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FRIDAY, JULY 2, IMS
By Cecily Brfftnutene
. TUESDAY WNN
: Liver Loaf ' , . ,
'' Baked Potatoes with Parsley and
; Buttered Chopped Spinach
Orange Raisin Muffins
Recipe for Starred Dish fol-
.QiMge Raisin Muttte
2 cups sifted enriched all-pur
ii 34 teaspoon baking soda
12 teaspoon salt
14 cup sugar
1 -teaspoon grated orange rind
12 cup raisins
1 egg, well beaten
34 cup buttermilk
14 cup shortening, melted
Mix end sift . dry .ingredient; mix
In orange rind and raisins. Beat
egg until thick and palercolored.;
add buttermilk and orange juice
and stir welL ; Add to dry .ingre
dients - along with shortening
(slightly cooled) and stir only en
oughto moisten dry ingredients,
Mixture ' Will look lumpy. Fill
greased muffin pans two-thirds full
and bake in a hot (425 F.) oven
about 20 minutes or until dona.
Pork Shwider Chops
Peas, Celery, and Carrots
Lettuce with Vinegar and Sugr
.Bread and gutter
Cocoa Tapioca Cream
(Recipe -for Starred Dish Fol
Cocoa Tapioca Cream
1 tall can evaporated milk
2 cups water
5 tablespoons quick-cooking ta-
piOCI ' i i ,' . ?
18 teaspoon salt '
12 cup sugar
14 cup cocoa
1 egg, separated ,.
, 1 teaspoon vanilla
Mix evaporated milk and water
in top part of double boiler and
heat to just below the boiling
point .over direct heat, Mix tapio
ca, salt, sugar and cocoa well; stir
into hot milk with a whisk. Coofc
over boiling . water, stirring fre
quently until thickened and tapio
ca is clear, about 10 minutes. Beat
egg yolk and add a little of the hot
mixture; pour back and cook, over
low heat, stirring constantly, for
1 minute. Romove from heat and
add .vanilla. Beat -egg white until
stiff and stir in hot mixture slow
ly. Chill. 4 to 6 servings.
Cream of. Chicken Soup
iSJZSi "Ol A National Favorite
; xfof J I v y AND flavorful
i .Canute w
ill Be Ee?
rerr 'Y. marvel
JULY 5TH v J
4th of JULY
$1 Rolls... . 33c
' Jane Parker Angel
4 Food cXk 37c
Jan Parkor Sugared
Donuts p"- 18c
Sandwich er Home Style
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PICIIICS, lb. .... 55c
CHOPS, lb 65c
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Mi... ioc tvx f ijMiorl ilins ill 4Dc
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M- IIMIS. lb. 69c
mm. 2 .' Cm 27t
jiiica ... S. 19c
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MilkTl: ...3 42c
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Deinjf ..M2& 25c
flour ....... ISb" ..41c
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Cdahpes, each 25c
Special Asparagus Platter ' '
Hot Buttered Roll :
Strawberry, Pineapple nd Rhu
(Recipe for Stamd Dish fol-
Spec!! Asparagus Matter
Saute a thin slice of ham for
each person to be served and poach
the same number of eggs. Arrange
ham slices on flatter and put a
poached egg on each slice. Flank
with cooked asparagus; pour
browned butter over.aspacagus jjnd
sprinkle liberally with grated Par
mesan cheese. Serve immediately.
warm weather and rain would do
the crops and garden lots of good.
Specially for Wa
Mr. and Mrs. ?. G. Davis, Sr.. re
turned to Henderson, N. C. after
spending two weeks here at Mrs.
Davis' parents, pottage on the wa
terfront. Mr, and Mrs.. Jack frnuae, (d
Charlotte, N. C, end Mr. and Mt s.
H. A. Hayes, of Baltimore, Md.,
are guests of Mrs. Emmitt Piper.
Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Chadwiok
attended the movies at Atlantic
Beach Saturday night.
Mrs. Thelma Sheffner end Miss
Essie Grant and ton of Burlington,
N. C. were guests of Mrs.' J. H.
Dixon and son, Lacey last week
end. Miss Ethel Eubanks visited her
grandmother," Mrs. George Tosto
and other relatives at Squth River
over the weekend.
Rev. 'and Mrs. Cecil Harris and
children, of Grimesland, N.
spent Monday afternoon with Miss
Josie Pigott.. ' .jrv,
Mro li-.nnAtli Pota, nniV "
Itodney spent Uast week' with. Mr.
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ana wua. jonii-oiyruu m muxejurtm
Mr. Roland Davis, .of Smyrna,
spent Sunday with Mr .and Mrs.
teeter Pigott.? . - -V'
Mr. Mitchell Willis, of Smyrna,
.visited tfciends in pur community
Mrs. Gussie Fulford attended
church at Harkers Island Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Wade Meadows,
of New Bern, spent last week, at
their cottage en Sleepy Creek.-" .
Mr. and Mrs. .Leslie ChadWick,
of "Newport, pent last week end
with Mr. Chadwick's parents, Mr.
1 TT PLnJ...:.t. .-
aim juia. nciuy Viiuuwii.".. ' '.
Mr. and Mm. Robert Richardson
returned to Raleigh last week after
spending several weeks at ' their
summer cottage. , 'h
Mrs.- Pauline Potest returned
home Saturday, after, visiting rela
tives in New Bern for the past
two .weeks. .
3The Woman's Society of Christ
ian Service met. Thursday night at
StraiU Wetbodist church. Eight
members were present.
f Rev. H. T. Harrell filled his re
gular appointment at Straits-Glou-cestef
Methodist church Sunday
Mr. Marvin Fulford has been
Lhome from work for the past two
weeks with a bad cold.
Rev. W. E. Anderson,, of MQre
head City, will fill his regular ap
pointment At the Free Will Baptist
church ,Sunday morning, ; July 4,
at eleven o'clock. Everyone is in
vited to attend. . - .
The Women's Home Demonstra
tion club met last Tuesday night
with Mrs. George Russell. The de
monstration "Understanding Teen
Agers" was given by Mrs: B; F.
Copeland. Nine members -and a
visitor were present. The hostess
served assorted cookies and cakes.
The July meeting will meet with
Mrs; Lee Garner. '
Rev. Thurman Smith held ser
vices Sunday morning at the F. W.
B. hureh. '
Mrs. Ann Hicks and little daugh
ter ar spending awhile with Mrs.
Kuth iDavie. r
The F. W. B. Missionary Society
met last Wednesday night with
Mrs. C. S. Rogers. During the oc
casion Little Sandra Jo Pake cele,
brated her birthday.
Mr. Chester Dunkle was on the '
sick list last week. We all hope
for him a -speedy recovery.
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Springle and
Mrs. C. S. Rogers are leaving Wed
nesday for Baltimore where firs.
Springle and .Mrs.' Rogers will re
' Little Flyrin. Goldston left Sun
for Wake Forest where, he will
.spend .seme time with his father.
.Emperor. Nero, who was near
sighted, used a -concave emerald to
get a better view of the gladiatori
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Each line designed to slenderize!
This soft flatterer, Pattern 9373,
has the most youthful air! Deeply
cut pointed yoke, scalloped neck
line, a graceful, just-rignt sKiru
This pattern gives perfect fit, is
easy to use. Complete, illustrated
Sew Chart shows you every step.
Pattern 9373 comes in sizes 34,
36, 88, 40, 42, 44, 46,' 48. Size 36
takes 3 38 yds. 39-in.; 78 yd.
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and directions for a beach-utility
Mrs. Ruth Eubanks and son
Ralph came hpme last Thursday
after staying almost two weeks,
one at Gloucester with Mr. and
Mrs. Elbert Eubanks and then they
went to. Nqrth River and stayed
two days with Mr. and Mrs. Jpe
Blake and in Beaufort they stayed
with Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Guthrie
and also went to Morehead City to
see Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Eu
Mrs. Hazel Wallace and sons,
of Durham, are spending sometime
with Mr, and Mrs. John Wallace.
Mrs. Joshua Hardy and daugh
ter, Mrs. Garton Hill visited Mrs.
Nannie J. Pittman and mother Sat
Mr. and Mrs. Ledrew Norman
brought Ronald Paul Norman back
Friday night. He had been visiting
them at Beaufort.
Mr. Berkeley Lewis spent the
weekend in Beaufort with his
uncle, Webster Lewis. .
Chief Harry Hardy and Mrs. Har
dy are visiting his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. George Hardy.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Cannon
of Cherry Point spent the weekend
with his mother, Mrs. Lina Cannon.
Mrs. Elijah Dixon carried her
eon, Junior to the dentist Satur
day to have his teeth looked after.
Mr. and Mrs. George Hardy went
to Bridgeton last Friday to the
mill to get some lumber. Mr. Hardy
is going to rebuild Jiis boat -
Mrs. Marvin Fulcher andsbaby
left Saturday afternoon with Mr.
Fulcher to go to Love Ptoint light
house, Maryland, to spend some
time with Mr. Fulcher. "
Mr, and Mrs. Rone Wallace 'Visit
ed Mr. and Mrs, Mamie Norman
Saturday night.- -
Elzie Tosto came home Saturday
afternoon. He had been visiting his
sisters in Bridegton, Mrs. Vernon
Ringgold and Mrs. B. F. Ringgold,
Jr. He spent a week.
Mr: and Mrs. George Tosto and
son, Elzie visited Mrs. Nannie J.
Pittman and mother Saturday af
ternoon. Mrs. Xuke Lewis and daughter,
Carrie went to Beaufort Monday
to see Mr. Webster Lewis.
: Mr. Lent Hardy is on the siqk
list. We hop he will eoeo be
Mrs. Julian Fulcher, of ' More
head, spent Sunday with her pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Wal
lace. We are having some kiqd. of
'Jth&tM rWjitf; fit:
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2 no. 1-2 cans 35c
Tender and Sweet Libby's Early June
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5 "twtfcj f;Mo'' Bgk
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no, 1 can Vxh
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Olives (stalled 3-oz. bcttls 31c
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Popular Kraods SH
REVERACES, lor 25c
All Puurpose Flour
TCIAKSLE. 10 fin. flail Wc
FOR QUICK EASY MEALS
ir trr tea time DRINK
SILVER LABEL TEA, 14 lb. pkg.
r.miun'' SNlfira RFF.rH.NIHT
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PEAIIUT BUTTEQ, 16-oz, k 35c
SERVE. WITH COTKAUI5 .UHKfSE URUiSk, .At . iv t.
DATE anl HUT BDEAD, Ikz. can . 23c
YOfLL NEED EXTRA BREAD TOR .THE LONG WEEKEND .. .
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V&IR$Z2X Urjo jkg. 34c
Vour Beauty Soajfr , ,
PAUISLIVE, reg. cako .'' 10c
Toilet Soap . Cashmere ".
IZZZZtt, Z xj&?s ;. 53c
Wawd Paper -
.Armour Star ' '
JAJlAU&iO War 23c
Alway's Fresh Gordon's
Potato QAp. 1-Jb. i&p-
Dill Piddes. id. fax ...... 13c
Floe For Salads Mrs. Fllbert'e
Jlaypiwaise, Vte "Jar : . Stc
PMMb,S-oxcan -- 35c
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POTATO mXriiW ..-JSSp.
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-Far Yeur Picnic basket
HEINJl CaVraUF,, 14-ee. hettle . MP,
Fashionetta JOHCojiHt . 5; 5
PAPER NAPKINS, ,pk. lc
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