Gladewater Daily Mirror (Gladewater, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 295, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 2, 1953 Page: 3 of 6
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ptenty of mimhuri|i*rs and buns on i to butter.
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rich flavor, cup after cup.
pound.. .and nooNiercc________
you tho tamo important savings in extra
OlCi por pound . .. because no
other coffee enjoys the scene masterful
blending of choice coffees renowned for
their unique ftayor-richnses. This
priceless heritage Helenas toMARYLAND
CLUB, and to MARYLAND CLUB alone.
Long the choice of discriminating
restaurateurs, MARYLAND CLUB has now
become the choice of but&et-wtee home-
makers as well. Wherever good coffee m
appreciated, In the restaurant or in
the home the fame of
MARYLAND CLUB Is ever growing.
And Mr. Adkinson
Are Married Here
(ilLMRR Mis Glenda Young*
blood and Harold Doan Adkinson
w#h‘ married muntly.
Tin- Imi'- i tin dm: ah ter of
Mi anti Mrs. W I) Youngblood
of Ht 3. Cilnur, and the bride-
iiroon, is thi1 son of Mr and Mrs.
► N Adkinson, Rf I, Gilmer
Tin wedding took place in the
Assembly of G'ul ^’‘‘errh near
The ceremony wa p< rformed
hv the Rev Earnest Granei Music
wa fur.ii-h« I hv Mis Earnest
Thi i.i ide, given in marriage by
he, father, "'re a white dress
with vhlte limn hot-: She had
a lank carriution corsage.
Mi: Franu Wheeler was maid
of hoM.i ami ,l<u Adkinson. broth-
er of the bridegroom, will best
'I hi • tt< :,-iing thi wedding
from out of tow n weri> Mr and
Mi I.e. I.vonn and children of
Lov incton, N VI . Olcne Sustaire,
Rnv Cartel and Ted Youngblood,
alt of Dallas
Thi- groom i- in the Navy and is
stationed at San Diego, Calif
'HAVE A BIO. BEAUTIFUL TYLSR RONE*—Who could resist
this smiling invitation from pretty Mary Ann Butler, a model for
Texas Rose Festival photographers. The annual floral fete in
Tvlei this year will be October 1-4.
Sti eumlinen w .y to cut perfect
r .i iRoll out meat bo-
waxed iiajM'i and cut patties
w ti ,i nimbi* oi large biscuit
cut’, i St. ■ k and tori* in refri-
uerator until picnic time
'It Tastes Better
I Outdoors/' Say
NEW VORK, July 1 — Whnt’p
more fun than a picnic? "Seven-
1 tcen’f" food editor. Beryl Walter
says "a cook-out" and in the July
issue offers basic rules of outdoor
cookery—including what and how-
to cook—in a special layout en-
titled "It Tastes Better Outdoors "
Miss Walter’s heloful tip’' for
teen-age outdoor chefs include:
. ' 1 > Take n look at your equip-
ment and your budget before de-
ciding on steak, hamburgers, lob-
ster or hot dogs. <3> Don't forget
aluminum foil as an outdoor cook-
ing utensil. '3' Take along long
loaves of French bread to wrap
in foil and heaf over the coals. <4»
Wash salad greens at home and
transport them in refrigerator
lings or the ever-useful foil. '5>
‘♦kip cream-filled cakes and pier
nnn stick to easily transportable
loaf cakes and cookies.
Here is a “Seventeen" recipe
guaranteed to add to your repu-
tation us an outdoor cook.
2 teaspoons tabasco.
2 tablespoons molasses
4 tablespoons prepared mustard.
2 tablespoons vinegar or lemon
2 tablespoons Worcestershire
Add tabasco to molasses and
mustard, blend well. Stir in vine*
Vi.-iting with her parents. Mr.
and Mrs. C L. Shoupe, is Mrs.
Ik tty Fi itagi-rald and her child-
ren, Sue and Jimmy, of Dallas,
also Mi and Mrs. Dick Wailc of
Mr ana Mrs. R. H Kicmnond
entertained with a hamburger
supper on Sutuiduy evening at
6 30 Those attending were Mi
and Mrs. Roland Richmond of
Longview, f*ft- Horace Richmond
gar or lemon juice and Wercester-
-hire sauce. Carry the sauce to
your picnic spot in a jar and use
a swab 'cheesecloth tied on the
end of a long stick) to brush it
over meat or chicken as it grills
' .tunrii'fits K^nsgf,
\ l‘arson Ml and MT* G. C-J
Mr and Mrs S K CsMSB.
Darn, Mary Ann, and Jewell
son of Texas City.
Mr. John Spurrier ie __
t nicely now after being Ul Rl
homo for the pest two weeks. y
Mr and Mrs. Homer
visited with their child!
grandchildren of Dallas •— __
Mr and Mrs Dan Tuttle i
of Commerce visited with
Tuttle's family, Mr. and
T Cole over the week end.
Mr L F Crawford and
O Crews are visiting In the
<-( Mrs G. W Davr* o* “
Mr T. G. Idom u a
FLORAL & GIFT
GUdewater Dally Mirror
Office Ph. 2235 Home Ph 7044
Thursday, July 2. 1953
Mrs. Bob Peery Is Honored With
Pink And Blue Shower Monday
Mr- Bob Peery <•( White Oak
was honored with a pink and blue
shower on Monday evening. June
211, at 7 30 p m in the community
The hostesses were Mrs. Her-
man Mullins, Mrs. T F. Mason.
Mrs Maxine Silvertooth and Mrs
Thro L. Meissner Jr.
The decorations were pink1
crepe myrtle /or the center of the
gift table which was covered with
I n lace cloth over a pink damask
cloth The legistcr table was cov-
ered with a pink and blue cloth
..nd centered with i crystal bowl
of pink rose buds Mr- Meissner
presided at the register, and Mrs
! Mason and Mt Mullins intro-
duced each guest as they arrived
The honor* c was presented with
a corsage made with a lace dolly
and a pink and blue rattle, tier)
with pink and blue satin bows.
Two entertaining games were
played with Mr- Silvertooth in
charge, and the prizes went to
Mr- George Cloud and Mrs. Emil
The gifts were presented to
Mr- IVei\ h> Mi Mullins Mrs.
Peery expressed her thanks for
her many pretty gifts
(\iki - and delicious sand t.irts
md brownie wrr< erved to Mi
liert Pevcy. Mi- Drake. Mrs Loy
K Tuttle. Mrs Jos Tuttle. Mrs
Rov Oliver. Mrs B K Latch, Mrs.
Theo Meissnet Ji Mr- C T Me-
Oinnjs. Mrs H K Bingham. Mrs
Marshall Cline, Mr- T W Lass-
ter, Miss Beth Drummond, Miss
Betty Chappe!, Mr-. Clyde Tuttle.
Mr L F Crawford. Mrs Bob,
Sigmon, Mis. H. C. Hobbs. Mrs
J. A. Gregory. Mrs. G. C. Ott.
Mrs. Jack Havard. Mrs. T. F. Ma-
son, Mrs Jack Blankenship, Mrs.
Maxine Silvertooth, Mrs. Luke
Abbott Jr.. Mrs. B. R Young,
Mrs V. M McKinney. Mrs. How-
ard Morrison. Mrs. George Cloud.
Mrs. Cotton Myles. Mrs. Emil
Hanicak and Mrs. Herman Mul-
Here is a "fresh try Wrap
moistened lettuce in w ixed paper I
to prevent wilting. Chill to oris- :
l*»u Cany lettuci separately and
add to sandwiches at picnic.
*2.00 to S3S.00
’ and ask lor your
traa bos nl rangy
«eran with opa-
nal organ lor
_ klrlhdays wag
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Belk, Jeanne. Gladewater Daily Mirror (Gladewater, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 295, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 2, 1953, newspaper, July 2, 1953; Gladewater, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1008554/m1/3/: accessed March 30, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lee Public Library.