The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 9, 1954 · Page 28
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 28

Salina, Kansas
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Sunday, May 9, 1954
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Club Calendar • MONDAY Epsilon Sigma Alpha—Omicron cbaptcr, 7:30 pm; Ada and Minnie Flanders, 717 W, South. , WCTU-Salina Union. Evangeli- nal United Brethren church 2 pm. Airs'. Homer Jewell in charge. St. John's Lutheran Church-Altar Guild, 7:30 pm, Mrs, Guy Ry- an, 682 S, Santa Fe. Mrs. Gertrude .unit—1:30 pm dessert luncheon Hpyne, co-hostess. YWCA-Crafls, 2-5 and 7-10 pm. SYAQ Executive Council, 7:30 pm. American Legion Auxiliary—8 pm Legion Home, Royal Neighbors of America— 2 pm, I.«0. 0. F. Hall. Mothers .Club—9 am breakfast, Kenwood Park shelter house. First Methodist Church—Dinner at the El Patio Room. Progressive home demonstration This "Lady Fair* 9 Cake, A 4 Tier Angel Food, Served 150 Guests. We Make - CAKES To Serve Any Number of Guests. Cakes Delivered Within Radius of 75 Miles. For Complete Information, call or write^ Saundra's "S? 17 West Main , Herington. Kans. Phone 50 Berg' schoolhouse. Twentieth Century Club-Shakespeare section, 1 pm luncheon; Casa Bonita. ; Salina, Duplicate Bridge Club— 7:45 pm, Lamer Hotel. f*r IM U11* C«J*»«»r >ku«l< » brncm or I«l«>4rau4 t* Tkw . JtmtMd'f • WoMen'f p*c« J« ntMt.iKt IMer ihu » »m on MM preceding lit* «je«»lni— «»rifer . ftlble. Itrm* 'for Mnitdny'* will 6« Kctfltl until > Mil Our Neighbors The Ladies Aid Society .of St. Paul's Lutheran church at Mentor had its May meeting at the'home of Mrs. August Swanson. Guests were'^lrs. Alex Nelson and. v Mrs. Dale Hammond. ' The next meeting will be June 3 in the church parlors. Mrs. Chester Sears will be .hostess. Fidelity Rebekah lodge of Brookville, at its meeting Thursday, ceived an invitation for its drill Announce Birth Mr. and Mrs, Allen J. Acring- dale, Scolts Bluff, Neb., have adopted a daughter, Janette Lynn. Mrs. Arringdale is the former Joanne Johnson, daughter of'Mr. and Mrs. G. A. John on, 113 W. Minneapolis. Favorite Recipe Spicy Tomatoes. A dash of allspice is delicious in a tomato sauce. And some cooks like to add a suspicion of cinnamon, too. Or if you want to add ;ierbs, rather than spice, to the sauce try dill, parsley or basil. If you use parsley be sure to add enough to give real flavor. A tomato sauce usually also benefits from| a dash of sugar; the amount oi sugar needed will-depend on the acidity of the tomatoes. BUTTERSCOTCH BROWMES 1 cup brown sugar K cup nut meats, 'firmly packed chopped -, % cup salad oil , 1 teaspoon vanilla 1 egg, unbeaten 2/3 cup cake flour V- teaspoon salt . 1 teaspoon baking powder Combine sugar and salad oil. Add egg and beat well. Stir in nut meats and vanilla. Fold in flour,- baking powder and salt that have been sifted together. Mix well. Bake in an S by g by 2 inch pan. Bake at 350 degrees for 25 minutwi. Cut into squares. MRS. '.GAIL APPiiEBEB Beloit, Kas. Bend : .~ your, best -recipe to FAVORITE RECIPE. The Salina Jou.-Ptt, Sanaa,. Ka*.: Th« recipe*, ire judged"bythe-Home Economic* department at Marymount Collect. '£ach on* choicn for publication wins a fi award.< • Sunday, May 9, 1954 Page 12-The Saiin» Journal tour Money Mikittl Hobby CHINCHILLAS <io MMI Grow Ike Luxury 1-ur •Wb'en «• »"> » P llr °' 8oull> American chinchilla. »•• Mil » «urt in Uw bu»ta«M. Llv- utility «n<T pioauctloo : niaian- •xeA. your basement «r ipare -oom can yield »n Incomt «<iual to that from a Urm. J. Oscar Brown WItSOS, KANSAS , VISITORS WELCOME Clubs Saves Chicken Don't discard the wing tips, giblets or neck of a chicken. Use them to make chicken broth for team to put on the drills at Wii-j«se as a soup or in a sauce. Cover son June 1. Letters of thanks werei tne chicken parts with a couple of redd from state ;officers for the 1 CU P S o{ water and add a small on- way the school of instruction was! ion- a. few celery leaves and pars- handled in Brookville ' | ley sprigs.''a small carrot, a bay were hostesses Thurday at a 2 pm There were 24 members at the l«f, salt and peppercorns. - 1 —" 4 "" —•— "' "" x '"" ! meeting and Evelyn Ernst, of Miriam lodge, .was a guest. Refreshments were served Beverage Pickup Ever try prune juice and milk? Deihl and Beth Deihl. Betty Dent MaryLou Dent, Oliiejor orange juice and ginger ale? These combinations .make delightful beverages for midmorning or! midafternoon pickups. They taste) Mrs. Van. Balrd, past district deputy president, Fidelity Lodge, No. 169, Brookville, was a guest at the Friday meeting -of the Miriam Rebekah Lodge No. 8. Thirty members attended the meeting. Mrs. Khoda Davis and Mrs. G. A. McCollough, 1316 S. Santa Fe, dessert for members of the Naomi group of the Woman's Society of University Methodist church. The event marked'the close of the Iwoj? year period for the group. gy. Mrs. Richmond gave the me morial and Mrs. Arthur Balaun provided a musical backgrouni for the service, ' Mrs. Hagy, long time member of University Methodist church had been active many years in the Woman's Society. Mrs. Murl Richmond, president |K of the group, was presented with! Send your news tip to The Salina Journal. $10 in prizes every week.'good and are nutritious, too... The Below Specials Are Yours At Terrific Prices If You Act Now! Doors Open At 9 A.M. Sharp * * MONDAY SPECIALS SPECIAL PURCHASE ST.49 VALUE Nylon Piece Goods IDEAL FABRIC FOR SUMMER WEAR Lovely Selection Solids and Prints 39 and 45 Inch Width Fine Quality Fabrics Vard ir^r^- New Shipment Unpacked Boys 100% Nylon Shirts •fcSize 2 to 8 -^ Short Sleeves Special! 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Special tribute was given to the| memory of Mrs. Margaret L. Ha- 4834 Anne .Adams Use linen, cotton, denim—any crisp fabric—for either of these smart, summer styles. Make several hats in colors to match your summer dresses. Use fabric leftovers—both styles .require little yardage. Bonnet brim is especially flattering to the face. Pattern 4834: Adjustable. Top version, %'yard 35-inch fabric; bottom version, Vi yard. This pattern easy to use, simple to sew, is tested for fit. Has complete illustrated instructions. Send Thlrty-nvc c«n« in co:ns for this pattern—add 5 cents for each pattern for Lit-claaa mailing. Send to ANNE ADAMS, cure The Sallna Journal, 384 Pattern Dept.. 2<3 Weal 17th St.. Now York 11. N. t. Print ptalnlj tverl 79 embroidery, crocntl.. color- lion. New Yorlc U. N.Y. Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER, TOOK MA.UE, ADPRKSS and 7.0NE. 654 Laura Wheeler See how fast Baby makes friends with all these farm-and circus pets! Before long, he'll know each by name. 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