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The OREGON STATESMAN. Salern, Oreron, Wednesday Morning, April 2S. 1933
Rill OE CUB
PREPARING FOR COOKING SCHOOL
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Confirmation;- Classes of
. Trinity Will Gather in:
: Annual Session ;
. SILVEHTON- April 25 Con
- 1 irmatlon eltiiei ot Trinity
rhurch will hold a reunion 4hs
night ot This, is the fir st
time the group has, held a reun
; Ion. , At the 40th anniversary of
the ehorch'a organization, last
June the numerous confirmants of
the church organized with Miss
Lillie Madsen as president. Miss
; Aithea Marie Meyer as vice prest--,
len t, and. John Gopleradr:Jr as
secretary-treasurer, n 1 -. . .
.The. reunion, will take ' the. na-
' .tore ot a covered, dish supper be
Rinninr at 7:30. . Misst Nettle
Hatteberr , has charge - ot , dining
room . arrangements. Tentatire
plana are to secure- Drr Our'ATia?
: . itelstad, - president, ot Pacific Lu-
. , ther - college, "- as the . ' principal
, speaker. Musical numbers are al
so being arranged for. vSV:
The reunion has been arranged
for the night before lhev district
convention of .the Luther league
s opens at Silverton as . many , lor-;
roer confirmants - of . Trinity
church "may attend the .convention
and will have an opportunity- to
. attend the reupiop at -.the same
j time. .y : - , : r ;
Mills TK HERE
III ST1YII HOIS
STAYTON. April 25 Several
Stay ton families have been on the
- move the past week. The Milton
l'oeman family moved into the
Byron Robertson house opposite
the gym; the Larkinsr family who
- have been living there moved to
the Algie Murphy house on the
West Stayton'road; the Murphy's
moved to a honse. near their saw
mill In Linn- county; - and the
Claude Lewis family will move
back Into their -home 'which has
been - occupied by the Yoemah
"Ralph McCulloch and wife of
Klamath FalU were here the
. first ot the week as guests at the
-. Dr. C. H. Brewer home. Inci-
dently, Mr. McCulloch underwent
v a tonsil operation.
Mrs. O. ' E. Gardner -and Mrs.
Byron Robertson have been spend
ing the -past 10 days with their
sister. Mrs. Jim Thomas at.Sar
. dis, B, C.
- Charles Galloway. -.
, Tax For Grangers
MARION, V April 25 At the
Marlon Farmers Union local Fri-
day night Charles Galloway of the
t state tax commission spoke on the
ftate sales tax.
: The purchasing- .committee of
- which Barley Libby is' chairman
was Instructed to get pool prices
. oa soudan grass seed, salt, fly
spray and brooms. The - Union
4 Women's sewing club will meet
: t Thursday at Mrs. Alma Spauld-
Ingi home to sew for the Carl 01-
son . family.
WASHINGTON.- April 25.
CAP) Beer, electrical energy,
i gasoline and Income taxes provid
ed the chief sources of increase In
the government's revenue collec-
; tlons in March, when all items to
lled I242.4S4.38J, and levies on
commercial products Indicated a
! livening In industry. .- '
.,.. .:: m-m - . I
Ham, Tradition Pal of
Onions to be Planted : on
Land; Growers May Hold
Wage Level v r
Julia Lee Wright, director Safeway Store Homemakers bureau,' dis
cussing the cooking; school program with Marjorle Black, head of
the testing; kitchen. The Salem cooking- school will be given at the
armory Wednesday, Thursday, lYiday, April 20, 27, 28, from two
to four p. Hi. - '
New Wool Orders
Tendency U pward
BOSTON, April 25. (AP)
Wool -prices are showing a con
tinuation of the rising .tendency
begun late last week. Up to SO
scoured basis is being reported on
choice lines of f 4 s and finer strict
ly combing territory wools, - and
choice 12 months Texas wools.
Members of the trade are much
encouraged over the situation as
the result of reports of the goods
market- showing response to
strengthening wool prices. New
orders on goods are reported.
bales; Herman Kuenzi, 42 bales;
Edward Kuenzl, 32 bales; Paul
Stadeli, IS bales; H. O. Jacobs, 17
bales. Selling to L. L. Hughes of
Yakima was Fred Stadeli, 39
Hop Mart Lively
At Silverton Over
SILVERTON. April 25 Bales
of hops numbering J5 5 were sold
at Silverton over ..the. week end,
the price ranging from 27 to
21 cent. They were sold through
the Warehouse Service corporation
here. .. - i, , , ' -
Those selling to McNeff Broth
ers of Portland. were John Morn
ley, 150 bales; George Kuenzl, 57
At Mehama Sponsor
Building of Walks
MEHAMA, April 2& Dr. Allen
assisted " by Miss Linn, county
health nurse, held a clinic for the
Oakdale and Mehama public
schools Monday jnorning.
The women of the Willing
Workers have bought lumber
from the Parry sawmill to build
new sidewalks about town. The
labor will be donated by the men.
Lions to Hear oi
Swim Pool Plans
P. H. Huedepohl ot the Jantzen
Knitting. mills, and Richard Sun
deleaf , architect who designed the
swimming , pool for the Portland
Jantzen resort. " will - be here
Thursday, noon to attend , the
meeting of the Lions club, and to
confer with the Lions relative to
the community swimming pool
which the club Is sponsoring.
LAKE . LABISIIv April ,25. -
Hayes' Labish Farms has' plowed
under a major portion of its pep
permint and will plant the land
to onions this year. The world Is
still overstocked on peppermint
oil, a little of which goes a long,
long way, and the market price
Is down Peppermint oil hit a
very high mark tor a period fol
lowing the world war, and -the In
evitable result was overplanting.
The Hayes company will have
more than 300 acres of large on
ions. this season. - A number of
tracts of , beaverdam have been
rented to Individuals for the grow
ing et sets, which were extremely
scarce last season and hence high-
pncea. Formerly a larxe portion
ot the Hayes -land was. used for
seta, with the remainder In pep
permint, but the trend the past
four years has been to the large
onions. " v
There will be no onion weeding
for three or four weeks yet. For
this a little outside labor Is 're
quired, but very little. Whefjer
uv naig VI t9 KDQ o v CCaU an
hour, which prevailed last season
will hold for this season has not
been decided definitely. Many are
waiting to see how the shift from
the gold standard will affect the
purchasing power of the dollar.
Thus far the 25 and 30-cent stand
ard has been upheld.
Most growers feel that, Inas
much as huge profits were made
in 1931-32 and inasmuch as most
of them broke even or better this
season, wage-cutting would not be
creditable, despite the fact that
there is an abundance of labor to
be had. Most local growers have
maintained that the laborer has a
right to exist and have kept wages
on a better plane than less fortun
ate farm communities.
Session Today to
Do Needed Labors
SILVERTON HILLS. April 25.
The home economics committee
of the Silverton Hills grange is
making plans for an all-day ses
sion at the hall Wednesday. The
women of the community will sew
and quilt, with a potluck lunch
eon at noon.
The men will work the grounds
about the clubhouse and put ont
flowers and shrubs.
MRS. GRACE EBY HERE
-. ORCHARD HEIGHTS, April 25
Mrs. Grace Eby of Missoula,
Mont., Is at. the home of her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Wil
son, having arrived Saturday for
a month's visit with relatives here
and In Marlon. county. Mrs. Eby
will be remembered here as Miss
- MRS. HALL VERY ILL
WACONDA April 25 Mrs. C.
M. Hall Is seriously ill at her
home. A granddaughter', - Telle
Felton, daughter ot Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Felt on, is recovering from
complications of; measles. y"
4a Olvmnle awlmm at IK ffsUV
Flanagan has added still another
fcurel to his imposing wreath by
ilinnin a UWinH anH a half frnn
- tie 400-yard free style world's rec
rd at Coral Gables, Fla. He is
iiown after, he had accomplished
- he feat. Flanagan. was the young-
t mcmbtr mr to win a nfaa am
he American men's Olympic team.
. tnen ne participated m the inter-
. nauonai games last summer.
Ham, the , well-known affinity
pf eggs, may not have deserted Its
early , love, but - It shows . strong
leanings toward canned - pineap
ple! . , .- . . : -:
And as for .lamb . chops, .they
positively will not attend a for
mal dinner "unaccompanied t by
glazed canned pineapple!; t w,
These are-some of the modern
trends in use ot Hawaiian , pine
apple in cookery, . It seems. New,
unusual, and favorite 'methods of
using .. canned pineapple - In . the
daily menu, for every meal in the
day is now being offered to wom
en by Libby,' McNeill: Libby. a
leading canner of Hawaiian pine
apple, - whose product. Is. used- at
the cooking school this ' week v The
various kinds ef.Lifeby. pineapple
in sliced, crushed and; lid-bit form
make - this ' a 'versatile product
that can be used in many differ
ent ways.' Just how versatile the
mild, but succulent' canned .fruit
has become will be shown by the
wide . variety of menu-uses : to
which It can .be put: In its several
forms, sliced,- crushed," lid-bits." It
is ' adaptable ' to -the- Breakfast,
luncheon; and dinner menu.
Pineapple has always been a
prime salad favorite since its In
troduction .in this country some
20 years ago.. As a basis for the
fruit salad. It is familiar to every
American table. Because It lends
beauty and delicacy of color to
the salad, and a mild, sweet rich
ness of flavor, this use has en
deared it to American palates.
Its even wider uses, as accom
paniment for meats, for dessert
and breakfast specialties are not
so widely known.
Beginning with its breakfast-
time .usee, canned pineapple has
three times daily menu-possibili
ties ot irresistible charm. Origin
ated especially for winter-weary.
lagging appetites, the pineapple
breakfast delight is one of the
new canned pineapple uses intro
duced to American tables recent
ly. This canned pineapple special
ty Is simplicity itself in the prep
arationand a toothsome delight
when it reaches the breakfast ta
PINEAPPLE BREAKFAST DE
LIGHT Is prepared with slices ot
Libby's No. 2 V canned pineapple.
Upon each slice shape a dome
SMCslnaet act TWICE!
These pSctnrc Oluatmte th f.
mm Caliunct Double-Actios
Tert. Try it! Fan, easy dirtc
ttnee faaMa every caa. -
ITS SURE TO BE PERFECT YITII CALUMET'S DOUBLE-ACTION!
To get. that fragrant brownness that lovely; even- -grained
texture you need Calumet!
; For Cahsnct acts twice. In" the mixing bowl, Calu
met's first action begins. Then, in the oven, Calumet's
second action gets oa the job, holding the batter high '
M t'ght nt3 ypox loaf Is tenderly baked- JXZ
-: Extrai "Thrifty tai I Only n level-teaspoon '-!
to a cup-of sifted flour. A splendid eccoomy for you V
Jhankt to the perfect elEdency of Calumet's Double- -"
Action! Calumet is product of General Foods,
CALUMET NUT BREAD
3 cups sifted flour -3
Baking Powder .
1 .teaspoon salt .- ; ; -k
'. X cup nut meats, chopped
' 3 tablespoons butter bi
- : other shortening :
1 cup sugar . -.
1 egg, well beaten
1 cups mQk '
BS SURE TO SEX TIES DEMONSTRATIONS OF CALUMET'S
BETTER BAKINQ AT TBS SAFEWAY COOE3NO SCHOOL.'
meat. Bale In a shall battered
pan.- Over this sprinkle . a little
melted a butter, garnished . with
sprigs ot parsley. ' Serve Immedi
: ' Particularly agreeable for the
Lenten luncheon satisfying -and
luscious Is a PINEAPPLE TID
BID TREASURE COVE. Its mild
sweetness will particularly recom
ment It ' as a luneheon dish tor
children: The preparation of this
dish is accomplished simply. -
, PINEAPPLE TREASURE
COVE. Drain the contents from
No.-. X 4 , "can of Libby's pineapple
tid-bits. Reduce liquid to about
one third. -Cut foar red and feur
green maraschino cherries " in
quarters.- Add -,to pineapple and
heat 'all together with vredsced
syruPr-Diah the hot-fruit and sy
rup rnto the middle of a hot sweet
rice ring, and serve at once.
As an : accompaniment .to the
family, dlaner, pineapple can, be
used to glorify. ordinary rice In a
manner quite In keeping with the
sweetly : romantic reputation:- of
the Hawllan Islands which pro-,
duce .pineapple.'. This : inspired
everyday dUh - Is called: ' PINE
APPLE . GOLDEN - ISLE. - Heat
slices ot Libby's No. 2 H pineap
ple in their own syrup.. Remove
slices into a slightly buttered pan,
and cover them with hot steamed!
rice, not too compact. Cut marsh-1
mallows In slices to cover the rice j
and bake In a quick oven until a
golden glase appears! Serve the
baked dish hot.
Slices of pineapple broiled- with
lamb chops, with ham, with ten
derloin are a favored modern
mode In dining. Glazed pineapple
blends so agreeably, so mildly,
and yet distinctively with a vari
ety of meat flavors.
The pineapple dessert has all
of the delicate beauty and flavor
to commend it highly as the top
ping course of dinners, whether
they be formal or Informal, light
or heavy. Pineapple desserts may
be simple, or elaborate as the
taste and time ot the cook dic
tate. Two distinctive new desserts
quite suitable for any dining oc
SLICED PINEAPPLE STROM
BO LI: Drain Libby's sliced pine
apple. For each slice chop up
three large macaroons. Place this
Whip six egg whltas to a -froth
and blend la six level tablespoons
ful of confectioner's sugar, also
the grated peeling of halt a lem
on. Cover the macaroon and pine
apple peak ' with : this mixture.
brown the meringue slowly and
serve. . ..
PINEAPPLE BROWN BETTY:
Place a layer of Libby's pineapple
tld-bits in a buttered baking dish.
Sprinkle with brown sugar, and
cover with bread crumbs and dots
of butter. ' Repeat until dish Is
filled. Bake until top of pudding
is brown. Cool. Serve with 'plain
Tailless sheep are reported . to
have been developed by J. W. Wil
son, i director of South Dakota
State college's experiment station
at Brookings. L .
Athletic Club; is
Planned for Grads
; Mt, Angel School
MT. ANGEL, April 35 At. a
committee meeting called by Rev.
Alcuin Heibel, rector ot Mt. An--gel
. Academy and Normal,- Moa
day night It was decided to or-'
g anise an1 atTcrtf ',elub among
the local v alumni.! A ' meeting
which all alumni ' of lit.- Angel .
Academy and Nortnal are Invited,
to attend; will be-field for. that
purpose Monday, May X, at
All memberT helping to organ-j
lze at this time will-be considered (
charter .' members r and .will be
accorded privileges not extended
to members Joining later.
from two ounces of sausage cake on top of pineapple, peak shaped.
III. - . W 11
$1DU extra) .
This price guaranteed only
to Slay ZU Easy Terms
Its On Display Now The New
TABLE TOP ELECTRIC RANGE
Ws a Hot point
Simplicity! Beauty! Utility!
All of these virtues are combined to a degree
we believe have never before been tai?d in
any kind of a cooking stove ! Do comeJ4 And
let us show you the new table top words
simply cannot do it justice.
Pcpco Electric Gtorc
of the ' '
Portland 'General Electric Company
j&ft flour eoce, measure, add baking powder and salt, and
'sift" together three times. Add nuts. Cream shortening,
add sugar; then add egg, mHV, and flour. Stir only until '
smooth. Bake in greased loaf pan, 9 4 X 3 !nche,m mod
erate oven (350 F0 1 hour and 10 minutes. One cup
raisins may be used instead of auta; ' " '
(AZ measuremenf are leveO L .
THE DOUDLE - ACTING
in the Safeway Stores Homemaktrs' Bureau
OURSE IN IfuDTF
Just be: present at ApmoryWednesday Thursday and Friday
of this week at 2 p. m. and see and hear Hr$.Hkra Spencer
Chief Kitcheneer reveal the newest developements "pf modern
your nearby Safeway 'Store. Attend tomorrow sure! Lv i
lhe items ore used during the Cooking School Sessions and
or. foatuTwd bt our stbros ot otttocUvo lowered prices.
Morton's Plain or Iodized
: - -2--
OjPimji) : BotUe 2Q(3
, T HTtTt- rr :. . Pasteurized
Ubby'aSUced . :
Baking Powder , . .. . . . .
f X fl Ji4m . 1-lb.
Can m UKS
Ginsdr Alb SSjCt
No. 37162 N. Commercial
f v Phone 61C9 :
'r; Nov 65-1JT8 N. Capitol -'
. .- Phone 862ft
. ; Save at the following -;
- i ; Safeway Stores! - 7
: .We reserve the right to limit"
; No; 519270 N. CcnaercUI J
i Phone 931
.! No. 78 1327 State, Phone 1485 ,
; ";. : . iv 1 ' ":: $1.00 Orders deirrered free exceptlngVealurea - - : ;
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Recipes YottU Enoyt" by Jdia Lee Tirizht, Obtainable ct Any Sdetsay Store Dannz.CccUnz School;