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The OREGON STATESMAN,-SalenVi Oregon Friday Bloraing, December 15, 1933
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VFuxid? Baiket is ; ;
Newest Wrinkle in
Givingr for Needy
MEHAMA. Dee. 14 Miss Mary
Mooney lias been confined to bd
sine Sunday night with the flu.
Miss Mooney is the primary teach
er and during her absence Miss
has - beam -teaching bota
rooms. The Brown family of Ly
ons are to move hers toon and
will ocewpy the Annie Stout home.
The "Willing Workers' fare a
doable handkerchief shower Wed
nesday la connection -with I the
weekly quilting day The shower
was In honor ot the Mesdames
Keith Phillips and R a y m o n d
Branch's birthday. .
THE BEST FOR LESS
49 sack J$169
10 pounds - 7c
cakes . 19c
Crown Cake Flour
O lb. sack 39c
M. J. B. Coffee
O pounds 74c
Ht package 19c
d cakes 9c
Cannon Face Cloth FREE
,6 boxes .
The . club is making arrange
ments to est la touch with needy
families to cite Christmas boxes"
to and are starting a ,"ruad rais
ins basket. There Is to-be a bank
In the casket and ar article of
clothing or food and Ja to Je pass
ed from family to family and each
one Is asked to buy the article and
put the money In the bank, then
put another article In and pass it
on. This "fund" Is to be siren
the minister of the churchy
J Today's Menu
By LOUISE BENNETT WEAVER,
TWO CHRISTMAS FTJDDIXGS
(With Their Sauces)
-Some families prefer to hare
fruit paddings for dessert for
Christmas dinner. I hare given
you two recipes. One Is richer than
the other) so yon can take your
choice. The puddings can be made
now and stored in a cool place un
til s erring time when they can be
reheated for 30 minutes In a dou
4 packages... 25c
1 0 pounda .... 1 OC
O packages . 24c
Calumet Balling Powder
pound can .... 2p
CAPLAN'S Cash Grocery
137 South Commercial Street
We Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities
English Plum Padding
1 cups flour
1 teaspoon cinnamon
H teaspoon nutmeg
1 cup sugar
1 cup chopped raisins .
cup chopped currants
cup chopped candied orange
4 cup chopped citron-
cup chopped candled cherries
- 1 cup bread crumbs
S eggs, beaten
1 teaspoon, soda
1 cup chopped beet suet
1 tablespoon lemon juice
1 cup milk -
Mix Ingredients and pour into
two-pound molds, filling half full.
Steam 3 Vt hours. Serve warm.
3 cups confectioner's sugar
2 teaspoons vanilla
Vi teaspoon lemon extract
3 eggs, beaten
Cream butter and sugar. Add
cream and heat in double boiler
until the mixture becomes very
creamy. Stir constantly. Add rest
of ingredients, mix well and serve
If desired a tablespoon of rum
flavoring can be added to sauce.
Steamed Carrot Pudding
(Delicious and inexpensive. )
1 cup grated raw potatoes
1 cup grated raw carrots
1 cup raisins
1 1 teaspoon cinnamon
Vt teaspoon nutmeg
1 teaspoon soda
Mix ingredients and half
greased pudding mold. Cover
tightly and steam 3 hours. Serve
warm, cut in slices.
This pudding can be made dafs
prior to serving and then re
heated for 30 minutes in double
Faye Isaacson is
Slated as President
SCIO, Dec. 14 Announce
ment is made that Mrs. Saidie Orr
Dunbar of Portland, executive se
cretary of the state tuberculosis
association, will be the principal
speaker at the meeting of the lo
cal Parent - Teacher association
Mrs. Carl Connet of Albany,
president of the Linn county
health association, will present a
The nominating committee,
composed of Mrs. Lillian Sims,
Mrs. E. P. Caldwell -nd Mrs. Ho
bart Hoa gland, will present the
SILVERTON, Dec14 A. vota
on. the state grange officers win
be a feature of the Friday night
grange program at Silverton. The
regular grange night falls on De
cember 28, - but because of the
many school programs to be held
that night, the Silverton grange
moved Its meeting forward one
Ray Gill, state mister, will be
the principal speaker. Mr. Gill
will discuss some of the measures
handled at the legislative session.
A children's Christmas party will
also be- featured and a pot luck
THIS IS A DISCOVERY!
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New process for extracting bitter
caffeine uncovers smoother flavor
Kellogg chemists were told: Find a process
that takes the caffeine out of coffee, but
cfoean'f disturb thm deUcato 'flavor oU.
They got a new process And something else
. . . a new, smooth flavor in coffee. Mellow.
Marvelous. Never a trace of bitterness.
Explanation? Caffeine causes the on.
pleasant taste often noticed in coffee.
Remove 97 of the caffeine . . . androu leee
the bitterness, release full Savor.
Drink KefloK's Kaffee-Hag (97 caffdne
fjree) and save your heart, nerves, stomach.
Duty's a pleasure . , , with this marvelouai
Ground or lit the beam v
pacaed. Satisfaction or money returned.
your grocer 's ... or send 15c for trial
Kellogg Co Battle Creek, Mkh.
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i how actual sire, amount of caffeine extracted from l Ok
of coffee by KaBee-Hai pmcees. Caffeine, has a rery hitter taste.
Tie DELICIOUS coffee without caffeine effect
LIBERTY, Dec 14 Votes cast
at Tuesday's local grange meeting
for state grange officers resulted
as follows: master, Ray GUI; lec
turer, Mrs. Daisy Bump; secre
tary, Mrs. Bertha Beck; overseer,
Morton Tompkins; executive com
mittee, Walter M. Pierce, Peter
Zimmerman, and George Palml
ter. Program ot Christmas music
was furnished by Mrs. Henry Mil
lie, Mrs. George Allen, James
Teed, Ralph Scott, Dorothy Beck
ley and accompanist, Mrs. James
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kolsky
were received into Red Hills
grange by demit from Woodburn
VICTOR POINT, Dec. 14 The
December business meeting of
Union Hill grange will be held
Friday night. A Christmas pro
gram Is being arranged by Mrs.
Elsie Tate, for the lecturer's hour.
Supper will be served before and
Christmas candy will be served
after the program.
The grange Home Economics
club met Wednesday at the home
of Mrs. O. W. Humphreys with
Mrs. H. E. Hubbard and Mrs. C.
C. Jones assistant hostesses. Off!
cers for 1854, were elected: Mrs;
Phillip Tlscher, - president; Mrs.
Ida Steinberger, vice president;
Mrs. Belle Heater, secretary and
Mrs. W. F. Krens, treasurer. -
A Christmas program was pre
sided over by Mrs. a C. Morley
and Included vocal duets by Mrs.
W. F. Krens and Mrs. Floyd Fox
and by Mrs. W. M. Tate and Mrs.
C. C. Carter; readings by Mrs.
Verny Scott. Mrs. J. a Krent.
Mrs. Henry Peters and Mrs. C. E.
Morley and group singing of carols.
The next meeting will be Jan
uary 10 at the home ot Mrs. Ver
ny Scott at Union Hill with Mrs.
W. F. Krens and Miss Byron Mc
Elhaney assistant hostesses. Mrs.
H. E. Hubbard and Mrs. O. W.
Humphreys will be program committee.
SILVERTON, Dec. 14 The
Home Economics club of the Sil
verton grange elected the follow
Ing Officers at its meeting Wed
nesday afternoon at its meeting
held at the home of Mrs. A. J.
Lathers: Mrs. Theodore Grace,
president; Mrs. Otto Dahl, vice
president; Mrs; B. H. Brehends,
secretary; Mrs. A. J. . Lathers,
treasurer; Mrs. Emll Loe, press
The group voted to have a card
party in January. The next meet
ing will be held on January 10 at
the home of Mrs. Theodore Ho-
bart with Mrs. Dahl and Mrs. The
odore Lorenxen arranging the
program. A Christmas tree and an
exchange ot gifts were featured at
M ACL EAT, Dec. 14 The
montbly social evening for grange
members and Invited friends will
be held Saturday night.
There will be a literary pro
gram with dancing late In the eve
ning with music by the Hoosier
name of Mrs. Faye Isaacson who
is a daughter ot Henry Miller and
was reared in the Scio region.
Both she and her husband are
ministers, being in charge ot the
Crabtree Christian church.
Mrs. Hauser Will
Of Eastern Star
WOODBURN, Dec. 14. New
officers for the Evergreen chap
ter 41, Order of the Eastern Star,
of Woodburn, were elected Mon
day night at a meeting held in
the Masonic temple: E. W. Gib
bens, worthy patron; Mrs. E. Aline
Beers, associate matron; August
Moedlng, associate patron; Mrs.
Minnie Richards, secretary; Mrs.
Delia Overton, treasurer; Mrs.
Minnie E. Melvin, conductress;
Mrs. Edna B. Lytle, associate con
ductress; Masonic board of trus
tees, Mrs. Martha Rolling.
Mrs. Monnie Hauser, worthy
grand matron, will be Installing
officer for the group when a joint
installation will be held Decem
ber 27 with officers of the Wood
burn lodge No. 106, A. F. & A. M.
The annual chili supper was
held following the election, past
matrons being hostesses.
Harris in Court
Today, Charge of
Investigations which the state
livestock office and the sheriff's
deputies have been making Into
series of cattle shootings and
thefts in the eastern part of the
county resulted In the arrest of
Ben Harris of Silver Creek Falls.
Harris, haled before Judge Hay
den yesterday, took until 10 a. m.
today to enter a plea.
Harris, accused of killing a
heifer belonging to S. P. Math
eny, lr in the county jail in lien
ot furnishing 1750 balL He Is said
to have killed the Matheny cow
when It strayed into Harris gar
SILVERTON, Dec. 14. Miss
Evelyn Umphlette, teacher In the
Silverton schools, is at the Silver
ton hospital suffering from sev
ere cuts received on her wrist
Wednesday night when she tell on
a milk bottle. Mrs. Harold Davis
is substituting tor Miss Um
Mrs. Estora Ricks, home econ
omics teacher in the Silverton
high school, was taken to her
home at Portland Thursday morn
ing suffering from an ear abcess
with mastoid complications. Mrs,
Lee Alfred Is substituting for
Mrs. E. Moore Neave, who has
been ill since Thanksgiving, was
able to leave the hospital the lat
ter part of this week and go to
her home at Junction City to
fully recover. Mlsa Cathaleene
Cuddy is substituting for Mrs.
Calvin Storey, music teacher
In the Silverton schools, was call
ed to Doty, Wash., this week to
attend the funeral of his mother
there. Mrs. Knight is substituting
for Mr. Storey.
To Sign or Veto
All Bills Today
The majority of 8S unsigned
bills passed by the special ses
sion and now in the hands o
Governor Meier will be signed to
day and turned over to the secre
tary of state, it was learned yes
terday at the executive offices
here. The bills must be signed or
vetoed by midnight today. Some
of the measures have already been
marked for veto, It is understood
Governor and Mrs. Meier will
leave this weekend for San Fran
cisco to spend the Christmas hol
WOODBURN; bei.: iiThwe
Is a possibility that Woodburn
high school will for the first time
slues -11 2 have scyearpojak? Mem- f g I v e n by Super"iatenden.t f Dunn
lOSl SUCH. i.DVUI via vt VHl
bers'of the senior class, hart start'
ed agitation for the publication Of
an annual and' assurance has been
It tha necessary ."fifnds art raised;
It is estimated that It . will "cost
3S0. - '
r.2ai?Cieti and GvoGevy
265 N. Liberty PHONE Hill
." WE HAVE A NICE LINE OP
( GIFT Merchandise
VISy COME IN AND LOOK
Zjr THEM OVER
- Grocery Dept. Meat Dept
Just Arrived . Fancy Youri
Fresh Shipment ot ' -
Enslish Toffees Eg &
Sealed Boxes w
SSP Completely. Dressed and
" " Drawn, Medium Weight
' Glace Fruit "
In Fancy Containers
Very Reasonable Prices C I .IL
Always) Acceptable Opring LaiTlO
Sl?an- J 0(3 lh
ow? c uSteaa Oflp Turkeys, Geese,
; Box . . - . ' ,
with Prunes,, Walnuts, etc DUCKS and CapOHS
Prices Effective Friday, Saturday and Monday- Dec, 15, 16 and 18
Fresh Roasted, 2 lbs.
Soft Shell, lb.
Fancy Large, lb.
BRAZILS, Large Washed
Manoas, 2 lbs, ,. , - ',
POPCORN, Fancy White A
Rice or Black Beauty, 3 lbs.JtL
DATES, Golden Hallowi's excel
lent for stuffing with nuts 1A.
2 lbs. le7C
PEEL Citron, Lemon or Orange,
Excellent auahty, lb. j.
PURE LARD or Vegetable
Shortening, 3 lbs.
OLIVE MEATS for sandwiches,
salads, or as a relish, 3-oz. bottle
SUGAR, powdered for Icings
3 lbs. ' :
CAKE FLOUR, Softasfflc or
BAKING POWDER, Royal for
baking success, 12 ozs.
EXTRACT, Schilling Pure VanilU
or Lemon, 2 ozs, ..,.. j
EXTRACT, Hollywood Imitation
Vanilla or Lemon, 2 ozs.
RAISINS, Bonner Choice Thompson
Seedless, 4-lb. bag, limit
OYSTERS, Gulf Kist fancy
5-oz. cans, 3 for
SHRIMP, Gulf Kist or Vak Pak fancy ftrp
5-oz. cans, 2 for . '. sUtJVs
PINEAPPLE Sweet Treat or Del Monte Slic
ed Hawaiian, eight perfect slices in QQ
heavy syrup, 2s, 2 cans . OOL
SYRUP Liberty Bell or Tea Garden KQ-
V2 Gallon Demijohn tin OeC
SPINACH Del Monte Fresh Garden -I r '
Kraut, Libby's OK Soap, Har
2s, 2 cans ... DL mony, 10 hars
COFFEE Economy a good cupping
mild Brazillian coffee, lb
Gold Brer Rab
Wt 2 ....
Columbia Best Coffee
We know the Quality of our coffee so we make the
offer that you try a pound If not satisfactory
return the last half pound and . we will refund
23c 2 ibs 45c
Christmas Candies for
Fancy Hand Made Chocolate - Hand
Dipped - Cream Centers - Real Milk
Chocolate Coatings - Vanilla - Lemon -Maple
- - Straw-
els and Nougats, yniii 100
A Real Buy at 74 ID X l.OSI
CHOCOLATE DROPS )An
2 lbs 6vL
PLAIN MIX nr
2 lbs . ZDC
FRENCH MIX note N OCn
amount of hand work, 2 lbs. ODC
A B GUM DROPS, the kind that
Grandma likes, aaa
2 lbs ZiJC
FRUITS and VEGETABLES
Celery Hearts, fancy ....5c bu.
Lettuce, solid heads 5c ea.
Parsnips ...5 lbs. 10c
Rutabaga . 10 lbs. 18c
Lemons, fancy 19c doz.
Oranges ...i 2 doz. 35c
New Crop Navels, Medium Size
Bananas .....4 lbs. 25c
Grapes .........1........2 bs, 15c
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INDEPENDENT DRUGGISTS r
115 S. Commercial St.
nhat delightful gifts they nake!
Popular Combinations of Fa
cial Preparations, Bath Requis
ites, Soaps and English Lavender.
$1 -25 H A
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fume set The
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SET I .
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created far the
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Soap, Takua, Per
fume and the Pace
wffl be oa thottsaads of Christ
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a oo core 1.50
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lavender MEN'S SET
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lotion and talcum,
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A. gift that every ua
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Rubber Heat Pad .
1 pint Vacuum
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Compact - " ' '
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Sets, 6-pc ' " "
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1-lb. box Chocolate
Comb, Brush nd