Muskogee Times-Democrat from Muskogee, Oklahoma on February 13, 1957 · 7
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Muskogee Times-Democrat from Muskogee, Oklahoma · 7

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f T by Margaret Latrobe Those pies “just like Mother used to make”— were they really good or did they seem so because we had got used to the way she made them? And anyway we were alwaj s hungry so it w'ouldn’t have made any Terence There were some exceptional cooks among those mothers whose sons now remind the little woman that she does okay on LATROBE strudel but can’t touch the homemade soup like Mother used to make I'm inclined to think though that many a flabby pie crust and countless scorched items were idealized by children who learned to like whatever Mom fetched from her cookstove Cynics will tell you that young boys will be deprhed the pleasure of taunting future wies with mamma’s cooking It’ll be “Couldn’t we buy the same brand of frozen food that Mamipa used to buy?” Or— “Hey dear this cake mix isn’t the one we had at home!” I’m here to testify that there's individuality right in that store-boughten package and that where one super-fluffy cake emerged in the good olden times hundreds are being turned out this instant by little ladies who’d never make it otherwise I think fine cooking is like fine gardening There are them as can and them as never could the best day they ever saw My observation is that where one may be almost supernatural-ly gifted with a batch of dough she can’t cook meat any way but awful That where one lady has nimble fingers with watercress do-dads on sandwiches good solid mashed potatos leave her hysterical Where one female plants orchards picks peaches and can't wait to get them plopped into mason jars — preserves jelly conserve marmalade — another equally bright woman would sooner scrub floors than do battle with toast-toppings If certain quick-witted and kindly industrialists have made it easy for us to take up the slack in our cooking talents by providing mixes for dough-doubt-fuls — I say hurray It's a help If they assist us to better cuisines by doing for us those things which don’t come natcherlly or any other way — loud huzzahs from this quarter We may be rearing a generation of kids who will say “The old girl made a fine souffle — but couldn’t do apple pies for sour apples Didn’t put any sugar in ’em you know!” At least they got fed like it or lump it j Mrs Tuttle Hostess Today To Bridge Club Mrs A H Tuttle entertained members pf her bridge club Wednesday vvivm she was hostess at her home 703 South Terrace for a 1 o’clock dessert-bridge Members attending the courtesy included Mrs Flynn Ball Firs Maurice Bebb Mrs E A Edmondson Mrs George Leopold Mrs E B Maytubby Mrs George Shimoon Mrs Claude Sledd Sr and Miss Gertrude Davis SPECIAL PURCHASE D of WOMEN’S SHOES Famous Nationally Advertised Brands DRESS CASUALS FLATS WEDGES All Colors but not In Every Style Styles that can be worn now and into Spring SALE STARTS THURSDAY 9 AM SHARP For The Convenience Of The Working Personnel 417 WEST Heart Pizza Romantic AP Newsfeatures How about a pizza pie party for Valentine's Day? Not romantic you say? Just serve ’em and see how popular you become with the boys Your invitation and pizzas could be heart-shaped The pie is pretty gooey so it's a good idea to sene apron-bibs to your guests Make them out of wax paper or newspaper A quickly made type may be pinned to dress or jacket or you may roll string around the neckline fastening it with tape If you want to do the apron up chic make initials of colored tape and fasten to each apron giving them out when guests arrive Your pie may be one of the quick-mix kind topped with oil tomato sauce and ’mozarella cheese or perhaps you’d enjoy one of anchovies the anchovies being used to spell out “I Love You” One Appian Way pizza recipe involves a topping of shrimps and peppers Really delicious Pizza mix is easy to use no matter what the brand Get the oven good and hot preheating it Then add lukewarm water to yeast that comes with the pack- Personal Shoiuer t Held Sunday For Marj orie Johnson A pre-nuptial courtesy was extended Miss Marjorie Johnson Sunday afternoon when she was honoree for a personal shower Co-hostesses for the event were Mrs Wendell Dieman and Mrs David Dickson The' shower was held in the home of Mrs Dieman 1212 Summit where a Valentine motif prevailed in the decorations Centering the 'servng table was an arrangement of white chrysanthemums interspersed with miniature red hearts Approximately 25 close friends of the honoree attended the affair Miss Johnson is the bride-elect of Robert Yeakiey Her parents are Mr and Mrs Cecil Johnson 2014 South Cherokee and the parents of the bridegroom elect are Mr and Mrs Charles Yeakiey 1518 Callahan Their marriage will be an event of February 16 in the Bethany Presbyterian Church Mrs Robert Keidel Bridge Club Hostess Mrs Robert Keidel was hostess to members of her bridge club Wednesday when she entertained at her home 1115 South Terrace with a 1 o’clock dessert-bridge Special guest for the afternoon was Mrs Robert Coleman and regular members attending included Mrs Joe K Bass Mrs R Finley Basore Mrs J E Graves Mrs Garland Stevenson and Mrs Booker Pruden MEN'S COWBOY BOOTS 95 Up COUSINS FINE SHOE REPAIRING e Values to 1295 NOW $ BROADWAY Valentine Party Suggestion V s i r-Uu-ttihi 'yi LOVE THAT PIZZA PIE Make 'em heart-shaped for Valentine's Day age Mix flour and stir Dust your hands in flour before molding dough ‘Xing And Queen Of Sweethearts’ To Be Crowned At SS Class Party Mrs Fletcher Bishop and Isaac Ramage will be crowned “King and Queen of Sweethearts” during the Valentine party and dinner for the Adult III department of the First Baptist Church scheduled for Friday at the Church Decorations about the entertaining rooms will carry out the Valentine motif Receiving the guests will be Mrs George Collins Mrs Robert Richardson Robert Forrest Allen Wilkinson Harold Ivens Truett Sadler and R L Updike Name tags will be distributed by Mrs Paul Emanuel and O C Adams Girls of the Junior department under the direction of Mrs A A Biggs department superintendent will have charge of serving the dinner Reverend Felix Wagner assisted by Mrs Wagner will preside at the coronation ceremonies Members of the court will be Mrs Homer Lowe Mrs Robert Douglas Mrs I W Workman Earl Lyons Bob Easton and 1 W Workman Mark Short III and Come to your Plymouth dealer's challenging COMPARE “ALL 3” SHOWDOWN Feature-by -feature comparison of the low-price “3”! Make the pizza heart shaped for Valentine’s day Just cover a heart-shaped cardboard with tin foil on both sides Place dough in center of the heart spreading with fingers and kneading it slightly until foil is covered with dough about 1-4 inch thick Then place the pizza on a cookie sheet You can make the dough in advance cover it with wax paper and refrigerate It’s a good idea to make several more balls of dough than you think you’ll reed — pizzas go like hot cakes You can have the other fixings ready too so that all you have to do is cover your pie pan put the toppings on and put it in the oven Serve the pie op paper plates Use paper napkins and be prepared with plenty of them Pizzas are the most absolutely delicious food but they are drippy It may even be a good idea to put your party on a casual basis — not dungarees necessarily specify sweater or blouse and skirt for girls slacks and sports shirt or sweater for boys That way you won’t feel reponsible if tomato sauce and oil mess up the clothes Miss Winda Jean Thompson will be crown bearers During the evening Mark Short II accompanied by Mrs Arthur Stokes will lead group singing Also on the program will be Mrs Nolen Denton and daughters Suzanne and Carolyn: Miss Sharon Williams Miss Jan Woolverton Miss Betty Jean Perry Charles Perry Pat Perry and Miss Sally Baskin Wool Gatherers Club In Thursday Meeting Mrs Paul Bonicelli will entertain members of the Wool Gatherers Hook Rug Club from 10 am until 4 pm Thursday in her home at 717 South 30th Street The hostess will serve a noon luncheon to Mrs Rex Stone Mrs Arthur Brown Mrs E F Bleek-er Mrs George Dunn Mrs H E Graham Mrs F E Hammond Mrs J F Hudson Mrs E A Johnson Mrs Vern Lawson Mrs Howard McKay Jr Mrs S L Miller Mrs James Wood Mrs George Carkeek Mrs Monroe Wright and Mrs Jack Houston Now! Prove for yourself Plymouth is fully New Officers Of Pilot Club Are Elected At Meet During the Tuesday luncheon meeting of the Muskogee Pilot Club held in the Severs Hotel officers were elected to serve the organization during the ensuing year i They are as follows: President Mrs Ruth Morton: first vice-president Mrs Marv Keys: second vice-president Mrs Grace Tate recording secretary Mrs Beverly Hudson: corresponding secretary Mrs Bertha Stephens: treasurer Mrs Cary Mae Stan-er Mrs Mary Peerson was elected to the board In recognition of her outstanding service to the community Mrs C E Williams of 1209 Summit was elected an honorary member Miss Elvera Dick a Chuck Chansi Indian fiom California who is now attending Northeastern State College Tahlequah was awarded a 150 scholarship Mrs Albert McGilbra Hostess To HI) Club Mrs Albert McGilbra was hostess for the meeting this past week of the Pleasant Valley Hume Demonstration Club with five members and one guest nresent Mrs D L Boss gave the demonstration on selecting and making becoming hats The next meeting will be held March 5 in the home of Mrs Bill Hollis 1 rYOURailLDHI KXSKuS I tour on does i j Fidgetinfirnose-plcklnr andttoi m a meriting recta! itch re often tell- W tale signs of Pin-Worms ugly B parasites that medical experts i y infeet one out of every three per- m j sons examined Entire families w V may be victim end rot know it W To get rid of Pin-Worms these f pests mud not only be killed but killed in the large intestine where flf they live and multiply That’s ex-J actly what Jayne’s P-W tablets do f and here’s how they do it : V First— a scientific coating caf-d ries the tablets into the bowels hern fore they dissolve TAen— Jayne’i m modem medically-approved in V gradient goee right to work— kills A Pin-Worm quickly and vastly V Don’t take chances with this B dangerous highly contagious con- dition Get genuine Jayne s P-W a Vermifuge small easy-totake w tablets epecial etxee for children If and adults Perfected by Dr D Jayne A Son specialists in worm H OF kjmmi m m gam Si Licensed To Marry County Clerk BH1 Kellv’s Office Wednesday morning revealed the following niHinape license halt-s: Robert A YeaKIev 22 and Major! Joan Johnson 20 both of Muskogee Cauliflowerets that have been cooked lightly may be dipped in batter and deep fat fried Nice with tomato Juice for a first course Four New SPRING STYLES and they're washable 12 to 20 45 W Bdwy It's the challenge that Plymouth alone in the low-price 3 dares to make 15ccause Plymouth alone is 3 years ahead — in styling in performance in safety in riding comfort Come to your PI) mouth dealer’s today and put him to the test Make him prove that Plymouth is 3 years new! When you compare the 3 feature by feature you'll know why we’re not afraid to make this startling challenge Come in today — and bring the family! When you drive a you're 3 full years ahead Wednesday Feb 13 1957 Page 7 MUSKOGEE TIMES-OEMOCRAT IT WON'T REALLY BE VALENTINE'S DAY FOR HER UNLESS YOU SEND FLOWERS! CALI BEBB'S - 2-3386 SHOP THE CLASSIFIED WAY Stitched trimmed linen-like coat dress Bamboo buttons on pink navy toast or blue Washable Sizes 12-20 and 14Vz-24Vi £ 14’2 to 24 Vi Dial 2-6461

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