Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon on May 2, 1936 · 14
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Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon · 14

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Five Star Fashions is REDSKIN RHYMES By R. Remlow Harris GUIDE of the STARS By LAURIE PRATT Maytime Is Season For "Things It's Fun To Do" In Recipes Kids Love Eisht Novelties Midt of Just What youngsters Enjoy -And Good for Them, Toot By VIRGINIA ROSS Horn Economics Editor MESQUITE MARY Little Indian girls are curious, Just like little white girls are. When they fall to mind their mothers. They most always get a scar. Once our little Mesqulte Mary Learned about the prickly pear, Full of little thorns and needles, Finer than a horned toad's hair. I - ' f 3 if.'-,-:. -. ! . 4S V" SUNDAY A very good day. Social and artistic matters are favored. Lucky for hunchea Monday The morning la excellent; push everything. You may recajva a real financial opportunity today. The afternoon la adverse for domestic affairs and . group activities Tuesday A difficult day, full of obstacles and sudden upsets. What you do today la likely to receive full publicity, so guard vour speech and actions. .Wednesday Fortunate in every way. Contact elders and authorities. Initiative and energy will bring you worth-while results. Thursday The morning favors iteady and concentratlve work, afternoon brings nervous tension and Indecision. Contracts and correspondence are under adverse vi-hraUons. Friday Start nothing new. Travel will bring disappointments Your judgment Is unreliable: 'void elders. Saturday Excellent before 8 a.m. Rest of day ordinarily good. Stimulating for love affairs and finances : extravagant tendenclea. 1' V-'t. X- . .-7 a Mama Mesqulte told her not to Touch those prickly, sticky things, But our Mary didn't mind her And her hand got full of stings Prickly pears are very pretty) And they're very good to eat. When you're careful in removing All the thorns to get the meat Why not learn from little Mary? Stay from things you should not touch; You will think the world is nicer, ' 'Cause it won't hurt you so much. STARTED out with my mind on gingerbread men, prompted of course by the spicy ginger cookie smell that fills the house, and the sight of two small boys nibbling on the somewhat deformed products of their small hands. But suddenly my thoughts were sidetracked to mothers, what with the merry month of May holding both Mother's Day, aa well as National Child Health Week. when, naturally, our attention ia drawn to mothers and small boys and girls Oh. tt isn't the little knee you've rubbed In the wee small hours of the night or the skimping you've done to get Mary a new dance frock that makes small boys and girls grow tall and sophisticated remember you on Mother's Day! It's the little "foolish things it's fun to do." Here are some:. HOT DAWGS OE LUXE Parboil frankfurters or use canned. Split them and spread with prepared mustard. In each place a thin slice of dill pickle. Roll in bacon strips. Fasten with a toothpick. Broil or pan broil. Grand for outdoor meals. CORNED BEEF BUNS Brown thin slices of canned corned beef hash. Toast round soft rolls or bread. Place the browned hash between slices of rolls or bread. Put thin slice of white onion and a dot of mustard on hash. Delicious for picnics MERRY-GO-ROUND CAKE (for a post-circus party) Make a marble loaf cake. Cover with chocolate or butterscotch frosting Arrange stick candy poles on top with animal crackers, dressed up with weird spots of pink frosting, chocolate stripes, vegetable coloring eyes and such, leaning up against the poles which support a tent top cut of white wrapping paper. To turn this into a birthday cake place candles in gum drops hollowed out for candle holders, placed around the outside of the cake like so' many street lights FROSTED CHOCOLATE MARBLE CAKE Cream together: and dark mixture. Bake in a moderate oven (350 degrees! at least one hour. When cool spread with chocolate frosting YUM YUM 'SANDWICHES Blend one can deviled ham wltn cup grated pimento, cheese: two tablespoons chopped sweet pickle and one tablespoon boiled dressing. Spread on whole wheat bread. PRUNEWICH SANDWICH FILLING t Aa good for your bridge tea a for your youngsters lunch box. ( Combine 4 cup strained oi sieved prunes. 4 cup mashed sardines. 2 tablespoons chopped sweet pickle. 1 tablespoon mayonnaise, salt. Good on nut bread or whole wheat KABOBS Long sticks of green woua Tender beefsteak, cut I inc fjilrk . Spanish oninn Bacon Cut tender steak in 1-incft pieces. Thread them on the sticks (skewers at home), after dipping in salt, pepper and meat sauce, alternating with the peeled onion, sliced crosswise, and squares of lean bacon cut thicker than usual. Use 3 layers of each. Hold over glowing coals to cook, turning frequently till done. Fat with split long rolls spread well with mustard. These may be broiled In oven at home. 3AUTEED SANDWICHES 1 4-oa. jar fty cup) deviled ham Evaporated milk 1 cup evaporated milk 12 slices bread Buttei l egg Bread should be fresh. Remove crusts, slice and 'spread with butter and deviled ham that has been mixed with evaporated milk to make good spreading consistency Beat egg. add the 1 cup milk. Place sandwiches in a shallow pan and pour egg-milk mixture over them. Lift carefully to a hot well-buttered frying pan and bake both sides to a golden brown. Serve garnished with cress or parsley. Yield; 6 servings. Other fillings may be used. Menu of the Week By Joan Andrews ing bust measurements 32, 34, 36, 38. 40 and 42. Size 16 (34) requires just 4H yards of 30-Inch or 2 yards of 54-lnch fabric. Fabrlo: Sagnomor lightweight wool Jersey. Pattern No. H-3066 can be purchased for 25 cents. Please remit In coins or stamps (coins preferred), giving your name, address, pattern number and size. Mail your order to Five Star. Fashions, Suite 450. Mills Tower, San Francisco, California. Patterns are shipped by first-class mall. CHILDREN'8 PROSPECTS CHILDREN born the week of May 3, 1936, have the following life prospects,' according to Astrology: 8unday A charming, co-operative child with marked artistic tastes and talents. Marriage and partnerships bring opportunities. Monday This child will have unusual abilities to amass wealth. Fortunate In love and friendship. Tuesday A determined, aggressive nature; powerful emotions. Scientific research or surgery both offer suitable careers. Wednesdsy A public career; lots of luck. Strong Intuition. A clever, resourceful nature. Thursday Children bom this morning will do well In medicine or government employment Those born in the afternoon will travel constantly. University or educational work Is favored. Friday An Independent, outspoken and versatile child. Much steady determination below outward restlessness. A literary career. Saturday Many travels. Diplomatic; magnetic charm. An exceptional artistic career is IT 1SNT very often that we are fortunate enough to find a dessert that is s really thrilling climax to a meal and at the same time has the virtue of simplicity. But I found just such a dessert the other evening. It is Burgundy jelly. I built a Sunday dinner around this marvelous new recipe. Appetizer (Horseradish Holla Stuffed Egya Olve) 8 mothered Chicken Green Asparagus Rissoles New Potatoe Pickled Peaches Romaine with French Dressing Burgundy Jelly, Whipped Cream The Burgundy Jelly is made by . dissolving 1 package of lemon gelatin in 1 cup of hot water. When this is cool add 1 cup of Burgundy, or some other red wine. When it begins to thicken add 1 cup grapefruit sections, 1 cup pineapple tidbits. Chill. Serve in sherbet glasses topped with whipped cream and Maraschino cherries. For horseradish rolls, simply blend cream cheese and horseradish and spread on squares of chipped beef. Roll and chill. Smothered chicken is made by browning floured chicken in oil, then placing it in a casserole. Add 1 cup of water to the pan in which the chicken was fried, and pour this with 1 cup of cream into casserole. Cover and cook In moderate oven almost an hour. The rissoles new potatoes are made by boiling them until done, peeling them, placing them tn a pan with butter and salt, and baking them until brown. . Np. H-3066 LIGHTWEIGHT wool Jersey frock modeled by Joan Christy. Bllm and youthful, with the new high notched collar and short pleated sleeves, thle tailored nhlrt-walst frock la built for atyle aa well aa action and comfort. The square yoke tops two tucks at each side of the front-buttoned closing. These vertical tucks carry down the length of the dress to the knee, where they open Into action pleats. The open V collar is tailored, but easy to wear, and Is accented . by the row of ball buttons that run down to the waistline. The model pictured Is of lightweight wool jersey In this year's fashionable dusty pink shade with black buttons and belt buckle adding a gay color accent. The summer Jersey takes easily to tailoring and la a good choice for utility wear throughout the coming season, as it resists wrinkling and keeps Its original lines with very little care. Send for Five Star Fashion No. H-3066. designed for slr.es 14, 16, 18, 20, 40 and 42. Correspond Five Star Fashions Suite 450. Mills Tower. San Francisco, Calif. Enclose 25 cents in coins or stamps for Pattern No Size Name Address (Wrap coins securely In paper) Spring Pattern Book Is now available at 15c esch, or If bought In combination with Pattern, 35c for the Pattern and Book. ECZEMA Mao called TatUr, Salt Rhaum, Prurllua. MllkCru.t,Wat.rPoUon,W.pln,Skin,atc. rDETTRIAI Drat mlwt ill Don triveii,,. r ACL 1 IVIrtL Try weak l (rat Ml of mild, aaothina, gwsnteeit treatment, which for 311 yrar? bat hern mvinjf Kctema autlrrert their "Flflt Rail NIW'Ra.',nttoily aputalwilldo Addm DR. CANNADAV Ealaim Spacluiat MS Park Squar. SEOALIA, MO. Cooks Kitchen Tours Conducted by Virginia Ross cup buffer, margarine or shortening 2 cups sugar teaspoon salt Add 1 teaspoon vanilla Sift together 3 cups sifted cake flour 5 teaspoons baking powder. Add to creamed mixture alternately with cup sweet milk. Beat after each addition until smooth. Beat until stiff six egg whites. Fold in quickly and thoroughly. Divide batter into three parts. To 4 cup ground chocolate add three tablespoons boiling water. Stir well. Cool slightly. Add to one part of cake batter. Second portion add a bit of red coloring. Put three batters by tablespoons into a greased 10-inch tube pan, alternating light DATE TAPIOCA POUR tapioca cream over dates stuffed with peanut butter; garnish with more dates. Fold toasted chopped almonds Into the cream and put a cooked apricot half on each serving. To partlfy tapioca cream, I fold whipped cream Into It and use sections of grapefruit and orange as a BROKEN SLEEP Bid Dreams, Gnashing of Teeth Tbe art) common slum of Ptom.rb Korma, (till a menace to cltT and country children, cauilng loaf of weight, appetite or color. Irregular bowed. Tomltins, ltcb- Inc, etc. Laiatlvaa don't help vet Jarnc't Vermifuge. Children like tt. s mluloa sold. Iri .fJfl 1 Mill All cyal CLASSIFIED water in a clean bowl and beat the mayonnaise into it slowly. Berry stains in table linen are removed by pouring boiling water through the stain before washing with soapy water. Soot stains on carpet, if quickly covered thickly with dry salt, may be swept up without leaving stain or smear. For meringue! A pinch of baking powder added to meringue will help to keep it from falling. Reheating rolls: If rolls are orushed with small amount of water before being put In an oven to reheat, they will not become hard or form a thick crust on . top. PLAN your meal backwards. So often a hearty meal is made top heavy with a tempting but substantial dessert. How much better if such meals were planned backwards. When your dessert is to be tapioca cream (full -of the nourishment of egg and milk and tapioca) "go light" on the first part. Your family will be well satisfied, you'll have less work to do -nd your food bills will grow smaller, too! Vou can make a real French garbUre of your bean soup by adding a couple of cut-up "wieners" to the pot and a handful of . toast cubes to each portion when you ladle it out. When mayonnaise separates, try putting a tablespoon of cold YOU MAY FILMS DEVELOPED Rolls Developed "Stt sJntat Kalrimut m.l 1 .utwanifv. Sri rJt IVHi Ton rMi1. JV nm RAVI PHOTO SIHVUE. U Ctmm. tVitcorwn FORD V3 OR CASH For Its Ykars- tld ntf tn dot 4 Q T to Mtitftfd Mmn cutiomvft. TW. otlfllfUl If tTHlTMlMIt bTTT.UJ I I'll 11.1 P:iTTM7TTl Are you smart? Here's a puzzle that will test your wits. The Scrambled Letters below, when properly . re-arranged, will apell the name of a Famona Movie Star, - ProbbIy you know the. names ol mot ol tb Famotit Movie Stri, but juit j caiJ noi'j TALK UITII GOD tn rirah ,Mir memorv mention a few i.urru uarno, rrearic juarcn, jo.m I W 1 SIVII I ovwli tt, umut Crawford, Shirley Temple. Wallaca Betry, Clark liable. Jean Harlow, Dick Towell. Warner 11; and Kay Francis. I new fmrnitaTIIIPLS-k ftfl IV liam R. Meyer, his ashes were given. And there, aboard a liner that carries the same name as ah earlier vessel whose bridge he trod. Mariposa, will be performed the last rites that human hands can bestow. SEA-BOURNE TUCS have dropped their lines. The plank is down, Outward bound, there is today only the memory of a ship slipping softly through the Colden Gate, of a faint wisp of smoke fading on the blue hori-son, and of a man who knew so well those far horizons. The salute of triple whistles echoes softly and . . . the Wheels Roll On . . . IT IS N0T; FITTING that other words be now Injected here. 8The mood of solemn beauty ' comes too seldom, and so tonight I've ridden to the high hills over Berkeley and my gaze goes out beyond the Gate to where I know the ship rides on. The moon that oathes this landscape floods that ship; the sea that looms a dark shadow beneath the sky. out there mirrors a Joyous highway beckoning on. IN SPLENDID FAREWELL the cold north wind has swept clear the atmosphere. The cities, 1200 feet below, shimmer as prismatic Jewels merging into a unit and tied with the shifting lights of ferries. At Land's End a lighthouse blinks on. RESURRECTED from dim past files, someone's radio is softly alnging that haunting Island song: "Across the sea, an island calling me . . ." NEWS ITKM: . and it hiis been arranged that his ashes shall he scattered along the equator . .' " Occasionally there is played out along 'the sunlit or rain shrouded or fog misted docks of Pacific waterfronts a saga of the sea a story of high adventure, or pathos, or an extract of. human life that brings a softness to the eyes of those who witness its passing. SUCH A STORY has Just been written into the log of the Mariposa. The ashes of a dead Master are riding the serene decks bound on that last long voyage that leads to final rest. ' Along the calm waters of the equator, they will be scattered In the soa, to drift within warm waters where the high moon sifts its broken silver in tropic nights, and where sometimes the faint sound of distant, music wafts liquidity from coral Islets CAPT. WM. D. WATSON Is returning to the sea he loved so well His death In Alameda, California, a short time back touched deeply the hearts of those whose Ufe revolves about the'wa-terfront. Retired for many years, his name was nevertheless as familiar to those who guide great ships along Pacific lanes aa are the names of those who now follow the trails he blazed HIS LAST REQUEST was that hs be sent back to the Southern Seas. And so, honoring his memory, his executors arranged that his wishes he fulfilled, and into the hands of one of his best friends, Captain Wil ML Thee scranit.ird lettera will ipell the name ol a Famotit Mavte Star when ther are prorrtr re arranged. Start twitching the lefterl around; ace if you rni!:e tt wit. II vour arnwer is correct, vu will receive at once, A LAKE SUE PICTL HE OF TfllS FAS4QVS MOVIE St.iR FREE! - heiutilnlly colore.) and ui!at. lor (ranflng-and the onortunity to am a FORI) V- 5EUAS or the ch. It makea no difference where yon live, you can take part. 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Dr. Robinson has prepared a M0 word treatise on 'Tsvchijna," tn which he tells about his Ions search for the Truth, how he finally came to the -Stall realisation of an l iiseen Power or force "so dynamic in itself that all other powers and forces fade into insignificance beside it" how he learned to commune directly with the Living find, using this mighty, never-fading power to dem-' onstrate health, happiness and financial success, ami how any normal being may find and use it as Jesus did He is now offering this treatise free to every reader of this paper ho writes him If you want hi read this "highly interesting, revolutionary and fascinating story of the discovery of, a great Truth," just send your name and address to I'r. Krank B. Kobin-on,4S Fifth Stryt, Moscow, Idaho. It will be sent tree and postpaid without cost or obligation. W'nte the P.vlor today Copyr cV.t RtJ, Dr. Frank R. Robinson. Advertisement. END NO MONEY! 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