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By Cecily Brbwnsto'ne
Associated Press Fdod Editor
K you want to prepare a festive
dessert that tastes as good as it
looks for a. holiday meal or party,
try the Yule Roll Cake pictured
, here. For a dinner, a tea, or a
buffet supper it will not only make
a scrumptious dessert but will
, serve as a lovely centerpiece.
Here's how to do it:
Yule Roll Cake
4 eggs, 34 cup sugar, 12 tea
spoon vanilla, 34 cup sifted cake
flour, 34 teaspoon baking powder,
1 12 teaspoon salt. Butter Cream
frosting (recipe follows), 1 pacn
age semi-sweet chocolate bits,
Beat eggs thoroughly. Add su
gar gradually, beating until thick
and pale colored. Add vanilla.
Mix and sift flour, baking powder
and salt. Gently fold into egg mix
ture, blending well. Pour into 10 x
il5 inch cake pan that has been
greased and lined with waxed pa
per that has also been greased.
Bake in a moderately hot oven of
375 degrees F. for about 12 to 15
minutes. Turn cake out immediate
ly on a towel that has been sprink
led with sifted confectioners su
Kar. Trim edges and roll up. Pre
pare one recipe of butter cream
(frosting. Reserve one-third cup of
frosting for top of cake. To remain-
ng frosting add one-half package
remi-sweet chocolate bits, that
ave been melted over hot water
nd cooled. Unroll cake and spread
Evith chocolate mixture. Reroll and
rost outside of cake with the
vhite frosting. Spell the word
fULE on top of cake with whole
hoeolate bits and sprinkled edges
)f cake with toasted coconut. Make
ne 9-inch cake roll.
Butter Cream Frosting
4 tablespoons butter, 2 cups sift-
rd confectioners' sugar, 18 tea
poon salt, 12 teaspoon vanilla, 2
o 4 tablespoons milk.
Cream butter, sugar, salt and
wanilla thoroughly together. Add
Inilk gradually, beating until mix-
ure is smooth and of spreading
If you are thinking of buying
yourself a new cookbook to help
vith your holiday entertaining, you
won't go wrong with "At Home on
he Range, by Margaret Yardley
'otter (Lippincott, Philadelphia
bd New York, $2.75). The author
Iif this delightful little book of
feood food talk and recipes says
he learned "how to cook and en
tertain the hard way." With a tra
dition of formal Philadelphia party
rood behind her two children, no
ooking experience, and little help
n front of her she learned from
cratch how to prepare some of the
riost delicious, but easiest, of the
Ishes she had Known. When you
work out a way of entertaining so
hat it is no burden to you or your
family, she says, you can give
guests a heartfelt welcome. "At
Home on the Range" lets you into
he author's secrets.
For afternoon or evening holi
day snacks try Mrs. Potter's
Shrimp Pate or her Ham Puffs.
They'll help to make any party a
success. The Shrimp Pate can be
readied beforehand. But encour
age your school or teen age
laughter to talce a hand with Ham
Puffs. If she rehearses their mak
ing Beforehand (let her try them
m the family), she will be so
proud, the day of the party, when
she brings in her handiwork from
the kitchen baked to a golden
brown, delectable to taste, to offer
Ithem to your guests.
Shrimp Pate !Rehmve the black
Iveins from 2 cups of canned or
(cooked shelled shrimps and put
Ithem twice through the fine eut-
ter of the food chopper. Melt orte
lafcrter cup of butter with 1 bruis-
led clove of garlic. Remove the gar
lic and add butter to the shrimps.
IStir in one-quarter cup of tart
mayonnaise, one-half teaspoon salt,
one-quarter teaspoon of black pep
per, and perhaps a few drops Of
Worcestershire sauce and tomato
rttsup. Form 'into a roll, wrap in
wax paper, and let season and
harden overnight in the refrigera
tor. !Ham Puffs mustn't be Vept wait
ing. Mix one-half teaspoon Tf dry
mustard with a 4 ounce can of
deviled ham. Add 'one-half cup of
finely grated Parmesan cheese and
a 'few sraths of Cayenne. Fold into
the stiffly beaten white of 1 egg.
Toast 12 or 15 small rounds of
bread on one side, Heap the tea
spoonfuls of ham mixture on the
toasted side, place on a cooky
sheet, 'and bake 5 minutes in a
450 degrees oven.
Blrths Tncreas In Hong "Kong
!HONG fcbNG - , AP) Hong
Kong's birth rate shows no sighs
of decreasing. There were 1,007
births during the third week of
September as against 240 deaths.
Twelve per cent of the dead were
victims of tuberculosis. Total
deaths from this 'cause since 'the
beginning of the year numbered
i Restaurants first became 'really
popular after the French Revolu
tion when aristocrats could no
longer afford 'great rethraes of
The word "restaurant" was first
applied in America to dining
rooms of the better hotels and to
a few high class a la carte dining
'places. " -'
Yule Roll Cake . . , Centerpiece -Dessert
By Ruth Current
Stale Home Demonstration Agent
Plugging too many electric ap
pliances into one outlet not only
(juts the current and means less
power and dimmer lights; it also
may ovorload the circuit and blow
a fuse,TJural Electrification advi
sors say. It pays to have enough
outlets and to have them con
veniently placed. The time to in
stall them most economically is
when the house is Wired.
With conveniently placed outlets
there will be no need for long ex
tension cords which are not only
unsightly and inconvenient but
Ana may cause trouble if they are
placed so that they may easily be
damaged under a rug, for ex
ample, or in front of a doorway.
Defective cords cause an increas
ing number of trouble calls, the
advisors say. Lightweight cords
become frayed and worn in time
and then are a definite fire hazard.
A simple "reminder" list in the
kitchen will increase your work
efficiency 10 to 20 per cent. Do
not always forget one item the
salt, the pepper, napkins, etc.
when you set the table? Do you
hop up and down all thru the meal
to get forgotten articles? Why not
list everything for breakfast, for
lunch, and for dinner and hang
the lists on the Wtchen wall in a
convenient spot? These reminders
will eliminate much friction and
complaint as the family find that
Dec, 7 Rev. W. Stilly, of
Bridgeton, held services at the
Free-will Baptist church Sunday
morning and Sunday evening.
Mr. Em. Chaplain and Mr.
George Norcom, of Beaufort, spent
a while Sunday with Mr. and M,rs.
W. W- Russell.
Mrs. Riley Norman and Mrs. Sa
rah Norman, of Beaufort, visited
Mrs.-, I. "I. Fodrie Sunday after
noon. Mr. Joe Hardy spent a while last
week with Mrs. C. S. Rogers and
family : .
We all sympathize with Mr. L. L.
"Sprihgle, who is on the sick list
We all sincerely hope he will soon
be much Improved.
Mrs. Violet Whitley, of Newport,
spent the weeltend h6re with rela
Rev. W. Stilly spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Merrill.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Taylor visited
Dec. 7 Mrs. Ruth Eubanks
and daughter, Mabel and! grand
daughter, Bernice spent Thursday
with Mr. and Mrs. John Wal
Mrs. Mary E. Hardy spent last
Thursday with Mrs. Nannie J. Pitt
ma .1 and mother, Mrs. Lizzie Tosto.
Cecil Tosto went to Merrimon
Saturday night to Betty Pitrman's
Mrs. Mary Tosto and son. Elzie
spent Sunday with Mrs. Nannie i
Jane Pittmnn and mother, Mrs. Liz
zie Tosto. They were bulb ls wen
as usual. 1
Mrs. Lem Hardy and Mr. and
Mrs. Lem Hardy, Jr. a.nd daughter,
Linda spent Sunday in Morehe'ad.
Mr. Hardy is a paiiem in l he hos
pital. We hope and pray he will
soon be better.
Mr. and Mrs. John Wallace spent
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Spiingle Sun
The Women's Home Demonstra
tion club will have their Christ
mas party Monday night, Decem
ber 13, with Mr. and Mrs. B. F.
Copeland. Each member is to bring
a gift to exchange and all mem
bers with her families are urged
Mrs. L. D. Springle, Mrs. Roy
Taylor and Mijss Jessie Powell
were in Beaufort Monday buying
'"hristmas gifts for the Free Will
Baptist Sunday school.
Mrs. G. R. Russell and Mrs. Sa
rah Whitehurst visited Miss Ge
raldine Lewis and family a while
We are all glad thai Mr. J. L.
Morton is improving from the
operation and we all hope he will
continue to improve.
Mrs. Ruth Davis spent Thursday
afternoon with Mrs. C. A. Ellis.
Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Fodrie and
baby, of Camp Glenn, spent Sun
day afternoon here
they no longer have to ask for
What do the children do with
their time In the home? Do they
assist in sharing the home duties?
Children deprived of opportuni
ties for practice in relying on their
efforts may never acquire this
training in later life. The mother
and father with mispent affection
who wear themselves out by doi
everything for the Child are
only making things harder
themselves but are depriving the
child of a chance to learn self-dependence,
'self-reliance, and initiative.
at your grocer
W. P. FREEMAN
ask for f
! By y
FOOD STORES I Jp JjJ 4J jCj I FOOD STORES
DELICIOUS LUCY L0CKETT
2 4S-fc2. cm 13c
LARGE JUICY FLORIDA
iaHPETCftifc "A for 57c
fULL-0 lUtCE FLORIDA
tAH&EfctfS, i t. .. . . 41c
-ANCY NEW 'CROP
ftJEittA tCttAf OES. tin. 27c
SELECTED P6RTO RICAN
WlTAMS itirtil). 5 fos. : 41c
2 balh cakes 29c
REGULAR CAKE 10c
1 WEttVE WITH PORK VAN CAMPS
CCfttt l& cah
SCfN ttAlb 'SEtittteSS
cnECnits, l ib. tax . .... Uc 1
DESSERTS, pkg. .... lie
P tl III C A It S 1 Eclrta Beas, I lUt. cans 27c
HtillJUIUIV Mil VllV
i!iBbVs Vasty .
best for biscuits self-rising
BETTBRYET UlXEt TASTY
Hard Candy, 141 bag. 27c
PLlJjWP TFiNOER ' ' ' '. . i
rnVZZS Gtedttrt?) ISl 67c
8QUARE tUt SHOULDER
tttt CCiST,. li. ....,..L,..V.T 61c
jrulCY' TENDER iV ,:: 1 r-''V'iJ'i1 ;
PICKSCS XSocIeei) lb. Y..: j 51c
No. 12 can 2lc
Spates, Ige. pkg. 35c
(nant'aJwSf ! 1-llk. pkg. 25C
PANCAKE FLdUR .
PZJIZZut. 23-ox pkg 17c
a CwauMHaJSf 2 cskds .. 23c
BLACKEYE PEAS VVITH BACON
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Reuben
Wallace. She has been very sick
but is verting better. Hope she Will
be better again.
Mrs. Woodrow Cannon and
children are spending this weeK
in New Bern HKD, wuh her par
ents, the Midectts.
Ikliand Mrs Willie Pittman Vi
sited Mrs. Mary Tosto 'Wednesday
W. and Mrs. Luke 'Lewis and
daughter, Carrie spent a While
Saturday night with Mrs. Nannie
Z . headquarters of the Soviet military
Mr. and Mrs. William Pittman ajminlstiation
and daughter, Nancy spent Sunday . -
afternoon With his parents, Mr. and London Aids Moscow Zoo
Mrs. Willie Pittman. mm'OW- -(AT) The newest
Mr. and Mis. .--jne .Wallace Shipment of animals, birds and
snakes from the London Zoo to
the Mosccw Zoo are on display
and attracting crowds. The ship
ment - which is p. i t of an ex
change arrangement worked uu
betwcei the London and Moscow
ioos--arrived here lv nlnne from
Leningrad alter eoiuiny on from
London by ship.
Reds Use Hiikr's Zlul
BERLIN -T(AP) The Rus
sia.is, "who have already n-movei
the marble from Hitler's ruincc
Reichschancellery, are now tuk.n.
its steel ceiling struts.
The pink marble from chancel
lery walls and granite frjm it
foundations went Into c6nstrUetio.
of huge Red Army war memorials
The steel ls to be used in construe
tioa of a theater at Karlsshorsi,
The heaviest known matcrhlt
are metals, but some metals are
among the lightest known materials.
Water flows Into the Medlter-
ranean from both the Atlantic and
the Black seas to make good losses
spe it Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Kathleen Hardy spent Sat
urday night and Sunday with Ja
Mi. and Mrs. Luke Lewis went
to Beaufort Monday. Mrs. Lewis
came back and Mr. Lewis Went to
Stacy to visit relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pittman and
son, Nelso.i, of Beaufort, spent
Sundav with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Floyd Hardy.
Mr. Joshu:i Hardy visited is
mother. Mrs. Lizzie Toslo Sunday
Mrs. Johnnie Cannon ar.d son,
Dormie spent Wednesday after-
sister, Mrs. Ruth Eubanks and also nnon with her mother, Mrs. Willie
Mi's Nannie, Jane I'ittmnn. ynd Pittman
; CRESSED & DELIVERED
I Cull on us tpdajr If
, you want inform.
( lion on fihin boats
for charter or an or-
drr of dressed fish
Chuck Boast, lb.
Short Ribs, lb. ..
Shoulder Chops, lb. 65c
Ilalive Hams, lb. 57c
End Roast, lb 43c
Picnics, lb 45c
FRYERS, lb 68c
DRESSED AND DRAWN
NATIVE HENS, lb 62c
GRAPEFRUIT (46s) 5 for 29c
DELICIOUS APPLES, 2 lbs 29c
!, lb. 23c
!, 2 lbs. 25c
CARROTS; 2 bunches 17c
CELERY, large stalk 15c
CABBAGE, lb. 3c
C0C0A1IUTS. 2 lbs 19c
TOMATOES, lb 25c
GAAPE5, 2 lbs 25c
I i.""' " --
V ..c "
3 Cau $1.19
Swift's Bland Lard
... ..... mj$m
40c S2:4S IF&VIWV
Home Style Sabilwich Regular Pan 1
MARVEL BREAD l& ISc tj
a-b.UUalaaak.aaai ' I"'
Smooth Jar JjQ
Every Day Values At A&P
PEANUT BUTTER crery:
ORANGE JUNCE . ..ttT
N I B LETS BRAND CORN
JCAYlj1t6 lona Vellow Cling
'rCAvnCj Sliced or Halvei
DCArJ Pork and Tom. Sauce
TOMATO SOUP c-mpteir.
CHEESE Mlld Americn
Armour's Canned Meats
TREtt. .. .......... 49c
CORNED BEEF HASH
CHILI CON CARNE .
POTTED MEATS ....
VIENNA SAUSAGE . .
LUNCH TONGUE . . .
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