The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 10, 1966 · Page 9
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Section II Section II VOL 43, NO. 171 Thursday. March SO. Sponsored By Cafeteria Workers — Tasting Bee Draws Hungry Crowd ERNEST HANEY proves a ready customer •for his mother. Mrs. Janie Haney at the home baked bread table. Large ioaves of severe! varieties and ro!!s were displaced in iarge baskets and fhs aroma filled the cafeteria. Others in the photo are Mrs. Mary Thompson and Mrs. LaVerne Leavins. Funds from the "Bee" will send cafeteria workers to stats and national conventions. The annual Tasting Bee held at Robert E. Lee High School cafeteria by the Baytown School Food Service was served to a capacity crowd. Old fashioned costumes, antique kitchen equipment and homemade bread set the sence for over 500 diners. Each month of the year was represented at the dessert section by a cake especially decorated for holidays during the month. Over the years many of Baytown's best known cooks have filed recipes from the Tasting Bee. Here are some more of the popular dishes served this year. HAWAIIAN CHICKEN 2 to 3'/» Iba cot up chicken one-third cup comstarch y, cup salad oil 1 (No. »V4) can pineapple «»iiT?Tilr«, drained S large white onions, cat in thick slices 8 green peppers, seeded cubed 1 cup chopped celery l /i cup dark brown sugar \/i cup soy sauce Coat chicken with comstarch; fry in oil until medium brown. Place in bottom of Toaster pan/ Add brown sugar and soy sauce to frying oil (after removi chicken) with pineapple, onions, celery and peppers. Cover and cook over low heat until tender. (30 minutes) Mix with chicken d simmer untfl sauce has been absorbed by chicken and chicken is tender. Serves 8 to 10. SEAFOOD GCMBO Make a very brown roux with 5 tbsp. shortening 6 tbsp. Oour Add: 1 cup chopped onions 1 cup chopped celery 1 tbsp. parsley 1 S to 4 Ib. chicken hen cot up 1 pt. cleaned shrimp 12 oz. jar of oysters Simmer on a very low fire al] ingredients except oysters and shrimp, for about 3D minutes. Bring two quarts of water to a boil in a very large pot and add chicken and roux. Cook slowly 4 to 5 hours or until chicken is tender- Add shrimp and oysters and simmer 20 minutes longer. Season with salt and pepper.! Turn off heat and add 1 tbsp. file. Cover tightly and let set about 30 minutes. If desirable remove bones from chicken before serving. Serve over cooked rice. Serves 02 to 15. SWEDISH MEAT BATJ.S 1 Ib. ground beef 14 cup chopped onion 14 cup chopped celery 1 egg, slightly beaten % cup fine bread crumbs ^4 cup milk */t cup oat* Li/, top. salt y t tap. pepper y t cup chopped parsley 1 top. thyme Soak break crumbs and oats in milk. Add onion, celery, egg, meat and seasonings. Mix thoroughly. Roll in small balls and place on greased baking sheet. Bake in medium oven 15 to 20 minutes. Make a brown gravy of salad oil and flour, with chicken stock. Add one can cream of mushroom soup to gravy and pour over meat balls, i Simmer on top of stove about 15 minutes. Serves 6. CARDINAL BEET SALAD 1 pkg. lemon gelatin 1 cup boiling water % cup beet Juice 3 tbsp. wWte vinegar 2 tbsp. onion juice y 4 cup diced celery 1 can cooked shoestring or diced beets, drained 1 A tsp. salt 2 tbsp. horseradish or to your taste Dissolve gelatin in boiling water; add mixture of beet juice and vinegar. CooL Add remaining ingredients, pour into mold Or square pan. Chill until firm. 10 servings. DUTCH BREAD y x cop margarine l'/i cups sugar 1 tsp salt 2 top. nutmeg 2 tsp. cinnamon 2 cups scalded milk 4 beaten eggs l ! /i pkgs- yeast dissolved hi }£ cap lukewarm water 8 caps flour 2J/2 cups raisins Cream margarine and sugar. (See TASTING BEE, Page 10) Mrs. Mary P- Beeman, a member of the speakers bureau of Hear DR. ROBT. GOODRICH MAR. 27-30 ST. MARK'S METHODIST CHURCH JAN MUS1CK proves to be a special guest at the tasting Bee. A senior at Stephen F. Austin College in Nacogdoches, Jan. the daughter of the director of cafeterias, has been a regular customer since the Tasting Bee began. Showing recipe cards to her are Mrs. Laura Going, president of the School Food Service and Mrs. Brooksie Taylor. Many of the members wore old fashioned calico dresses and aprons. OPEN TONIGHT TILL 8 P.M. ASK ABOUT OUR CONVENIENT CHARGE PLAN. NO INTEREST WITH APPROVED CREDIT. ABWA Will Meet Monday Night Mrs. James Harrop will speak on the Johnson O'Connor Research Foundation when the American Business Women's Association meets at 1 p.m. Mon- jday at the Tower. ! This foundation is an aptitude testing research organization with offices in Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Detroit, Chi- (cago, Tulsa, Los Angeles, San Diego, Fort Worth and Baytown. dent of ABWA suggested mem- Mrs. Wreatha Oakes, presi- ibers make reservations for the •• dinner. Women's MARTHA ANN HEMPHILL Editor B&PW Schedules Talk By NASA Press Representative television news films and assist- newsmen in securing infor- the educational programs andjmation about the space pro- service branch, public affairs of- gram, fice of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, will be the guest speaker when the Baytown Business and Profes-' sional Women meet at 7:30 pjn . Tuesday at the Tower. Mrs. Grant Horton, public re-. lations committee chairman who is in charge of the program, announced committee members Miss Odena Childers, Mrs. Robbye Burch, Mrs. W. H. Holmes and Mrs. C. J. Smith. Other service organizations including Pilot Club, American Association of University Women, League of Women Voters. Epsilon Psi and Gamma Nu Chapters of Delta Kappa Gamma, have been invited to attend the dinner and talk. Reservations should be made with Mrs. Ophelia Jones by noon Friday, Mrs. Horton said. Mrs. Beeman, a native of Hampton, Va., received a Bachelor of Arts degree in journalism and speech from Louisiana Polytechnic Institute at Ruston, La., in 1964. She is a member of Phi Beta, national professional fraternity for women in the field of speech. Alpha Tau Delta and National Collegiate Players. She has been a news, feature and society reporter for the Daily Press in Hampton, Va., and was master of ceremonies for a weekly news program on radio. Her assignments with NASA have included the production of Luncheon Honors Spring Graduate Mrs. G. W.Robinson, Mrs. R. L. Dockendorff and Miss Martha Dockendorff of Trinity University complimented Pamela Spuhler, prospective Robert E. Lee graduate with a luncheon Saturday at Goose Creek Country Club. Guests included Mary Beth Schillaci, Dee Rushing, Debra Gardner, Cissy Hutson. Teresa Nelson and Mrs. F. J. Spuhler, the honoree's mother. A feathered gander, surrounded by miniature ganders wearing graduation hats and carrying diplomas tied in the school's colors, centered the table. Miss Spuhler's place was marked with a gift. The honoree will enter SMU fa the fall. MBS. MABY P. BEEMAN Arabian Siudents Entertained By Baptist Temple The Young People's Department of Baptist Temple recently hosted a spaghetti supper for the Arabian students of Lee College. A "Come as you are" prayer meeting followed the party. It was lead by the Rev. O. L. Stanbery, pastor. Mr. and Mrs. Sandy Jenkins, coordinators for the department, hosted the party assisted by the Rev. and Mrs. Stanbery, Mrs. W. P. Barrett and Mrs. Emory Hallman Sr. Arabian guests were Makks T. Abdulaziz, Hashim M. Hashim. Abele Baeshim. Aziz Nafei, Saleh Roumi, R. Monjed, Eid 6. Saad, Siraj Kashmeeri, Hamad M. Rusned, Ahmed M. Rushaid, Ahmed Baz, Abdulla Bo-Aii, Abdul - BaM Wofi, Yahya Baid. Mansour S. Duhlecbou, Chilmer- an Noufal and Fahad A. Moshar- raf. Members present were Darrell Ratliff, Wanda and Barbara Sowders, Mary and Rita Ogden. Kathy and Mike Stanbery, Judy Leigh, Richard Rayon, Richard James. Rusty Pentecost Myric Barrett and Kay Hallman. The Fabric Shop EDNA & JTM BOYER 117 E. Tex. Ave. 4300 Decker Dz. 583-7346 56S-7311 SPECIAL CAKES for each month decorated the dessert section of t h e Baytown School Food Service Association's annual Tasting Bee held Saturday. Pictured left to right are Mrs. Mae Over-street. Mrs. Bobbie Mann, Mrs. Lovie Abbe, Mrs. Edythe Mu- sick, director of cafeterias, and Mrs. Inell Hendricb. A "little red school house" cake, lamb covered with coconut and a "May pole" cake were among those displayed. (Baytown Sun Photos) Tea Compliments Rebekah Officers Jessilee Velie, district deputy. The serving table was laid in president of the Rebekahs; Adeline overlaid with white net. It Day, noble grand of Rebekah ,__,., ALL NEW 1966 25" Rectangular COLOR TV EXTRA CARE makei the quality difference Jn Zenith Handcrafted Color TV HANOCRAFTED CHASSIS -- No printed circuit*! 10O% Handwired for greater de* pendability and fewer service $>roblemc. SUPER GOLD VIDEO GUARD TUNING SYSTEM with exclusive cold contact* for longer TV life. SUNSHINE COLOR PICTURE TUBE wlt.1 a new evroplum activated rare-earth phox* pftor for greater picture brlfihinet*. We carry a complete line of Zenith Products Color and Black and White TVs, Radio's... Stereo's. We also have ceramics that we seO for gifts. We now stock a complete line of L.P At 45 Records. We have both Stereo and Mono Records to choose from. Baytown WE SELL THE BEST ... SERVICE THE REST Center . Alexander W3-WM Lodge 453; Barbara Conner, vice prand; and Grace Parker, lodge deputy, were the honorees for a tea given Sunday at the home of Mrs. Dora Dean Sullivan. Sixty guests were registered ay Mrs. Lorene Ferguson and Mrs. Charlotte Gill. The table was centered with an, arrangement of pink roses. Those serving in the house- party were Mrs. M. T. Thomas. Mrs. Millicent Bounds, Mrs. Rowena Tapp, Mrs. Lula Bailey, Mrs. Vergie King and Mrs. Lucy Casey of Mont Belvieu. A color scheme of the different colors chosen by the honorees were used. They included blue and silver, orchid, red and pink. held a silver coffee service, silver candleholders with white tapers and a crystal and silver punch service. An arrangement of blue flowers centered the table. The cake was also decorated in the chosen colors. Arrangements carrying out the color scheme were placed at vantage points. 2HAYFIEIJD Mr. and Mrs. Jerrell Wayne Mayfield, 601 N. Jones, announce the birth of a daughter. Windy Leann, Feb. 22 at Gulf Coast Hospital, The new arrival weighed 7 pounds. Grandparents are Mrs. Stella Shugart and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Mayfield, all of Baytown. Great grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. W. T. May-field of Bryan and Mr. and Mrs. H, B. Hayes of Baytown. JEWELERS DECORATOR What, When And Where THURSDAY Gamma Nn, Delta Kappa Gamma., 7:30 p.m., Mrs. E. J. Gray, SOi W. Jack. TOPS, 7:30 p.m,. Gulf Coast Clinic and Hospital Lobby. Craigmont Garden Club, 7:30 p.m., First National Bank. FRIDAY Duplicate Bridge, 10 a-m. Bridge Studio. Minerva Study Club, 10 a-m., Mrs. C. L. Thorpe, 2004 Mississippi. SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge, 7:30 p.m., Bridge Studio. Bayshore Wagon Wheel Square Dancers Association, 8 p.m.. Knights of Pythias HaQ. Helpful Hints Leftover cooked beef makes good salad when it is combined with cooked mixed vegetables cooked vegetables if they are on hand, or cook a package of frozen mixed vegetables for this SB! ad. Air Conditioning Service Now! Let Sears thoroughly if necessary your Sears Conditioner, the cooling you get the want. 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