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Making a chewy candy isn't any complicated affair with this
recipe. It's simple enough so teen-agers can eqjoy both making It
and eating it.
By MISS LOUISE
One of the best things about the
holidays are the good things there
?re to eat. And Colonial and A&P
Stores in Beaufort and Morehead
City are chocked full of tempting
Five dollars at Colonial this
weekend will buy a 5-pound fryer,
a 28-ounce jar of apple butter,
pound of pecans, four grapefruit,
2 pounds margarine, two packages
Qf eight buttermilk biscuits (total
16), 2 pounds pole beans, 6 10
qunce packages of frozen corn,
quart of cucumber chip pickles,
2 cans applesauce, and two 4
Ounce cans of Vienna sausage.
For $5 at A&P this weekend you
can buy 8 pounds oranges, 10
pounds irish potatoes, pound of
walnuts, 2 pounds dried beans,
two stalks celery, 3 pounds short
ening and a 3-pound chuck roast.
By making out a shopping list,
you can take advantage of all the
dollar-saving prices at Colonial
and A&P. Just refer to the food
ads in this section of the paper.
DtfMT that teenifcw flTyour fltti-"
ily have problems making out her
Christmas gift list? Or are you
stumped as to what to give Jun
ior's favorite teacher? Here is a
delicious recipe for homemade
caramels. The Candy would be a
welcome gift (or anyone.
Light Mat Caramels
Ingredients: 1 cup sugar, 1 cup
light corn syrup, 1 cup light cream.
V> cup butter or margarine. 1 cup
chopped walnuts or pecani, 1 tea
Method: Place sugar, corn syrup
cream and butter in a large ( about
3 quarts) heavy saucepan; mix
well. Cook over moderate heat,
When the mixture begins to "car
amelise", lower the heat and cook
stirring constantly, to 244 degrees
on a candy thermometer; or until
a teaspoonful of the mixture, when
dropped into a cup of very cold
water, forms a firm ball that does
not flatten when it ii removed
from the water.
Stir in the nuts and vanilla. Pour
into one corner of a lightly but
tered cake pan ? by 8 by 2 inches)
allowing the mixture to flow and
level of its own accord. Allow to
stand until cold.
Turn (la bloek of candy onto a
cut with a sharp
knife. Wrap earamels individually
in waxed paper. Makes. about IK
Chocolate Nat Caramels: Follow
recipe for light Nut Caramels, ad
ding 1 square (1 ounce) unsweet
ened chocolate after mixture has
reached boilinf point.
Kitchen Cue: When frying eggs,
dust a little flour in your skillet.
This will prevent the fat from
popping out on your floor or stove.
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Men Kill 250-Pound Bear
Sam J. Conner, right, Clyde S. Taylor, center, and Preston Taylor, wh? took the picture, killed this 250
pound black bear Saturday. On the left is Clyde Allen Conner, Mr. Conner's son.
Atlantic Juniors Make
$125 on Class Play
By KVELVN HARRIS
Hi, I'm back after a couple of
weeks of absence and with a wee
bit of news from AHS.
After the Thanksgiving holidays,
students are ready to settle down
and get to work. Pencils are being
pushed and chalk dust is in the
The junior class took in $125 on
their play, Where's Laurie? A lot
of compliments were given and
Jpr those who didn't see the play,
tfcey missed a very good perform
The first Beta Club meeting was
held last week. Officers were
elccted. They are as follows. Iris
Salter, president; Phyllis Gaskill,
and Anita Brown. As yet a trca
surer has not
bean elected. At
tbe next meet
ing the Beta
Club will di?
cuss the initia
ted Ot n ? w
seems to be en
joying the con
teit*. With the co-operation of ev
eryone this will be one of the best
Kl?p AHB has ever had. Score
keeper this year is Evelyn Harris
and timekeeper it David Hammer.
And now the moment the seniors
at AHS have been waiting for.
They've all been wanting to know
when they would be interviewed.
Well this week I've started, and
each week from now on, look for
Miss or Mr. Senior of AHS.
Miss Senior this week is Patri
cia Fulcher Pat was born April
13, 1941. She stands 5 feet 5V4
inches tall and weighs 120 pounds
She is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Homer Fulcher of Stacy. Pat
has been very active ia school
Here are some of the clubs and
activities she has participated in:
ninth, FHA, .Glee Club, 4-H; tenth,
class secretary, Beta Club, FHA,
4-H. Glee Club. basketbaU; elev
enth, basketball, Beta Club, 4-H,
junior play; twelfth. Beta Club,
senior play. Glee Club, 4-H offi
cer, bus driver, senior class presi
dent, member of student council.
She was voted cutiest in llie senior
Her favorites are food? chicken,
drink? milk, record ? Smote Gets
in Your Eyes, singers?' The Plat
ters, type of music? Mal-classi
cal, favorite hang-out? home, pas
time?listening to the radio, color
? blue, subject ? world geography.
Movie? Legend of the Lost, ac
tor?Jeff Chandler, actress ? Sophia
She plan s to become a high
Boswell. Okla. (AP) ? Bob Sons
has a pet Angora goat with an un
usual thirst ? for soda pop.
"Look what Santa left at our house!",
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Sam Browne's Gone
Denver, Colo. (APj ? The Sam
Browne belt is i thing of the past
as far as Denver patrolmen are
concerned. Used by patrolmen here
for more than a quarter of a cen
tury, the Sam Brownes were or
dered removed by Safety Manager
Ed Geer. Instead, a single strap
now holds up th? patrolmen's pants
Schod Aid* Needy Families
fnolu t?> t>uu ovyuui uv
Students at Morehead City llifih Schofc participated (art wCek in Feed A-Famlly Wm*. ?pons?r**' by
the Hi Y Club. Here some of the club members sort o?t t>e groceries to go to the various families Pic
tured, left to right, Bill Foi. Charles Lynch, Walter Morris, Reginald Adams, jimes Guthrie, Lynwood
Durham, Jim Swann, John Morton, Truman Kemp and club advisor Charles Wooten.
Dec. 3 ? The Rev. Willie Stilley,
of Bridgeton, will fill his regular
appointment in the Baptist Church
Mrs. Luna Russell arrived home |
after a visit with her sister, Mrs.
Clyde Mathias, in Currituck.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Jackson I
spent the Thanksgiving holidays |
in Raleigh with their childreo.
Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Fodrio and I
children of Newport, spent Sunday |
afternoon with his mother, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Russell of
Lennoxville, visited his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Russell,
Mr. Jim Skinner and Mrs. Ruby
Norman attended the Pamlico
union meeting in Bridgeton Chris
tian Church, Saturday, as dele
Quite a crowd from here attend- 1
ed the union meeting at Mill Creek |
Cary Grant, the film star, once I
operated men's haberdashery]
shops in New York and Hollywood.
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