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Postville, Iowa
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Thursday, June 4, 1936
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(gwi ountfij G^rmspondence LUANA Moore-Gilster Nuptials Solemnized at Monona Last Saturday Mr. Harley Moore, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Moore, and Miss Lillian Glister of Farmersburg, were united in marriage at two o'clock last Saturday afternoon at the Lutheran parsonage in Monona, the Rev. Seifkes performing the ceremony. The couple were attended by Miss Delpha Moore, a sister of the groom, and Mr. Gilster, a brother of the bride. Kobert Sehultz Cuts Arm Badly By Running- Into Wire Fence On Bike While riding his bicycle recently, Robert Sehultz. son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Sehultz, had the misfortune to ride his bicycle into a barbed wire ience causing a flesh wound on his Tight arm that it required six stitches to close. CASTALIA FRANKVILLE Xuana Folks Injured In Auto Accident at Dubuque Wednesday On Wednesday last while Mr. and ilrs. Geo. Hamman and Mrs. Harley Gossman of Luana and Mrs. Pape of Monona were in Dubuque, Mrs. Gossman and Mrs. Pape were in an auto accident, Mrs. Pape being injured about the spine, while Mrs. Gossman sustained a badly injured arm and three fractured ribs. .Arthur H. Berg Cuts Foot Badly With a Corn Plow Shovel On Thursday morning as Arthur Berg was putting on the finishing touches to a com plow shovel, he had the misfortune to have the shovel catch, forcing the sharp shovel onto .his toes, cutting two toes and an artery. It required eight stitches to close the wound. He is now getting along quite nicely with the aid of crutches. Miss Ethyle Smith of Garnavillo Avas a week-end guest of her friend, Miss Ruby Mueller. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Landt spent Sunday afternoon in the Ed Kohler home near Monona. Gerald Engelhardt is home for the summer from his studies at Wartburg College, Dubuque. Harold Kumpf is home for the summer from his studies at Luther College. Decorah. Mr. and Mrs. Carey Cayton are visiting in the Art Davis home in Pleasant Valley. Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Brown were •week-end guests in the Jerry Hawkins "home at Pleasant Valley. Harvey Moore and son, Jason, left Monday morning to start silo building for the Mason City Silo Construction Co. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Miller and family, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Frye enjoyed a picnic at Goat Hollow Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Neverman of Monona were Sunday evening visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schrader. Mrs. Hala Reincke and family of Monona were six o'clock dinner guests Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Engelhardt. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brown and daughters Betty and June Ann were Sunday supper guests in the Wilbur Wilkins home at Elon. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Overbeck were supper guests at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Wirkler, at Monona Tuesday. Members oi the Methodist Ladies' Aid Society enjoyed a social gathering at the home oi Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Pearson in Hardin Thursday. Miss Helen Truman came Saturday to the home of her aunt, Mrs. W. J. Splies, the schools of Elkader having closed for the summer vacation. Miss Betty Brown is spending a few days with her aunt, Mrs. Jerry Hawk ins and husband, and Grandpa and Grandma Brown at Pleasant Valley. Mrs. Ethel Warn-Kirkwood of Austin, Minn., was a caller Tuesday af ternoon in the homes of former neighbors, Mrs. W. J. Splies and Su san Chapman. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ruckdaschel and family of Elgin, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Burt and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Welter and family. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Smith left Wednesday for Charles City to visit relatives.' He has a great-niece that graduates this week and they are attending the exercises. Harvey Moore, Jason, Verna, Virginia and Ruth Evelyn Moore autoed to Iowa City Sunday to spend the day with their wife and mother at the University hospital. Mrs, "Vogt of Farmersburg, Mrs. Sehultz and Joe Ann of Postville, Mr. and Mrs. Will Doerring and Mrs. Mueller were Saturday evening guests in the Krambeer-Collins home for a visit with their brother and uncle, Aug. Doerring. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kamps of Dubuque, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Thien and Mrs. Roy Campbell of Marquette. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Engelhardt and Lyledene, -with Jimmie Kamps of Five Points, spent Decoration Day •with Mr, and Mrs. Louis Engelhardt Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Lindroth left early Thursday morning to visit their son, Arno, and wife at Spencer, and his brother, Charles Lindroth, at Humboldt, S. D„ a few days. Mr, and Mrs. Donald J. Overbeck •entertained Mr. and Mrs. Will Behrens, Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Schutto, Mr. and Mrs, Herman Holmes at a six-thirty dinner Wednesday- evening. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Davenport and Donald spent the Memorial Day weekend with his mother and - other relatives at Roseville, HI., Dean Sehultz was in charge of the bank during their absence. Mr. and Mrs, Walter Koschkee and daughter, Doroth3', and niece, Nellie Renkouf, were visitors in Wisconsin from Friday until Sunday evening. Mrs, E. J. Burt was in charge of the store during their absence. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Walter and Gaylord and niece, Miss Walter, of Riceville, have been spending a week or two in the home of her sister, Mrs. G. M. Lambert. Mr. Walter and Gaylprd have been painting the Lambert home. A merry group of neighbors gathered at the W. J. Splies home Sunday evening in honor of the birthday anniversary of Mrs. Splies. Seven tables of progressive "500" wras enjoyed and then a delicious lunch was served from the baskets brought by the guests. Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Doerring and sons, Harvey and Clarence, daughter, Evelyn, and a lady friend, motored here Saturday from Kenosha, Wis., to spend the week-end in the home of her mother, Mrs. John Krambeer, Sr., and in the home of their daughter, Mrs. Frank O'Brien, of McGregor. A family reunion occurred Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Engelhardt. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Lance Candee of Elkader, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Garms of Mono na, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Meyer of Postville, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Engelhardt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Maury Engelhardt and family and Gerald Engelhardt. The occasion was to cele brate the birthday anniversary of their mother. THE ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH CASTALIA, IOWA Rev. Wm, Strlcpc, Pastor Sunday School 9:30 a. m. English services at ....10:30 a. m. The Luther League will meet on Friday evening, June 5th, at eight o'clock in the church basement. BETHEL Wonder Workers Met at the Roy Johnson Home The members of the Evergreen 4-H Wonder Workers held a very interesting meeting at the Roy Johnson home last Wednesday afternoon. The lesson studied was on Cake Making. Those present were Mrs. O'Riley Margaret Gelo, Iva Phipps, May Phipps, Lorna Phipps, Ruby Phipps, Eunice Krousie, Janice Brainard, Bar bara Brainard, Virginia Kalke, Esther May, Hazel Johnson, Zana Mae Harris, Hazel Harris and Mary May. Three new members were enrolled in the club, Zana Mae Harris, Hazel Harris and Mary May. The next meeting will be held at the Mr. and Mrs. Julius Krousie home on Thursday. June 4th. The 4-H girls Club Rally Day in the county has been changed from June 11th to the 9th of June. Mrs. E. J. Perry visited relatives at Postville Friday, Miss Veronica McKernan returned Monday from Iowa City. Joe Kluss of Mitchell, S. D„ spent Thursday here with his family at the Helmuth Meyer home. Mrs. Phoebe Gardner of McGregor came Thursday for a visit at the Mr, and Mrs. C. R. Winn home. Mrs. Donald Peckhatn entertained the M. C. A. Club at her home Thurs day afternoon. Miss Mae Lambert and Frank Fort camp of near West Union spent Saturday here with friends. Miss Chloe Haefner of Minneapolis is spending her vacation here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Haefner. Memorial Day was observed here with a program and appropriate ex ercises. Rev. Crippen gave the ad dress. Mrs. Ida Kramer of Dixon, 111., came the latter part of the week and a guest at the Miss Alma Uhley home. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schara and baby of McGregor were week-end guests at the Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Perry home. Rev. Striepe, pastor of the Castalia Lutheran church, was the speaker at the Memorial Day exercises in Ossian last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Wirsching and children and Mrs. Sherman, of Fonda, were week-end guests at the Mr. and Mrs. Helmuth Meyer home. Mrs. Hamilton Campbell and Lulu, Mrs. Ida Kramer, the Misses Alma Uhley and Alma Perry motored to Decorah Sunday to hear the address given by Bishop Edwin F. Lee. A pre-nuptial shower was tendered Miss Ellen Wagner at the school house Tuesday evening. A feature of the evening's entertainment was a mock wedding by pupils of the intermediate grades. Miss Wagner received many beautiful and useful gifts Refreshments were served to about 100 guests. The following guests enjoyed a picnic dinner at Caldow's grove Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sehultz and children of Conrad, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sehultz Jr. and children, Mr. and Mrs. George Sehultz and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harvey and son, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Peckham and children, Mr. and Mrs. Blake Albright and Patty, Prof, and Mrs. Leo Stone, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Bachelder and children, Keith Baltz, Mrs. Earl Anderson and Jerry. GUNDER Henry VanGorder was a caller at the Herman Nuehring home Monday Mr. and Mrs. Milton Helgerson were callers in Frankville Saturday eve ning. Mrs. Fred Segrist visited in the home of Will Ewing in Postville on Tuesday. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Jess Uhl visited Sunday evening in the Mr. and Mrs. Geo. j Brainard home. I John William Barnes of Clermont is J visiting in the home of his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Harris. Alice Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Smith, and Paul Krlnket were married at Elkader Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Cloy Lawson and baby visited in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lawson, Thursday. Earl Roffman of near Waukon visited Tuesday evening in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Roffman. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hoffman were dinner guests in the Mr. and Mrs. Con Hangartner home in Postville last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Nuehring, Oliver and Virginia, visited Saturday evening in the Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Harris home. A large number from this vicinity attended a picnic dinner at the Stone House last Sunday in honor of Nellie and Genevieve Brainard and Mrs. M. Simon. Nellie and Genevieve Brainard of Chicago and Mrs. Marie Simon of Marengo, HI., visited relatives and friends in this vicinity last week-end, returning Sunday evening. Lima Bean Creole,—Simmer in but ter one cup celery, one large onion and one green pepper, all chopped add lima beans which have been cooked or canned, one can tomatoes, one tablespoon Worcestershire sauce, salt and pepper to taste. Pour into cas serole, cover with buttered bread crumbs and bake slowly about an hour. Bacon cut in very small pieces and cooked may be added. (Good.)— Mrs. E. A, M. in her West Union Un ion "Chaff." Mrs. Robert Wettleson and Lois Jean spent Sunday with Mrs. J. O. Lind. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Kurth and family spent Sunday at the Henry Koopman home. Marjorie Rierson spent Thursday night at Clermont with her friend, Elsie Lindgren. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Bergan and daughters spent Sunday at the Grant Perrington home. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Grotli and daughter spent Sunday afternoon at the T. J. Olson home. Alma Opsand is assisting with the household duties at the Rev. Strand- jord home in St. Olaf. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Halverson and family spent Sunday afternoon at the Mrs. Christ Nelson home. Delores" Nyborg was an over-night guest Saturday at the Elmer Osmundson home near Clermont. Mrs. Gilman Knutson of Crooks, S. D., is here visiting relatives and friends for a couple of weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Mellian Loftsgard and family were dinner guests Sunda3' at the Gilbert Buraas home near Cler tnont. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Peterson and family of Frankville were dinner guests Sunday at the John Helium home. * Oscar Nyborg left Tuesday morn ing for Minneapolis, being a delegate to the church convention being held there. Mr. and Mrs. Vic Casten and family, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Jenson and daughters of Waterloo spent Sunday afternoon at the Jens Jenson home. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Landsgard and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ole Gisleson and Milo, Mr. and Mrs. H. E, Landsgard and Doris, Mrs. B. Nelson and Tena, Mr. and Mrs. Arth. Landsgard and family were dinner guests Sunday at the Mrs. E. E. Landsgard home. Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Larson and family, Mrs. Clarence Ulstod of Eagle Grove, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Erickson of Lansing, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Peake and daughter of Guttenberg, Mr. and Mrs. Gines Olson and daughter of Clermont were guests Sunday at the Henry Vellersven home. The most inconsistent thing about this whole depression is to hear every other man you meet tell how the depression has cleaned him out and then drive down the street and notice that nine out of ten cars parked along the street are new ones of the latest mod els, costing in the neighborhood of a thousand dollars each, says the West Union Union. • Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Birdsell spent Sunday with friends in Decorah. Mrs. Harry Hnrvcy of Decorah visited relatives here the past week. The Sherman •Bollmans are enjoying a new Buick sedan since lost week. Mrs. J. ,C. Schutta and Mrs. Clarence Crabtree spent Friday in Decorah. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schutta ot Postville visited relatives here Sun- dny ' . J Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bollmnn motored to Decorah on business Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kneeskern motored to Postville on business Tuesday afternoon. Mr, and Mrs. C. F. Letchford and son made a business call in Volney Monday evening. Rev. and Mrs. H. O. Bethel of Hartford spent Friday night and Saturday here with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hoger attended the funeral of Fred Klein in Waukon Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Emmett Schroeder and family are enjoying a visit from her sister from Forest Mills. Mrs. C. F. Letchford and son. Leon, and Mrs. Tom Bollmnn motored to Ossian Tuesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Bollman, Moody Bollman and family, of Ion, were call ing in Frankville Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Evert and sons motored to Oehvein Sunday and spent the day with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Peck and Mrs. Emma Birdsell of Decorah were callers in Frankville Saturday morning Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Waters and son of Postville were visitors Friday evening at the Will Kneeskern home. Mrs. Kate Shattuck was down from Decorah several days the past week on business connected with her farms. Mr. Jannie and family of Manchester were callers in town Tuesday on business in connection with the cheese factory. Mrs. Floyd Ferris, and daughter of Mason City were guests here Tuesday, enroute to Lansing, where they visited relatives. Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Bulman of Wau kon were transacting business and calling on friends in town Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Padden, accom panied by friends from Waterloo, were callers here Sunday at the Mrs. Let tie Padden home. Mrs. Henry Schweinefus was taken to the Postville hospital Sunday eve -j ning, where she will remain for a few days for treatment. Mi\ and Mrs. Geo. Crabtree and children of Raymond were visitors here Saturday at the Clarence and Elma Crabtree homes. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kneeskern and children motored up from Waterloo Sunday and called on friends here while enroute to Decorah. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Drew and Jim mie motored up from LaCrosse. Wis. Saturday for an over Sunday visit at the Sherr^an Bollman home. A large group of relatives gathered at the Albert Hilmer home Sunday as a farewell to Teddy Hilmer, who is leaving for work in the navy. Mrs. George Allen of Centennial spent several days here the past week caring for her daughter, Mrs. Hennie Schweinefus, who is very sick. Rufus Ewing of Manley, Mr. Ander son of Nebraska and Miss Violet Ewing of Rossville were guests here Sat urday at the J. C. Schutta home. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Miller of Waukon spent Sunday at the J. J. VanWey home. Catherine VanWey accompanied them home for a visit. The Gus Herman family, who have been living in the Walter VanWey house here in Frankville. moved to the Heins farm near Postville Friday. Rev. and Mrs. Fred Butler. Mrs. Charlotte Walby, Mrs. Chris Waters and Mrs. Depping attended Achievement Day exercises in Decorah Tuesday. Walter VanWey and family motored to Postville Tuesday. Mrs. VanWey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Con Hangartner, accompanied them home tor a visit. Mrs. Vern Letchford and daughter. Virginia, motored to Strawberry Point Saturday for a week-end visit with her aunt, Mrs. Sehofleld, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Evert and daughter, Wilma, from Strawberry Point, spent several days here the past week with the Glen Letchford and Francis Evert families. Mrs. Mabel Waters, Mrs. Fenimore Ambrose, Mrs. Anna Brouillet and Mrs. Fred Butler and son attended the dinner and sale at Canoe Ridge church Saturday. Mrs. Jack Kautman and Mrs. Nell Spaun motored to Decorah and Burr Oak Wednesday. Mrs. Addie Feltis accompanied them home for a visit with Mrs. Spaun. Mrs. Albert Depping and daughters, Verona and Marguerite, spent Tuesday in Postville. Miss Marguerite remained for a longer visit with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Will Schutta. Miss Inez Kneeskern, accompanied by Virgil Wade, Margaret Duffy Albert Wilson, Miss Gwendolyn Jerdee and Ward Beeman, motored up from Oelwein Saturday for a day's outing and visit at the Jas. E. Kneeskern home. GRAND MEADOW Mr. and Mrs. J, C. Wells wore Fayette visitors last Tuesday. Mr. - mid Mrs. Henry Larson, entertained company at dinner Sunday. A large number from tin's vicinity attended the school picnic at Postville Friday. Harry Larson was a caller at the L. Amuwtson home near Clermont last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. John Krambeer wore Sunday visitors at the Mrs. Minnie Collins home in Luana. Grand Meadow folks were well represented at the Memorial exercises at Postville Saturday afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. John Krambeer assisted with houseelcaning at the Henry Krambeer home in Luana Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lubbers and family were callers nt the John Kiple home at Elgin Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cahalan and family were Sunday evening visitors in tire Frank O. Rounds home near Volga City. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fay of Clermont and Mrs. Carrie Ruff of Postville were Sunday evening visitors at the John Eno home. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lubbers and son of Kenosha, Wis., Mr. and Mrs. Enno Lubbers and Mrs. Chas. Wegner of Postville were Saturday forenoon visitors at the Wm. Lubbers home, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Krambeer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Koopman and family and Otto Schroeder enjoyed a picnic dinner at Decorah park Sunday and after dinner they motored to Harmony, Minn., to visit Niagara Cave. Maurice Cahalan came up from Cedar Rapids Friday and spent the night with his son. Frank Cahalan and family. All motored to Clermont Saturday to attend the Memorial Day exercises and also enjoyed a picnic dinner with a group of relatives. The two ppposltcs, ilo.,,,., m storms, bring us lessons we S ) have lcnrned long ago. says the ark till.) Gazette. First, you ^ denude pur hillsides ot timber control floods. There is nothing to hold the rushing waters back, used to look for a Juno rise 0 f Mississippi river. Now, b cutting down forests and marshland and bayous along streams, the water rushes flotvii rivers in floods. Nature never life ed these lands to be used lor tural purposes. They are „ safety zones. Second, many , iwli acres of marvelous grazing lands, home of the antelope and buffalo,! been plowed under to appease the • satible appetite of man lor "g e i. ri quick" schemes, and now nature volts by sending dust storms. And the end, the land will lie barren] generations. Greedy man has < taught that his own greediness i undoing. You cannot fight nature s win. Spanish Rice.—Simmer chopped onion and green pepper in butter; add ground beef and cook until brown; add cooked rice and tomato juice, teaspoon salt, pepper and teaspoon chili powder. Place in casserole and bake slowly one hour. Mushrooms may be added. (This recipe was given us by a cook who uses "by guess and by gosh" method of preparation and measured portions were not given. But its good and you may use your own judgment as to amount of rice and beef, depends on quantity desired.)—Mrs. E. A. M. in West Union Union "Chaff." The last community sale ot thc^ son was held in the sales paviV here last Saturday afternoon, says Elkader Register. The sates win resumed again next fall, according the malingers. From August last) to May this year the managers h. held sixteen sales, handling livesto produce, machinery, household g etc., to the extent of 547,464.33,« average of nearly $3,000 per sole, local sales have drawn people (tea wide radius of territory and h brought together many buyers sellers who otherwise would not ha gotten together. The sales have \ a material aid to the seller and I alike, and those who have frequetW the sales will, no doubt, be pleased to hear that they will be resumed fa £i fall. Beer Parlor Patron: I'll wager $1 that I can drink a pony keg of bser, Bar Keeper: I'U take that bet Beer Parlor Patron: Okeh. but 1 must first run on an errand, but rS return in an hour. Later, upon his return, the pony k»j was tapped, and he drank it, wiaaisg his bet. When questioned why It went first on the errand, before drat- ing on his bet, he said, "1 had nj doubt whether or not 1 could do it, so I went down the street to the nei! joint and tried it first before Iter The American Legion post at Je-up has planted a 10-foot evergreen tse in the city park to serve as a perai- nent Christmas tree. Everyday Cooking Miracles BY VIRGINIA FRANCIS Dtr**tor Holpotnl Ebctrto Codury fiutfMW Lady, could you spare a hungry man a griddle cake? You can't expect a fellow to stay upstairs and get dressed while you're down in the kitchen piling trp fluffy, golden- brown griddle cakes. But griddle cakes are like a magnet—they draw a crowd quicker than a fire engine or a patent medicine man. No doubt you have heard of fie cooking miracles which are now 6e- ing produced in thousands of electric range kitchens; you know to complete meals are cooked by "remote control"; you know that cabs and meats are baked by the "out­ step" process; you know thatdouifc boilers for surface unit cookery ate; simply not used any more. First Business Man: What became of your _ secretary'! Second Ditto: I married her and now she's my treasurer. The even temperature required for the frying of golden brown griddle is provided by the controlled neat of the electric range. However, you and I know that griddle cako making is one of the culinary arts. The batter must be neither too thick nor too thin, the quantity ot fat used" for greasing the griddle must be neither too large not too small, and the griddle or frying pan must be neither too hot nor too cold. These considerations must bear weight with the "flap-jack" maker if round, nicely browned, digestible flap-jacks are his or her goal. The batter problem will be handled successfully by the staple method of using a good tested standard recipe. The "quantity of fat" problem will be solved by adhering to this rule: Use just enough fat to "polish" the bottom of the griddle; never use so much that the fat stands in the griddle or actually frizzles the cakes. Heat It Controlled. As for securing the right temperature of the frying pan and the fat therein, there has never, up to the day of electric ranges, been a way of controlling that factor. Particularly when cooked on the old wood stove, griddle cakes were the most inconsistently good and bad edibles imaginable. But now that modern kitchens are graced with new automatic electric ranges, the method of cooking griddle cakes has become a standardized procedure, 1__. Well, it is these same heat-controlled surface units of the electric range- which are responsible for this, griddle cake miracle. As you taotr, gnddle cakes should bo fried at M even temperature, sufficiently low to prevent the fat from smoking if- sufficiently high to enable the gnddle cakes to cook thoroughly el) w way through and to reach their enviable state of golden browrmcss, Such a temperature may now M attained, and maintained, by «g*.\- Jahng the heat which flows from W surface units of the electric range. Here is our prize recipe for msW good-to-cat, goad-for-you griddle cakes. Miracle Griddle Cakci 2J4 cups bread 2 cups sour mili flour I egg (bcatw 1 teaspoon soda Vz teaspoon salt 1 tablespoon sugar Mix and sift dry ingredients. Add milk slowly, then the beaten *» Beat until smooth (about 1 mhWh Add melted shortening. Beat 1 ute. Place small amount of fa< fa J"; ing pan and preheat on High H«» until correct frying temperature « reached. Cook griddle cakes, u»M combination of High and ho* heat to maintain proper frying tenp* fS ' fiSfc- ... ' • 3 tablespoons melted shortening

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