Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on June 6, 1930 · Page 19
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' f',* i. >H PARTY WHEELS to Put Variety In Social Events Let Visitors Help Shift the Scenery—Highly Original and Very Popular. By EDITH M. BAttBEn. The season for formal parties la | about over. Of course, there may be some for the late June bride, but any hostess who is entertaining for the bridal party, which has been feted for the usual number ot weeks before the wedding, will flnd herself very popular if she varies her party. 'When I use the word party I am (thinking of food, one of the first, things with which the hostess must concern herself if she is to make her party a success. If she is sure of this she will have the time, 'energy and interest to give her guests a good time. Have you been to a party where the hostess was so flurried and worried about the refreshments that It was contagious? The Simplest things served without apparent effort on the part of the hostess will be more, enjoyed by the guests than more elaborate food served with effort. Never let your guests see the wheels go round I I think I will tell you about a really original supper which was served not long ago by a elever hostess to twenty- four persons. She asked her guests for supper (not for dinner) at 7.30. Tables set for six were arranged In the living room and the dining room. They were lighted by many candles for a very good reason this time as well as for the lovely light which they Ktve, The reason was that all the floor Fplugs vJere In use and on each table was an electric waffle Iron and a coffee pot which she had commandeered from her friends to supplement her own. The coffee was In the pot ready to | start while the waffle Irons were heating and while the guests ate the first course of chilled melon. One guest was designated monitor of the coffee pot and another of the waffles. There was a pitcher of waffle battery ready to use when the Iron had been heated the right number of minutes. Platters of fried chicken, dishes of creamed potatoes and new peas were passed while the waffles were baking. There was a pitcher of brown cream gravy for the waffles and of sirup as well for those who must have It with waffles. After the pot of coffee was emptied It was refilled in the kitchen and a fresh supply made at the table. For the salad course still another guest was asked to mix and serve the salad with the materials needed on the tray in front of her (or him). There is often a man who is a real artist in this respect and of course proud of it. Dessert after such a meal should be/light as guests are certain to eat a larger amount than usual of food prepared at the table. It may be left out entirely; an ice, strawberry, raspberry or pineapple or some other fruit is a good choice. For the evening party when later refreshments are served a molded salad with savory sandwiches, olives, salted nuts, hot and cold beverages are always good. Another choice is creamed sweetbreads or chicken or fish served in patty cases. A stuffed tomato salad goes well with this. If you wish to make the supper a little more elaborate add potato croquettes and hot rolls, and a meringue with ice cream makes an attractive dessert. Fancy cakes or slices of fruit ca.ke can be served with this. Recipes unusual and highly in,riguing: iji'iimed Sweetbreads, Alntoii' 1 * and Mushroomii. 1 pair sweetbreads . 1 tablespoon salt j 1 tablespoon vinegar | 3 ,4 cup almonds I % pound mushroom caps | 5 tablespoons butter I 3 tablespoons flour % cup scalded milk % cup mushroom stock 1-3 cup cream V'j teaspoon salt % teaspoon pepper j % teaspoon celery salt | Cook sweetbreads twenty ...inutes in boilinR water with salt and vinegar. Blanch the almonds and toast in oven until light brown and cut rather fine. o flatter ns i** butter j <#M» ifielt** *M feWf «BW* spoons flou* and wh*ti Bmtotfi Add SttJWly milk And nWihrtftrfh Stock, »«t- ring all the time. Bring to boiling point and keep hot over hot waiter, add sweetbreads, mushroom caps and cream. Just before serving add *alt, pepper, celery salt and almonds'. Pecan Pfttnley Potato Croquette*. 2 cups mashed potatoes 1 egg 2 tablespoon's parsley 1 teaspoon onion Juice 1 teaspoon 'salt < • % teaspoon nuthieg. 1 cup chopped pecans Combine ingredients, shape into croquettes, dip in flour, egg white and cracker crumbs. Cook in deep fat. lomAto Stuffed With Pineapple. Peel medium-sized tomatoes. Remove thin slices from the top of each and take out the seeds and some pulp. Sprinkle inside with salt, invert and let stand one-haft hour. Fill the tomatoes with fresh pineapple, cut in small cubes or shredded and nut meats, using two-thirds pineapple and one-third nut meats. Mix with mayonnaise dressing, garnish with mayonnaise and halves of nut meats. Serve on a bed of lettuce leaves. Tuna Newburg. 1 tablespoon butter 1 tablespoon flour l l /4, cups thin cream 1% tablespoons chopped green pepper 1 tablespoon grated onion 2 cups tuna fish 1 egg ly, tablespoons chopped pimento Melt butter", add flour and the cream gradually. Bring to boiling point. Add peppers, pimento, onion and tuna. Add egg slightly beaten and cook three it*. MOOS MM* »***. #lfty-gl*/percent of th'« l<«l litters feh In/Pennsylvania 'KSve b#en purebred and 04 Mr cent BaVe been sired by purebred l)dars. 1ft si* yaara no scrub litters have reached the ton goal at 6 month 1 * of age. PREVENTS SIMPLE 6OITR.E/ CORN is the one grain native to America. One of nature's most healthful cereals. To know how delicious it can be, just sit down to a bowl of crisp Kellogg's Corn Flakes with milk or cream! '• I CORN FLAKES if Great for thf UJdiet — taty to digeit GUARANTEED BY TEA PLANTER, CEYLON UPTONS TEA Call for ICED TEA «t the "19th Hole" No oth«r drink «o refraihet and Invigorate! at UPTON'S, the ideal "pick-up" drink. T*A mNCHANT >T LARGEST SALE IN THF WORLD Most any boy will forget his manners, when Lorna Doones are around . . . He kiiowa that a plateful has to be divided right away quick, or he's apt to be out his share! Says the Uneeda Boy, "Uneeda Bakers" LORNA DOONE SHORTBREAD People more than just like Lorna Doones. They love to munch these jolly little squares. Shortened almost to the crumbling point. Sweetened exactly right. Lorna Doone Shortbread is a Uneeda Bakers' masterpiece . . . and you'd have a hard time to find anything better than that. Sold in the package or the pound. . NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY "Unwda LUNCHEON LOAF Omofthe, Larger A&P With the other A & P Breads shown below, this fresh Luncheon Loaf has been made larger, yet sells at the same price as before. This means you get more fine bread for the same price. 24-OZ. LOAF lOc Grandmother's Bread u-os.Loaj 5c Grandmother's Bread 24-0*. Loaj 8c Dairy Maid Bread 24.Oz.Dbi.Loa/ lOc Sandwich Bread . . 24-os. Loaf lOc SPECIALLY PRICED IN ALL A&P STORES THIS WEEK Sultana Peanut Butter £, 19c White House Milk 3 wic™. 22c Crispo Fig Bars . . 2 u> 8 . 19c Shredded Wheat . . 2 p kg , 19c Post Toasties crisp . . 3 Pk gs . 22c Palmolive Soap ... 4 c a k es 25c FINE FOODS Noctar Orange Tekoe Tea % Lb> 17* Olives plaln 2 Pickles Sweet 2 Ja " Quaker Maid Baked Beans 3 £- 2 Sunnyfleld Sliced ' Bacon fc "• "* JIulkey's Iodine Salt pk(r ' Diced Red Beets 2 £;.« Diced Carrots 2 »° au ? Encore, Olive Oil Can 25^ A & I' i'ure Fruit preserves M -°'- J "25* Evttry Meal Apple Butter «£' 19<? Candy Bars 3 <or Borax *£? "•• 15* FRESH PRODUCE A wide and pleasing- variety of fruits and vegetables offered you at A & F Stores. They are <he finest products of • garden and orchard . . . . always fresh .... and low priced. Buy A ft F Produce today! California Standard Size 45 Cantaloupes 2 '* 21c Crisp Iceberg Lettuce 72>s 3 Heads 20c Juicy California Oranges 252 '° Doxen 45c Tender, New Green Beans 2 «»•• 25c 3 **•• 29c Each 15c Red, Sun-Ripened Tomatoes Juicy, Fine Flavored Pineapples Bing Cherries Lb - 39c Carolina Cucumbers 3 ^ 17c All Prices fiffetUv* la Stores In Altoona and Vicinity. VALUES Sugar 25 u>. s«* 1.29 Eight .O'clock Coffee u 25^ Kellogg'. All Bran 2 »"• 25£ Pnrnmali: Food ^•I'b- 23^ V^UvuillttiL Drink Can ^•«-**p Baking Powder DaTls Can 24* Domestic Sardines 4 Cans 25* Jello AI1 FIaTOM 3 Pkss - 25* Certo For Jams> JeUJes Btl ' 2T* Old Munich Malt Can 35* MEATS IN A&P MARKETS When you choose from these fine quality week-eiid specials, In yonr > nearest A & P Market, select also, one or two of the. delicious cold cats or Luncheon Meats offered at low prices. Pork Loin Roast «>.24c Chickens %±-». 37c Smoked Skinned Hams »-24c Lean, Sugar Cured Fancy Bacon n>. 24c Prime, Rolled Rib of Beef «.. 37c Roast or Chops Of Veal Tender . . lb. 27c Lean Center Cut Pork Chops ib. 33c Roast or Chops Of Lamb shoulder ib. 31c Steaks Cut From Pork Shoulder . lb. 24c Ring Bologna ». 24c National Biscuit Coppany Royal Lunch Biscuit J tbff . 18* National Biscuit Company Orange Drop Cakes Lb> ?3* Root Beer Extract m 23* Lemon Pie Filler Pk8 10* Large Prunes 2 Lbs 29* Navy Beans rtoh - 3 "- 25* Quaker Crackels 2 Pk88 25* Sauer Kraut 2 £•„ 25* A&P Grape Juice pt - THE GREAT ATLANTIC & PACIFIC

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