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Ths OnrGOII STATES! IAN. C&fa. Oregon, Thereby IT::rr.!r". Tc'ruary 19T
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Attractive V Dishes at low
"Cost are Stressed at
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table dlsa- was - glazed . carrots.
.mad la j the following manner
' f carrots, . , . .
. 1 tablespoon sugar.
3 tablespoons butter,
alt.-'" ' y -'
Wash and scrape the carrots
and boll In salted water until
tender. - Drain, cat In l ae strips
or - leave . wbole if carrots , are
smalls Melt butter and sugar
together In i frying pan. Put in
carrots and ! stir occasionally nn
. til "well glased. If desired ear-
- rots may be lightly Drowned.
No Tegetable offered - on the
Salem market is cneaper now
than onlons-l An opportunity to
use - some of ' those fine yelltfw
Dearer front the Lake Labisn
- district Is : offered la the recipe
for Pepper Stuffed with Onions.
- - A. Tegetable dinner Is not com
plete without a sweet. It the fam-
lly Is to hare tnacsausuea iee
lng that ia: the test of, a good
meal.: Two. simple desserts that
mifht be ; used to complete: the
. Tegetable meal, were given.-Here
they' are: ,. -j ,-
CbocaUto Custard Pudding
a cuns milk
'- 1H squares chocolate (an-
. . cuns sugar
- 2 cups fine stale bread crumbs
3 eggs slightly beaten ' -1
teaspoon Tanllla - .
.1 , H teaspoon salt :
Reserve one . egg white for
meringue. Cut chocolate in fine-
pieees and add to milk beating
in ; double - boiler. When choco
late; is melted beat with rotary
, egg; beater -until smooth and-
blended. Beat egg sngntiy, aaa
sugar . and salt. Pour chocolate
over egg mixture stirring vigor
ously. - Add vanilla and pour
over the bread which is in an
oiled baking dish. Place dish in
pan of hot water in the ove.i
and bake at 350 degrees CO to
60 minutes or until firm. When
nearly done make a meringue of
j the egg white and two .table
spoons of sugar. Place lit in
heaping piles on pudding, and
brown delicately in the oven.
Apricot Rice Podding
1 cup of raw rice or
- 3 cups cooked rice
1.1b. dried apricots
1 quart water
1 cup sugar
H teaspoon salt
Soak apricots several hours In
the quart of water. Add sugar
and cook until nearly tender.
Cook rice until tender in boiling
salted water using six cups of
water to tfie cup of -rice. Drain
and place in alternate layers
layers with apricots in an oiled
baking dish. Pour over sweet
ened apricot "Juice until liquid
shows at the top- of the rice.
. More liquid, can be added daring
tbe baking if desired. Dot with
. bits of butter .and bake covered
for 45 minutes at 350 degrees to
375 degrees: TJncover to finish.
Have rice at. least an Inch from
top of -dish, to prevent, boiling
over.- Serve warm or cold with
The school, will last two more
days j with classes beginning
promptly at 2 p. m. in the Meth
odist church at . the i corner of
Church , and State streets. .
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Bits For Breakfast
O : f or
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For fee loved the members of
the family that surrousded him
and the friends who tnade of his
life a pleasant journey; loved
them dearly and esteemed them
highly, and enjoyed wlth.xestful
satisfaction their Intimate rela
tionships and their neighborly
. companionships.. He birred a full
life, however he fain would have
had it longer, since that could
not be, he sought, like a good
and brave.: soldier, above all
things, to make his departure as
devoid as possible of the pain of
parting to the members of his
household and to his friends.
' aaiJJII Hill. "nWffa'M"l"'".'" .IH.III.IIIIMI JIH.IHII.UUI I.J.IIIL..LWW .II !l. IIUIIII
For The Statesman Free
A PAIR OF BLUEBLOODS
, Mrs Ear 1
- Fol-som -
lira, Carl Fokem, of Boston.
'Fokem, of Boston. .a.
chow "Hop: Toy." I
t the . bloe ribbon aJt '
witn her (
Dan Jl- Frr! will be 1 on r re
membered as a . loyaT member of
hhi. rommnnltv. his. church, his
lbrtrea and clubs, and a heloful
citizen "of ! his - city; and. , state.
There 1 n one in ail tne circle
reading these flings who - would
not wish to be included- in tbe
profound sympathy, that 1 here
expressed tor . bis near and dear
ones bereaved of a good and lov
ing husband, a devoted father
and e-randfathe-r and a helpful
and sympathetic; friend In -every
fond relatlonsnip. - -
"Murder at Eagle's
(Continued from page 4),
connections? What sort of person
is he when he'S away from King-
cllKeri.,. j -. .
Why -not look him, up, sweet
thing?" ! : J. '' -
"We're doihg ' that,: my dear.
But vou see how it is, Bim; when
you begin to speculate you drag
the whole hebang down ; around
your ears. ' j ; i
Of course tnat a wnat wrs.
Briess overheard Bunny say to
Laura when he was calling at her
apartment. "If I, can't have you
no one else will Though -f-don't
think that sounds a bit like Bun
ny BairdV Not a t bit. -And some
way or other .1 can't-Imagine him
sneaking in to -call on Laura
that way when I happen to know
the old Judge- Is very .fond of
him." -!.-- ? .
"Perhaps Mrs. Briggs Jumped
at conclusions Well, that's the
lot of them' , ; -
Tou're I forgetting i Bob and
MllUcent. Wally." -! "
Ob, Bob and Milllcent! . Fair
of kittens."; r-' ! " , ' -
But while you're aupposing.
You've got to be. fair and impar
tial" ; , -. I ; i
"They're ! both out on alri
counts opportunity, motive. In
itiative; everything.: Too bad they
have, got to . be . dragged through
tbe mess. I know . what . you're
thinking," he, conceded when she
smiled, i ."That ; JBob might have
been- set off : by the woman s
snubbing Ulllicent. It's reason
able in a ! way, only 'he wasn't
out of her-sight-all evening; Mll
Ucent treats . him like a baby."
"But after .they left Eagle's
Nest? Of course Millicent would
lie for - Bob" if ; she bad to; a
wife's testimony, you j know." ;
U K - Ftr Siftias; .
Oh, they'll go through the
cleaner with the rest," Walter
rnswered .rather wearily. "But
there's no i use . wasting time on
them; ; I've got to be - moving
along, : Bim; ; inquest's oxer at
Doc Sankey's at one. See yon lat
er?" he asked hopeful". y,
t "And how!"; she, answered,
glad that his grouch was forgot
ten. ; . . :
It was then that young Steve
Collins who was KIngcliffe's of
ficial milkman, dropped Into the
Station House 4 and contributed
his bit toward the murder mys
tery., ;,- I ' ; i - . :
Young Steve Collins came in-
with his wire basket filled with
bottles of milk and put one on
. : :
the annual ahow at Ormoad
Beach, Fla. -
the floor behind -the police desk.
Bim often laughed at Walter and
called . him a baby because - of
what . she designated , his "milk
habit," ' but there were occasions
upon which the "quart of milk
delivered at the station house
stood him In Ilea, of meals when
he. was nnable.to take time - for
mora substantial.' food.. . 4 .T'
' " Young Collins wore' his cap on
the side of his head and a flower
through the band 'and he had a
wide, pleasant grin which -he
flashed impartially at the police
man and the girl reporter. ',
"Big doings around - here, eh,
chief? Well, I'm having a hunch
that gang up there," he . Jerked
hts head in the direction of Pine
Hill, "is due for . a bust. They
ain't civilized nohow, I'm saying
to myself. Three and four o'clock
In the. morning that's them. I
guess they don't never go ; to
bed. I "ask you."
"What time'do you make your
rounds up there, Steve?" Walter
asked, interested. ...i
"Sometimes later, sometimes
earlier, depends; been getting up
on the mountain about 3 o'clock
this summer, what with deliver
ing over to West Kingcliffe first.
I see 'era beating it around 'In
their cars and I'm thinking like
I said, 'Yep, that: gang's due for
ft bast they aure are." ' ' .
' ; (To be continued) ; "
AT union HILL
- UNION HILL. Feb. 18 TJnion
Hilt Grange held its social meet
ing for thi month, Saturday
night, February 14, with a good
crowd present. . : The evening wa
spent In dancing. Lunch was
serred at midnight. .; -. - ;
The Home Economics -club
will give a program and pie so
cial at tne next social meeting
which will . be March 14. , Pro
gram will consist -of two short
plays several . . orchestral - num
bers, readings and singing. Pro
ceeds from the social are to be
need . In . the purchase of . the
piano. . - . . .. :
CLASS PARTY HELD 1
WEST SALEM, : Feb. IS A
Sunday school party was held on
Tuesday . evening, honoring Miss
Trnla Grant's class, the mem
bers of which succeeded In re
cruiting more sew members than
any other class daring the recent
contest. ' : Naomi -Aisop reecivea
first prise and - Harvey Griffin
second.-- A program, games ana
refreshmenta were - enjoyed - by
about 60 peraoa. mostly inter
mediate young people. ... 4 :
TN LOCAL HOSPITAL
NORTH HOWELL," Feb, 18 j
J. S. Coomler was. taken to a
hospital in Salem Sunday morn
ing where an operation was per
formed. His condition Is report
ed as satisfactory and it la ex
pected that he will soon be able
to return to his home.
STATF 1 1 DUSE VISIT
ORCHABD HEIGHTS, Feb. It.
Sixth and seventh grade pupils
of Popcorn choL .with, -their
teacher,- Mrs... J. B. . Best, rlslted
the legislature .Tuesday and ob
served the law makers In action,
In the - senate . chamber they
heard a discussion of. matters of
special Interest, to rural folk and
io, the house of . representatives
they i heard the itllity, bills' dis
cussed They .: also enjoyed' an
examination - .of " the -. historical
curios in the state house corridors
which they found to. be. of help
In their school work. .' .
' Young people enjoying the visit
were Martha- Lay ton. Clair Kll
gore, Faye ' Garoatte, Dorothy
Southwick, Wilson Clarke, Lawr
ence Simmons and . the teacher,
Mrs. J. B. Best ,: r
LYONS,' Feb, 18MGrandmaM
Mnlkey as she is most and 'best
known, and mother of William P.
Mulkey of Mehama, passed away
in Portland .. Monday,; at the
home t of . her daughter , Bertha,
where , she has made her, home
for the past several years.
I' Mrs Mulkey Is a pioneer resi
dent of. this vicinity and for many
years previous to moving to Port
land lived in Mehama. , Funeral
services -for the deceased, was
held . at the1 Presbyterian church
in Mehama Wednesday morning
at 10 o'clock, and burial " beside
her hutband in Fox Valley eem
etery, " , "; -. ,'
LYONS, Feb. 18 Perry Bres
sler, a long time resident of this
community celebrated his 83 rd
birthday Sunday, Tebruary 15,
by entertaining his children and
grandchildren and families.
... Mr. Bressler lives on his small
acreage, east of townand cares
for his garden and berties, also
being able to ralk to town Quite
You will enjoy
Swift & CJompa
1931 Year Book
because the story of
t5wift & Company's activities for the year
1930 is of absorbing interest- to every man
and wonian. . ' " --'yrrl ' "''.T
It tells how a solidly organized concern,
dealing mainly in perishable foodstuff s,was
able to come tlirough a year of general dqprea
tion, and earn divitodi for its shareholders.
It shows that Swift & Company's profits
come chiefly from savings and ,the elim
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: It tells why a food monopoly by any
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There are chapters on the Consent
Decree and its modification; on Swift's
service to the small retailer; on the incessant
competition in the packing biosiness; on Swift
. JS Company's marvelous distributive sys
tem and many other important subjects.
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-Tolger - Hoirless, Danish , aviator,
is preparing: for a, non-stop
flight from Old Orchard, Ue to.
Copenhagen, Denmark. Ee plans
to use a Bellanca .cabin mono
plane and will be accompanied by'
Otto Hillig, of Liberty, N. Y, who ,
Is backint; the flight. ' .
often, a distance, of two miles.
He was janitor .for .the Fox Val
ley school for a number of terms
until a few years ago.- Mr, Brea
sler's home is kept very, neat, he
is a . housekeeper, cook and but
ter maker, second" lo nonei . He
has a wide circle, of friends and
acquaintances, ; who are glad to
know he. is enjoying quite good
health .despite the many, mile
stones he has to his credit. ,s '
Present to. enjoy, the birthday
gathering - were ; Mr. and , Mrs,
Fred Hester of Salem,-. Mrs. Cora
Barrett -of Stayton,- Mr. and Mrs.
Clyde Bressler' Mr. Newton '''Al
len, Mr.- and. Mrs.. Earl Allen, Mr.
and -Mrs. John Worden and baby,
all of Lyons; and a number of
friends of the families and Hr.
Bressler.-- . -; - ; -
IN SAN FRANCISCO
' SILVERTON, Feb 18 CHf
ton Dlckerson left for San Fran
cisco Monday where he will spend
a week visiting his father, M.
Dlckerson who went to San Fran
cisco last autumn to be under the
care of a specialist. Mr. Dicker
son has been 111 for Quite some
time. - His daughter. Helen,- is
with him in the south, i Clifton
Dlckerson expects to return to Sil
erton Monday. 1 - ,
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. HUBBARD, Feb. 1 8 Mrs.
Waldo F. Brown, leader of the
4-H sewing club of Hnbbard. at
tended a meeting of the 4-H club
leaders' assodauon at Oregon
City Saturday, - - . - - - - -
Mrs.' Brown Is the chairman of
the committee of five from Mar
lon county, appointed to plan an
organisation- of the 4-H club
leaders of the county. The. com
mittee will . .; meet In Woodburn
Thursday evening to discuss the
: Much efficients work Is : being
accomplished by the counties In,
which the 4-H club leaders have
organized, havintr regular meet
ings at which problems - relating
to the work is discussed.
At Clbverdale :
, Prove Enjoyable
frrxnrKTiriaLw Fb is The
girls of .the , Illihee . community
held a very enjoyable party at the
home of Mr.' and Mrs, C. Lehman
Friday, evening, . ' Intereeung
ramea were ' nlaved : and Valen
tines were, v exchanged. ; One of
the . enjoyable ; features : of the
evening. was a taffy pull. . Those
nraaant were" Ida Feller. '.Rath
Morris, Brooksle and : Jeanette
Barnes, Virginia Drager, Marian
Smith, Helen Dumbeck, Eva and
VernlU McCormick. Miss Grif
fith, Mrs.- Griffith, Mrs. Thorp,
Emily and Lucille Lehman and
Mrs. Lehman. ..
; The Illihee school observed
Arbor dar at their school Friday
by cleaning the yard and planUng
snruDs and nowers. . vaieniine s
day v was also observed by ex-
enanging - valentines ana aiier-
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; Unusual Features of this
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ALLOWANCE a a
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condition Gas-Coal Oil or Wood.
' . $100 Down -One Year to Pay. .
See All the New Models at Our Store
warda Miss Dumbeck: treated the
children to candy, . : :
NO 6EIIVICB HELD
SILVERTON. Feb. Is No
services were held at the Chris
tian church here Sunday evening.
The day was the 25th wedding an
niversary of the Rev. and tire. W.
n TJrinritone. At it was Mrs.
Livingstone's turn to conduct ser
vices at their poruanii enarge, me
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Eilverton congregation excused
Rev. Mr. Livingstone so that he
could be with , Mrs. Livingstone
for the evening.
SCOTTS MIls, Feh. It The
high school club held- their sec
ond -dance in Myers hall Satur
day evening, n good crowd . at-
pn11nr Innrh vii served aC
midnight. These dances -are giv
en every two weeks. ;
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FIVE million modem mothers vill
tell you that children DO; cry for
Fletcher a Castoruu For mothers, always
give a few drops of this pure vegetable
preparation when a child has any ! of
the symptoms that tell of sluggish
bowels, colic, or other upsets. When tiny
"tongues aire coated and breath is bad.
When a child is restless ; irritable. Always
soothing' and comforting to an infant-j-yet
it Is effective for children in their
teens. You never nave to coax children
to take Castoria; they love its taste.
: Be ready for the - next case of sour
stomach, constipation, or other need for
Castoria!.--' : '; . ', ' . I:
. When buying look for. the signature
of Chas. H. Fletcher on wrapper, j
Jfte Ink-Orawer SnOmr red
out the full length ef the
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finger ImtaoHy twi
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fcedylne oil th fomowt Unt
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prk4 during this tola
One of our j
models is being
shown at the '
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