rAGZ (Second Section
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
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The t ,t-k ut keeping tilt' cookie
jar tilled i a weekly event in many
homes, - i --! .- 11 - vln-ie there are
children wlui clamor fur aftcr-
c,.iiinl Miaik- or lunch boxe
Likr mhii hakim, day
tr in- uiit mine iu- i ei 'Pc
ai e -unit' y mi II enjoy
Nut ( iiiniht's
1 1 . cup- -llle-lt Mulli
l. -i I
I l-)i. Mill
i i up l.m li i.
i j i up lii ' n in .n'
1 , i np i:i .uui'alt it ut'.tr
i .. I- p .iiulla
1 Hip l hopped nuts
1 clip c hopped I a i-1 i is
Silt tut'tlii r flour, oda. anil - alt.
Cream iom-Uici I mi 1 nni a ml sug
ars until lii'lit and Holly. Ailil eyg
and anilla. Beat u.ll Add flour
mixture to creamed mixture. Mix
well. Fold in nut - and lai-niv Drop
by teaspooi.l ul- mi u in' i ea-ed bak
ing sheets Hake in moderate oven
Dog Barked Alarm
State College Hints
To Farm Honiemakers
Hy Ruth t'uirent
State Home Demonstration Agent
ten minute .
i ai in-
THANKS to the barking of "Trixie,"
who seems quite pleased with him
self, two-year-old Gene Stanch
field is safe in the arms of his moth
er in their Elizabeth, N. J. home.
The UtUe boy had fallen into a fish
pond while playing with his pet and
the dog's frantic barking attracted
Mrs. Stanchfield. The tot barely es
caped drowning. International)
Itet'oie discarding that purse or
indha'-', which looks shabby, try
uivenutiii-: it witli a little home
cleanim-1. Home economists suggest
cleaning soiled spots or worn-off
color that may give a dingy or
i wui ii liiuk to a purse which other
wir.e is in aoud condition.
To hide water spots or other
tains on a .smooth leather purse,
nili with colored shoe cream or wax
n.ilisli. either colored or cle:r.
-, i 1 1 1 1 :.puls on a suede bag often
ma- he H iiiou d just b light rub
bing Willi veiy tine sandpaper.
Sci aphid place-, or worn corners
on u.lwt'd leather may be touched
up with matching .shoe- dye. India
ink ii, a be u.ed to touch up black
Avoid the n-:e of dry cleaning
ll ii i ii on' leather because it removes
the natural oils and may make it
crack. Rut on fabric purses, clean
ing lluid may be used successfully
not 1 1 ii 1 to take out spots hut also
to remove the dimiiiicss that comes
l rum '.'.ciieral soil.
Budget Fish .Meals For Lent
.us! ;, ; ten
S .. ; : .i. i !.ci Hour
and -all. Beat ept;-
urailuallv. Add hot
ilia extract. Mix well.
mixture to cc.g mixture.
'er over raisins
water and van-
Kohl in raisins and nuts. Spread in
paper-lined pan. Bake in moderate .
im ii. :!7." lor thirty minutes Cut
1 ; i ( up- sif t ed flour
1 j tsp. soda
i i tsp. salt
1 4 I - p. ginger
' i t-p. cinnamon
1 i cup slim tening
! j cup brow n -.ugar
1 tsp. vinegar
: i (up bu! 1 1 rmilk
: 1 cup UHlla- -e-
Sitt together (lour,
ginger and cinnamon,
gether -hoiieniin; and
light and (Sully. Add
Uncle Sam Is
On Tax Returns
WASHINGTON -- Al Don't
try to cheat on your income lax. If
L'ncle Sam doesn't lind you out by
examining your return, there are
Last year the government fixed a
hawk eye on some 3.0(111.000 tax re
turns. It recovered about $2,000.
000.000 in additional revenues and
penalties from person- who-e faul
tv or crooked returns were found
in the batch.
It's going to be tougher this year
for taxpayers who trv to eheal. Tin
Internal IVveniie Bu. is reniOh
ening it- for-es and -t ream I in i ng
its enforcement measures II hope
to do "more and better work".
blend well. Combine buttermilk
and nulla- -c Add Hour mixture to
en amed mixture alternately with
milk Drop by teaspoonluls on un-giea-ed
baking sheet. Make faces
with currants or raisins. Hake in
mociei ate oven 350 for ten to fif
l'-t Clip .siltill flour
1 j tsp. vanilla
sugar 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 h hi
eggs and vanilla
flour mix' in.- lu
floured hoai d
enough to combine
('lull. Roll out on
Cut w ith fancy shap
ed cookie cutler-. Bake in moder
ate oven Ii7.'i lor leu minutes.
l'i esidi nt Truman has ,
Congress to appropriate fund
adding 7.000 persons to tin
leau's "front-line' forces of 2
investigator:;, funds for p.ivmcnt ol
rewards for information leading to
conviction in court, or recovery ol
delinquent taxes, have been lipped
to SaOO.OOO from $100,000. Lots of
j private citiens report tax evasions
now. and the buieaii hope- mure
Will ill the Inline.
I III addition, the govornnn n i
pliltin ! into ell' i ' ' for the lie I liui.
an auditing lonlrnl. or amplne1
Astern, wliirh colisiderahh in
creases he chance I hat v our re
tin n ma be checked up. ev ::
though Hie l et urn mi tiled i .
: plan- lhle.
The government feel- that tin, 1
returns will he collect. Ihvonue
, oRicer- ..a that f.n I jii ove that an
enoi niouslv high perci lila ;e of t:i-
payers are cuiiipb-tel linncl ami
I act ill good l.utll But people make
a lot ot mistakes, mirlly mistake,
' Here are suggestions for tasty,
: iiou: i-liing, sandw iches which- are
easy to prepare and are econo
mical: (liound ham and carrots
.ill- -ntir cream dressing on whole
w hea! bread. Chopped beef or olh-
i nval and cabbage with salad
hi --in:; on buttered white or
whole wheal bread. Chopped car
;nts raisins or prunes and nuts
with -aiad dressing on buttered
white bread, whole wheat or oat
Take care of your household lin
en for it nays its dividends in long
er wear. Try reversing your sheets
on the bed to give them equal
".ear: rotate your sheets and tow
els in use. in the laundry, in the
closet. Mattress pads prolong the
wear of your sheets and your mat
tress. Watch for springs, splinters,
nails, anything that will snag or
tear your sheets and towels. Don't
yank your sheets off the bed; don't
crumple your linen carelessly or
use pillowcases as laundry bags
for it's all needless strain on your
in arithmetic or errors caused by
ignorance. Of course there -ore al
va s some chiselers. some crooks.
They must be clumped down.
Ordinarily the checking of re
iiirus is done when experienced in
vestigators think a return looks un
usual and worth investigating. Un
der the new audit control program,
returns to he checked will be pull
ed at random whether they look
suspicious or not.
This is so the bureau will be able
to gel some over-all ideas of over
ill problems. For instance the Bu
reau hopes eventually to rind what
ivpis of returns need specific in
vi -t i.'at ion. whether they fall into
certain prolossions, certain areas,
i t i tain income brackets.
Officials make it clear the audit
ing is keved to the fact that the
investigator or agent is only check-in.-
up to get a cross section of in
loimalioii . . . not to try to trap
"Alter all, we may find the tax
payer has gypped himself," an offi
cial told me. "We make millions of
n funds every year . . . over $40,-
000,000 this year for instance."
SPAGHETTI 'N CODFISH CAKES . . . For meatless days.
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Serve it in scallop shells.
By CECILY BROWNSTONE
3 lb. Can 3c
Large Box 2Sc
Associated Press food Kditor
Here are two inviting ways to
fix fish for Lenten meal- one rec
ipe uses that old Inexpensive
standby, codfish; the other caters
to seafood lovers and calls for oys
ters. SPAGHETTI W CODMSII
Ingredients: 2 cups salt codfish,
3 cups niashi'l potatoes. 2 eggs,
dash of freshly ground pepper, 1
eight-ounce package spai'llelli, ' 2
eight-ounce cans tomato sauce,
grated Parmesan cheese.
Method: Soak the codfi ,b in cold
water about 2 hour-. Drain and
add fresh water, lirini; to boil and
simmer 10 to l.i minutes. Drain
and press dry l-'lake and mix well
Willi luasheil potaloe. . beaten egg
and dash of freshly ground pep
per. Shape into sniall halls or
drop by heaping It-a .pnonl ills
-into hot deep 1 at OoTi-li.'iu I'. I and
fry until goldi n In own. about '.
to 4 minutes, if thei nioiiieler i
not available, fat i hoi enough
when a (ine-ini h. cube of bread
"Vision" While Praying
Reveals Car Smash
PHOCTOR VILLI-:. O. ( CP)
Raymond Hoggs told Sheriff
Peter A. Burke that he bad a vision
while praying that his son Charles,
22, and Krnest D. Swindler, 10, had
been in a car which plunged off
the highway one mile north of
A searching party went to the
pot to discover the car contain
ing the two bodies under 20 feet of
water in Bent Creek. The sheriff
said the auto apparently left the
road and went into the creek dur
ing a heavy fog.
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SfflLOlU STEAK SSSk l. S)c
Fresh J)1 Bacon 5)M
PORK LIVER LB. & fl C SQUARES LB. S)C
FRESH EGG ISLAND STANDARDS Jf SELECTS ETTI TZSt
OYSTERS pint (gC pint ffiQC
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Trapped By Shoes
CHICAGO (UP) A new-type
Cinderella developed when police
chased a man and a woman who
were trying to rob a house in Oak
Officers found a pair of loafer
shoes in the snow where the wo
man valuted a four-foot fence.
Overtaken and still in her stock
ing feet, the womait denied the
shoes were hers.
But police tried them on and
said they fit her perfectly.
browns in 40 to SO seconds. In the
meantime cook spaghetti accord
ing to directions on package and
heat tomato sauce. Arrange spa
ghetti in large serving disti; place
fish balls in center and pour hot
tomato sauce over. Sprinkle gen
erously with Parmesan cheese.
Makes (i servings.
Note: If desired the spaghetti, to
mato sauce and cheese may he
served together, and the codfish
Ingredients: 1 quart oysters, 13
cup cream, lt'j cups cracker
crumbs, 'a cup butler or marga
rine ( melted I. cup chopped
green pepper, 1 .i cup chopped cel
ery, sal and paprika ito laslei.
Method: Drain oysters; reserve
liquid and combine Willi cream.
Mix cracker crumbs and melted
butler or margarine. Crease scal
lop shells or ramekins. Mix ovs-
lis. buttered crumbs, green pep
per, celery, salt and paprika and
the cream mixture. Spoon into
shells and bake in a but i400- F.i
oven for minutes.
Pfe Robinson On Cruise
In The Mediterranean
PI'c. Edgar Wiley Robinson.
USMC, soli of Mrs. James D. Wyalt
of Way nesville, is touring the Med
iterranean while serving aboard
the light cruiser USS Manchester
with tne Sixtn t ask Fleet.
The Manchester is participating
in a goodwill tour which will afford
the crew the opportunity to make
visits in Italy; Greece;' France,
Turkey, and Gibraltar.
UtOZI N I OOI lir.CIPKS
savi: cook s inn:
Hy F.I.IZAISF.'I 11 ToOMFY
n.,ii.,.l Press Staff Correspondent
NKW YOltK it'Pi A veritable
,....,..i..i.rti ol frozen food recipes
and menus just published starts off
..an, the ar-re-ling statement that
frozen foods could save the aver
age hoineinaker an extra monins
time each year.
It i.-; our conservative observa
tion that the regular use of frozen
foods save the homeinaker two and
.i in rli-.i'c a
a halt tlavs a iiiooui, "
year," states the Frozen Food
i..i.i..ii,,ii inc. in the foreword
t Thi. Frozen Food Cookbook. The
Foundation doesn't claim to be in
the recip? business, but the two
authors of the cookbook
called on the officials to look over
and approve the 461 pages oi reci
pes, menus and general food freez
Dr. Jean I. Simpson and Miss
Demetria M. Taylor, the authors,
include everything from a discus
sion of whether meats should be
thawed before cooking to a chapter
on "When Men Cook" and suggest
ed menus for women who want to
Meats can be cooked successfully
from the hard frozen state in most
cases, the authors decided, if you
remember to allow from half to
almost twice again as long a cook
ing period as you would for cor
responding cuts of fresh or de
frosted meat. The best method of
defrosting is in the refrigerator to
prevent excess shrinkage and loss
The recipes are simply presented
and easy to follow, like this one
dish meal for cold weather dinners:
' i cup finely cubed salt pork
1 medium onion, sliced
1 cup finely diced potatoes
2 cups boiling water
1 teasp. salt
1 pkg, frozen cut corn
2 cups milk
1 s teasp. pepper
Cook pork in large kettle until
crisp, add onion and cook until
golden. Then add potatoes, water
and salt and boil until potatoes are
almost tender. Add frozen corn
and cook until tender. Finally, add
milk and pepper and cook until
thoroughly healed. Serves four or
One Dish Artisls
The authors felt men who cooked
had a tendency to develop a single
specialty and stick with it through
thick and thin; so they collected
recipes from amateur "one-dish
specialists" to encourage the fel
lows lo branch out. "Men are more
enthralled by work savers than wo
men.'' according to the cook book,
sii frozen food dishes are a natural
for the olf-and-on-agaii! male cook.
I he male recipes all be
Electric Eye Grades Lemons
DAVIS, CAL. (U.P.) A machine
that can size find shape 240 lemons
s minute was demonstrated here
i,y John H. Powers, agricultural
engineer In the University of Cali
fornia. The machine uses an elec
tric eye that opens one of five
doors, depending on the size of
shadow cast by the lemon as it
en names of the mysterious donors.
Arthur's Veal Cutlet Rosemary
2 lbs. frozen veal cutlet
Vi cup seasoned flour
3 onions, sliced
2 tbsp. fat
1 teasp. salt
2 tbsp. paprika
1 cup sour cream
Defrost veal and cut in serving
size pieces, then dredge pieces in
seasoned flour. Saute onions in fat
until golden brown and add floured
veal. Brown thoroughly on both
sides, then sprinkle with salt,
paprika and powdered rosemary.
Add sour cream, cover and simmer
one hour. Serves six.
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Tire-Chansing: Made Easier
WEIRTON, W. Va. ( VP i Tire
changing is not the arduous task
BB'nce presented by detachable
wheel rims, but a local inventor.
Walter F. Schultz, wants to trim
still more of the hard work con
nected with the job. He has in
vented a hub-engaging whetd shoe
mounted on a spring tube to sup
port the weight pf a wheel and
tire and simultaneously adjust it
on the hub bolts.
ir the giv-l s 1
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sJi ZjV- f Jl. ,'m ' mon wt,e" ' 1,1 1,1
s5i2? JrteM V 'hopping lkr, week in ond wii
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:$k fTlK fr ' fonty con buy. Yes, I tan trust All.
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Ifi EVERY DAY
iit's-Feature Flavor of TM.
in- ' ii
toasty, flavoriome cocoanut in )us(
Yes, Pet Caramel Bisque is youi
made even more delicious!
A T.t- hnmo a oint or t01
enjoy the flavor treat of the
Andwhen you entertain
...highlight the occasion with
a royal treat. ..Ptiactst Pet.. .the
richer, creamier, de luxe Ice
Cream in the Orchid Carton,
stamped with the Crest of
Quality! That's Princess Pet -
the Ite Cream for those who
want the finest!
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