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THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
Give Mothei A Mother's Day Treat
Have A Party For Mom
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- - . . . . . .. By CECILY BROWNSTONE
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MOTrfEft S DAY TEA PARTY . . . Cookies and Corsage
LUI SOAP Bath Size 2 For 19c
CBISCO 3 lb. Can &c
SMRTY BOG FOOD 2 Cans flSc
Kraft '
Mayonnaise
Pint
c
..;-..'H . , ,
80 Count White Pkg.
NAPKINS .. 10c
Clifton No. 1 Can Cranberry
SAUCE 10c
Flo-Sweet
SYRUP . Pt. 10c
Stokely's
Finest
PEACHES
2 CaurgQp
This suggestion is for teen-agers:
Give your mothers a treat on
Mother's Day. Join up with the
daughters of your mother's friends
and have a 'party the guests of
honor will get a big thrHl out of
being feted. The party doesn't
nave to be elaborate just a sim
ple tea with lots of delicious
cookies. Daughters can buy the in
gredients for the cookies lout of
their allowances and bake them in
! one or two kitqhens.
i As preparation for the party
make enough small corsages or
houlomiitres of some pretty
(lowers in season s that each
guest may have one. Arrange two
pretty platters of cookies on a
tray and place the corsages right
on me tray as a decoration.
Two extra-special cooky recipes
for spring are these Peek-A-Boo
itookies and Double Fudge
Squares. Peek-A-Boo Cookies are
;an easy rolled cooky with jam or
jelly peeking through a pretty
design on the top layer. The jam
stays pul and bakes into ihn
cookies just enough to permeate
!thcm with its sweetness and
: flavor.
Double Fudge Squares could
easily take their name from their
double goodness! But thev are
named for the double layer of
chocolate cooky on the bottom
and frosting on the top, with a
butterscotch cooky layer in the
middle.
TOMATOES lb. 19c
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BEANS 2 lbs. 23c
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CARROTS -2Bchs.l7c
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FRESH GROUND
BEEF
FRESH
PORK LIVER lb. 29c
YORKSHIRE SLICED
BACON lb. 49c
LOIN
VEAL CHOPS lb. 69c
PEEK-A-BOO COOKIES
I - ,.; Suts smca en-
iiicneci all-purpose flour 1 tea
spoon baking soda, l' teaspoon
"ait. 1 cup shortenine fmiKi Ko
at room temperature), 1 cup brown
sugar. N cup water, 2i,2 eups
quick rolled oats i uncooked , 2
cup jelly or jam.
Method: Sift together flour, bak
ing soda, and salt into mixing bowl.
Add shortening, sugar and water
and beat until smooth, about 2
! minutes. Fold in rolled oats. Roll
11 Mf lloU8h verv tnin on lightly floured
lb. 49C i board: cut witn loured cooky cut
ter Pot n rlficion ilIIU n.
. . uv.n6ii wiin a smaller
, cutter or a sharp knife in half the
' cookies. Place plain cookies on
lightly greased baking sheet. Top
with a half teaspoon jelly and
cover with a designed cooky, light
ly pressing the edges together.
Bake in a moderate 1 350 F, oven
10 to 12 minutes. Makes 3'i' dozen
cookies.
DOt'BLE FUDGE SQUARES
Ingredients: cup sifted en
riched all-purpose flour, 1 tea
spoon baking soda. u teaspoon
salt, a cup shortening unust be at
room temperature'. ' cup brown
sugar, cup granulated sugar, 1
egg, 1 tablespoon water. ' n tea
spoon vanilla, !' cups auiek rolled
oats (uncooked), cup chopped
nutmeats, 1 square '1 ounce' un
sweetened chocolate 'melted'. 1
cup semi-sweet chocolate pieces
'melted.
Method: Sift together flour, bak
ing soda, and salt into bowl. Add
shortening, sugars, egg. water
and vanilla. Beat until smooth,
about 2 minutes. Fold in rolled
oats ancf nutmeats. Divide dough
into two parts. To one part, add
the melted unsweetened chocolate.
Roll out the light part between
two sheets of waxed paper to !
fit a 7 x 11 inch nan. Repeat using
chocolate mixture. Chill in re- I
frigerator at least one hour. Place
chocolate portion in bottom of a
greased 7 x 11 inch pan. Cover
witn light layer. Bake in moderate
oven f350 F. 20 to 25 minutes.
Cool. Spread wilh melted choco
late chips. Chill in rcfripernlr.r
until chocolate hardens. Cut into
squares. Makes 30 squares.
STILL IN PROG
RES?!
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IN YOUR NEIGHBORLY
9IKIE-ilM
SVPtH MARKETS
rt'fmr
LIBBY or DEL MONTE Yellow Cllngr
PEACHES No. 21 Can Cc
251b. Ba .65
ROSE ROYAL Self Rising
FLOUR
KI.VGANS
PURE LARD 4 lb. Ctn.
Masons To Hear ,
Queen On Friday
John M. Queen, former master of
the Waynesville Masonic Lodge,
will be the speaker Friday night at
8 o'clock at the regular meeting of
Master Masons here.
E. A. Williamson, master, an- ;
nounced yesterday that all Master;
Masons are urged to attend. I
An
57c
EAST TENNESSEE SMOKY MOUNT
ci irfPnriPh i lb. paci
BAGON
U. S. GOOD GRADE BEEF STEAK
SIRLOIN Lb. JQc Porterhouse Lb,
BEEF RIB ROAST lb. 59,
O MILK FED VEAL Q
Lb' R,B I. Slinil.DER
CHOPS 49c CHOPS Jftc ROAST
BOSTON BUTT PORK ROAST .... Lb,
. The highest batting average com
piled by a member of the Wash
ington team in 194fl w, n, mo
of Outfielder Ed Stewart.
FILLETS OF
COD FISH IB. 35c
PEACH
APRICOT
pineapple:
PRESERVES
LB. IAR
5LS)c
MIRACLE WHIP
SALAD DRESSING
8-oz.Jar 21c -Pint 35c -Quart 63c
EIRDSETE
BROCCOLI lQ-oz. Pkg. 37c
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1 r
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WWW
12-OZ. PACKAGE
TURNIP GREENS 23c
mn inrxavED
Silver
Bust
Welch Lb. Jar Grape
JELLY 23c
NBC Crackers
RITZ lb. 32c
8-Lb Pail
PURE L ARD $1.49
Stokely's 8-Oz. Bottle
CATSUP 10c
Mother's
OATS, 3 lb. Box 43c
Monarch . 4
GRAPE JUICE 49c
RABBIT
FOOD
31b.PIrg.25c
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IGEGBEAM
So rich, so delicious.. .Princess Pet
surpasses all others, gracing every occasion
with royal splendor,
Just compare Princess Pet w ith any
other lee Cream...then vou'lr always ask for
Princess Pet - the de luxe Ice Cream in the
Orchid Carton, stamped with the Crest of
Quality. And, for a special May-time treat
buy Princess Pet Strawberries N Cream
the most delicious, the ricAesf fresh
strawberry Icfc Cream you've ever tasted!
DAIRY
Cudahy Sunkist Creamery
BUTTER lb. 63c
1 1 Lb. Prints or 1 2 Lb. Patties
SCIIREIBER CHEESE FOOD
2 lb. Box 69c
Sure Good '4 Lb. Prints
Margarine .. lb. 31c
A
KRAFT
Mayonnaise
Pint Jar 39c
All Popular 5c TANDY rirc
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Box of 24 Bars 97c
Pennant 3 Lb. Can
SYRUP 47C
SEA FOOD
. Ib. 43c
i mm, Ai
jit Ktt-,
Kinp Mackeral
STEAKS .
Dressed
WHITING .... lb. 19c
Dressed
CATFISH .. . lb. 10c
DUZ DM Fver-liln
Large Pkg. 29c
P & G WhiU .t.
3 Large Bars 25c
OCTAGON L.Bndp,
3 Bars 23c
CAMAY SOAP
3 Reg. Bars 25c
OXTDOL
Large Pkg. 29c
SPIC & SPAN
2 Pkgs. 45c
DREFt Soap Powder
Large Pkg. 28c
"Veri-Best" PR0DUI
ALWAYS FRFS1I ( l!sP i C0
NEW CROP RED BLISS
POTATOES . . lbs,
FRESH GREEN CHOWDER
PEAS
FANCY CROOKNECK YELLOW
SQUASH . . . .
CALIFORNIA cninrv
CARROTS LgeJchs
CRISP GREEN CAROLINA
CABBAGE . . .
CRISP mi nm iifadt
CELERY 2 Lge.Siaiks
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RADISHES .... BuncJ
GARDEN FRESH
Turnip Greens . T
HAPPV vir r
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Lima Beans O No. 303 Cm
tint JtULSK
APPLE JELLY . . 2 hi
BLUE BIRD
Orange Juice . 46-oz.Cfl
CAI.IFORVI
Corn Meal . J Q lb-
MUSSELMANS" .
Apple Pie Fill . No.2W
EVERY WEEK IS IiABYi
DIXIE - HO.MKSTOl
UlHHtH'S
CEREAL .. 8-oz. Pkg. W
i.AKO (Crystal White)
SYRUP. 24-oz. Bottle 21c
8 TALL CAN$
PET MILK
25clJ
    

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