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THE WAYNE&VTLLE MOUNTAINEER
The
Everyday
Counselor
By
IIKKllKRT SHAI1GH. U. !).
Why Not Try Yuletide Smorgasbord?
FR,DAY. DEc
follow
liilrodUt e i! w 1th
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S liut ale nil guiilg to get out
of ti.e roiiiiag ( lu iiti.ids SedSiiii'.'
i Ubt l lie wind ".-.earon" advisedly,
as Clii i;t ma- lias lung been inert!
tlian jii;t a one day i rlt-hi ution
Fur i tiiiiiiif- Uie t'lii irtian i-liui cli
has t i o. laiiiinl ii as a season
Ttmfe rl.uiiiies Hlluli
llld l ti.li . !l Vt-JI
I lie h..u AiUttit
aralim!. Tt,t n tullo tl,e Chll-.t-niu-
.-La-in lioiu lVif uiLtt-r 24 to
Ki.iil;.:i , J-iiiiuiv ; The toiumer
Cial t inL'lLi-i' eai Ii e.u lOrouieiii'e
a lilt If tin lu r. Many (Oiiiinuiiitie
opened il.t-ii' i oiiiiiiei i i al t'liri-tina
season tli
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Lillbiai.l .,
llei koniil:.
e-1 v.ii it l
our l. it ii.!
mas i- ai-.
a liiiji ni
ctleLi ai urn
i ;. t :ir iK t'tiiv Thanks-
-i , radio, magazine and
n el Ii i-mnit-. have heell
u In I'lii i li:i-i the ijivat
nt ( lii'Mimi-. gilt 5 for
and liiwii one-i. Cluisl
i in 1 1 iiujI becoming
holiday parln'S, dances,
haiiOiii-H. intetins-
for di-l rihiitiuii ui bonuses to cin
plowe t I.-.
Tin- ( In i linn cliurvh r- di- pcr
atilv tiii.xii.-i;' in lii.d a place in
tin- iniill 1 1 1 1 1 1 d ii'o",i am till' il- call
to nit n aiul uoiiu n tn seek a toller I
Jilait- Ini Chi i t in tin ir lues, and j
to tiling tlieniM -Ives in t ii lit- with'
Alinltjhty GoJ, their Maker.
Just recently I tame upon a
striking illustration ot the purpose
of Christmas. The Duke Power
Company, which serves the I'aro
linas with eleetric-itv has jn-t
opened a tl eluellitou- neU sleam
the 1 eaeratiny plant near Slu Ibv. . I'
1 heir steam plants, ot whiih till:
15 the latest addition, are dtrigiitd
to supplimeiit the power provided
by their water plant, hit and on
the Ciawba riiver
A lueiitl who is familiar with.
jlhe operation of llie-e plant-, Uiltl J
ine how a power plain is put iii'n
I operation so that tile povVt-r wluili!
, it pent-rales can be i lianiieieil safe
j I into existing poutr line- which
j are already earning electricity. It ;
lis not simply a matter nl ihiowim'. i
a switch, or pushing a button, It -inore
rnmplicated than that lata
any piece of machinei y. the t It -I'll
ic generators must be started
i?i '.-(dually.
The operator in charge of the
generators watches his instrument
panel. fust he looks to sic the
number of cycles of eleclricily be
in;: carried on the existing lines.
When the number of cycles til elec
tricity being produced by the gen
erators under his control, reaches
Ky CECILy BROWNSTONE
A:,.a)ria.ted Press Food Editor
.Many ijood t-ooka, I've n diced,
stem to have an awful time trying
to decide what's to (jo on the menu
aloiii" with the main course and
deistrt for a bit; holiday dinner.
They find it easy enough to c-honse
ttie meat whether it's turkey,
itiitken, duck or ham and tl.e
dessert, usually pie, pudding, or
ice cream. Hot when it tomes to
the nrat course, the vegetables, and
the salad, I hey re in a quandary.
Heiv are some suggestions.
tins year m our family, we've
been coaibimnt! the main course
belore a big dinner with the salad.
that gives u; a lot of latitude. We
bin row the idea of serving Matjes
heinng from a Scandinavian
Smui ga-bord but lots of other
; Kinds of fish will do: tuna, sar-jdine-,
anchovies. Stuffed eggs
I with a woiiderlul homemade
I mayonnaise and maybe liver pate
I we iai,e troiii the French; tissue
ihii) slue-; of ham or spicy salami
In. m the Italian--. And of course
lots of greens go along romaiue
jand waltrcre-s are especially ap
piupnate. if you can get them.
Olive--. Mirks of fennel and car
rot, rath lie-, tuinalo wedges,
tups of green pepper are all good
to clioo-e.
I Kcently acquired one of tl
convenient and beautiful g,lass
bullies, m.uked to hold just the
right proportion of oil and vine
gar, -o now we till it and pass it
witu tins combination first-course
aujjiwuuiaMM
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MAKE
n&LJLjr-mm meal a nisf,
Swansduwn 23i Lb.
CAKE FLOUR .... boxgc
Haker's
CHOCOLATE
8-Oz. Bar
42
CHRISTMAS TREE SALAD
5-I.b.
Cake
AW P A f ; E STRAWBERRY"
f A.MPIiELL'S TOMATO
ION A Sl.lt ED OR HALVES
PkgS.
16-Oz.
Can
14-Oz.
Cans
No. 22
Can
PRESERVES
AW I'At.i: GELATIN DESSERT
SPARKLE . .
Mil l) AM) MELLOW COFFEE
8 O'CLOCK
OCEAN SPRAY CRANBERRY
SAUCE
f A.MPIiELL'S Ti
JUICE
IONA SLICED O
PEACHES
RAJAH SilKIDDFI)
COCOANUT .
CH S1FR
RAISINS . . .
FINE GRAM I..UII)
SUGAR . . . .
PACK IRS LABEL (Sections)
GRAPEFRUIT .
WHITEHOl SF MILK
Evaporated . 3
TLB. BOX ASSORTED
CHOCOLATE CANDIES .
2-I.B. ROX ASSORTFD
CHOCOLATE CANDIES .
5-LB. BOX ASSORTED
CHOCOLATE CANDIES . ,
l-LB.
Chocolate Covered Cherries
GUM DROPS
CHOCOLATE DROPS . . .
1.1 R DiriTtrr
Christmas MixedCandy . .
Tall
Cans
tlie same reading on the iiistiu
j nicnl panel, he throws the switch
j and Hie power from his plant Hows
! easily into the existing power on
Hie line,. If tnis isn't tlom- c;,,'e
! fi'l'v. it the number of cycles in
; tlie two electric currents is not
Hie samt-. an explosion occurs
somewhere along the lino and valu
; able i (iiipmcnt is damaged,
j Christmas should be tin- one time
in the year when men and women
brin'lhemselves in tune with their
uiani-i , n smiuKi can us to cure-
till and extensive spiritual prepar
ation, to throw open our hearts, to
familiarize ourselves with all the
Hible tells us about Christ, Whose
birth We are celebrating. By such
means our lives become in tune
with Him, and the Prince of Peace
brings llis power of peace in out
lives. This lakes time. Aiy you
willing to Rive if Is Christ going
to be in the center of your Chist-mas?
salad. If you keep your oil and
vinegar in seKl,ate (able bottles
just pafs tho-e, of course.
.Another way with a lirst-coursp-and-salad
is to couple fruit anil
vegetables and serve with a flood
French drcssim;. If ymt can pet
peisiiiiiiioiis you'll find lluv are
delicii os wilh crisp celery and
lettuce. If you've always teamed
avocado with orant'e or fiaiiefruil
try it sometimes Willi diced red
apple-IcaviiiK the apple skins
on. lu each of these siiiusestions,
you'll notice, btaiitl soft texture is
used with sunietliint criso and
crunchy. And all benefit!
When il comes to efet.-ihleu
we departed from t radii ion this i
year and served braised celery in
place of the usual creamed onions.
And was it euiid! Il was my sister
Howena's inspiration nnd she cut
each celery head in about six
leiinthwi-o pieces, carefully cut
ling thioiieli and preservinj,' a
piece of the heart along wilh each
cluster of stalks. Then she sim
mered the celery in rich homo
made beef broth, iind filially
doused it in a dressing of olive
oil. herb vinegar, salt and finely
crushed garlic. F.veii the custom
bound male members of our fam
ily loved il!
When it comes to a menu for
tlie inevitable supper of cold left
over ham or turkey we like noth
ing belter than plain fluffy
. Company for supper
mashed potatoes, green peas may
be, and a molded salad. Plenty
good enough for company, this
menu, especially if you make the
salad pictured. Heroes the recipe.
Hospitality . . . .
Southern Style
JELLIED CHRISTMAS TREE
SAL.AD
Ingredients: 2 envelopes unflav
dred gelatin, 1 cup cold water, 1 1 l
( lips hot water, 1 can jellied cran
berry sauce, 3 tablespoons lemon
juice. U teaspoon salt, 1 cup fine
ly chopped cabbage, 1 cup diced
celery.
Method: Soften gelatin in the 1
cup cold water. Add hot water, stir
unlil gelatin is dissolved. Crush
cranberry sauce, lemon luice and
salt: beat with a rotary egg boat
er until smooth. Chill until mix
ture is the consistency of unbeaten
egg whiles. Turn half of mixture
into 9 x 9-inch or 8 x 8-inch pan.
Chill until almost firm. To re
mainder, fold in cabbage and cel
ery: cover fust layer of clear gela
tin. To serve, uniiiold on platter.
Cut paper pattern of Christmas
tree, place on gelatin; cut around
pattern with knife, Remove gela
tin that has been cut away from
tree design. Then cut this gelatin
into pieces and nil., into hat
cups to serve as salads around
tree. Soften one-half of a three
ounce package of cream cheese
with one teaspoon milk put
through pastry tube in five rows of
scallops on tree to represent gar
lands. Serve with mayonnaise
dressing. Makes 10 servings.
Bakers 4-Uz. Box c?n V
COCOANUT 2 for 35c ORANGE SLICEsJ
4-Oz. Box
CANDlPd
wiocotate DroPs. X
STICK CANDY
Chocolate Ch
nerrieslb.1
Dixie Crystal
SUGAR
5 lb. bag 45c
Hershcy's
COCOA
lb. box O fl c
Del Monte
RAISINS
15 oz. pkg. J JTc
NUTS
Brazil lb. 37,
Walnuts lb.
Stewart
Pecans .. lb.
Mixed
Nuts
lb.
35(
33
39
4X S U G A R
OR BROWN
2 lbs. 23
I-ilihy's 2'j C,
Peaches
lElli
3 Boxes J
MayoMciJ
Pint 4?
AP Newsfeatures
Pibbsbury
FLOUR
10 lb. Bag QQc
Minute
TAPIOCA
8-oz. Box JQc
" ' Blue Bird
Orange Juice
46-oz. Can 23c
Vegetable Mold
Ingredients: 1 package lemnn
gelatin, 1!2 cups hot tomato juice.
2 tablespoons cider vinegar, 1 cup
finely diced celery, li4 cups shred
ded cabbage, 1U cups grated car
rot, 1-2 cup finely diced green pep
per, 1 teaspoon salt.
Method: Sprinkle gelatin into
hot tomato juice in saucepan and
-stir until thoroughly dissolved.
Add vinegar and stir well. Cool.
When mixture begins to set add
celery, cabbage, carrot, green pep
per, salt and fold in. Turn into 6
individual molds and chill until
set. 6 servings.
IB can
SMOKING
PRINCE ALBERT
8-oz. Can 43c
16-oz. Can 79c
CIGARETTES
Carton $.43
GREEN GIANT
17-Oz.
Can
2! i
irisco
No7l Piiiir
Can
C
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.M
MIC l II.I1C1U
" "-, niui ueiectaDte let Cream
you've ever twted! It'f made only of
dtlyfrtb whole milk and daily fresh
weec cream!
Buy Princess Pet Ice Cream
. your dealer's, today! It's a real
Holiday treat!
Four popular staodird flavors -Van ilia.
Sjlte ItS"y. Buttered Pec.o
SirAn tl' MoRoyl fruit
SupreafuU of delicious Holid Fruiul
j9
pwr
'V
Rolled Cookies
Ingredients; l- cups sifted all
purpose flour, 1 teaspoon baking
powder, 15 teaspoon salt, !, cup
siionentng, 1 cup sugar. 1 tea
spoon grated orange rind, 1 egg
finely chopped pecan nutineats.
Method: Put flour li:.Winr
, i-ziivr
uer and salt into sifter. Cream
snortenine add tmnr
.,, ..vu, mm CU1K1-
nue creaming, alone wilh ni-ar,0
mi, until tight and fluffy. If -electric
mixer is used for creaming
add egg unbeaten and beat well
if not beat egg well separately with
rotary beater, add to creamed mix
lurc and beat thoroughly. Sift in
nry ingredients firadually. mixing
as you do so. Chill dough. Turn
dough onto prepared pastry cloth
or lightly floured board and roll
thin With stockinet -covered rolling
pin. 1 Hub flour into stocking k
fore rolling). Sprinkle with finely
chopped pecan nutmeats and bake
on greased cooky sheet in a slof
1350 P.) oven for about 8 to 10
minutes. Remove and cool
Makes about 3 dozen.
Great Northern
DRIED BEANS
2 lbs.
SALMON . 59
SANTO COFFEE
3 lb. Bag $.15
PURE
LARD
4 lb. Ctn ggc
Clifton
CRANBEE
SAUCE
1 G-oz. Can Jr
OceanSpnfj
CRANBE
SAUCE
2 Cans Yi
VI
IT
Tomato Dressing
Ingredients: 1 ten-and-one-half-ounce
can condensed tomat
1 cup salad oil, y, cup cider vine-
uar, 1 teaspoon Worcestershire
sauce, 1 teaspoon sugar, 1 teaspoon
mustard, 1 teaspoon salt, 1 peeled
b.ic ciove, 1 tablespoon finely
grated onion.
Method: Put thp MnitanuI
..i-j . . 'u "f .
ciaer vinegar, Worcester
shire sauce, sugar and mustard into
a quart tar. Put .tit ....
- - riim game
clove on a double-thirit nw.
waxed paper an mash and crush
with heavy wide blade of a knife
until garlic is disintegrated. Add
to dressing along, with onion. Shake
well and refrigerate. Shake thor
oughly -fo IVVJU-&1 u-
fore uslag. Makes about 2?4 cups.
CHOICE
MEATS
Box 23c
Table Dressed
Hens
TENDERIZED
CURED HAMS
Half or Whole
'c lb.
57
WcoupononpacKa
BLUE BONNET AA
NUCOA
OLEO
3 Jc POUND
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MEDIUMS
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