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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (March 10, 1933)
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(ngredienti Used la Making
Contest Cakes Interest
2-3 eap milk
4. es yolk
2 teaspoons B
Bak In 2 layeri In mod. ore a.
4 ecs yolks, Juice 2 lamons,
teaapoonfal cornstarch, C table
spoons water, H cup sugar, cra
ted rind of 1 lemon,. Cook in doa
ble boiler till consistency of custard.
Here are a few ot the prize
irlnin recipes In the cake bak
ing 'contest which was conducted
ty The Statesman, General Food
eoapany and Swift and company.
Otker recipes will be published in
next Friday's paper if they can
By MRS. WILLIS MOORE
CHOCOLATE AXGEL FOOD
t eups sugar
1 enp 8wansdown cake flour
H cup (scant) Baker's cocoa
gift all together seTen times
after each has been sifted before
1 cups egg whites
H teaspoon salt
Beat until foamy and then add
1 4 teaspoon cream of tartar and
beat until stiff, but not too stiff.
Add 1 scant tablespoon ' lemon
Juice and fold in the dry ingre
dients a little at a time. Then add
1 tMinoon vanilla.
Use ungreased pan and bake
tor 1 hour at 325. Turn upside
down until stone cold.
Cream 2 cups powdered sugar,
generous piece of butter, and 1
tablespoon cocoa. Moisten with
at onf fp and flavor with vanilla.
Beat well and spread on cake one
(Also Special Formay Prise)
By MRS. KNIGHT PEARCY
t eups light brown sugar
V cup Formay shortening
24 eups cake flour
1 sojuare chocolate or
cup hot water
4 tsp. ' baking powder
1 tsp. salt
Cream shortening and 1 cup su
gar. Beat eggs until light and add
ether cup of sugar and beat again
until smooth. Combine mixtures,
then add chocolate dissolved in
hot water. Add milk and flour
MRS. N. N. SAWYER
1 cup sugar
M cup Formay
2 eups Swansdown flour
By GRACE ROBERTSON
2 cups sugar
1 1-3 eup flour
1 1-3 teaspoon cream of tartar.
1 1-3 tablespoon lemon Juice
1 teaspoon vanilla '
1-3 teaspoon salt
2 cups egg whites
By MRS. H. E. SHADE
Dissolve 7 tablespoons choco
late in 8 tablespoons boiling wa
ter. Beat H cup butter and 1
cups sugar to a cream. Beat the
yolks of 4 eggs and add to but
ter and sugar. Add chocolate and
M cup sweet milk with tea
spoon soda dissolved In It (save
1 tablespoon milk and stir in 1
heaping teaspoon baking powder
Add last) 1 cups flour sifted
three times. 1 teaspoon vanilla,
Beat very thoroughly. Fold In
beaten egg whites. Add milk with
baking powder In it. Bake 1 hour
in a slow oven, or 20 minutes for
i cups powdered sugar, 2
tahiespoons chocolate, 4 tbsp.
menea butter, 2 tbsp. hot coffee.
2 tbsp. cream, tsp. vanilla. Beat
Club Meets Tonirht
SALEM HEIGHTS, March
The community club will hold Its
regular monthly meet in it tha
hall Friday night. After the busi
ness session a good program is
scneouied lor the evening. "The
talent for this entertainment Is
arranged and selected entirely by
the young ueonle of the commun
ity and is in charge of Joe Vogt
ana Willis Caldwell.
FRUITLAND, March S. The
community club will hold its
monthly meeting tonight in the
schoolhouse. A large attendance
Is expected and also what nrom
ises to be an excellent orosrram
by community members. All peo
ple living in adjacent eommuni
ties are especially Invited to at
tend and Join in the fun.
SUNDAY - MONDAY - TUESDAY
O,' 1 i
You can ue yourself dizzy
but yoe won't know tbe troth
tin til you've opened the last door
is the amazing labyrinth of
Fmi ml wfry iWy
LIONEL ATWILL A F T W A T
ei cms rittri i cmv M.uimy
Sat. Nite 11:30
SATURDAY - SUNDAY
TTW ITEATOJ DQEiT
JIM TULLY'S FEARLESS NOVEL
laying bare the shocking truth aboat things yon didn't be
With Pat O'Brien, Hem Kennedy, Berten ChnrchJIL Gloria
Stoart, Tom Brown.
Sto wo "Hot Wonted" rl who wm fak
for a rid' off hvorfadiM along Vanity Streets
Contlnnons Ehew S-ll PAL
Wo print land deliver'
Copies ot the green section today.
Mayor Douglas McKay told
members of the Salem Lions club
Thursday that he was sorry now
that he did not vote for President
Roosevelt. He said that h o
thought Roosevelt would be one
of our outstanding presidents.
Salem will miss the state leg
islators. We're learned to know
and like them.
It takes 14.83 yards of goods to
make a dozen standard men's
shorts. -The promotion brands, or
cheaper ones are made with 11)4
yards of material and the real
cheap ones or the ones known as
the "false bargain" kind are
made with 8 2-3 yards of material.
" The dinner and program gir
en at the armory' Monday night
under the auspices ot Hal Hib
bard camp and auxiliary, Spanish
War Veterans was well attended,
oyer SO people being present.
The dinner served by the wom
en brought collections amounting
to almost $13. .At the program
following the dinner, - Judge
Campbell ot the state supreme
court gave an interesting de
scription of his experiences cross
ing the Pacific during the Spanish
War on his way to the Philip
pines, when the boys of the 2nd
Oregon were loaded on cattle
boats of transports for their trip
to and from the islands.
Judge Deicb, a member of the
present house made a few re
marks pertinent to the occasion.
Miss Lillian Qarnjobst sang two
solos and was accompanied on
the piano by Mrs. S. D. Johnson.
Abie Whitman, with his tap
dance numbers was greatly en-
Joyed, as were also the readings
by Miss Veta Lenon. L. Mickel
on was program chairman.
YOUNG PEOPLE WILL
61 PLAY, BROOKS
BROOKS. March 8 A on mjt
play "Friday Afternoon at a Vil
lage Bcnooi, will oe given oy the
young people of this community
on Friday night at the Brooks
school house, following the reg
ular Business session of the
Brooks Parent Teacher associa
tion. Mrs. Clifford Bishop Is
coaching the play.
The cast of characters is: nro-
fe8Sor. Bob BishOD. Katie. Thl-
ma Reed, Laura, Edna Lesher;
Julia, Gretchen Hogate; John,
Aioert Harris; George, James
Riggi: Charles. Manual Hozate:
Dick, Billy Bishop; Walter, Bill
uornnaarrer; Georgians, Hasel
Nys; Sarah, Bernadlne Wheeler;
Forest. Frank Rleei: Jack. Wil
li Wright; Maria, Donna Bish
op: Jimmy. Leo Reed: riara Tnn
Lesher; Bud, Clifford Bishop; Le-
moyne. Kicnarfl -Hess: via torn
Laverne Catton, as Mrs. Quisen-
oerry, and Elizabeth Clark as
Mrs. ADDlezate. and their vmm?
daughters, Doris Clinton and Bev
erly McCoy, and Rose. Peerr
xonts and Clifford Bishop as meg
There will be piano and guitar
music and som taD dancin? bv
little Doris Clinton, aged four
Mrs. Bruce Jones is seriously
ill In the McMinnville hosnital
with nneumonis. Mrs. Jones has
been in the hospital where she
underwent a serious surgical op
eration about a month ago. She
was recovering nicely when pneu
monla set in.
SALT LAKE CITY, March 3.
(AP) Fourteen of IK persons
charged with participation m
foreclosure sale riot -at the city
and county building here Febru
ary 23, Including M. P. Bales,
communist candidate- for gover
nor of Utah last fall, were held
for trial at the conclusion of a
preliminary hearing in city court
MONDAY & TUESDAY
Sunday 2 to 11 P. M.
Matinee Monday & Tuesday
2 P. M.
Sensational: Seven Stars in
This Mighty Picture
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Originators Of Low Prices
S51 State St.
IPasrmmeimC in (Saolfc
SSE BBI? ffilODgG,
atSttfle anneal VoaH
Doing business on a cash basis enables us
to make this offer. A lazy dollar helps no
one. We take this means of putting it back
in circulation and also to show our ap
preciation to the loyal farmers upon
whom we are dependent for our supply.
STATE INSPECTED MEATS
Don't forget that we are Salem 'a only market handling
State Inspected Meats Exclusively
3 lbs. 25c
AN ECONOMICAL TREAT
Small Club Steaks, ea. c
These steaks are choice cuts and are delicious. lust
the thing for an individual portion.
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Out of consideration to our employees ws doss st 6
p. m. On Saturdays at 7 p. m.
HARRY BL LEVY, Prop.
and wel solve this money "question for you. We're still workin on our own problems
yet of course Not that the money we nave is causin us any worry.
thaU worrin us we're like that you know always thintan or tne oincr ihww.,
especially of his money. IU a good thing we're good at figurin. Now; for inslancelake..
the sales tax, now folks theres an easy one. Takelng last years figuersiand doxn jt L
little extra computin such as on aught's and a figures a figure we find the Stat ciU
all the profits and we still owes em three dollars and thirty-three cents. Oh 'well..;
that a lot better than sending all the money out of the conmiunity to ; Wf
We have a hunch iU a pretty good idea to keep what little money there U left here
in the community. Spend it with local business houses. Let the other cities take cwre
of them selves for awhile. If there was a saving to be made it might be different but
a little figuerin on your part will show the real saving in foods is right here at the
NOT A CHAIN GTORE
& caiiut uuiici
or 4 lbs.
3 Generous Servings to the Carton
3 cartons 25c
Fine Granulated Sugar, 10 lbs.
Jetted Gem Potatoes, 50 lb. sacks .... 35c
Full Pound Cans
Freshly Roasted Coffee
3 Pounds 63C
Jell-O. New improved Jelly 1 A.
Dessert, 3 pkgs. JL3JC
Reg. size Pkg. -
Young tender Beets, packed in small
cans. While stock lasts, 3 cans
Hunt's Supreme Sliced
Don't confuse with Standard grades.
These are the peaches you've always
paid two bits a can for. Friday and Sat
urday we're selling these at a lower
price than Standard sell for
2 for 25c
For No. 2Yz can
5 Pound Cans Amaizo Golden
American Sardines in oil,
Reg. size tins, 5 for
Eagle Brand Milk,
Thompson's Chocolate Malted JO
Milk, pound cans u tOC
Natural Green Asparagus,
No. 2 cans 2 cans
No. 2 cans 2 cans....
Here's a value that is absolutely outstanding in Pure Vegetable Shortening, in as
much as this shortening is made by the makers of Crisco, and is guaranteed by them,
we do not hesitate saying its the Best Value we know of.
We do not guarantee present supply will last all week so buy yours early.
We're guessing you should lay in a supply
of this flour now.
Just a Word About Banned goods
New shipments arriving daily at the lowest price in
history, at least in our history and thats something.