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TUESDAY, DECEMBER IV 1D8-I ^YTHE VILLKy(ARK) COURIER NEWS • Candy SwciKeat from Your Own Kitchen SHOP EARLY Only II More Chopping Days Until Christmas Fondant K ;\ versatile candy—il can be combined with fruits and mils lo provide nn immense variety / of diil'criiit swccls. ^ • 1IY MA11Y E,' IIAC.UE***""" NliA Scrviie Staff Writer 'flic holiday candy maker will i:cver believe until she's tried how n;any professional-looking and lasting candies she can make right in her own kitchen, lack of equipment and experience to lhe contrary, notwithstanding. • Witb double boiler, u wooden spoon, a smooth porcelain or aluminum .'Muice pan and a big plai- Ici- any one of us can work wonders. Even a thermometer, while desirable, is not absolutely necessary. Nor are fancy molds, trays, racks, marble slabs and dippers, though, of course, they help jusi that much. The one real necessity for the success of most kinds of candy is a bright clear day. The required temperature may bo artificially supplied by the ice-box, hut the atmosphere must, be dry. Do not iitlcnipt to make glnce nuts and fruits, especially, under other conditions. Sugars Mcisl Be Altered The problem buck of fudge or fondant—any cream candy, in fact —is chnngfii" ; n large part, of the cane sugar into another sugar composed of much smaller and finer crystals. This new sugar Ls known us "invert" sugar and Ls in reality part glucose. It gives that creamy-melting texture to the finished candy. One of tho tricks of the trade that insures sufficient, inversion is ishcd candy. over-healing. The melting will ta Fondant .should boU fast over a at least thirty minutes. Keep wa- high flame. 'Caramels require a tcr around chocolate lukewarm, slow, steady heat. Nougats start not over 110 degrees P. Thc slow and finish fast. A brittle chocolate should be about 80 dc- miist be cooked over a low fire, grces F. during thc dipping. which is lowered and finally extinguished before the syrup is removed from the pan. So many variations can be made from tlie general fondant formula Use Pound of Chocolate Don't try to work with less than one pound of chocolate because 11 is impossible to keep less al the proper temperature. 'that perhaps that's the best one i to begin wllhi Fort d;l tit Two cups granulated suyar, 2-3 cup boiling water, 1-8 teaspoon cream of tartar, few grains salt. Mix and sift sugar, salt, and cream of tartar into a smooth , ,, . , . . , since pan. Add water and stir un- f° l . llc cnoc . ol; > c « T 'U,' »«» left til well mixed. Cover pan and put, """?• 1>rcss , I 1 ," 0 ™ wlt ' lhc l "^ M over a low fire. Bring slowly to ""I" .Completely covered, then "" thc boiling point. Place a pan of cold water conveniently near the Shape all centers before beginning to dip. Place centers al left Inind with chocolate directly in front and wax paper covered trays at right. The dipping can bo done with " 5 r ' n S cl ' s 01 ' « foi'k, or a regular lL ";' plng , °" °™ M ' <! sldc of thc bolvl - D| '°P lne >.vm wiiLci Luiivfiui-iiuy nL'iir [lie i . . , ' pan of cooking syrup. Remove cov- ?° v f c , d , " nter °" lt ; c , I'^Pn"" cr and wipe off crystals as they ,^, V'?, r ' B " 1 ",?" '"' st y , 0 " r foiin. Boil uncovered until a soft , v " 1 """^l as llc chocolate hall Is formed when a few drops kr Vf yo " r ° eK l ° B ' VC lllc arc tested' in a saucer of cold wa- , i'i •°!' ''' , , ter. Thc candy thermometer should I c ^»™ r »'lBC, nougats, den spoon until crcamv. when jf "" <i '' rti , crcam ' 2 tablespoons '»H- stiff to stir turn onto" a large i'^ ' L ,± C "P S ="OPl)<!rt candied of cold water and let slanrfTmdT . , fl " ree clll!S S™««l'*t«( -.-sugar, 2 tnrbcd.until cold. Beat with a toMesporais com syrup, 1 1-4 cups woodei too sthi to stir turn onto a largi platter or marble slab and knead until soft. Put into bowl brushed ...u...^., .,.,*..b.^nu iu<v:iaiv>iL m wilh olive oil, cover with a. danip- ac.dina ucid lo lhe sugar mixture cned cloth and tin tight. Let, stand K . c 1>an - PllL ovcr ll tow fire and --lemon juice, vinegar or cream at least twenty-four hours before, »""™.f ,.?„..,.?_ th( ;. llollil '!»' Point flavoring flnrt shipping. riiils, few til-ops vanilla. Put sugar, corn syrup and cream into a smooth, round bottomed of tartar. Cream of Inrtav is Use. airiest to/.tisc since it docs .not vury in strength us do lemon juice "lid vinegar. Or gliicost: can be adcicd in the form of honey, corn syrup or mo- toscj to prevent graining. Too much acid or^lucoKO makes n mixture whicli become- 1 ; caramel or pull, candy and with longer (.•joking, brlltlc. Fudge Must lie Stirred Candles made wilh milk and cream are less sensitive lo physical inlluences (Iran those, done v.-i'.Ii water becaus:; the milk or c-remn helps to prevent crystaliza- lion in a physical way. H's necessary to stir Judge mixtures to prevent them from sticking to the i:r.n. but not fondants 01' taffy. Thc crystals winch form on thc •; ides of the p:m should be wiped off -with swabs of cheesecloth dipped in cold water as fast as they fcnn and not allowed to fall back into thc pan. i.ct u cram candy cool beioic '.:rel!iv;5. A'; long as there is heal ;:i thc syrup, stirring will cause evaporation. This in turn give;! a ccarsc\ grainy texture, to the fin- witliaut stirring. Increase heat slightly and stir almost constantly until candy is done. Add butter a few minutes before removing from flic lire. Fudge Ls done when n chocolate. There arc several brands !m ' t dro , ps lricc! '" !l ~ smm ° r cold iof.a special coating chocolate ' .'i .^P" " lcn " sh »r« a<«l can manufactured for this purpose. " c "' eketl »!' "»d rolled between Both sweet and bitter coating arc i ""Sera. A candy thermometer to be bad and if much dipping is! sllo " ld rc S'stcr 230 degrees P. Re- iplnnncd you will need both—sweet '""V 0 . s i'™P at once from Hie 'for covered nuts and fruits anil bitter or a mixture of both for sweet 'centers. | / HUH- lo Cont - Mow for the dipping, or coating hvilh chocolate. In the first place ycu must have thc right kind of and let cool in the pan in which It was cooked. When thoroughly cooled add vanilla and 'Stir with Ci'.reftil control of temperature'" W00(l1 -' 11 spoon until thick. Add of both the room in which the j >rc l K1 !' c<1 rr »its and stir until mis- clipping is done and the chocolate : ,"!? ls ' look i"S- Turn into a itself is of great importance. A But ' cre <l Pan and cut in squares. dry coo! room, with temperature at . G ' locolale fudge is made by us. about CO degree F. is necessary. 111E .. mVik '"steart of cream and Be bine no oilier cooking is going ,=' tllree s <]Uarcs of bitter un while dipping because escaping J™™ latc whc nthe syrup begins steam will make the chocolate Tllc fruils avc no'- used, gray and streaky. I altho "Sh nuts can be if liked. Break chocolate in small pieces ^"ouchi is made with brown ami put in top of double boiler. ' sllgar> no corn s >' r "P "»d 1 1-2 ! Melt "over warm water and beat c " p ; s popped mixed nuts instead frequently while heating. This in- .sures a smooth, even coaling, thick and ylo.ssy. Do" not put thc double boiler over the flamble be- rause there is too mticli danger of MH)V GEORGE SCARBO [UTHOJGH HE'S ONLY 15 YEARS OLD, COLIN TAPLEY'S 1 OuTSTANO- N& SCREEN ROLE TO DATE MA9 BEEN THAT OF A 65-Y5A&-QLD MAM, for Kiddies for Family for Her * * + Walnul-Ccdiir Chests Beautiful walnut finish Cedar Chests, single or double deck style... A gift that any woman will appreciate .'..AM moderately priced. HUBUAKD FURNITURE CO. Such gifts as compacts, watches, rings, necklaces, weekend bags, purses and other tufts can be found at Pat O'Biyanl, Jeweler LOVKLY GIFTS OP PPJR- MANENCI3. . .WATCHES, DIAMONDS, NOVELTIES, LEATHER GOODS, PEN AND PENCIL SE-J'S. . ,STERb 1 N O AND PLATED SILVERWARE. GUARD'S JEWELRY STORE + * + IP YOU WANT. TO GIVE SOMETHING REAL PERFECT Make it Daniel Green House SlipjKis for Her or for Him . BOOTERY Good Shoes and Hosiery ., BliHEN STit WA9 & YEARS OLD, ANNA s-reti SPENT i MONTHS IN A HOSPITAL DUE TO A FALL FROM /\ J £E, AND S'HH NEVER CL)M8£O AH- ru " ?£ UffTli. REC?Ulf2ED TO JMSTP/CTiifl£e of fruit. Black Walnut Caramels Two and one-half cups granulated sugar. 3-1 cup corn syrup, i 1-3 cups cream. >l tablespoons butter, 1-2 teaspoon cream of tartar. 1 cup black walnut meats, 1-2 teaspoon vanilla. Mix J cup sugar wilh cream of [ tartar and melt ovcr a low fire. iStir while melting. Add remaining sugar corn syrup nml i cup crcatn. You may think tllc mixture is ruined at this stage but thc lumps will cook out. Stir conftiinlly over a low fire. Bring ;o the boiling point and boil five minute.-;. Add butter and remaining cream and cook slowly until a f cw drops tric( | in cold water arc hard wiicu,pick- ed up ivltli fingers. The candy thermometer should register 21H degrees P. Remove from (ire and Jet cool a few minutes. Then add vanilla and nuts and turn into' 1 u-ell buttered pan and let xland 1 uljl firm. Turn out, upside <j owll on a board and cut wilh a butcher knife into even .squares. Wrap each square in oiled paper. Tomorrow's Menu BREAKFAST: Halves of grape fruit, ceroal, cream, scrambled, eggs with crisp bacon, reheated rolls mlltr, coffee. LUNCHEON: Cream of celery soup, croutons, Chinese cabbage in lime jeily. nut rolls, milk, ten. DINNER: Rabbit pic. mashed potatoes, creamed carrot*, endive amt pear salad willi Itarucfort clicctc dressing, date pudding, milk, coffee. Ha nil Started. OiiTil Hunt 5EWAHD, Als'Ska. I UP)—Discovery ol £0ld deposits in beach sand along Conk Inlet started prospector* searching [ or ihe mother loclc. tack from the .shore. Frank Cooper washed^ la ounces of gold out of the Kind, -ltd cmwford nntl John Kelly later found more of the glittering dust. . .. ..CAMEOUTA!iAcE& . KcaiJ Uwmer NEWS warn, LADIES LUATHKR JAOKb'l'S Zipper style, light or dark brown, $10. New Mead Clothing Co. * * '+ Dear S:in : We know lots of little girls and big ones who want a • permanent for Christinas. .How . atout it? MARGARET DEEN BEAUTY SHOPPE OIFIB SHE'LL ADORE Atomizers, .Perfume sets, Bridge Cards, Compact.';, Pangbum's Candies, Houtigant "and Coly's Perfume Sets, Healing Pads and other, acceptable gifts. HEM/5 + * .+ BEAUTY BRINGS HAPPINESS If you really want to make her happy this Clirislnms include in your sifts one of our permanent waves. GRACE ELANORE SHOPPE GIVESO.METH1NG PERSONAL Satin and Crepe Negligees... Velvet and Corduroy Robes... Corduroy and Crepe Pajamas ...Satin and Crepe Undies. THF, -FAMOUS Joe Ajjjjlcbaum * * + LOW-BOX WAFRE MAKER Bate soUlcn brown wufdr-j exactly to your taste. Ucat indicator tells when to l»ur toller. Patented r.xpansinn hinge allows bailer to ratae. Beautifully finished In chrwi- ium plate - - s.7.95. HUliBARD FIAKDWAttt; CO. SiLK HOSE, ALWAYS ACCICPTA8LK lipccinlly If ifs' ii,,, n l;w slicer-elcar Allen "A. . . ?.» to S1.U5. . . ul BO Ladies House Slippers at popular \irlccs. At the New York Storu FLOYD A. WHITE A fresh slock of JACOBS CANDIES PAKKHUHST CO. fresh rragiiuil FLOWEHS— the most appropriate gift. They never oircnd okl or young. Tclcginphcil anywhere. HEATON'S HOME OF FLOWERS Thc Gift, Supreme '1'be modern servant (hat banishes kitchen drudgery. .-.the new Hotpoint liaise with hl- spced Calrod units. ..sold on convenient terms, if desired. Severn! models to select, from. ARKANSAS-MISSOURI POWER CO. "At Your Service" Handbags for Auntie! Handbags for Mother! Hiindbag.s for lhe Little Womanl I.lltle evening delights too, In metals mid .'iequins, and brocades, tliat will brine lasting pleasure. Every feminine name on your list can bu rliecked with a smart. H.nidbag from thc ' ' NEW'YORK STORE ' for Him He .Needs Gloves and we liayc 11 largo .selection of Kidskins and Imitation pigskin at »8c, $1.40 and $1.08... Lined or Unlincd. J. G. PENNEY CO. * + Golf Clubs, Bags and Balls... Guns of every description... Exercising equipment of all kinds... Hunting clothes and Hcccssories. . .All Modcr 11 1 B 1 y Priced! 1IUHBARD HARtnVAHK CO. LOUNGING KOHES Black flat crepe with contrast' ins trims, StO. New Mead Clothing Co. PAT O'BRY/.NT. Jeweler, suggests bill folds, fountain pens, irencils, rings, fitted zipper sets, cigarette cases, lighters, watches, chains and bands. * + + Al Hayncs' Men's Shop can be found ylfts for the man from '^3c up. May we Miggcwl handkerchiefs, tics, pa- jamus, shirts, scarfs, lounging robes, hats, tells and buckles? Scs our stock before making your 'selection. I'UHK .SILK PAJAMAS All colois, plain mtxlcls $,>, Lounging styles 56.50. New Mead Clothing Co. * + * / for Him We Suggest A Pi|>c, Cigars. Khavini! Hut or Shadier l-'oinilain Pen. ' BELL'S PHARMACY A Comfortable: Chair for Odd! How he'd love a comfoilubtu clmlr nil Ills oini... You'll Hud all styles, sizes and prices in our complete stock. UUBJUARD 'ji'ORNl'l'UKB C'O. VISIT OUR TOYliAND Illg stock of new toys of all kinds nt PAliKltUriST'S TOYLAND NOW OI'UN iMolliei« and Fathers, as well as children will enjoy n visit to our complete Toy Department. J, 0. PENNEY CO. A COMPLETE TOY DEPARTMENT— for nil iiges. Em-y- lliliig miHlcralcly priced. ' OBERST STORE CO. \\v Have >VhU Tlicy.W»ntl Skates, Tricycles, ScoDlcrji, Bicycles, Coaster Wagons, Buddy Bikes, .52 Rifles' (Stevens, Hamtllon and Sprlnglleld), Pocket Knives, Flashlights. Watches, Hunting Knives, Buck Jonc. 1 ; Air Rifle. 1 * and. Scout Knives upd Axes, Including carrier. Burke Hardware Co. "We Sell lor Less" Visit our ioyltincl. Wo specinl- ia; In dolls nntl toys of all kinds. LOW PRICES, I. HOSENTHAL, INC. * * '.• TOYLAND IS -Ol'liN UoLs, Teddy Bears, Trucks, Popguns, Airplanes, Fire Engines, Tool ' Chests. Games, Chemical Sels, Puzzles, Play Houses. Doll Dishes, Sewing Self, Tricycles, Wugons, Doll Duggics, Tables and Chairs, Story Books, Christinas Candies and oilier Interesting Toys. BEN FRANKLIN STORU (Toylnnd 1 Door East) * * ' * * * * RKAHSTIO W.OWERS— cor- Ba«ce, vases mid i>6tl«d pliints. Cull 428- J, MRS. GEO. w. BAHIIAM SHOP EARLY I , You will bo pleased wltli our selection of Indies', men's, and children's clothing and gift, «oods, Rca- . amiibly priced, -. '. 1. ROaKNT.IIAL, . INC. A1TENT10N MEN I A snlnH cash payment will Rive your wife tlio perfect gltl— A HOME. Bep our llstlnge. Thomas Land Co. + .+ • * ' • '•'• THK JD1JAL Gift' A theatre Gown book for tho family or friends, |2.BO iiud fD, acod Any Timel/.. Ritz and Rpxy Theaters + *.- +' ' ' ; Ciytitnl ware—dishes — silver W»ro—lamps—to make |J)0 "Homo Beautiful," Pat O'BryaiU, Jeweler Amcticn's Finest Qfttl Kariwn Living Hoom Furniture . . . Made to cnduio throughout ' Uio «gC3...Suig!o pieces or complete suites. HUBBARD FURNITURE CO Have youi FURNITURE U|)- hohlcrcd &, repaired lor u perfect Chrlslmoji gift. SPECIAL - P1UOES. J. W. JENKINS & SON 110 S.li.;R,— Phone 130 SMOKERS CEDAR OIIESTB LAMPS LOUNGE CHAIRS TABLES SECRETAflYS. CHAIRS MAGAZINE RACKS HOOKERS CHILD'S ROCKERS UUGS TAYLOR TOTS DESKS MATTRESSES MIRRORS And. many other Items. CIIAllUIS S. ELEGTinc crs,' lieatlng puds, lumps, vac- ulalors, sweepers, wiilTlc Irons. ' POPULAR PRICES. WALPOLE ELECTRIO SHOP + . +.' + '' '.'i . Seu our luiiimuoili of Quality Cllfts, nnil most complete In Northeast Arkansas. ^''Everything you WfiiH." '-'.-' . GO. , . Household Fimiltmc Moderately Pi iced ' DEEP KNAP BLANKETS 70x80 Deep Knup DouSlo Blmi- ke.ts In n «ldo selection o^ .bcnulllul plaids. 60 per cent,. \\oa\ - - 44on i J. 0. ; PENNEY CO. ' . und Musical niitruiucnts PARKUUKST CO. , '*'•+••'+:.'• : ' \ Tllltll.l.ING Gin' —ono lluil will bring many hours of happiness and pleasure— n new DODGE, PLYMOUTH, or CHRYSLER . . . America's most beautiful curs. Barnelt Auto Sales Phone 888 HOIIRY! HUIIRY! Ilifjht now we have almost every kind of a Bicycle, Tricycle and Wagon, but v;c advise immediate selection as replacements arc hard to get this year. HUDBARD HARDWARE CO. * + * Kvi:ry Child Needs Otic ol course, it's the new I. 13. S. Study Lamp—"Belle, r light mcuns better sight"—Floor and Table Models. Buy From Your Dealer or ARKANSAS-MISSOURI POWKIl CO. "At Your Service" l-'Olt HOYS A.NO GtllLS Uicyir|f«. Wilsons, Ociks, Doll Cubb. Dolls, Toys of till kinds. KJrki/nJall's 5c & tte h'lurc Hieyclc Tirci. Horns, Saddles, Baskets, Handle Grips, Spokes, Wheels, nim.v. Brato p«rl.v, Ucpiilrlug. CARNEY'S H1IOP, 113 S. I'irst, Phone CIS. for Home HOLIDAY SPECIAL S7.50 GuUnrs: 55.85 PARKHUR3T CO. , Cut llower.s or blooming .plants Klvc Xrnas dicer, in tho honic. Placo yotir order early, HEATON'S HOME or' FLOWERS + t. + ALL SIZES Xmas Tree ON STANDS. Special prices. Place orders early. 212 w. Davis. Call 670-J. + * + Conslanl Enjoyment, for the entire family wilh Hutpoint Automatic Elcctriu Water Hcut- er In the home... let n.s give you Die dci«ll,v. ARKANSAS-MISSOURI POWER CO. "Al Your Service" Gifts of Permanence A WcsUilBllonse ELEOTRIO Range or RADI6 would be a licrfccl' gl/l. Walpolc Electric Shop + .*.'*. 'Uic perfect girt. Ono Hulo tinted in oU iu«t three 4x8 nor~ ' Belt's Art Sludio . *. + + Permanent wreaths for the cemetery. Remember departed loved ones ut Xmas. HEATON'S HOME OF FLOWERS Remember — Only Eleven more shopping days between noyv and Christmas. Only eleven more shop ping clays until Christmas,

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