HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, OCT. 24, 1929. PAGE THREE Or f0 am by Aancu hart Who haa not had the disappoint ment of tuning-ln, anticipating a long evening at the radio, only to find "tube trouble" had mysteriously introduced itself? One regrettable feature of the old-style tubes has always been their fragility. If you have ever examined them carefully you have doubtless found the almost invisible wires arranged much like those in an electric light bulb a construc tion so delicate that a very slight jar could cause damage to the tiny elements attached to the two-pillar center brace. Now the screen grid tube made . by one company has met this diffi culty by using a four-pillar tube with the tiny supporting wires an chored at the top by a stiff mica plate. This holds the elements rig idly in place, so that they cannot be distorted by the jolts and Jars of shipment or by necessary handling. Another nice Improvement Is what might be called "two-unit" construction whereby the power plant is mounted on a separate stage from the remaining tubes so that in case of trouble the one unit can be demounted and serviced in dependently of the other. For Sunday Dinner Cream of salsify soup Roast stuffed shoulder of pork Candied sweet potatoes and applets Spanish corn Endive salad Coffee sponge with cream Creamed Corned Beef In two tablespoons of butter soft en a tablespoon minced onion; add two cups white sauce; season with celery salt and paprika, and a tea spoon minced parsley. When per fectly blended, add 1H cups diced cooked corned beef; heat thorough ly and serve with baked potato. Hungarian Soup Boll a large chicken In 3 quarts water; season with salt, sage and pepper; add 1 onion chopped and cooked until tender. Remove chick en, chop It fine, then add to soup with the yolks of 3 well-beaten eggs. When very hot, sprinkle with chop ped parsley. Serve at once. Coffee Sponge Dissolve 2 tbls. lemon-flavored gel atin in V. cup boiling water and add to 2 cups strong black coffee, boil ing hot; then add 2-3 cup sugar. When cool and beginning to thick en, beat with rotary egg beater until quite stiff. Add white of 3 eggs, beaten stiff, orlti cups stiff whip ped cream, and continue beating until mixture will hold its shape. Turn Into mold, chill, thoroughly, remove and serve with thin cream. Washing Wool Sweaters To wash brushed wool garments, make foamy suds of pure soap flakes and lukewarm water. Put garments in and squeeze with the hands, but do not rub or wring. Rinse In several waters, the last slightly soapy. Dry on a folded blanket spread flat on a table, shap ing the garments carefully. Turn when one side Is dry. Longer Life for Brooms Whisks and brooms will last twice as long If first "tempered" by im mersion In soapsuds to toughen the fibre. Dip In suds, rinse well, shake and hang up to dry. Repeat every week or ten days. 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Heppner Planing Mill and Lumber Yard Fhone 1123 ' The Home of Friendly Service IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIII Mm cents Helena Rubinstein n v J! .I Beauty, like wit, to Judges should be shown; Both molt are wanted when they beet are known. Lord Lytton. HOW BEAUTY AIDED THE DIS COVERY OF AMERICA Of course beauty has long been recognized as very Important in the lives of women. But, I feel that it has never been given sufficient cred it In the way of world history. How many of you realize, I wonder, the part that beauty culture played In Columbus' voyage of discovery? Straight through the middle of the fifteenth century, beauty was In Its heydey. The demand for per fumes, cosmetics and beauty aids was tremendous. The home of these drugs was India, considered very far off at that time. Pirates were then dotting high seas, particularly on the route to India, and for many nations it was a precarious matter to pursue the trades. Of course Columbus had no idea of the vast worlds that he was to uncover, but he did want to find a shorter and safer route to India so that the drugs and spices so necessary to human life at that time could be more easily acquired. It is already a part of history that Columbus received very little sym pathy from the men he approached, It should be enlightening that Isa- belle, queen of Spain, was the first to appreciate the desire of this truly great man. Of course, Isabelle may have been Inspired by a desire to bring honor upon the country of which she was queen; but I think we are justified in suspecting that this question of personal beautlflca- tion made her more willing than ever to aid the great adventurer. One has only to conlsder a vol ume whch depicts the life of those days to bear out my statement that beauty was in its heydey. Hours and hours were spent gazing Into the mirror, the while milady ap plied the best beauty aids known at the times. Perfume, because of the great demand for it, became one of the greatest industries of Italy and France. Hair dyes, lip tints, special soaps for the hair and body were part of the dressing table ac cessories of every woman, and some very elegant royal ladles even In dulged in milk baths. Of course, most of my readers al ready know of the famous Ponce de Leon who went in search of the magic fountain which would give See the Autona Circulating Heater BEFORE BUYING Will heat 3 to 4 rooms BALDWIN'S BLUE & YELLOW FRONT Next Door to the Creamery If BEE ,SAY Safety IS ALWAYS THE BEST POLICY Why take a chance, when you can get the best? We Have It, Will Get It, Or It Is Not Made GILLIAM RIFF Yours for service and fair treatment. eternal life. Although our modern age is a very skeptical one, I some times wonder whether even today one could not start a pilgrimage to such a fountain If rumor had It that one existed. OSC Tells How to Make Tough Meat Palatable A great many people apparently do not know that pork means more than just pork chops, and that beef Is not synonymous with sirloin steak. And their ignorance is mis fortune, as anyone will agree who knows that delightful dish "Irish Stew," or some of its almost equally delicious contemporaries, such as Swiss steak and pot roast Of course, these dishes made from the less expensive and usually tougher cuts of meat require more care and Ingenuity to make them attractive, and that Is probably why the people of this hurried nation so often pass them by, says Miss Agnes Kolshorn, assistant professor of foods and nutrition at Oregon State college. There are three factors affecting the tenderness of a cut of meat, according to Miss Kolshorn the animal from which it comes, the part of the animal from which It is cut, ad the way it is cooked. Any good housewife knows that good beef is firm and lean, well mottled or marbled with fat, and that the parts of the animal which receive the most exercise are the toughest But many of them do not know how the tougher cuts can be made ten der. As It is the thick connective tis sue that makes meat tough, this must be either broken up or soften- ed. It is broken up by grinding for meat cakes or meat loaf, or by pounding as for Swiss steak. The most effective way of softening the tissue, Miss Kalshorn finds, is by including a small amount of acid, such as tomato juice, lemon Juice or vinegar, as a part of the liquid used in the cooking. Very slow cooking in moisture also helps to soften the tissue, while high, dry heat toughens it A temperature below the boiling point will bring far better and quicker results than a higher temperature. Homecoming Game Next At Oregon State College Oregon State college is the first of the big state schools to hold its Homecoming celebration this year, the affair being set for next Satur day, October 26. The chief attrac tion for the old frrads and others is, as usual, a big football game which will be between the Vandals of Idaho and the Beavers. This occasion haa for many years been made a sort of "homecoming" for editors of Oregon aa well, and the editor of the Gazette Times has received a special invitation to at tend the game and sit with the other scribes and root aa loud as the rest of the rabid fans. The gathering of editors is managed by tne industrial journalism depart ment and student guides are fur nished for those who care to tour the campus. 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"The Slave of Aladdin' s Lamp migh tmove a palace a thousand miles," said Mr. Berton Braley, the well known author, in a re cent address. "But ... the slaves of Edison's lamp have moved civilization for ward a thousand years." "Where the slave of Aladdin's lamp could keep a horde of gold and jewels before Aladdin's won dering eyes, the slaves of Edi son's lamp have created new wealth beyond the wildest dream of Oriental magnificence." Had electric light alone been the sole result of Edison's inven tions the electrical industry would have justified itself. But it necessitated the invention of a system of generation and dis tribution, laying the foundation of the light and power industry as we know it today. Those inventions "have mov ed civilization forward a thous and years." Pacific Power & Light Co. John Day Valley Freight Line (Incorporated) Operating between Heppner and Portland and John Day Highway Points. DAILY SERVICE Prompt delivery, rates reasonable plus personal and courteous service. $10,000 cargo insurance. CITY GARAGE, Local Agent, Phone 172 Waist Overalls for Men and Youths - - - -Bib Overalls for Men and Boys ? t , For Sale in Heppner by WILSON'S Send the kiddies to shop at MacMarr's for food. They always receive a royal welcome here! Their purchases are just as cheerfully and faithful ly handled as if you had made them yourself. Choices or selections are carefully made, packages are securely done up and the change is safely enclosed and sealed in a coin envelope so that everything is just as satis factory as though an adult had done the buying. SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY BACON Medium Weight Well Streaked POUND 33c Walnuts Fancy Oregon Soft Shelled 3 LBS. 99c MILK Darigold 10 CANS $1.00 APRICOTS - NO. 10 Tins - Can 65c STONE'S SYRUP Qt Cans 49c !2-Gal 89C 1 Gallon 81.59 Cnae & Maple Syrup CHEESE Brookfield 5-LB. 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