Polk County Enterprise (Livingston, Tex.), Vol. 72, No. 47, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 12, 1954 Page: 4 of 12
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POLK COUNTY HOME
By MARY PESSARRA_
The home demonstration coun-
cil picnic will be held at 10:00
a. m. at the Hornets Nest. All
Club members are urged to at-
tend the picnic. Each dub mem-
ber Is to bring something for the
noon meal. The menu consists
of' fried chicken, salad, bread,
cake or pie. Cold drinks will be
brought out and each person
may buy whatever they choose.
Bring your husband and children
come to the picnic.
Home Demonstration Camp
The home demonstration camp
for 1954 is a successful part of
history. The persons who attend-
ed the camp were Mrs. Glenn
Scott of the Southeast Livingston
Club, Mrs. Clifton Clamon of the
Friendship club, Mrs. B. L. Am-
erine of the Barnes Club, Mrs.
Sam Martin of the Camden Club.
Mrs. Maurine^ Holleman of the
Moscow Club and Mrs. J. D. Shef-
field of the Livingston-Lamont
Club. The crafts taught at camp
were fabric flowers, pine straw
baskets and straw bracelets and
earscrews. If your club did not
have someone attending camp
then you may ask any of the
above women to teach you the
crafts. Council paid the expenses
of five delegates so that the
crafts might be brought back to
the county. Make arrangements
with any of the above to teach
the crafts to your club. They will
not be done by the agent in a
training meeting. It is the re-
sponsibility of each club presi-
dent to contact one of the wom-
en and ask her to teach any of
the crafts to the clubs.
Friday. August 13—Girl Scouts
Monday, August 16—Office.
Tuesday. August 17—Home
Wednesday. August IS—Coun-
Thursday, August' 19 — Home
Recipe of the Week
Nut Sponge Cake
1/2 Lb. shelled nuts tpeanuts,
walnuts, almonds, pecans)
Nuts must be weighed. A cup
measurement will not work.
6 tablespoons all purpose flour
1 teaspoon cream of tartar
114 cups sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
Preheat oven at 375 degrees.
whites until they hold a precise
peak. Sprinkle.flour-nut mixture
over beaten egg yolks, pile beat-
en egg whites over this and gent-
ly mix or fold all ingredients
together, but only enough to dis-
perse all patches of egg white.
Pour batter into pan, leveling.the
top with a rubber spatula. Bake
50 minutes in 375 degree oven
or until cake tester comes out
dry when tested in center of
cake. Invert cake on wire rack
—cool about 1 to 2 hours.
This unusual cake can be
served in many ways. It is de-
licious served as is, or serve with
a scoop of ice cream or whipped
cream on top.
By Mrs. A. Z. Harrell
rTire! Troy Yates and family vis-
ited with her parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Estel Collins last week.
Mrs. Verna Beasely of Cleve-
land visited her sister, Mrs. Sam
Harrell Monday. Mrs. Claude
Sorv returned home with her.
Mr. and Mrs. Moore Platt and
family visited her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. H. Richardson, Sun-
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Walker
and son of Lubbock visited with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. B.
Walker, this week.
Mrs. Hollis Placker and daugh
ter. Pansy, visited with Hollis
Placker in Alexandria. La., Mon-
day and Tuesday.
Guests in the Henry Walker
home over the week end \vere
their children Mr. and Mrs. Bus-
ter Wilkerson and sons of Conroe,
and Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Mc-
Clain and daughters of Channel-
Mrs. Harry Placker apd daugh-
ter have returned home after
spending several weeks in Cor
rigan with her parents.
Mrs. Levon Brassfjeld and sons
of Houston were home Thursday
through Monday with her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McCor-
David Harrell is visiting in
Houston this week.
The children of Mrs. D. C. and
Henry Walker hohored them with
a birthday dinner Sunday at the
home of Mrs. J. J. McCormick-
There were 50 relatives present
for the occasion.
Mrs. A. L. Williams is visiting
V. lenniive skin need not de-
prive you of the luxury of lovely
cosmetics. In MARCEllE COS-
METICS, ingredient* known to
produce irritation or allergic re-
actions are eliminated. The com-
plete MARCELLE line is your treat
to loveliness—Face Powder,
Rouge, lipiiick and Foundation
Lotions ... all so safe, so pure
that physicians recommend
\ * The ftrsTcosmefics to be ACCEPTED by the .
Committee on Cosmetics ofjhe American
'*'Ariou*i Medical Association,-
SAVE As You Buy - • • With BLACK GOLD STAMPS
Shop In Year-Bound Air-Conditioned Comfort
Livingston Drug Co.
The Rexall Store
THE POLK COUNTY ENTERPRISE. LIVINGSTON. TEXAS
Mr. and Mrs. John Russel
Puntch and baby daughter, Mary
Jape, visited relatives in Houston
during the week. _ _
Mrs. Gene Goff entertained re-
cently wi,th a Stanley Party.
About 10 ladies were present and
enjoyed different games and re-
freshments. :_- '
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Tidwell vis-
ited their children in Houston
Violet Robertson of Pasadena
is visiting her cousin, Ina Grace
Fann, for a while.'1
About two out of each five
bonafide land sales in the state
by Dorothy Joan Hendrix.
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Sanders and
children of Baytown visited her
parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hen-
drix over the week end.
John Roberts made a business
trip to Mississippi last week.
Miss Jackie Edwards of Hous-
ton is visiting Miss Olivia Bifr1
Mrs. Doiphus Hendrix^ Linda,
and R. D. visited Mrs. Helen Gay
of Magnolia Hill Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Page of
Houston are on vacation at their
last year involved the Veterans hqme here.
Land Program. i .1 Mr/and Mrs. A. G. Geiger of
Honey Island visited their
daughter. Mrs. I. N. Lambright.
Jr., Sunday. Joyce and Reba Con-
oroe of Honey Island were also
Visitors of their aunt, Mrs. I. N.
Lambright, Jr., last week.
Hester Moye of Beaumont is
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Willie
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Lapfiam
of Leggett visited his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Lapham, over
the vV§ek end.
Mr. and Mrs. W’ilburn Asher
are enjoying a fishing trip to
Dam B. ,
Johnny Williams of Mt. Pleas-
ant visited his parents, Mr. arid
Mrs. Forest Williams, over the
• BOLD SPRINGS
by Mrs. Lynn Hood
Miss Vlabel Cla’ra Marsh" and
Harrold Wayne Sloaq of Houston
were quietly married Saturday
evening at 7:30 in the home of
her pastor, Rev. and Mrs. C. L.
Moore of Leggett, with a few
close* friends and relatives pres-
ent. They will make their home
in Houston where Mr. Sloan is
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Ferrell and
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ferrell of Hous-
ton visited with Mr. and Mrs.
Arch Hood Sunday. Their two
daughters returned home with
THURSDAY. AUGUST 12
them after spending two weeks
here with their aunt.
Mr. and Mrs. Rosco Wainwright
have been on vacation the last
two 'week? spending the greater
part of it with their daughter
and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Jean Peddie. in Franklin.
■ .Mr. and Mrs. Mulligan of Dal-
las were visiting in this com-
Frank Edward Hood attended
the Youth Rally at Woodville
The 28th annual meet/ng of the
[Texas Home Demonstration As-
sociation will be held in Dallas,
August 11-13. Attendance is ex-
pected to reach 1,000.
Line bottom of a 10-inoh tube | her daughter. Mrs. Keller Martin,
pan with waxed paper. Grease j *n Houston this week.
the paper. Grind the nuts in a ! . »---------
food grinder, using medium aihijalii
blade. Sift flour and cream of # I ARMilNA
tartar together and mix with the vfllll I VMM
ground nuts. Separate the eggs. by Mr*. C. B. Stanford
Beat the yolks, add the sugar-----------------------
gradually. This requires about Mrs. Dee Watts is visiting with
15 minutes with electric mixer, relatives in Pasadena for a while.
Add vanilla flavoring. The yolk Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bearden
mixture should be light in color.! visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
thick and very smooth. Beat egg Bearden, in Corrigan over the
Come one I Come all! Came SAVE at WILLIAMS FOODLIN-
ER'S COUNTRY FAIR—a storewide exposition of prize-win-
ning foods for praise-winning meals. It's the big bargain
show of the season. Everf shelf . . . every counter . . . every
case features low. LOW prices to give you super-savings
on the foods you like the best. So come to our COUNTRY
FAIR . . . come prepared to pack your pantry and fill
your freezer with some of the biggest values that ever
stretched a food budget!
SYRUP No. 5 Can 53
SIX DELICIOUS FLAVORS
JELLO -r 3
PKGS. - W I
PORK & BEANS !
TOILET TISSUE 2
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TRY A PINEAPPLE TOPPING
DOLE'S CRUSHED i
> n°- 1 O'
[ CANS M
HONEST INJUN POST'S
FOR YOUB COOKING
LET'S FEED OUR DOGS RIGHT WITH
GLADIOLA WHITE SAKE
With Pound of Flour FREE
IRELAND'S (Just Heat and Eat)
PETER PAN CAKE
C FROSTING 15 j- 35c
SWIFTS SELECT VEAL
^ SWIFTS SELECT VEAL
FOR A DELIGHTFUL DRINK
SWIFTS SELECT VEAL
SWIFT'S SELECT VEAL
RIB CHOP STEAK
Lgo. Pkg. 27(
HUNTS WHOLE KERNEL Utkd
2 NO. 300 CANS
5 LBS. 43*
y 2 Pounds
DIAMOND BRAND WHITE
5 L.S, 33*
53c 2 1% POTATOES
SWIFT'S SELECT VEAL
SIOUX BEE CLOVER
Strained 'or Comb
1-Lb. Jar' JO%
For the Moot Beauti-
ful Greeting Cards
36c Value 15^ *a
One Block West Of Post Office
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Lewis, John W. Polk County Enterprise (Livingston, Tex.), Vol. 72, No. 47, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 12, 1954, newspaper, August 12, 1954; Livingston, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth761863/m1/4/: accessed September 23, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Livingston Municipal Library.