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Friday. March 22. 1946
W O M K N ’ S 1P A V E
By Ann Morrison and Helena
Mrs. C larisa S m ith re tu rn e d
hom e S atu rd ay a lte r spending th e
past m o n th in v arious p a rts of
W est V irginia on account of th e
illness and d ea th of h er h u sb an d ’s
fa th e r, Mr. Sm ith, Sr.
Back hom e, a fte r being in th e
E ast an d M iddlew est, arriv e d
Mr. R obert H ay w ard last week,
W hile trav elin g M r. H ayw ard
m ade several appearances as
guest soloist. In Chicago he m ade
recording of religious songs, also
sang over th e radio on th e NBC
Mrs. H ay w ard w as once a m em
ber of th e fam ous E v e Jesse
choir th a t sang in th e production
P orgia an d Bess.
P resid in g E lder, Rev. L. F.
G reen, w as guest in our city
last w eek. Sunday m orning he
w as guest sp eak er a t B ethel AME
church. M onday evening he h eld
the th ird q u arte rly conference of
the church year. A ll d ep artm en ts
re p o rt an increase in m em bers
an d finance.
T he L oyal K nig h ts C lub m et
T uesday, M ay 18, a t hom e of
Mrs. B en Brown.
84 N. B rodw ay w ho anxiously |
aw ait th e ir retu rn .
NEW YORK NURSE VISITING
IN CITY OF ROSES
F rom th e big m etropolis, N ew
Y ork C ity, cam e th e charm ing
Mrs. A. C. Lam b, a n u rse in N ew
Y ork C ity, to v isit an d m e e t h er
husband, Mr. A. C. L am b, w ho is
a stew ard on one of th e vessels
now in P o rt h ere, a n d w ho has
ju st re tu rn e d to th e states after
sev eral m onths of service in th e
S ouh Pacific. T hey are house
guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. L.
R ichardson, 2850 N. V ancouver
Ave. T hey are h ere for an in
defin ite stay.
(a s c e .
YOUR W EEK LY M EMORY T E S T
H ow g o o d i t yo u r m e m o r y fo r fa c t$
a n d fa c e s ? H ere ¡8 y o u r ch a n ce to
f in d o u t.
ONE YEAH AGO T H IS W E EK
T o save lab o r a n d critic a l ma-
te ria ls, Ja m e s E. B yrnes u rg ed b an
o n all fo rm s o f th is p o p u la r sp o rt.
ANN PETRY, author of “THE
STREET,” Houghton Mi min LU-
MAN IN HOSPITAL
•ra rjr Fellow ship W inner.
Mr. A. A. Jones, 3622 S. E.
6 th St., becam e a p a tie n t in the
Good S am a rita n hosp ital M onday
for a gen eral checking u p and
tre a tm e n t to ascertain th e cause
of his illnesr.
Mr. Jo n es is .vtll know n in
fra te rn a l circles h ere an d a t p res
e n t is tru ste e of E n terp rise Lodge
No. 1, F. an d A. M. a n d also
p ro m in en t in E n terp rise C h ap ter
D esp ite o p p o sitio n by th e m an
of th e O rd er of E aste rn Stars.
p ic tu re d ab o v e, so cialists an d a n a r
Mr. R obert C rossw hite and Miss As w e go to p rin t w e u n d erstan d
add beaten eggs
ch ists won d e p a rtm e n t electio n s in
a n d m ilk . A dd
R uby M inor, w ere q u ietly m arried th a t he is doing nicely. We w ish
S p a in , a n d re b ellio n b eg an ag ain st
you luck an d hope to see you re a l
dry i n g r e d i e n t s
W ednesday evening, M arch 13.
th e le a d e rsh ip o f th is d ictato r.
flavorful touch to any meal. Golden
a n d m ix th o r -
Mr. Ja m e s Jackson an d Mrs. soon, Mr. Jones.
crusted muffins or fluffy biscuits are oughly. Mix in
T H IR T Y YEARS AGO T H IS
the perfect accom panim ent to m eat prunes. Turn into
Cleo. C ooper w ere m arrie d F ri MERCHANT MARINE
W E EK
and salads and go equally well with
d ay evening, a t 8 p. m. by Rev. BACK HOME
g r e a s e d muffin
a glass of m ilk for a snack or with
J. Clow of th e Mt. O llivet E ap-
pans and d eco
tack th is heavily fo rtifie d city,
Mr. Ja c k Johnson, 1623 N. E. coffee or tea for breakfast.
A LB ERT D ENNIS, Mgr.
r a te e a c h m u f
tist ch u rch a t th e hom e of the 1st Ave., a m em ber of th e M er
fa m e d in W orld W ar I, a n d w here
Don’t shy aw ay from m aking
th e b a ttle cry “ T h ey sh all n o t p ass”
b rid e’s m other. A large num ber ch a n t M arines, re tu rn e d to th e muffins because you fear only fa ir fin with a half
was im m o rtalized .
of guests w ere p resen t to con city Tuesday. Mr. Jo h n so n had results. Quick b read s a re the m ost a prune and nut.
N. W . 4th and Glisan
Bake In a m oderately hot (400 to 425
g ra tu la te th e h ap p y couple. The been to th e P an am a C anal and easily m ixed of all baked goods and degrees) oven for 25 to 30 m inutes.
gifts w ere m any and beautiful. New Y ork C ity. His w ife, Mrs. you need to b e ar in m ind only a
Littl« M iss-T h e lm a U nthank, Essie Mae Johnson, and friends
•oauojj o itto u n ij ’ u»f) -g
The m ost im portant point to r e ^ i ' 2 cups sifted flour
d a u g h ter of Dr. an d Mrs. D. N. w ere glad to see him.
m em ber is not to "over-m ix.”
•I J O I
44 cup sugar
U nthank, celeb rated h e r six th
Muffin batter, for exam ple, should
X ud f o Suiioi jdiuiud pun atJOfj ‘ J
1 cup milk
six th b irth d ay S unday afternoon AMBASSADOR OF GOOD
be "bum py” — stirred only until
44 cup melted shortening
the dry ingredients a re dam pened
a t the hom e of h e r p arents. T w en WILL ENROUTE TO JAPAN
EAT WITH US
Mr. R udolph Ja c k Spencer, 221 by the liquid. B iscuits should not
ty one yo u n g sters w ere on hand
You are always
be worked to death—they will be
to w ish th e young lady a happy N. E. W asco St., a m em b er of th e
fa r m ore flaky and tender if the
3 teaspoons baking powder
b irthday. A tu rk e y d in n er w ith M erchant M arines sailed T uesday cook is not too am bitious.
Now Walks Without Sticks
1 teaspoon salt
all th e trim m ings, topped of for Jap an .
Quick hot breads a re an easy
• TAKES MO MEDICINE •
Mr. Spencer, as w as show n in way to put appetite appeal into the
w ith a b e a u tifu l b irth d ay cake
Mr. Isom Love, 8allis. Miss,
s i m p l e s t m e a l . Combine egg, sugar, shortening and
pets wonderful relief without
w ere th e m ain featu res of the an article appearing in th e In
taking medicine. He says “ Be
ingredients and stir
Served with but milk. Add dry
fore I began using your wonder
q u ire r not long ago, sp en t several
ful treatment I was unable to
ter and jam , they until sm ooth Fill greased muffin
walk without 2 sticks. Now, I
Mr. and Mrs. Loom is H arris w eeks in A ustralia and other
will really give pans 44 full and bake in a m od
can do my part of feeding my
stock. Bless you for the relief
honored presiding eld er L. F. p a rts of th e country, and w as
the fam ily som e erately hot (400 to 425 degrees) oven
I got” . You, too, may net rid
your pains; suffering; mis
thing to look for
G reen w ith a d in n er p arty . S h a r
ery. duo to RHEUMATISM.
ward to even if
'S C IA T IC A . A RT H R IT •**,
"we never close"
ing honors w ere Rev. and Mrs. A ustralia, “An A m bassador of
LUMBAGO. NEURALGIA, with “ pain killing"
the m ain dish is ing biscuits? P erfect biscuits are NAB
4 CREAM. No awful tasting medicines to take.
C. N. A ustin, Jr. and Mr. R obert Good W ill.”
Short Orders our
hash from left
aches and feels stiff. Comforting, joyous relief
Mr. S pencer is a re p o rte r of th e over ro ast or soup and salad from even on the sides, level on top, body
H ayw ard.
usually comes fast. NAB 4 CREAM is made of
•paln-klllers” many doctors recommend. It’s safe,
In q u ire r an d w ill, a t in terv als an accum ulation of dabs of food in well shaped and regular. Their ten harmless,
but powerfully effective In chasing pains.
O. M. E. CLUB HOLDS ANNUAL
bless the day they learned of this grand new treat
1461 N. Williams Ave.
ment. It's a shame to suffer agonizing pains when
Cheese adds flavor as well as pro smooth. When broken open, they you
a re sure, w ill be in teresting.
ST. PATRICK DAY'S TEA
may get happy relief by Just sending for your
to a m eal when m ade with
FULL-8I7E jsr of NAB 4 C R E'M this minute.
Mrs. Hazel Johnson,
SEND NO MONEY, la y your postman $2.00 plus
which is even and flne-grained.
muffins like the following:
Sunday aftern o o n th e O. M. E.
postaga or send $2 00 and we pay postage. MONEY-
BACK GUARANTEE. ORDER NOW! Dept.
N A B M FG . CO.. 103-0« Nsrthera Blvd.. Cersna. N. Y.
C lub of t he B ethel A. M. E.
l : i üllllllllliilillllllll
W ord w as received from Miss (Makes 12 medium-sised muffins) of the dough m akes biscuits tough
church held its a n n u al St. Pat?
AD No. 2
with a pale crust. Speed and light
R eb ek er S. Love, S e c re ta ry of
244 cups sifted all-purpose flour
ric k ’s D ay tea a t th e hom e of
handling a re essential for flakiness.
3 teaspoons baking powder
th e P o rtla n d In q u irer, w ho is now
Under-mixing, on the other hand,
Mr. an d Mrs. A lex Cook, w007
44 teaspoon salt
a t 1405 W ashington St., L aw ton
causes lack of flakiness in biscuits.
N. E. Rodney from th e opening
O klahom a., th a t she fo u n d h er
These biscuits also Irek in vol
to closing tim e people w ere dro p
fa th e r and o th er m em bers of h er
ume. The fat needs to be well dis
ping in for tea. The room s w ere
tributed for a flaky texture.
fam ily w ell and frien d s glad to
44 cup melted butter
decorated in yellow an d green
The proportions for plain biscuit
see h er; th a t she is h a v in g a
th e club’s colors. T he tea table
a re as follows: 2 cups of flour,
splendid v acation and has seen m ixing bowl with baking powder and
2 teaspoons bak
w as lovely w ith a c e n te r piece of
sev eral b ask etb all games.
She salt. Add grated cheese and m ix
in g p o w d e r , 44
spring flow ers, su rro u n d ed by
sends reg ard s to friends, b u t did thoroughly. B eat egg. add m ilk and
teaspoon salt, 5
IS PROUD TO PRESENT BY POPULAR
d ain ty sandw iches, cakes, n u ts
not say w hen she w as retu rn in g .
center of the dry ingredients. Stir
and candies. A t each end of th e
ening and 44 cup
quickly until dry ingredients are
tab le ladies of th e club served
milk. The dry in-
just dam pened. B atter should not
tr e ii.v . ’ * a r e
tea, coffee and orange punch.
be smooth. Fill greased muffin p an ' __________
m ixed; the fat
L adies pou rin g w ere M esdomes
W ednesday, Mrs. Jo e H. Reed, about 44 full. Bake in a moderate- cut in, and enough milk added to
G race P urcell, Jan ice Lewis,
. . . featuring . . .
of 1615 S. E. 49th St., w as adm it ly hot oven (425 degrees) for 15 or m ake the dough. Knead the dough
M aud B anks, D ixie Mott, W. L. ted to th e
E m anuel hospital 20 m inutes until golden brown. Serve for about 30 seconds, then roll and
M yers, G ladys Boyd,
Blanch w here, we are inform ed she will hot with b u tte r and jam .
EARL KNIGHT . . . Spectacular Pianist
cut. Use a hot oven (450 degrees)
If you want to do other unusual and bake biscuits for 12 to 15 m in
Brown, G. W. W ashington, L. u ndergo an operation. H e m any
things with muffins you m ight like utes
B lackburn, Rosa Nichols, and frien d s a re w ishing h e r success
them with a prune or a spice fla
Apple Sauce Biscuits.
Mrs. G. Rich. Those in th e room an d a speedy recovery.
vor. Both of these will add extra
2 cups flour
w ere M esdam es E. Sam uels, Ola
enjoym ent to m eals.
3 teaspoons baking powder
Cook, A lm a Johnson, L ucile B a r
44 teaspoon soda
3t4 cups flour
nes, A m eliar Lenies, Susie Reed,
1 teaspoon salt
K teaspoon salt
3 tablespoons fat
A nna S heppard, and M ary G rif
4 teaspoons baking powder
fith, p resid en t of th e Club. C or
K teaspoon nutmeg
44 cup tart apple sauce
sages of daffodils w orn by the
44 cup shortening
44 cup thick sour cream
Phone Reservations . . . TRinity 3697
m em bers w ere m ade by Mrs
1 cup brown sugar
Sift dry ingredients. Cut in fat.
G ladys Ricks.
Beat egg and add to apple sauce
Pickett and Patterson, Managers
144 cup milk
and sour cream . Add to first m ix
M essrs Ja m e s G ra n t and B illy J Quick Reliable Service
BUDDY BANKS and His Buddies
. BAR SERVI CE
Delicious Foods Served from 1:00 P. M.
Until 2:30 A. M.
C ity and C olum bia, Mo., w here
they w ill v isit th e ir m o th ers and
friends w hile aw ay.
T he have some d e a r friends at
212 N. BROADWAY
44 cup cut, cooked prunes, well
Prunea and nuts for decoration
Sift together first four ingredients.
C ream shortening and add sugar
ture. Turn on a floured board and
knead tor 20 seconds. Roll to 44 inch
thickness and cut into 2-inch bis
cuits. P lace on an oiled cookie
sheet, sprinkle with grated cheese
— 240 N. BROADWAY —
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