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a flakier crust than usual for this
piece de resistance of your Thanks
A New Salad
Chop 12 stuffed olives and 1 cup
celery. Heat 1 cup water and 1 cup
tomato soup to boiling; add 2 tbls.
vinegar, salt and paprika to taste.
Dissolve In this 1 package lemon
flavored gelatin. When cool . and
slightly thick, stir in celery mixture
and pour in molds to harden. Very
good with "turkey and trimmings."
Mends Broken China
A splendid cement for broken
china may be made by mixing plas
ter of Paris with white of egg until
it Is creamy. Apply as you would
any prepared cement
bit "I wanted to make my tail Ilka
Mrs. Squirrel's, so I tied it up as
Mister Jay Bird told me."
"You know Mister Jay Bird is a
joker," laughed Mrs. Rabbit "Next
time be your own sweet self we
like you better. Now ask the bless
ing." (Write the Editor of this newspaper
and tell him what you want Br'er Rab
bit and his family to do next.)
Our Turkey's Getting Bigger and Better f
Mister Jay Bird was seated on the
By Albert T. Reid
limb of a hickory tree and he sat
'No, it only takes a short while,
down for a few moments to talk to
that is, if you tie your tail tight
enough. But be sure to take the
"Do you know," began Mister Jay
Bird, "I can't see why you haven't a
tail like Mrs. Squlrrrel. With those
lovely ears of yours and a large,
bushy tail, you'd be the handsomest
animal In the forest"
"I really think so myself," replied
"I tell you what you can do," said
the bird. "You take some pawpaw
bark and tie up your tail real tight
You're going to have Thanksgiving
dinner, aren't you?"
"Yes," answered Brer Rabbit
"Well, by the time you are ready
to eat, your tail will be as large and
as bushy as Mrs. Squirrel's."
"It will take longer than that
won't it?" inquired Br'er Rabbit
bark off before you get home.
Br'er Rabbit disappeared and
soon was winding his tail with a
piece of pawpaw bark. He wound
it as tight as he could and then
took a little nap, waking up when
the sun had started down hill.
"Merry me!" exclaimed Br'er Rab
bit when he awoke. "Ill be late for
dinner." He rushed towards his
home and arrived just in time for
the Thanksgiving meal. He took
his place at the head of the table
and was surprised to hear all the
bunnies snickering. "What's the
matter?" he asked, in surprise.
"Look at your tail!" shouted Bus
"Gracious!" exclaimed Br'er Rab
Mother, must I go out to work,
We cannot pay our board bill!
Then hang your clothes on a hick
And you'll get a good job in
"What would you give for a voice
HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOV. 22, 1928.
By Arthur Brisbane
A Record in Politics.
A Statue to Pasteur.
The Eye of the Needle,
Praise for the Movies.
ventor of the sewing machine did
not know how to sew. Had he known
it would not have occurred to him
to put the eye of the sewnig ma
chine needle in the point of the
needle, rather than in the old place,
farthest from the point
That one idea made the sewing
Mussolini, wiser than superficial
critics in America, has only praise
for moving pictures. Quite accu
rately, he classifies them among the
greatest agencies for the education
of mankind. The other two are
moveable type and photography.
The President cast his first vote
in Northhampton, was elected coun
cilman there, long ago, and has
been steadily in office ever since,
nominated nineteen or twenty
times never beaten. A record in
politics as good as Cromwell's in
war. Cromwell never lost a battle.
The old farmers would observe
with pleasure that being President,
with $75,000 a year salary, a White
House and a big yacht have not
spoiled Calvin Coolidge. Next
March he will move from the White
House to Northhampton and re
sume life in a small house which
he rents for $32.50 a month.
Such a man is not dependent on
money. But the President could
have plenty of it More than one
law firm would be glad to guarantee
him three times his Presidential
alary. And he would not have to
work hard. Perhaps the President
chooses to wait awhile, look around,
and possibly take a second elective
term in the White House, eight
years hence. 1
The erection of a fine statue to
the great Frenchman, Pasteur, hon
ors Chicago. Excepting the Lin
coln stntue, none in Chicago is erect-
e to so noble and useful a man.
Dr. Leopold Stieglltz, of New
York, able scientist and brilliant
diagnostician, brother of Professor
Julius Stieglltz, who teaches Chen
lstrv nt Chicago University, says:
"We need a Pasteur to solve the
cancer problem. That task calls
for a man free from preconceived
notions and prejudice; not a man
of medical training, seeking to ex
plain cancer according to old meth
The Ignorant sometimes ask "Of
what real use is science?" Bismarck
tnklnor five billion francs from
Pmnra. after the war of 1870
thnucrht h had reached the limit
Dr. Stieglltz reminds you that the
cash value to France or rasteurB
discoveries far exceeds five billion
franra. tn sav nothinir of his work
against human disease and suffer
What Dr. Stieglltz says of Pas
tour and the cancer problem, en
courages men of no special train
ing. Clear thought and accurate
observation work wonders, ine in
-Talks to Mars?
.UlJTOCASTCfM SJ SJb.
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by Nancy Hart
When planning the table decora
tion for Thanksgiving do not for
get the fall fruits and vegetables
are as decorative as flowers for the
centerpiece and far more expres
sive symbols of Harvest Time.
One of the most beautiful Thanks
giving tables I have ever seen had
for its centerpiece a large flat bowl
of ' amber glass holding a small
pumpkin, a purple egg plant an ear
of corn, a tiny winter squash and
apples, plums, oranges, purple and
wine-red grapes. Tall compots of
amber glass tilled with small fruits
and grapes were placed at either
side of the large bowl. Amber-goblets
and ivory-bodied china in a
colorful pattern were used for ser
Altho the table was planned for
a sophisticated New York home it
seems to me it bears a special mes
sage for all who live far from good
For the Meatless Meal
Creamed carrot and pea soup
Cauliflower au gratin
" Tomato sauce
Luscious Fumpkln Pie .
This time use prepared cake flour
to make your pie crust and con
densed milk where your pumpkin
recipe calls for milk and you will
have a richer, creamier filling and
It was a beautiful Thanksgiving
morning when Er'er Rabbit started
out for a walk before he had the
wonderful dinner which his wife
was preparing for him and the bun
nies. Bye and bye he came to where
Choice of Empire State
Franklin D. Roosevelt, elected Gov
ernor of New York State on a Dem
ocratic ticket, is now being boomed
in certain quarters is a 1932 presid
Ur H. Mansneio rouimuh vi -don
has tried to send a message to a
woman on Man who he says ha.
communicated with him. He uses his
psycho-telepithlc motor-metre and
Choicest vegetables, cranberries, mince
meat, pumpkin, squash, grapes, apples,
nuts, oranges, bananas , canned and
glassed preserves, relishes, pickles
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