ing 2-Day Meeting
i deation of Asheville held a
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CHOCOLATE TIER CAKE
teaspoons sifted flour.
!i- teaspoon baking powder.
'4 teaspoon salt.
a4 cup sifted sugar.
4 egg whites, stiffly beater..
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Redeemer, Craggy; l. (lurch 01
'L Messiah, -Murphy.
g.lvp K. K. Gribbon, of the West
f,n Carolina Diocese, who was in
ji'hinston, sent his regrets over not
Willi: present for the meeting.
jne visiting delegates and rectors
,fre di'.eitained over night in the
k4)nu,s of the members of Grace
At 1 0 clock at noon on ed-
the visitors were tendered a
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jur.cheon in the fansh House.
Long In Name, But
Rather Short In Size
ftiUv have arrested the shortest
jar. with the longest name ever to
intii contact with the law in
g:;h Point, they claim.
He is George rapapheotrauston.
Ai is less than five feet tall and
frifhs ll5 pounds. He was arrested
Ui trespass and disorderly conduct. ,
4 egg yolks, beaten until
J teaspoon vanilla.
- squares unsweetened
:li cup cream, whipped.
Sift flour once, mt:i..m-..
1 ing iiowder and salt, and sift tovth-
I er three times. Fold sugar gradually
j into egg whites. Eold in egg yolks
and vanilla. Fold in Hour ,r,..,.i,,.,ii,.
Then beat in chocolate, gently but
thoroughly. Turn into 15x 10-mc'h pan
which has Incn greased, lined with
paper to within inch of edge, and
j "Rain greased. Rake in hot oven 4tlil
:degs. F.) l;i minutes, or until ,lnn.
1 Quickly cut oil" crisp edges of cake
arm turn out on damp cloth on rack;
1 film ..I.. . .......... n't ,
i"1"'" iiier. w nen coia, cut in
half lengthw ise. thi'Tl iniM.i
Spread three of quarters evenly with
wnippeu cream, sweetened and flav
ored with vanilla; put together as a
four-layer cake, matching edges and
placing plain layer on top. Spread
top and sides with chocolate frosting
tut in -inch slices and serve as a
dessert. Serve 8.
Signs for F. D. R.
Gretn Corn Cake
cups fresh green corn
1 teaspoon salt.
Cut corn from ears,
until light. Add to the
the salt. Stir all together
par.. When hot
ture m spoonfuls into the hot lard.
Keep them far enough apart so they
may be turned easily. Fry until
brown. Turn and brow n on , H... ::,)..
into a cold frying
irop the corn mix
SAVORY MEAT CASSEROLE
Grind together 1 wound round. st. .i L
1-2 cup stale bread, 1 stalk celery oi
a lew grains ot ce erv salt! :m,i i
slice onion. Add 1 teaspoon sale. 1 1-4
pepper, I -. teaspoon nutmeg, and 1
gg w.ll beaten; mix thoroughly
Cash Grocery Co.
HAZE L W 001) - M A IN STREET
2 Boxes 25c
PAL. MO LIVE SOAP
4 Cakes 25c
Wash Cloth FREE
Corn Flakes . . .2 for 15c
lrr Hran Flakes ,yc
Youngest person ever appointed
to the position, pretty Jeanne
Kavanagh, 20-year-oId Iowa girl
was recently delegated to sign the
president s name to the thousands
of routine documents which re
quire nis signature each year.
shape into an ovai loaf, and place in
a casserole or IriLin., .
diiall carrots lengthwise, peel six
onions and place both j the dish with
the meat. Add 1 qt. boiling water.
eovir tightly and cook very slowly
over the suiuiner bnriiiT in
slow oven or in a tireless cooker for
aliout .; hours he no 1", mi,.,.,..--
:he meat may be cooked uncovered in
the oven, to brown it. Also at tins
time add teaiisoon salt and 1-S
teaspoon pepper to the gravy. When
ready to serve . place the loaf on a
hot platter ami arrange the vegetables
Tablespoon flour mixed with 1 table-.
qxMin butter and pour around the
Quick Bran Nut Bread
.'! cups bread flour.
1 teaspoon soda.
- cups unsifted bran.
lV teaspoon salt.
cup shopped nuts.
1 tablespoon melted lard.
- cups m:lk.
iMft together flour.
Stir m bran and nuts
lasses, lard egg. and
quid into dry mixture. I'our into
greased loaf pan and bake one and
one-half to two hours in a moderately-slow
oven ("L!5 degs. F.)
sal', arid soda.
nnlk. Stir li-
Here Are Just a Few!
2. . 15 c
SNOWDRIFT 6 ' m
B EANS 'ona With Pork 1 -lb. Can 5 c
SOAP Camay or Palmolive 3 Cakes " 7C
Corn FLAKES iiogg s 3 Pkgs 20
Corned BEEFrmour's N-ican 1 9c
KETCHUP Std. Quality 14 oz. Bot. 1 Oc
COCOA 'ona Brand 8-oz. Can 5C
CRISCO 3 lb. Can 59c
DRESSING Ann Page SaladJ-Pt. Jar j Oc
JELLO or Royal Gelatin Dessert Pkg. 5C
Sparkle 4 Pkgs. 17c
CAKE FLOUR Package 27c
Swansdown or Pillsbury's
JUICE Standard Grapefruit Ho. 2 Can Oc
lona Stringless 2 "o.2Cans "j 5C
MAXWELL House Coffee Pound 29c
COFFEE Pound 23C
. ' Act Vftiif AjC-P 7VTanacr
'RETAIL VALUE) v About This Week's Contest
' New 'Manhattan Salad
1 iaekage lemon gelatine.
1 pint warm water.
I tablespoon vinegar.
'j teaspoon salt .
1 cup tart, "apples, dieed.
eup walnut meats, tinelv broken.
I eup eelerv, dieed.
Dissolve gelatine in warm water,
Add vinegar and ''salt'. 'I'our thin
layer in mold, t'hill until firm. Coin
bine apples, and C4 lei , and plaee in
mold. Add remaining gelatine. Chill
until' linn: I'mnoM on erisn b'tiuee.
SeiAi' with mayonnaise. Serve S.
lianaua lia arian ( ream
1 paekage lemon gelatine,
1 pint warm water.
1 4 teaspoon salt.
''a cup heavy cream.
Dissolve gelatine in warm water.
Add salt and-sugar.. Chill until cold
and , syrupy 1 Fold in cream, whinnod
only until thick ami shiny, but not
stitr, '('rush bananas to, pulp with
silver fork and fold at. mice -into gel
atine mixture. Chill until ''slightly
thickem-d. Turn into moll, ('hill
until linn. I'nfoll.. Serve with, tart
sauce. Serve N.
( 1 dozen, medium sized .
fi tables)oons lard,
l euj) boiling water.
1 cup flour.
'-a teaspoon salt.
Melt lard in boiling water. Stir in
(jUickly . the tiour sifted with salt.
Cook until the mixture form's .a mass
which i. clears edges of pan, Ui'tiiove
from fire and beat in eggs, one at a
time, blending thoroughly. Drop by
large spoonfuls on greased baking
sheet and put in a hot oven, "425 degs,
F.; for 15 minutes, then reduce heat to
;I50 degs. F. ami continue baking 4)
to 45 minutes or until thoroughly
dried out inside.
When cool, cut a slit in one side
arid insert cream filling or whipped
cream, flavored to. taste with vanilla
and powdered sugar. Sprinkle surface
with powdered sugar or ice .with
chocolate powdered sugar icing.
C'KK.VMKl) DKIKJl 11KKI' IN
- cups milk
J; pound dried beef
-1 tablespoons tl u r
'' tablespoons buMvr.
.Melt butter in skillet. Add dried
beef (shredded) and cook until edg
start to crisp. Stir m tlour. Add milk
and cook until thickened, stirring con
( lit tops oil" popovers.- Fill with
creamed meat. Replace top and serve
1 cup tlour
't teaspoon sab
I cup milk
1 teaspoon melted butter.
Sift llmir and salt. Add mi k and
eggs beaten together, then melted but
ter. Ileal entire mixture vigorously
with an egg-beater. 'I'our into hot
greased popover. pans. Kake m hot
oven ( 125 !'.) about I.", minutes, until
th-y have'-popped, then redihe the
heat. ;.i :!oi) K. ami continue Uiking
I'OI'MOI.S Al ; K All N
Put a layer of parboiled poiatoi
in a greased baking dish, then a layi
ol grated. -or very small pieces ot
cieese. Season with salt and pepper
Continue uiiti! all potatoes are used
ending u if h a layer of chee-e. Ad
!::!! . vam sati(e nearly to ton, laki
until cheese is-meitod and brow n eitusj
has formed on the ton.
I 1 1 1 I K TU AVKI.1.K 1'IK
1;(4. vups' soft. yu.at Hour
!') tabli'spoons lard
I ! easpoon salt
S or 'apple-,, paled and.-.sliced .
1 cup sugar
1 1 teas ii einnanion.
Sift, tlour and salt. 'tit in .short
ening. Add water to form still' dullgli.
Roll out 1-S ineli thick. Kill -'deep cas
sarole with layers of apples spiinkb',)
with '...sugar and cinuti no.n. I'lace pin
chitiiiH'V. ii- : ,pei fiiiiiKd, or egg
run in middle i ,, Mm -t i rii ,i ., ,,,(
permit tsteani.. to os. ape. HhuI '.edge
with strip of (last ry, ilampeiieil. (.'over
pi'1 vith top crust, .er'imping .. edges
and s rips together. Ifii-ke in modi -rate
oven ( :;7.' F) about 15 mniuiis.
Go to Church Sunday
I-1 liS I I ' K I IS I H T M K I A N ( 1 1 1 K ( H
," I.. M. Rich-
at 11 1
1 cup milk.
. . lh cup suga r. .
2 tablespoons cornstarch.
1 teaspoon .vanilla.
') teaspoon salt.
Mix sugar,, cornstarch, and salt.
Stir in hot milk and cook until thick.
Remove from stove. Stir in slightly
beaten eggs arid cook for a few min
utes longer: sti ri irig constantly. Cool.
Ir R. V. Walker,
'Church school at !: 15
Depar tments for all ace's. '
The niiliister will preach
( tld and young I rie.nds and Strang
ers are cordially invited to' attend this
worship service of God's house. :
Young. p(Mjple's meetirig at 7:,'l().
Mubweek service of prayer and
praise Wednesday at 8 p. m.
"Grace Church in the .Mountains,'
Rev. Albi rt New, Rector.
Sunday, September 2fith
H A. M. Holy Communion for iMh
Sunday after Trinity
10 A. M. Church school.
11 A. M. The Rector will preach.
Everybody cordially invited.
Sweet Potato Cr(Kuetts
2 cu ps I s weet potat oes. . '
'j teaspoon salt.
!4 teaspoon cinnamon,
2 eggs, wl! b-i,ten.
2 tablespiHms milk.
. Sifted bread crumbs.
Press hot potatoes through a ric.er.
Beat in the eggs, sak and cinnamon.
Let cool partially. Form into shape
of cylinders and rol in crumbs, then
dip in. slightly beaten egg -which has
been diluted with milk. Roll again
I in crumbs. Fry in hid lard (375 dgs.
1 F.) until brown.
ST. JOHN'S ( ATHDI.fC ( HI R( II
Rev. Howanl '. I. ine, Pastor1;
Mass at 1 1 A- -M. wit-h beneliction
of the. Bbjssed Sacramerit immediately
FIRST M. K. III R( If, SOI TH
R. S. Trueiale. Pastor.
Sunday school at !:45 A. M., Hugh
J' Sloan, general 'superintendent.-.:'
Preaching at 11 A. M. and H P. M.
Fpworth League at 7 P. M.
WAYNES VILLFM5APTIST ( HI R( H
II. AV. Baucom, Pastor.
Regular services next Sunday.
!:45 Sunday school.
1 1:00 Morning worship. .
(J:15 B. T. V.
8:00 Evening worship. '
Come worship with us.
READ THE ADVERTISEMENTS
Everything for Fall
Tl fllTR Roll Call, 24 lbs 83c
riAUlv Yukon's Best, 24 lbs. 1.1 5
SANTO COFFEE, 2 lbs 38c
LARD, 8 lb. carton 97c
Bakers Cocoa ;;;;;;; j
CORN FLAKES, 2 for .... . ...15c
C h MDDCI I 'C Tm' SP. 'I lr . 2-c
IrililrDtLL o ?;'""a'" ,1ui''-- ' "
"rk & Ueans, ; fr .... 25c
Peanut Butter j) g
KNOX JELL, 5 for 25c
(Six Flavors) I
KKLISH SPKKADS ..
( AKKS. . .
4 rw ;23c lvi
KM AJiLlllildlRJ f ill i
KVJ.j rjr.iu j.i v.i i if
20c 'r;ut''e' ('iia- rr
lion All For )DC
SEE US FOR PRODUCE
NATIVE MEATS . YES
Meats Come High At The Best
For (hat reason, you are interested, and we are con
cerned that you should be iven the best values possible.'
W estern meats are always 'available in our markets,
and for those who can afford the price, are to be recom
mended. Native meats as we buy and handle them how
ever, make it possible for us to -give you good meats at
reason:! hl nnVnj Thin ,..,f..i ..i....:.. ..
- r. . . i in.! ii'iunn uiiciui ncitriiuii im
our. part. Also honest representation on the part of our
mi'iil nil l(ru
Among otjier reasons, we like to handle native meats
because the money goes to our neighbors. It stays in
Western North Carolina. It helps our farmers.
VALUE - QUALITY - SANITATION
E. RAV'S S(M$
JM FOOD STORE
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