Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 21, 1937 · Page 5
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HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS EVER HAD Firm, Juicy Apples Best to Bake It's shape alone will not make an ar.ple a success For baking it must be firm, yet tender throughout, and it .should he bilked in » moderate oven <3M) t () :J75 degrees F.t for from 45 to fill minutes. Roth very smir apples which contain a Herat quantity of w.il rr iind mealy apples arc quickly reduced to pulp when cooked, and are therefore not .suitable for baking. Firm! juicy apple's ate brsl. And Ihrv should I have a touch of tartness, too. Home Heiiuly. Wini'sa).-, Yoik Imperial make good baking apples So-called "green- ings" arc best for pies and •..•nice. j Kven the i.lcl-fashioiied baked :ip-' pic can lake on a loucli of novelty. I 'II.e use of nuts and maple .syrup adds' to their flavor inleicst A|.|ilcs Baked in Maple Syrup Pan- six or eight apples to within j an inch of lhr> blossom end Core up- ' pies but do not break through bios-! Mini end. .'•land apples in a deep bilk-' ing dish, allowing a small s|vace between each apple. Fill cured portion of each api le with chopped |>ecan moats. Mix one cu| of male syrup and one and one-l.alf ens of water and two tablespoons of butter Pour mixture f.ver apple;:. Cover apples- and hake until utmost lender ii> n moderate oven ( M!iO degrees !•'. to :)7."i degrees K.I. lie- nic.vc rover dnriiu; last period of cooking. Baste apples occasionally during bdking. , Serve w|th whipped cream, if desired. A|iplc Macaroon Pudding (4 to 0 .servings) Two cups raw apples. 8 macaroon. 1 !. 1 lemon. u, orange, 2 egg whites, l>.f> cups sugar. :i i cup water. Heel and cut apples very fine. Roll the macaroons with a rolling pin. Save ''j cup of sugar for meringue. Place a layer of apples, then crumbs and sugar, lemon and orange juice and grated rind; continue until dish is full. Pour water over all Hake ,'i(] minutes in moderate oven (.'150 degrees F.I. Remove from oven and cover with meringue made from egg whites beaten Miff and sugar. Put in hot oven The direct way to a child's heart—even (hough he be quite a grown man—perfectly baked apples, basted with maple syruy and sluft> with pecan nuts. Blind Pensioner Claims Dukedom OAKLAND, Calif— Wl—George Hol- linby Bruce is 83, blind and on relief, but if right were might, he says, he would be the Duke of Portland and wealthy. Bruce asserts his grandfather was born of a romance between the fourth duke's eldest son and a 16-year-old farm girl. He declares that yenrs ago, when he was carrying on an active fight for the estate, he spurned a $250,000 offer of compromise. Wax candles are probably of Phoenician origin. The composite candle of today is made of sterin and paraffin. Ossan Durant Goodlett and Carl Loftin, of Mar-fa, Texas, have returned to Marfa, after a few days visit with Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Goodlett. Eugenia Goodlett, of El Dorado, has been visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Goodlett. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Stuart, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Stuart, and Mrs. Eugene Goodletl were shopping in Hope last week. Jack Goodlett, of Camp Alton, spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Goodlett. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Rogers, Mrs. Ploan Stribling and little daughter, Nancy Frank, and Mrs. Richard Jones, fill of Throekmorton, Texas, and Mrs. Richard Humphrey, of Dallas, Texas, have returned to their homes after a | when he proposed to the tonato Agri-s).art visit with Mr. and Mrs F P culture Committee his plan for ''neK-fittv. The ermm «,„« ;„ n,o« »^ Cromwell Is Talked as Jersey Senator Wealthy Author, World Traveler Is Mentioned for Post Hy NEA Service NEW YOHK-If James H. R. Cromwell is appointed U. S. senator from New Jersey, many a senator is apt to take one look and then fall back on the words of the Yankee who saw the (41)0 degrees F i ;,ml brown ouickly. Rirnffe ., , comme ntod, "There ain't Serve ho , . .,„ no seen animal! Apple Salad Fu) . |his js u , e slra , lge nppa rition (4 to I, servings. , , h<1 semltors wolllt | s( , c: Six .small eating apples. >., cup red, A , nfm WL , a | lr ,v in his own right cinnamon candies. 1 cup water. I lemon. I cup .sugar, ! 2 cup almonds. 1 "package cream cheese. I'eel and core apples. Make n syrup married to "the righest girl in the world" (Doris Duke.) A man who is a money reformer thoroughly at home with Father of sugar, water lemon juice and can- CoT.'fih]Tn,"Senator"Efmer' Thomas' and dies, rut apples in ami cook very slowly, Imstuj" constantly. When tender remove and chill thoroughly. Blanche the almonds and cut in half lengthwi.se. Hill apples on a bed of U'llucr, .slick almonds in like a porcupine and fill center with cream cheese ami ::erve -..:;'i half mayonnaise and half whipped cream. • —e» * r~ .- The lilac, native to eastern Europe and tcmperaU 1 Asia, was carried by :m colonists to northeast Amer- Representative Wright Patman. An amateur boxer good enough to Have your winter Suit dry clcnncd In our i modern plant—pressed by experts — delivered promptly. PHONE 385 HALL BROS. Cleaners & Hatters ve gone throe rounds 'on pretty even terms with Tommy Loughran. Author of two books and numerous pamphlets and articles demanding reform of. capitalism, and deploring that the American government isn't democratic enough. A world traveler who has arraigned the Russian system as a bitter hoax, who "loathes Fascism," and who thinks it would be a good idea to abolish the Constitution and the Supreme Court. Buxini'ss U|>s and Downs James Henry Roberts Cromwell is the son of Oliver Eaton Cromwell, whoso wife later became Mrs. Edward Slotesbury. wife of the Philadelphia banker and Morgan partner. Thus he is the son and stepson of two moneyed families. When the World war came, young Cromwell enlisted in the Navy, and later transferred to the Marines, attaining the rank of captain. After the war he entered the Orexcl banking firm in Philadelphi-i in which his step father was'interested. In 11)20 Cromwell married Delphine Dodge, daughter of Horace Dodge, motor-car multi-millionaire. Cromwell organized the Cromwell-Dodge com- l.any to finance auto purchases, and You know it pays! tt IPv s~\ • if ur. yuizzer Will pay small cash awards for the correct answers , , . and $10°° for the correct answer to his Major Question —on the screen— "MERRY- GO-ROUND 1938" 10—Stars—10 Read the Ads- It Will Pay! $CA.OO already VV paid out. COME—GET YOUR SHARE AT THE SAEN6ER when the Dodge interests were sold for 5160,000,000, the finance company hud already been a big success. Ills Project a "Bust" In 192G he launched his most alive interest." neg-jCitty. The group was in Ozan to i attend the funeral of W. H. Citty, Mrs. Robers' brother. E. Haselman, who has been in trie Julia Chtster hospital, at Hone, has returned to his home in Ozan. Many of the school children and a number of adults have been ill of flu and scolds for the past two weeks. There have been several cases of pneumonia in the community. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Stuart entertained a group of their friends with a pork supper last Saturday night. Those present wert: Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stuart. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Stuart, Nell Stuart, Irvin Monroe Stuart, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Robins, and Mr. and Mrs.. Eugene Goodlett, and Mary Naomi I Goodlett. Stanley Webster ruled in passing a Yugoslav' applicant. "If the gambling laws were enforced against our native born sons 1 imaging the population of Spokane would be somewhat reduced," the judge siid. The George Washington bridge", cori-> necting New York and New Jersey over the Hudson river, has a span of 3,500 feet 253 feet above water. Gambling Held No Bar to Citizenship SPOKANE, Wash.-(/P)-Eight arrests for gambling do not bar a man from American citizenship, U. S. Judge J. FREE! Your Full Name Oil-- Shenffcr or \,. E. Waterman Fountain Pens and Pencils. Prired from $2.5G to $15.00 Also Leather Goods. JOHN S. GIBSON Drug Company The Kexall Slote • Phone C3 Delivery James II. R. Cromwell bust, and so did the American-British company, wiping out most of Cromwell's own fortune and millions loaned by his family. In 1928 Cromwell and his wife were divorced. They have a daughter, Christine, now 14. It was then that Cromwell's education began, as he put it. He saw not only the crash of his personal fortunes, but the discharge of hundreds of lifetime employes of bankrupt enterprises. He wrote a book called' "The Voice of Young America," attacking current business methods and urging a better distribution of wealth. Cromwell went to the mat with the economic problem that was baffling everybody else, too. And he came up an inflationist and an enthusiast for public ownership of public utilities, unemployment insurance, modification of the government for greater democracy, and prohibition of tax-exempt securities. In "The Voice of Young America" he drew a strict line between the "privocracy." rich men whose wealth was based on privileges without ser- i ~\jf vice, and the "plutocracy," who made | gf their money rendering socially-valu- abe service, like Ford. Still a Reformer In 1935 he married Doris Duke, who already bad some 510,000,000, inherited another 10 or 20 recently when she became 25, and has 10 more coming from the estate of James B. Duke, the tobacco tycoon. They set forth on a THEiE/ CRANBERRIES Nice Fresh-Pound 15 APPLES Fancy Red Winesaps-Doz. ORANGES~ 4* Nice Size-Doz. 1ft 15 grandiose project, the development in I wcrld honeymoon tour. Florida of an "American Riviera" called Floranada. On 3600 acres of land, his American-British Improvement Corporation planned to build a city. His interest in monetary reform, however, i.s unabated, and with it the belief that it is the distributive system which has bogged down under But the boom in Florida land went i capitalism. Senatorial jaws droppec GREETINGS! Instead of saying it with flowers we are showing our appreciation of your continued patronage by our Quality Merchandise and Low Prices. FOR REAL XMAS TREAT BUY A Barrel of Kansas BEST FLOUR—Barrel $4*50 A Barrel of GILT EDGE FLOUR, bbl $c.oo A Pkg. of Shredded RALSTON 14c 12 ounce Package APPLES Fancy Red Delicious-Doz. 25 CELERY IQc Large Jumbo Stalk CARROTS Nice Bunch Colorado ONIONS Sweet Spanish Pound BANANAS Golden Yellow Pound Kiln Dried Pound Fresh Pound LETT Large Head Each GRAPEFRUIT MONARCH SWEET PEAS EXTRA SMALL No. 2 Can Each 25c BOSTON BROWN BREAD MONARCH Large Can 17e TOMATOEJUICE Campbell's V Cans ZOO COCOANUTS EXTRA LARGE Each So COFFEE THERE IS NO BETTER—Pound 32c A 2 Lb, Pk. Cello Seedless Raisins—2 Ib, pkg 18c A Carton of Mrs, Tuckers SHORTENING—4 Ib. Ct, 43c A SACK OF SUGAR 10 Pound Pure Cane 49c A Package of Shredded Cocoanut—Lb. 19c A Package of PRUNES 2 Pound Package lOc A Sack of Red Warrior M E A L—24 Pounds 39c A Pound of Feeders SPECIAL COFFEE—Lb. 17c A Package of Brown SUGAR—4 Lb, Pkg, 25c ALL KINDS OF FEEP Feeders Supply Co, The Hope Star Is Across the Street flfftP&M'i^^ BULK COCOANUT Long Thread—Lb. 25c Sunshine Cocktail CRACKERS 19c Box CHEESE Philadelphia CREAM 3 Pkgs, 25c NUCOA OLEO 19c FRYERS 27c Fancy Milk Fed—Lb. Ill Li n L Aunt Jemima 10 Pound 29c WHOLE HAMS 10 to 14 Lb. Ave. Pound 25ic PRICES GOOD FOR DECEMBER 22-23-24 COOP FED HENS SLICED BACON PORK SAUSAGE Royal GELATIN 11 FLAVORS Package DRESSED FRESH Pound DECKER'S TALL KORN Pound ARMOUR'S STAR Pound FRESH OYSTERS PINT SELECTS 33 GROCERY & MARKET Open LATE Wednesday Thursday and Friday NIGHTS

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