The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on January 18, 1961 · Page 8
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Women's World lagtnum ii>un Sect/on IT 'OL. 42, NO. 126 Wednesday, January 18, 1961 . ____ TIA» OUT AND t AVC SERVE WITH PRIDE /IDOLPHUS THE MODERN RICE ADOLPHUS RICE 'N CHOPS Main Dish •__ ^ __. ^j .._ i Serves 4 I cup unlocked Adolphus rice 4 pork chops I onion, diced Brown the pork chops on both sides. Trim, away any ••xccss fat from the chops irst.) "n a medium sized casscr- ili- dish, mix the Adolphus lice, onion and pepper. •lace the chops on top of •i mixture. Add enough ?- to the '.-j grfon pep- ',-.: green pepper, diced 1 can consomme per consomme to take two cups of liquid and add, with saft and pepper to taste, to the mixture. Cover with cas~,erole top or almuinum foil and bake in a hot (400°) oven for 30 minutes. Remove the chops and stir the Adolphus Rice mixture gently with a fork. Replace the chops. Continue baking, covered, for 30 minutes Kitchen Clippings- Unusual Cakes Boost Menu Moral This week's favorite recipes include two very unusual cake recipes contributed by Mrs. F. B. Waller and Mrs. George Knierim, a rice custard choice of Mrs. K. 1 tbsp. butler or margarine '•j tsp. riutmci; Boat eggs, Add milk, butter, sugar, vanilla, nutmeg, salt, cook- enns and r-jisins. ' cake recipe jCates. E. Chandler and a delicious cheese Pour into custard cup or layer given by Mrs. Joe | baking dish. Set in pan of hot : water and bake at 350 degrees. ! Mrs. Gates served the cheese [ Allow one hour for large baking cake at the recent A and M Moth-'dish and less for individual cookers Club dinner. It has a silken 1 ing cups. Cook until knife inserted texture. in center o£ custard comes out Mrs. Knierim, 134 Crow Road, j clean. Serve hot with lemon , I suggests her "mystery" cake for; sauce. Serves 6 to S, ia change from the usual. Mrs.' Waller, 105 Morrell, says she enjoys her cake as "something different, something festive." and 1 a perfect dessert for a sowing club CHKKSE CAKE .Mrs. Joe L. Catcs Crust: Melt I'.i sticks of butler or oleo with Vi cup of sugar and 1 tsp, cinnamon. Crush with rolling one box Zweiback pin I WATCH THIS SPACE FOR ADOtPHUS' UNUSUAL MENU MAKERS Try Sun Classified HICE CUSTARD Mrs. K. E. Chandler 2 cups cooked rice 2-whole eggs '/4 cup raisins V t cup chopped pecans y 4 cup chopped dates 3 tbsp. sugar !4 tsp. salt 2 cups milk 1 tsp. vanilla Valentine Special PBSCE OFF SELECTION OF ONE SPECIAL ONLY BLACK & WHITE 11x14 BLACK & WHITE REG. 7.°° REG. 10°° 50 8xlO BROWN TONE Ilxl4 BROWN TONE REG. r REG.11 00 SALE $ 3 SALE $ 5°° SALE $ 3 75 SALE *5 50 SALE $ 5°° SALE *6 50 8x10 COLORED REG. 10°° 11x14 COLORED REG.ir PHONE JU 2-7315 FOR RESERVATION CHADWICK STUDIO 106 W. DEFEE BAYTOWN or bridge club. Mrs. Chandler, 802 N. Circle, j onp boK Zweibaek and add to says her family enjoys this nee me i( OT i butter mixture. Press into custard filled with raisins, pecans two pie pans ^th small glass, land dates. Filling: S 8-oz. pkgs. cream cheese 1 ctip sugar 4 eirgs 1 tsp. vanilla Cream the cheese and sugar. Add eggs one at a time, beating after each addition. Add vanilla and beat until very creamy. Pour into crust. Cook 20 minutes or until done at 250 degrees. Topping: 'J Ibsp. flour J ])kg. frozen strawberries |/2 jar strawberry preserves Mix together in sauce pan flour, frozen strawberries and strawberry preserves. Cook, stirring constantly until mixture turns deep wine in color. After cheese cake has cooked and cooled, spread lopping on cake. Let cake stay in refrigerator at least 2 hours before serving. "Letting it remain in the refrigerator over night is even better, 1 ' advises Mrs. Gates. MYSTERY CAKE Mrs, George Knierim 1 cup sugar 3 nips flour 2 tbsp. bolter 1 fsp. soda Ralph Parrottas To Attend Dallas Meeting Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Parrotta, (There will be a round table discussion on the new liquor law at this time. The Goose Creek Country Club will be closed from Thursday / j tsp. each of cinnamon, cloves and nutmeg 1 can oi tomato soup pinch salt 1 cup nuts \\/i cups raisins Cream butter and sugar. Mix flour, spices, soda and salt together. Add raisins and nuts. Alternate flour mixture with 2 tb.sp. tomato soup at a time. Pour in greased loaf pan. Bake 30 minutes at 350 degrees. CREAM CHEESE ICING 1 pUg. cream cheese 1' 2 c»p pwvdered sugar vanilla Mix and spread WALDORF KED VELVET CAKE Mrs. F. B. Waller '.; cup oleomargarine l'/j cups sugar 2 eggs, unbeaten 3 oi. red food coloring 2 tbsp. cocoa 2'4 cups cake flour 1 tsp. salt 1 cup buttermilk 1 tsp. vanilla 1 tsp. soda 1 tsp. vinegar Preheat oven to 330 degrees. Cream oleo and sugar. Add eggs, one at a time, beating well alter each. Make a paste of the food coloring and cocoa and add to first mixture. Sift cake flour and salt, adding to mixture alternately with but- vanilla, soda and well. Bake thirty termilk. vinegar. Add Mix . minutes. Let cool in pan. Makes thr.-u.ch Jan. 26 to hnn<; drapes three 9 inch layers. Ice with 7 and for Interior painting. 'minute icing. managers of the Goose Creek Country Club, will leave by train Friday morning to attend ihe convention of the Lone Star Chapter of Club Managers in Dallas. The Parrottas are attending as guests of the country club. The couple will spend Friday at the Town Club in Ft. Worth as guests of the club manager. Pete Saccu. The convention will be held in the Marriotta Motor Hotel, new luxury mote? 1 in Dallas. The.meet- ings will include a number of seminars including finance of clubs and employment. Hosts for the three day will be three new clubs in Dallas area. The Lakewood Coun- : sional Women's Coub to have leg- try Club will be host for a Sun- j islation enacted which will give day brunch The group will have j women more' rights than now cocktails Sunday night at the exist under Texas laws. iNorthwood Country Club and will! As it is, a married woman can- s titutional amendments. If it pas- 'adjourn to the Columbian Club for:not manage, sell or give away: bom housos bv the rcqu j red j nanml secretary. I a dinner damv. ' separate property without the con- _ „ - d majol .f, V- it wil | then . Committees named by the . . _ . . .. ..41 . P 1 1. .. n U~ ...1 .-..^ r., tr invert *'*'•' >•' • ,1 . T ,-..->., ...-I A Tl'l- U f •IrtL- U li\/1Ci:il B&PW Resolution Approved By Highlands HD Members Highland's Home Demonstration [act of adultry alone or go into C!ub members re-approved the i business with her own funds with- event i movement which began two years | out her husband's signature or the; ago by the Business and Profes- j consent. The proposal which will go before the Strtte legislature will l)e one of the first proposed con- , Where And When- WEDNESDAY Cootiettes, Bay-Tex Bugs, 7:30 p.m. with .Mrs. Joe Bennett. 204 K. Republic. AAUW board meeting, 7:30 p.in. with Mrs. B. P. Kelley, :i02 Burnet Dr. THUIJSDAY Beauccants, 5 p.m. at Masonic Hall. Baytw.vn Grandmothers, 7:30 p.m. in Optimist Building. Craigmont Garden Club, 7:30 p.m. with Mrs. R. M. Carr, 5311 Crestmont. Reviewer Club. 9:30 a.m. in Community House lounge. Wooster Garden Club, 9 a.m.. with Mrs. Ed Nelson, 187 Bay-. shore Dr. SAm Houston PTA, 2:15 p.m.. in the school. Lamar PTA, 2:15 p.m. in the school. Thursday Forum, 7:30 p.m. with Mrs. -R. F. Adams, 215 W. Hunnicutt. Kappa Kappa Chapter, 7:30 p.m. with Mrs. Monte Young, 183 Bayshore Dr. FRIDAY Woman's Club, 3:30 p.m. with Mrs. T. L. Satterwhite, 12Z Forest. KJZT Will Have Dinner Thursday St. Agnes KJZT will meet at Baker's Cafeteria for a dinner at 6:30 p.m. Thursday. They will celebrate the feast of St. Agnes, their patron saint, with mass and corporate communion at 6 a.m. Saturday. The two events were planned at a recent meeting opened by the Rev. Denis Kennedy. New officers of the organization are Mrs. Joseph Gregory, president: Mrs. Olga Svrcek. vice president; Mrs. John Sivek, secretary; Mrs. Carl Koenig, treasurer; and Mrs. John Pane, fi- The educational meeting will be, sent of her husband or endorse. ^ prcse ntcd to the "people. A lot- , , . .1 *~»i .1 •»*..'.. i „ .-» nnn-i i c*i*nt'\ • r\/lt f» fn'»1' Pflttf*PT*?lS ' 1 .< .. i • .1 note that concerns womon ] e gj s la- i conducted at th.> Chnparral :>b. a promissory noie mai LIMU^-US ter - to thp 'a new club in the Southland Cen- separate property. She cannot get | tors ^ bg sent from Highlands ter overlooking the Dallas skyline, a divorce on the ground ot one C(ub supporl j n g the action. Tliis was a part of the discussion at the January club meeting. Programs on the agenda were copper tooling. Mrs. J. F. Wiggins gave the demonstration, in- 'Boyish Look' In Women's Fashions Claims Honors By PATRICIA GREEN Associated Press Fashion Writer FLORENCE. Italy (AP)—Controversial Roberto Capucci raised cluding the type of copper to use. how to apply the pattern and how , to work out details of the designs, of the Florence showings of spring i She told members that the Kef-' and summer fashions. Simonetta stuck to her 'boyish look" — rounded, parenthesis- tique finish was made by appli- cwition.s of a sulphur solution. Table covers trimmed with hand- a furor at the Italian fashion s haped sleeves, slightly arched at i loomed Belgian lace, cut - work j openings Tuesday night, but Si-i mp shoulders, that were engi-ilinen. stitches used in making [monetla took most of the bows j 11prr(K j on loose, sometimes bias- 1 Iviftonborc and hardanger rm- iwith an idea she carried ovei'' air coa t s an( j on rather high- 1 broideries were used by Mrs. from fall. -\vaistod swagger suits. " IMack Ford in .giving information With the Big Four of Roman! _.„ co iip r tjon brought unani- on tlloso CI ? fts couture- all showing fhcir new ' ._ fnnt Qiomnine annrovali ' rh(1 niakinu of needlepoint is collections, it was the biggest day i ™' The «..-':»"" >" l^e January goal agenda archcrf-!"^ FOREMOST dience oved p . the full, ICE CREAM -and a free Renault Dauphine! Fly by Pan American Jet Clipper® to the Riviera! Cruise the Mediterranean in a private yacht with your own captain and crew! Tour France like a millionaire, and have a final fling in Paris! Just complete the Jingle about Foremost's Cherry Cherie Ice Cream 1966 other Big Prizes-including fabulous Kelvinator Appliances 10 Fooderamas • 7 Upright Freezers • 7 Washers and 7 Dryers 7 Bel! & Howell Matched Movie Outfits and Philco Stereo High-Fidelity Consoles 46 Sets of Winfield True Porcelain China • 75 Sets of Dirilyte Flatware 300 LAVALIZE* Handbags • 1500 Shaeffer Pen Sets IET CONTEST RULES AND ENTRY BLANKS WHEREVER FOREMOST ICE CREAMS ARE SOLD SAVf FOREMOST STAR IONUS POINTS FOR VALUAIlt PREMIUMS. slecve coats and dandified, of-the-cenhii'.v suits, ail with round' 10 glass buttons that looked like giant marbles. Simonctta's long and short evening clothes had rounded necklines and arched sleeves cut short. There were both bright colors and black. Simonotta outshone her competitor husband. Fahiani. He. too. stuck to a theme of last season, wide, kimono sleeves on loose; coats. Some beautifully shaped; drosses — sleeveless, collaress. '• |and with a soft, flaring chemise: i lino — were under the coats. I Capucci came later in (he even-, ing. Buyers nnd press were sharp- ,ly divided over whether his i clothes were dreams or night-1 mares. But the audience liked j his dramatic evening clothes and! gave him nn ovation for effort. Capucci did 1930 costumes in murky colored crepes that dripped with bias cutting. Heads were banded, with tulle bows to complete the flashback look. Some bright ideas looked fresh. A new. parachute-like silk made billowing coats over matchinu dresses. Colors were yellow, mauve, shrimp pink, nnd mint crcen in polka dots. Sleeveless, i reversible coats in two-tone silks land cottons went over chemise i dresses. Beads that looked lik>- | big icily beans made buttons an<l j belts on drosses and edged suit (jackets. i After the fuss over Capucci. j Irene ilalit/ine's collection was ;mild but well executed. 1/vise coats had flange shoui- iders anil mandarin collars tir ' |st«xvl aw:iy from the neck. Bui- lions were'dispensed with, addin • ito the clean line. Galit/ine use.l !oyster white limr green, gerari!- • um pink and navy houndstwMli ! check w.vils. | Suits wen' collarless aim jhuttonlcss. with hip length jack- lets and sli'.:htl.v gathered skirts, hliere was a lo! of spongy light- i weight twe«'d. and for detailing. ! fringed cxk'iiv.; of (he fabric. Higbl on some one dresses, floor-length one side to show a -orkshop meeting; Tta«d.y her home on Newton Road. on the project at 1:30 p.m. All Hi and those interested to attend so that goal work and b prcs-1 ident are Mrs. Frank Kloesel. Mrs. A. J. Naiser. and Mrs. Winifred Wotipka, food; Mrs. Steve Kovalcik, Mrs. Arthur Babin and Mrs. George Zatopek, sick; Mrs. Lester Lord and Mrs. Jack Gay. membership; Mrs. R. M. Hanle, reporter: and Mrs. Lester Lord, junior directress. After closing, refreshments were served by Mrs. Joseph Kubica, Mrs. Josephine Buford and- Mrs. AnohMatysiak..,...,.. Names 'N Notes on g!ovc Mrs. Ausley Hosts Mrs. K. D. Ausley, hostess, served angel food cake, hot tea and j coffee when she entertained Mrs. J. B. Hance. Mrs. H. A. Barnwell, Mrs. G. R. Skinner, Mrs. C. N Adams, Mrs. C. McCasIand. each can finish! Mrs. W. P Mills Mrs. Marvin Belohpr an( j Mrs _ g. J. Hudson. monitors of the Pioneer 42 club of Highlands. begin ."•mhers invited reaf}y for )hp program which will be v.' bn but o:uth \mdorskirt. Lamar PTA To Meet Thursday j I.imar Parent Teacher Assix-i- j ati.m will meet at 2: IS p.m. Thurs| ( |:ty 'ii the seh xil auditorium for I a program "Time - How Is It !us*r- ' KeHv Martin of Stephen K. Austin will iv nie,iora'or. )5cfifshivcnt< w.l! Iv sone.i <!ur- CHATTERBOX! Mother's little "ma^ie" will chatter end sing from dawn 'til dusk in her pla\-lr>p of quaint black floral print b\ Vacbn. A separate berutfled petticoat accents the no/id \oke and flotirr*. F.rer-.w-tiny rickrock shirrp- 7v outlines the scalloped yoke. The jlou'er-adornttt fun- fhade unbuttons for flatpack. COIO»5: BlACK/liloc/Aquo llotk/CnM/Sun Y»llew SUES: 1 t« 3 yri. $.).98 Hot !• ma««h. $2,% Gray's BO-PEEP SHOP 217 W.TEXAS JU 2-2341 mm 411 Nor tli Cow w« ret SAVE UG BONUS STAMPS GET BEAUTIFUL GIFTS! SPECIALS JAN. 18-19-20-21 MARYLAND CLUB •• •• COFFEE . 55 NBC CHOCOLATE PINWHEELS HUNT'S CATSUP 45c FOR HUNT'S TOMATO SAUCE 12 m T McCORMICK'S SPAGHETTI SAUCE MIX 2. 45c AND GET 1 CAN OF TOMATO SAUCE FREE! VIENNA SAUSAGE 5 K OR ROYAL PUDDINGS 3 BOXES 20c BAMA Strawberry Pres. U J&. 4 *» T 20 GALLON gf Garbage Can 1 99 LIBBY'S WHOLE GREEN BEANS ALL GOOD OLEO :..:.: ..303 CAN 4™'! 00 ALCOA ALUMINUM FOIL 59c UNCLE WILLIAMS—300 CAN Pork & Beans 9 .* 1 $400 DEL MOXTE SPINACH .303 CAN * FOK 2/C O *^»« LIBBY'S GARDEN PEAS PATIO HF.K.r ENCHILADAS CA > 45c KKITO SPANISH RICE 4 CANS 9100 \VOKK BRAND CHILI • CA>- 55c NO. S C.AN LITE FLUFF OR OLSON BISCUITS CAN 7c ASSORTKD LUNCH MEAT LB 49c K \TIIS B«. \CKHA\VK Sl.K'KU BACON L FKESH PORK ROAST (Pirxir fLT) ............ LB. 2rC KRESU (PICNIC CLT) LB. PORK STEAK LB 39c FRESH OYSTERS ..»,O,«R 69c • FROZEN FOOD • MORTON'S BISCUITS PRO. 25c DANISH BAKER Butter or Coffee Cake EV. 69c TEXAS LETTUCE TANGERINES i. 9c AVOCADOS EACH 9c

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