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fheOEGON STATESMAN.' Sa!eu Orr-ron. Wednesday Blondn? April 25. 1935
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CDOXB DRUDGEHY 1 conducts cooking course f ISGHaOLlBUDKET flT I
.15 IK OF
CONDUCTS COOKING COURSE
Tedious ' Processes Dodged
By :. Using Products of.
r -;Canners,f Packers :;.
Cookery, for tbe modern boase
wife. ii not tbe drudgery that It
used to be tor her mother. By
using the product of tbe canners,
the packers and others who otter
delicacies for tbe table. .she
escapes the tedious processes of
.food preparation, feeds her fam
lly well-balanced meals and sits
to dinner without Dewr 100
tired to en Joy it.
; Whlppina: and, beating, which
used to consume' a lot of time and
enerrv.:.bave been reduced to
minimum, as will be demonstrat
ed by Mrs. Marian Spencer at the
cooking school opening today un
der the auspices of the Safeway
Stores bomemakers' bureau., Thin
boon to housewives has been ac
complished br recent lmprov
ments in shortening which make
It nosslble t6 sare much of the- ef
fort formerly required to mix
flour or sugar into shortening, and
thus materially lighten household
tasks. During the local sessions 01
'the cooking school, Mrs. Speneer
will use Former, the recently per
fected blended shortening made
h Swift & Co.
' Because they hare found Jt to
h fast creaming pure, tasteless
and odorless, many famous cooks
such as Prudence Penny, Mildred
Kitchen and Maude D. Evans, and
chefs at' leading hotels. Including
Meter of the Mark Hopkins, Gre-
gario of Victor Hugo's and Eblers
of the Roosevelt, are recommena
Ins this new product. : x;
, To be entirely satisfactory. Mrs.
- Snencer nolnts out. a shortening
must stand high deep-frying tem
peratures without smoking, make
fluffy, light cakes and. flaky,
crunchy pie crusts, and keep In
definitely without refrigeration.
Hayesvilie -Mrs, Joe Teal was
hostess to the Hayesvilie Wom
an's club at the home of Mrs.
Clark Ritchey on Thursday after
noon. Members exchanged flow
ers. i Members present were, Mrs.
Robin Day. Mrs. Clark -Ritchey,
Mrs. A. Stettler, Mrs. Rovilla Mc
Afee, Miss Ida Denny, Mrs. , Roy
Batdorf. Mrs. Charles Andresen,
Mrs. David Greig. Mrs. Brilla Hal-
bert. Mrs. Wells, Mrs. Barium,
Mrs. Frank Marshall. Mrs. Earl
BedwelL Mrs. C. Talmadge, Mrs.
Elitabeth Siddell, Mrs. Dave Jan
sen. Mrs. E. L. Moore, Mrs. Joe
Teal, . Mrs. E, M. Bailey, Mrs.
JUonard Greig. Mrs. W. McMelle
en. Mrs. Collins , and ' Mrs.i Six.
Guests were Miss Six, Miss Dra-
ger and Mrs. Barnes. - '
.West Salem The third birth
day anniversary of little Wayne
Bradford was the inspiration for
pleasant gathering of relatives
at the Bradford home Sunday
where a fine birthday, dinner was
served -at the noon hour.' A beau
tiful lighted : birthday cake cen
tered the attractive dinner table
where covert were laid for Mr.
and Mrs. J. I. Miller, Mr. and Mrs.
I. E. Bradford, Mr. and Mrs. P. L.
Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Darrel T.
Bradford, Robert MillerMiss
Hallie Kimple, Wayne Bradford
and Donald and Robert Clark.
Rickey - Lieutenant and Mrs
Herbert -, de Bois . Lewis." and
daughter, -. Marie Louise, of the
Hawaiian ; Islands are 'visiting
Mrs. Lewis', parents, Mr.'and
Mrs. C. Lanke.
: ,:..: m- e ' .
, . Roberts Mrs.' N. C ; Kegel,
Mrs. WUliam Meir and Mrs. B. D.
Fldler were joint hostesses to the
women of the G. T. club with a
one o'clock luncheon Thursday at
; the Kugel home in Salem.
- In a contest, the prize went to
Mrs. John Orsborn.
Mrs. Marian Spencer of Seattle, who Is here to Start cooking school
at armory this afternoon. '
Mrs. Emmeit Dickson Hostess;
Hawaiian Visitors at Lanke Home
Wedding Anniversaries Celebrated With
V Attractive Dinner Party
West Salem A delightful!
surprise party was tendered Mrs.!
Emmett A. Dickson at her home
one evening .recently. Those com
plimenting this popular matron
included Mr. and Mrs. W. G.
Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Phil
lips, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Hatna-
way, Mr. and Mrs. George L.a
throp, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Rier
sen, Mr. and, Mrs. Arthur Hath
away, Mr. and Mrs. Kmmeii a.
Dickson, Merle Phillips, Thelma
and Carl Wurm, Marjorie, Wan
da and Delores Hathaway, Ken
neth and Wayne Lathrop, Esta
lyne and Joe Rierson, Shirley,
Bonnie and Bobby Dickson.
Central Howell The ' wed-dlna-
anniversaries of Mr. and
vn Karl Krehblel, Mr. and Mrs.
Vnrann Van Cleave and-Mr. ana
Mrs. . Clarence Simmons ' were
hnnorM Sunday with a dinner at
which Mr. and Mrs. Simmons en
tartalned. Covers' were placed for
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Krehbiel, Dor-
nthv and Norman. Mr. and Mrs
Vernon Van Cleave, Edris and
Merle : Mr. and Mrs. Fred Krug
nt Lvler Dorothy Stlrber: Ruth,
Max, Clarence, Bobby and Phill
Simmons and Mr. and Mrs. Clar
. . "
Shaw The Waldo Hills Worn
en's club met Thursday afternoon
at the home of Mrs. Byron Wells.
There were six members and four
The afternoon waspent In nee-
Ala work and social conversation,
lt In the afternoon Mrs. weus.
served s dellghtfal lunch to Mrs.
John Amort. Mrs. Edmond Goffin,
Mrs. Charles McAllister; Mrs.
Trancis Nusome. and the hostess.
Mrs. Wells.- Special guests Includ
ed Mrs. Steamer. Mrs. Alice Ma
loner. Mrs. Frank Goodln, and
Mrs. Elton ' Brownell. They ad
loomed to meet In two weeks
with Mrs. Cummings of Salem.
' Macleay Mrs. Harry Phillips
was hostess Tuesday to the Jolly
Time Quilting club of Salem,
Scotta Mills Mr. and Mrs. Eu
gene Chick entertained at dinner
Sunday for her children, the first
time they have ell been together
for 20 years. They were: Mr. and
Mrs. A. F. Long and family of
Tillamook; Mrs. C. W. Cave and
two children of Salem: Mr. and
Mrs. D. C. Walton and son of Al
bany Howard Walton of River
Word has been received here
of the birth of daughter to Mr.
and Mrs. George Kercher in Chi
cago April 13. Mrs. Kireher was
Miss Olive Merry before her mar
riage. The little miss has been
Talbot Mrs. Frank Brown
and Mrs. A. E. Cole were Joint
hostesses Saturday - afternoon
where they gave a shower in
honor of Mrs. Myron Baker,
Program numbers were . giv
en by Mrs. Fred Jorgenson. Phyl
lis Cole, Mrs- Calavan, Virginia
Belknap, and Kreta Calavan. Ia
a guessing contest, Mrs. Frieman
won first. Mrs. Fred Wintermaj-
tel and Mrs. Lloyd Marlote were
joint hostesses Thursday night at
the' letter's home with a card
party. Four tables of "500" were
in play. .. . , ,
Sllverton. Delegates chosen to
represent the Tryphena Rebekah
lodge at the Rebekah state con
vention to be held at Pendleton
In May are Mrs. Edlon-Mulkey
Mrs. Maybelle Gay, Miss Ora Lar
son; alternates, Mrs. Faye Ren-
wick, Mrs. Ruth Kotteck and Mrs.
Zelma Dale. .
The Ladles Aid of the Women'
Relief Corps. will meet for a spe
cial quilting meeting Thursday at
tbe Fairgrounds. A potluek din
ner will be served at noon.
Mrs. Mary Watson had as her
weekend guests. Mrs. Evelyn Stl-
drnger. Miss Millicent Stldinger,
and Mrs. Long of Tillamook.
DALLAS BACKED If
AIT Comment . is ; Favorable
At Public Meeting; -no
.m Slashes -Suggested v
DALLAS, April 2S Represen
tatives of every class la this com
munity accorded unanimous sup
port to the local school board and
its proposed budget for 1133-14
at a public meeting held Monday
night in the high school .- audi
torium. -" - k - . . .
Oscar Hayter, presiding.- told ot
the general aad financial situa
tion exlstiag In the school district.
The district is on a warrant basis
as the proposed budget for 111 J-
33 was defeated at tbe polls on
two .occasions. ... r
and ethers 1 present that he was
backing. them up In the matter of
the budget. : Charles McCane, Sr
said he favored taxes to support
the . schools , and that he woald
beck the board on Its proposed
J. R. Sibley Insisted that tne
schools should be maintained. He
also - voiced confidence ia tho
board and Its plans for economi
cal o Deration and stated he was
opposed to further salary .reduc
tions. . :- -:T ' ,
.Rev. James Aiken Smith said
he did not believe It was possible
to secure efficient teachers If sal
aries were reduced further, and
exuressed oninion that unallfica
tions of the present teaching staff
Oscar Hayter pointed out tnat
the salary cuts already effected
ranged from IS 5-3 to 8 per cent,
and that per capita cost of the
local school district was lower
than In any ot the 21 first elasa
school districts of Oregon, accord
ins to the Oregon Voter.
Eugene Hayter ot the chamber
of commerce budget, committee.
said the committee had gone into
the matter of tbe school budget
and had been completely baffled
when it came to selecting some
Item tor elimination. August Ris-
ser, also of tbe chamber of com
merce committee, Informed the
meeting that the chamber was
solidly behind the budget.
Mrs. Ora Cosper, rormer mem
ber of the school board and for
mer teacher, said ahe often won
dered why so many people select
ed the educational system as a
target for reduction of taxes.
Mrs. A. W. Palmer voiced a
question which was bothering a
large part ot the crowd present
when she asked the chairman if.
in the event ot the proposed bud
get being defeated, the schools
would close. -When answered in
the affirmative ahe said such
situation would be a calamity.
R. R. Turner, city school super-
DDIS WIST 1,
,' fContlQiMd fron'sas 1) '
this Is the list-which appears en
the first day's recipe sheeti.-. - . .
Hot Water Pastry " -
Maple Crumb Pie 0 - . ' ;;:
Meringue for Pastry J
Standard Biscuit Recipe -'
Cherry and Almond Tea Ring .
Broiler Pan Meal
Potato Cheese Dreams
Drip Coffee ' -
Golden Sauce i
Creamed Ham . j
American Chop Suey.
Salm housewives remembering
Cer-ria Coleman, 2X-year-eld Olym
pie champion, whose latest and
greatest uti was nut uw un
of matrimony when ahe wed Soof
GQson. salesman of Jackson. Mich
ecreUy at rort Lauderdale, J la.
The famous mermaid. In announc
ing hex marriage, said she plans to
abandon swimming and diving to
devote herself to the job of bxing
plain Mrs. Gilson.
intendenC when called upon said
he hesitated to speak because he
was personally interested. . He
stated In his talk that tbe Dallas
schools were recognized as doing
work equal to any In the state.
The present eorps of teachers Is
one short of tbe quota as one
teacher hlredVfailed to report.
The staff agreed to team np and
do the work ot the missing teach
er. Enrollment In the local high
school has Increased over 100 per
cent since the time Mr. Turner
took charge IS years ago. At pres
ent there is one teacher to every
25 pupils which is just bordering
on the line allowed accredited institutions.
Mr. Turner stated that he had
been led to believe that the elim
ination of some departments of
the schools had been suggested by
groups ot citisens hut that, as far
as he could see, none ot these
people were present te suggest
aay changes. -
The total amount of the bond
ed Indebtedness of this school dis
trict is placed at 344.000.00 and
the proposed budget for the
school year 1133-34 calls for a
total levy ot 113,193.00.
Perrydale. The Good Will club
met Friday afternoon. It was hob
by day, each woman displaying
some article that is a hobby witn
Lunch was served by Mrs- Fay
Morrison to Mrs. Frank Mahood,
Mrs. J. J. Roberts, Mrs. William
Stapleton. Mattie and Doris Mo
Kee, Mrs. H. A. Lee, Mrs. E- C.
Stults, Mrs. D. L. Keyt, Mrs. Vir
gil Scott, Mrs. John Zylstra, Mrs
Wyatt, Mrs. J. E. Houk, Mrs. H.
Roberts, Mrs. Clora McKee, Mrs.
H. J. Elliott, Mrs. Mayme Yoakum,-
Mrs. T. Boersma Mrs. Carl
Bruinsma and Mrs. Henry Gilliam.
Mrs. E. T. Pleree entertained at
her home with luncheon and
cards Tuesday afternoon compli
menting members of her bridge
club. Mrs. H. K. Stockwell was an
additional guest tor the afternoon.
Women ot Salem will enjoy a
flag tournament Friday. A' no
host luncheon will be served at
noon. Reservations will be made
with Mrs. Fred Tlner at telephone
WORLDS FI PARTY
T. M. C. A. Secretary C
Kells received a letter yesterday
from H. C Rlchter, boys' secre
tary ot the Portland T, stating
Lthat a boys' group is being or
ganised In that city to attend the
world'a fair at Chicago this sum
mer and requesting the names ot
a few boys from Salem who might
be Interested in Joining the party.
L. P. Putnam, director of ac
tivities tit the First Presbyterian
church of Portland, will be the
leader fn charge. ' Putnam was
Y. M. C A. secretary in Chicago
for several years.
The letter stated that the es
timated cost of the trip including
all necessary, expenses to aad
from : Chieaxo and a week's stay
v there would be 3115 per boy.
"Wholesome Milk Makes Wholesome Foods"
Mrs. Marian Spencer
. ' Chooses -
Hazel Dell Milk and Cream
- FOR DEMONSTRATIONS .
, AT THE COOKING SCHOOL
"let Wholesome mi Pare
Owing to the oncoming warm weather Hazel Dell Dairy Re-,
tall delivery has been changed to evening. -The trucks will
leave the dairy at. 4 P. M., giving an opportunity to complete
the servicing of all customers beiore mianigai. we nave iounu
this service is the best and most satisfactory during the sum
' mer months. Service Is not only our motto, hut our business. ;
Hasel Dell Dairy Grade A. Pasteurised milk is pro
duced by qualified dairy farmers in the vicinity of
the World famous Champion Jerseys near Indepen
dence, Oregon. This milk is delivered to our plant by
' , vt- eight each morning ana Is pasteurised and delivered
fresh and sweet each day, and tor that reason we
claim to have superior quality and flavor. -
Our pasteurization equipment Is the most modern is-the City'
of Salem. It Is lined with SuperaBoy metal of Stainless Steel
E thereby enabling us to retail all of the essential Vitamin D.
and the natural color and flavor unexcelled In Salem.
- 'We earnestly solicit your patronage and would ap
preciate an opportunity to leave a sample ot our
, olik so that' yon can compare It with the milk you ' ;
are now getting and wish to thank you In advance
tor the above favor. . -
; .." . Sclera's Own Dairy . .
- 1230 State Street Dial 6922
... this shortening with every advantage!
At last a shortening that does every; job well. Formay! So different,
so much better in eight important ways that professional cooks by
dozens and housewives by thousands are changing to It. 'Try it your
". grocer will refund purchase price if you're not delighted.
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FASTEST creaming of all- - ;
Makes LIGHTER cakes, FLUFFIER biscuits
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Stands HIGHER decp-fiving temperatures
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FLAKIER crusts trom springier dough
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6m ' TASTELESS, odorless crea when melted
the fine ' school which - was pre
seated last year, are aatlcipatlng
a similar school this year. At
tendance promisee to be larger
than last year. Mrs. 8pencer. the
economist in charge, lives In Seattle.-
- She graduated from the
home economies department of
the University ot Washington and
has bad. a lot ot practical cooking
exnerienee on top of her training.
She has been with the bureau two
years and has become one of their
most popular Instructors. This
year she has appeared la many
cities la Oregon aad Washington.
- The demonstrator will answer
questions trom the audience and
slips will be provided and euerles
may be dropped in the question
box. In addlUoa those attending
are privileged to tarry and eon-
suit with the Instructor en kitch
The. upper peninsula of MlcbU
gan has a population ot only one
person to every JJ. acres.
Sister M. Olivette's
. Pupil Plan Recital-
SILVERTON. April IS SUtc
hf. Olivette, Instructor In mnsler
St. Luke's school will present her
pupils In recital Thursday nigh,
of this week. Those appearing wi 1
include Margaret: DeRyke. EUe i
Lackey, Angela ritske. - Eunice .
Torvend. Angela VlUke, B1U Dc- .
Ryke,. Jeanne Domogalla, Mari
anne McCullougb, Mary DeRykr,
Marilyn . Wearvkkv Helen Lamh.
Leaore Jaeschke, Eunice Wattr. '
SUMMIT HILU Aprfl IS. Ar
thus Bestvater, teacher here, ha1
been elected principal ef tbe Wert
Stayton school for the next year.
" Foer-H club boys won1 rrani'
championship steer awards in alt
regional livestock show ia Texas
during the exhibition season. ;
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"CentT sJictt" and
luscious Crushed .
PLEASURE OF EATING
New food research now shows Canned Pineapple to
have amazing dietetic values. It contributes to health
in so many different ways that authorities advise i
"Eat two slices or a cap of crushed daily"!
.And what a delight it is to eat it daily . . . if the
pineapple is Libby's! In Iibbys Sliced Hawaiian
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flavor, erenest in texture.
While libby's Crushed Hawaiian Pineapple is all
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Yet these wonderful Iibby values cost you no more
than ordinary brands! So it is well worth while to
ask specifically for Why's. Libby, McNeill & Libby,
Honolulu, Hawaii. . - " .
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H cup ioor ' 2 caps crashed
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Ali te piatsppkw cook ovct Lot
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