic club discussed plans to decorate the business section of town with brililant-colored lights for the Christmas buying season. It was decided that approximately §200 was needed lo replace bulbs and to install the lighting system across intersections of the downtown area. A committee will canvass merchants early next week for donations. The lighting system will be erected the latter part of next week with tho municipal plant furnishing electricity. The club voted to appeal through Die press for toys to bo distributed to under-privileged children at Christmas lime. Pel-sons having broken or old toys are asked to bring them to the fire station where they will be repainted and distributed at Christmas time. Joe Floyd was appointed progtL. chairman of tho club, replacing Mi Loe wh has moved from Hope Corpus Chrisli, Texas. The club voletl to return to Capital" hotel for weekly lunchcbon meetings* For the past several weeks the club has met in the cottage of First Chris« tian church. y> f INSURE NOW WHh ROY ANDERSON nnd Company Fire, Tornado, Accident Insurance JACK and SECK SHORT ORDERS Chill Mnc—Hot Pork Sandwiches 216 South Walnut COTTON OWNERS E. C. Brown Cotton Company which, firm lias served this community for thirty years lias been duly Bonded to hiuullc GOVERNMENT LOANS. limned lately upon receipt from you nt Oils office of the Warehouse receipts nnd samples, we will cla/w the cotton nnd have check available immcdlntcly. Information will lie gladly furnished u [Kin request. E. C. BROWN PHONE 210 GENERAL ELECTRIC Products Harry W. Shiver Plumbing-Electrical PHONE 259 RENT/ WANT-ADS PAGE'S /ONLY Phone 348—We Deliver DRESSED FANCY Pound DRESSED HENS And GEESE Pound 20c| OYSTERS SELECTS Pint 23c PORK ROAST Pound 19c SAUSAGE SMOKED Pound 25c BEEF ROAST Pound 14c STEW MEAT Pound 12c FRESH P A A ft COUNTRYtUUO

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