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    PORTLAND INQUIRER
Six
Friday. March 22. 1946
W O M K N ’ S 1P A V E
Society News
FASHIONS
RADIO
RECIPIES
By Ann Morrison and Helena
Sear eie
&
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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
broadcast.
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.
SSSS
HOUSEHOLD
MEMOS...
(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
PROMINENT FRATERNAL
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.
Under
Mr. Jo n es is .vtll know n in
fra te rn a l circles h ere an d a t p res­
New Management
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
WEDDING BELLS
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.
graaually. Then
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
T
aste-tem
pting
hot
breads
add
a
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
Modern
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
Conveniently
Located
G
erm
an
tro
o
p
s
p
re
p
a
re
d
to
a
t­
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.
ANSW ERS
Portland, Oregon
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
Spice Muffins.
■unpj»A g
few
sim
ple
rules
to
have
s
u
c
c
e
s
^
J
^
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.
1 egg
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
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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
1 teaspoon
ginger
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
1 teaspoon
nutmeg
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
1 teaspoon
cinnamon
fa r m ore flaky and tender if the
welcome—
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 •
Sift
together
all
dry
ingredients.
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
afternoon.
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
until
done,
25
to
30
minutes.
of
your pains; suffering; mis­
styled
by
th
e
p
ap
ers
in
Sydney,
thing to look for­
G reen w ith a d in n er p arty . S h a r­
ery. duo to RHEUMATISM.
What
a
re
our
standards
for
m
ak­
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
light
and
fluffed,
fairly
straig
h
t
and
You
just
rub
this
quick-acting,
cream
where
your
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.
specialty
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.
Many
who
used
to
suffer
will
not
be
without
It,
and
der
crust
is
golden
brown
and
ra
th
e
r
send
us
new
s
item
s
w
hich,
we
the refrigerator.
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
show
a
cream
y
white,
fluffy
crum
b
tein
to a m eal when m ade with
FULL-8I7E jsr of NAB 4 C R E'M this minute.
Mrs. Hazel Johnson,
OFFICE SECRETARY
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-
Manager
ENJOYING VACATION
BACK GUARANTEE. ORDER NOW! Dept.
Over-mixing,
or
too
long
kneading
•Cheese Muffins.
N A B M FG . CO.. 103-0« Nsrthera Blvd.. Cersna. N. Y.
C lub of t he B ethel A. M. E.
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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
,
44
cup
grated
American
cheese
O klahom a., th a t she fo u n d h er
These biscuits also Irek in vol­
1 egg
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
1
cup
milk
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
Sift
flour
once,
m
easure;
sift
Into
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
m
elted
butter,
and
pour
into
the
tablespoons short­
not say w hen she w as retu rn in g .
DEMAND
center of the dry ingredients. Stir
and candies. A t each end of th e
ening and 44 cup
PROMINENT SOCIETY
quickly until dry ingredients are
tab le ladies of th e club served
milk. The dry in-
MATRON ADMITTED
just dam pened. B atter should not
tr e ii.v . ’ * a r e
tea, coffee and orange punch.
TO HOSPITAL
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
Prune Muffins.
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
1 egg
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.
2 eggs
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
NEW MAYER
HOTEL
RHEUMATIC
The
KEYSTONE
LUNCH
THE
DUDE RANCH
BUDDY BANKS and His Buddies
. BAR SERVI CE
Delicious Foods Served from 1:00 P. M.
Until 2:30 A. M.
MACK
SHOE REPAIR
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
Reasonable Rates
212 N. BROADWAY
44 cup cut, cooked prunes, well
drained
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
and bake.
— 240 N. BROADWAY —
— EVERY DAY IS A HOLIDAY —