Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 21, 1937 · Page 4
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'PAlSfi MOPE STAR, HOPS, ARKANSAS Tuesday, December 21,1 By NBA Service At Christmas enough is not quite .enough. We need just a little bit more. So let's take up another batch of candy and cooky recipes and use them for making delightful gifts. In the old, almost forgotten Christ- around to wish them "froehliche Weih-; nachten." frfeffernuess (German Peppcrnuts) (Makes about 3 Quarts) One-quarter cup butter. Mi cup lard. 1 4 cup white sugnr, "i cup brown sugar. IH cup cold coffee. 6 cups flour. 2 teaspoons baking powder. Vi teaspoon cloves. Yt teaspoon black pepper, 'A teaspoon cinnamon, Vi teaspoon allspice, % teaspoon anise seeds. '4 cup chopped Brazil nuts. Cream shortenings and sugar. Add maple syrup and coffee. Sift flour, baking powder and spices together and add to liquid ingredients with nuts Treat Oysters Gently And They Reciprocate mas card Germany, in the land o{! and anise seeds, working the last por- By MRS. GAYNOR MADDOX NBA Service Staff Writer It used to be vary Victorian to eat oysters by gas light in grand and over"Holy Night," they used to show their| (ion of the flour in with the hands if decorated Oyster Palaces. Today, ev- Christmas good will by serving: necessary. Cover and let ripen over j ery housewife ki PeppernutS night in refrigerator. Pfeffernuess or German with fine wine when good friends came GENERAL ELECTRIC Products Harry W. Shiver Plumbing-Electrical PHONE 259 ery housewite knows as much about When ready to j the good taste of the fresh or frozen bake, roll dough into'long rolls, not I oyster as any gay belle of the "naughty more than % inch in diameter. Cut off! nineties." Belter try u few of these in short bits, place on ungreasecl cooky ! tor a special event or just for the sheet and bnke 5 to 1 minutes in a family dinner when something dif- moderately hot oven 1400 degrees F.». ferent is wanted. These may be kept for a month or more, thi» flavor improving with age, when kept irt a covered container. Nut Wafer* Two eggs, 1. cup "brown sugar, 3 tablespoons 'flour, Vt teaspoon baking pcwder, pinch salt, % pound walnuts. Beat egg* until light. Add sugar. Sift in flour, baking powder and salt together. Beat well. Add broken nut meats. Drop by spoonfuls on greased i baking sheet Bake in moderate oven (350 degrees F.) for about 10 minutes. Two cups sugar, % cup heavy cream. | You Can Find Bigger Stores But You \ Can't Find BIGGER VALUES i S § Special reduced prices throughout the entire store for your Xmas shopping. Bring us your list for the entire families Gifts. Don't fail to call for your radio tickets when you visit our store. MUlRHEAD'SSc to $1.00 STORE The Home Store—For Home Folks The main rule for cooking oysters reads something like this—Be Gentle anrl Be Brief. Oysters en Broi-lictte (serves G) One pint Bluepoint oysters, drained, 12 slices bacon, cut in quarters. Arrange each oyster between 2 pieces of bacon on toothpick. Place in pan. Sprinkle with salt and pepper. Broil ; ; bout 3 minutes; then turn and broil ether side about 15 minutes longer, or until bacon is crisp. Remove toothpicks. Serve on hot buttered toast. Sprinkle with lemon juice. Garnish with chopped parsley. Serve at once. Oyster Benedict Six thin slices boiled ham, 1 pint Bluepoint oysters, drained, 3 English muffins, halved and toasted, Hollandaise sauce, 12 strips pimento. Saute ham lightly in hot skillet. Re- Butter Creaw Candy 1 tablespoon corn syrup, 2>X> tablespoons butter, 1 teaspoon vanilla, 2 squares bitter chocolate, 1 5-cent bar milk chocolate. Mix sugar, cream and syrup in saucepan. Place over heat and stir until boiling point is reached. Continue to boil to soft bail stage. Remove saucepan from heat. Add butter and vanilla. When thoroughly cooled, beat until thick. Melt bitter chocolate and milk chocolqte over hot water. Make balls of first mixture and lay to dry on wax paper. Set in refrigerator until firm. Then dip in the chocolate mixture. Pretty grand eating right through the Christmas season. Women Admitted to Sailfish Club Woman Holds World Record for Atlantic 'Catch' of 71 Pounds Oysters Imlienne makes a delicious luncheon or supper dish. It Is made by combining Blucpoints, a rich sauce, curry powder and ric« in individual ^as^pi-nip*.- Prices Good for Wednesday, Thursday and Friday TWIST STICK CANDY 12 oz. Pkg. 15c DEL MAY Assorted CHOCOLATES 27c 55c 85c 1 Pound Box 3 Pound Box .. 5 Pound Box HOLLY MIX CANDY BAG lOc MARKET HAMS ARMOURS STAR Half or Whole Pound 25o OYSTERS Louisiana Select Pint 29c SAUSAGE PURE PORK Pound 21c PORK ROAST SHOULDER Pound 21c MINCE MEAT OLD TIME BULK Pound 15o CHEESE WISCONSIN Pound 23c TURKEYS-HENS CHOICE FRESH DRESSED HEINZ PUDDINGS Small 15c Large 34c IONA COCOA Lb. Can 2 Lb. Can 17c A&P Sliced PINEAPPLE No. I'/i Can No. 2 Can 19c A&P Tiny SIFTED PEAS No. 1 Can 12c 17c No. 2 Can PRODUCE SPECIALS Delicious APPLES 113 Size 30c Doz. 80 Size 42c Doz. California ORANGES 200 Size 25c Doz. 126 Size 4 For >-/ l*4\S 15c TEXAS GRAPEFRUIT For IOC EATMOR CRANBERRIES 2 Pounds 25c 2 Fresh Crisp CELERY Large Stalks 17c TEXAS CARROTS Large Bunch *j 5c 198 Size Doz. 12C Winesap APPLES 100 Size Doz. 25c RED POTATOES 10 pF T d! 19c A&P PUMPKIN No, 2'/ 2 Can lOc ENGLISH WALNUTS Lb. Pkg. A&P FRUIT COCKTAIL No. 1 15c Sparkle Gelatin Assorted DESSERT Flavors. Pkg. NUTLEY QLEQ Fine for Cooking Lb. Package Fre*h Selected EGGS—Quaranteed Do?. Pure Cane SUGAR 27c Cranberry SAUCE Lb, Cart 14c BULK Cocoanut Lb. Pkg. 19c "Primitive Area" Gets Approval G o v e rnment P u rchases 145,000 Acres for National Park ANACONDA, Mont. —(/P)— Another government "primitive area" of 14&.000 acres, near here, has been approved by the United States forest service. Unlike most national parks and forests, the "primitive" area will be unscarred by highways and inns. To enjoy the scenery and the fishing visitors must be hardy out-of-doors persons with good hiking feet. The only roads or buildings will be those necessary for administration and fire- control. Pack trails will be permitted, On the Great Divide It is a vast area of .snow-capped move ham from skillet. Sauto oysters in ham fat in skillet until edges begin to curl. Arrange 1 slice of ham and 4 oysters on each toasted muffin half. Cover with Hollandaise suace and garnish with pimento strips. Serves G. Oysters Indicnne (Serves 4) One pint Bluepoint oysters, 4 tablespoons butter, 1 cup oyster liquid and rich milk, IVfe tablespoons flour, dash of salt, dash of pepper, Vi teaspoon curry powder. Saute oysters very gently in 2 table- poons butter until edges begin to curl. Remove from fire. Drain, reserving liquor; add rich milk to make ! cup. Melt remaining 2 table-spoons autter in saucepan and. stir in flour nd seasonings. Add oyster liquor and milk gradually and cook over low lame until thickened, stirring constantly. Add oysters and heat thoroughly. Serve with boiled rice. peaks and high lakes extending 40 miles along the crest of the continental divide. Elevations range from 6.300 feet to 10,000 feet. Waters which rise in the area flow both to the Pacific and Atlantic oceans. Announcument that the region had been designated a primitive wilderness area svas received from Washington by Charles A. Joy of Butte, supervisor of the Deer Lodge National forest. Wild Life Plentiful The region is n fisherman's paradise, with dozens of lakes and many streams Few men, except forest service em- ployes and the hardiest mountaineers, ever have penetrated its depths. Wild life abounds and hundreds of elk spend their .summer grazing in the uplands. There also are Rocky Mountain goats, sheep, moose, black bear and deer. Beaver work n the streams and the patient traveler can see mink, otter, marten and fox. By NEA Service MIAMI BEACH—Nowadays when the alleged heod of the family goes lifter warriors of the deep, the little Woman occupies the other ehnir in the fishing crxdser, frequently and disgustedly saying: "If you hadn't lightened .up otv your drag so- fast, you'd have had htm." Charter boat captains at the Miami Beach fishing dock reveal that one- third of those who-go after salt water game from this port are women and thut the percentage gradually is increasing. . QualH"iea.tion for membership In the Miami Beach' SniUiah Club is landing u .sailfi.sh in the Gulf Stream off Miami Bench without assistance, and 2G of 85 new members admitted this fall are women. "Women fish better than half the men," says Captain W. W. (Popi Howard of the local charter boat fleet. "They pay attention to what you tell them." "I was mate on the Offspray when Mrs. Jerome Clark of Cincinnati landed her 505-pound blue marlin," asserts "Slim" Felt, now Howard's matt- aboard the Dawn, "and I've never seen a tougher fish handled prettier in my life. Mrs. Clark's was the third largest blue marlin ever caught by a woman. "The trouble with most men new to ocean fishing is that they go to work on .tlie fish as soon as he's hooked." recites Captain Howard. "They fight just as hard as the fish, and that's setting up the odds in favor of the fish. The angler is first to tire when working on big fellows. A little technique is better than a strong back. Women A RACKET You know, copper, the only kind of a policeman that's a good policeman is a dead one. You're all rats.—Paul Reeder, 18, Chicago, accused of murder. I don't know what it is—I happen never to have come across it before.— Dr. William Becbt, scientist, who failed to identify a strange fish found near Baltimore. Never again! The cast is prohibitive —Tommy Manville, New York city, married and divorced four times, who says he will never marry again. Everyone in the United States, except perhaps our State Department, knows that a state of war exists in China.—U. S. Senator Arthur Capper, Kansa.s. Our ranks arc now thinned down to the veterans who can take punishment.—Representative John Marlin, Colorado, after a five-hour congressional debate reduced attendance from 534 to 21. PAGE'S Phone 34&—We Deliver DRESSED Pound 23c GEESE YOUNG FAT—Pound 22c HENS FRESH DRESSED- -Pound 17c OYSTERS Fine For Dressing PINT 24c FRESH COUNTRY EGGS Dozen 32c PORK ROAST Pound BEEF ROAST Pound OLIVIA DeHAVILLAND pings a mean game of Ping Pong in her Hollywood patio. You'll see her next on the screen all in Technicolor in Warners' "Gold Is Where You Find It.',"' Maureen Kerns, lovely Miami Beach angler, proudly inspects 41-pound sailfish, which she cau?ht in Gulf Stream after 20-mlmite battle. seem to. pick* up the finessa faster." Women Employ Technique Same hpUls true in connection with the sailfish,' smaller than the nuirlin, but a more'spectacular fighter. "I remember u day when Captain Howard and I were out with Mr. ;uid Mrs. John Rutherford of Pittsburgh and Maryn Lu we fence," relates "Slim" Felt. "Mrs. Lawrence caught four sailfish in a row. On the last one she .said, Slim, help me with this one,' and 1 replied, 'lady, nobody whose already caught three sailfish needs any help.' And she'd never even seen one be- fore." Mrs. O. L. Schubert of Miami Beach, wife of Captain Schubert, who pilots a rushing cruiser, holds the women's record for Allison or yellow fin tuna with a I23 l »j-p i >iin(l fish taken in local waters in "l!).'l. r >. The men's Atlantic record, .set off Loni; Key. Fla.. in IBM by Thomas Snyder. is only il''-j |x>unils better. The highest amlierjack ever taken nn rod and reel was a !lf,-pounder caught in 1'JHi off Lonk Key by S. W. Ecc-lcs. The women'.s world record .set off Biinini. across the Gulf Stream from Miami Beach, stands at 80 pounds. Mure Ilrcnrd Catches Women's world record for Atlantic sailfish stands at 7t pounds, a record 'set in 11)28 by Mrs. John T. Dorrance in Florida waters. 'Die men's record tops this by :!;") pounds. W. A. Bonnell having landed a lll(!-|iouniler off Miami Beach in 1U2B. Mae Haine.s holds the women'.s kingfish record of fiK pounds, set in Florida in I'J.'tt. Mrs. George .Stevens, wife of a Miami Beach fishing captain, holds the world record for white marlin caught by either men or women with a ir>2-|;ounde.r landed in the Gulf Stream off this city two years ago. She captured the fish in '.M> minutes on .six thread line. light tackle in any Mrs. Michael Lerner of New York last spring landed a lilil-|x>und blue marlin in the Gulf Stream to set a new women's world record and came within 20 pounds of the world record for the species held by Tommy Shevlin. In tarpon fi.shi»g. ihe women's world record set by Mrs. W. Ashhy Jones in Florida in 1111") lacks but three pounds of the American record .set in I'.llll at Hahia Honda. Fla.. by N. W. George. Carrie Finn, who has fished from Miami Beach to New Xealand. in 1!I.'I2 (•might a X2.'!-p<iiind black marlin off Cape Brett, N. V*. Yes, sir. the ladies are sure going in for fishing in a big way There are limes down here when it looks like 'Ladies' Day' on the Atlantic. Time to Say Gmidiiiglit Dear F.d Can yon suggest a tactful way for a father hi Id hi.s daughter's boy fnend know il \', time to say goodnight'.' Dear I'ater Come downstairs in your pajamas and politely ask the boy friend lu step out on the porch and bring in the milk and the moriline, paper. If this doesn't .send him home, ask him how he picfeis hi.s toast and eggs. -*» • «fc- -- • -The republics of Bra/il. Haiti, and Mexico fnrinei ly were monarchies. Fleas? Why, No Sir, Monkeys Just Nervoiu I.OUI.SVir.t.K. Ky. --i/iv- So yo' thought monkeys IKK! fleas! You cm take tlir word (if Col. A. D. Diiwson wl.n has Iniiucd monkeys for yourf Iliiil tlu-y don't and all that seratchin they do is jnsl plain nei vousness. Kvt-n as tin' Colonel 'he's a Ken tnrky colonel! blasted the monkeys h.-ivl-fli'ii.f legend. ,lockc>. a white-face riimtail from the jungles cif Bra/il, sn hark on lii.s l.annehe.s and witli a slj tii-iii nil Ins wnnkli'd faee ealrnly did very thoroughly job of ser;ilrhing. "Klras won't slay on monkeys, OawMin continue^ "They can't stain tin' monkey.-; and furlhi'i more Ilio WDII'I i-jet on aii.vilnii)' tluil a inonke. hn.-i l.:md|ed." he adds eni|;hatii-ally. iThitt's it lip fci| dim-owners, sny l);,w.-.on. .InM re! a inniil'. lei play wit' tin.' fiiinil> iloc. and end lite flea men tier I "Monkeys'," he .my;;. ";>rr liki 1 cliil flrcn. Sonic are Mnai t and others ar slnpiil. AKo some are not physical! .'.troni.; enoii«h In do tricks." "Once a monkey learns ii trick." say Dawson. _"it never foi I> ( -|K. Yon en: teaeh it another (rick and come bac, t ( , II.c first iriic week- later, and il wtl remember il." Cage Ruling Dims His Hopes for 9th Lette IOWA rrrv <NI-:AI- Because h slands MX feet, i-iyht inches an jumped center on tl.e caije team hi? ye,ir. Floyd IVHeer of Iowa is fa losing hope of making nine m;ijor lG' ters as a Hawkeye iithlele. Dm 1 to 111 elimination of the center jump Ih ^-I'iiKon it isn't likriy thai Delfeer wl play enough to earn his mono^i 'I he ^ill-pounder isn't Ijnilt for th ne\v sly If of play. He also is weight man on the track sf|iiad, nil .1 tackle in football. The Ui-st in Motor Oils Gold Heal lOO';, Penn.. (|t 25c The New Sterling Oil, rit. 30c Tol-E-Tex Oil Co. Enst llrd, liarc -Gpcn Dny & Nito Representative JACK WITT Blue Ribbon Bread Place Your Order NOW for Your Christmas FRUITCAKES PASTRIES ROLLS At Your Grocer and CITY BAKERY Smooth Sailing For Holiday Travelers Glide over all paved roads in the new esl, smoothest riding buses on Arkan sns highways, l.oues Kurt's ami r'asl est Schedules. LOWEST RATES I 1 '! 0111 llo|)C To Iliil Springs j TevaiUaiia ,( I/alias 4.2 Ml lit- Korlt 2.2 I'lmiir Fur Ih.liilay Ituuml Trip Fares Call ARKANSAS MOTOR COACHES WEl'OT DIAMOND CAFE In Hotel Henry K

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